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Holland v. S. A. & H. Association. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

SlIoEIam! v. 8. A. «Sj II.- Association TO THE EDITOlt OF TJJE TELEOKAMI; Sin, — Like tho rost of tlio rpadpv? Pf J'Qur paper, I was pleased to sop- that you (lid not lot tho Bonoh's straijgo decision in tlio aboyp cusp pass without coniifiont. It 'is whgn , tl)0 Brpss (i(s ii; I tho caso referred to) faitlifinly 'and fearlessly | porforms its dutios'tliat it is appreciated;* Aftor reading tho ovidonco in the case, as it appeared in tho Telcqraph, I fail to seo ono tittlo of ovi donco to warrant t]io Magistrates 111 giving suoli a vordiot. I^w;utcd, oxiipotlng tlio presiding Magistrate would, 111 tho npjjt issuo' pf ypur papor, attompt. to-justify thoir decision' and thomsolves m tho eyes of tlio public, by giving somo reasons m support of thoir yordiet ; but us nono appeared, 1 conclpdo tlipy had none to ?oflor. ? ? - - ' ' I think it a pity Unit a ro-lioarmg of tho caso was not asked for by tlio dpfprirlants, but 1 prp . sumo thoy woro so dumbfounded, Qr confounded,' by tho vordio...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Correspondence. Moral and Legal Obligations. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

?©xSjjSaassS Moral mill iicp;al 4PI»liftatlons. ?TO TITE KDITOll OF 'HI K TKM20UAPIT. Siu,— It would appear that tlio Hoy. Mr. Corner's lottor was written for tlio purposo of influencing tlio verdict in tlio caso now ponding, Do Mostro v. Chiisoliiig, bocauso Mr, Chiisoling (n highly rospoclablo porson, a Churohwardon, mid high in olfico among tlio lay oliurolinion), ,ig not willine mid doos not think tlint lio ouirlit to pay for tho tinihor used in building tlio now Church at Cainbowarra. Tho public 'will agrco with mo that tho .Tudgo was right, aiid tho Wosloyan body aro bound in honour to pay .tlio rtobt it Chasolmg baa not tho good seiiso to pay it himsolf. EQUITY. [Whon wo publisliod tlio obsorvations'of the Rov. Mr. Conior, which aro rpforrpd. to abovp, wo woro under tho impression that. tlio oaiiso had boon tried, jir\d docidod at, tho rocpiit sittings of tho Distric§ Court at Nowra, othorwlsp wo pliould not havo' published any strictures sub judice; but as wo havo inserted s...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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The Victorian Press on the Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

HSJeeiiosijj. iTilE.comipt practises ot th'o Berry admii)ish'ar . -tion m Victoria, li;is .worked the- deleat of tho 'Ministry. J.'ho Opposition Jvivo; by tho gonoral election, obtained ii largo. maiority— 47 member, 5 as against 37 for the Borry Ministry. Tho fol . lowing oxtracts from tlio.lcadmg Victorian jour nals, indicate .pretty clearly tho stato of public feoling regarunig tho conduct 01 tM° Ministry ?whikun power, and thoir do font upon 'testing their popularity by a plebiscite. Undor- dato March 1; tho Molbourne Argus' says : — '. It . is .with 11,9 ordinary icojings of . satisfaction that wo: congratulate- all partios in ?the country 011 tho result of tho goporal olootion. Although tho roturns aro not comploto in ovory ?particular, ;t is qortiun that tho Opiiosition lnis succeeded 111 .seaui'ing .a subst.intial majority. ?The nows will bo roooiy.ed Jby constitutionalists ovfli'j'whero witn a sigli of relief, for its substanco is an earnest to thoin ot 8poody,xlolivoraiico...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Time of Landing exhibits at Terrara Wharf. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

