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SHOALHAVEN DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 15 July 1893
SHOALHAVEN DIRECTORY. District Government Surveyor.— Mr. J. ^ W. Deering. Clerk of Petty Sessions, Land' Agent, Ac— Mr. J. M. Sheahan. District Registrar in Bankruptcy.— Mr. J. H. Nisbett, P.M., Nowra. . Local Land Board. — Messrs. A. O. Moriarty (chairman), Z. G. Bice, and L, Molntyre, Js.P. Government Medical Officers.— J. P. BreretoD, J.P.,Terar«. T. Ross Lowers, Berry. Inspector of Public Schools.— Mr. L. E. Lawford. M.A. ., St. John'B Church of England, Nowra. — Rev. E. Wootton, B.A.; Mr. I?. J. Billon, Oatechist. — Berry, Eev. Luke Parr. Presbyterian Church, Nowra. — Rev. J. K. Bruce, M.A. ; assistant, Mr. Alex. Robertson. Wesleyan Church, Nowra. — Rev. H. W. T. Pincombe.— -Berry, Rev. Kirton A. Corner. Roman Catholic Church. — Bev. T. Har nett. Rev. J. Norris, assistant. Norc* School of Arts. — Mr. H. L. Whittell, president; Messrs. C. Mosb and M. Ryan, secretaries. Shoalhaven Agricultural and Horticul tural ABBOoiation. — Mr. £. Aberdeen, president, Mr. F. W. Flatt, honorary...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 15 July 1893
SHOALHAVEN DROGHERS. LEAVE Nowra Wharf for Btoughton Creek, Tuesday-morning; returning afternoon. Leave Nowra Wharf to meet Steamer Wednesday morning. Leave Nowra ; Wharf for Saltwater Creek, Friday morning j returning after noon. Leave Nowra Wharf to meet Steamer Saturday morning. STEWART & MORTON, Auctioneers, Commission Agents, Land, Property^ and Cattle SALESMEN, BERRY and NOWRA. Prompt Accounts. Reasonable Charges. LEGAL. mr. t. Harriott, SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER, PROCTOR, and NOTARY PUBLIC. (Commissioner for Affidavits J, Junction Street, NOWRA. G3* Trust moneys to Lend on approved freohold securities. LEGAL. MR. H. LTWHITTELL, Attorney, Solicitor, Convey ancer and Proctor, JUNCTION-STREET, NOWRA. Trust moneys to lend. All Courts in District attended as re quired. . \ LEGAL. H. OSBORNEMARSHALL, j Solicitor, Cosvevakceb, i ajbd Proctor, Has commenced the practice of his pro fession in BERRY Best Value Winter Goods OBTAINABLE oar the south coast. Now Showing. C. GRAHAM'S o...
[BUSINESSES AND PROFESSIONS ADVERTISED IN THIS JOURNAL.] [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 15 July 1893
[BUSINESSES AND FROrESSIONS ADVERTISED m this journal.] Abraham, J.S., Laboratory. Sydney Bond, J. E., storekeeper, Nowra Boot, W., Sydney .. Bowring, C. A., piano tuner, Sydney Briscoc, Drysdale & Co., Sydney. Bryant and May, merchants, London. Crown Moleskin Trousers Co., London Clement's, F. M., Sydney Clarke, T., commission agent, Sydney Dixson & Sons, merchants, Sydney Denham Brothers, com. agents, Sydney Elliott Brothers, Ltd., Sydney Elyard, W. R., Nowra Foley Bros., com. agents, Sydney Freeman S. and Sons, Sydney Graham, 0., storekeeper, Nowra Hiclman, A., storekeeper, Nowra Head Henry, storekeeper, Gambewarra Holland, Mrs. Jno., storekeeper, Nowra Holloway's Pills & Ointment, London Huddarr, Parker &Co., Sydney Hawkon & Vance, com. agent, Sydney Uliwarra Steam N. Co., A, M. M'Lean, agent Joynson, J. A., storekeeper, Nowra Jones David and Co., Sydney John Fowler & Co., Engineers, London Kay, manufacturer, Stockport, England Law...
