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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 December 1879

'No pent up 'Utica contracts our powers' , may bo truly said of ono. of thoSuost- invaluable . priyiaraliou 'of inoderil ::fimcs, Jor its sales aro j not oynlinod to any piu'licular .«miccC, hut extend ovor all the quarters of tho affobo. Ordors are being constantly rocoived from remote sections, and its oxport constitutes ono of the staples of our trado. Circulars and pamfihlets explanatory of its curativo proporties have beon translated into all languages, and thoro is po portion of the world whoro Udolpho Wolfo's Seniedain Aromatic Schnapps is not known. — Adv. » Holloway's Ointment and Pills. — Tho finest romcdios in tho world for bad legs, old wounds, soros, and ulcers, ijl used according to directions givon with thom, thoro is no wound, bad log or ulcorous sore, howovor obstinate or long standing, but will yield to their healing and curative' proporties. Numbers of persons who havo beon pati^ts in savcraljJTfitlio largo hospitals undor thellcai'o of tmiino^t Surgeons, without ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 12.30 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 December 1879

ITelcgragtliiic Intelligence. |rn05t OUR C01UIESP0NDENT.] SYDNEY. . 'Wednesday, 12.30r.it.. In tlio Legislative Assombly last liifclit, a long discussion onsuod on tho motion for adjournment animadverting on the conduct of Mr. Aloxander. Stuart, as Agent-General, in taking a prominent part at a public meeting, hold at St. Mary's Pro-Cathedral, against tlio Education Bill. Some of the members sovcrely castigated Mr. Stuart, whom they ? considered quite as open to ?^ensure as Mr. Forstorhad bcon.— The Secret Bills of Sale Bill passed the third reading. — Mr. Camoron gavo notico of his intention to move, ', whon tho House meets in Jauuarynoxt,. 'Tliatin tho prosont depressed stato ot tlio labour markoty a ud financial oxigeneios of tho colony, all assistod immigration should be absolutely suspended [dur.'ng the j'oar , 1880.' - . ' Tli o various teinperanco sociotios docidcd last night to support Dr. Ronwick in tlio ? prosont election' for East Sydnov, as , their votes could not possib...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Nowra Municipal Council. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 December 1879

Hlowra Municipal Council. Tuesday, December 16. A special mooting of tho abovenamod Council wns hold on Tuesday at 7 p.m. Prosont— tlio Mayor, ? and Aldermen Monaglian,- Groy. and Hyam. Miuutos of prorious meeting .wore road . and ^confirmed. — Tho Mayor re ported tho rocoqit of tho baromotor; .which lie ; had handed ovor to . tho Postmaster, who, had placed it in position for recording; i tiiat , xno worn or clearing unuor-orusn from- Rocroation -. Rosorvo had boon let ? to Somorfiold at- £5 por aero ; that -Aldonnan Elyard had written in explanation of his absence. A report was received from tho Inspoctor of By laws, intimating that Mr. Carl Ibols had coin plained1 that he had suffered groat inconvonionce that day (Tuesday) by boing delayed at the- forty ?tor -three quarters of an hour.'1 Tho report was rocoivcd, and the Clork instructed to write to tho forryimin; asking for. explanation, which, if unsatisliictoiy; will bo communicated to tho Broughton Crook Council. — On .tho app...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Self-Conceit. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 December 1879

®eBf»C®saccie. j Selt?-o6nceit is pre-eminently one of thoso traits of character of which cynics havo been wont to remark that there is no harm iu haviug them ; the harm is in letting it bo found out that you have thom. Somo havo maintained that, although it is unwiso to betray self-conceit, it is yot a point of wisdom to cultivate it. Many close observers of men and manners would go a step further than this, and would contond that not only is a certain amount of self-concoit desirable nnd legitimate, but that a reasonable display, of it is often essential to succoss in life. ' I have observed,' said Lord Hartington on one occasion, 'that the Houso of Commons is very apt to estimate a man a- good deal according to his own value of himself nnd iu tins respect, his lordship added, tho House of Commons was very much like all othor assemblies. He might have 'said, indeed, that it was very much like the world at large. The world is often, bound, to take a man at what he shows to be his o...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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East Sydney Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 December 1879

