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The Deaf Hearing by Means of Their Teeth. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 February 1880

The Deaf Blearing I»y Means of Their Teeth. Mr. Richard G.. Ehodes, of Chicago, has invented an instrument^ by which tho deaf, or certain classes of deaf persons, can hear by means of their teeth. This instrument, which he calls the audiphone, consists essentially of a diaphragm of hard rubber, somewhat similiar to the diaphragm of the telephone, and of a peculiar constitution, j The diaphragm,, is thin and elastic, it is cut in the form v of ^'a square with rounded corners, so as to present a collecting surface nearly a square -foot in extent. For con venience it is provided with a neat handle ; and in this form might be mistaken for a Japanese fan. When used, the diaphragm is made to present a ccjjivex surface towards the speaker,^ two 'opposite edges being drawn slightly towards each other by means of a silken cord. The convexity may be dimin ished or increased as may be found best. When thus adjusted, the upper edge is pressed firmly against the interior edge of the upper teeth„...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 February 1880

Tiie nuclous of tho comot was soon from tho Molboumo Observatory lust Monday night, but it will probably bo throo wooks boforo thoy dis cover anything regarding it. A TEi.KGHAM from Nowcastlo to tho JCcho states that last Tuosday a long obituary notico nppcarod in tho local daily nowspapor of Dr. Glonnio, of Singleton ; and, whilst his nunioi-ous frionds in tho district were sorrowing ovor his dojmrturo, a tologram arrived at tho ? nowspapor ofiico from tho gonial doctor himsolf, asking thom to ' con tradict tlio article announcing my death— I am . in oxcollont hoalth.' The Echo romarks: — Tho business ; in In solvency is, unfortunately, in a. flourishing con dition. ? It was stated last Thursday by tho Ohiof Commissioner that tlio numbor of insolvoncios up to tho prosont timo this yoar was 102; wliilo thoro woro 800 last year, that numbor boing 140 moro than tho previous yoar. An awful carcor of crime, an exhibition of juvonilo dopravity which would have astonished I tlio country, ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Raising the Wind. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 February 1880

ISaising- the Wind. ( From the Otago Times, January \Z-.) Foil some weeks past an interesting- pair might have^been seen walking to and fro, up and down the sif^urbs and vicinity of the city, havittg^atj ti]o's§ia forlorn appearance, at others bright *hnd lithsome ; for although one of them had by some means lost an arm, and his mate had* his face sorely indented with the small-pox, yet on- tho whole they ''appeared to be courting introduction to certain circles of society, .and so they were. As .accomplices they held the high iinci'flnn 'nf flA-nmnn irjfni»n--nvo on/1 ii'fli'/i smelling out slVgr^jjjr shanties. In tlioir. efforts they worn, ermnently successful,' as over a score of convictions were bound-to crown their efforts up to, a given date; -but thoir mission, aim, and intention was to do a score apiece, and as a reward they would pocket 100 sovs. each. Gotting hard-up for ' tho needful,' they appealed to the inspec tor to advance- them \' a fiver' on the security of .-tl^ii...

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 — 26 February 1880

LOCAL I STTKIjIjICtE AT C.E. I To Correspondents. — J. G's. selection and contribution will find a place in our next. Appointment. — It is notified in tho Gazette that Dr. Charles William Lacoy, L. R. C. P., L. ; M. R. C. S., E., is to be additional vacci nator for tho district of Slioalhaven ; and Dr. J. H. Caird is to bo additional vaccinator for tho districts of Kiama and Shoalhavon. Held Over. — Rov. K. A. ^ Corner's letter resnectinc Judsro M'Farland's and Mr. T. M. Richards' observations on the caso A. De Mestre v. Chaseling. Reports of Central Shoal haven and Nowra Municipal Councils, and meeting of the committee of tho Shoalhavon A. and H. Association, together with other articles. Temperance. — Wo understand that arrange ments have been mado for the establishment of a division of the Sons of Temperance Order at Milton during tho latter end of tho present week. Tho veteran apostles of Toinperance, Messrs. J. Caldwell, and C. Cousins, of Kiama, are to be the deputy from tho G...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. The Candelo Butter Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 February 1880

