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

LOCAL IXTELLIOEIC£. In our notice of tho Show wo printed in error the liamo of 0. Brown for Mastor Hyam Moss, who was tho winner of tho second prizo for pen cil drawings by pupils of South Coast Schools. New Journal. — Wo havo received tho first threo numbers of tho Camplclltown Ilerahl, a double-demy sheet of four pages, printed and published at Campbolltown by Mr. William Webb, lato of Kiama. Tho journal is neatly printed, and the extract and local intelligence well choson, and racily writton. Wo wish our now contemporary succoss. Numba Flood Boats. — It is notified in tho Gazette that in conformity with tho provisions of tho 2nd section of tho Claims against the Colo nial Govomment Act, tho Hon. John Lackoy, Secretary for Public Works, is to bo the nomi nal defendant in tho matter of a petition pre sented on tho pait of tho municipality of Numba as to a cortain claim or domand which they doom thomsolves to havo against tho Govern ment. Masonic. — The mombors of tho Aborcorn Lodge...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Illawarra Butter in London. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 March 1880

Illawari'a\pu^rh» Ijondon. The following item A of information from London respecting a sample of Illawarra butter landed there will be read with some interest by many of our readers, especially at the present time, when the subject is attracting so much attention. As was inti mated in these columns somo time ago, Mr. John Biggar, of this town, decided last spring to send samples of butter from this district by several of the Orient line of steamers. The first such shipment was made in the latter ond of October by the. steamor Chimborazo, other similiar con signments followed by the Cusco, the Aconcagua, and the Orient. Mr. Biggar intended to send a sample by the Lusitania also on her present- passage, but was pre vented doing so, the late rough sea having interfered with the steamers' trips from this port. Tho object of these shipments being made appears to have been to test the London market by a series of experiments. The butter was packed in tins, which were again'enclosed in wo...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Shoalhaven A. & H. Association's Annual Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 March 1880

Shoalhaven A. & II. Association's Annual Show. In our last issue tho undermentioned awards in Class XTVr— Flowors — was inadvertently omitted in our report of the local Show last week : — Best dahlias (six), 5s — W. Kennedy ' Second ditto, 2s Gd — E. de Mestro Best collection out fuschias, os— John Smith i Second ditto, 2s Gd — W. Kennedy ? Best variety roses, 7s 6d — E. de Mestro Socond ditto, 2s Gd — J. M. Brown (Parma) | Bulbs or tubors, in flower, 5s— John Smith Best cut verbenas, 2s Gd — E. do Mostro Best varioty geraniums or pelargoniums, in pots, not loss than six, 5s — John Smith Second ditto, 2s 6d— John Smith Twelve prizes for specimen plants, in pots or boxes, 2s Gd oaeh — John Smith Specimen Plants. — Of 59 exhibits in this sec tion, John Smith took 8 out of 45 prizes, and Miss Fleming took 4 prizes out of 6 exhibits ; Dr. Robertsson, 8 pots of plants. ?

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MISCELLANEOUS. Modern Journalism and Modern Thought. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 March 1880

? ? US. Modern JoiiVnaiiHiu unci Jlodoi'ii It ,is so seldom the pulpit has n generous and appreciative word, tor tlio se^ulnr press, that we gladly present- these extracts from a recent sermon by Rev. Dr. Thomas, a promi nent Metliodist clergyman of Chicago : - .7 The translation ot tho literature of Egypt and Olnna is^ opening tho door to those aneient and\distfi.ht wortls of thought. Tho press Jbiii/i gs\t-o ouz'';Miomes. Tlie press is making eonkmolAho thoifght ot all schools and creeds. Tlio immonso journalism ot our ago keeps the world, in a broad sense before us all the tune. Tho press waits at the door of kings and cabinets to catch oven the whispered sen rets of government; it lollows Livingstone and Stanley into Africa ; ;it goes with Grant around tho world. 'When a patriot suffers in any land tlio word is ? quickly flashed over the earth. When : conscience is anywhere oppressed, or martyrs : cast into prison, or a bridlo put upon free speech, it is quickly told to all the ...