The Secret of My Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 22 July 1893
The Secret of My Life. Thero aro fow more rugged figures among iho Scotch scholars of the presont generation than, is Professor Blackio, of Edinburgh, '.though eighty- throe he has never worn a pair of spectacles, and for thirty years he had no need of medi cal advico. Ho attributes the vitality of his old age to his custom of living by an unvarying system, and it is noteworthy that Oliver Wendell Holmes, who is of about the same ago and equally well pre served, told an interviewer some time ago that his own good health ?was due to tho habit of living strictly by rule, even to the temperature of his bath. It is interest ing to know that Professor Blackie does not go to bed till the clock strikes twelve. He rises at half-paBt seven, and always after his mid-day meal he takes a nap. . But he lived in a slower ago than ours. Booms, syndicates, and corporations were unknown in his day, and mankind now wear themselves out and go the pace too rapidly, and life is too full of cares for us ...
SHOALHAVEN HOUSES IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 22 July 1893
SHOALHAVEN liOKSES INSYDNEY. AttheMoorefield p.inymces on Wednes day Inst several kte S'malhnven horses were conspicuous in the running. Tho Blakehurst Handicap race (14) 4} fur longs, was won by Lady (7.6) by half a length from Eurydice (7. 13), with Ontnrina. (7;3) third. The bay folding Pyrec, which was disposed of only recently by Mr. A. Gollan for something less than £10, run into second p'ace .in the Tiny Handicap (13.2). four /ui'Ioiiffs, boitig boaten by two lengths by Meiewether in 55|seca. Saxon Girl, carrying top weight r»n in the Flying Handicap, but was not successful.
SPORTING. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 22 July 1893
SPOUTING. FOOTBALL. Tlio following is the team chosen to represent the Nowra Club against tho Bowral Club this afternoon on tho Show ground : — Full back : Mulligan. Halves : Perry, Bennie. and Kohler. Quarters : Field, De Mestrc, and Borrowdalo. Forwards : Morton (2), Brown, Weik, Uonnolly, tJr.iy, Uranam, Jones. £imer goncies : Sidney, Quilkey, and Morton. A football match was played on the Green on Wednesday last between the Wollpngong and Nowra Clubs, the toams being composed as follows : — Nowra : Fullback- E. Matthews; halves -Bray, Gleeson, Graham, Field; quarters — Perry, Trubody ; forwards— .1. M'ir1c-n(capt.), S. Morton, Lawrence, Walker, Hunt, Jones, Biid Sweeney. Wollongong : Full-back — Antill ; halves— Kearney, Clutton, Joe O'Brien ; quarters — B. Drew, Smith ; forwards— Jack O'Brien, Lyons, Gleeson, Wiseman, G. Drew, Parsons, MileB, F. Brown, G. Latter. The game was alto gether » one-sided one, the visitors being completely over-matched in every depart ment, and whun ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 22 July 1893
Ijinii mmmmaMa™ ? in na- Special Notice. Orflws for advertisements, job printing, papers, &c, from peisons who have no aooounte, or are unknowu at the office, should ba accompanied Sir cash. AU communications inten-lod for the nowe or correspondence columns shoulvt be addressed to The Editou. AH letters and comiunuicationx on busi ness should ba addressed lo Leemino ahd Watson, Advertisements should roach (hia office not lator than 3 p.m. on the day pre ceding publication, and should indicate — the number of insertions i hoy are to bo LEEMING & WATSON.
Waste of Time. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 22 July 1893
Waste of Time. At tub Warden's Court.— Solicitor Kb/l : 'Your Worship, far bo it from mo to waste ycur valuable timo and the time of all parlies concerned in this matter, but as five minutes will suffico to show the point of law involved, I will, &c.,' and he proceeded to point out, but he was not satisfied until ho had drawn out his point so infinitcsimally small -that the five minutes required for the operation had been drawn out to nearly fifty. Solicitor No. 2 : ?? Your Worship, I am nurprisod at my friend wasting the time of the Court iu this way ; the case ho quotes has no bearing at all on the matter, as I will bIiow your Worship in about one minuto, &c,' snd ho then proceeds to -y show with great satisfaction to himsolf, in V the space of fifty minutes, that what * Solicitor No. 1 says is niero waste of ?' breath. The Warden, or magistrate, of X. course, bomg thus called upon tor an opinion, decides that both parties have wasted their breath, and in effect qu...
