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Matching Him. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 December 1879

Mntchisig; Sffim. , I Dn. Guthrie was equal to any omorgoncy, physical or otherwise. 'Whilo ongaged in visiting tho poor, lie came ono day to tho door of an Irish Catholic, who was dotor rikined that the doctor should not enter his houso. ' 'You cannot como in hero,1 said; lie. ' You're not needed or wanted.' 'My friend,' said the doctor, 'I'm going around 1113' parish to become acquainted 'with the people, and have called on you only as a parishioner.' , ? ' It dont matter,' said Paddy ; ' I say you shan't come in hero.' And lifting the poker he said, ' If yez como iu here, I knock yoz down.' Most men would have rotircd, or tried to reason ; the doctor did neitlior, but drawing himself up to his full height, and looking the: Irishman in the faco, said — ' Como, now, that's too bad. Would you strike a man un armed ? Hand me the tongs, and thon wo shall be on equal torms.' Tho man looked at him in groat amaze ment, and thon said — 'Och, suro, yoiu^oa quaro man for a parson! Como. in^...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Bushrangers. 5.20 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 December 1879

The Bushrangers. 5.20 p.m. The Executive have decided to hang Scott aud Rogun ; tho execution is fixed for the 20th January next. 'Williams and Bennett are to be imprisoned for life, tho first three years in irons.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shop Girls. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 December 1879

: Shop Grii'ls.; ' : If you are a shop girl, bo ono with all your strength; do not treat' .tlio poor creatures \\;ho come to/ buy good'si witli\suoh 'lofty superciliousness as to .crUsli.their hopes and send them away ompty. . Too many ofvthisN easy and ladylike profession' forget, that it is their duty to sell goods, not to put down customers: .1 shall novor forget an experi ence of mine in ? , only one out of many. I went into one of tho greatest ? dry-goods shops, intent on buying a gown,, an^.was. ushered by a courteous ' fenougli. the ladies' department: \Here the ,scqne changed— courtesy did not rise to this' story. There were six or oight elegant, languid creatures behind tho counters,, who instinct ivoly knew I was from tho country, and not likely to bo a great purchaser. - I was a' littlo friglitouod, but still civil,- and quito bent on a cashmero suit, so I - ran tho gauntlet of thoso domoisellos, being recoived as an intruder — costumes dusty and shop- i worn pointed out ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Sydney, Wednesday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 December 1879

Commercial Intelligence. [by electric telegraph.] ?.?????? Sydnoy, Wednesday, 5 p.m. Maizo, 2s 3d to 2s 5d per bushel ; potatoes, £4 to £5 10s por ton ; onions (dull), £5 to £1 ; tho murkotis glutted with; butter, and it is quoted at 3d to 5d per lb ; clieeso, 3d to 7d; bacon, 3d to 6d ; lard, 2d to 4d ; honoy, 3d to 4M ; bees , wax, 9d ; eggs, Is 3d to- Is 5d por dozon ; tur koys, 10s to 15s per pair ; geese, 7s to 8s ; ducks, 3b to 4s ; fowls, 3s to 3s 6d.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Late Mr. W. C. King. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 December 1879

Tlie lidtc Mr. W. C. Ming, j This notice, which friendship demands and ! sympathy sorrowingly pays to\lopartad wortlt is lato in appearing, as tho worlij'gflo^n thift nineteenth contury, wlion o/vorjjtliing \|eoms to move by strides, and a ( ear shell* ovfiii)tht*-(J\-sing' grave is coldly viewed in tho light \)f folly, a waste of timo, or a perversion of feeling. But if tho go-ahead philosophy of the ago accords to mourning friendship tho time-honored privilogo of the nine days, tho obituary notico of Mr. AV. 0. King cannot bo called untimely. Ho diod at his residence, Hartwoll, on Wednesday wook, at seven p.m., and was buried in tho C. E. Como tery, Kiama, on Friday. Deceased /was tho second son of Mr. A. King, and n native of Kiama. Ho was born at Avoc,a,!a place which, for picturesquo beauty and magnificent scenery, bnay not unfittingly comparo witlithat valo con secrated in Irish inolody by tho genuis of Moore. It is said, and indood it cannot bWfiubtcd, that the surroundings o...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 December 1879

