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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

LOCAL IMfTJEIililG-EIBTCJES. Cnuncu or England. — Tho Eov. F. Elder, B.A., will (d.v.) preach at Nowra next Sabbath night at 7.30 p.m. The Eev. Mr. Eosowarn, one of the Wosloyan cloi'gymon of tho Shoulhavon Circuit, took his departure from tho district for Sydnoy, last Tuesday en route, for his destination us* a mis sionary in the South Sea Islands. Mr. Eoso warn was nn active and onorgotic worker dur ing his s'lort stay of about 12 months in this district, and leaves with the good wishos of many friends. Yalwal. — Tho Eclipse Company's manager, reports having cleanod the tablos on Saturday last, after putting through 35 or 40 tons of stone, tho result being 17b' ounces of amalgam. A miner not interested states that ' the stouo is good for 2 ounces to tho ton.' Tho stono now being crushed by the Eclipse Company's buttery it is said is dipping into tho Piunaclo Co.'s claim ; so that tho spirited proprietors of that claim may yet reap a golden harvest for tlinir heavy outlay. — Tho Pi...

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Agriculture. STATION, FARM, AND GARDEN. HARVESTING MACHINERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

SpMtet STATION, FARM, AND OARDEH. By ' Jojibdoioo.' HARVESTING MACHINERY. IBB harvoat promises to ba momorable lor the introduction o! harvesting rnaohinoB, even in 01003a ol those ol preceding yoara— whiou is saying not a littlo. In ViotoriB, quite a good deal of enterprise has . been manifest daring aevoralvoars in order «o supply the requirements of oolonial farmers; and in South Australia, several '.manufacturers hold a loading poBitiori lor the suitability and exoellenoe ol the harvest ?....'? ing maoUinoB turned ont by thorn. BritiBh manufacturers, too, are now awaking to the , Jaot, that the aotlvity ol AmerioanB has found ; for the reaping, and reaping and binding '' maohinea of tho latter, a wide and a growing , fifildinthooolonles. FortheAm.erioans,itmuBt be s«id that they have endeavoured to Bupply ' Buoh maohinee as the1 oonditions and require' ... ments ol oolonial farming demanded to an '; :extent whioh, apparently was overlooked by ''tlie British makers. That Colonial...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

Cricket. A ouioket match was played on Saturday, 5th November, at Oambewarru, between tho Cam bowarra and Broughton Creok cricket clubs, which, us will bo soon bolow, ended in a ratbor easy victory for Camberwarra. Tbo play on both sides was good, each cricketer doing tbo host for his club, and both winners and losors worn; iiomo mucn pieascu wim uio any s enjoy ment. Tho batting of Messrs. A. Gordon, It. Gordon, Eichardson, and Robertson, for Brough ton Creok, and of Mossrs. Frasor, W. Noakos, and A. Shepherd, for Cambewnrrn, dosorvos special mention, as does tho bowling of Messrs. Hooper, and W. Gordon for Broughton Crook, and Mossrs. Bice and Frasor for Cainbowarra. Che fielding of Mr. A. Gordon was a special fefi.ture in the play. The following are tlio scores : — ? '

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WHO WAS TRAITORESS ? A STOBY OF THE MOONSHINERS IN THE MOUNTAINS OF TENNESSEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

WHO WAS TRAITORESS ? A Stoby op the Moonshiners in the Mountains of Tennessee. Captain James Peters, ridihfj home from a raid in the moonshine counties, 'stopped at Jared's store, and asked for a drink.1 A jug was taken1 from the' shelf, and a finger's length of clear yellow whisky 'poured out. i 'No moonshine in this sto', you see, Canfcain;' remarked Mr. Jarnd. ?' ' Humph !' and the Captain's keen eyea glanced toward the loungers in and about the Btore. ' Eeokon if I took a' notion I could unearth some moonshine, and spot; some moonshiners not fur off.' j ' Captain, you musn't be too suspicious,' | Captain Peters only laughed. He was very good-humoured this mountain terror, except when, aa they would say, his blood jwaa up. Then it was as safe to meet a ptarving tiger. I ?' Seems to me's if yon had something on your mind,' remarked Mrs. Petera that Bame evening. | 'Ye-es,' said the Captain. 'I'm plagued about them Jared boys. I can't ketch them nohow.' j A knock at the door, and a...