JCast Sydney Election. . b p.m. - Tho East Sydnoy election resulted as folio wsr Ronwiok,.4G(i8; Tooth, 2744. : Majority-ifor DrT' Ronwiclt, ,1928. . London, Dec. 17.: — Advices from: Cabul state that fiurhting continuoMf around the city. Tho enemy is advancing in great torco. tronoral, Roborts lias summoned Lill tlio availablo,forc:oi from Jellabadad. Generals, Gough and Arbu-., tlinot are marching with re-'ufoicomonts towards. Cabul with all possiblo. spOed.—Beof tallow is quoted at £37 por ton,' and m utton tallow ut £39

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 December 1879

Original Correspondence. [It is to be distinctly understood that wo do' not identify ourselves with tho opinions of correspondents.] /

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Heroism of Sex. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 December 1879

Tlie fiBei'oisui «!' Sex. There is a pleasant fiction about tho ideal woman that invests her with an unreal and intangible presence as ii ;slie were the crea tion oi some higher sphere, borrowed into this mundane* liie ior a transitory,. charmed existence. To this eud.p&ets cliaut hor praise in immortal verso ; sculiitcffs givo: her fame. in lifelike marble; artists^ork their souls into the canvas on which .they recreate hor, and the highest skill of tlie civilised world is evoked in costly laces and tho fabrics that will add to their loveliness. To this is added a mysterious charm of weakness, depend once; us if this beautiful piuk and whito doll were a puppet,- to be moved only at an owner's will, or a dainty keepsake, to bo guarded under a glUss case of xionservativo possessions. The wo&klMjS of woman is a favourite thome i men Vlib are not. thoroughly conscious of^tliSir oflbi stjougth. Tliey turn contemptuously from tlie advico of wife or sister, aud keep all th...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Commercial Intelligence. Sydney, Wednesday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 December 1879

Comines'caaD Intelligence., [BY ELECTIilC -.TELEGl! Al'n.]; . - . ?/. . ; ? ,1 Svdnov, Wedne sday, 5 p.m. . i ?Bost new hay £3 15s to' £4 por ton, old about ! lOs loss, soc'ond-class (now\ £3 to s?3 10s ; oaton | hay is baroly worth 'i'S J Os., oven for tlio best I lots to hand ; inaizo is dull of sale at'.fiom2s 0.; to 2s Od por busliol ; Potatoes, £4. 10s to £o, per. ton ; onions, £8 to £9 10s ; butter shows a ;fur-. thor deelino, and only quotos at from , 3d to 5d por lb ; choose, 5d to 8d ; eggs, Is 3d to ls 4d.per dozOnL bacon, 3d to Gd por lb : pigs (all vo), 2Jd to ;5d:f\bobswax, Od to 8d ; fowls, 3s to 3s ,3d por. pair i'jdueks, 3s to 3s 3d; {jeoso, -7s to 8s; turkeys, 8s to 14s ; sucking pigs, 2s (id to ! 5s oaeli ^ calves, 5s to 20s. ? - - .

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Shoalhaven A. & H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 December 1879

; Shoalliavcn A. & II. Associntioo. A meeting of tlio Cominitteo took placo on Thursday last, tho President (Mr. John Mona ghan) in tho chair. Tho miuutos of last moot ing having boon road and confirmed, tlio Prosi dont moved, and Mr. Hyam socondod, ' That in tho special prize for tho bost pen of fivo head of hoifors, I to 3 years, it bo moro particularly defined, as 'for tho host pen of fivo hoifors, dairy cattlo, 1 and 2 years.' ' Carried.— In tlio spocial prize offered by Mr. Murray for tho host -three saddlos, Mr. Hyam proposed, aud Mr. Lamond-secondod, ' That tlio throo kinds of saddlos for which individual prizos aro pilorod by tho society,'- bo' 'tho three .''kinds '-.for which Mr. Murray's prizo bo offered. Carried.-^-In tho special .prize offered by Mr. Lainond^ it was ordered that tlio word ' gelding' bo added after tho word colt, so as to road, ' 30s for tlio best Rob Roy colt or golding.' — Mr. Laniond pro posed, and Mr. Walkor socondod, 'That £ I bo offerod for ...