LOCAL IKTEIililG-EaTCJES. Attention is directed to tho programme of sports to tako placo to-morrow at Nowra, Numba, andBurrier, which uro sure to oxcoll in point of interest, owing to tho more extensive publication. Appointment.— Mr. William Nicholson of tho Public school of Nowra, has been appointed teacher of tho Provisional school at Big IIill, near Goulburn, such appointmont to date from tho 1st proximo. Tenders. — Attention is directed to the invita tions to tender for the work of constructing a wharf at Greenwoll Point, and for tho purcnaso of Mr. M'Arthur's crushing battery at Yalwal Gold-fields. ' The I. S. N. Co.'s steamor Illawarra will loavo Green well Point for Sydney- at- an early hour to-morrow (Friday) morning instead of this day as usual. Wo have inentionod this for tho bonofit of readers, though it should have been advertisod. Accepted TenDer.— The tender of Mr. W. R. Elyard for tlio supply of 125,000 feot of hard wood timber for tho superstructure of tho Shoalhaven...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. The Crossley Microphone. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 December 1879

MISCEIili^BOUS. ^ ' : * „ ' . .. \- Tlie Crossley Mici^opUoiie.-^ Interesting experiments were'reeently made at tlio telegraph offico Sydney, : ; with Crossloy's microphone, which, lias been specially designed to remedy two important defects in the ordinary telephone. Tlie second microphone was fixed at Mr. 'Watson's house, Parramatta, connection bein'g- made ? by means, of directing one of tho wires from tho main line. Tho effect was wonclerous. Tho sound of a . musical box was transmitted with great precision. The party at Parra matta sang a number of songs, and peals of laughter at .the termination of a comic song were hoard with great distinctness. The following description of the instrument was transmitted by Mr. 'Watson through the microphone, and written down I on its arriving Crossley's microphone] -which is a lnodfiontion of tbo Hughes' microphone, consists of four pencils of carbons, loosely held on four carbon blocks, and connected in circuit with a battery and primal'}' ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
University Junior Examinations. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 December 1879

University Junior ^Examinations. I The following is a list of tho pupils who havo | passed tho Sydnoy University Junior Examina tion. It also shows the subjects in which.tlioy havojtpassod. Tho lottcrs H, L, and S, signify respectively 'High,' 'Low,' and 'Satisfied tho Examiners ' : — 1 Bennio, William: 'Arithmetic, L, ; -algebra, H. — Shoalhavon Presbyterian school; I' orsyth, Jainos 1- . : . History and geography, S. ; arithmotic, H. ; algebra, li. — Nowra Public School. , ' Johnson, John Henry : History and geo graphy, . S. ; English, L. ; arithmetic; Jj. ; algebra; Ij. — Shoalhavon Presbyterian school. ' Morton Mark F. ; Latin, L. ; aritlnnotic, L. ; algobra L. — Shoalhavon Presbyterian school. Moss, Hyam: History and geography, S.-'; arithinotio, L. ; algobra L. — Nowra Public school. . ? ' ' 'V Watts,1 Joseph : History and goography, S. ; English, L. ; arithmotic,' L. ; goometry, - H. — Cambowarra Public school. ? - Watts, JIary'A.~U.~ : 'History arid 'goography,.1 ?Si : Engli...

