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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 April 1880
LOCAL IXTEEiIilCw-EUfCE. ' Valwal. — Mr. James West, of tho Homo ? -ird Bound Co.'s claim, Yiilwal, doposited in ??????. S. & A. C. Bank a 58 ox. cake, tho result a crushing of 42 tons of stone. — Tho tender ? Stone & Co., of Ponrith, for driving a tunnol the 'Star' Co.'sclaim, at£l 2s 6dporft., has '.i 'on accoptod. Tho bulk of tho tonders woro at ruros ranging between that of the accoptod ? t udor and £1 7s (id ; but somo valued tho work ur- Iii^Ii us £2 5s por fool. Attention is directed to tho Numba Muni cipal Council's advortisomont, inviting tondors for works. The Cojiino Boat-rack.— Thoso who desire to get a full view of tho boat-raco on Saturday' noxt, should read tho advertisement announcing that tho steamer ' Our Own' will follow tlio race, starting from Nowra in good tuno. Gambling. — It will bo remembered that a raid was mado by tho Sydnoy polico on a gambling den last Sunday night week. Tho number takon in tho house woro in all 25 ; and having ploadcd gu...
POETRY. Flowers. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 April 1880
p « is v b V. Flowers./ SrAKE full well, in language quaint and olden, Ono wlio dwollotli by tlio qastlod Rliino, When ho called tho flowers, so bluo and golden, Stars, that in tho earth's firmament do shine. Stars they are, wherein wi read our hispry, As astrologers and sqjjjk of eld ; % Yet so wrapped about vll awful '^nystore*, Liko tho burning stars ?hicli they behold. 'Wondrous truths, and manifold as wondrous, God hath written in those stai£ abovo ; But not loss in tho bright floworots under us Stands the rovolation of His love. Bright and glorious is that revelation, Written iill ovor this groat world 6f ours ; Making ovidout our own creation, J In these stars of earth — these jaffdon flowers. And the Poot, faithful and far-semng, Sees, alike in stars and flowers, a part Of tho seli-samo universal being j 'Which is throbbing in his brain/and heart. Gorgeous flowerets in tho sunlit shining ; Blossoms flaunting in tho eyo of day, Tremulous leaves, with soft and silver lining, B...
Sho[?] Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 April 1880
ShoAha^fibipplni; Intelligence. I EXPORTS. Por Mawiu-ra fa.), Captain Garde, on tho 25th March, 1880. To Sydney: 237 bags maizo, 225 kegs butter, 79 bags potatoes, 50 pigs, 27 hides, 79 cheeses, 3 calves, 11 cases eggs, 9 bags oysters, 7 coops poultry, 5 bugs bacoii, 2 cases cheese, 2 bags beans, 1 basket w. ducks, 1 bag peas, 2 packages skins, 1 horse, and sundries. To Kiama: 45 bags maize, 3 pigs, 6 ohairs, 1 coop poultry. To Wollongong : 3 bags maize, 1 bag pumpkins. Per Illawavra (s.), Captain J. Gardo, on tho 30th March, 1880. To Sydnoy : 139 bags maizo, 36 bags potatoes, 9 kegs butter, 3 cases ogga, 1 case honoy, 1 caso sundries, and sundrios. To Kiama : 9 pairs w. ducks. To Wollongong : 2 bogs bags. *
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 April 1880
IUaWiiiTi) Steam Kavigation Gompany. ^ STEAMER'S TIME TABLE. . JjV R 0 M SHOALEAVM, Monday, C a.m. Thursday, 8 a.m. EROM SYDNEY, Tuesday «n«l Friday, at XI |i.m. All moals suppliod during tlio passagos of tlio stoamers froo of chargo. , . ' Tlio Stoam Droghers, under chargo of Captain Buchanan, aro always plying on tlio Shoalhavon' . llivor in connection with tlio Sydney stoamors. 1 1) : ? ??--. MANNING. EnKltsli, ami Australian V Chartered liunk. ?A : BRANCH of this Bank is now OPEN, at r\ ; '?'NTO'WniA - Shoalhavon. in tomporary promises,- for:tho transaction of all usual bank ing, business. JOHN DOWLING, Manager. Sydney, 8th June, 1878. . ;i..: . ; Wantetl to lic Mnown. M JONES, . Collins-stroot, Kiama, lias ? Horsos and Yoliiclcs EOIl HIRE. Ho is proparod to run botwoen Wollongong and Ulladulla. - Also, that lio is a cash purchaser of Hides and skins ill any quantity. D. IIHD8AY DYHOCK, ' Auctioneer and Commission Agent, JAMBEROO. ' V ? W. HALL, / General' Commission Agent, ' ??...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 April 1880
To Our Siibscriliers. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not receiving ' their pa^Rr regularly, will obligo by promptly communicating tho l'act to tho pro prietor, at tho office of this paper. ? App|intmcnt. MR. CHRISTOPHER MURRAY, of Numba, Shoalhavon, has been duly appointed AGENT for tho Shoalhaven Telegraph and Kiama Independent. All Orders for Advertise ments or Printing received through him will bo promptly attonded to, and his receipt for sub scription on account of either of tho abovomon tioned Journals -will bo a sufficient dischargo. JOSEPH WESTON, Proprietor : . Independent and The Telegraph. - Independent Offico, Kiama, Nov. 6, 1879. -. ' Meetings to be Mel -2. I Terrara L.O.L. meets Friday, April 23, at 7.30 .p.m. Tho Crystal Spring Division, Sons of Tompor anco, meet at Temperance Hall, Terrara, Tues day, 27th April, at 7.30 p.m. AND SHOALHAVEN ADVERTISER. Publhlted every Thursday Morning . THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 18S0.