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Shoalhaven Court of Petty Sessions. NOWRA, TUESDAY, MARCH 2. (BEFORE Messrs. B. Brown and John Glanville). [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 March 1880

Shoalhaven Court of Petty Sessions. Nowra, Tuesday, March 2. (Before Mossrs. B. Brown and John Glanvillo). John Holland, senior, v. tho Agricultural and Horticultural Association of Shoalhaven. This was an action brought by John Holland, sen., boot and shoemaker, of Nowra, to rocovor 15s, the prizes as per schedule for best collec tion Colonial mado boots (two or more pairs), and best single exhibit of samo, tho prizos boing 10s and os. Tho gist of tho defonco was that tho prizos wore not adjudged to tho complainant ; that the protest was not decided in his favour ; that tho Society had no power to make awards ; and that tho prizes woro not payablo at tho time tho action was laid. Mr. Richards, who appeared for complainant, demurred to tho lattor point of tho dofonco on tho ground of its boing a technical objoction, but his objoction was not entortainod. John Holland, son., the complainant, on oath, stated that for the recent show of the Shoal haven A. and H. Association ho had ente...

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

. v O K Y. The following vorsei\Vreprint^d from a publican tion of 1845— are republished, not so mueh on account of their poetic merit, ns that they are from the pen of ' H. Parke's ' : — _ A Picture of lovc. ' Alas, that Love so beautiful should be la Misery's Ocean but ^ desort isle !' Chakles Harper. Therefore two gentle lpveite, Avhose young hearts A lovo co— aged -trith tMir livos had knit In a p ure intimacj*, wlmhnnaWts Of worldly inter^Pshapen pi\shaded, it Nj^s to-tUeirVuls, as fragniyiceuo tho roso, -J-E^|W^ji^fo^stiminori%i^8 raposo ! Thoy wero notxoautiifiil^»o%a^G)u doom All beautiful, whoso s®ils urtfearing truth O'or lights their happy fcaHiros, who ne'er seem What they aro not, — bnght with the joy of youtli ' | Nor were they rich, nor one-of rank abovo The other ; there was nought to chill their love; Of 'dear-link'd friends tho only children, these Dear ones together hadbeen rearod, by sweet Sisterly interchange bf o(fi-|jSl\ Maternal; both their mrttMi-s trained t...

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 March 1880

Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS, I February 18. — Illawarra (p.), from Sydnoy. ?: ' '20. — Our Own (s.), from Sydnoy ; Promise (kotch), from Sydnoy; Mary Ann (kotch), from Wollongong. f ? ' 21. — Hlawarra (s.), from Sydnoy. f ' 24. — Retriever (schr.),fromSydnoy. / '? t . DEPARTURES. - February 18. — Mocoyan (schr.), for Sydney; Our Own (s.), for Sydnoy. ' 19. — Ulawarra (s.l, for Sydney. ? ' ' 23.— Illawarra (s.), for Sydnoy. EXPORTS. ? Por Illawarra (s.), Captain Garde, on the 19th February, 1880. loSydnoy: 301 bags potatoos, 238 kogs butter, 249 bags maizo, 58 pigs, 76 . chooses, 20 bags flour, 15 eases oggs, 3 bags . bacon, 8 coops poultry, 4 pacltagos leather, 1 caso sundries, 1 hido, and sundrios. To Kiama ; 30 bags maizo, 2 cases. To Wollongong: 30 bags maizo, 9 cheeses. Por Illawarra (s.), Captain Garde, on tho 23rd Pebruary, 1880. To Sydnoy ; 292 bags maizo, 17 kogs butter, 128 bags potatoos, 15 cheeses, 3 bags oystors, 3 baskets and 2 cases wild ducks, 1 pig, 5 ...

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

ailiiwai'iis iYavigation t'ojMitassy. ? fi'l'JiAMHICti- TJJUJs lABLh. li 0 il ^ II 0 A I- H A V E N, SSomlaj , « ii.i'. Thurfuduy,, 8, ft.iii. PWOM hYDNVY, v Tuesduv aiitl £f ri«In j , ,at J.1, ?All incnlivrojtjrtiMl tlnrmgiUiftpnssagos.of .tliO; ? Jitomnoi-B fwio --l dingo . Tlio Steam Dioghois, undoi chnigo of Ouptai n Buchanan, mo nlwn^-. pKmg on the Shoalhavon Rivor:in wmnoctioii ^\Mth.the Sydney Moiiujoid.,., ill?. MANNING-. English, Sluttish, sand !Austi'rtlinii ? , ' iClituieieU. Bunk. .iVlttiAVU m thi- Knnl!i;'nO.\ OPEN' lit XOA\'iA i'hunllimui/ ni lynpomu 1 ? ^ ti 1H-3 f? , 1 1 V*j ^ ; ^*yt )? :: ing liuametj^.; . - ... ,s:» ? -i7 . . „A ? \ J()1L\ IJUWliIXf' 1 ! ' ?' Mtimigei ' l' Sydnej ; w{h .ijmo, \ ' r 1 ' ',f « ^ ' '* j ? W!S»«t«ci i« S-e Known. . -' 'u 1 1 r '- — ; ? i, , i i v! ~\\T 'JONUs, ( ollnih--tiool, Kiamii, lias YV . 11(1] st- a nil VclncU's FOIt HOIE . ' II (j ? ih : jiWpiiviid to :run ' betwcoiv A\ .ollpngoiife , aild'Ulladllllu. . , , ;vV1boV tliatlioifJ-...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 March 1880

