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Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. MESSRS FOLEY BROTHERS WEEKLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1893

- Ooameroial ......'? SYDNEY MARKETS. Messrs 3?olby-Bbothebr'Weekw Ekpoht. Butter, dairy 0s fld tb Os 7d per ft „ factory, 0s 8d to 0a 9d per lh Bacon hand-cured, 64 to 7d per ft „ machine-cured, 5d to 6d per ft

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1893

Holw way's Pjxls and Ointment.-— During piercing winds and excessive) variations of temperature every one is more or less liable to internal and external disease. Throats, cheBt, liver, bowels, kidneys, and skin all suffer in some degree, and may be relieved by rubbing in this Ointment, aided by proper doses of the Pills, for administering whioh full direc tions accompany each box ; in truth, any one : who thoroughly masters Holloway's ' instructions' will, in remedying dis ease, exchange the labour of an hour for the profit of a lifetime. All bronchial, pulmonary, and throat disorders require that the Ointment should be thoroughly well rubbed upon the skin twice a day with great regularity, considerable brisk* ness, and much persistence. Tbro at Affections and Hoarseness— —All suffering from irritation of the throat . and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief afforded by the use of ' Brown's Bronchial Troches;'' These famous ' lozenges^. are now sold...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1893

One Box of Clarkb's B 41 Pius is warranted to cure all discharges from tho Urinary Organs, in either sex (acquired or constitutional), Gravel and Pains in the Back. Guaranteed free from Mercury.. Sold in Boxes 4s, Cd. each, by all Chemists nnd Patent Medicine Vendors throughout the World. Proprietors : Tpru Lincoln asd Midland Copntibs Drcq Company, Lincoln., England,

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Many People [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1893

Many People Suffer a martyrdom of headaches and backacho3, due to irregular habits and defective action of the bowels. Such troubles are due to a sluggish liver, which does not secrete sufficient bile to properly evacuate the bowels, and prevents the expulsion ot tno waBte material collected from all parts of the body. Piles, fistulas, abscesses, and inflammation all arise from neglect of these fundamental laws of nature. If mankind will disobey the rules which ensure perfect health, and over-work, over-feed, and over-drink, they must pay ihe penalty. As a remedy and general, regulator of the .system for persons suffering in a hereditary way for their ancestors' neglect or overindul gence, we recommend Dr. Fletcher's Pills, as being the best the world produces, and the safest and most harmless medi cine extant. Sufferers are particularly warned not to use violent and drastic purgatives ; they are particularly,, dan.r gorouB. Dr. Fletcher's Pills are as mild' as a lamb, safe as milk,...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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The Late Shoalhaven Show. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVEN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1893

The Late SfcoalhaTOU Show To TUB EDITOR OP THB SHOALHAVEN NEWS. Sir,— Will you kindly all me space in your valuable columns for a few remarks re the late meeting of the A. and H. ABSociition'sCommittee for the bearing of protests in connection with the late Show. I complained of not being awarded prizes each tot black and red plums with those exhibits, simply because there were 110 other growers in the district exhibiting, and said, ' It was poor encouragement to the produoer.' Thin seems to have tickled the risible feelings of the committee to such an extent that they actually laughed ! It seems to me that they took a very superficial and narrow view of my letter, and a very ungenerous one to me, making out that my sole object was the' securing ot the prize money. Now, those who know me best know very well that my first desire is to secure the ''blue,' the insignia of victory. I care, perhaps, aa little about the prize money as anyone amongst them, and more about the win uing of th...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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See to your Votes. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVEN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1893

See to your Votes. TO THE EDITOR OF THIS SITOALHAVEN NEWS. Sir, — We are on the eve of a groat con stitutional struggle, ono on the iBsue of which will depend much of the future welfare of the country, and in tho course of which every vote will be required to ensure the success of good government and tho beginning of a bettor stnto or industrial and commercial affairs. The National Association has directed atten tion to the nooessity for giving attention to the electoral register, for every duly qualified elector ascertaining that his name is on the roll. There can be - no question of the importance of so doing. The -work should not be left in the hands ' 1 of professional agonts, it must be done by - 1 the electors themselves or with tho aid of independent organizations. It h to the negleot of this precaution, to indifference both in securing and exercising' the' franchise, that wo hive so many incom petent men in parliament. It is praotically the minority, not the majority, which ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mems, for Dairy Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1893

