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Obituary. THE LATE MR. ALFRED ELYARD, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 December 1879

'?-'Obituary. ' . The Late Mr; Alfred Elyard, J:P. ' , Tnis wook wo regret to announco tho doatli 011 Tuosday last, tho 23rd instant, at 11 o'clock a.m:', ofi Mr. Alfred Elyard, J.'P.,. of Barollan; who has boon a resident in'. this district from 1857, in' which yoar ho caino to Shoalhavon with his wifo (who diod a fow voars ago), fivo daugh-, tors, and ouo son, loaving his oldost son (Mr.' Frodorick W. O. Elyard; of tlio Registra! Gonoral's Offico) in Sytlnoy. Mr. Elyard's fatlior was a surgoon in tho Royal Navy, and camo to 1 Now South Wales in charge of tlio Fomalo Con vict Ship ' John Bull,' on tho 19th Decombor, 1821, nccompariiod ? by liis ; wife, ono daughter (sinco deceased), and four sons. Tho oldest ' of the latter, Mr. William ' Elyard, oritored the Colonial Secretary's .Office soon i after his arrival, and hold tho position^of Uridor-Secretery to tho Government at tho timo of his doath In 1865. Tho third son (Mr. Arthur Wellington Elyard) entered and remained in the Civi...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Numba Municipal Council. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 December 1879

' Numba Municiiial Conncil. '1 I ? 1 Thursday,- December 18. The Council met at 5 p.m. Prosont- -JI10 Mayor (Aldonnun Jas; Ryan), nnd AldjfiRin Dixon, Loslio, Smith, and Woods. - In .Gommitteo of Works, Aldorman Woods reported tho satisfactory completion of John Kennedy's contract on Brundio by-road; An application from John Camnboll. SfinrJ. for a quantity of sawn timbor for tho construc tion of two small culverts ovor tho watortablo near his residonco was granted, on tho motion of Aldormon Dixon and Smith, aftor some explanation from applicant as to tho naturo and oxtout of tho work to bo douo. I11 reply to Alderman Dixon, tho Olork stated that tho cost of quarrying bluo metal at Back Forest that day was £9 2s, viz., £8 for labour, and £1 2s for explosives. ? - Aldorman Dixon thon reported, that ho, . in company with Aldormon Loslio, Smith, and Woods, had that evening inspected tho quarry, aud though ho was of opinion that about 70 tons of stono was ready for removal, yot tho othe...

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

ILLAWARRA. On Tuesday, tho 4th instant, his Excolloncy the Governor paid a visit to this district; accom panied !by Colonol Breton, tho Rov Dr. Steelo, ?Mr. Merowothor, A.D.O., and Mr. Drako, tho Covornmont Surveyor. The Chiof objects of his Excolloncy's visit wero. to examine tho Basin and Broakwator at .Wollongong, and also to oxamino : arid dotor mino upon tlio bost pass down tlio mountain ^ango,.to - communicate with ; tlio ?, road- rocontly ? iriado from: Sydnoy to tho top ' of tho Bulii moiuitain. ' ??'????v' ?' His Excolloncy was rccoivod' with enthusiasm by tho inhabitants of tho District, who prosontod to him tlio following address : — ' To His Excolloncy Sir Goorgo Gipps, Knight, Captain . Gonorul and Govornor-in-Chiof of Now South Walos, &o.; &o;, &c. : .'.Wo, tho uudorsigned Olorgy, Magistrates, and othor froo inhabitants of tlio District of Illawarra, beg to approach , your Excellenoy with tho oxprossion of our loyal attachment to hor most Gracio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 January 1880

'No pont up Utica contracts our powers' | inay to truly said of ono of tlio most invaluable preparation of niodorn times, for its sales aro ] not confined to any particular spliorc, butoxtond i ovor nil tlio quarters of tho globo. Ordors aro boing constantly rocoiyed from roinoto sections, and its export constitutes ono of tlio staples of our trudo. Circulars and pamphlets explanatory of its curativo properties liavo boon translated mto nil languages, and thoro is no portion of tlio world whoro Udolplio Wolfo's Scliicdam Aromatic Schnapps is not known. — Adv. Holloway's Ointment and Pills.— Tlio finest romodios in tho world for bad logs, old wounds, sores, and ulcors. If usod according to directions givon with thom, thoro is no wound, bad log or ulcerous sore, liowovor obstinate or long standing, but will yiold to thoir healing nnd curntivo proportios. Numbers of porsons who liavo boon pationts in several of tho largo liospitais undor tho caro of ominont surgeons, without deriving t...