Calendar for April. MOON'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 April 1880
j Calendar for April. Moon's Age. Last qmirtor ? 2nd, at '1.17 p.m. ?Now Moon ? .... 10th, at 1.12 a.m. First quarter ? ? 18th, at 5.19 a.m. P,ull:Moon. . 25th, at 8.55 a.m. . r — Sun — — , High-water atShoal -) Rises. Sets. ? navon Heads'. ~ n. m. n. it. a. m. r, m. 1- . ' 6 14 v 5 54'. / 12 12 2 6 14 5 52 12 42 1 16 '3 :v. 6 15' 5 '51 1 54 2 36 4 6 16 5 50 3 22 4 7 5 0 16 5.(18 ? 4 47 - 5 22 . 6 - ? - 6 17 5 47 5 52 6 18 ? r 7 ? 6 18 5 46 0 41 7 2
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 April 1880
To Lnt, |/ ANEW BRIOJi^XWCTSE of 4 rooms, and dotaclied lff®hoX in-^jood situation in Nowra, at roascftfliClo Km%—Apply at Telegraph Ollico, Nowra, I ~ SsEle, ? ^ A . NUM73E11 oS.Jktii/s W/Orfb SOWS, half bred Borkslfflio, Ivmiwyjqm (2os) shillings each. Also, P^moJsAj(ty lilfeffi! POTATOES, us per bag. Aiiifli^lN^hrHAY, 4s por cwt. JAMES MONAGHAN, . / Greonhills. ; €ni'e ¥onr Wwn 3taeon-. ^ . XjRIME EAT yi/s, in tlio corcass, from 60 to JL i 80 lbs woiA/jallqd and dressed ready for I salting, delivered /y The undorsigned, at 3d ])or i pound. / l / JAS. MONAGHAN, '- Groouhills. Fop Sale, I1 A GOOD SAlLE/yBOAT, and Gear, com XjL Jiloto. P./ i/'lflbr particulars apply- to - / /yt M'LEAN, 'If ^-Groonwoll Point, or /A. BUCHANAN, ' ' / - S.S. Brisbane. . Greonwell Point, 25th March, 1SS0. ; rJTen SWlJiigs ffiewaril. ^ X OST, on tho GroiViliills road between Nowra Xj and Torrai-r* cli SlVTUEDAY APTEK NOON last, a BLyE JLACIC MACINTOSH OVERCOAT. TjSol aboid roward will bo paid for tlio del...
Cable Intelligence. London, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 April 1880
Cable SnteSSigeucc. (From the Ilcrald.) London, March 25. Tho wholo of Afghanistan north of tho Hindoo Koosli is in tho hands of tho British. Abdurrahman Khan is advancing westward towards Herat, and lias appealed to Eyoub IClian for an allianco. Tho British will reinforce Gundamak from Jollalabiid, fearing an attack upoa tho formor oity. Genoral Stowart is advancing with OOOU mon -and will be replaccd.at Candahiir l)3r General Primrose, with 1.0,000 mon. G000_ men will bo stationod at ICurrum Valloy and lo,000 botweon Cabul and Peshawur. Tho Marquis of Hartington addrossed a meet ing of Liberals (o-day, and iu his speoeh roiterated tho policy which his party .would pur suo as oxplainod in his receut manifesto. _IIo added, that in tho event of tho Liberals boing returned to powor, thoy would ondenvour to es tablish European concert, and further adopt, coercive mcasuros towards Turkoy, iu order to l'orco hor to introduco a thoroughly offoctivo system of roforms. HorMajosty tho Quoon ...
