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Central Shoalhaven Municipal Council. TERRARA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 March 1879
Central Slioallinveii mTunicipal Council. ' k Teukaiia, Wednesday, Maroh/19, .' » The Council hold its regular weekly, :m.eotmg at 3-30 p.m. Present — Tho full Councjjl. J Tho minutes of provious meoting woro con firmed, pro forma. correspondence. Outwards. — l. To the Mayor of Uowra on the subject of appointmout of delegates to confer about bost moans of representing Shoalhavou at tho Sydnoy International Exhibition. 2. To tho Minister for Lands, requesting that rosorvo No 33, bo placed undor tho control of tho Cou ncil. 3. To tho Minister of Justico and Public Instruc tion, applying' for grant for frco library. '4, 0, and 0. To tlio Nowrn, Numbn, and Brougliton Creek Councils, on tho sub ject of a public wharf at Groonwoll Point. 7. To tho Postmastor Qenoral, requesting that a sum of money bo placod on tho Supplementary Estimates for 1879 for tho purchaso of site and orection of post and telegraph ofllco for Torrara. 8. To tho Ministor for Works, suggosting tho erection of a publi...
Current Market Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 March 1879
? Cnrrevit Slaiket l'riccs. V Elour, £11 10s to £13 10s; potatoos, £4 10s to £6 0s ; maizo, 2s 9d to 3s Od por bushol ; buttor, -Id to 9(1 ; choose, 2d to (id ; bacon, 6d to 8d; pigs, 3.UI to ,4J(l per lb; calvos, 7s '0d to 15s ; fowls 3s 3d to 3s Od ; ducks, 3s' 3d to 3s 9d ; turkeys, 7s Gil to l is ; -goose, 7s Od to 0s Od ; .-xrr*. l' oi ton. 6 1. ? ? ? ? ? ? . ?
Agricultural Insurance. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 March 1879
Agricultural Insurance. Below will bo found an editorial whioh wo clip from tlio Sydney Mail o£ of a recent dato. Wo heartily recommund tho articlo to tlio notico of our farming renders, and think thoso ot thom who possoss valuahlo proporty in tho slmpo of crops, stocks, barns, &c., will do woll to avail thomsolvos of tho boon now placed within tlioir reach by the Mercantile Mutual Insurance Com pany, which is i-roHontcd in Slioalliavon by Mr. ' Bernard Brown: — 'If locking tho stablo door when tlio steed is lost ho a sonsoless proceeding, what sluill wo considor tho act of ono who sooks an insuranco offico aftor ho has lost his ' all ' 'byfiro? Now, in those days, tlio trador, tho sliopkeopor, or tho housolioldor, lias no ronson for trusting his ' all ' to chanco. . In- citios and towns insuranco offices aro to ho found whoro at least fucilitios aro offored to ward off the tracks I of that nitliloss dostroyor, firo. Evon tho farmor has opportunitios^to^msuro his orops^stjje...
DISTRICT NEWS. Broughton Creek Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 March 1879
MISTKICT STEWS. [TROM OUR COllRESl'ONDENT.] Brought on Creek Municipal Council Tho usual fortnightly meoting of tho Council was held oil Saturday last, lotli instant. Prosont — tho Mayor (Mr Lowis M'Intyro), Aldonnon Kounedy, Grey, Boxsell, Sharpo, Tindall, Kunklor, ' M'Kenzio, and MarOonoy. ' ~ Tho minutos of tho previous meoting woro read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. , Outwards.— To H; G! Morton, Esq., with I'oforoncc to having the fences removed in order that works may be commenced at Booking. Inwards. — 1. Erom H.. Morton, Esq., rolei-ring to tuo hoiiso for ferryman. 2. C. Irv'u ), r .quest ing tlio Council to oxpoud a sum of money ill making and oponing into tho deviation on tho Kangaroo road. 3. Two letters from Nowra Council, ono asking this Council to co-oporato and assist so as to represent the Shoalhavou dis trict at tho coming International Exhibition ; the otlior with roferenco to the ferry house. Moved by Aldorinan Groy, and seconded by Aldoruiiin Tindall, that corres...
Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 3 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 March 1879
IiitcIIigcncc; ( From Our. Telegraphic Correspondent .-j? , SYDNEY. 'Wednesday, 3 r.jr. IN' tho Logislativo Assombly, ,Mr. M'Elliono's resolution that it was undesirable tho Colonial Treasurer should bo a Bank Director, was nega te ed liv 23 to 8. « ; In Committoo of Supply £77,000 -was passed : for Prisons, ;;:£G8,0003^for Lunatio Asylums, £10,000 for -tlio Bogistrar-Gonoral's Dopart mont, £3,000 for Agent-Gonoiars Department, and £70,0 JO for Imniigiation. Tho Speaker road 'an apology to tho -IIou-io from '? Charles Kidman;'.oxprossing (loop rogrot '- lui-.ins iiiieniperauiaiiKtunjiisnriaoio expressions --' ' in tho Strangors Gallery a fow.'bvonings ago'. ' - . Tlio lion. -vl1. CasbyjiiYico-Prosidont of tlio ; M'dbourno Exhibition Commission, hits stated ?' that tho Victorian Govornmont liio piopiirod to 1 cmip'ototlioiailwaj fiomWo longatothe Mm ray — in t'.vo - months . so 'soon as , this . Govornmont I takes stoy3 toward}, complotion of Groat Sjutli- * - j' ? orn railway to Alb...
Central Africa as a Market for English Manufactures. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 March 1879
Central Africa as a Market for English Kasiul'actui'cs. The 'Times ' furnislios a report of ainooting, hold in tho Memorial Hall, Manchester, of gentlemen interested ,«in the Lancashire trados,' for the purposo of iippointing a coni mitteo which should' take steps to opeir up tlio interior of Africa to British commerce. There was a largo attendance, and tho chair man oxplainod that whatever might bo the causes of tho extraordinary. ..'depression of trade; ovory: one would agree that it was of great importance now markots should bo opened for tho reception of articles of British manufacture. He, and -other gontlemen with whom ho bad-been in communication, thought that a strenuous effort should bo made to ? cause - Africa- to bo our ' second India.' Tho speakor^who followed him said that Africa had fivo times the area of India, and, in tlio opinion of Mr. Stanloy, whom lio accepted as a good authority, it had a popu .'ltition'of- /from-' 350, OtfOi'OOO* ' to ^400, 000, 000.- Mr. Slunl...
Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 March 1879
Criekct Match. In view of tho approaching match with a Sydnoy team of players, at Eastor, wo believe tho vari ous clubs of the district joined in getting up a -contest between two of tho host teams the dis trict could furnish, tho married versus single match of .Saturday last boing the result. Prom t'no players thus got together, it was arrangoil to select an eleven, to do duty for tho district against tho Sydnoy toain. Tho match of Satur day last was played at Torrara, in MivLamond's paddock, and excited a, good. deal of interest. Some good play was exhibited on both sides, tlio single team, however; winning qiisily, as tho bowling of Messrs. Lovogrovo and Hewitt, seomod to be too good for their. opponents. 1 Tho' highest scoror was J. Glanvillo, with 20, Z. Bice next, with li), and tho veteran, A. Gordon, next, witli.17. The bat given to tho highest scoror, fell of course to' Mr. Glanvillo. After the match; a meeting was hold at Mr. A. Hyum's Yietoria Hotel, wlion a committee.' of...
