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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 April 1880
:' No pent up Utica contracts our powers' may bo truly said of ono of tho most invaluablo preparation of modoi-n tiuios, for its sales are not confined to any particular splioro, but.oxtond ovor .. all tho quai-tors_ of tlio globe. Orders aro boing constantlj' rocpivod from remote soetions, and its oxport eonstitutos one of the staplos of our trade. ; Circulars and pamphl ofe^oxpl anatory of its curative' 'properties h&o b'oe'ii translated into all languages, and.-thovo i®-jio jiortion of tho world whore UdblphoWoU'e^s, Schiedam Aromatic Sclinapps'is not known. — Adv. y Dew oi? . the Alts. — Tho world outside of Europe having, discovered that this palatable tonic liquor is the finost invigorant extant, tho demand for itin tho Wostlridios, South America and Australia has literally become onormous. It is strango-for hjmdreds of years so wonderful ail appetizer aud -stomachic should havo beon comparatively unknown beyond tho Swiss fron tiers, and the thank's oft millions are. d...
Good-bye. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 April 1880
Grooas-lfoye. Did you ovor hoar two married women tako I loavo of caeh otlior at tho gato on a summor ovoning ? This is tho way thoy do it. I ' Good-byo !' I ' Good-byo ! Como down and soo us right soon.' M I 'Yes, so I will. You cAuo up ritlit soon.' . 'I will. Good-byo!' I \ ' Good-byo. Don't forg^ to coinolup soon.'. 'No, 1- won't. Don't you Jorgot to como up-' . : 'I won't. Bo suro and bimg Sally Jano with you noxt timo.' 'I will. I'd have brought nor up this tuno, , but sho wasn't vory woll. Sli( wanted to como awlulbad.' ? ' Did sho now? That was ifo bad. Bo suro aud bring hor noxt time.' -? '?1 will; and -you bo suro and bring tho babj ' ' 1 will. I.forgot to toll you ho's out anothor tootli.' j ' You don't say. How many , has ho got' now9 ' Eivo. It makos him awful cross.' ? ' I gness it doos this hot weathorJi.jWoll, good bye 1 Don't forgot to como down.' *.? : ' No, I won't. Don'J^you forgot to Wo up, good-byo !' ai)d they^oparatoA-. '? A famieh writes to tho editor of tho...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 April 1880
UEAITII. M' Arthub. — At tho rosidonco of his parents, Groonliills Iron Store, Shoalhavon, on Saturday, 10th April, 1880, through injuries receivod by a kick from a horse, William Richard, boloved son of John and Alico M' Arthur, aged 3 years and 9 months. £!« C'clcantijl).. A£D SHOALIIA VEN ADVERTISER. ' Published every Thursday Morning, * THURSDAY. APRIL 15, 1880. ,
The Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 April 1880
\ * The Edttor. . ' Josn Billings says : ' If anybody has hard work to pleaso most pooplo, it is an editor. If ho omits anything, 'ho is lazy. If ho spoaks of things as thoy aro, pooplo aro angry. If ho glosses ovor or smooths down thorough points, lio is bribed. If ho calls tliing.-vlratheir propor names ho is doclared ljufii for his position. If he does not furnish his roadors With jjikos, ho is a mullet. If ho does, ho is a rattlo^hoad, lack ing stability. If ho indulges in personalities, he is a blackguard. If ho doos not, his papor is dull aud insipid.'
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 April 1880
There are two features in the geographical aspect of Shoalhaven, which strike the visi tor almost at first sight, viz., the quantity of ? unreclaimed land, and the area of country which for all ordinary purposes of agricul ture appear to bo valueless. To be sure, some agricultural economists have made the statement that under intelligent treatment there; does not exist what may he termed unprofitable land; but outside the denser centres of population, but few are found to interest themselves in reclaiming ' barren ' land, or in discovering the resources of soil ' and climate which may yet be characteristics of this country, , Passing, by the land still unalienated' in this district — which is suffi cient proof of . its being of but little use to the unscientific husbandman — let us turn to those portions which are called ' swamps.' That which is situated at the south-eastern side of Nowra, — Graham's Swamp — on a rough estimate embraces an area of ' about 350 acres, and furnish a fa...