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Country Killed Beef. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 December 1879

Country MBlSetS Beef. I A highly satisfactory test has just boon made on the Great Western-Railway line of the capabilitieV of otaew rpftsgerating car fo. the conveyance oftmeat from the country to the metropolis m tT^ound^on^jf ion. The meat was killed o\Monday evening last at Orange, placed on board the air on Tuesday morning, conveyed to Sydnoy, returned to Orange, and again brought back to Sydney, and lodged, yesterday morning, at the office oi the Minister ior Works, whoro it was found to be as sound, Ann, and sweet as it is possible ior meat to be. It had travolled 600 miles, and kept iresh for over 70 hours in the hot weather that prevailed during the oast few davs. The c\r wns sneciallv built to the order oi tho^GoTOrnmeni^ by Messrs Hudson, Bros., oiiEedffern, ajia as it has been found to answer so w,ell'j°(rthers will no doubt be obtained to~nreot\the requirements of the country meat tracrp. The process adopted in the construction of the car is that known as Kennard-Knotts...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 December 1879

1 LQCAIi S.YT KlililWEafC J3.' LS Tekhaba L. O. L. — Monibors of tlio Loyal.' VOraiigo Lndgo of Terrara, Shoalhavon, aro rominded that tho next meeting of tlioir lodge is of an important character, demanding a full attendance of membors. Municipal Elections. — Aldonnan Goorgo Grdy, of Nowra, was ajipoiuted as roturning offieer for tho municipal district of Nowra dur ing the forthcoming elections; and Alderman Robert Leslie has boon appointed to fill a simi lar office for tho municipality of Ntimba. Perilous Adventure.— In tho early part of tho night of Friday last tho inhabitants of tho peaceable villago of North Huskisson, Jorvis Bay, wore excited, if not alarmed, by tho repeated and piercing sounds from a steam whistle out in tho Bay. As the vossel ap proachod it turned out to bo a small stoam launch, tho property of Mr. Geo. Dont, sonr. , of Botany, and its sob occupants woro Mrs. Dont and three hands.! Xhoy started from Sydnoy at 3 a.m., and bncmmlpring a rough passage with thei...

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 December 1879

SboalhavcD WpptiiK Entelligence. ' ARRIVALS. . December 9. — Moeeyan (schr.), from Sydney. „ 1 10.— Hunter (s.), from Sydney. „ 13.— Hunter (s.), from Sydney. „ ig. — Rocket (schooner), fromSydnoy. DEPARTURES. ' December 8.— Illawarra (s.), for Sydney; Promise (ketch), for Sydney; Alex. Berry (s.), for Sydnoy. 11.— Hunter (s.), for Sydnoy. 13.— Our Own (s.), for Sydnoy. ? „ 15.— Hunter (s.), for Sydnoy; Mary Ann (ketch), for Sydney. . EXPORTS. Por Hunter (a.), Captain G. Walker, on tho 11th December, 1879. To Sydnoy: 367 kegs butter, 121 pigs, 115 chooses, 74 bags maize, 34 eases ogg8, 43 bags potatoes, 23 coops poultry, 32 hides, 7 calvos, 8 bags bacon, 5 casks tallow, 3 packages leather, 2 bags oysters, 2 bags bags, 1 bale wool, 1 horse, 1 case cheese, 1 bale _s. «kins, and sundries. To Kiama ; 1 trunk, G76 spokes, 1 8 bags maizo, 1 bag beef. To Wollon eong: 30 bags maizo. Per Huntor (s.), Captain G.Walker, on the' 15th December, 1879. To Sydnoy: 190 bags maize, 25 kogs butter, 14...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 December 1879