? The decision of the Bench on Tuesday last, in tho case Holland v. Tho A. and H. Association of Shoalhavon, wi' strike the intol,:gont reador as being rather a singular one in consideration of -the evidence and tho law placed before that tribunal. Wo have not the si;.ghtest doubt as to the candour and honesty of tho Justices who sought to administer its sacred functions on that occasion ; but in our capacity as censors of the public weal, wo are.bound to record our dissent from their decision oii-tho occasion referred to. The facts of the caso may be summed up thus : Mr. John Holland, boot and shoemaker, of Nowra, competed at tlio recent Show of the Shoalhavon A. & H. Association for two prize offered by that body — ono for merit in tho best collection of boots, and ono for the best single pair. ' Besides Mr, Holland, three other erai'ts . men competed for each prize. Tho judges, Messrs. Jainos Kennedy and John Robertson — tholattei anartjhcor in leather — a warded tho priz...

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

Of Meeting to be Held. Tho Crystal Spring Division, Sons of Temper ance, meet at Tomporanco Hall, Terrara, Tues day, 30th inst., at 7.30 p.m. ®clf(iniplr, ? AND SI/OA LHA YEN ADVERTISER. Published every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY. MARCH 4, 1880.

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

'No pout up Uticn contracts our powors' may to truly said of ono of the most invaluable preparation of modern tirnos, for its sales are not confined to any particular ijpliore, but extend ovor all tho quarters of the globe. Orders aro being constantly rocoived from romote sections, and its export constitutes ono of tlio staples of our trado. Circulars and pamphlets explanatory of its curative properties have boon translated into all languages, and thoro is no portion of tho ivorld where Udolpho Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is not known.— Adv. Dew op the Airs. — Tho world outside of Europe having discovered that this, palatable tonic liquor is tho finest invigorant extant, tho demand for it in tho Wo'st Indies, South Ainorica and Australia has literally become enormous. It is strango for hundreds of years so wonderful an appetizer and stomachic should have been comparatively unknown boyond tho Swiss .fron tiers, and tho thanks of millions aro due to Mossrs. M. Moss and Co., tho...

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

LOST, a Grey MA&^^andod A T on noaft, ' shoulder. SERGEANT GRIEVES, Nowrn./ Foil' ®»1e, A NUMBER fff Youi/'BRO(-D SOjW'S, hair bred Bcrkshii/ WvontY^'o (aWlshillings each. Also, Primo ]fMi,LYjKWgE Jfl^T^.TOES, 5s per bag. LUCElfNE IT?fY, 'Is por cwt. JAMES MONAGHAN, f Greenhills.'v Set, V ' ANEW BRICK/TiTOSE of 4 rooms, and dotacliod kittnu/i, jgli good situation in Nowra, at roasonablo/oift^Apply at 'J'cleijrajih Offlco, Nowra. / Kvlipsi; Mining Comitniiy. . nnTTID Shnroholdiys/in tho Ecli]iso Gold B Mining C.''iup:i/\1toaJ informed that a Dividend of £-10 por/iiirb is now payablo at tho E. S. and A. O. ISai/c, Nowra. March !!, 1HH0. j. flfm- a'a-ivaiti , QA ACRHS of yilnablo LAND, 011 tffo Groat, R(i»\l/onj^l!aihvay, iu tho rich Agricultural Distri^/f Caifainuiidra, and with in six milos of tho u/vn^ijA-'ootamuiidi'ii. To bo sold wholoVor 111 lots to suit intrchasors. For full particul/rs, apply to A.M.TAYLOR, Commission Agent, . Cootamnndra. ?? PBiiafwrc.' Y* 171 OR SALE,...