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Cable Intelligence. London, Dec. 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 January 1880

Cablc-^lniolligciusc.-' (From the Herald.) , ? ? London, Doc. 27. ; A diplomatic diflloulty has arisen between England and Turkoy, ? 111, eonsoquoneo of tlio rocont arrest of. Mollalr Boy; by ordor ,ot. tho -Porto, for translating tho .iSnglish- Biblo. into Turkish. Sir - A;;H. i Layard lias.- mado ropresontations in- tho^inattor, but unsuccessfully ; and.lias now sont a noto to tlio Porto threatoning toisuspond rolations unless Mollah Boy is forthwith loloased. k f s . ' . . Tinnflnn : A Gorman .company : has ':boon',formod,; -svith' tho obioet ot roplacing tlio firm, of :Go(loiIroy and Company,- wluoh latoly bocamo bankrupt; in tho: position whioh'. it occupied at tho Island oi Samoa. ^ * ? London, Doc. 29. A portion oEitlnisbtidgo ovor tho Eortli of 'Jay lias boon dostToyofi-by a groat galo. It occtu-iwl whilst a train'/ii'bni^ Edinburgh to Dundoo was crossing; Thoiti'aiu , foil through, causing dis astrous loss of. lito. , It is foarod that two hun dred porsons havo boon drownod...

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Wreck of the Ketch Margaret. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 January 1880

Wreflt fol'tlse Eietcli BSni'gas'et.:- ,v- A TFiiVOHAJi from tho' luama coh-eBpondont-ftt tho b'.'Ml Itcmld. to that journal on Moudiiy ketch ^ravgaret, '1; Captain'. Potorson.'. bound from Shoalhavon to Sjd«o- witU'f2i'000 foot of timber, bocunio a totn,l wi'e.ck near Black' Head yostorday al'tornoon0-in' (i.-squall,- which simmg up about half-past 1 o'clock Tho sails woro blown to shreds, and tho rutldor :was carried away ' and aftor attempting, -in ..ynm.tpjstoqr.tho- vessel with a long oar, Uio crow natuxp iiuanaon hor as sho was rapidly, drif ting. oiv'-to 'fhp.roeks. In attempting to land on AVcir'sBoiipli thcdingy capsizod ond ovor; iind loll 011 Captain l otoiSen and his companions, 0110 of \vhom did not como to tho surfaco for. two niinutCs. Tlio Margrtrpt has become a total' wrock,' find tha timber ^wliieli formed hor cargo is floating in tho , s\#.f; ' ;TKo casualty happened at, a spot whuio tho. twp. brothers-Wilson woro drownod a- fow yoara.ago. by tlio capsizing of a b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 January 1880

BJ «9 TO jff V 12 f/ TT is rcquosted thiU; ALT. CLAIMS against tlio iL; Estatoof -tho- fjatl Mr. Alfred Elyard bo forwarded to mo J wMi/ut ilolay, addrosscd ' Nowra Post Office.' { E.. 0. Ky. ELYABD, - I Por tlio Executors. ' Borrciyan, 30th Docjinibor, 1879. Portraits!: ? . & JPortiraits ! ! v,;,'.' ' ] ^ Forlraiis ! ! ! ?;m. ; ;'T$7 ILL OPEN /isVsOJBiO about tlio END y 7' of THIS WEEK, at tho late rosidonco 1' of Mr. Carl Ibols/ (noxtMrs. Patterson's) King-; horu-strcot, Noyra. O P E N.I N G ¥ k 'V . 01? Tire . ?? ,* '/? ' I S«W ©Jim-CBS off ISBJg-SaSK? ?- .- . , (L'Snjaa-cEa ? ? ' ? . ? A T - N JO IF R A . Tiie Bight Be*. A. H. STAUTON, D'.D., ? ; Bishop ifiSfroifti Queensland, -.A* . ' ? - ' Y'lLI, /D.V.) ? ? I OPEN THE^OTE CnUECH-, I ® BEis.iSssy , /b a sihiisb s-y SB, 188®. I Thor^will bo DIVINE SERVICE in tlio NEW I CHUEOH at Nowra at 11 a.m. und 7.30 p.m.,' 011 tlio abovo ilato. Tbo BISHOP will PBEACH on BOTH OCCASIONS. ? ; SPECIAL COLLECTIONS will bo mado in AID ol'...