It is so Easy to Write for a Newspaper. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 April 1880
St is so Easy to Write for a Slews ? ? itaiier. He was a friond of mino, and used frequently to drop in and give mo advice, as to how I ought' to run my paper. viHo was minister, - and consequently thought j- shoiild dovoto it :f liitlo more to- the causa^of a-oligion, and not quite so 'much to:politics;,. Ho^sjid it could bo mado a power' for good iir.,the Western land; in !whicli we had both .'cast 'our. fortunos. He was a lover of tho original, too, and said ho disliked to see reprint, and thought I should write 'more— take tho time; in ' facc, to fiu tho paper right up' with good now stuff. I ven tured to say,- 'Brother, you had a ? glorious mooting at -tho, -schoolhouso, I hoar; suppose you write it. up ior mo.' He didn't seem tb act as. thougli.-.lie wanted', to. ' I .urged.. Ho flushed a littlo and stood Ground, awkward liko. He had nevor boon, h'onourod with an invitation to -write for the press before. I still urged.'-' Then ho took off his glovos tipd hat. Then I gave Mm a...
Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 2 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 April 1880
Telegraphic Intelligence. I [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY. 'Wednesday, 2 r.sr. In tho Legislative Assembly, last night, roturns woro ordorod rolativo to tho romoval of Mr. Slattory from tho public sorvico. Sir. 11. Parkos proceeds with tho socoud reading of tho Electoral' Bill to-day. — In tho Logislativo .Council, tho Public Instruction Bill was finally disposed of last night and sont to tho Assembly. — Groat surpriso is occasioned in commercial circlos by tho announcoinont that Mr. G. R. Dibbs had assigned his ostato to Drysdalo of jjrysuaio ana uouurcs, rojiriwonniig luuiuuuruu creditors, and Mr. Balfour, tho manager ot' tho Oriental Bank. Tlio position ol his estato is not known, as no mooting of creditors has yot takon placo. — Lord Loftus gave his first bali at tlio Governmont Houso last night. — Tho Com missioner of Insolvency l-ofusos a eortificato to Homy Lumsdaino, Oliiof Inspoctorof Distillorios, on tho ground of recklessly incurring liabilities when hopolessly insolve...
A Teetotal Speech. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 April 1880
A. Teetotal Speech. ... , Apteii tho loaders at a-, teetotal .mooting - had oxliaustod thoir eloquence iu oxtolling their own virtues, and, in tho usual tomporanco language. | consignod the brewer, publican, and wino mor- I chants to tho regions below, tho working men i woro patronisingly invited to narrate . their.' experience of the blessings of toototaHsm. Accordingly a man— apparently a schoolmaster, i —addressed tho. mooting, and stated that for many yoars ho wiif. a modbrato, drinker, seldom I drinking more than a jiint andia half or two pints of beer a day ;? but having road aud heard so much of tho advantagos\of total 1 abstinoncc, about twolvo months ago ho was induced to tako thoplodgo. ' My :-frionds,' ho said, , ' in tho first wook I saved^throo shillings '—hoar, hear —'which tho publican would liavo . had'— choors ' in thrco months my savings amounted to two i -pounds' — great ehcoring*-^-ll,in six months I had i. saved by toototalism''fivo\pbunds ' — onthusi- : I astic...
Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 April 1880
Commercial Intelligence. [by electric telegraph.] Plour (household), £11 per ton; seconds, £10; country brands, £11 to £12; Adelaido flour, £11 5s to £12; Warrnambool potatoes, £2 10s to £2 15s ; Molbourno onions, £2 15s to £3 ; maizo improved in value at 2s 3d - to 2s 6d per bushel; bran and pollard, lid; Adolaido wheat, 4s 9d to os ; Sydnoy wheat, 4s Gd to 4s 9d ; bost butter, 5d to 9d ; inferior, 3d ; oggs, Is 6d to Is 9d por dozen, scarce ; cbeeso, 3d to 8dperlb; bacon, 4d to 8d ; ham. lOd to lid; fowls, 3s per pair ; ducks, 3s ; gooso, 7s ; cock turkoys, 15s ; hons do., 6s.
