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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 April 1879

, Ix/might be expected, that a body of men so eagerly and indecently committed to tho pro joct of acquiring to themselves exclusive and . indefinite powers and privileges, as our Legislative Assembly has shown itself to bo, would ty accident or design afford the pub lic before long somo sample of tlio use ( which they would mako of thoso powers and , privileges, if they possossed thom. Such a sample was furnished tho other day during the course of . debate in tho Assembly ; and - furnished, wo are sorry to say, by ono of tho members for the south coast districts from ?whom wo should have expected better things. One fine day in the middle of last week, a somewhat desultory discussion took place, having arisen out of certain statements and ? explanations made by tho Attornoy-Gonoral, Mr. Windeyer concerning tho status of some of tho gentlemen of tho long robe : and during this discussion somo remarks fell ' : from the member for Wollongong, which, if : (such things must be said, it wo...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Contributions. From Sydney to England, VIA SUEZ CANAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 April 1879

[?] From Syilncy to liiijlttiii], VIA SUEZ CANAL. [By Video.] Or all the ni'inths in tho yoar-h\ibruiiry is the one in which intouding tourists should leave the ATistraliim shores for England. It was at this period of tho year, 187S, that I ro-tolvoil lo inalce the trip, and noxt. to making purchases of noces . sarins for f ho journey, the most difficult part of tlm business was lo decido — first, on the route ; and next , on tlio boat. , Tho anticipated monotony of a throe mouths' voyage in a sailing shin was any thin;,' but pleasant, so 1 resolved to mako tho trip in ii steamer. Two woro advertised to start within a week of each othor, belonging to diltor ont comnan'os, but going tho same route; ? - A survov oi- tlio saloons ot thoso steamers soon satisfied inn that for comfort, convenience, room, and position of cabins, tho ono belonging to the ' On mi I ' I,i uo was tho stoamor for me ; so without dolav I securod mv berth, and on the moriiing of ^!2nd -February, tound mysolf amo...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Among the Chinese. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 April 1879

Among the Chinese. . 1 During tho last month or two tho ' Sydney Morning' Herald ' has published r a serios of interesting articles undor the title of ' Among tho Chinese.' Tlioj writer oji.tho articles appears to havo mado journoys through evory lane and- alloy, . in Sydnoy, inhabited by Chinese, at all times, ; both night and day, and in tho articles referred to faithfully pourtrayed every phase of life then obsorvod. Tlio article reprinted below appears to be the concluding ono of of the series, and the final observations of the writer are well worthy of perusal. It is a matter of congratulation tliat so powerful an influence as that of tho daily Press has turned public attention to such serious grievances, and it is to bo hoped that its tacit oxposure of tho foundation of these dens of abomination, will tend to their abolition, as did a similar courso ou tho part of tho Press of the City of Glasgow, with regard to the hovels in that town : — ; 'It is.' not neecssary to raise any...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 April 1879

[?] To CoiiiiKSi'oxnKN'Ts.— ' W. T. Ar.,' Cnmhe . warm, tho. article you enclosed will appoar in next issue. .- OAiriiEWAKUA. School' of -Auts.— Wo hog-to direct the attention of our roailors to a notice in our advertising columns, intimatiiig/ that' tho' inhabitants of Cambewarra aro iibout to estab lish a School of Arts. This is a movement which deserve* the support: not only of tho rosidonts of that locality, but of all who take an interest, in the cause of education, and tho progress and wolfaro of this district. ; IjOOAI, TELEOHAPlt AXll PoST-OlU'ICE.— In- tolligonco was received in town yesterday stating, in roi'oronco to tho application of the Councils of Nowra and Torrara for. the erection of n post and tolograpli office in thoso towns, that tho Govormnont will not orcct such building at both of' tho towns; and that an officer will tirrivo in Shoalliavon during this week to report on the proposed sites, in which caso tho promoters had hotter bo up and doing. r: ;: :v: ' ' ? ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 3 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 April 1879

