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Original Correspondence. Yalwal Crushings. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 March 1880
.Cos-E'tt»g»4-ii«lleitce. .-'SPalwal. Crnstaliift ».? : ?TO THE EDITOR 01' THE.Tr.I.V.flU.U'IT., ; Sin.— I obsorvo in your loader of. Maroh 18th the rosult of an assay of tho 'tailings' from one of tlio lnachiuos at Yalwal, giving as the - loss of gold por ton, 4oz. 4dwt. 20grs. ' Either 1 I am : mistaken as to your moaning, or some serious mistako has boon mado in tho calculation; whioli is a very serious matter, being likely to' : ? load to groat oxponso. and disappointment.' If ? ?you mean that tho gold amounting to -002G was: bontainod in tho wholo 5lbs. of '? tailinas;' the -result per ton is only loz. 3dwt.-8grs. -But if tho -002G . is tho per cbntago, then tlio result is much less. If' you ineau that- lib. of the ' ' tailings ' contained '0026 of gold, thon the ' result is 5oz. lGdwts. 1 lgrs. por ton. Tn sueh ah', important: matter,; .nothing 'but- 'wliat is- v.: absolutely correct should bo published. I think it would bo, thoroforo,- only right that you ? should look ovor t...
Sir George Innes on the Press. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 March 1880
§ir Qeoi-g-c Iiuics on tltc Press. At tho banquot rocontly given to tho Foroign Commissioners, Sydnoy, Sir G. L. Iunos, in proposing tho Press, said : I liavo boon asked, and vory gladly I havo complied with tho request, to propose to-night tho toast ol' 'The Press.' I am not going to inflict upon you at this hour of tho night a lengthy speech, and I am woll suro that thoro is lio one hero who does not recogniso tho stupen dous importanco that groat institution — a free Press. Thank God, wo nossess it : and I trust nono of us may over livo to seo tho day whon its liberty may bo imperillod. It is a priceless boon — not achieved without a mighty struggle, and if it is ovor threatened it should bo del'ondod with ovory drop of patriotic blood that warms our veins. AVell lias it boon called tlio sacred palladium of our liberies. AVell has a fervid orator spoken ol as 'tho groatest sentinel of the ^tate, the grand detector of public impos tiute and Veil has ho said of it, that ' wlW it si...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 March 1880
IiOCASi The Shoalhaven Banks will close for tho Easter holidays this day at 3 p.m., aiul re-open on Tuesday noxt at the usual hour. Mining. —Miners1 and quarrymon aro re minded that tho tendors for driving a tnniiol in tho 'Star' Company's Claim atYalwalmust bo in not later than Tuesday noxt. Public ISai.i.. — Tlio animal celebration in connection with tho Loyal Southern Cross Lodgo of Odd Follows, takes place at the Town llall, Torrara, oil Monday, night next. announces that Mr. A. AVolf has commoncod his trado in tho premises lately occupied by Mr. Tory. Mr. Wolfo has recently completed tho newtelograpli buildings at, Torrara to his credit as a tradesman in point of expediency and workmanship. Ciiuitcii oi' England.— This nftornoon, and during tho night till 10 p.m.,, tho bazaar in aid of tho furnishing of tho now Church of England Church School at Nowra, will bo resumed. A varioty of ornamental and usoful wares will bo offered to the public, and visitors will bo onter tained with...
Shoalhaven A. & H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 March 1880
Slsoalliiiveii A. & IS. Association. The adjourned quarterly mooting of the mem bors . of tho abovo mentioned association was hold at tho sohoolroom, Terrara, on Monday last, at 7.30 p.m. Tho minutes of previous mooting, .woro read and confirmed. Tlio Sbcrotary ver bally reported that sinco tho previous meeting of tho mombors tho annual show had boon hold. Opinions varied as to the sucftcss of this year's show. Somo considered that of 1879 a hotter show, .while othors doomed tho ono of this year ?the best. It must bo borne in mind, howoyer, that the wet weather, interfered to some oxtent ? wii.il i;uu success oi iasc, ypar s snow, xt was complained by somo that bach sho w -was. only liko its predecessor, but at any rato . thoso who lmd' obsorvod tho operations of tho society, could soo that thoro : was a marked progress since former yoars. The oxhibitors wore, no doubt, : .with low. oxcoptions, tho sumo persons from ?; year, to yoar lately, but that was duo to tho supinonoss...