[?] ? TheCandelo Butter Company . yj'rum the Jictfti Standard.) One of the^m'Sst itnporjjint industries ever iiitrocTuCoc? into tli i svcCfetr l^t 5b 1, lio packing of butter for oxportas carried on by Messrs. A. J. Cook and Co., at tlio Baroona, near Can delo. Year after year tlio supply of butlor arriving in Sydnoy from tho country hangs - . a drag during tlie summor months ; tons go ? to waste or to the soapboilers ; and tho result is often a return tliat barelj- pays iroigut ana cnarges, to say notamg ot the labouihand eacpense ^producing. It lias boen tlic&liabitfos soon efi tho Iceg is full to . hoad it^juj'lt ancj^jtift' to'^e steamer, after , which it is\left to the tender mercies of Sussex-sti-oot. If the market be brisk tlio , ? . account sales come back in good timo, but ? whon it is a drug the returns are tardy in arriving, and not worth mucli when thoy do ? arrive. It is well-known that mucli of tlie buttor that goes to Sydney has to be * 'exported, but of this ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shoalhaven A. & H. Association's Annual Show. FIRST DAY.—THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 February 1880

Slioalhaven A II. Association's Annual Show. First Day.— Thursday. The annual exhibition of tho Agricultural and Horticultural Association of Shoalhavon, as notified, came oil at tho Society's Rooms, Torrara, on Thursday and Friday last, the 19th and 20th instant, and was without doubt, tho most successful that has boon held under tho auspices of the society. For some days bofore those for which tho show had been announced, rain fell in torrents ; and such was the state of the .. roads, and the appoarance of the weather on the v.18th, that it was supposed the rain would altogether mar ovory prospect of succoss. \Towards the sunset of Wednesday, however, the. clouds cleared oft slightly, and Xnursday ? morning brpught exhilirating weathor. The roads speedily dripd, and the exodus that poured towards T&rcira from pyery part of tho district told cleafiy th«4J}i-3 ardour of tho good folks of Shoalhaven isr^^Jo bo cooled by a fow showers when their ontmR&gni has once beon...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POETRY. The Three Deaths. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 February 1880

. P OiE TRY. ' The Thre&Deaths. Lai i the dead^Kojte ataid^5k flowers to rest ; Smooth tenttfffiS'tlio daiSeH tuvf abovo it ; 'Wntcli by the grave by memory's rays caressed, ' Rocalling how wo used to guard and lovo it ; Prom its sweet dust fresh fancies may awako, Till a now drenm its gojjtle somblanco take. Though passionate tears fall fast as summer rain, Where the dead Lovo lios in otornal sloop ; . Though lifo and joy may novel- wear again Tho glory buKed with it, dark and doop ; , .7 ust for that dead thing's unl'orgotten bliss, A chitstoned.gJuH-m^iiay soothe a watch liko this. .. But whon tho shi-ino whoro wo havo garnorod up *' Trust, prido, dovotion, shivers at our foot; ? ' Whon poison, lurking 111 tho loving cup, Turns into stinging gall what was so swcot; What solaco broods above such bitter death ? What future comforts us for murdered Faith ? — All the Year Mound.

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THE JUDGES' DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 February 1880

THE JUDGES' DINNER. Tlio judges' dinnor in connection with tho Shoalhavon A. & HI' Association was hold in Mr. A. Hyam's fino hall, and vory punctually at 7 o'clock, p.m.; about sovonty {jontlomoii sat down to an oxcollont sproad provided by Mrs. M. Waikor. Among tlioso prosont woro J. j M'Elhono, tlio lion or ' tigor ' of thollouso, Mr. Roseby, each of whom created an influonco by their prosoneo and spoochos. As soon as tho various viands had boon dono justicp to, tho fruit was put on tho tablo, and an , ominous rapping from tho hoad of the tablo aniioiincod that tho true and most important businoss was to bo attended to. Silonco boing obtained, Tho Prosidont rose mid proposed tho ' Hoalth of the Quoon.' This was, drunk with tho usual nccompanimont of it roally woll sung vorso of tho.favourito and boautiful antliom. * | Tho President then again roso, and said— 1 Goritloinon, you will obligo in again charging 1 vour glasses. Tho toast which you aro to drink is. tho ' Health ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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A Skating Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 February 1880