Tclcgrnpliic Intelligence*. ( From Our Telegraphic Correspondent. J ? : — r, SYDNEY. ' I ? ' WliDXF.SDAY, ' 3 l'.M. Isr tho Logislativo yAssombly, ; yostorday, ' Met . j h Garrott obtained loavo . to bring in a bill rospoct ingtho qimlifications of Civil-Sorvice- pension ers to sit iii tho Logislativo Assembly. Tho Sydney. Corporation ;iBillil)assod.iitSj.thu-d, reading. Miv M'Elhono carried a. rosolution for . tlio ; V production, of all ilcods for grants of land- in; favour of Sir Daniol' Coopor in Sydnoy and sub- : urlts. After tho report of Committee on tho validity of 'Mr. . Htzpiitviuk's: election. was road, :i that gontloman rosumed his soat amid cheers. Eurtlior progress was made' in tlio Estimates, and tlio House adjourned. ' ? ; i Mr. -Driver, moves, on ; Friday, that mombors of tlio Civil Service, or othorwiso, m Government employ, who wora- members of tlio Australian Team of Crickotors, bo paid their. salaries dur ing absonco from colony. , v ' - Abstract of Rovonuo for ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. Frederic Harrison on Books. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 April 1879

? : ' 1 ' Mr. Frederic Harrison on Books. A lecture was recently dolivered at the London institution by Mr. Frederic Harrison, his subjoct being ' The Misuse of Books.' There were, he said, many ways of abusing books, but not many would follow tho example of a eollogo tutor lie tliad known, whoso lifo-passion was the buying and read ing of books, but who always \throw the leaves as ho read them into the firo, as either worthless or already printed 011 his memory. The hoarding up of rare books of which we made little or no uso was a moro common foible; but tho worst misuse of tho art of reading he knew of, and at tho samo timo the most widely spread, .was the waste of time and attention Jupou latterly trivial pro ductions, while leaving unread or forgotten the greatest and best books ever written. Even scholars indulged too much in pro miscuous reading, although the longest life and the . greatest industry would not enable a man to master a liundreth part of the books really worth re...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraph and Post Office for Nowra. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 April 1879

Telesriiuli mill PostMIIicc for Kowra. On Monday oveniii'' last, tho 31st Jfarch, at half-past sovon, a public mooting was hold by the ratepayers of Nowra, for tho purposo of con sidering tho oroction of a telegraph' and post ofiico for tho town of Nowra. Miy Aldorman' Moss, of Greonhills, was votod to the chair, and aftor reading ono of tho noticos couyouing the mcotin';, in ii fow /pertinent remarks introduced tho btisinbss of tlio nrnni'n-*:' Mr. Alderman Mouaglmn, who said lio had not a freehold in tho town of Nowra, moved tlio first resolution, which was as follows: — ' That this moetiu;* oxprossesits rogi'ot tliat tho Torrara Council should apply to tho Govorn ; ; lnont for tho erection of a post and telegraph olfico in that township, which is tantamount to asking for tlio head offices to bo ostab / lished thoro; inasmuch, if such buildings ? aro orected in Torrara, tlio Govornluont \vill be reluctant to oxpond so largo an amount . / for. the samo purpose ill -i owra. : only o...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 April 1879

Too Muon Frill. — Tlio groat majority of thoso who attend n Govornor's lovoo must bo;j oxeuBod, says ' AtticuB,' in tho Leader, if tliohk'i want of acquaintance with tlio couvfc costiimo.ef Hor Majesty's drawing-room loads thom ii^to mistakos. It is ratlior an .unusual oeouvronco to boo at tho lovoo of a colonial .-.Governor a goutloman in satin smalls, silk stockings, square cut coat, with n plentiful supply of radios and a court sword. At tho first rocoption hold by tho Marquis of Nbrmanby n loarnod sergoant burst ( upon tlio astonished gazo of Victoria in, full cos . tamo do vigour. IIo paid tho ponally ot his I daring; by boing mistaken for tlio Governor's groom of tho chambers, and boing requested by a Hurried arrival to hold his liat until ho had mado his bow. Tlio indignation of tlio sorgoant as ho rovoalud his identity with dramatic foreo, » and tlio confusion of his interlocutor, may bo moro easily imagined than described.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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The Late Bishop of Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 April 1879