The Churches. ORDER OF SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 22 July 1893
Tie OhuTcliea. ^IRDER OF SERVICES TO-MORROW. CiroBcn of England. — Nowra 11 and 7 (Holy Cumuiunion), Bameraug3, Rev. E. Wootton, B.A.. Pyrco 11, Green well Point 2.30, and Tcrara 7- Mr. b\ J. Dillon. Pbesbttbbian. — Nowra 11 and 7 p.m., Bev. J. K. Bruce. Cambewarra 11 a.m., And West Cambewarra 7 p.m., Mr. Alox. Robertson. Church of England Weekday Services. — Comerongi Taesday, July 25th ; Pilot Station (Crookhavon Heads), Thursday, July 27th. Presbyterian week-night services. — Monday, July 24, Tomerong and Brown's Mountain ; Tuesday, July 26, Burrier and Numba ; Wednesday, July 20, Nowra ; Thursday, July 27, Pyree, lite ^hoaUraccn JJcios. PUBLISHED BVERT SATURDAY MORNING, 'Bejust, and leaf not. Let all the ends thou aim'et at B» thy Country's, thy God's and Troth's.' SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1893.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 22 July 1893
Caution.— Pcrchasers of CLARKE'S BLOOD MIXTURE should see that they get tho genuine article. Worthless imi tations and substitutes are sometimes palmed off by unprincipled vendors. The words ' Lincoln and Midland Counties Drug Company, Lincoln, Eng land,' are engraved on the Govern ment Stamp, and ' CLARKE'S WORLD FAMED BLOOD MIXTURE ' blown in the Bottle, without whioh none are gen uine. Bad Blood.— Tho Editor of tho Family Doctor says :— ' We have seen hosts of letters in which the writers acknowledge the benefit theyhavo rccoived from Clarke's wonderful Blood Mixture, which as a ciira. tive agent cannot be too highly estimated, since it cleanses and clears the blood from all impurities. If the blood is diseased the body is diseased. Clarke's Blood Mixture is a medicine of the greatest possible value, and it is certainly the finest blood purifier that sc Ace and skill have brought to light. We can witJi the utmost confidence recom mend it to our subscribers and the public generall...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 22 July 1893
In a recent issue of The Times - (London) there appeared an article under the heading ' Australasian Pro duce in England,' indicating some of the developments which have taken place since it dealt with the subject iu two long articles some months ago. Those two articles were written at the dictation of a well-known New South Wales colonist, whose treatment by , the interviewer at once proved the intense interest taken by English people in the people of the colonies and their affairs. Australian enterprise wiien reviewed in this way is seen in its fulness, and it is simply a matter of course that communities which can find the openings for the sale of their produce that Australians discover should sooner or latrr surmount their difficulties, however grent. Australia wants new markets, and new markets she is making. Produce that a few yeavs ago it would have appeared quite impossible to send to London is now regularly supplied. In another year or two we may hope to see Australian grap...
The Demands of Culture. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 22 July 1893
Ths Demands of Culture To be wrapped up in self, to disregard all appearances, and to show an indif ference amounting to contempt for tho opinions and the esteem of others, is certainly selfish and unlovely. Yet to live without any special individuality, to basic onlv in thp. smile of the nubiic. and to wither at its neglect, is equally egotistical and narrow. Both imply that unmixed self love which is wholly occupied in searching for its own happi ness, though in different ways. When men and women come to be thoroughly interested in something outside of self, they forgot about their own special pre ferences, and accept either privacy or publicity, according to the degree in which either can be made subservient to the subject in hand. There is no other cure for selfcon sciousness which makes one person shy and reserved and another vain and boastful ; which makes one person scorn and ignore his fellow men and another live only in the light of their attention and applause. True cultur...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 22 July 1893
LOCAL NEWS. ? * ? A Warden's Court has been established at Milton. Bankri'ptcv.— Mrs. C. L. . Lawrence, late of the Prince of Wales Hotel, Nowra, has voluutarily sequestrated her estate. Crown Land Sale.— Two country lots of 40 acres each, within the Clyde gold field, will be offered fur sale by the Land Agent at Milton on 20th Septsmbor. .Railway Tr attic— Last Thursday's 6.30 p.m. train from Sydney brought a large number of passengers for Nowra, including Hligants and their solicitors and witnesses in the Yalwal mining dispute Warden King at the Nowra Courthouse yesterday. The traffic on the new exten case which occupied the furtheratrention of eion is gradually improving, and it is expected that with the opening of the summer season the line will begin to net good profits. Homeward Bound.— Mr. A. J. Dawson, Into of the Shoalhaven News, was a passenger by the Union Company's s.s. Manapouri which loft Sydney on Thurs day afternoon last for Auckland and southern ports of Now Zealand...
