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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 January 1880

? If you are a truo mail yoiB will fiiid it much easier to pleaso.tho world with your actions than to ploaso yoursjlf. i , A broom with .a heavy handle .was sent as a wedd.nggift to a biido with the following senti ment-:.-- \ ' ' This trifling gift accopt from mo, . It's use I'd recommend ; Iir sunshine uso the bushy part, ? In ; storm' the'othur ond.' The 'Children*. .'of Hum ^Dihxkbus.— Dr Martin, of tho Sal petriere'} , Tjaris, ha§ mado a sorios of ? intoi esting observations on nbrvous aifectiousainougthooffspringofak'oholicparonts. His rosults may bo summed up as follows : — Iir 83 families, ? in which one or moro members showed nervous excitability with a history of alcoholic I origin, there woro 410 childron. Of those, 108 — moro than a quarter had convulsions, and in tho year : 187-1, 109 woro dead; 2-1 1 wero still alive, but' 83;- i.e., more than one-third of tho survivors, wore opileptic. . How to Pjiixt Several Coi'ies of a Le'I'TEH. —A now proccss, by M. Chardon, is as...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Sydney Wednesday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 January 1880

Commercial Intulliircnee. [BY ELE0T11IC TELEGUAril.] , ? Svdnov. Wednosdav. 5 p.m..-. Maizo, in demand, at 2s 3d to 5s (ul per bu-shol ; prime lucjrne haj', £3 15s to £4 per ton; oaten hay, ^10 good arnvmg), £4 to £4 10s ; potatoes at £5 to £5 :10i; onions, £4 to £o ; butter, 3d to 3d per lb; eggs,' lOd to\l Id per .dozon ; cheese, 3.1 to 7d per lb j. hiicoti, 4d to (id ; lard, 3Jd to 5d : honey, 3Ad ; beoswax, 0.1 ; fowls, 3s 3d to 3s (id por pair ; ducks, 4s to 4s ?(id; geese, (js. ... .

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 January 1880

[j ? : ? : ? fc 'TJf7'ANTED, anyicjrfvo inte'liiront LAD. ti it drivo a vn Aana k o hiin«olf irenerally usoful. Applv at' /ho POST-OFFICE GHNE » RAL. STORED, N/vru. ? = ? , ^ , ? AKTED, todnir^ tt and p:^hGmifly, uReful*. ™ Apply to JAS. i&ONAGHiVN, GroouLills, Shonlhavon, / . . ... i , I'nltlin Caiitlnu. %/' \ LL-PERSONJ^ f mu^jP'oinoving STONE -l\. from, or ot/erv so ti#spassinK upon, my land at Nowra, ^(^ori ;hin^Jo, will be prose cuted t.) the utmost vi» ir of tho law. T. W. CAKWARDINE. _ Dec, 31,1870. Photography. MR; S. FLOI/I^ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO ifytJW OPEN at tho late resi dence of Mr. Cm/ jtnsWf Nowra, and lie is pro pared to rei:oive /rdors from his Patrons .in every Branch of l/o Art. OT/' CALL in / HUH SPF.CfjrFiN PIIOTO GRAPIIS, takefl in Shoalhavon and at Kiiiniii; ' Kl^dical. i , DR &OEY, L.R«jX'.,/joud., &o.,- ?TT'' ILL COMMENCE tho PRACTISE of his ..yV -PROFJiSSLffN on January 18,. INB0, at FOX-STKEliT ^noxmdoor to tho New Post-olIlco Buildi...