The Iiate Risliop of Newcastle. The death of the Right Rov. 'William Tyrrell, D.D., Bishop of Newcastle, which .V is announced in our telegraphic columns, will be heard of with profound regret by a very largo part of the community. Ho had been ailing for some time past, but, until recently, hopes were entertained of his ulti mate recovery. A telegram, however, yester day afternoon announced that he was in a comatoso state, and that his medical attend ants had little hope that he would rally. Their fears were realised, for shortly after that message'reached Sydney, Bishop Tyrrell was dead. He was born in 1807, and had consequently reached his 72nd year. He was a son of a former romembrancor of the city of London ; his mother was a daughter of the celebrated optician, Dollond. He was educated at the Charter House and St. John's College, Cambridge, where he gained a scholarship and graduated as fourth senior optime. Having hold somo parochial prefer j ments in England, on the division ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Nowra Municipal Council. TUESDAY, APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 April 1879

Kun'm Miioicipul C'miiicil. Tuesday. Apuji. 1. Tub Council met in the chamber at 7 p.m. Present— Tlio full Council. i The minutes of previous meeting were road i ami confirmed. . l'ETJTIONS ANJ) KEVOllTS. A petition was received from Mr. W. II. Beuiioy praying that the t.Vmncil tako action m certain matters ailoctmg -liis jiromise's in Kiiig horn-streot, Nowra. ..Tho petition was received to be considered at next mooting. . Tho iniipeetor' of nuisances sent in a roiiort (-n tho position of a road at Aowra Hill, wlueh also was received to bo considered at next meeting. Tlio Mavor brought u]- the report of tho Finance Committee recommending pnvnionts a.s under, and was adopted pro Jo rain: — IV fsiduov, £-1 4s: E. Jamiesou, £l 17s : 33. Hockey, £10 15s ; Mason Bros., £22 10s; Eorrv miscellaneous account, £7 0s Id; Cowan & Co., £4 12s 3d; Hudson Bros., £-1 10s Od; J. Green, £10 13s -Jsil; U-. Thomson, 10s. Total, £Wi Itss. COHUUSl'ONnENOE. Inwards— Consisted ol eight or ten let...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 April 1879

Shoalhavcn' Shipping Intelligence. I EXPORTS. For Hunter, (b.) Captain G. 'Walker, on tho 24th March, 1879, to Sydnoy : — 208 bags maize, v 81 bags potatoos, 15 bags oystors, 19 kogs butter, 9 cases eggs, G pigs, 2 horses, 22 cheeses, 2 cases fruit, 2 hides, 1 cask tallow, 1 roll leathor, and sundries. To Kiama : — 2 cases. To AYollon gong : — 20 bags maizo. Per Hun tor (s.) Captain G. Walkor, on the *27th March, 1879, to Sydnoy 552 bags maizo, 260 kogs butter, 125 bags potatoos, 4-1 pigs, 74 cheeses, IS bags oysters, 15 coops poultry, 9 bags bacon, 15 cases eggs, 1 cask tallow, 2 cases cheese, 3 calves, 1 horse, 4 casos honoy, 5 pack ages machinery, 1 case b . wax, 9 packages leather, 1 package s. skins, and sundries. To 2£iama i— 55 pigs» 1C bags niaizo, 2 bags pota toes.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 April 1879