Cheese. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 22 July 1893
Cheese. Tho output of cheese from New South Wales factories for the year ended March 31, 1893, is estimated at 5,018,2361b, aseompared vrith 5,506,071 1b for the corresponding period of 1892, or a decrease of 487,7751b. The com paratively nigncr prices ruling ior batter during tho season has led to its manufacture being taken up in prefer ence to cheese-making, and to this may the shrinkage be ascribed. The in dustry has not for some time been in a healthy condition. The market during the past six months has been constantly overstocked, and values have been from £d to Id lower than for the same period of last year. Theso facts naturally lead to the conclusion that the only method of extending the industry will be the establishment of an export trade, but until makers takft steps, as was done in Now Zealand, to improve the quality of their cheese, there is but little prospect of this taking place. That there is good demand for high class cheese, and that people aro' willing to pay a ...
Warden's Court. THE HOMEWARD BOUND GOLD MINE DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 22 July 1893
'Warden's Court THE HOMEWARD BOUND GOLD MINE DISPUTE. A Warden's Cnurt was hold (it the Nowra Courthouse* yesterday bufure Mr. J. L. King, P.M., Wardou for the district. The chief business was the hearing of ah appli cation on behalf of Ned O Neill for the survey and registration of a quart; claim at Yalwal under the Mining Act of 1874. Mr. Garland lodged altogether nine ob jectious, which in nature were similar to those raised at the previous court in cdu casus of other applicants,. Mr. Albert Nicholson, of Sydney, for applicants. Mr. Garland, of Sydney, in structed by Mr. Blackuiore, of Nowra, for objectors. Mr. Nicholson directed tho Warden's attention, specifically to tho wording of the 142nd regulation. They had nothing whatever to do with tho issue of any summons. Mason and party had by their own act settled tho time for the filing of objections, although he was a long way beyond the seven days allowed for the service of the summons to the register. The Warden Baid ho had alre...
Dairy Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 22 July 1893
Dairy Notes. Daring the half-year ended June 30, the butter sales of the Camden Dairy Co. totalled £4614 6g 10J. For the same period suppliers were paid a total of £4170 for their milk. The Berry Dairy Company now sends most of its butter to Sydney by rail. X\t IB 8B1U lll«li MllS Will CjUtiUb all Ull nual savings of nearly £200 in transit expenses. The Robertson Dairy Co. paid suppliers 5d per gallon for last month's milk, which totalled 60,000 gallons. A new 20 h.p.boilerhas been procured for the summer work, which includes the manipulation of over 4000gaI daily.
SHOALHAVEN DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 22 July 1893
SHOALHAVEN DIRECTORY. ? District Government Surveyor. — Mr. J. I W. Doerir.g. I Clerk of Petty Sessions, Land Agent, I &c — Mr. J. M. Sheahan. I District Registrar in Bankruptcy.— Mr. I J. H. Nisbett, P.M., Nowra. I Local Land Board.— Messrs. A. O. 1 Moriarty (ohainnan), Z. G. Bice, and L. f Mclntyre, Js.P. I Government Medical Officers. — J. P. f Brereton, J.P.,Terara. T. RossLewera, Berry. Inspector of Public Schools— Mr. Hugh McLelland. St. John's Church of England, Nowra. — Rev. E. Wootton, B.A.; Mr. V. J. billon, iCatechist.— Merry, liev. Luke Parr. Presbyterian Church, Nowra. — Rev. J. K. Bruce, M.A.; assistant, Mr. Alex. Rubortsou. Berry, Rev. B. N. MeLean. Wesleyan Church, Nowra.— Rev. H. W. T. Pincombe. — Berry, Rev. Kirton A. Corner. Roman Catholic Church.— Bev. T. Ilar nett. Rev. J. NorriH, assistant. Nowra School of Arts.— Mr. E. C. Hewlett, president; Messrs. C. Moss and M. Ryan, secretaries. Shoalhaveu Agricultural and Horticul tural Association. — Mr. U. Aberd...