==^=^^^==^== j; A Skating: Story.; It was just twenty years ago yestorday, sava, lloid Gordon, that a party of us follers want over to Bergon Creok on a skatfng matchv The day was colder than ton icebergs, the ice smooth as glass, and we- mado up our 1 minds to have a hoap of fun. Billy Berry was the leader of tho crowd. He was a tall six-footer, full of pluck, and tlio best skater in creation. Givo Billy a pair of skates and ho would mako a trip to Baffin's Bay and back in twenty-four hours, only stopping long enough at Halifax to take a drink. 'Well, wo got to tho creek and fastened our skates on, and aftor taking a good horn from Joe Turner's flask, started off in good style, Billy Borry taking the load. As I was telling you it was a dogged cold day, and we had to skate fast to keep the blood lip. Thero was little air-holes in tlio ice, and every now and then we would come near going into them. My skates got loose and I tried to fasten 'em. Just as I had finished budding the stra...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SECOND DAY.—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 February 1880

Second Day.— KIiiday. Tho woathor 011 Friday wa:|oxco])tionally fino, and tlio riumbor of visitors about double that of the first day — about luOO. Tho principal sourco of attraction 011 this day. was tho judging of saddlo liaeknios— gont's and lady's—buggy horsos, and .hunters, , poiiios, etc. Tlio judgos, Mossrs. Williams'- (Queensland), E. Johnston' (Jamboroo), and Jamos Murray (Yatta Yatta), rosumod thoir task at 11 a.m. Tho stewards called in tho, gont's hudknios, of which twonty-six had boon ;ontored, bilt only fiftoon ciinm to tho trysting ground. These woro a splondid lot, and any of , them would command attention 'for.- saddlo purposes. Aftor carefully obsorving thoir stylo and pacos, the judgos solootod for close i' scrutiny throo which woro callod in as undor: Mr. 6. T. Osborno's ,b h 'Kingston,' by 'Old Kingston,' Mr. Jamos /Monaghan's cli li Prosidont ' by 'Trump Curd,' Mr. P. Morton's bay. Mr. Jamos 'Monaghan's was awarded; first prrizo for his oh Prosidont,, A[r. O. T...

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Poison in Tins of Fish. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 February 1880

Poison in Tins of Fish. . ,,-In noticing- the sufferings of a family who ? had eaten some tinned salmon, a correspon dent of tpe Brisbane Courier says : — ' Symp toms of the kind described by you in the ' ' Courier of this morning will be recognised by many persons in addition to those who . have partaken of tinned salmon. All who use tinned goods,' tinned fish especially, are . ?. liable to attacks of the same kind, and, in I ' .cases, to much more severe attacks. They - -are not due so much to the quality of the fish, for there can bo but few people who ? . would eat of fish in a tainted or a doubtful ? state. The danger arises from the presence of load in the tins; and that may be dis . solved either from the solder or the tin itself. . . .There is, from fish, an acid engendered, undor certain conditions, which must have a ? ? ? more rapid dissolving effect upon load in fish * tins than is usual with other substances. . Jam tins have also been found in a danger ous state, and cas...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 February 1880