friiiicof]Tjaii(lliii{(9ixIiil)its (itTerrarii Wharf. TO THE EDITOR .01? THE '.TELHOllAl'It. I Sill,— I am glad to /iijd, irom ipy fnond Captain Buchanan, that alter' all tho buggies, itc., 'vyorp landed in t-mio, thanks to his lngonious manago . mont. But it is nevertheless tho: caso that tho. joxlubitors told Mr. M' Arthur that tlioy wpro not to belauded till 3 p.m., consequently tlio Com mittoo called ti hurrioiV meeting atabout 8 in tlio inornmg,- i),ud ducidodto put oil' tho judging till'' 3 p.m. I might havo boon suro that Captain Bualianan would act with his usual bourtesv, but until his lottor appeared I liad po idea ho had succoodpd , m landing thom. . , Suroly tho public statement mado as to tho doptii of water, will liavo tho ofleot of stimulating ?tlio bank protection, and also procure tho iiorvicos o£ tho dredge for a week or two. ? ' ? I am, etc., r'' W. LOYEGROVE. A corlijin .young man brought Ins ijfiyiTiced down from tho country to soo tho sights. -Ono day while {'h...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Nowra Municipal Council. TUESDAY, MARCH 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

Itfowra Munic'tpaS Cosjik:!J. Tuesday, iLuicic 16. The abovo Council ...met at tlio Council Chambers, at 7 p.ni. Prosont — Aldormon J. Green (Mayor), Gray, Graham, and Monaghan. — The minutes of previous mooting woro road and confinnod.— In Committoo of Fmancc, the imdormontioned items wore 'examined, ai)d thoir, payment agreed to: — F. Sidney. £4' 4s ; T. Duff, £3; Barrett. £2 10s: D. Galloway, ,5s ; T. .Warne, £1 7s : Hammick. £4 ; Rohardt, £1 15s ; J. Monaghan. £1 os. — Tho'. '-Mayor - laid on tho .table a report of the sub-committee appointed to report on tho expediency of open—' ing a'roiid at Nowra Hill, togotlior with -plan' of bridge required. Tlio report was rooeived for consideration at noxt Councd - mooting. — rl'lio Inspector of By-laws' report ou streot onoroaoh ments was laid on tho table, and formally recoived.— Correspondence inwards consisted' of : 1. A letter from Mr. Rosobj', M.L.A.., onolosing tho Minister of Works' reply to. :question sub mitted by him on 'behal...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

[?] Tiie Ei.eotohal Roll for 1880-1. — Tho electoral roll for this and tho oarly part of next year ave now exposed to viow at tho undermen tioned places : — Court Houses, Xowra, Nuiuba, and IJrougliton Creok, and tho Poat-ofiicos at Cambowarra and Kangaroo Valley. Electors of tho Shoalhavon district will: aavo tliomsolvos much aunoyanco m luturo by soomg tliat tuoir names aro, not only on tlio roll, but properly Kjiollod, otc., tho moro especially as thoro will be a gonoral oloction towards tho ond of tho prosont yoar, whon tho torm of tho present Parliamont will havo oxpircd. _ Cricket. — A crickot match, to bo playod at tho Recreation Rosorvo, Nowra, on Saturday, tho 27th instant, lias boon arranged botweon tlio Woollalnu Victoria C. C. and a toam repro sonting Shoalhavon., Tlio following aro the names of tho playorsV— Sydney : Goo. S. Sands (Captain), A. H. Gregory, J. Holdsworth, A. Pitt, D. Sands, G. Loggo, T. T. Griffiths,. H. Pitt, G. Gato, Hi Pitt, R. Pitt, J. Miller (umpire...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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[Enclosure referred to] Comberton Grange, near Jervis Bay, by Shoalhaven, 6th March, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