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Scotch Longevity. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 January 1880

Scotch Longevity. Some light might bo thrown upon tho problom of what conditions tond to tho prolongation of lifo (says MayfairJ, by tho 'Widow Macpliorson, who has Jivod for 105 yours, out of hor lifo of nearly 107, in tho samo turf hut, without a chimnoy, in tho Islo of Skyo, . biding hor timo whilo six lords of tho.islos havo como and gono. Surely thoro was nnothor old woman of Skyo who did ovon. hotter than this ; for is it not on record that Mary Innos, who diod in 181-1, lind arrivod at tho rospoctablo ago of , 1 27 ? Of courso I do not vouch for tho accuracy of tlio figuro ; but thoro sooms ground for tho notion that tho secrot of long lifo is known in.Skyo. Yot^tallc of contonarians I Lt is reported from PotlisJljiro that horo livos in .Coupar-Aiigus^jfh Vaged widow, Mrs.- Margarot; 'Duncan, who was born in 1773, whoso 'husband died sixty years ago, and who— as tho dato of her birth indicates— claims to havo livod through four roigns. At a young groon.-ago, : just six ; yoar...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 January 1880

(LOCAL. IXTKfiljIWJDiVCii. Tenders. — Tho tollowing tenders havo boon accepted bytheGovornniont, viz. :~M. O Vleura, contract 1 I, road, Moss Valo to Shoalhavon ; Doolan and itvan, contract 21, road Moss Valo to Shoalliaven. Mr. G.VRUETr, M.L.A.— It is rumoured in Sydney that it is the intention ot Mr. W. A. .Duncan- the pre oat Collector ot Customs, to retire ow^ng to continued ill-health, and that Mr. Thomas Garrett, M.P., is montioued as his prolmblo suc^e.isor. - - . Electoral Holl.— Tho local officers . of the police forco aroi now engagod in collecting the names for. tho electoral roll ot this district, and eaio by persons who aro outitled to a vote to see that their, names are inserted will greatly facilitate tho labour ot . tho collectors and savo some personal annoyance to voters hereatter. New Fishery. — Wo are nitormed that two stalwart seamen .put iu at New Bristol, Jorvis Bay,' last week; tor thopurpo Got establishing a fishing station in that neighbourhood. Tho, men ca...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Cable Intelligence. London, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 January 1880

Cable Iu(uSli|;ciiCL'. (From thc'Jferuld.) , London, Jniiuarv 8. It is understood that tho Sultan was person ally answerable for tho action of tho Porto in connection with the recent Mollnh iiieidont, and that, as it was feared ho was passing under Russian inilnonco, Sir A. H. Layard was com pelled to bring strong pressure to boar u; o;i him. . ? Tho duties' imposed under tho Gorman pro tective tariff havo been increased ono-third. As tho result of protection,. tlio Gorman shipping trade lias doelinod. Prince Bismarck, tho Gorinnn Ohani'ollnr supports the schomo for the formation of a com pany to roplacu Messrs. Godofl'roy's firm in the South Sea trade, but it is -. doubtful whothor the Reiehsrath will appmvo of it. Tho distress in Iroland is increasing. Tho Duchess of Marlborough's fund amounts 1o i'M.OOO, but tho subserijitions aro coming in slowly, as nil impression prevails that the Duchess's fund is intonded to roliovo tho Gov ernment of the. resp nsibilit.y of providing relief...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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An Ingenious Parent. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 January 1880

An Sngcnious Parent. A young man . who luicl long and dearly loved a beautiful girl on Warren Avenue, besought of lier. recently to nanio-tlio hnppy day, whioh sh a did with such fond, reluc tant, amorous dolay, that it would hardly have boon thought that slio had mado up her mind' when -tho date, was -to bo more than two months before, so soon as sho saw that ho really meant- this. Thoy accordingly ? waited upon tlio author of hor boing, and going down oil their lcnoes, acquainted him of the lay of tho ground, and besought of. him his blessing. : He was a.-'.practieal and' economical old man, v with a. mind 'fertile of resource, and when the young man had stammered that lieloved her dearer tliun liis life, and had a salary of 1800 dollars, and that he hoped — the old man caught up his trusty Toledo (0.) wnlking-stiok, and calling his prospective son-iu-law a mooned candi date for tho Presidency, and a niddle-binged unvindictive monomentulist, drovo him out of the liouse ; then. sei...