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Staring Assault and Attempt at Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 January 1880

fflaring. Assault andl Attempt at vH ESoMteryi; One of tho most daring attempts at assault arid robbery that liavo been made for a long time,, past was committed' about' a quartor past; IT* o'clock on Saturday night, on Mr. .Bobort M. Morgan, a working jowoller, whose ])laeo of business is situated on the left' hand side' of tho Waverley road. It appears that Mr. Morgan, does not sleep on his shop premises, but lodgos at a houso about 50 yards down from; tho back. Ho was in the habit oi taking, tho greater . part ^ of his ' stock evory evening from his shop to Ins lodg ings, and bringing^ bnclc in the morning. . 'Eor this purpose he enclosed the*, artielos, . consisting' Of watches and jewellery, in a small box, which was then put into a carpot ba°;. . : About tho time stated on Saturday night, alter closing up his shop, and parting with two friends, namod Messrs. IColly and Sogers, Mr. Morgan, with ? , his bug in his hand as usual; containing valu ables to tho amount of £200, turne...

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Married or not Married. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 January 1880

'nSarrien! or not rtlarraert. ? I One of the most extraordinary. stories wpli'avjf ' ovor heard rolativo to matrimony has reaohod us from tho hands of a Cm rospouilout, nnd:wQ can, t i i cvorv coulidoiice, vouch foi its tiuthiiilnoss. At a town not 100 miles irom Armidalo„-and within the last month, a couple wont, to a coi tam church with tho full- mtontion of taking 0110 another foi- better . or -worso. . Tho fan- : and blushing bride lias just merged into 1G summprs, and tho bridegroom appeared.- on tlio shady side of 40. Tho ceremony having, uoon (luly.gono, through, tho couplo, now nuulo 'onoj wonded way to thoir homo,- and liappinoss rpsignod ' Things, wont right . for a wliolo weok, jdltorcalion'.'fook 'plato'.b^ieon.r.thoi^,'. vaicnftmled in tho brido seoking tho homo of hor parents, and tlio husband carolully naihng ? up ovory moans of ingress, oxcopt the, door, which, padlbcking carefully, ho locked, on tho outsido. The consternation of tho hiido's paronts on hor return .ma...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 2 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 January 1880

Telegrapliic Intelligence. |raosr our correspondent.] . SYDNEY. ' Wednesday, 2 r .sr. Disgusting publications which are being hawked about Sydnoy streets, are causing intenso indignation. Tho public expross sur prise that such demoralizing traffic is not imme diately suppressed. — Tho widow of tho late Constable Bowon is awardod an annual pension of £75, but a move iB boing made to present her with funds, from sonoral contributions, towards defraying tho cost of her passage to England. It is not impossiblo that tho Govornmont may give a helping hand in this behalf. — Yesterday, it was reported that bushranger Bennett had . confessed to shooting Constable Bowon. This has not beon officially confirmed. — It is thought that Mabel is tho first 'favourite for Tattoreall's Cup. Knowing ones think him ovor-ratod, and that tho winner will be amongst those with but few backors.

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Central Shoalhaven Municipal Council. TERRARA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 January 1880

Central Shoalliaven Dlunivliial , Couttt'il. Tf.rhara, Tuesday, Deci-mheu 30. Tiie Council mot in tho usual placo at 3.30 p.m. Presont — tho full Council. Tho minutes of previous mooting woro con firmed. Aldorman Hyam reported tho satisfactory repair by tho maintcnanco man of tho dam at tho wost ond of tho town ; that tho maintonanco man was now at Mayliold ; and that two culverts, or open stono crossings woro required noar tho proposed telegraph and post ollico. Aldormon suggostod that tho practiso should bo to introduco suoh.proposal for expenditure by roport from tho Committco of Works, and it was deoided that tho committco should view tlio sito aftor tho termination of tho Council mooting. . Aldorman Monaghan stated- that of tho £u0 grantod from tho public funds for tho repair of tlio Brtindio road, £35 still remained unox pondod, and that he in coiisoquonco oE tho docoaso of Mr.- Alfred Elyard, had consented to act as ono of tho trustees. Boforo prooooding further with improvem...

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Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Sydney, Wednesday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 January 1880

Commercial Intelligence. T;J1Y ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Sydnoy, Wednesday, 5 p.m. Maizo, 2s 3d to 2s 5d por bushel; buttor, 3d to 5d porlb; cheese, 3d to 6d; bacon, 3d to 6d; ham, lOd to Is ; lard, .2d to 4d ; pigs (in carcase), 2Jdto3d; suckers, 4s to 7s each ; eggs (scarce), 8d to Is 2d por dozen ; turkeys, 10s to lfls per pair; geoso, 7s to 8s ; ducks, 3s to 3s (id; fowls, 3b to 3s Gd.