Why the Tay Bridge Fell. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 April 1880
Why the Tay Bridge Fell. NoTniNQ lins boon olicitod so far to show that tho bridgo could ovor havo boon safe in an ordinary galo, or that a liurricano was re quired to overthrow it. It is quito plain that tho quality of tho ? metal good, bad, or indifferent, had nothing to do with tho cntns trojihe. If tho columns had been made of ;cold blast irou, and if the bracing had boon .-heavy and of tho best material, tho bridgo 'would lmvo boon destroyed all tho samo. It . would havo boon overturned bodily. Accord ing to tho Engineer, no'thing that could pos i sibly liavo beon dono in tho way of stiffening ;tho columns, or augmenting thoir strength, could havo compensated for tlio want of efficient anchorage. It so liappons that tho piers wero too weak to rondor even such anchorage as thoro was available, and it would bp breaking a buttorfly on tho wheel ^ovascormin that tho cast iron was rotton, and tho wrought irou littlo bettor than puddled b)ij'. AH mo evidence goes to show tliat tho de...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 April 1880
SM1\ESi]La6}E3&Te:E. TnE Bourne Belief Fund. — Wo have to ac knowledge tho rocoipt of a cheque fortwo guinoas (£2 2s) in aid of the fund for tho roliof of Mr. Bourne and family, kindly contributed by tho Rev. W. Grant. Wo hope that Mr. Nowton is succeeding in tho object of his canvass. ' Charity bogins at homo.' Athletic. — Those who admiro feats of pedos trianism will havo an opportunity of gratifying their tasto by boing present at tho Numba racecourse on Saturday next, when Messrs. D. Pollock and J. Grconway aro to 'spurt' for tho £40, of which each havo doposited £10. 'Rust in Wheat.' — This is tho subject of an articlo writton oxpressly for this journal by Mr. Surveyor Taylor, of Kiama, by request of tho editor. Tho articlo would have appeared in this issue, but it has been detained through publication in the Kinma Independent, which came to hand too lato to allow of the articlo being published this week iu the journal for which it was -written. Police Court. — At the S...
Preparing Seed for Sowing. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 April 1880
Preparing; Seed foi* Sowing;. In view of tlio fact that oarly sowing for cereals may bo admitted as a rule that can be applied generally to tho majority of tho districts of Viotoria, and. particularly to tho newer settled areas, tho important matters connected witli tho preparation of tlio sood should now receive attention. It will be agreed by all who have road tho exhaustive discussion that has taken place in our columns with regard to shrivelled grain, that the theory held by many as to such boing un desirable for seed purposes is not well founded. Our own opinion is that the evi dence put forward by tho many practical cor respondents who have taken part in this discussion fully demonstrates that soed, as! long as it is of good quality, should not be i rojoctod for sow ing purposes merely because of being slirivolled. Screening and pickling ; are important processes that sliould\ot bo ; neglected previous to sowing. Sgroe'niiig^ should be attended to in the case\of %11:! seeds, b...
Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 April 1880
Shoalliaven Shipping Intelligence. ' ARRIVALS. April 7.— Illawarra (b.), from Sydnoy. ,,/ 9.— Illawarra (s.), from Sydney. DEPARTURES. April 7. — Emily (ketcli), for Shollharbour ; Our Own (a.), for Sydnoy. „ 8. — Illawarra (8.), for Sydnoy. „ 9. — Prosper Coulon (so nr.), forTomago. „ 12.— Illawarra (a.), for Sydnoy, EXPORTS. Per Illawarra (s.), Captain Gardo, on tho 1st April, 1880. To Sydnoy: 177 bags maizo, luf. kegs butter, 23 bags potatoes, 45 pigs, 48 cheeses, 2 pumpkins, 9 coops poultry, 5 packages leather, 8 cases eggs, 2 packages w. ducks, 2 calvos, 2 packages plants, and sundries. To Kiama : 39' bags maizo, 1 pig, 4 cheeses, 1 coop poultry, 7 casos bottles, 4 casks bottles. Per Illawarra (s.), Captain Gardo, on the 5th April, 1880. To Sydney: 596 bags maizo, 54 bags potatoes, 5 bags oysters, 5 casos oggs, 9 hides, 1 caso piano, 1 horso, lot of cedar, 1 bag ' bacon, 3 cases sundrios, 1 caso w. ducks, 1 coop poultry, and sundries. To Kiama : 23 bags maize, 1 box. To Wollong...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 April 1880
IlliiWiti'iit Steam Xavigatioii Company. ... STEAMER'S TIME TABLE. , Jjl BOM S H 0 A L H A; V E N„ Monday, « a.m.' Tlmrsilay, .8 a.m. FROM SYDNEY, Tuesday and Friday^ at SB 11.111. ????' if All meals supplied during tho passages o£ U10 . stcamors free of charge. 1 Tho Steam Drogliors, uudcr charge of Captain ? Buchanan,' aro always plying on tlio Slioalliavou ' - Itivor in connection with tlio Sydney stoavnois. -/; ? ?' E. MANNING. -V ? : ? Knglisli, Scottish, and Australian Chartered Itank. A BRANCH of this Bank is now OPEN, at; _fjL NOWRA, Bhoalhaven, in temporary ' promises,' for tlio transaction o£ ull usual bankr - ?.- ing business. . ?? . JOHN BOWLING, Manager. . Sydnoy, utli .Tuno, 1S78. ? ? Wanted S»e^ Mnown. ?XXT JONES, Collins-stioct, TCiainn, 1ms ; W ... Horses and Vehicles EORHIRE. , Ho iefpropared.to run botweon ..Wollongong and UlUululla. ??'. :? Also, tlnit ho is a cash -purchaser of- Hides and skins in any quantity. D. LINDSAY DYMOCK, i Auctioneer anc! Commission Age...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 April 1880
To Our Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not receiving their paper, regularly, will oblige by promptly communicating tho fact to the pro prietor; at the offico of this paper. Appointment. MR. CHRISTOPHER MURRAY, o£ Numba, Shoalhavon, has been duly appointed AGENT for the Shoalha'uen Telegraph and Kiama Independent. All Orders for Advertise ments or. Printing received through him will bo. promptly attended to, and his receipt for sub scription* on account of either of the abovemon tioned Journals will bo a sufficient discharge. JOSEPH WESTON, Proprietor ' Independent. and The Telegraph. .'Independent Office, Kiama, Nov. 6, 1879. ... 05r Meetings to be Held. Terrara L.O.L. meets Priday, April 23, at 7.30 p.m. .The Crystal Spring Division, Sons of Tomper anco, meotatTomporance Hall, Terrara, Tues day, 27th April, at 7.30 p.m. Good Tomplav's Lodge meets at Nowra this evening (Thursday), loth April, at 7.30 p.m.
Calendar for April. MOON'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 April 1880
? Calendar for April. Moon's. Age. Lastquarter ...... 2nd, at 4.17p.m. New Moon .,. . ? 10th, at 1.12 a.m.' First quarter . . . . 18th, at 5.19 a.m. : : Pull. Moon.'. ? 25th, at.8.55 a.m.; ? ;-j! I j- — Sun — — , I High-water at Shoal-' -j ' j Rises. Sets. | -haven Heads. '? : ' I h. m. ir. st. I A. IT. P. M. ? .15' 6 24 5 36 11 34 ; 11 55 liS 6 25 5. 34 ? — — 12 17 '17 6 25 5 33 12 40' 1' 5 18 6 26 5 32 1 32 .2 2 19. 6 27 5 31 2 34 3 10 20 ' 6 28 o 30 3 47 ' : 4 24 21' I 6 28 5 28 I ' 4 .59 5 31.