Harvest Thanksgiving Festival at Kelso. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 March 1880
? Harvest Thanksgiving Festi val at I£els6. ?Fob several years past in - the mother country tho ingathering of the harvest has been the . occasion of festive rejoicing and pious thanksgiving, more especially in connection ? with the National Ohureh.' In many things, social or political, .we'-^are decidedly in advance of Old England, but in the . matter of united prais -/ to God for the harvest.: wo, have certainly been behind - hand. \ The present incumbent (pro. tern.) of the old parish and venerable church at Kelso — the Eev. J. Stoddart— having had a consider able experience in Hal-vest Festivals in England,' had only to \ place the subject before, his parishioners, 'and the heartiest co-operation was immediately secured, and with a result which wafe most gratifying. Ceres is no longer regarded as the Goddess of the harvest; if we were writing in the 'brave but idolatrous days of old' we . should say she was propitious, but it was ? with gratitude we remembered that th'e days- of...
Australian Mutual Provident Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 March 1880
Australian Mutual Provident Society. As announced, a mooting' of tho Shoalhavon members of tho abovo- named socioty was hold in the Temperanco Hall, Torrara, on Saturday evening last, at 7.30 p.m. Tho Eov. J. Har gravo was voted to tho chair, and tho numbor and standing of tho members prosont dearly indicated that a deop interest is taken in tho affairs of tho socioty by Shoalhavon mombors. The rev. chairman road tho notico convening tho mooting, and indicatod the objects sought to bo obtained by adducing a numbor of striking and coneluBivo facts in support of continuing the oxistmg modo of voting by proxy. 'What thoy woro mot for was to givo expression, by a sorios of resolutions, of tlioir disapproval of tho pro posal to do away with tho voting by proxy and requiring tho personal attondaneo of mombors at the head office, Sydney, when an election took place, otliorwiso disfranchise thorn altogether. IIo read a letter from Mr. Uoseby, M.L.A., signifying his concurrence with the obje...
Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 March 1880
Sboalhavcn Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. March 10. — Illawarra (s.), from Sydney. . ' 13.— Illawarra (a.), from Sydney. ' 1-1.— Our Own (s.), from Sydney; ' Formosa (koteli). from Sydney. „ 17. — Moyoan (schooner), from Syd ney; Illawarra (s.), from Sydney; Esther Maria (koteli), from Sydnoy. ,, 20.^— Our Own (s.), from Sydnoy ; : Illawarra (s.), from Sydnoy. . ? . „ : 21.— -William anil- Alexander (koteli), : from Sydnoy. . DEPARTUR.ES., March 10.— Our Own(s.), for Sydnoy. ,r, 11. — Illawarra is.), for Sydney. - „ 15.— Illawnrra (s.), for Sydnoy. p - 18i-rOnr Own (s.), for Sydney ; Illa warra (si), for Sydney. ' , ' ,, 22 — lllawaua (s ), foi Sjdney. ~ EXPORTS. Per Illawnrra (s.), Captain J. Gardo, on tlio 18tli March, 1880. To Sydnoy :: 536 bags maizo, 203 kogs.buttor, 106 bags potatoes, 82 pigs, 80 ohoosos, 23 bags bark, Id' cases eggs, 11 coops poultry,. 8 packagos leathor, 2200 ft. codar, 4 bags oysters, 1 case, 1 baskot and 2 bundles w. ducks, 1 caso cheese, 1 bag bacon, 5 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 March 1880
illawnrrn Sdeairaii WTavigation Company. 'STEAMMKS ' TIME 'TABLE: Jjl R ,0. M B J1 0 A i II A Y ? N i HIOiiday,:(| a.ui. Tliui'sflay, SsM». FROM SYDNEY, Tucsila) ami Friday, atXlSMU All moals supplied during tlio'p(issagos o[ flio . steamers free of eliargo. ?itiiTlio Stoain ProgiiorB, undor chargo of Captain .Buchanan, aro always: plying on tho'Shoalhuypn Rivor in eonnopfcion with tho Sydney Btoamors.' .E.- MANNING-., . ? ' JEhrIIsIi, ?' (Scottish; and A«strs»liai» ilmrtcred . IBank.'-. '. ? ? 'A ' BRANCH of tins Bank is'; now OPEN -at :- J\. NOAVll A, Shoolhavon, in temporary, 'pvoinisesj i'or tlio ti'ansaciiion o£. all usual banks - jng business. - _ ' J OIIN DOWLTNG, „ Managcv. Sydney, othilunc, 1878. . ? v.,.. Wanted --» he Known, * '?'?Al'7r'';'-;-'JON3S®i' ' ' CoUinsrstroot;- Kianm, .. lias f V ? Horses find 'Vehicles EOR HIRE. ..'He- is. proppvotl to run botweon Wollpngong find Ullnuulla, ? Also, that ]io isn, cash purchaser of Ilidos and ' pkins in any quantity, . ? 3). LXI...