Bllnwarra Steam Navigation Company. STEAMER'S TIME TAME. JP II 0 M S II 0 A L H AYE N, DIpiulii}', tt a.m.' Tlim'Hilny, 8 n.m. FROM SYDNEY, Tuesday ami Friday, at 11 p.m. All meals supplied during tlio passages of tho Btoamors froo of cliargo. Tho Steam Droghers, undor ohargo of Captain Bueliuiiaii, aro always plying on the Slioullmvon ltivor in connection with tlio Sydnov steamers. 1 :.v -E\ ? k 555»k1»s)U, Scnttiwli, and Australian L jj'' Clinrtcrcd llniik. A BRANCH of this I Sunk is now OPEN at ; NOWEA, Shoulliavon, in temporary premises', for tlio transaction of all usual bank ing business. JOHN D0WL1NG, ? . Manager, x Sydney, 5th Juno, 1878. Wanted to be Knovii. ~T\T JONES, Collins-street; ICiama, has ] VV ? Horses and Vehicles FOB HIKE. Ho isproparod to run botweon Wollongong and Ullailulla. Also, that lie is a cash purchaser of Hides und ? Bkins in any quantity. Mr. W. C. KING, ' SOLICITOR, & c., KIAMA. D. LINDSAY DYMOCK, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, JAJr.l5EE.0 0...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 April 1879

To our Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not receiving their paper rogularly will obligo by promptly communicating the fact to tho pro 7 priotor, at tho office of this paper. 1 Public Notice. j 1\/TR- JAMES AEMSTEONG, Postmaster, of I JLtL Terrnra, -will receive OXIDISES for ADVERTISEMENTS or JOB PRINTING on my account ; and all orders for such loft at his . premises up to 3 p.m. on ovory WEDNESDAY, will moot with prompt attention. JOSEPH WESTON. Telegraph Printing Office, Noxvra, March 17, 1870.

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Gardeners' Calendar. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 April 1879

Oardciiers* Calendar. APRIL. Kitchen- Garden. — Lot tho vacant ground bo prepared for planting, by digging up and well manuring. Sow lettuce, onions, broad beans, radishes, mustard, and cress, &c. Earth up celery, choosing a dry day for tho work. Beds for cabbago, cauliflowers, &cM should be got ready. Tho best heads of cabbage should bo selected and planted out for seed. Asparagus bods will require looking to, by removing aecn^eu stoma, ujui keeping down all weeds. Thin out to suit able distances carrots, turnips, &c. Potatoes will need earthing up. Flower Garden. — Attond principally to tho planting of bulbs, arranging them in bods according to tasto, avoiding overcrowding. (Towards tho end of the month tho propaga tion of tho majority of floworing trees and phrubs may bo profitably effected by cut tings, slips, and by offshoots or divisions of the root. Bordors for beds can now bo mado ; tho choice of plants depend entirely on the taste— dahliahs, lavender...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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The Size of the Brain and Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 April 1879

The Size of the Strain and Intelli gence. At a rocont Anthropological Congress in Paris, Dr. Lebon gave tbo results . of his experimental researches on the variations of volume of the cranium in rolation: to intelli gence. According to observations made on numerous serios . of crania it is provod tbat intelligence is in proportion -to tho volume of tlio cranium, the best ondowod racos, and among racos the most intelligent individuals having the most voluminous cranium. By comparing these series- of crania it is also found that tbo superior races present a much greater number of voluminous crania than tho others. -- The same phenomenon is pre sented^ proportion to the degree of civili zation'; the Parisian crania of the twolfth contury present, for example, -a loss volume than the crania of modorn Parisians; at tlie' same timo, tho difference among individuals becomes more considerable. Dr. Lobon doos not believe that height exorcises any con siderable influence- 011 the volume of .t...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. The Secret of Dr. L. L. Smith's Success. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 April 1879