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POETRY. Better in the Morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 December 1879

POETBT. I Better lu tlie Morning. ? ' You can't lielp tho baby, person, , But still I want yo to go \ Down an' look in upon her, \ An, read, an' pray, you know. \ Only last week she was skippiu' round A pullin' my whiskers 'n hair, A climbin' up to the table ; Into her little high chair. ' The first night'-tjiat she took it, 'When her little, checks were red, 'When she kissed good night to papa, And went away to bed — Said she, ' 'tis a headacho, papa, Be bettor in tho mornin'— -byo : \ An' somothin' in how she said it .. Jest made me want to cry. \ \ V \ \ V ' But tho mornin' brought tho fovor,', \ And her little hands woro hot, 'S An' tho pretty red of her little cheeks Grew into a crimson spot. But sho laid there just as patient As ever a woman could, ^ * ' Takin' whatever we gavo her \ \ ? Better'n a grown woman would. -r\ V \ }? 5j\ ' Tho days aro terrible long an' slpWi trf \ An' sho's growin' wus in each j|g( An' now sho's jest a slippin' Cloar'away out ut our reach. Ev'ry ni...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 December 1879

Shoalhaven SM|i|iiiiK Intelligence. ARRIVALS. Deoember 18. — Promiao (ketch), from Kiama. ' 20.— Rocket (s.), from Sydney ; Hunter (».), from Sydney. DEPARTURES. Deocmber 18. — Hunter (a.), for Sydnoy. „ 20. — Mocoyan (schr.), for Sydnoy. „ 22. — Hunter (s.) for Sydney. „ 22. — Rockot(s.) for Sydnoy.

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

Sllawai'i'tV StcftHi Xnvigutiioii Company. STEAMER'S TIME TAllLE, JlEOlt SIOALfi AT E N, 6 a.m. Miiirsilii)', S iiiin. prom Sydney, Tuesday ami Friday, at J4 p.m. All meals supplied during tho passages of tho steamers free of cliargo. Tlio Steam iDroghors, undor cliargo of Captain Buchanan, aro always plying on tlio Shoalliavon llivor in connection with tlio Svilnoy steamers. 10'. MANNING-. k iinglletii, icottisli, niid^iittraliau (T Chartered ItiAiki A BRANCH of this Hunk is now OPEN at NOAVRA, Shoallmvon, in tompornry promises, for tlio transaction of all usuul bank ing businoss. . JOHN DOAVLTNG, Manager. Sydney, utli Juno, 1878. Wanted to lie Known. ~WT JONES, Collins-strooti Kiama, lias VT . Ilovsos and Vehicles POR HIRE. ITo is proplii'od to .run botwoon AVollongong and Ulladulln. ' Also, that ho is a cash purchasor of Hides and # skins in any quantity. i ?' D. LINDSAY »™fcK, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, J AM BE BOO. W, HALL, General Commission Agent, ? A2TD ' ' % r 110, SU...

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Calendar for December. MOON'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 December 1879

Calendar for December. Moon's Age. Last quartor ? 7th, at 5.48 a.m. Now Moon ? 13th, at 9.9 p.m. First quartor 20th, at G.20 p.m. Full Moon ? .... 29th, at 2:20.a.m. 6 j ( ? SUN ? , ) High water atShoal q I Rises. Sots. | haven Heads. ? ? I n.M. IT. M. I A. M. P. M. 25 4 49 7 11 5 29 5 56 26 '4 50 7 11 6 22 0 47 27 4 50 7 11 7 10 7 32 ? 28 '4 51 ' 7 12 : 7 53 . 8 15 29 ' 4 52 7 12 8 35 8 51 .. 30 4 52 7 12 9 13 9 31 ? 31. 1 4 53 7 13 I 9 49 10 6 ®Ij.e Mepqp|, AND S II 0 ALII A VEN ADVERTISER. PnWisIicd every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 25. :879.

