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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 April 1880

- The Man who Vonds or Imports. — As many do, an imitation or counterfeit of a popular medicinal cordial drunk by thousands, knowing what ho vonds or imports to bo a pornioious articlo, dosorves summitry puuishmbnt. Bowarc of so-callcd tonics and diuretics rocommondod as bottor than or the samo as Udolpho Wolfe's' Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, and purchaso none but tho genuine proparation. — Adv. Hollo way's Ointment and Pills.— Tlio finest , remedies in the world for - bad logs, old : wounds, sores, and ulcerSi If usod according to directions given with thom, '.thoro is no wound, bad log or ulcerous soro, how, evor obstinato or long standing, but will yiold ' to thoir healing and curative properties. Numbers of porsons who havo boen pationts in several of tho largo' hospitals undor tho caro of ominent surgoons, ?; without deriving tho slightest bonofit, havo boon thoroughly cured by Ilolloway's Ointment and Pills. For glandular swolling, tumours, scurvoy, and diseases of tho skin, th...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Correspondence. Charge of Neglect against Mr. Roseby, M.L.A. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 April 1880

Original Correspondence. Charge of Neglect against Mr. ltoseby, M.IL.A. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. Sir, — As tho honorablo John Rosoby appoars to bo most anxious that I should onumorate tho various matters respecting which ho is ehargod with neglect or indiii'oronco, I may horo state a few of thom, though my timo at prosont is too limited to go into details. First, thoro is tho public wharf at Nowra ; tho telegraph and pos tal buildings for Nowra; the bill proposing a liconse on heavy lading or timber carriages; the rectifying of tho disgraceful confusion in tlio mail communication botwoon Slmolliavoii and Kiama districts. A particular roforenco to tho timo and mode of action in roferenco to those mutters would bo moro enlightening than a round of gonoral statements, which lead' to evasive conclusions, llo also states that ho knew nothing whatever of tho opposition that was raging in Toiyara against tho bill — very flattering this to tho Torrara folks, when thoy appear to have ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 April 1880

. Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. - \ ' ARRIVALS. ? April 14.— Ulawarra (s.), from Sydnoy. ? „? 15. — Caladoiiia(schoonor), from Sydnoy; I 'William and Alexandor (kotoli), from Sydnoy ; Promise (ketoli), from Sydney. : „ 1G. — Moyoan (schooner), from Sydnoy; „ 17.— Our Own (s.), from Sydney; Wonga Wonga (schoonor). from Sydnoy ; Illa : warra (s.), from Sydnoy. . ' ' , i.'. DEPARTURES. ?April 14.— Our Own (a.), for Sydnoy. „? 15. — Illawarra ?s.l, for Sydnoy. „ 19. — Illawarra (s.), for Sydney. EXPORTS. . a Per Illawarra (s.), Captain J. Gardo, on tlio 15tli April, 1880. To Sydnoy : 237 Lags maize, 7riohoesos, 47 pigs, 30 ungs potatoos, 17 pack ages1 luggage, 11 casos oggs, 9 coops poultry, 1 caso houoy, 3 bags oysters, 7 packages loatlior, 1 bag bacon, 3 packagos w. ducks, 1 hide, and Bilndrios. To Kiama : 56 pigs, 14 bags maizo, 1 pnrcol. To Wollongoiig: 15 bags maize, 1 bag hidos. To Ulladulla : 1 bag, 1 caso. Por Ulawarra (s.), Captain Gardo, on tho 19tli April, 1880. To Sydnoy...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 April 1880

Illawai'va lavigatioii Goui;»my. STEAMER'S TIME TABLE. jP R 0 J[ S II 0 A L II A YEN, Monday, -- aau. XJmrsdiiy, 8 n.in. FROM SYDNEY, ; Tucsilay niid Friday,, at.Xl; l-.m ' All meals supplied (luring tho passages oLtlio: . steamers frco ol charge. , Tlio Steam Drogliors, iindorchargo .of; Gitptoin. r . Buolianan, a.ro always plying-on the Shoalhavon, , lHvor in connection-willi'tlio Sydnoy stoamors. ,!! r, E. MANNING. EngliKh, Scottish, and AiiNtraliHii'. Chartered Blank. . . » ?' A BRANCH of this Bank is now; OPEN at XX. NOAVRA, Shoalhavon, in; .temporary ? -promiso*, for, tho transaction of, nil usual bank-.- ,?- ing business. JOHN DOWLTNG, Managor. Sydney, otli Juno, .1878;,- : -._ 1 Wanted (o l-e Kiiinvii. ' - ? ? „ 5 Tnrr JONES, Collins-street, Kiama, lias \'V % IIoisos and Vehicles FOB HIRE. IIo is prepared to run. between Wollongoiig and UlUululln. . = '.-v- ?? v. ? * Also, that lio is a. cash purchaser of Hides and «kins in. any quantity. . f D. LINDSAY DYMOCK, Auctioneer an...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 April 1880