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CAMBEWARRA C. C. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

i mm hi ''-it— nry^— tttt— — i i ?? » iii l--^T?IT*?^^ it — '^ri ' unrEsiwaw CAMHEWAREA C, C. II. l'mwr, r. lilulnirtlsoil, h W. G.mlmi ? S5 O. Sinclair, run out ? 0 blTnnpi'iv.., ? .'.., 0 A. irarviMHi, Ht A.Oonlnn . .. 0 blliKipiT ? 0 J. Mulhalliind, it A Goixlon . 0 not out ? , 0 V. tiico.Hl. A. rianlan ? 3 W. Xonkro, b Uunpcr ? 10 .?\. Noiiken, b W. (ionlon . 3 A. Mhcpliovd, c mul b Hooper 10 W. KielianN, b W. Gordon ... 0 not out ? 1 .T. I.mT. not out 2 TI . Criiiritxliiinkb, b VC Gorton 0 Sundries ? B Total ? 01 Total' ? 1 BROUGHTON CREEK 0. C, A. Onnlon, b 1'niscv ? 8 b Him ? °. P. nidmnlsou. b Fmicr ? 3 »t Nonkcs ? '? II. Thnmntc, 1- Fiiiwr. ? 0 bDlec ? i ? g ,T. F. Itnopcr, b Dice ? 1 bllloo ? J V. Oonlnn, bFiwr ? !t b Hire ? 3 A. Knomlon, o Sinclair, b Uico 0 bBIco ? 0 It. Onnlon, b Friwor ? :. 12 ; run out ? 3 \Y. Holwrtnon, o Khoplierd, b Sinclair ? 3 bPrnser ? 10 SinipHcm, I) Frtutor.:. ? 0 billed ? 0 TVttit, b Sinclair ? 0 blllco ? 0 JtGoIUirmi.notout ? 0 bllico ? 0 Su...

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WIDOW NAILOR, WIDOW TAYLOR AND THE KANGAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

WIDOW NAILOR, WIDOW TAYLOR AND THE KANGABOO. . (Bi A. Wanless.iu Detroit Free Pros.) An aula wile nvea in iiammermoor, And ahe wao fell and gjnoy ; Though banes were stiff she had a heart Ab lightsome as a laoaie. : Twa yoara bygana her auld jjuitiman' Grim death av/a had ennied. Now Bhe'd a thought, a glimmering thought, Sho might again got marriod. For meu wha lived amang the liills She didna' oare a bodle. Heoh ! she's awa to Edinburgh, As last as she oan toddle. She bent her steps owe'r the Nor brig, And when in the Lawn market, She climeti sax pairs o' weary stairs And at the door she hoarkit. She ga'e a rap, and at tho rap Soon answered Widow Taylor, Wha cried ' losh sake I preserve ua a' How are yo, Mrs. Nailor f ' Gie mo your hand, come your ways ben, My I my 1 how ha'o ye been ? Preserve us a', a sight o' you Is gutdfor my sair e'eu. 11 Gnid guide us a' this uukenl oa' Has Bet mo fair a jeo ; Throw sff yonr things, now Bet yo doon, And Boon I'll mask the ton. ' And hoo'B th...

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Court of Petty Sessions. TUESDAY, 8TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

Court of Petty Senslons. Tuesday, 8tu November. Befoiie Mossrs. H. G. Morton, B. Brown, S. Elyard, and John Glanvillo, Js.P., John M'Namnra appoared to nnswer a chargo by William Murray for assault and biting. Sonio old disagreement existed botwoon tho parties who woro formerly neighbours at Back Forost, and on tbo 31st ultimo, Murray boing at Groon woll Point, M'Namnra mado a violont attempt to injure Murray by striking him witb a chair, bo also throw him down and bit him on tho upper lip, at tbo camo timo using beastly threats. Mr. Eicbards, who appeared for complainant, offered to withdraw tbo ease if M'Namara would oxpross bis rogrot and pay costs, but this M'Namara, who seemed to bo labouring under somo violont oxcitemont, refused to do. Ho was fined 40s, 21s professional costs, 30s witnesses' oxponsos, and i)s cost of court, or ono month in Wollongong gaol, bo choso tho altor nntivo, and was removed ' round tbo cornor.' John N. Bradley pleaded guilty to illusiug a horso by rid...