? ' ' [Enolosuro 'referred to! Coinborton Grange, near Jorvis Bay, by Shoalhavon,' Gth Maroh, 1S52.' ' Sir, — Presuming you to ho tho propor party to communicate with respecting any now dis covory of . gold, I doom it propor to transmit to you tlio oncloscd samplo of both Gold and Platiua, boing tho fruits of two days prospecting of two * parties from tho Shoalhavon, whom I inducod to ongago in ? that pursuit in Yalwal Greek, in this district,' and which is tho first tributary to tho bhoalnavon on tho south, or bt. Vmcout sido, abovo the head of tho navigablo part of tho rivor, qnd wlneh joins it about four milos there from, or say four miles abovo Mrs. Reiboy'a, station, on tlio Shoalhavon. Yalwal Crook (as you may find by the St, Vincont map),, consists of throo branches, exclu sive of Ettroma Crook, , (to which my present objoct doos. not apply) an(Vwi\ioh threo hraiichos descond from tlio dividing range betwooii the Shoalhavon anil . Jorvis ' Bay, ? Sc.,. and -all.'- of. .which ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Yalwal Gold Field. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

Yalwal Gold Sfield. We roprint, bolow, tho observations of tho omi nont deceased geologist, thoRov. W. B. Clark, on tho Yalwal and othor auriforous country in tho Soutliorn Gold-fiold districts. It will bo soen that tho writer's researches woro at that time directed mora particularly to tho discovery of auriforous alluvial deposits, though it will bo promised that his remarks apply equally to reef of which thou but little notico was takeu : — In tho preceding Roports there is only a brief mention of that portion, of ! hi- ba.-.ir, of tlio Shoalhavon, which may bo callod tho Yalwal Peninsula. And so oarly t\s March, 1852, tho Commissioner of Crown Lunds, for tho County of St. Viiicont, publioly noticoil tho omission, in a lottor which I think it right to produco in this placo, as an official documont. 1 Copy of a Lottor from tho Chiof Gold Com missioner to tlio.Colonial Soorotary. Sydnoyi':15th Mftrph, 1852. : Sir, — I havo tho honour to forward' tho onolosod that I havo recoived fro...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Presentation to Mr. W. Griffin. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 March 1880

MI§CI31iJL.A»T.E»lJS. Presentation to Mr. HV. Oriflln. On Monday, the 8th instant, tho friends ot Mr. W. Griffin, Bakor, of tins town mot at Host ? Patterson's Hotel, for tlio purposo of presenting to Mr. Griffin aVpuvqnik oniis departure from tho district. \ g g ' Tho Chairffian i& ojfcning tlitSmeofipg, com mented on the unostmtakious way ill which Mr. ' Griffin had always conk'ibutod to the collections . mado in aid of concerns, churches, race funds, balls, tea fights, &c., to his civility, and attention to. his customers, and to his gonorai charaetor as a neighbour and a citizen, concluding by calling on Lieut. W. Milhard to read tho address. TO WILLIAM GRIFFIN, MILTON. Dear Sir, — Wa desiro to givo expression to our kindly^ fcollpgs -towards you as a follow v'.'i citizen for a numbor j^f yfears ip this district. Sinco you took up your aB6-Jk amongmsS you havo ovor evinced courtesy, civility, Jn'M alton : tion to all m your business relations ; you loivo been ovo...

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POETRY. The Silver Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 March 1880

J^O B T R ¥. The Silver Wt'iliihii;. Come, wifo, sit hcro,\m\ \^U roat awhilo ?Till tho merry dancoasVo'; Om- silver ?wedding hasvmado mo feol - As if you wero mmo oiico more. I've quito forgotten my iifty yours : Dear wifo, can it be truo' That twonty-fivo yoars liavo como and gone : . - Sinco I loved and wedded you t Our daughtor thoro — God bloss tlio child ! ? ? For sho carries licr mother's faco : ?Just as you looked 'when you won my heart' ?v«- 'V ' .'WTith. your in^ocont girlish graco. v. ?: ???:. How fair sho is 'AcWliatP bless my soul ! . ? ? Wife, what is ? ' Our bttlo girl has\n% l»r heart ? To that rnscalj^Ri\ J^hiMlroy ? ?- Coaxed mother to toll rrV 8id\he, oh P .Well, wife, it novel- caujie ; h - I'll novor consent — you hear mo, wife ? — ? : ? ; Just toll hor that irora mb. What is it vou ask — if long rigo. ; ? ?i ? -Your father had answered nay, ? i . .. 'What would I liavo done P — Horn, woll, I think I'dhavo — mamod you anyway ! . - ' Judge John by myself,' you sa...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Intelligence in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 March 1880