[?]ven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 March 1879
? i on Shipping Intelligence. I EXPORTS. Tn-'rr (b.) Captain G. Walkor, on tho - I . a i'h. 1879, to Sydney : — 360 tags maizo, v ?- ii.i-isp'fitfoGS, 10 bags oysters, 9 kogs buttor, . l'i.'f '-a , (i tins honoy, 5 eases eggs, 1 coop choosos, 2 bundles W. ducks, 10 oz. ?- ???-?..? -ii- ? nndrios. To Kiama: 2 bags maizo, / ? -'nm, 1 caso. To Wollongong: 4,300 ?? v' -?-?. 17 bags maize. . trr (b.) Captain G. Walker, on tho iiu'i. 1879, to Sydnoy : 258 kogs buttor, ? ' \i.lzo, 106 pigs, 8 calves, 14 bagspota ? ? ' i'-es, lo cases eggs, 1 cask tallow, 1 ?v: ; — .i- : cheoso, 11 coops poultry, 2 cases : . - bacon, 2 packages leather, 1 basket ?. :i ? 1 sundrios. To Kiama: — 18 bags .? p'gs, 1 cbeoso, 2 bags potatoes, 1 ' * i Wollongong : 34 bags maize, 1 bag
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 March 1879
Illaworra gtcam Kavigation Company. STEAMER'S TIME TABLE. J}! It 0 M S H 0 A I H A Y E N, Monday, C a.m. Thursday, 8 a.m. FROM SYDNEY, Tuesday and Friday, at 11 p.m. AH mealy supplied during tlio passages o£ tho stoamors frco of cliargo. Tlio Steam Droghers, under cliargo of Captain Buchanan, nro always plying on tlio Slioalliavon River in coimoction with tlio Sydney steamers. E. ArANNING. ? Euglisli, Scottish, and Australian Chartered Bank. . A BRANCH of this Bank is now OPEN 'at JLX. NOWRA, Slioalliavon, in temporary promises, for tlio transaction of nil usual blink ing business. ? - JOHN D.OAVLING, ? Manager. Sydney, Otli Juno, 1878. Wanted fo lio Known. ~\T7' JONES,- Collins-Btroot, Kiama, has W i Ilorsos and Yoliioles FOR HIRE. . Ho is proparcd to ran botweon AYollongoug and Ulliuiulla. Also, that ho is a cash })uvchasor of Hides and elans' in any quantity. Mr. W. C. KINGy SOLICITOR, & c., KTAMA. 3). LINDSAY DYMOCK, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, J AMBER 0 0. ? W. H A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 March 1879
Public Notice. ' ' F.S ARMSTRONG, Pos tmastor, of ? ? 'imi, will roceivo OBDERS for J'MENTS or JOB PRINTING on ?ind all oi dors for such loft at his 'i lo 3 p.m. on every WEDNESDAY, *1 . i -.h prompt attention. JOSEPH WESTON. 1'rinting Office, ?xm.ra, March 17, 1879. (. . c . ' . - .iOALIIA VEN ADVERTISER, 1 -? vii every Thursday morning. * '.'ilSDAY, MARCH 27, 1879.
[?]deners' Calendar. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 March 1879
t. : /iiencrs' Calendar. MARCH. V ? ? ' uiden. — Some quick growing vario ' ( . -.i , cas may now be sown ; a full crop t i ? 1 1 \ may bo planted, caro being taken j' . ' ? tho ground thoroughly manured. . . bilge and otlior plants planted out .. ? ? : M!:th will need considorablo attention : 'lit injury from blight. A small .\ of onions for winter and spring v bo sown this month, and tho crop . y ripo should bo taken tip ; this direc ' i lies also to carrots. Earth un -. potatoes, &c, as thoy require it. I i i 'i.iipr seeds should be daily gathered. 1 ? ' ,u;t-]3N. — Keep tho weeds woll down, '''?ild tho weathor prove unusually dry, . to watormg, preparations for laying : v !? ? ordcu, such as trenching, pulverizing . . . may now bemade — lot dahlias bo ? m .inlv fastened to supporting stakes ; tho - i .''murk applies to similar plants. Tho . of bulbs should bo proceeded with ; v: ... ; '.''In may bo formed and plantod. On ' 'f rain, layer pinks, vorbenas, and -- - vl-iico...