SISawurim ft'Hvigad i«0» ConagKiuy. S'i'KA MJC/t'S TIME TABLE. JP It 0 M S 11 0 A L 11 A V EN, Monday, -5 .a.m. Tliiiisduy, 8 a.m., PROM SYDNEY, ? Tncsrtwy «M«1 Pi'May, at 'll i».iu. Ail mealsisupplied ? (luring1 tlio passages of tlio Htcamois frco of chargo. 'Ilio Stoiun Droghers, undor chargo of Captain Buchanan, aro always plying ontliu Shoalhavon llivor in connection with tlio Sydney hteaniors. E. MANNING. English, HtiotttaJi, niul AiiNtruliuii y €Iiiu'(crcil I2nul(. .A BRANCH of tliis Bank is now OPEN at' ?' NOWB A,'' ? ? Shaalhavan,' ? in-xtoinpoiiiry. promises; for tho 'transaction of all usual bank ing business. JOHN DOWLTNG, Mauagoiv Sydnoy, olli Juno, 187S. ? Wauled to- 3-j; Mmowbi. - 'VTT JONES, Collins-stroot, Kiama, has VV ? Horses and Volitates FOR HIRE. ? no is propurod to run botwecu Wollougong and Ulladulla. 11 . : ? ' Also, that ho is a cash purchaser of Hides and skins in any quantity. v D. LI1DSAY BYMOCK, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, JAJIliUltOO. ' ' ? ? W. H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 December 1879

?V pr 'Meeting to be EBeld. No. 70, L.O.L., Terrnra, meots on Friday, the 19th December, at 7.30 p.m. top#, AND SHO A 111 A VEN ' ADVERTISER. Published every Thursday Morning. . THURSDAY. DECEMBER 18, 1879.

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Gardeners' Calendar. DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 December 1879

Gardeners' Calendar. DECEMBER. Kitoiien Garden. — Plant out leeks in drills. ' Celery, too, may be planted ; manuro and water, or hotter, liquid manure, aro necessary. Sow peas and in tho shade dwarf French beans and scarlet runners. A few hours' soaking of seed in water has beon found to assist thoir early germination, and when this is done, water the drills thoroughly, and mulch with litter, to check rapid evaporation. Hoo between all growing crops — it will destroy weeds and prevent the soil cakins. Thin parsnips, onions, carrots, &c. Flower Garden'.— Bulbs not ready last month may gonerally now be takon up ; dry tlio roots as boforo romarked, in the shade, not in'tho sun. Propagate pinks, &c., by cuttings, keep down insects, transplant annuals of all mirts ; do not neglect the use of .the watering pot.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 December 1879

- \ Tub Stan wJio Yonds oi' Iinports.^A^inany do, all imitation ; or countorfeit of. it populai medicinal cordial drunk by thoiiHiiuds, knpwiilg what ho; vonds or imports 'to bo a poi^iiioious urticlo, dbsoryos summary punishniont. Beware I of so-called tonics and dnu-otics rocomiAondod as bottor - than or tlio samo as Udolplio Wolfo's Schiodam Aromatic Schnapps, andf p'urchaso none but tho gonuino preparation.— A/n v. : i Hollo way/s Bills.— Eufooblod Existonco. — This mcdicino biiibracos ovoiy attribute required 111 a gonoral and domestic roinody, it pA®fturns tlio foundations of disease laid'by-dofqctive food ,aiul linpuro air. .In obstructions or conge^ionB of the liver, lungs, bowels, or any othor jjigtins thosoPills aro ospocially serviceable, and ominontly. successful. Thoy should 'bo koptWi roadiiiess in overy family, being a medicino of incomparable utility for yOnhg porsoiis, espociallyHhoso of fooblo 'constitutions. ' Thoy novor cause pain or irritato tho most sonsitivo.h...