Mems. for Dairy Farmers. A farmers' conference is to be held at Cootamundra in June next. Over 20 new dairy factories are to be established in New Zealand during the winter months. The Australian butter by _the E;M.S. Cusco has arrived in London in excellent condition. Mr. Trengrouse, a leading London provision agent and merchant, says it is unpoflBibld to glut the English market with superior butter. ? Wilson, the Victorian expert, who is in London inquiring into the conditions and prospects of the markets for Australian produce, has made extensive inquiries re the transit of butter. He considers it essential that the temperature in the cool chambers of the steamers should be as low as 25 deg. to 35 dog. He finds 40 deg. gives a warmth that is excessive, und states that buttar will not freeze above 20 deg. He recommends that an automatic ther mometer should be provided in the cool chambers of the vessels in order to act as a check upon the log kept by the engineer. Mr, Wilson is co...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1893

« BEATING'S PflfWDEE' deetrpye ? $P$S, .PjbBAS, MOlHS. BEETLES, tmi all dtbor Ipsectft, whilst /quite harm WM to $-nvasi}c ^jimals. in exterminat jWtT IJeetles tlie sucooss of this powder if pjtraordinary. It ie perfectly .clean ir application. See Hie arricle you purchase f)Tr^KB4Tpi0'S,' as imitations are fpyions ai»d ineffectual. Sold in fins, gd, {?, and2s6d .eacly, hv all chemists. THr BRST KSltEDY FOJ3. iNDIQESTIOK— ? JJpBTop's Camomile Pit,t.n arfl confidently frecotnvneuded a* a Simple Remedy fcr In (Jigestion, -which jb thu cauBe of nearly al fte diseases to yhich we aie subject. pTpBTpn'B Ppu$, jritlh. justice called the ti Natural ijtrengthenei of the Human gtomach,'1 act as s powerful tonic and gentle aperient, are mild in their operation. 0rid^ safe under auy circumstances. Sole In bottles, at Is. Ifd., 2s. 9d., lie., by all jledicine yeadors throughout the world. YiiCABLB DrsOOVEET FOETHB HAIR — Jf Tour hair is turning grey or white, or falling off, use 'The Mexican Ha...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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St. John's Church Nowra. EASTER MEETING, [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1893

St. Join's Cburpli, Nowa, liASTER MEETING. Tlte E.ister i/ifirjting of the Cfcurcll of Enfilswd |i;irisliioners wa? liVJd in tin? School Church, Nowra, on Tqestlny evfininf; lust, the Rpv. E. Wootton, B. A. Xriic«flnli.Mit) prosidii.g. There were prrscnt Messrs. F. W. FliUt. J. T. Hnll, E. G. Wilson the (retiring churcliwardnm), Dr; H. K, King, Dr. J. P. I3r«r.-toji, T. Marriott, -J. H. Nisliptt, P.M., t,. E. Lawford, John GJiinyillfi, jun., T. Gandertpn, G. Gniiddrton, JUark F, Morton, M. Marcu^, E, J/ppniing, W. H. Perry, H. Benpy, J nines Lawrence, S. flarris, and a puniimr of ladies. TI(O meeting opened with prayer, and minutes of previous Easter lueeting vrefe then read and confirmed, Mr. Flatt, clergyman's warden, read a report for tho past year, in which regret was expressed that owing to several adyerse. circumstances the financial position of tho parish was not so favoralile as before. Such state of affairs wap purtly owing to the illness of the late' Incumbent and a fallin...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1893