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Original Correspondence. De Mestre v. Chaseling. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 March 1880

Origiiiiil «'-»rrt'Nj-ojMl(;nce. I lie MCNtl't! V. (Cllltsclhl£. TO THE EDITOR Ol' TUU 'J'KLEaUArK. Silt, — Tho romarks which you jmblishod Inst Thursday oE his Honor Judge M'Furland and Mr. Richards, relating to tho moriil responsi bility the Wesloyuns woro undor to pay Mr. do Mostro tho amount duo to him for timbor suppliod to Mr. Sloudman, roquiros to bo noticod in sqmo way. As Wesloyan Ministor of tho circuit, I may bo pormitlod to rel'or to tho sub ject. Indisputable as tlio light of thoso gontlo mon may bo to tell us what our logal obligations aro, I cannot for a moinont accopt their opinions about our moral obligations. In tins caso both our legal and moral obligations began and ondod iu our payment ot tho contractor. Any man with a grain of common sonso will soo that liowovor pleasant it may bo to Mr. do Mestro to liavo tho debt of Mr. Stcadmrn -paid by us, in addition to our paymont of all lawful claims, it would at tho samo timo look vory much liko injustice to oursolvos t...

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Numba Municipal Council. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 March 1880

lVuiuba Kluuici'iial I'ouucil. ..'?ii;':/ iCHTOlSDAY, -FEBnUAllY 20. Tiie Council mot at 5 p.m., wlion thoro: woro i £\'osont Aldormon J. Ryan (Mayor), Condon, i oslio, Woods, and Woigand. i ? - The minutes of inovious mooting woro road v and confirmed. ' ii Correspondence ' inwards comprised- only ono lottor, from tho Council's solicitor,' intimating that tho proposod action for tlio removal of boats would probably bo doforred till tho May term ol ?rtin fVmvt.. In Committoo of Pinanco', accounts amounting to £23 2s woro examined, and thoir payment agreed to. In Committeo of Works, tho subject of effect ing cortain temporary repairs to Jindyandio and Shannahan's road woro discussed, and having resumed tho recommendations of tho committoo by report woro adopted. ,Tho consideration of correspondence with Leggatt and Iladkins, of Kiama, for road motal, was doforred until furthor information is to hand. It wan dqcidod that tho maintenance man bo employed on Jindy-Andy road ; and that to...

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Cable Intelligence. London, Feb. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 March 1880

Cable .lutelliKVuci'. (Ii'rom the Herald.) v.: -? ; London, Pob. 20. A mooting o£ tenant farmors and otliors took placo at, Poftadown, in tlio county o£ Ulster, yostorday, for tho purposo of discussing the laud quostioili ? A band oE Orangomon attackod tlio mopting, and a soriousr conflict onsuod in which 20 porsons sustained injurios.. , Pobruary 28. 1 Tho appointmont of Gonoi'al LOris Molkoff to tho Dictatorship has chocked tho panic at St. Potorsburg. Tlio London Standard alleges that Molikofl is a natural son of tlio Czar by an Armoninu lady, and that this indicates that tlio L.-zar nus lust,, couuuuiicu in ins uniuiiL'ago. Gonoral Molikoff is regarded as boiiig resolute without being despotic ; novortholoss, absolutism dovolopos : tromondous nctivitj' and Nihilist out rages aro'oE daily ' .occurronco. - Tlio Nihilists liow. thioaton to burn St. Petersburg on tho 'anniversary. of tho accossion of tho Cssar.' Tlio outlook on tho Continent is monae'ng. Russian and Italian agents u...

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Mr. Lovegrove's Statement about the I. S. N. Co.'s Droghers. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 March 1880

Mr. £iovPK'r»vc?s Siintcnicnt tiliout tlic . ' B . S. m. Co. '« JDroRbemt. ? TO TII U EDITOll OJ?- TUB TET.EaitAVlI. Sm,— I bog with your pormission to say a littlo in rojily to some remarks which fell from tho lips of Mr. W. Jjovogrovo. on tlio occasion of tlio Agricultural Socioty's Dinnor at tho Town Hall, Torrara. - Ho .orrouoously statod that tlio drogliors on Thursday, tlio 20th ult.^camo from Groonwoll Point to -Bomadorry, and lay tlioro till tlio, altornoon, coming round to xorrara at about 3 p.m., and thon landod tho oxhibits fpr tlio show. Tlio facts aro.tliat aftor. discharging and loadiiig-at tlio Point, tho ' Brisbano ' wont straight to Torrara,. arriving us near as tho wator would ponnit, , at a quarter to 8 aim. ; boing somo 50 foot from tho land, I rigged a stago on boats along which tlio , buggios and other oxhibits for tho'show. woro piissod m safoty by. half-past 9 a.m. Tho ordinary . cargo was liuuled at tlio Conipimy's wluirf about 3 p.m. I, certainly think. I a...