MISCELLANEOUS. Collision between the Barrabool and the Bonnie Dundee. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 April 1879
mSCGXiliAHTElOUS. Collision between the Ilarratiool and the Bonnie Dundee. On Monday, tlio 24th ultimo, tlio Marino Board began an inquiry into tho circum stances attonding the collision between tlio steamers Barrabool and Bonnie Dundee on the coast near Newcastle on the 10th March, and by which five lives were lost and tho Bonnie . Dundee sunk. Tho finding of the Board was as follows : — 'Report of the Marine Board of New South Wales in the mattor of tho collision j between the steamers Barrabool and Bonnie /' Dundee. 'Whereas the Marine Board havo instituted an inquiry respecting the collision between the Barrabool and Bonnie Dundee, which took place on the 10th March, tho said Board now report that the said collision was causod by the wrongful act or default of Thomas Crawford, tho mato of tho steamer Bonnie Dundee, in having -committed a breach of tho Steering and Sailing Rules, by ordering the helm of tho said steamer first to be ported, and afterwards to bo put hard-a-starboar...
POETRY. DESPAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 April 1879
P© E T R Y. ? ? ; DESPAIR. Theiie is a sea by whose' dark waters flowing, No smiling flower, nor brightly verdant treo In beauty bright, hath human oye seen growing, Nor smiles of nature, beautiful to see. In its dark wavo, its bosom depth concealing, Is gloom of death, dopictured far and wido; While on its banks, like sepulchro doceiving, Its white rocks gloam,' abovo its ghastly tide. ? E'en thus my heart, enshrouded in deep sorrow, Like to tho waters of the Dead Sea's wave ; Cannot one ray, of hopo'sbright sunshine borrow, To bring tack life, and joy, but death — tho crave. M. Nowra.
Sydney Current Market Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 April 1879
Sydney twrrsut JEnrlii't I'riceN. I Elour, £10 10s to £l.'i 0s; potatoos, £-110 to £'(i 0s; maizo, :2s Od to ,8s Od per bushel ; butter, .-Id to 9d ; cheoso, 2d to od ; bacon, Gdto . 8.1 ; pigs, lid : to 41d per lb : calvos, fls': Od' ^^to 15s ; fowls !Ss (id to lis fld ; ducks, .'is !)d to -Is ; turkeys, 8s(M to 15s ; geoso, -7s Od to 7s (id ; eggs, Is 0.1 to Is 2d.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 April 1879
A ritETTY faithful index of tho state of tho stomach mid liver is tlio condition of tho kind. Tlio most prominent cause of shallowness nroindi gostion mul billiousness. lvidnoy diseases, closo confinement mid povorty of tho lilood all tend to rob tlio cheek of tho ru'ddy glow of health. - To regain lost colour and wlukt is much moro import ant, to roniovo tlio causes of discoloration mid wanonossof visiigo, chuck irregularities awl forti lizo tho blood with Udoldho Wolfe's ychiedain Aromatic Schnapps. — Adv. IIoli.oway'h 1'ilt.s. — Invalids distracted by indigestion .iiul discouraged iu thoir scarcli for itsromedy should inalto trial of this novor- failing mcdiciuo. A lady, long a martyr to dyspeptic tor turds, writos tliat Holloway's Pills mado hor feel as if a burdonhad boon takon oft' her. Ilorspirils, formorly low, luivo greatly improved ; her capri cious appotito has given place to healthy hunger, lier dull, sick hcaducho has departed, and gradu ally so marvellous a cliango has...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 April 1879