IV « T I C E. THE ACCOUNTS in connection with this Journal are NOW ISSUED, and tho Pro prietor desires the favour of an EARLY ADJUSTMENT. The Subscription Accounts, in some casos, cover a period of thirteen months, being from the 27th February, 1S7J), to March . 31st last, so as to bring tho term to tally with tho quartors of the year. To Our Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not receiving thoir paper regularly, will oblige by promptly communicating the fact to tho pro prietor, at the office of this paper. Meetings to' be Held. Torrara L.O.L. moots Friday, April 23, at 7.30 p.m.. 'Tho Crystal Spring Division, Sons of Temper ance, meet at Temporanco Hall, Terrara, Tuos ? , . -.day, 27th April, at 7.30 p.m. . Good Templar's Lodge meets at Nowra on Thursday, 29th April, at 7.30 p.m. Wdngmyi}, AND SnOALHA YEN ADVERTISER. . Published every Thursday Morning, ' THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1880.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Gardeners' Calendar. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 April 1880

Gardeners' Calendar. APRIL. Kitchen Garden. — Lot tho vacant ground bo prepared for planting, by digging up and woll manuring. Sow lottuco, onions, broad beans, radishes, mustard, and.,cross, &c. Earth up colory, chosingadryday for the work. Rods for cabbago, cauliflowors, &c., should bo got ready. Tho best heads of cabbago should bo soloctcd aud planted out for seed. Asparagus beds will require looking to, by romovmg decayod stoms, aud koopiug down all weeds. Thin out to suitable distances carrots, turnips, &c. potatoes will noeu earcmng up. Flower Garden. — Attond principally to tho planting of bulbs, arranging thom in beds according to taste, avoiding overcrowding. To - wardsthoondof thismonththopropagationof tho majority of floworing treos and shrubs may bo profitably effected by cuttings, slips, and by offshoots or divisions of tho roots. Bordors for bods can now bo mado; tho choico of plants deponds entirely on tho tasto — dahlias, lavondor, pinks, &...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Sea and Shore. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 April 1880

Sea. and §ia«a*e. At break of day Whon mists aio : Soaward-tho boats speed far atljuyV , Like birds'they roanK , ' ? O'or wavo and foam, \ V , , ! Bearing tho fishorman far, far^'omjjome. ' \ V ,??-. :'?,. All through tho day V ? . ? - Bright sunbeams-play \ , - On wliitosails gloaming far away ; ... On zophyr wing Tho bluo waves bring . ' Echoes of song'as tho'fish'ormon sing.v : : . At sot of sun, I,:- AVlion day is dono, Shoreward tho boats speed ono by ono ; As i'ades.tho light, ! '?Si-y1.' ?! . . Liko birdstin flight u ::.y: \ : ? r vr. ?? : ; I.- iHomoward tho fisliermjn hasten at night. Wlicn day^ioams dio, . . And night is nigh. . .V.-. ! ? - And bright stars blossom in, the sky, As moonbeams creep :? O'or land o'or deep,.'. Tho boats rook idly,- tho fishor'mon sleop.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Revolution in Steam Navigation. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 April 1880

IScvoliitiuii Sua Mieiim IdaviRiition. .^'Jtoi'-Essoit UmsoN, tlio well known olcctricinn, liau mado a discovery which our sangnino Yankeo cousins anticipate will cause a comjiloto revolution in navigation, and -'jn tho courso of a fow years placo tho magnifitont steamors of tho jirosont day as 'imfcli 'j)ehj^cK tlio timos as tlio Chinoso junk is now. ftolossor Edison for many years laboured to. discolor tho mannor in which to mako tlio best uso of oloctricitjr as a liiotivo powor. anil finally succoodod. In ordor to pvosorvo his - secrot, lio iirocurod dift'oront parts of tho required macliinory from dift'oront. manufacturors. Whon tho-' machinery was complotod it: was fitted 'on ljoWl a hiunch, appropriately named and a .numbor of distinguished and scientific gontle inon. woro liivitod to accompanj*- liim 011 tho trial trip 011 tho Hudson River. Tlio launch did not diffor materially from otlior craft of tho samo dosoription, oxcopt in tlio oxtromo boauty of hor linos, and that sho...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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POETRY. Childhood. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 April 1880