Jervis Bay. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 April 1880
?ffervls Bay, On Saturday last, a vory nico vosso 1 was successfully launched from tho yards of Mr. Thomas M'Call, of Cunmnbono Crook, Jervis Bay. The dato for launching was originally fixed for Thursday, tho 25th instant ; but owing to the wot and boisterous weathor, it 'had to bo postponod to Saturday, and consequently but comparatively few people wero presont to view tho proceedings. Tho rigging was gaily decked with a liboral display of bunting ; and a little after 9 a.m., tho tido serving, tho customary bottle of ' Rccdorca,' handsomely decorated with streamers of red white and blue ribbon, was placed in tho hands of Miss Parnell, who, as tho vossol gracefully glided into tho placid waters of tho Creek, gave hor tho name of ' Georgo Thornton,' after tho Hon. Georgo Thornton, of tho Legislative Couucil of this country. Tho company woro most liborally ontortained at dinnor by Mr. and Mrs. M'Call, and in tho afternoon several horse races took placo on tho Moona Moona Beach for var...
DISTRICT NEWS. Meroo. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 April 1880
[?] [I'MOM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] Meriio. Gentle roador, do not mistake tho locality abovomontionod for that of ono similarly, at times, named and misprououncod — that is Mornya. Also pleaso to noto that it is not a placo dignified by tho samo namo whereat was onco a ' rush ' in pursuit of tho precious motal. No, this (, 'Winning littlo locality — for it is my nntivo placo — is situated somo inilo or two to tho oast ol Canibowarra and along tho northern sido of tho main Southern Coast Road. It ombracos somo oight or ton soctions of rich agricultural laud at presont dovoted principally to dairying and tho growth of maino and pota toes. Tho land is pretty equitably divided, tho farmors boing for tho 'most part' lords of thoir own manors. A portion of tho Berry estate is comprised in tho region as abovo denominated, andlotmoassuroyou that tlio toiiantshavo not very much of tho appearance of serfs about tliom, as somo of your people over thero would liavo us boliovo by thoir post-prandial...
Colonial Society. "But man, proud man [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 April 1880
Colonial Society. ? ' But man, proud man, Most ignorant of what lie's most assur'd, Plays such fantastic tricks boforo high hoavon, i As mako tho angols woep.'V i In this bountifully oudowod land thoro is | but littlo in tho history of . tho past tluit . | is calculated to oloyato tho mind of i tho rising generation beyond tho porish- ] ing realities of time and souse.- ; First , it was a criminal settlement, ruiou ,oy military authorities. Before tlio establishment of lio-: sponsible Govermnont, tho gulf between 'tho rulers aud tho ruled was very much similar, to tho social relationship — if the term is admis-. siblo for suoh comparison — of prisoners aud prison officials. Many thero wero who, in tho, natural order of things, enjoyed 'liberty.' Tho tick-st-of-loavo, after its conditions woro . duly complied with, placed its rocipiont consti tutionally ou a level with any othor subject. .. Yot, socially, tlio chasm betwoon him and his.| late rulers, or thoir descendants, romained ns...
Original Contributions. Our Public Schools. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 April 1880
Original Contributions. Our Public Schools. II. In continuation of our remarks on tho Public ' schools, we now draw attention to tho second heading—;' ' Tho ideas which tho public hold with regard to tho schools individually.' To obtain a test of tho officiont working of a school is by no meuns an easy mattor, and a correct estimate of tho inaunor in which tho design of tho foundors is being curried out, can not uo arnvou at wituout an lnumato Know lodgo of tho working of -C^/ school, by porsonnl observation, and withoutWn acquaintance with tho facts which affect tho regularity of attond anco, tho mental status of tho pupils, and the drawbacks or advantages which tho teacher on tho ono hand suffers, or on tho other, enjoys. Somo teachers, for instanco, aro continunlly flaunting thoir colours before tho public by giv ing exhibitions, (ind by prize-giving. On these subjects wo shall for a short timodwell, because wo deem them of importance, as so many parents aro gulled into tho belie...