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Gardeners' Calendar. DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 December 1879

Gardeners' Calendar. DECEMBER. Kitciien Garden.— Plant out leeks in drills. Celery, too, may bo planted ; manure and wator, or better, liquid manure, aro necossary. Sow pottB and in tlio shade dwarf Fronchbeans and ncarlot runnora. A fow hours' soakingof seed in -wator baa been found to assist their early rrmmination. and when this is done, wator tho drills thoroughly, and mulch with litter, to check rapid ovaporation. Hoo botwoon all growing crops— it will destroy weeds and prevent the soil caking. Thin parsnips, onions, carrots, &o. Flower Garden.— Bulbs not ready last month may generally now bo taken up; dry tho roots as boforo romarked, in the shade , not in tho sun. Propagate pinks, &c., by cuttings, keop down insects, transplant annuals of all sorts ; do. not nogloct the uso of tho watoring pot. Fruit. — Romovo suckers from fruit trees — pinch off from pear and applo treos the too luxuriant shoots. Whoro fruit is too abundant, lot it bo removed ; gatlior any th...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 December 1879

Department of Public Works, ^ Sydnoy, '22 nil Slecmnbor, 1879. mENDERS will lio roJMl at this Office x„, til B 11 o'clock it.m. o/ t)f - WW' JANUARY, 1880 for tho C0NSTRf(/l090F A PUBLIC WIIAllJ? at GREENAV/jJfrlNT. Spocifica tion, and Forms of /iiuVfrvniiy bo soon at, tho Officio of tho Engui/or-in-CliTfif for Harbours nnd Kivors, Sydnoy, and at tlio Court IIouso, NoWra' JOHN LACKEY. WmmSST '' MISSES GLMVILLE, ASSISTED BjY littjliesf nnd ol tlie mnrnt hmz baud boom, nowra, ON THURSDAY, JANUARY 15,-1880, IN All) OF THE FUNDS OP TIIK r kw Church of EnglancpChurch at Nowra*.' Admission: Front Splits, 2s (id; Back do,, Is Cd. Particulars in future issuo. Plattstouifc Art Union \/' 0 5 7 Frizes, In value from ONI! THOUSAND POUNDS (£mO)iMTm SHILLINGS (10s).' ONL Y A FMFMOjJnTCJiFS LEFT ! ! TICKETS aii^p^&MSPEcStJSES can bo bad on application niSio Tki.hciiiai'H Printing Ollco, Nowra. Art Union pclfcts, J!-#s eacli. Swecji TirkJls, only 3m (td eacli. THOMAS IDAVARDS, Agknt. TIIOS,...

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Yalwal Gold-fields. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 December 1879

Yalwal Col«l--ie!«Is. TO THE EDITOn OF TIIE TELEGRAl'H, Sir, — Will you allow mo in tho columns of your valuable paper to contradict the publishod state m'onts of tho ' Special Reporter ' to tho Torrara paper. Such a rumbling stutomont is tho pro duction in that paperof last AVodnosday, that no ono herb can' understand tho purport of it, and I do not iseo how.peoplo at a distanco from bore can. I havo hot timo ? to examine tho whole of the report, bu. will leave you to judgo of its correct ness by mentioning ono or two of tho errors, which hardly anyone, lot alono a special reporter, could fall into. In tho first placo ho says, that there is an accommodation houso kopt by Mr. Waddington, who also is butclior and baker, and at the samo time it is Mr. Galbraitli to whom ho must rofor. Thon again ho says that M'Arthur's and the Eclipso Company's buttery, closo to oach other uro working ton stainpors oach, while this one of M'Arthur's near tho Eclipso, has only fivo stampors. Aftor that...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 December 1879

Original Corre»2-ondence. [It is to bo distinctly understood that wo do not identify oursolvos with the opinions of ' correspondents.]

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DISTRICT NEWS. Jervis Bay. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 December 1879

UaSTItlCT XEWS. , [from our correspondent.] Jcrvis May. It is somo timo since I communicated with you, but tho reason lias beon two-fold — first; general stagnation of business, and, socond, your vory ablo reporter gavo such a varied and lucid report of tho launch, and also of tho trip of the little steamor ' Maggio' to this port, that ho quite took tho wind out of my sails. However, sinco tho arrival or tho said little steamer, sport (and I prosumo wo can place fishing under tho catogoiy of sport) has takon gigantic stridos in this portion of tlio district. O11 two different days, last week, Mr. Dont, the owner of tho steamex-, together .-with- a party of friends,-, captured no loss than 60 dozon of schnappor— besides numorous other fish of various descriptions. To add to the. weight of tho captured prey — 50 sharks — averaging in length from 5 to 10 feet ?inlongth, wore added to tho cargo, and out of those, 35 woro grey nursos, which : all fishormon must know yield profitablo oil....