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The Shoalhaven Regatta Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 January 1880

The Shosilliaven Itcg'.itta Clult. ?TnE Comnutteo of thi abovena-nel club mot at ?Host Wol'.er s hotel, N.miba. lint night at 8, The President, Mr. F. W. Flatt, occupied tho chair. The niiuu'os of jireMous meotuig havinir been read and confirmed, tho . undermentioned entries tor the various events of tho 20th instant wore received. It will be noticed that several now boats are entered tor both sailing and scul ling races, and altogether tho competitors aro inoro nuniorou-' in each race. Mr. Berry lias | kindly confontcd to give tho use of tho Gimbolii lias ilagship if the M -yo.in is not, in pjrt, and ail i excellent dav's snort mav be exneuted : — Scull Race. . Barouot ;blue] — Jas. Kennedy , Chester \scarlet and blaci:) - D. Pollock :. . U rbauity (pink and black)— G. Ai in..tioiig. . Pair-Oahed Bace i ; Chester (scnr'et and b!ack)—D. Pollock Urbanity ^pir.k and black)— G. Armstrong r Breeza (blue and re I. — Z. Bice. ? | Double-Scull K.yce. . ?.???; Unknown - colours— -M. , Tlio....

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 January 1880

Shoalliaven SIiiit\ting Intelligence. I ARRIVALS. January 1. — Honviettu, (sclir.), from Sydney. ' * 3.— Hunter (s.), from Sydnoy. ' 6. — Rocket (s.), from Sydney. ' 7. — Hunter (s.), from Sydney. ' 10.— Hunter (s.), from Sydney. DEPARTURES. January 1. — Hunter (s.), for Sydney. ' 5.— Hunter (s.), for Sydney. : . ' 7. —Rocket (s.), for Sydney. ' 8.— Huntor (a.), for Sydney. ' 9. — Henrietta (schooner), for Syd noy; Promise (kotch), for Sydnoy. ? ' 10. — Moceyan (schooner), for Sydnoy. ' 12.— Hunter (s.), for Sydney. * ' ? , , EXPORTS. ? Per Huntor (s.), Captnin G. Walker, on tho let January, 18S0. To Sydney: 248 kogs but / ter, 82 bags potatoes, Go cheeses, 20 pig^, 25 cases eggs, 11 coops poultry, 2 hugs bacon, 1 bale and 1 bag wool, 1 cnlt',1 p. parcel,. 7 bags oystors, and sundries. To ICiawa : 7 baskets fish. Per Hunter (s.), Captain Walker, on the'Sth January, 1880. To Sydnoy : 94 bags maize, 18 bags potatoes, 15 kegs butter, 4 hags ovstors, 1 case honey, 1 hide, 1 saw, and sun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 January 1880

311a warm &»4-asai!ta Kavigntion . Conngsuny. S'J'EAMEJI'S TIME TABLE. JP ROM S n 0 A L II A V 13 N Holiday, -S ».m. ThuiMlay, 8 n.in. - FROM SYDNEY, Tucsilttyaaul I'l'iitay, at. 11 p.m. , All mcnls supplied during tlio passngos of tlio.. steamers free of charge. T)io Steam Droghors, undorchargo of Captain Buclianun, avo always plying ontliu Shoalhavon Rivor in connection with'tho' Sydnoy steamers. . E. MANNING. Cngll.sli, St'flttiNli, siiul Austritliaii Chartered ISasik. A BRANCH of this Bank is now OPEN at. XV NOWTiA, Shoalhavon, in temporary jivomisos, for tho transaction of all usual bank 1110: business. ? JOIIN DOWLING, , Mauagor. Sydney, 5 th Juno, 1878. :.??? ' Waiiteil to be Mnown. ? i ~\KT JONES, 'Collins-street,' Kiama, lias Wo'-. Horses and Voliiclos FOE JURE, lie is prepared to run botwoon Wollongong and Ulladullu. . , ' Abo, that ho is ft cash purchaser of Ilides and skins in any quantity. j D. LINDSAY DTMOCK, Auctioneer and Commission . Agent, J AM BEE 0 0. W. ...