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Broughton Creek Turf Club Races. (Abridged from the Kiama Independent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 January 1880

ISrougliton Creek Turf Club S£accs. J {Abridged from the Kiama Independent.) On Friday last — Boxing Day — a vory successful race meeting was held at Broughton Creek, undor tho auspicos of tho Broughton Creek Turf Club. Tho day broko boautifuUy: fine, i but to wards mid-day 'Old Sol' shorio out with such vigour that a storm was predicted , and about 2 o'clock rain camo down in torronts, rondoring tho romaindor of tho day's sports anything but* enjoyable. . ? - . ' ? maiden. Plate. ? '. : . v Mr. J. Smith's c cSam, 4yrs . . . ; . .... .... . 1 . J. Dent's o c Adonis, 3 yrs ? 2 J. Fitzgorald's o m Gang, Forward : , . - 3 ? ? Turf Club Handicap. ???'. ? Mr. P. Hall's o h Numba, 3 yrs, 8st21bs. 1 B. Paltorson's g in Gazelle, agd, 7st21bs- 2 J. Britton's b g Ziskio, 4 yrs, 7st ; ;? . . . : 3 Selling Back. . ' M. J. Fitzgorald's o m Gang Forward, 0 vrs (£25) ? ? ? ? ? 1 J. Dent's g m Emily, 4 yrs (£15) . , .... 2 Tho- winner was offered by auction by Mr. Stewart, and knocked dawn to tlio ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 January 1880

IjOCAIj ElVTEIilLl&EJSrCE. The Kangaroo Yalley and Cambewarha Mountain Boad. — A gentleman who had occasion to travol by this route last Monday, states that this road is now in a fairly passable condition for horses and vehicles. Tho foiling of the heavy brush, which threw such a deep shado on tho side of tho mountain, has had the effect of drying; parts of tho road that had, sinco tho opening of this routo, beon in a muddy state and all that is now required to make it complete as a road in any weather, is tho utilizing of the metal which is conveniently situated. Two fine new bridges noar tho foot of the mountain on the Yalloy side are a great acquisition, and if the metal iB put on tho mountain portion of the road before wot weather sets in, tho roacl will be much more serviceable than it ha6 been hitherto. Accepted Tenders. — Tho following tenders for tho conveyance of mails, from tho 1st January, havo boon accopted : — Kangaroo Yalloy and Brougliton's Crook, six times a ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 January 1880

ME S CE 0 j li A « SJ & . Millions of- locusts havo passed through' Gawlor Town towards Adolaido. Thoy aro' fortunately too lato to injure the crops. Positively, aftor a longthy discussion, tho British authorities at homo sent a telegram to- \ -. tho Cage -to convoy the important decision that Cotewayo need not wear trousers. Last Tuosday wook (says tho Cfundagai Times) ? ? Mrs. Bowon, widow of the late Constablo Bowon, mined to grant lior a pension of £75 per annum for 10 years. Tho sum appears to' be quito', inadequate, but it must bo recollected- that tho' Govornmont are guided by Certain rliles in such matters. .' - ? . ' ' . ' Amongst naval mon in' England tho appoint ment of the' Duko of Edinburgh to tho' post of ? ' Admiral Superintendent of .tho naval reserves' ? is very strongly criticisod... Tho office is ail abso- . lute sinocure, with a salary of £1000 per annum, . . and it is thought that, if not abolished, it Ought 1 ? to havo booh givon to' some old weather at...

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Young London. I.—WESTBOURNE GROVE AND THEREABOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 January 1880

Young: Iiondon. I. — WESTBOURNE GROVE AND THEREABOUTS. ? It is only recently I arrived at tho conclusion that I am growing very old. The precise num ber of yoars which may have passed over my head has really very little to do with tho mat ter ; since I am obviously neither the senior nor v the junior, in point of timo, of nuinbors of my friends and acquaintances who woro born in tho ? same year of grace that I first saw the light in, ? and who are at present bearing themselves with quite a youthful jauntinoss, and forming all kinds of schemes for tho future. A man is as old as ho feels, and a woman is as old as she looks ; and ono reason why I feel that old ago has come upon me is that I can call to mind an : immense number of things which havo utterly passed away, and that I see around mo a num ber as immense of things wholly, brightly and happily Now. Sydney Smith, in the winter time of a very long and keenly observant life, onumorated, in a lottor to a newspaper just fifteen' app...