EiilcSlift'cgice iia Brief. Tlio takings of tho Australian Cricketing . v.Teami on tlio Oval in 'Adelaide during tlio throo' , days o_f tlio match woro between £(500 and £700,' ? of which. the. association only takos a fifth: : ?* Tlio . Cooktown blacks liavo boon I'spearing ?; ' cattlo at'tlio 33nddavo'in\:;Eivei', oightcen miles from town. Tho uuiivo. police havo been dis .. patchcd-to tho.scono of tlio ^depredations,.: ! A heiivy thunderstorm paW^'over tho Braid-. . wood district 011 Pilda.y.:.last,.and an enormous quantity, of rain and hail loll. Tho crooks wore: iloodod in lialf-un-liour. Tlio Great Extended claim (J. ]L Blatclil'ord and Company) is filled Willi wator, .. And two:. small, claims ibolow Rod bank aro also filled in. It was tho 'heaviest fall ot rain, lor tho time, that wo have hud for years. . - Tho.woathor cloared at noon. At Uralla tho Bullion Company's last shaft / was bottomodron tho 17th instant.' Thoro are'!)' inches of wash, and tho prospecting gave 2 ozs....

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Original Contributions. Our Public Schools. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 March 1880

[?] ;.- ???? ?? Our H*uWic Schools. ?? It is not our intention in this nrliclo to' discites tlio merits of tlio present Act,, nor yet those' of that which will, in all probability, bo the law ol' tho land in a very short timoj .but leather -to' ???-? -make roforonco to tlio duties of parents to' tlioir '.ciluld ran in tho matter of education, and to the : ideas which tho gonoral public appear to-have' ' - regarding tho merits of tho various schools. -'.:'it;- appears to us that tho most blameworthy ;- fault which can bo laid' irt tho door of far too groat -number of parents in thoir solt-imposed--'.--' task of reariner a familv. is. tlioir nmrlflnfc .tn . ' insist on a regular and punotual: attondanao of of ; thoir children at school. Wo onco heard a -; : toaolior lay down as an axiom, ' When neither' : 1 their parents nor tho dovil can find anything for' children' to -do, tlioy 'will bo sent to school.' At : -: .first sight this lnay. appoar— to uso n common' -1.; - - ])hraso — vor...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 March 1880

'^T7'ANTED, a Oil/iM. G. TllOMSOlsV VV M.ul Coutiaflilfisowia. Si»4, , - %/ ':'A' NEW BRIO^HQ^S13 of .'1 rooms, and. - jCJL ? » detached .Jm/iiijn. in _good : . situation in . Nowraj' at rdasiffiiJWQ^'ont. : . Apply -at: Tehyraph Ollico, Nowra. /y IFwr isaipt /J V \ NUMBER ol/i'oi/g MKOfi^lSOWS, half x\.-' bred Berkdtoe/'.T^(tjr-fiw(!fts) shillings ? -each: .Also, :Pri«^3/RijY.-ROSIij POTATOES,-: ? 3s por, bag.\ IjTJGE/.N'E HAY, -ls per cwt. JAMES monaguan, ^ ' Groonliills. , ' ' ^PJie £3 as or ^ COMMEROJ B^VNIC, Torrara', will' 1_ CLOSE, for tlio Easter Holidays, -THIS- DAY, -Tln/i'sij ly/ai 1! p.m.,: and : R!E OPEN on TUESJfAT NEXT at 10 am. P. W. ELATT, Manugor. Si. it -D. ISattSf. t, rpiIE Slioalhavim.l raijch of tho abovo BANIC' i. will CIjOS/j o 7HURSDAY at 3 p.m. and opon for bus/lies- o/ TUESDAY afc'10 a:m.: ROIV '. EINLATSON, Manager. 'Muich 21, 1880. J Vcndci ?) Sleqiiired, , j/ rriENDEltS ?will- -'e rocoivod by tlio -, under-.: J. ' sigiiod up to ^lll/DAY, tho 2nd APRIL, ...