' ' P (#1RVT HE Y. C'hiliilliooil. 11Y EDWAKD I.YTT0N BUI.WKR. . ONCE on a time, when sunny May Was kissing up the April showers, I saw fair. Childhood hard at play Boforo a bank of blusli|iig flowers. . Happy— ho knew not wlietao or hdw ; And smilingr=.who could-Mwoso but lovo him For not moro glad than Childhood's brow Was tho gay heaven that laughed above liim. Old Time enme hobbling in his wrath, And that green valley's calin invaded ; The brooks grew dry beneath his path, The birds ?wero mute, the lillies faded ; A Grecian tomb stood full in sight, And that old Timo began to batter ; But Childhood watched his paper kite, Nor heeded he, one whit, the matter. With curling lip, and eyo askance, Guilt gazed upon the scone it minuto, But Childhood's archly simple glanco Had such a holy spoil within it, That tho dark demon to tho air Again spread forth his baffled pinion, And hid lus onvy and*dcspair,\ Sell-tortured, in luspwn dominion. \ \ . Thqii stopped a gloomy phantom. up,\ Pale...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 April 1880

GOOD CllljUSSfc/u; SALE, at 3.V1 per pound.1' JAS. N, Groonhills. To Whom it Slay Conc- i'ii. - ^ THERE is now, /ndrh^aboon for tho last ton-, days, runnu^; yfi nijfFarm, at Budgong. a : Chestnut MAliE; ywoij^^r hiinds- high; which; tho owner may hiyro by ])aymg exponsos. ! T JOHN RANDAMi, . Budgong: ?:?;.! 1 ' Fnrin to Eict by fender. ??!?:-' TENDERS aro invited to LEASE, for a term of ' seven yours, /FARM, at.C'urrumbono Crook, consistine/otir '101/ Acros, with a pro- ? omptivo right (A land^jlidjoining, known as' 'Staploton's Filial. '^fjflio 'land is sub-divided into paddocks, n/ul tfero is a houeo and other buildings orootou thoroon. .???:? Tondors, stiyting annual rental, to bo sent in to JOHN M'ARfl'IItJR, on or boforo 15th May. Tho proprietor doos not bind himsolf to accopt tho highest 8r liny. Tender. LOST, on tli»X-oad near Nowra, an | ENAMELED 4JJDIN. TEN SHIL- * LINGS Roward mil bo paid at Moss' Hotol. JfOXIC ii. \ MRS. JOSEPH FOMYTII, Exocutrix in tlio Estato^f tho/ito ...

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How Good Butter is made in America. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 April 1880

' iJow SSooil BBinWer is made in ? \ 'America. .w. ? ? ?IrnEOBKTLY spent avJp\c days. with a friend who makes ' gilt edged^' butter.. The farm is substantially, a dairy farm, containing ? M0 acres of good pasturo ? and meadow land. Tho land is. almost entirely arablo land, although a considerable portion of the farm lias not yet' .been brought, under cul tivation. .?:. There are, no 'Jiving springs or running streams ? 011 tlio diarm, but tho stock is sufficient!}7 sujiplicd by. several good wolls. Tho stoek is regularly watered throe times a day; and oftenor whon they need it. There aro two pastures for the dairy which- \ aro abundantly suppliod with good shade troes ; they are rathor under than overstocked, it being considered most profitable to keep tho stock woll. The dairy herd is liko thousands of others tluJl^ may bo ;foiffil in tlio older States. Thofpundiition of tho prosont herd was a herd' of natives' 'or-scrub cattle, .im proved by the use of good Ayrshire bulls. A few o...

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MISCELLANEOUS. New Method in Cheese-making. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 April 1880

[?] Wew Mctliotl in (Clieeiie-nmhiin^ The following- report (hero abridged) of 'A Day- with. -Professor Arnold in. tlio Choose Vat,!' appeared in tlie Now York Weekly Hun, :of : October;. 21,' and is stated ' by the ?American Dairi/man, from whose columns it .- is taken,: to .be th^work of . -Mr: rIY, D: Curtis : ? :of TJtica, Seeretary of tlio American Dairy men's Assooiatiom: — Tlio milk is /reyaived iin-tlie ordinary vat/ i and then gradually heated 'to the tempora ? turo of 90 deg., before tlio .lennot is added. - The customary way is to set tlio'inill^at 84 . (log. to 86 deg. Tho #now method prefers ???: tlie higher heat. . : After Jtlie ;curd: is cut it is allowed to stand: until: sufficiently hardened . to Spermitv of stirring without' waste ; then ? the temperature is steadily.raised at the rate ? . of a degi'oe:in.two minutes, to-93 deg. Here it is : kept,, as- nearly, as -circumstance . and facilities for keeping up the temperature will permit, until -the end* is reaoliod....