Hews and Notes Nearly 43,000 persons visited the Agri. cultural Show in Sydney last week. Strong complaints continue to be made respecting soapsuds being allowed to run into N--wra street gutters. Sir Julian Salomons wants the Govern ment forced to the country to see if the people approve of its measures. A large majority of the Legislative Assembly members favor a further 5 per cant, reduction in the Esthnatos. The English press regards the Com mercial 'Bank of Australia failure as one of the largest of modern timeB. The Avondale Estate (3400 acres), at Dapto, to be auctioned by Mr. D. L. Dymock next Thursday. One of the new fads of happy mothesr is to have baby's picture taken while it sleeps. St. Michael's Church, Wollongong, of which the Rev. F. R. Elder is incumbent, has a debit balance of between £50 and £60. Members of the N.S.W. Cavalry, now en route to England, took drafts upon the London branch of the Commercial Bank of Australia. On the 21st ultimo, the ship Agnes Oswald,...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1893

JOII Mm HD W, Tlie People's Emporium, Berry-street, NT 6 #R A, ARE NOW OPENING WINTER GOOGS '* ' IN EVERY KIND OJ1 STRAW HATS, AND ]SlINERT : CLOTHING, MERCERY BOOTS AND SHOES FANCY GOODS. A SPLENDID LOT . ; OF SINGLE AND DOUBLTS-TBARREL ., - BREBCH-LOAPHf G GUNS BY THE LEAD ING MAKERS AT V:EB,y LOW fBICES, AND AMMUNITION jOF THE VERY BEST: DESCRIP TION AND GREATEST VARIETY 4 The Clearing-Out Sale of Old Stock will be continued, and Bargains. m$y; be secured by early application. ' - A really good line in TEA, at 9s 6d per box, Jbas been secured, -wjail? the, .celebrated BILLY TEA will be found amoiigst other favorite brands. ' - -i— ?BEST-VALUE' OBTAINABLE.'— — r : First Quality Men's All Wool Suits - - ? - . .S.3?- O p. Extra Quality Men's All Wool Suit3 - - - £3 . .5 O Special Quality Men's All Wool, Suit3 - - 2 IO 6 ?- Patterns and Diagrams seDt Tost Fueb to all parts of tlio colony. DAVED i!IG2ISES.&'CO.9'Or£snfi CEdiliiers Opposite the General Post Office GI7ORGE STREE...

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Central Shoalhaven Council, [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1893

Central Shoalhaven Council, A meet-in' of the aborcnamed Munici pal Council waa held yesterday at 2.30 p.m., nt ffio Chambers, Terara, Present— Tho Mayor (Mr. H. M'Kenzie), Aldermen Jiinery, ;M'Lean, Lsimond, and Herne. COUERSPONDRNCE. Letters wure received from (1) Henry Wheatley, applying lor sufficient timber to erect a culvert leading to his gate ; (2) John Sirman, asking to bo appointed maintenance; man in the municipality at £115 per annum ; --3) John Hay (to B.. Aberdeen), stating that If Mr. Aberdeen caved to guarantee a right of way through his farm until such time .is his title was complete, the trustees of the Estate would havo na objection to the road being con tinued to the bank of the- Cronkhavcn Creek as an approach to tho proposed bridge near M'Lean's. The clerk was instructed to inform Mr. Wheatley that it was customary for rate payers requiring culrcrts erpcted opposite their premises to supply the necessary timber, an4 the Council to nrect the culverts. ? , The Ma...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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An Old Style Minister. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1893

An Old Style Minister The biography or Dr. Kuld, 01 Aber deen, Scotland, just published, shows that the doctor was not always in har mony with the views of his brethren in the Presbytery of Aberdeen. On one occasion he was summoned before them, under circumstances which the following extract will sufficiently ex plain : — 'The doctor, becoming im patient, said : ' Gentlemen, you have summoned me to your bar ; 1 am a busy man, and have no time to wait. Will you please tell me what is wanted with me ? At last he was told that he had disregarded the instuc tion received, and in violation of it had prayed for Queen Caroline. 41 Why,' he asked, ' should the Queen not be prayed for V One of them answered — ' Because she is a bad woman.' ' Then,' replied the doctor, with flashing eyes and indignant tones, ' she iias the more need to be prayed for. I have prayed for the Queen ; I will pray for the Queen ;' and then, looking from one to the other of the leading members of the Court, added, '...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1893