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PARTNERS: A TRUE STORY. CHAPTER XXV.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

[?] ?X- /: :. A TBUE STOKY. BT\A GGUNTEY ATTORNEY ' r, CHAPTER .SXV.— {Continued.) ' ? Tho orowd had, by this timo, booomo quit0 exoitdd, and eagerly demanded of Sergeant Nailem to break tho door open and investi gate, tho mystery. But tho sergoant oonld not do it. 'It is not my duty,' said ha; 'it is, in faot — hom ! horn ! ultra vires, you understand, bovond, mv nowor : I find no provision for suoh a case as this— heoh I ' heoh ! — in ordinationibus, in tho regulations.' ?./'.Hang tho regulations !' said somoone in the orowd. 'Break the door opon,' cried another . excited spectator. 'Don't do anything rash, my good people, oriod the sergeant. Don't oroato a disturbance in tho.stroot, or I will have to arrost you. AVhoovor is iu that room, if ho will come out horo I will tako him in ohargo for using bad language in a public place ; but I oannot touoh him in thoro; it is against tho law, and contrary to tho regu lations:' Tho honest eorgcant had a hugo book in his hand, bound in cal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

63r Meetings to be Held. Good Templar's Lodge meets at Nowra, November 24, 1881 , at 7. p m, Crystal Spring Division, Sons of Tomporanoo, meets at the Temperance Hull, Torrara, on Tuos day, Docember 13. TerVara L.O.L. meets on Friday, [date not supplied by Socrotnry] at 7.30 p.m. Orkney and Shetland InIiuhIh and . Norfh-eattt Coast orEiiRlaiuI Mar iners' . Widows' and Orphans' Relief fund. WE havo to acknowledge tho rocoipt of tho undermentioned Subscriptions in aid of the abovo Fund : — Mr. .T. M. Glanvillo (Wagainia) ? 0 10 6, . J. Macloan ? 0 10 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

V.-Jll wi'i' i; ?..,.. !?'?..? u ^V*2.'*t2*Sff53«/' ''jlln«ar«a *ntea«» Nnvigatiou Company. TIME TABLE _ ,' . (Evm Monduj Tiiosdaj.iuul 3'roni Groom*, oil ( Monrtnt, b u m , 'L'ucsdn,-*, , .! ' I (Point i ?- [ ]) m , Thurhdaj , 8 a in , ' J' f' '', TAKES Cabiit, Sfls; Ketm-H (CaS-Sn), »«»S ', jNb 1'igs or otlioi Li\o Mock will bo eomo\ed by llio nlo.u«oi leaving foi Sjdnoy on Tuosdaj ?.nftomooji. - ,-rr r --i n manning, ir - - ) I {,, i i j ( r Mtinngei ?1; ? . ? ? 1 f ' ► Wankd to hvn Known. Wf JONES CoUws-Mii ot Kmmii, Ins r. Ucu-sos imd Vr hides TOR ITTItE , ' Ilo.w piqmu-d 1o urn between Wolloiigong and UJliKlulln (I Also, Unit ho ih u (. u,li i«utliasei of Ilidcs and bkinsm iiiYiiiuntil\ i7!). IlffDSAY BYMQCK, Auctioneer and, Commission »..'/' ' Agent, ' ' , ,T A ~Sl B Vj It 0 0 1 , / w. hall; , ; l General Commission Agent, l 'ji1 'AXD- .FROBVC'IS MJERCBtfAXTi ) i HO, Sisf;i\-siiLLr, STZLYA)' i Nil- Counhj OnKn '-noinpllj nttuuloil to Produce Merchant & General . -'t* ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

: No. doubt, by this time piost of our readers will have become acquainted with the upshot of the Milburri Creek affair iu the Assembly on Friday last. Mr. Baker was expelled by a vote of 71 to 2, Mr. W. Forster and Mr. 'Burclekin being the dissontionts ; and Mr. Garrett's political existence was saved, by ,. tho narrow majority of two, after a speech . by the accused in his own defence, described by old pressmen as one of the ablest and : most impassioned speeches ever delivered in ? any coloniallegislativo chamber. : Our space will not admit of more than a precis of tho circumstances in conxection with the most degrading fraud yet discovered in connection with colonial institutions. 'We commend: readers to peruse the evidence; then they cannot resist the blush of shame if . they retain the feeling of Britons. Had the Assembly acted with Mr. Garrett as it did with Mr. Baker, the character of tho country would . have been to some extent upheld in the eyes ? of the world. But shrewd ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

MEAT II. Gianville.— At Sydnoy, on Novorobor 12th, ' Joseph, youngest soil oE tho lato Mr. Henry Glanville. Aged 25 years. ? . ' ' THE 'i ^SHOALHAyEN TELEGRAPH : Published every Thursday Morning. THUBSDAY. NOVEMBEE 17, 1881.