For Pri /ate §aBe, A STYTjISH SadJli HACKNEY, by Trump JL i. Card, dam bjIS r flerci^es out of Lady Maiy. Unsurpassccl i ir stylo and pacoa. Apply at tho ollico of this pa er. , « Pinafore. ' 17 OE SALE, YjllJY CIIEi«- availing ; , BOAT ' I' I without ? , Goar. Si)londid Ei/iing BoatT App^to / JOHN MACLEAN. Nowra, :23rd Eepruary. Anniversary of Mowra r Wesley^iai .CSnun-cJi. rriHE EI5V. GEOl&l/vOOLNOUGn, M. A.', X will PlJilAfiEr/n EASTER SUNDAY. A ..TEA-MEEmKf /il^Jje^tfeld on EASTER MONDAY. Mr. ^iOOLNOUGU will dolivor a LECTURE after /io Ton. Eurthor particularis . in a futuro issuo. / , . MUSIC.' ^ 1* yrE. M. MARTIN bogs to notify . tho Public; that ho intends to VISIT EAMILIES in tlio SHOALHAVEN DISTINCT for tlio purposo of IMPARTING INSTRUCTION in tlid PIANO , HARMONIUM, and SINKING, in accordanco with tlio ? oxprossKl-tfish./-f sovoral Ladios and Gontlomon. | / / ' Mr. MAETIN wislio/fiu'thor to stato that he has had CONSI.DTiRiyM^BXl.^ERIliNO.E in TUITION in EM3IAND; b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 February 1880

|®bc iefegrajjlj, AND SHOA LHA VEN ADVERTISER. Published every Thursday Morning . THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2(i, 1880.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 February 1880

lilawarra Steam SavignH»ti Gwmg-any. STEAMEltS TIME TABLE. .-??JP BOM SHOAL II A Y E N,i Monday, « a.m. Tlnu.sdiiy, 8 a.m. PROM SYDN13Y, Tuesday and Friday, at 11 p.m. ; 'All meiils supplied during tlio passages of tho steamers frou of cliargo. Tho Stoiun Drogliors, undercharge of Captain : ' Buchanan, aro always plying 011 tho Shoalliavon llivor in connection with tho Sydnoy steamers. 13. MANNING. KIng'liHil, ScoUIsli, mill Australian Chartered ISanl:. A BRANOH ol' this Bank is now OPEN at X JL NOWHA, Shoalhavon, in: temporary, promises, for tho transaction of all usual bank-, mg business. JOHN DOAVLING, ? ? Manager. :Sydnoy, 5th Juno, 1878. Waiilvd tu J-c JCiiown. '\T7~ JONES, Collins-stroot, Kiama, lias VV . Horses and Aroliicles FOR HIRE. IIo is prepared ? to run hotwoon AVollongong and Ulladulla. : Also, that lio is a cash purcliasor of Hides and skins in any quantity. D. LINDSAY DYMOCK, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, J A M DEEOO. W. HALL, General Commission Agent/' AND i»K.O...

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Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 February 1880

I Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Potatoes, £3 10s por ton; onions, £3 to £4; maize, 2s 3d per bufhol for best lots ; butter 9d per lb, difficult of sale; eggs, Is per dozen; fowls, 2s 9d to 3s por pair ; ducks, same price ; geese, 5s to 6s ; turkeys, Gs to 12s.

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 2 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 February 1880

I Telcgrapliic Intelligence. [from our corkesfondext.] SYDNEY. Wednesday, 2 r.sr. Yesterday, Mr. Ilozlott, tho now mornbor for Paddington, took tho onth and his soat.--Mr. Pilchers motion to rescind the resolution of the House prohibiting Civii Servants from acting as directors or auditors for public companies, ?was negatived by 32 to 8.— Tho Tramway Bill, introduced last night, authorised the Commis sioner to construct tramways from points along any government railway to places distant not more than 20 miles therefrom for convoyanco of passengers and luggage, or from any othor point or place to any quarry or other workings for procuring materials for any tramway Com mmsiunur can jusumu uuy iuuu 1 (.'41111 UU iui tramway purposes. London, Fp^-. 24th.— Home Rnlors continue to impede business in tho House of Commons. Tho Government havo invited tho House to deal with tho matter. Sir Stafford Northcoto gave notice of motion that any membor obstruct ing tho business would be punished by...