Nowra Municipal Council. TUESDAY, MARCH 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 April 1880
Konra Municipal Council. Tuesday, March 30. The Council met at 7 p.m. Presont — Aldermen Green (Mayor), Gray, Graham, and Monajjlian. — Tho minutes of previous mooting woro read and confirmed. _ i ? ? . RETORTS, ETC. The;, report... of -.the Finance Committee was agreed to pro. JbrmS.— A report. from Aldormon Ufoy.ana uranam, recoinuienumg. .coroain lm- i provomonts, was i'beoiyed.— The Olork handed m | a roport from, tho assessors, which was rccoivod. | . PETITION'S. . - A petition was rocoivcd from Mr. 0. Murray, requesting on behalf of the Catholic Church of Nowra, that a culvert he constructed in ; front ?of tho It. C..' Church, was received. ' , ' CORRESPONDENCE. ; . - , Inwards : 1.-; From Central Shoalhavon Coun cil, on tho subject of the. south-oastorn boundary, road. Outwards : 1'. To the Central Shoalhavon Municipal Council, on the samo subject. . 2;f Tho Survoyor-Gonoral,' on the : subject of .survoying a road from Nowra to North Huskisson. v BY-LAWS.. Tho consideration o...
Nowra Wesleyan Church. SECOND ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 April 1880
Nowra Wesleyan Church. SECOND ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. As announcod tho Rev. Geo. Woolnough, M.A., of Ashfield, Sydnoy, conducted tho services in connection with tho second anniversary of tho Wosloyan Church at Nowra, on Sunday last, at 11 a.m. and at 7.30 p.m. At each sorvico thero was a fair attondanco, ' despito tho uninviting appearance of tho woather and its ill oft'ects upon tno roaus. Tho weathor on Monday was most uupro pitious. At one time of the day the sun shone out, and it was thought that tho evening would be fine onough to proceed with tho soiree and the lecture ; but about an hour boforo tho tables woro sot rain camo down in torrents. Howovor, many bravod tho storm, and though thoro was not prosont half tho number that would havo been thoro undormoro favourablo circumstances, it must havo boon gratifying to tho_ promoters to have seen so many thero from distant parts of tho district, as it manifested a deop intorest in tho affairs of the church in every part of tho Shoal...
Shoalhaven A. & H. Association's Quarterly Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 April 1880
Shoalhaven A. & H. Association's fltuarterly Sleeting. In our last issuo wo gave tho paper road by the Secretary at the recent quarterly mooting of tho Association, but want of spaco precluded tho publication of tho observations which wero mado by mombors on that and tho papor contributed by Dr. Brcroton. Wo now givo an ox-itonio of tho proceedings. Mr. Jas, Monaglian obsorvod that opinions of judges varied each year, so much, on what con stituted merit in every section of exhibits that exhibitors woro puzzled as to' what consti tuted merit. Tho decision of ono lot of judges was rovoiscd by thoir successors, and sojne wont ovon tho longth of saying that tho judgos in somo cases knew the exhibits and wero accordingly influenced in their decisions. Ho thought that if tho judgos woro required to stato thoir reasons for decisions tho results would ' generally bo moro satisfactory. Howovor, ho did not say so in condemna tion of Shoalhavon Shows as compared with thoso of other par...
Numba Municipal Council. THURSDAY, MARCH 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 April 1880
Kumba SZuniciiial Council. . Thursday, March 25. i The Councilmot at 5 p.m. Present— Aldermen Ryan (Mayor), Condon', Woods, and'\^eigand.— The minutes of previous mebtiug: wore, road and confirmed . — Correspondence inwards comprised ono lottor -(in reply to' ono 'from tho Mayor, dis ftitched in. Novomber last), 'and notifying that the i%ad at Greenwell Point was proclaimed, in a direct Imo m lieu of tho deviation towards Crookhavon creok, and confirmed as. applied for by Couucil.— On the motion of Aldermen Woods and Weigand, tho Works Committee's roport recommending the carrying out of the undermentioned works,' was adopted. — On tho motion of Aldormon Woods and Condon, tho metalling of 15 chains of Greenwoll Point road betwoon Mrs. Shannon's and Nobles ; and that tho day labourers bo sont to make cortain re pairs on samo road. — Tho Finance Committee's roport recommending payment of tho under mentioned items, and submitting an estimate of expenditure for tho current municipal year...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 April 1880
Cure ¥oiir Otvn Ofiicun. ^ PEIME PATTjpsyhtho corcass, from 00 to 80 lbs woij/t, lyfl^cl and drossod ready for salting; doliveilWBylio nBftof'signod, at 3d por. I-0Und' ''r ,^AS. MONAGHAN. . V-;.i/ . . . .Grcenliills; , . Cnmlewarra. j , JOHN STUWaItI w| hold liis USUAL AUCTION |A|j'B at Cainhowarra, on SATURDAY NEXTl 10th instant, at 2 p.m. A To J-t, I' NBW BET0/jI/USE of -1, rooms, and dotachod In/feood. situation in Nowra, at roaaon\nlc^'ont. Apply at /I'deyrapli Olfico, Nowra. / IMPOUNDED at/Nuinba, on tlio 2nd day ofi ' :? April, 1880, fwTk Brundoo, by Mr. Joseph Poak : — Rod lioiforyno visiblo brand, about 3 years old. If not ifcloAod, will be sold at this Pound at nooif ol /tho 22nd April, -1880. B013E11T BENlrnl I'oundkeopor. ipltt* f59rtSc. (/ 'A: GOOD SAILING BOAT, and Goar, com ii . ploto.- For fili'tlior particulars apply to ;iv-;-v- 4 A j^jM-lean, / / #Jroonwell Point, or / I, B/a-IANAN, \ S.S. Brisbane. ?Oroonwoll Point, Loth March, 1880. ? 4 : Photography, - ' ^ Ifc'/...