'pT!OAtTS^Ol!Y_ NOTE liOOKSJor^Salo at Ji the oHhu ot tin-, papi i.' A Ll, Nos. W 1 R E NAILS, ,'id ,pi4f J.\. lb. . , . J. Git MUX. L--' ??.-?;-l,0St,01Ill,0 ytoril, f / Nowra. LING FlShnf/LTNG FISH ! ! 1 X G . E I S II ,1 in fine ^condition, '! at J. GRliEX'S Post Oilicu Store, -i ' , '? Nowra. +\- ? ? ? ' ? 'M OTIC 53 W rj1JLUSKE:li«8 boon rum ing in 'my grass pad JL docks for some , djoi lhsi#t black unbroken 4 and uuhrauded E1LL»» mh^wliiinied and all expenses paid witliiiv 21 d lys' from, date, will bo Bold for same. . 1 . W. S. OKE. Yorriyong, March 21, 1 579. DfunlciiiiiUBistrk' of Broughton v h : CreeJi iuid II sinaderry. ; ? npENDERS will bo rei ived bv this Council JL , till; SATURDAY, I ho j^itli: instant, : at. noon, for tho following w rksffriz. For making a Deifition i till Road at Hoola glian's (Jaspers Brus l) Protecting Piles at Grigg Bridgo. i Repairs to \ Logging „ oar . G. M'liinnon's (Boolong. ; Specitications for , tlio-! bovo niay .bo sbonut tho Council Chamb...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 April 1879
IHARKIilRE!. Edwams — Baxter. — On tlio 25th March, at Christ Church, Kiama, by tho Eov. John Dono, Thomas, fifth son of tho lato Pilot William Edwards, to Ada, youngest daughter : of Mr. John Baxtor, both 'of Wollongong, k Mepa|Ii, AND . SHOALIIAVEN ADVERTISER. Published every Thursday Wonting. THURSDAY;8 APEIL 3, 1879.
DISTRICT NEWS. Broughton Creek. COURT OF REQUESTS. FRIDAY, MARCH 21. William Whitmore v. Cornelins Leary. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 April 1879
^5IS,a,S«Sl'3., HEWS. 4 [KKOM 0'int COllHESl'ONDENT.] . -/E3r-Kig!litojB C!r««h. COURT OF EEtiUIOS'L'S. Fill DAY,; MaUCH 21. B;:fok-: Afessrs. W. Stewart, A.' Iiovd, and G. Tate. J.l'.'s.) William AYiiitmoro x'. Coniolms Learx'. For trespass' of. .cattle in lus corn padifock on. . .the 4th ' '-March -dumiiHies, .bs....-J.)ufimdaut pleaded not: indebted. PlanitiiY being sworn , stated, that lie drove two head oi defendant's cattle to his house and claimed the sum of 8s, xvbicli he obiecteil to pay. Bv defendant: I di«l repair. my teneo; it is a sufficient fence. Verdict foi1 .plaintiff, xvith costs of court. ? Same v. Same. .For damages sustained to crops hx'. sox'eral hwtdof cattle oil the Kith imtiint, £2. I'lea, not indebted anil not sufficient fein o. / Whitmoro being sxx-orn. stated, that oil Kiindax- lie saxv cattle in lus. crop auil the rails- xvoro -down : tlio rails he xvelgod himsolt iitter the first trespass. For the deLenee. J; Learx'. sun of . defendant, (deposod. that o...
Think Again, I Pray You. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 April 1879
Think Again, X Pray You. . Queen Victoria was not 20 yoars of ago whon slio ascended tho throne. Coming into possession of power with a heart fresh, tender, mul pure, and nil hor instincts inclined to inorcy wo may bo Huro- that she found many tliiiigs tliat tried hor strongth of resolution to tho utmost. On a bright beautiful morning tho young Queen was waited upon at her palaco of Windsor by the Duke of Wellington, who had brought from London various papers requiring hoi' sigiiiturri to roudor tliem'. operativo. Ono of thom was a scmtonc.G of court-martial, pronounced against a 'soldier of tho Lino — thut sentence that I10 bo shot dead ! The (luoon looked upon tho pnpor, and then Iookod upon tho wondorous beauties that naturo had spread to hor view. 'What has this man done .?' sho asked, l'ho Duko looked at the paper, and replied, ' ' Ah, my royal mistress, that man, I fear, is incorrigible. IIo has deserted three times' 'And can you not say anything in his behalf,. 'my lord?' Wel...