'Sow Shall ve Decide this Question?' Now, which it the worse—to have no appetite for your dinner, or to have no dinner jfior^your appetite ? There are lots of people on the one side or the other of thiB question.' When 'good .digestion' waits on appetite. end health on both,'' that is the ideal attitude of a-pereon towards Ms meals. . But most of ub aro not blessed in that way; wo ?either have too much food without an appetite, or a vigorous appetite without enough to satisfy it Different folk will answer this question differently, yet the common sense of it ie that, within reason able limits, it 16 better to -have au appetite without a dinner, because, short of the starvation line, a hungry man is a healthy jnan ; whereas a man who ought to oat find doesn't feel like eating, etands in need of 'alterations and- repairs,' To illustrate. We recently received a communication in which the writer saya, ?'Twas afraid to eat.' Did ho fancy his food was poisoned, or did his nature rebel aga...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Kangaroo Valley Agricultural Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1893

Kangaroo Valley Agricultural Association. The Pioneer reports that tho annual general meeting of the Kangaroo Valley Agricultural and Horticultural Association was held on the 30th March, and was well attended by subscribers, Mr. Jas. Camp bell. J.P.. presidinc. Tho report read by the secretary (Mr. Henry Joyce) was ac cepted as a very satisfactory statement of the Society's position. The number of entries at last Show was 2309, nearly 200 in advance of any previous year, and tho Society registers 165 members. Special donations for the last show totalled £75 12s, and £32 10s was taken at the gatea, whilst £1 16s came from fruit stalls and side shows, The sum of £204 10s 6d was distributed in prizes at the late show. The year was started with a credit balance of £5 Is lid, but this year, after meeting all liabilities, there will be a credit balance of £41 3s 8d, and assets in show buildings and other improvements to the value of over £450. Some indignation was ex pressed at the rumou...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Sassafras. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1893

Sassafras (FROM OUR OWN CORttBSPONHENT.) Tire Weatiieu am the Ceops.— Of course we have had the Iii? rainfall like tho rest of the unfortunates nn tho Hunter and similar flood? districts, but with this most important difference, i.e., wo have not been flooded out. But'the rain was so continual that it hns retarded out-door irork to n serious extent, and also rotted a Jarge portion of the oarly potato crops, Still .if it has been harmful that way, it has in a moaBuro made up for it with tho wonderful growth in the grass and the good condition of the cattle. Weather bitterly cold. Thermometer down to 46' in tho mornings. . The Roads.— Our roads, or at least some portions thereof, are in a pitiable condition, particularly the Eotton Bridge, and the Tcrriyong. I hear from Nerriga the maintenance man was ordered to put these portions in repair, but he sent word to the Roads Superintendent that if ho was expected to go that far from hosie he would roBign tho billet. So at that rate this m...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Society Lady Gambling. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1893

Society Lady Gambling. . The Metropolitan correspondent 'f the the 'Western Advocate }l (Mudgce) thus I writes ; — 'In sermons and other addresses a great deal lias been said .recently on Iho , isubjoct of eatnblmg, out rno clergy wo ignorant of the extent to which the evil is being practised. They denounce the 'tots' men, promoters of consultations, etc., but they havo nothing to say against ?the gambling in clubs and in society circles. Ill-two, at least, of the Sydney clubs tho nlav is verv ttish : it 'has often happened tlmt ft member has lost imorotliBn £1000 at a single Bitting. ..Many of tho society ladies, and not a few of the Jewesses are inveterate gamblers.. I have known certain society ladies, during their stay on the Mountains, to gamble almost uninter ruptedly from breakfast time until mid night Nor were tho stakes small. Your readers will hardly believe me When l say that a company of Jadies began a gamble not long ago, at a. place in the vicinity of Darlinghurst, at ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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SPORTING. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1893