MISCELLANEOUS. Exhausting the Soil. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 April 1880
ailSCEJLBjAlVJEOSJS. Exhausting the Soil. . - . ? Theke are no soils, however ricli, that with continuous cropping will not in timo wear out. With, some soils, it is true, great . liberties may be taken in the cultivation of crops without regard to a judicious rotation and even growing tho same crop several years iu succession on them ; but this cannot : ? : : 1)0 kept up continually. A day will surely - ? come wlien the richest soil under such treatment will be despoiled of its fertility ?...: and fail to respond to the drafts mado upon . ? / it. It is an inexorable penalty that follows an abused law of nature. It is a lessou which science long since taught, but which has to be dearbought experience again and again as one generation foEows another. Death and taxes are not more certain than that whatover elements are taken off by cropping must be replaced in some way, if fertility is to be maintained. Twenty -five years ago the virgin soils of some portions of the North-western stat...
POETRY. Honour Thy Mother. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 April 1880
' P'OET^T. : Honour Tliy\lo'ihcr. Honour tliy mothor— tho dear old heart— Thoio aio bnowflalres on her brow ; Timo has sih ored her goldon hair — Sho's gi'owing feoble now. Her lips aio thin and shrunken, boys : Thoy tiomblo when she speaks, But thoso nio the lips that kissed tho toars From off thy childish checks. ? Honour thy mothor — I havo none now — '. /. I laid lior 'noath tho sod : Among tho mountains far away Sho's mouldering with tlio clod. The'doarost ono in all the world- — ? - Thebiavest — truest — best; -' I nevor know horwortli until Wo laid lior down to lost. 'S' . A1 ? . - r- , Honour thy mothor — het oyos a^dim, : ? Thoy fool life's evening shadqji^ Yot glow with such a holy lovd— A lovo.that cannot fado. \ . The sands of life are running, out, ..... But feoblo though she be, : Thero's no ono olso upon this earth, Will go as far for thee. . ; Honour thy mother— you cannot walk ' i' ?. ?.????? Into a mine so dark That hor kind eyes won't soo you'thoro With nature's l...
Arrival of the English Mail VIA SAN FRANCISCO, AT AUCKLAND. London, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 April 1880
Arrival ol' the B3ngli»U Mall, , VlA SAN FRANCISCO, AT AUCKLAND. fllcmld'a Telegram. J London, February 21. Pi'incoss Louiso is rocovoring slowly from hor sloigh accident, but tho injurios to her hoad and nock compol absolute repose. A despatch from Sir Michaol Hioks-Boaeh to Sir Bartlo Froro, dated Doeombor 11, favours solf-Go'vornmont for Natal and tho Transvaal whon thoy bocomo sottlod as a loyalcolony. Tho Socrotary of tho Vicoroy of . India is appointed High Commissioner and Commandor at Natal. Tlio Royal Commission on Colonial dofonco held two sittings this wook. A lottor from Gonoral Roborts has beon road to Parliament, refuting tho allegations of cruolty and wholosalo executions by his ordors at Calml. Mr. Nowdogato intended to introduce a motion to chock tho obstructionists' 2-rocoodings in tho Houso of Commons, but tho Govornmont announced that thoy would introduco a motion with tho samo object. Baron Lessop's cngincoi'B' roport is in favour of a lovol canal across tho Ist...
Cable Intelligence. London, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 April 1880
Cable InteiligenCe. (From llic Ilcrald.) London, April 7. It is probable that numerous oloction potitions Will bo sent in. . , _ - ' Tho Board' of Trado returns for March havo boon published. Tho ; oxports amounted ..to :',v £18,812,500, or an incroaso of £2,G87,uU0 ; and tho imports to £37,625,000, or an increase , of £9,187,500. Tho Biglit Hon. Hugh Childors, speaking at Hull, said that tho Liberals would maintain tho unity of tho Empire, and the connection botweon ?: Great Britain awl lier colonios, .Which was, con- j Bidored of Vital importance! Local gurernmont; Would bo given oqually.to couutios and boroughs. ? The liberals also desired that full justico should bo dona' to Ireland; but thoy Would not havo ?: Homo Enlo. Tho same.. Parliamentary and ; municipal suffrages existing in England would be extended to Ireland. ? ( April 8. ,v The Liboral majority in . tlio Houso of Oom-'' lnons is considerably strengthened by.'yostorday's elections. Sixteen moroH seats havo boon secure...