Cable Intelligence. London, March 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 April 1880
9JHS-ie IsEte!B5f;-cn8CC. : : (From the Herald.) : London, March .31. .. .vTlib result '.of- tlio- polling ill tho City of Lon don was declared to-day. : Tlio rolativo strength of partios i has not .boon :changod by; tjioso elections, tho: : City having again roturnod throo Conservatives- . and ono -Liboral.. ! , ... April 1. Tlio result of tho elections, so far,- has oausod profound surprise. Tho hoavy .voting .of tho working in favour of. tlio Liborals was socured on tho -promiso that; the ; I?oroign policy of tho :Barl of/ I3oaconsfiold!s Govornmont wonld not bo disturbod,; though .-it is v ovidont ; that if tho Liborals havo a large majority;- thoy will attompt, a . joint /'coercion with . tho^.liuropean; Powers of Turkov.. Tho liopeof .-a-Torv majoritvis already dostroyod, and it is '.-estimated that tho Tjiborals, Hadiciils, and Homo Eulors. will havo;a majority of ovor 30. , ?Tlio Marquis of Hartington ' or ; tho Earl, ot Granville will load tlio Liborals, and Mr.- Glad stono...
Alderman Jas. Monaghan on Mr. Roseby, M.L.A. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 April 1880
; AStlcrniaii tFns. SSonugiiaii oai Mr. Mi owelty, M.Bj.'A. : TO TIIE EDITOR OF: TIIE*. TELEOltjVl'II. ' Silt, — As bj- the following roport published in youv:papor. of: tho proceedings of- the- 'Nowrtt. Municipal Council, hold on tho 2otli of Eobruary last, - a most . unwarrantable and unprovoked ? attaok was mado.upon my voracity-by cno of the aldorman, which lio has not-liad tho candour to withdraw or publicly rotract. Might I ask you , ? to publish tho onclosed corrospondonco upon the subioct and obligo. , , Yours, &c.r , ' ' JOHN ROSEBY. 833 Goorgo-streot, Sydney; ' : i, ; - - . . [cory.] - 833, Goorgo-stroot, Sydnoy, Maroh 9, 1880. . ? ? To Jamos Monaghan, Esj. , ,. .-; j Dear Sir,— 1 havo 'just rocoivod'a paper tho Telegraph in wliich. you aro reported 'to haye ? said; -mth roroi-onco to tho cominunicationitfiolil: ?to your Municipal Council, j'c -fiho^Dmft -.Bill . ? for licensing timbor carriages', ;.tliat -yqu did ? not boliovo 1' had consulted any of- tho monitors...
Original Correspondence. The Shoalhaven A. & H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 April 1880
[?] flic S!»«aIiE!!ivcsi A. M. AsHOciaSioat. TO TILE EDITOll OP T1IE XELEOKAI'II. Slit,— 111 your roport of tho Shoalliavon A.. aiul H. Society's meeting, a statement of tho Secre tary is omitted, viz., that ho would allow any.: mombor to copy, the list, of mombora, and that ? lio bad not refused to allow Mr. S. Elyard to do so. I havo communicated with that gentleman, and liorowith oncloso his roply, wlueh I trust you will find space for in' your valuable journal, and obligo yours truly, JAMES MONAGHAN. 'Nowra, 29th March, '60. ' Dear Mr. Monaghan, — In answor to tho onquiry mado in your letter of this dnto, I beg to inform you that about the time that tlio ro — ,.„i „c. ii,„ a ? ? agitated, I asked tlio Scorotiiry to the socioty to allow- 1110 to -copy tho list of members. ??-Mr. M ?Arthur told 1110 he could not do so without tho sanction of a gonoral mooting. As the mattortook placo so long ' ago, I have 110 doubt :, ho lias forgotten : it. Yours truly, SAltUEli: Elyahd. ' ?