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Poetry. LOST, A BOY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

^j%:.....,v. ..:?;; ? — -~ — _?'?'': v ?;', — — pbV :. host, A BOY.: . Hb wont from the old Homo hearthstono /„/' Just twenty years ago, , A laughing, rollicking follow, r-; .Mt would do you good to know; j.Sinoe then wo have not Boon him, ;'?'? . Andwo say with a namoleBB pain, -.;? ,The,boy that wo knew and lovoa bo [', : We shall novor see again. ?One bearing the name wo gavo him 1 Comes homo to ua to-day, : But this is not the dear follow ??a' Wo kissod and sent away. Tall as tho man he calls father. ' With'a man's look in hia taco. Is ho who takes by tho hearthstone Tho lost boy'Boldon place. ? . Wo. miBB the laugh that made music,. Whorevor tho lost boy went ; This man has a smile moat winBOino, Hio oyos havo a grave intent. We know ho iB thinking and planning ? ? _:' , His way in the world of men. And wo oannot help but love him, : ; Bnt we long for our boy again. We are proud of this manly follow Who comes to tabo his placo, With hints of the vanished boyhood In his earnest ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

IIolloway's Ointmbkt and Pills.— lthou matism and rhoinatic gout aro tho most dreaded of all disoasos, bocauso their victicms know that thoj^ aro safe at no season, and itfc no ago soenro. Ilollowiiy'.s Ointinont, aftor fomentation of tho painful parts, givca1 grantor relief than any other application,1 but it must bo diligently used to obtain this desirable losult. It has been highly commended by rhoumatio subjects of all ages and of both sexes for ronderinsj their attacks loss froquont and rigorous ; and for roprosaing tho sour porspirations and soothing tho norvos. In many enscs moving rhoumnlism and rhou matic gout which hod assailed poroons provioiisly healthy and in tho primo of life. — Adv. ?'Xo jient up Utica contracts our powor-s1' may bo truly snid of ono ot' tho mo^t invaluablo preparation oE modern times, for its sales aro not eonfinod to any particular sphoro, butuxtoud ovor all tho quiutors of tho globo. Orders aro boing constantly received from remote .sections, and i...

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MISCELLANEOUS. The Milburn Creek Company. Report of the royal commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

?MISCBIili A MEOWS. ?The Mllburn Creelt 'Company. Ite ' port of the 'Royul ComniisHtoner. The report of tho Royal Commissioner, Mr. J. E. Salomons, Q.O., appointed to inquire into tho distribution of the money voted to tho Milburn Creek, Company,- was laid boforo tho Assembly ln§{,ThiirBaay,\vpek. Tho following is a summary of .the report :— ? ' : ' . -?!'} '::;'.. GENEUAL STATEMENT. After referring to tho appointmonfc of tho Eoyaj Commission and tho amount voted, tho roport says — Tho'said sum of £17,198 8s 3d was paid by th0 Government into tho City Bank, Sydney, to tho credit of tho throe trustees of tho company— Mr. Hzejuol' Aloxandor Baker, member of tho Lcgis lativo Assembly, Mr. George Walker Wnddell, and'' Mr. Chnrles Mathioson, on tho 3rd May, 1881.. All tho cheques drawn against tho said credit have been drawn and signed by Mr, iBakor, Mr. Waddoll, and Mr. Mathioson, as Buch'tru6teofl. Out of this vote of £17, 199 only £8558 6s Sd has boon applied to tho paymont of a divid...

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Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY, MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