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THE "Telegraph" ALMANAC FOR 1880. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 January 1880

THE ? ? (F c I f ii r a ji Ii ' ALMANAC Fon . 1 8 8 0. Containing the Days of Hip Moinh. the Risum and Setting of the Sun, and Changes ol the Mnon. ? ? . ? ? ? ? v. £|- i; 1 f -. .'I ' 'p ' /j — -? n JANUARY ? .'. J 123 1st. S. rises ,4*54, se|s 4 g (s 7 8 !l |n : 7'13. loth. Senses 5 (i. 11 12 I.) 14 15 lli :7 sets 7-J3. N. M. 12 Ii,lxii)2ii2l222d,-4 F. M 271 Ii. 25 2d 27 ^2'! n,j| FEHHITAin . . I 2 3 I 5 d 7 lRt, S..ri8 -5-2'i,: sots 7-5. 8 SI 10 ' 12 lit 14 . 15 K- 17 I.K j.0 jf;» ? . N.M.'lOth, F.M.JGth. 222321 -5 2ii27 28 - 29..... .;.r MARCH ? 1 ? 1 1 2 3 4 s (j 1st, S.-;rme« 5'19, 'sels 7 8 9 I' 1 1 )2 13 , i 6-35. . 151 Ii', S. risen fi 1.14 15 Ki I' 18 111 ??-()? sets 617. N. M. Hill 21 222321 2521. -j F. M 26th. 2829 -' J 1 ? APRIL ? ,1.. 12 3 1st, S. rises; :G' 14, set.-. ':4 ?5 0 -7 .8 9 10 5'54. 15th, S. rises .fi-24. U 12 13 14 15 Hi 17 ? sets 5-3fi iN . M. lOtli 18 in 2i'21 22 2 1 j.j, £.;F.; 252ii 27 2* 2il 3n MAY..,' ? t,:. ...1'. .1 i 1st, S. rises 6'3fl. tet~t2 3 ...

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Gardeners' Calendar. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 January 1880

Gardeners' Calendar. JANUARY. Kitchen Gakden.— Just prior to ah expected shower, turnips, carrots, peas, lettuce, spinach, and French beans may he sown on suitably prepared ground. Savoys, cabbages, and cauli flowers, should be planted out ; euro being taken that the strongest and healthiest plants only from tho bed aro chosen— let there bo a sufficient distance betwoon the plants — two-and- a-half feet is not considered too much by. some gardeners. Where practicable, sowing in drills is strongly recommended, the beds being long and narrow, so that in hoeing there need be no trampling on tliem. Flower GaR(1en. — Watering this month should bo sedulously attonded to— let it be done before sunrise or alter sunset; never when the sun is all powerful. Weeds will require keeping down, and tho hoe must be in irequont requisition. Dahlias, though -late, mav sti'l bo planted. Bulbs may bo profitably takon up as soon as the leaves aro withered, and -after careful and gradual drying in the sha...

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What a Woman can do. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 January 1880

:? What a Woman ean do. ' As a wifo and' motlior, ..woman can mako : tho fortune and happiness of lier husband ; ; and; children ; and, 'if she did nothing else, ? - surely this would be sufficient destiny. By hor thrift, prudence, and tact sho can se . euro' to her partner and to horself a compe tency in old age, no matter how small their . uegmning or now aciverse a rate may . uo theirs. By her choerfulness she can restore liei\ husband's spirit shaken by tho anxiety of business. By her tender care she can often restore him to health if disease has overtasked his powers. By her counsel and lovo she can win him from bad company if temptation in an evil hour has led him astray. By hor examples, her precepts, and hor sex's insight into character she can mould her childron, however adverse their dispositions, into noblo men and women. And, by leading in all things a true and beautiful lifo, she can ronuo, elevate, and spiritualize all who'^come within reach ; so that, with others of h...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Advice to Young Men. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 January 1880