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Cable Intelligence. London, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 March 1880

CaSile fltaiuIISg-itiBice, - (From dm Herald.) Tjondon Jfaich 17 Tho Dofonce Commission liavo taken much ; valimblo ovidonoo. .; .Thoy will-ro-assomblo:at:tlio oiul. of May; and boing vory :anxiou3. to obtain a : colonial opinion on tlio ?: subjoct of defoncos, tho: .Odminissioii' ;:havo: 'invited tho colonies, to sond witno=sos. Tho Russians at Cronstadt and Nicolioff aro proparing; lor tho immediato dispatch of /further : munitions and ihon-of-war to the Pacifio to pro toot tlioAincor of Thibot, owing to oxpootod war with Cliina. Mr. J. ^ anon, lately, of Adolaido,/ contests .Loicostor, with Mr. Browne, of . Chelsea, in tlio Tory iutoiost. . Consequent on tlio roioetion of artiolo '7 of Mv: Ifo,.....',, l!,l„»u;„:, ^ Hill ? i.l;„ ij:;-..-!. -ti r-.: ???'. j. vxij '.o .uuui,iunuii .uui, uiu a-iuuwi mimstiy 'propose to.:,enforco obsoloto laws against : tho: J csuits. Tlio. .1'opo lias ? blamed ..tho Eoinnn , Catholic -Bishops / of :' Nottingham, and :Salford/fbr,,thpiiV 'langnago in...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 March 1880

T« tar Siibwlbcrs. SUBSCRIBERS to this -journal not rccoiving ' their paper rogulnrlv, will oblige - by promptly communicating the fact to tho pro prietor, at the officc of this paper. : ftlr 4« foe -Mel-8. , .Torrara L.O.L. meets Friday, Ajiril 23, at 7.30 p.m. Tho Crystal Spring Division, Sons of Tompor . ancb,' meet at Tomporanco Hall, Terrara, Tuos day, 27th April, at 7.30 p.m. AND SHOALIIAVEN ADVERTISER. 0'uBsSisIic«l every Thursday Morning, THURSDAY. MARCH 25, 18S0.

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Central Shoalhaven Municipal Council. TERRARA, TUESDAY, MARCH 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 March 1880

Central Slioalhavcn Itluiiieipal (.'OKltclf. Teruaiia, Tuesday, March 23. The Council mot at the usual placo and timo. Present — Aldormon Hymn (Mayor), Lamond, Monaghan, M'Loan, and 'Widkor. — Tho minutes of previous meeting woro read and confirmed. — Considering corrospondonco inwards, On., tho subject of a letter roturnod from tho Nowra Council for cortain alterations in tho- contoxt, Aldermen Monaghan, M'Loan, and tho Mayor eondomnod tho proposed alteration as a more quibble to got out ot a bad bargain, and on tho motion of Aldormon Monaglian and Lamond, tho lottor was roturnod stating that tho proposed alteration could not bo aceedod- to.' -The out ward corrospondonco comprisod thoso ordorod- at tlio previous mooting.— Aldorman , Monaghau ? diroctod tho attention of tho Council to tho urgency of - gotting. somo provision mado for obtaining rations for the '.aboriginos:of -the dis-. trict, but on tho suggestion of the !Mayor it was deoided to loavo tho inattor tor tho Shoalhavon ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 March 1880