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

TO LET, a BUSILIIV-DDOCK, near Nowto, containing- V5(| Jcr|s. H. M'ICENZIE, Bundauon. \ / \ missing Friends. MR. A. E. CARTER, lato of Terrarn, Pro fessor of Music, will lourn of something to his udvantago by calling at tlio offico of this papor, or waiting on Mr. 0. Murray, of Numba. y ST # Til C E . - ANY Porson fouiid jDriving any Horses' or Cattle 1 out of fjJbJAfflll Paddock known as Ratuott's, without apUprfty, will bo Prosocuted as the Law Dirccts-|-as j?arties allow thoir Cattlo to Trespass, ai d drivo thom out with impunity. ' ' H. MOSS. Docombor 24, 1879. ? ? 5Tlie Bl oliditp. The 'Gomme^jl l /b.-vnk, terrara, will bo CimK ) luring THURSDAY. FRIDAY, and S*TI RllAY next, ond RE OPEN on MONDAY the 29th instant, at 10 a.m. A. W. FLATT, \ Manager. Docombor 2-1, 1879. I JE. S. -L A. C. Bank, Kowra. THE OFFICE wflFuEora at 3 p.m. WED- , NESDAY, tlS 2|tliH'or tho Christinas , ' Holidays, and OPEN ai lM.m. on MONDAY, tho 29th instant. I ROB'j. FINLAYSON, / Manager. Nowra, 23rd Dec...

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Late Mails. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 December 1879

Xiiitc Mails. TO Tnr. EDITOR OF TIIE TELEGRAPH. Sir, — Considering tho fino woathor whioh hoe prevailed for tlio past fow months and tho con sequent rapid improvement in tho roads botwoon Shoalhavon and Moss Yalo, it is but natural that wo should uow oxpoct that our mails should' ? bo dolivored in rcnsonnblo timo. To-day (Satur davl. tho .mails woro not dolivored in Torrara till about 6,p.m., at loast soven hours boliind timo. What causo can bo assigned for this? Not bad roads, and certainly not lloodod orooka. It sooms, though, that tho real causo is, wliat ovor subtorfugo may bo sot up on this occasion, that tho drivor was somowlmt ' befogged,' und succooded in capsizing the trap nnd allits pas songors into tlio first .crook I10 camo to. If ho had kopt tho road this.could not havo liapponud. Tho coach was nf tor this first capsizo, I boliovo, so much injured that between tho drivor and that cause a socond capsizo soon followod, and tlion.tlio alYriglitijd passengors— six iu number...

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Thirty-five Years Ago. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 December 1879

Thirty- J Rve Tears Ago. Under this hoading wo shall for a timo at inter vals, as opportunity olfoi's, reprint .-from a Colonial ponodical, published in 1845,— as abovo indicated, thirty-fivo yoars ago— articles which will provo of interest to readors who may havo somo locolloction of tho circumstances to which such articles will rofor. By thom soriio light will bo thrown on certain pliasos of colonial lil'o, wluc%.will* bo lusti'uctivo to roadors, as showing tlio rapid' stridos miido in colonisation', thb'iliJl'or-' onco' botwoon tho system of politics which thou obtainod, and that undor which wo are now boing riilod ; and by thoaindorquotod paragraph, tho advancomont which has taken placo in tlio splioro of agricultural industries in our own Southern Coast districts. Tho first paragraph, headed, ' Illawarra Agricultural Socioty,' is of special interest, as boing a short account of tlio first institution for tho oncouragemont of agri cultural aud horticultural pursuits, which was e...

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