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Mr. Carl Ibels' Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 January 1880

Dir. Carl Ibels' Concert. A musical entertainment of a most agreeable character took place on Boxing night in the Brass Band Boom, Nowra. Bominisconces of a concert of a similar character given but a short timo since, and not a hundred miles away, aided by tho expectations that Boxing night generally inspires, tonded in a groat lrioasuro to lead to tho opinion that a noisy night was to be anticipated ; but, on tho contrary, tho meeting was most ordorly and onjoyable. Mi-. James Fraser, J.P., occupiod tho chair. Tho first; piece on tho programme wus mo ? luarcn aux Jfiam beaux,' arranged as an ?/?'octette, but for somo reason or other two of the performors wero absent. The sextetto, however, was well rendered and recoivcd. ' Advance Australia 1 Fair ' fallowed. This is a simple composition to which tho full chorus did ample justice. Miss M. Groon's song ' In those sweet by gono times ' was nicoly rendered and was spocmlly suited to tho sweet and sympathetic voice of tlio singer. 'Tho...

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Original Correspondence. The Butter Question. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 January 1880

GSi'Egijjsi! Correspondence. TJUe HSutter d$.uest-OEt. ? TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGllAl'IT. Silt,— Many of your readers are aware that a movomont has boou made in the direction of a' nccossary change in tho treatment and . sale of buttor in the moti-opolis, and that yom- agricul tural socioty has exprossod its willingness to co operate. . The following throo letters havo boon wi'itton with_ tho objoct of assisting tto move-' mont, and will. be read with inoro or loss interest by a largo numbor of your readers. You will thoroforo oblige by giving tliom a placo in your valuable journal. No. I. 'This question, as admitted by all, is an important one, and the Prosidout of tho ICiamai Agricultural Association (D. L. Dymock, Esq.) has entitled himself to tho ostoom, and I may add assistance, of ovory dairyman' on tho South Coast for tho plucky and onorgotio action lio has takon in tho matter. .A firm conviction of tlio .magnitude, as. woll. as importancb- of tho question— a strong faith i...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Unclaimed Letters. List No. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 January 1880

31ISC£IiliAIkT1E:01JS. Unclaimed liCtters. List No. 26. From the Government Gazette, Dec. 16. 'Parties applying for unclaimed letters at' the ' Goneral Post Office aro requested to give the correct number of lettor, with tho date and mim ? bor of tho list in -which they may have observed . their namos, as such roforonce will materially facilitate dolivery. Portios in the country mak ing ?written appbeations, in addition to tho for mer particulars, 'aro requested to state where they expect their letters from, and any othor informa tion tending to prevent an unnecessary trans mission of letters. . siiip letters, .y . 20 Caulifiold Patrick, Kiama ?? 21 Chamberlain Miss, Peterborough- ' . 34 Clarke Walter, Kiama^, '' ? . ?y. 17 Flannory John, Kangaroo Valley 18 FlanneryJ. C., Kangaroo Valley (2) 35 Heally John, Broughton Crook 4 Paton Mrs., Kiama ' COUNTRY LETTERS. . 150, Bishop Mr., Kangaroo Valloy 174.Boldon Ml'., Nowra 240^ Brock — , saddler, Shollharbour i . 56 Carey George, Milton ...

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Shoalhaven A. & H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 January 1880

Shoalliaven A. , & EH. Association. I A meeting of the Committee of tho abovo Associotion took placo at Mr. M'Arthur's on Monday last. Mr. D. Hyam was voted to tho chair. Tho minutes of last meoting having boon adopted, tho following lottor was road from Mr. James Somorville, Secretary of the ICiama A. & H. ' 'Socioty, ' ouclosing copies of resolutions .adopted : at tho .meeting of delegates held m ICiama on 5th November ; also copios of resolu tions adopted at a mooting of Commission Agonts held on tho lltli December. ' ? ; 'Kiama Agricultural Association, '18tli December, 1879. ' Sir, — I havo tho honour, by direction ot tho President of, this Association, to forward to you copy of resolutions adopted at meoting ot Sydnoy Commission Agents anont tho 'Butter Ques tion,' held on the 11th instant, and to inform you that theso resolutions will be discussed at the next meoting of this Association on tho 30th instant, aftor which you shall bo made acquainted with any act...

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