The Man who Tends pr Imports,— As many do, an imitation or countarfoit of a popului medicinal cordial drunk lW thousands,' knowing what. ho vends or unpojws to be a pornioioiis article, dosorvos summary punishment. Bowai-c of so-called tonics and diuretics l-eeommondod ns hotter than or tho same as TJdolpho Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Scljnapps, and purchase none but tho genuino proparation.— Hollo way's Pills. — Bnfeebled Existonco. — This' medicine ombracos ovory attribute required in a'gonoral and domestic remedy, it' overturns the foundations of disoaso laid by dofoctivo food and im])ure air. In obstructions or congestions of ? tho liver, lungs, bowels, or any othor organs thesePills aro especially serviceable andominontly successful. Thov should be kopt in readiness in every family, boing amedicino of incomparable utility for young peraoita, specially those of fooblo constitutions. Thoj^jinVer cause pain or irritate tlio most sensitive norvS( or most tondor bowels. IIoUoway's'PiT...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY. 2 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 March 1880

Tclc^apliic Intcmi^ciiee. - IriiOJI OUR CORRESPONDENT.] ' SYDNEY. Wednesday. 2 r.ir. . Mr. D. Buchanan's protection resolutions .? , .were -again counted, out last niglit, and no ' / 'other business was done. — The English v -j -. mails vt(F Suez will roach Sydney to-morrow . morning. — Sir James Martin's liealth still renders him unfit for judicial duty, and a further leave of absence is granted. — The . contest for the Clarence electorate lies be tween Mr. Fnwcett, of Richmond River, and Pnrves, a Sydney gentleman. — Tlie Govern ment continue to make provision for the employment of skilled labour by the invita tions of tenders for additional important public works. — Judge Dowling and Mr. M. H. Stephen, Q.C., have been appointed temporary Judges for tho Circuit Court duty. - London, March 23. — Afghanistan news of a more hopeful character is now to hand. ?The chiefs ot sevoral tribes have offered to :? submit, and negotiations aro pending which may lead to friendly relations. The ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Shoalhaven Police Court. NOWRA, TUESDAY, MARCH 23. (BEFORE Messrs. B. Brown, J. Glanville, John Monaghan (in the chair), and H. G. Morton.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 March 1880

^Pioalliavcn Police Court. :: Nowra, Tuesday, JLutcit 23. - (Before Jlossrs.- B. Brown, J. Glnnvillo, John :Monaglian (in tho chair), and H.:G. Morton.) I .. The Clerk intimated the rocoipt ot an applica i, tion on tho part of complainant, in tlio ? case; Harding v. Lcary, for tho withdrawal of tho in formation as the ; caso had beori:- satisfactorily-' sottled. Graiitedv.-: 1 ON PREMISES EOR ' AN -'UXLAWTUL purpose. ? I Tlios. Duff, jun., v. Honry Grogson. i Tho information' in this caso -charged tlio do fondant with having boon on tho promises of complainant at half-past 9 on tlio morning ot tho 15t.li inst., for an unlawful .purpose; Defendant by his solicitor, Mr. Alfred Roberts, pleaded'uot guilty. : --Thomas Duff, jun., deposed On tho morning of tlio loth instant,, about halt-past liino, I was ?working about 150 yards from homo ; 1 hoard my wifo.seroaining, and whon 1 got to whoro sho was, she said Grogson was iindonioatli tho houeo; I saw him at a little distanco-off, and lie...

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Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 March 1880

Xcwspapck, Titbre was a time when- tlio^ tiiiy London j\Tomlettcr was very pationtly oxpocted in the provinces, reaching its destination in days or weeks, according to circumstances. The delay of a few days up or down went for nothing; and it was just as well, when coach or stage-waggons were continually coming to grief, and a rainfall or a snow storm might mjjlce tho roads impassable. When tho slioetSamved at last, it was leisurely spelled auli deliberately passed on, sinco copies woro Imv and far botweon, and tho subscription to it an oxtravaganco of rank and position. Now each of tho quick-morning trains drops its bundlos of damp-letter press at every station ; aud fortwith the folding is done, which there was no timo for in the scramblo at houd quartors. In oaoh villago thoro is a srnaJl shopkoopor who acts as hows agent, dis tributing tho papers, soonor or lator, ovor tho longlh and brcadtii of his distriofc. Travol whoro you will on the iron notworlc, you can novor lag many' h...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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