Calendar for March. MOON'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 March 1880
Calendar'- for MareSa.; .; Moon's Age. Lastquartor ? -y,- 4th, at 9.11 a.m. :. ? Now Moon ? ? ? ? ? lltli, at 10. a.m. ?' First quarter . .v. . . 19th, at 10.41 a.m. -- Full Moon. ... ... . 20th, at 11.28 , p.m. - ^ . ^5 V,-p— Sux ? 1 I High water atShoal- : g ' Rises. Sets. | . liavon Heads. nTS? n. it. a. ji. . :r; 25 6 8 6 .3 7 24 7 15 , 2b 6 9 6 2 S( 5 8 21 27 6 10 6 1 S 12 9 0 6 11 5 59 9 19 9 37 29 6 11 5 58 9 55 10 15 ?. 30 . 6 12 5 50 10 35 10 55 ' j'iWSlVu r .6 13 5 55 . 11 17 ,vllyl3 l~j
Gardeners' Calendar. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 March 1880
Crai'denei's' Calemdar. march. .'???TCiTcnBN Gauden.— Somo quick growing varieties of peas may now be sown;, a full crop ? of colory may be planted, care boing takon to havo tJio ground thoroughly manured. The cabbago and othor plants planted out last month : will need . considerable attention to prevent injuryifrom blight. A small quantity of onions -for-winteri'and; spring use may bo sown this '??? nnontli. and tho crop already ripe should bo taken im: ; this direction applies also to carrots, .v. 'il. .— M ? fW mmiirft it. Ripening seeds should bo daily gathored. ml. . ..Flower Garden. — Keep the weeds well down, and should the weather provo unusually dry, attend to watering. : Preparations, for lay-. ? 'ing. out tho gardon, such, as trenching, pulyor-. ?'- ?:'? izing tho soil, may now! bo made — let dahlias, bo, carofully - fastened to supporting , stakes ;? tho - : ' sumo- remark applies to similar plants.. ;Tlio. ? planting . of bulbs sliould-bo .proceeded with,; pink beds may...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 April 1880
G-ENEEAL PRINTHsTO OFFIGE, Kinghorn-street, Howra, Shoaihaven. THE oxtonsivo circulation scoured for The Telegraph throughout Shoalhavon and tho . South Coast, rondors it of spociitl valuo as an advertising medium. Tho Ollico is roploto. wth PLAIN A.ND FAN 0 Y TYPE, BORDERS, and ORNAMENTS, which onablo tho ]nopiietor to oxccuto work in a stylo oqual to any ofllco in tho colony, with' tlio utmost acouracy and dospatch. The Telegraph is published overy THURSDAY Morning, at six o'olock, and foi-wnrdod to all parts of the colonies. TERMS OF SUUSOtllPTION. Yearly, in advanco ? : ? £10 0 Half-yearly, in advanoo ! .,;_v jo (j Quartorly, in advanco ? \ 0 0 6 On credit, por quartor . . . ........ . . 0 0 0 - All accounts rendorod quarterly. Tho quartors torminato on tlio 31st March, 300i Juno, 30th Soptombor, and 31st Docomhory : . at-whioh periods only can subscribers declino,: by giving 0110 wook's- notico. in -writing) pro- ; yiously, and paying tho amount duo to, tlio ond of: tho ourront...
Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 2 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 April 1880
Telegraphic Intelligence. (.FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY. 'Wednesday, 2- P.M.. ?? Mr. Slattory, m reply to tho Govermnont re questing him to show causo -why lio should not ; bo .romovod from tho office of Prothonotavy, ' still asserts his non-responsibility to Ministerial : ? authority. At a Cabinet meeting yesterday, tho Governor was advised to dismiss him from public service. Mr. Slattery has passed as a ? Solicitor, and will probably practico his pro fession. — A circular has been sent to tho govern ment Departments, agam cautioning tho Civil -, Servants for filling positions as directors. Commissions aro also making inquiries relating v.. to tho alleged practico of Civil Servants engaging in private business, as stated by the deputation to the Colonial Secretary on that subject. — Thero is splondid weather for tho Cup Day, Potroa is tho favourito, but many consider tho race very open. London, March 30th. — Tho troubles at Afghanistan have not ceased. A genoral rising of tho t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 April 1880
' No pent up Utica contracts our powors '' may bo truly said of ono of tho most invaluablo preparation of modern times, for its sales aro not confined to any particular sphoro, but extend ovor all tho quartors\of tlio globo. Orders aro being constantly recoived from.romoto sections, and its export constitutes 01& of tho staples of our trade. Circuhirs.uridVimpfttets explanatory of its' curative proportie's\hav#Beon translated into all languages, and tlioro, Ts 110 portion of tho world whoro UdolplioWolfo's'fjjchicdam Aromatic Schnapps is not known. — Adv. Dew of tiie Alps.— Tho world outsicto of ?Europe having discovorod that this palatablo tonic liquor is the finest invigorant extant, tho demand for it iii tho West Indios, South Amorica and Australia has literally become enormous. It is strange for hundreds of years so wondorful an appetizer and stomaohie should havo boon .comparatively unknown beyond tlio Swiss fron tiers, and the thanks of millions aro duo to Messrs. M. M...