SP0RT13TG, CRICKET. A team from the Kingston club, Syd ney, was defeated by CambewArra -in Friday of last week and by Numba on Saturday. ? A second eleven of the Nowra club pro ceeded to Berry on Good Friday and blayad No. 2 team of tho Berry club. Nowra won on the first innings, the total scores— Nowra first innings 124, second 71 ; Berry first innings 67, second two wickets for 85. The Speight Cup match, Nowra v. Coblangatta, was commenced at tho'Show grouud, Nowra, on Good Friday, but was unfinished. Nowra was disposed of in the first innings for 89 (S. I. Eiohardson 16, Jas. Graham 27), and three wickets in their second innings are down for 110 (Hapgood 63, S. Richardson 21, J. Graham 10). . Coolangatta first innings totalled 79. Rifle clubs are to be supplied with Gov ernment ammunition at cost price,. Biflemon are reminded of the meeting to be held at Captain Marriott's office on Monday night next, to enrol members for the Civilian Bine Club and to adopt rules. Jim Stanbury, c...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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(BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS ADVERTISED IN THIS JOURNAL.] [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1893

Wk [BOSfNTjaSBS AND PROFESSIONS ADVEBTISED -K IN THIS JOURNAL,] I Abraham, J,S.. Laboratory. Sydney f Bond, J. E., storekeeper, Nowra f Boot, W., Sydney Bowring, 0. A,, Sydney : Briscoo, Drysdale & Co,, Sydney. Brahani-aud Mutch, Sydney Bryant and May, London. ? Chipman, H. S., Margaret-St., Sydney Commercial Banking Co., Shoalhaven I (Terara) Branch I Crown Moleskin Trousers Co., London I Clemen's, F. M., Sydney I Clarke, T,, oom. agent, Sydney I JMrnon & Sons, Sydney I Denham Brothers, com; agents, Sydney I Dean, John, Cambewarra . I Domestic Kerosene Oil Co. I Elliott Brothers, Ltd., Sydney S- SUyard, W, R,, Nowra ~ I Fimister, W. J., Nowra B Fbley Bros., com. agents, Sydney ? Freeman S. and Sons, Sydney ? Foster's Ale and Stout ? Graham, Christphr., Nowra ? Gibson, James, Nowra H . Hielman, A., Nowra B HeadJSenry, Oambowarra B Holloway's Pills & Ointment, London HL -. Buddart, Parker & Co., Sydney ?f*' Hawkon & Vance, Sydney ? nUwaria Stea...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Shoalhaven Directory. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 8 April 1893

SIxoaliavea Directory. m . ? ? ? .? ? pistSict Government Surveyor,— Mr. J. ?L; W. .peering, ffij Clerk of Petty Sessions, Land Agent, gj Ac^-Mr. J,M. Shoahan,: Bj District Registrar in bankruptcy, — Mr, B J. H. Nishetti, P,M B.:. ? Local Iiand Board. — Messrs, ? A. O. ? Ueriarty {chairman), 2. G, Bice, and L. B Molntyre, Ja.P. B. Government Medical Officers,— J. P, ? JJrewton, J,P,, Terara. T, Rosa Lowers, ? Berry, I Inspector of Public Schools, — Mr, L, E. ? Iiawford, M.A, I St;' John's Church of England, Nowra,— 5 Jtev, E. Wootton, B.A, — Berry, Rev. ? JjukoParr. ? ' Presbyterian Church, Nowra. — fiev. J. ? %. Bruoe, M.A.; assistant, Mr, Alex. 8 Bpbeiison, ? 'Wesleyan Church, Nowra. — Rev.' H. B W. T. Pincombe. — Berry, Bev. Kirton 9 A. Corner. 8 Eoman Cathdio Church, — Rev. T. Har 1 nett. Bev. J. Korris, assistant. I Nowra School of Arts.— Mr. JI. L. I Whittell, president; Messrs, C. Moss I and M. Byan, .secretaries, i SMSlhaven Agricultural and Horticul I iuraV Association, — M...

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