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Nowra Municipal Council. ELECTION OF MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 March 1880

Nowra Municipal Council. ELECTION OP MAYOR. On Friday, tlio 20th ultimo, a full mooting of tno Council was held for tho purpose oE electing a Mayor for tho current Municipal Year. Alderman Gioon (tho retiring Mayor) took tho chair at 9 am. On tho motion of Aldormon Moss and Mona ghan, it was decided that the election be by open voting. Alderman Monaghan said be had pleasure in moving that Alderman Green be Mayor for tho cuiTont year. Ho regretted that tho rocont oleotion had not boon legal, but ho folt sure that a majority of the Council was of tho same opinion as thoso who attondqd that oloction tho other day. Aldorman Greon luitl always .worked hard for tho bost interests of tlio municipality, and discharged the dntios of Mayor satisfactorily. Aldorman Groy socondod tho motion, which was carried nem. coii. Aldorman Green briofly thanked tho mombors of tho Council for tho honor thoy had conforrod on him. As far as his ability wont his humble efforts wore to deal equal justice to al...

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Shoalhaven A. & H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 March 1880

Shoalhaven A; & II. Association. A meeting of tho Committeo of the above Association took place on Tuesday last, Mr. W. Lovogrovo in tho chair. The minutes of last meeting wore road and confirmed. Apologies by letter or telegram^ for non attondanco at the' exhibition, wore road from Messrs. James Warden, A. A. Dunnicliff, Gra ham Coulter,' arid Henry P. Mostyn. ?Tho Socrotary stated tlio receipts at the gato to bo— first day, £29. 19s Gd ; socond day, £39 wu t+ywtiu . bUia. QUlJlVUO 141 UAtWS U1 IllfL yoai\ and about £1 in oxcoss of tlio highest pro yious year, 1S77. The awards woro thon gone ovor seriatim, and recommendations, &c., dealt with.' . ?' Mr. Monaglinii inovod, and Mr. Hyam sec onded, — ' That in all casos wlioro tho advertised prizos had boon awarded, recommendations for additional prizes should be altered to com mended.' Carried. A protest was read from Mr. John Holland, sen., against tho award to G. and W. Millard, of Ulladulla, Class 8, Section 7, and...

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Central Shoalhaven Municipal Council. TERRARA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 March 1880

- CciitralNlioalliuvcnMiiiiiciiml ' . Council. , TrauuuiA, Tuesday, PEuuuAiiY 2-1, r -. -'J'he Council' inot at tho usual timo on Tuesday last; when tlioro woro present, Aldormon' D.. Ilyam (Mayor), Emory, Lamond, 'Monaghan, mid M'Loan. The 'principal- business dono was tho passing of motions, directing invitation of tondors and applications for tho construction of culverts near tlio now tolegrapli olnco, Terrara; -?painting and tarring tho Worrageo bridgo ; applying to tho Govorninont Printer for tho Public Statutos i'or tho library. ? ' . : Tho Council aftor dociding to moot at 3.30 p.m. instoad of 3 p.m., adjourned ior. tho usual period. - . , . , .. ? -.-?

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SPECIAL MEETING. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 March 1880

SPECIAL MEETING. Wednesday, February 25. A special meeting of tho Council was sum moned for Wednesday, tho 25th inst., at 7 p.m. Tho mombors present woro Aldormon J. Greon (Mayor), G. Gray, 0. Graham, H. Moss, Jas.. Monaghan. Tho minutes of previous mooting word read and confirmed. Tho Mayor verbally reported that tho election had beon held and stated results. correspondence. ? Inwards,- comprised: 1. From T. Garrett, M.L. A., acknowledging tho receipt of tho Coun cil Clork's lottor on tho subject of appointing tho members of tho Council as trustees of Nowra Common, in pursuance of recommendation by 'tho late trusteos who resigned in their favour, and intimating that tho matter was placod by him (Mr. G.), before tho Minister, and that tho results would bo communicated. 2. Mr. Roseby, M.L. A. , also in reply, and intimating that upon mature consideration, and aftor having sought the counsel of his brothor momboi-s ho had doomod it advisablo not tu lay boforo Parliament tho draft bill...

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