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Femininties. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 March 1880

IFeiiiiiiiiiUew. A young lady in Brooklyn calls hor boau a spark from tho wires, bocauso ho's a tolograph .operator.' - now papor, called (fioman, has boon started in .Paris. Its mul^lis! ^ill undoubtedly bo largo if its make-up^ aw'aeti^i ? Tho first man was AduM wn't it? Yes. Woll, thon if tho first mau'wasfiVdanj, thon the first woman must havo been Maaam. jj \ ; . A Wotzel country girl says ono hug.isf'worth! a dozoii ? lovo lottore. Thoj' cannot vbp' intro- duced as ; ovidonce in a breach of promise sjuit, either. ? Givo a girl long eyelashes and small hands and she will put up with No. 6 foot and marry all round a curly-headed girl wearing one's and a half. ; A sentimental young man thus feelingly ex presses himself : ' Even as nature benevolently guards tho' roso with thorns so does she endow iwoinon with pins.' Tho Providence Press tolls of a lady in that city, who, after attentively examining a bust in a' window, eagerly inquiradA' And who was this T'orra Gotta, anyway ?'V ...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY 2 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 March 1880

Telegraphic Intelligence. [riiOH OUR CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY. ?????.?.A 'W-RTYWT'.RTIJV 9. T- Hr Mr. Cameron's motion to suspend immigra , tion foi'tlio present year fell through, the speaker ? l-uMng the motion out of order, as it rested on ? an -anticipate decision of the House upon the item which was on tho estimates. — Atamooting hold last night in the School of Arts, for the ? purpose of considering desirableness of opening . tho roading room on Sundays, it was proposed .. to authorise tho oponng of the room, but tho state of the meeting was such as to render any ? vote unsatisfactory. A po'l was demanded, but could not bo carried into execution. London, March 2. — Mr. Forstor, late Agent General, delivered a lecture on Colonization, ? attack'ngthe immigration poi:cy of the Aus tralian colonies, and stated that poetical suc cess was aclr'eved by mon of tho most commer cial and \ social character. His remarks arousod a hot discussion, and Sir Charles Nichol son, T. Torrons Jui:an...

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Salt as a Prevent[?] of Rust and as a Fertiliser. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 March 1880

Salt an a Prcvci^CW Rust and as a Fertiliser. SAI.'I'if not a complete preventive, is an elVeetual euro 'of the ifiildewV^Mr. QJiattorton, a Lincoln - sliiro farmor,'^ys, m-thajl ftb\ol. of tho Annals of Agricifltur^ : M^On the, soasido wlioat is littlo damaged by tho mildow, yot within tliroo miles inland, tho crops aro as much affected as thoso still further from tlio sea. This fact can bo supported by tho expoHoii™ of most farmors whoso fiolds skirt our^na^ivp shoros, and un questionably it is OMUjgV iibt only to tho fact that soil contains a greiitor proportion of common salt than is found in-inoro inland soils, but bocauno tho soa -breozo, which risos almost nightly in tlio suinmor soas^mnbathes, as it wore tlio crops in tho iimnodiafb 'yiranity of the coast, and this hazo holds in solution (a portion of salt.' Tho Rural New Yorker in answer to a question, as to wliothor crops raised neiir salt water aro free from rust, says that tho rural farm is situ ated close to a salt wate...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 March 1880

Commercial Intelligence. [by electric telegraph.] Lucorno hay, fine quality, firm at £4 por ton ; potatoos, £2 15s to £3 10s ; onions, £4 to £5 10s ; maizo, sales of vory prime havo takon place at 2s 5d por bushol ; Capo barley, 3s to 3s 3d ; English ditto, 2s Gd to 2s 9d ; buttor nomi nally quoted at 9d por lb for best, but inferior soils at from 4d upwards ; bacon 3d to Gd; ham, Sd to 9d ; Colonial choose, oil to 8d ; beeswax unsalablo at Gd and 7d; fowls, 2s 9d to 3s per pair ; ducks. 3s to 3s Gd ; goeso, 5s to Gs ; turkoys, Gs to 10s ; oggs, dull at' 9d por dozon, for best quality.

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