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Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 April 1880

? Commercial Intelligence. VV'-V- . [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ? ..«Qaton bay, £st 10s to £4 per ton, scarce; -. ?? wheaten hav, £3 to £3 10s; Warrnambool potatoes, £2 10s to £2 15s ; onions, £3 to £3 5s ; maize, 2s Gd to 2s 9d por bushel for prime; best butter, in keg, Is per lb; inferior, 3d por lb ; eggs, Is 9d to 2s per dozen ; bacon, 4d to 8d V per lb; choose, 3d to 7d; hams, lOd to Is, in demand ; lard, 4d to 5d ; honey, 3d to 4d ; beos , wax, 9d; millet brooms, 10s per dozen.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS. Unclaimed Letters. List No. 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 April 1880

[?] Unclaimed lietterM. .. List No. 9-. . . ?- ? ' From the. Government Gazette, April 21. Parties applying for unclaimed lottors at tlio i Gonoral Post Office aro .-.requested to givo tlio i correct numbor of letter, with tho dato and nuin- I bor of- the list in which tlioy may liavo observed i thoir names, as such reforonco will materially facilitate delivery. Partiasin tho country mak ing written applications, in addition to tlio for- I mor particulars, aro requested to stato whoro they i oxpoct tlieir lottera from, and any othor informa tion tending to provont'an uniiecossary trans- ! mission of lottors. . . i , ? , 'SIIIP, LETTERS. ? ' I 20 Flannory John; Kangaroo Creek i : zo Jjeon oami., ouoainavon - i j GO Wylio Dr. M., Mdss Vale : .: ? COLONIAL LETTERS. ! 97 Apploton Mr., Moss Valo : 124-i Asliby Miss Mary, Milton 2*14 Collins I)., Kiama 1 :. 307 Coopor Mr., Broi^ghton Crook 138 Dobson Mr., Moss Valo . ? .58 Ellis J., Nowra 2 Fahev Mrs., Torrsra 180 Greon Ilenry, Moss Valo ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 April 1880

LOCAL IXTBIiUiiEXCK. , i The Bourne Relief Fund.— The subscrip tions to this lund, wo aro happy to learn, aro iucioasing. On Tuesday last Mr. Newton called with his list, which had on it up to that time somo twenty or thirty Bums, varying from ? : . small sums up to that from our benevolent and venerablo Presbyterian pastor, Mr. Grant, which - .? has previously been acknowledged .in this jour nal. Tho collectoi has evidently had little time to prosecute bis undertaking with tho necessary and desirable expedition. - i ' The Court-house Business. — At tho Court house on Tuesday last, boforo their Worships, Messrs. Z. G. 'Bice, B. Brown, and John v. - Glanvillo, Js.'P., the only business done was inN t ' Revision Court on the Electoral Roll. The . names of three duly naturalized Chinese, Paul ?Ah P own, Ah Chong, and A. Gow, wero added on their own application indue form. Donald ? Campbell Thorburn, Josopli Kennedy, of ; Burrior, and James Parnoll,, of Tomorong who ?-A .'???: ?, ?': we...

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KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 April 1880

K I A M A. ' [From a Correspondent.] The annual mooting of tlio mombors of tho A. and II. Spcioty was hold in tho Court House on thp 15th instant. Tho reading of tho financo statement 'showed that thp Society lias ,to its credit a balance of £150. ' Tho officers and com mittoo for the -ensuing year aro as follows D. L. Dymoclc (President); James Colloy (Vice President), T. J. .Fullor (Troasurdr),:' Jamos Soinorvillo (Socrotary), R. Millpr, J. Black; G ; Somoryillo, H: Frodorioks, N.; Hiudmarsh, T. Honoy; W. Jainos, W. Gray; W. Wahnesly, W. llindinarsh, T. Fredoricks, R. ;Marks, J'. Pike, W.' Graham; and E. Johnston. - Tho busi ness trans acted after the oloction of tho officers by 4ho: bommittoo was of d local character. : . ,- . The blue mptal trado is still increasing. A company has boon formod in Sydnoy, -with ; a capital of £4000, to :;ork a tori acro block oil tho Potorsborough Eu Lato, near Shollbarboiir. .'Every .weak tho litclo;;basm contains .quite a: fleet of vessrla,- and...