MISCEIi&iAlSiEwVs. Advice (» Young Men. Remembeu, son, that tlio world, is oldor than yon aro, by several years ; that for thou sands of years it lias been full of smarter young men than yoursel f, and that whon thoy died, tho old world wont whirling on, and that not ono man in 10,000,000 wont to tho funeral or oven heard of tho death. Bo as smart as you can without squeezing tho packing out of your head ; shed the light of j'our wisdom abroad in the world, but don't dazzle people with it. s And don't imagine a thing is so simply, bocause you saj'ifc is. Don't be sorry for. \youv 'father because ho knows so inncli loss tlian you do : remember tho reply, of ? Dr. 'Wayland to tlio student of Brown University who said it was ? an easy onough thing to make proverbs such as Solomon wrote'. 'Make a few,' tersely replied the- old man. And wo never hoar . t^io yourig man , make any; not moro than ' . three anyhow. Tho world' lias great liocd of youug men.; but no 'greator need than ...

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Cable Intelligence. London Jan. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 January 1880

Cable lutvlliKMiVv. (Ii'nmi the Herald.) London Jan. 16. Tlio (steamship Strathlovon, from Sydnoy, ?with a cargo of moat, lins roacliod Suoz'. Tho moat is in oxcollont condition. The Eight Hon. William Honory Smith, First Lord of tho. admirality, in iiddi-ossing a Consorviitivd mticting' at Sutton said tliat tho 1 policy of. tho Government regarding Afghanistan would ho to adhere to tho Treaty of Gundamuk. It was intondod to aVoid annoxatioii, whilst holding cortain strategical positions. Mossrs. Baring ami liligniCroa havo completed thoir investigation ot tlio tinancial position ot Egypt, iind made a roport to tho Ifhodivo, who has accepted ' thoir recommendations. Joint controllers aro now arranging tho futuro organi zation of tho dopartmont. Jan. 17. Tho Times ropbates its appiwal of Mr. Ser vice's suggestion, which Would mako finality certain without resort to revolutionary cliaugos. If tho Council refused to accopt, tho Homo Govornmont would ho justified in intorforing. But Mr:...

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Execution of the Bushrangers Scott and Rogan. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 January 1880

Execution of the Busbronrgers Scott and llogan. The two criminals suffered tho extreme penalty of tho law at Darlinghtost on Tuesday last. The' Evneing News, in a long notice of tho'condemned and thoir ?domeanour prior to the day mentioned, thus graphically sketches the scene of the scaf fold at the time tho criminals wore executed — At fivo minutes past 9 o'clock this morning Andrew George Scott end Thomas Rogim stood1 on the fatal trap-door. . Their arms were pin ioned to thoir Bides. Ro?pn displayed greater ? courage than he has preivrusly shown. Death evidently had no terrors for him, for ho walked , through the passage boldly, and without the' slightest tremor being' visible in his frame. .catner xtyau was uiuai, usmuuuua in ma atten tions at this time, administering tho last rites of tne Church of Rome. Scott was very nervous, and looked round wildly when ho gazed his last on this oarth. When he saw tho assemblage he. muttered, ' AVhat do all those' people want Noither'of the ...

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POETRY. LONG AGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 January 1880

POETRY. . \ ? ,, ? ? ' '?LONG AGO. ^ On that deep 'i'otirfflfi.. shore ^ Frequent pearls (i| beauty lip, AA'horo tho passion- waves of yoi'o - Piorcolv boat and mounted high ; Sorrows that aro sorrows still , Lose tho bitter tasto of woo ; Nothing's altogether ill In tho griofs of Long-ago. Tombs ?whoro lonoly lovo ropinos, Ghastly tonomonts of tears, AVhoro tho look of happy sliririos Through tho golden mist of years ; Death, to thoso.who trust in good, v Vindicates his hardestvlilow ; \ Oh, wo would not, if wo could, 'VVako tlio sleep of Long-ago. Though tho doom of swift decay Shocks tho soul whoro lifo is strong, ? Though for frailer hearts tho day Lingers sad and ovor long — 'Still tlio weight will find a loavon, Still tho spoiler's hand is slow, 'Wliilo tho future has its hoavon, And tho past its Long-ago. Loitn Houghton:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 January 1880