MISCEIi&AiVElOVJS. The Secret of Dr. Xj. I». (HmUh'ti Succchn. ? fFrom the Bendigo Independent. J How is that colonial tradesmen generally do so littlo advortisuig- as compared with thoir American brethren ? In that wonder ful country everyone advertises, not fitfully, but always changing, so as to attract public attention. Hero advertising is carried on in a half hearted way, and advortisors ontor into print oecasionallv, and withdraw quickly when tho public liavo not soon tho advertisomont at all. Colonial advortisors fancy that if thoy advortiso at intorvals their end will bo acliiovod. No mistake could be greater. A casual trado advertiso mont may bo read, but if not repeated it is forgotten aud lost sight of altogotlior. ' Tlio groat aud successful advortisors of tbo world always persist, if tho expression may bo used, in advertising. An authority 011 this subjoct has remarked that, as a rulo, tlio first time an advertisomont is road 110 interest is taken in it; tho sec...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 April 1879

The screw steamor 'Wonga AVonga, 1009 tons, has beon purchased from tho A. S. N. Co. for tho purpose of boing converted into a floating hotel. She will ho at onco fittod up for that purpose, and be roady to accommodate visitors to thfc International Exhibition. It is rumoured tho Great Eastorn will be brought out for a similar purpose !

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Cambewarra. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 April 1879

? Ciinilicwarra. On the subject of tho School of Arts for Cambewarra, an occasional correspondent says : From various causes, but principally owing to the pressure of labour, tho majority of our young folks finish their school educa tion at a very early age ; and if properly managed the School of Arts may bo made, and ought to bo, an important auxiliary to the Public School. ? This may bo dono by procuring a small, well-chosen hbrary ; by establishing a read ing-room; by getting up lectures and con certs ; and, most important of all, by keeping up a well regulated debating. society. ? The ;fcruth is, under the pressure of the' weary . routine of bush life, tlio minds of both young and old require stimulating ; and we know nothing so potent for this purpose as a flourishing well attended School of Arts. 'We have been particularly struclcwitk the eligibility of the proposed site of the build ing, placed as it is, within fifty yards of tbo church, and about four times tbat dis tance fr...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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DISTRICT NEWS. Broughton Creek municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 April 1879

DISTRICT flTEWS. [fbom our correspondents.] Broughton Creek Municipal Council. Tiie usual fortnightly meeting of tbo Coun cil was held on Saturday, tlie 29th March. Present — tho Mayor (Mr. Lewis M'Intyre), Aldermen Grey, Tindall, Boxsell, Kunklor, M'Kenzie, and Marooney. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Outward. — Consisted of a letter to Nowra Council, informing them that land had been given them for tho erection of ferry house and yard, together with the fencing material provious to receipt of their letter. Inward — Consisted of six letters. 1. From Mayor of Contral Shoalhaven, requesting tbo co-operation of this Council towards obtain ing sito for public wharf at Greenwell Point. Ordered to be considered later in the sitting. 2. From Council Clerk of Central Shoal haven, with reference to taking steps towards opening the traffic at Sacldey's ferry. Moved by Aldorman M'Kenzie,' and seconded by Aldorman Kunkler, that it bo received and stand...

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Ocean Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 April 1879

Occan Mail Time Table. Time table for tho present month, giving the date on which letters, to be in timo for dospatch by tho homeward route, must bo posted at the prin cipal local post-office, as woll as tho date on ?which foreign lottors may bo recoivod after tho arrival of tho outward bound mail steamers. Pacific Mail, via California. Homeward Route. | Outward Route. Leaves Arrives at Leaves Arrives at Nowra. London. London. Nowra. April 23 Juno 9 Fob. 27 | Aprillo P. and 0. Mail, via Suez. Homeward Route. | Outward Boute. Leavos Arrives at Leaves Arrives at Nowra. London. London. Nowra. AjjrttJ^ Fob^ti^ ^^SopjJ-_ E. and A. Mail, via Torres Straits.* Homeward Boute. ) Outward Boute. Leaves Arrives at I Leaves Arrives at Nowra. London. | London. Nowra. A^rU_l-^_ijrune-23^_]_JFebj_20_j--j^Dril_25_ * By this routo letters, not ovor -J oz., marked, ' via Brindisi,' will cost 2d moro than letters marked, ' via Southampton ;' but those by tho former route will 'arrive in London eoven da...

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