COinmorcinl I«teII«K-inee. goudi Const and '*,Ve«t Camden Co operative Company (Limited). Sydm.y MARicrr Priobs. £ b. d. £ s. d. Buttor, boit, per 1b 0 0 0 to 0 0 8 Ditto, ioconds ditto 0 0 4 0 0 5 Bacon/ditto , . 0 s0 0 „ 0 0 7 k Ditto heavy andrough 0 0 4 „ 0 0 G (V Chooso, (scarce) ditto 0 0 Ii } „ 0 0 8 ?' V Ditto 2nd and infon'Vi 0 0 3',, 0 0 G vr Pigs (alno), each w 0 15 0 „ 1 10 0 1 -CaKos, difto .050 „ 0 15 0 ! Ilidos, each 0 10 0 „ 1 5 0 Calfskins, oach 0 10 „ 0 1 G Tallow, poi ton , 2.5 0 0, „ 1 25 0 0 ? Miuto, poribushol. 0 4 0 ,, 0 0 0 Whoat, poi buihol 0, 5 G „ ,0 G 0 Barloy, (English) 0 2 9 „ 0 3 3 Ditto, (Cape) ditto 0 2 0 „ 0 2 9 Oats, aitlo 0 2!) „ 0 3 G Potatods, poi ton 5 0 0 „ 6 0 0 Hay (oatou) dittp 4 0 0 ,, GOO Ditto(lucorne)ditto, 2 0 0',, 300 Fowls, por pair 0 10 ,, 0 4. G Duoks, ditto . 0 4 6 „ 0 5 0 Geuso, ditto 0 6 0 „ 0 8 0 Turkoys, ditto Q 8 0 „ 0 1G 0 Lggs, poi do/on , 0 0 10 „ 0 0 11 Commoicial Stoics, Sussox-stioot, Sydney, No\omboi 15, 1881.

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Shoalhaven Mails' Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

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Cup Day in Victoria. THE LADIES' COSTUMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

Cup Day ia Victoria. THE LADIES' COSTUMES. The special correspondent of the S, M. Herald gives an admirable pen sketch of tho scene at Flomington course, Melbourne, Victoria. It is too long for our columns, but wo make a short extract which may be interesting to some roadors:— . ? v The ladios drosses were a real joy. Speaking comprehensively thoy wore lovely, and so wore ! tho ladios. Speaking critically, thoro was ad- , mirable taste shown, and very little eccentricity, j The dresses wore artistic, poetical, expressive, I and suggostivo ; their colours woro inlinito in kind, degree, and tono; but with vory fow oxcop tions thoy woro most agrnnably liarmonioiiH. In iv gonoral wny, tho colours wuro snfl. anil bland nnd tomlor ; and ovpu weie the pilch was high it wau puro and well-balanced. Tho tints woro niassod, hardly ovor jumbled ; thoy ocohed tho sky, tho llowers, tho grass, the lunvcs, tho far off mountains, tho singing brook, the munnur 111!,' sea, ami, buttoi still, they linu...

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Parliamentary Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

Parliamentary 8uininary. ? ? ? ?? v ( From the. Herald. ) In tbo Locislativo Council on Thursday, sovoral bills woro finally dealt witb and transmitted to tho Assembly, among them boing tbo Trades Union Bill, On tbo motion of Mr. Do Salia, tbo House' rosolvod that so soon as public business would permit, tho. Government should endeavour to offoct somo rotorm m tho administration of Inw and equity, ao as to ronder proceedings in courts of justico, loss dilatory, less oxponsivo, and moro conclusive than tboy are nt present. Tho amendment mudo by the Assombly in tbe Eing barking Bill, fixing tho rato per acre at which compensation for ringbarking should bo paid at la 3d, wus agreed to, and tho House thon ndjournod. As soon ns the Assembly mot, on Tuosduy last Sir Henry Parkos moved that tbo Commis sioner's report on tho Milburn Crook inquiry should bo taken into consideration, nnd tho motion having boon nssontod to, tho roport was Toad by tho clork. Thn Speakor then mled that tbe membe...

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Nowra Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

; ''Afowra Muiiiiiipul tomiwiJ. Tint 'usual fortnightly mooting of tbo abovo wa.i hold at tko Council Chambovs on Tuosday, Novombor 3th, when tbo following mombors woro prof out: Tho Mayor (Mr. J. Groon), and Aldermen Moss, Wuison, Monnffbun, and Elyavd. Council went into coinmittoo of Finance, and on resuming tue report was adopted, and tbo undermentioned sums were ordered to bo paid :— F. Sidnoy, £4 4» ; W. Spain, lla ; F. Mooro, 2s ; C. Graham, Is 4d ; T. Barrett, £3 : W. Chidloy, £2 10s ; Government printer, 10s ; Superinten dent bye-laws, £3 10s; Council Clerk, £7 10s; Brpnghton Crook Council, gharo of proceeds of sale 'of punts, ferry houso, otc., £23 10s 4d. Minutes of previous moisting were road and confirmed. UEl'OKTS. ?? Tlio Mayor reported vorbally that Mossra. A, Wolf, and W. Smith, whoso tenders woro of equal sums for tho construction of bridgo over tho Currumbono Crook at Nowra Hill, and whom, it had boon arranged at tbo provious mooting should draw for tho work, had c...

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