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Nowra Municipal Council. TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 April 1880

UTowra Municipal Council. . ! Tuesday, April 27, 1880. The usual meoting of tho abovementioned' Council was hold at tho Council Chambers, Nowra. Present — Aldermen Green (Mayor), Elyard, Gray, Graham, and Moss. Tho min utes of previous meeting wero road and con firmed. — Tho Mayor brought up tho report of tho Financo Committee, recommending payment of tho undermentioned itoms : D. Galloway, £10 ; Government Printer, £1 12s Gd; F. Sidney, wagos, £4 4s; Duff, do., £3 ; T. Barrett, £3. — 'i^o Mayor reported the progress of cortain woi*ks at Nowra Hill — construction of two bridgos, tho opening of the now road to Currum bono Uroeli ; also tnat in consequenco ot repairs urgently required in town, owing to tho recent wot weathor, tho maintenance mon had been withdrawn from Nowra Hill. Tho samo officer roported tho receipt of intimation of a meeting at Bomaderry of tho Committeo appointed to inquire into tlio ferry management, but as some of the persons concorned had left tho district, and...

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Cable Intelligence. London April 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 April 1880

Cable lirtellBg-ciicc. n ( From the Ilprald. ) 1 London April 21. . Tho Boaconsfield Ministry havo rosigned. Tho Radicals are bringing ovoiy possiblo' pressure to' boar to iniluco Mr. Gladstone to assumo the leadership of tlio now Ministry. If' Mr. Gladstone is willing to accept tho position, ? tho Marquis of Hartinglon and Earl Granville will givo way Thoro is intonso oxcitoinont amongst the Radicals and Liborals. Tho recent attack by Mr. Gladstone on Austria continues to oxcito angor at Arionna. Mr.' Gladstone's explanation, published' in a Vienna journal, states that ho spooks only of indivi duals. Tho ovidonce given at tho inquiry inl'o tho ^^Jttuse of tlio lay Bridgo disaster shows that tho construction of the bridgo was oxtromoly faulty. Tho vopoitod massaeio ot British ti'oops by hostile Pathans, botwoon Quottah and Oandahur, is denied. , Tho irritation oxisting between Russia and Franco, in consoquonco of tlio rofusal of tho latter to extradite Ilartmann, has cooled down. M;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 April 1880

? 'j./-'-®!* Mwpjpjf QBNBEAL PE INTING OFFICE, Kingliorn-street, l'owra, Shoalhaven. THE ? oxtonsivo circulation socurod for The Tclct/mph throughout Shoiilliayon and tho V South Coast, rofidors it.of spopial valuo as an advertising lnodium. Tho Olfico is roploto with PLAIN AND FANCY TYPE, BORDERS, and ORNAMENTS,'-'' v which onablo tho proprietor to oxocuto work in a stylo equal to any offico in; tho colony,1 with ; - tho utmost accuracy and dospatch. The Telegraph is published every THURSDAY Morning, at: six: o'clook;' and forwarded to ? r. all parts, ol tlio colonies. , TEmts of subscription*. Yearly, in advance ? ? 'XI 0 0 ' kllalf-yoarly, in ndvanco ? ' ? ,K ? ? ,0 10 C ' ?'Quarterly, in advance ? y 5 (j * On credit, por quartor ? : ? _ ' 0 , (i 0 ' - All accounts rondoiod quaitoilj'. . , Tho quarters torminalo 011 tho 31st March, 30th Juno, 30tli Sopteniber, anil 31st Docombor - at wluch ponods only can subscribers declino, by giving ono wook's notico in writinc nro' '? viously...

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Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 April 1880

liccturc. A lecture on 'Tho air wo breathe,' was announced to bo given on Friday ovoning last, in tho Terrain Town . Hall, by Mr. J. E. Williamson, C.E., . in aid of tho funds -for tho Church of, England. Parsonago at Nowra. Tho ovoniug turned out to bo exceedingly wot, and this, coupled with tho oxocrablo stato of: tlio roads, provonted tho attondanco of anything liko a largo assembly. Howovor aboiit forty goiitlo nien and a dozon ladios woro present, and, though it was decided ,to postpone tho looturo till tho 20th May, Mr. Williamson- kindly mado a fow oxperimonts, accompanied by: ox-, planations, for tho bonofit of tlioso who had como to hear him. Tho chair was takon by Mr. H. G. Morton, J.P., -who introduced tho' locturor in a fow appropriate . remarks. , Tho lecturer proceedod to uamo tho constituent parts of puro air, viz., oxygon and nitrogon, of which ho explained tlioro was ono bulk of tho former to four of -tho latter. .Oxygon, ho said, is tho supporter of animal life and...

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