'1X7' ANTED, an^ictjpe-dptolligorit LAD', to' VV drive a vnii/iii/ imko himself. gonorqllv useful. A.ppiv; at; gene- ral STORES, 'Nowra! ' ~\T/'AiS'TED, a AttVN, to li/flc, attend to dairy^ . T7 riiid- jnako/ii/i.solJLJ3(|»7fti'al]y 1 risolul. Apply to JAS. Cireorihills, Shoalliaven. / . . ' '? . .. DR. MOBY 17 TTAS CO^nn3^Kl) the pMCTISE of his JLX PROFESSION in Slioiilhttvoil at MOSS' CENTRAL HOTEL, Greonhills. 'A Photography. Z '|VP?''S. FLODIifS yiltj.TOGRAPniC IyJL V STUDIO is ]ffl-W/)FEN at llib lato rcsi donceiof Mr. Carl TMAs.ff Awrf. and, ho is pro pared to' rocoivo Ordor/ from his Patrons in every Branch of tho Arf. . , ttj»''0ALL and SEE SPECIMEN PHOTO GRAPHS; takon in Shoalhavon and at.Eiama. . MBS. (EOBSYm ^ - AVILI. 1'ItOVIDK #DINWER IN tweIbig tent ... Oii tiie Hegattai ? Day.' CATHOLIC PICNIC f Broughton Creek. APIC-NIO, Jithl thf usual SfOttlS, including HOR! El RACING,' etc;, for SADDLES,- BRIDLES &c., will (with the' kind periiiission of D. Ben -, Esq.), b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 January 1880

®i|:e 'cclcoraplr GENERAL PRINTING- OFFICE, i, -t Kinghorn-street, Fowra, Shoalhaven. THE oxtonsivo circulation secured f ov The Tckr/raph throughout ShorilhaVon and tho South Coast, rondprs'it of sjiocial valuo as an advertising modium ? ? -.- Tho OfHco is reploto with PLATlSr AND FANCY TYPE, BOUDEES; and ORNAMENTS, ? which. onablo tho proprietor; to oxecuto work in a stylo equal to any office in the colony; with tho utmost accuracy and despatch. ? ? The. JWriymj)// is published ovory TTIURSDAY Jfonn'ug, nt. six o'clock; and forwarded to ' all parts of tho colonios. j ,Ti:uiis oi' suiisciai'TlfJX. Yearly, in advanco; ? ? ? XI 0 0 ?; , JIalf-yoarly, in advanco ? 0 ]() 1; . 11 Qunrtorly, 111 luh.ineo - 0 (, On orodit,.iior quarter v. . . . .... . . v . .'V. , ; ... . ' (1 '(j-., 0 ' All accounts rendered quarterly. . -? ? Tho quril'tei's torminato on tlio : j 1 st IVCti rch, 30tti Juno, 30th Sojitombor, and (list Decdmbor. at; which periods only ciui subscribers doclino, by giving 01...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 January 1880

To our Subscribers. SUBSCRIBEBS to this journal not receiving their paper- regularly, will 'oblige by promptly communicating the fact to tho pro prietor, at the office of this paper. Appointment. MR. Cir.RISTOPJl.KE MURRAY, of Numba, Shoalhaven, has been duly appointed AGENT for the Shoalhaven Telegraph and Kiama Independent. All Orders for Advertise ments or Printing received through him will be promptly attended to, and his receipt for sub scription on account of either of the abovemen - ^ tioned Journals will be a sufficient discharge. ? * '? \ - JOSEPH WESTON, ' ? Proprietor . ' 1 Independent ami The Telegraph. ., Independent Oflico, Kiama, Nov. 6, 1879. ? The London Times of November 3, in an article upon tho last wheat crop, estimates that not lsss than £40,000,000 will be required to pay for wheat and flour to be imported to com pensate for the Bhort harvest. The fact that it was so short would increase the cost of the supply some £16,000,000 to £17,000,000 abovo tho avbrago....

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