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Raising a Treasure Ship. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 December 1879

SXnising a iWnsnrc Ship. I AjfQTllMit attempt is now boing mado to recover the troasuro now suufc at Port Morris in tho British frignto Hussar. Storios of tho oxistonco of liiddon tro.isuros havo always possessed a, strango fascination -for persons of adventurous spirit or sanguino toniperambut. Tho history of tholossof tho British frigato Hussar, in Novem ber, 1780, whilo tho war of tho revolution was in progross, is familiar to' most roadors. The vossel at tho timo of tho-disastor had ontorou Ilarioni 1 Bivor, haiin g matlo fior way through tho Sound and Holl Gato. - Sho had a largo numbor. of TJnitod States troops as prisoners aboard, and thoy woro chained*., to tho gun-dock and-wbnt down with tho vessel. Tho frigato had also on board, according to the official British statomont, an immon|o amount-of English spocio, dostinod to pay th| troops in tho Sold. Nono of tlio monoy wasjthon or sinco roem'bred, as far as can ho ascertained/ and it is [supposed that - tho treasure stfll li...

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Post Cards. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 December 1879

?i.. -Post -Cards..- The -.writer vol' ' Peerybinglo papors' in the Weekly 1'imes, gives tlio following account of the misinterpreted Vote'^r-Tlfo intro duction of tho post-e^'d ^ysto^i wiU nof. bo considered an unmixed bllksiu^g bjj nil the good people of this favoured ct-lon!y. ; Within the past fow days the scribblers 011 post cards havo had to pay the piper for- sonding messages of a libelous nature ; and servo them right, too, I say. AVIiy should a man bo allowed .to - vent his spleen by -sending through tho post a message whicli ho is too much of a coward to deliver -.verbally ?. If you have a row with a fellow, havo it out straight, but not in a sneaking,' underhand .style, by means of post cards. Tho j udge rubbed it; into both the defendants; and popular verdict will be, '. Served. thom glad.' It was only last week Dot handed me a post card, which had beon addressed to me, and arrived during my absenco. The writ ing 011 'that card caused a pretty rumpus in our hitherto happ...

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Hog-Raising. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 December 1879

SIog-Raisiug. The business of hog-raising (says an Ameri can papor) appears to be moving farther westward in proportion as tlie various States ' becomo more settled. During the pagt year, the assessment ' sheet giving tlie number of live stock taxed in Ohio shows li falling off in hogs of 299,762; tlio number being 2,0-11,6*19 in 1879 against 2, 3dl, '111 in 1878. Cattlo show an increase of 61(120, and sheep of 257,557. Tho Kansas ^City ' Prico Current, commenting upon t(iis\ohAnge, says': — This heavy decliito^iaJthB h^g crop in tho largest .hog Stato in- tlieVUAion is fraught with moro than ordinary^: signifi cance. It is unmistakable evidenco\that the States east of tlio Mississippi aro 'finding hog-raising less profitable than farming, aiid 1 aro devoting more attention to other classes j ?of agriculture. Whilo tliero lias beon a 1 heavy falling-off in the hog business in 'tlio States oast of us, Kansas, Nebraska, and Iowa are steadily gaining as hog States, aud it is very appar...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 12.30 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 December 1879

'fclegrapliic Intelligence. I FROM OUll CORRESrONDENX.1 SYDNEY. Wednesday, 12.30 p.m. The Exocutive Council had a lengthy sitting yostordav on case of Scott, Rogan, Bennett, and Williams, tho latter throe of whom wero rccomtriendod to morcy by tho jury. The recommendation was carofully considered, and tho Council in view of tho great importance of tho question, deferred its decision until to-day. — Sinrfeton and Dixon, who woro arraismOd for porsonation at tho lato Sydney election, woro committed for trial. Hoard was discharged. — Alex. Ogilvio, lato defaulting secretary of a co-operative building society, has boon com mitted for trial. — Tho Intercolonial University orickot match between Melbourne and Sydnoy, lias resulted in rather an unexpected victory for Sydnoy by ten rung.

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