A. J. C. Autumn Meeting. Sydney, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 April 1880
A. J. C. Autumn Meeting.. Sydney, 4 p.m. - . The abovo races commenced on Monday last. . 'I'lio.following is the result of the various: ovonts ? nin yesterday (Tuesday), and of thoso up to tour o'clock to-day. Second Day.— Tuesday. . Hurdle ' Iiace— Express, 1; Esmonde (late Torpedo), 2. Autumn Stakes— Sweetmeat, 1 ; ? oiiwarrow, 2. Champagne Stakes— Grand Prix; ? ? i ; Waterloo, 2. . Australian St. Lodger Stakes -Potroa, 1 . Doncastor Handicap— Queensland, - I ; Sunlight, 2 ; Master Avenel, 3.
Rust in Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 April 1880
Rust in Wheat. I We ( Quccnslamlcr J havo boon favoured with a communication upon tho abovo subjoct writton in Gorman, of which tho following is a transla tion : — ' As I am only two years in Quoonsland, and not yot ablo to writo tho English languago perfectly, I troublo you in my own tonguo. I havo soon in your valuablo papor, tho Queens lander, of tho 24th January, a paragraph about tho rust iu wheat ; and I fool intorostod to stato how wo in Germany provont tho rust in whoat, and should bo glad if any of .my follow-colonists could mako good uso of it. 1. Tako two wasli ing-tubs, or any otlior two largo vossols, half till thom both with clc.au wator ; in one of thom put a largo handful of limo, and stir it woll so that tho limo becomes quito dissolved ; thon put tho sood-wheat for about ton minutes in this limo- wator and stir it all the timo. ? Aftor this is woll done, tako tho wheat and put it into tlio othor vossol with water, to clean tho seed of all tho lime-water ; thon tako...
Now-a-Days. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 April 1880
\ low-a-Days. 'Sfes, there is a world of difference between doing housework now, and twenty-five or fifty years ago. 'Whether folks aro liappior is a doubtful question ; that they are not as healthy, is cortain. Women have a liardor timo than they used to have, notwithstand-: ing all tho conveniences, aud patent rights, and labour-saving inventions. I do' not woudor at all, that they, get all tired out, and We fooblo and sickly, and it is sfa'ange that men do not see it, but'JL suppose people have to follow the fashions, even 'it does make martyrs of them. Now, whenT commenced housekeeping, I expected to woi'k hard ; but my husband and I were young, . strong, ariB. healthy. I was married Thanksgiving time, and it was Thursday night. 'We had a roal old-fashioned wedding, not sucli finikin affairs as weddings are nowadays. AVo stood up in the square room, and tho minister tied the knot, and made a short prayer ; then they kissed .the bride, and such hosts of ; introductions as thoy ha...
Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 April 1880
'Commercial Intelligence. [l)Y ELEOTRIO TELEGRAPH.) ? : Hunter Rivor lucerne, £3 10s por ton ; prime worth from £4 to £4 5s; mouse very plentiful, 2d por bushol. Other cereals aro quiet at ?lato values; bost butter 9d por lb; inferior qualities 3d upwards; best qualities bacon aro : nun at 7d ; choose 4d to 8d; honoy, 3d to 3d; i'liieswax, 5d to 6d; pigs (olive), 2M to 3d ; igs, -Is- 3d to Is Odper dozen; fowls, 2s 6d to . jp'or-pair; ducks, 3s to 3s 6d; goose, 5s to 6s; M irkoys, Gs to 10s.
MISCELLANEOUS. Burrawang Farmer's Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 April 1880
— ' . * V V ? '? Buri'awang' J^nrmcr's Club. ? ( Abridged from the Scrutineer.) Tub regular monthly meeting of the above Club was held at Miles' Hotel, on Thursday, 19th. Eeb., on which occasion J. Hanrahan, Esq., J.P., President, occupied the chair. ? - Mr. J. J. 0. Atkinson said he had been ? specialty invited by letter from the Sec. to attend this niBetine, in view., of the forma tion of a cheese i^ctory. Burrawang, and was requested tdybring jMr.'^Holden ; with liim, bitlf tliat^gontlomun declined to attend under a fee of £^o\ho had tlio plea . suro of introducing to tiie Club this evening a gentleman of the greatest experience, one of tlio best authorities in England and also . .villi Australia on cheese-making, Mr. Harding (applause), tho late manager of the late Mr. ; .T.: S. Mort's cheese factory, the largest in the .world, at Bodalla, on the south coast of Now South 'Wales. ? Mr. Harding said it gavo hjm much plea sure to be at this meeting, and' he was pre ? pared to give....