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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 September 1893
STEWART & MORTON, Auctioneers, Commission Agents, Land, Property, and Cattle SALESMEN, BERBF and NOWRA. Prompt Accounts. Reasonable Charges. MR. ARTHUR G. SMITH, ARCHITECT, Has commenced Practice in JUNCTION-STREET, NOWRA. LEGAL, MR. T.iARRIOTT, SOLIOITOE, CONVEYANCER, PROCTOR, and NOTARY PUBLIC, ( Commissioner for Affidavits J, I Junction Stkret, J NOWRA. £5* Trust moneys to Lend on approved freehold securities. LEGAL. MR. H. LTWHITTELl, Attorney, (Solicitor, Convey ancer and Proctor, JUNCTION-STREET, NOWRA. I Trust moneys to lend. ! All Courts in District attended as re- I quired. | LEGAL. H. 08B0RKE MARSHALL, 8O&IC7TOIE, COS VETTA Bf CiJEt, aso PnocT-:K, Hns commenced the practice of his pro fession in BERRY Sail-way Time-taTjle. DOWN TRAINS. ~ STATIONS. ? TIMES. ? i £ £ i r i I i s 1 s I 1 a.m. a.m. .m. ,„ a. m. ST ??**::: iSSiS1 S!S '?^i; -if'.! 8} 8? 8 Kiiinitt ...air - 11 505 45 5 20 8 45 p.m. ? ? dep 8 5 12 0 8 55 Omega ? 8a.l9 12a 9 « ^ m to 4 GeiTingong „ 8...
[BUSINESSES AND PROFESSIONS ADVERTISED IN THIS JOURNAL.] [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 September 1893
[BUSINESSES AND PROFESSION'S ADVERTISED IN THIS JOURKAL.] EK Abraham, J.S., Laboratory. Sydney b£ Bond, J. E., storekeeper, Nowra HI Boot, W., Sydney ?ff Bowriug, C. A., piano tuner, Sydney ^B Briscoo, Drysdalo&Co., Sydney. ?K Bryant and May, merchants, London. Bgg Crown Moleskiu Trousers Co., London ^M Clements, F. M., Sydney |^p- Clarke, T., commission agfint, Sydney |^£ . Dixson & Sons, merchunts, Sydney HK- Denham Brothers, com. agents, Sydney Eg Elliott Brothers, Ltd., Sydney IBP Elyard, \V. R., Nowra Ha . Foley Bros., com. agents, Sydney ^E& Freeman S. and Sons, Sydney HK Graham, C, storekeeper, Noivra WEL Gala's Monster Prize List, Sydney ?? Hielman, A., storekeeper, Nowra ?K Head Henry, storekeeper, Cambcwarra B^E Holland, Mrs. Jnn., storekeeper, Nowra j^EJ Holloway's Pills & Ointment, London BjE| Huddart, Parker & Co., Sydney HK'; Hawkcn & Vance, com. agent, Sydney BH| Illawarra Steam N: Co., A, M. M'Lean, B agent B^R^, Joynso...
SHOALHAVEN DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 September 1893
SHOALHAVEN DIRECTORY. bSe ? ?? ? R| District Government Surveyor.— Mr. J. W^l W. Deering. gp-f Clerk of Petty Sessions, Land Agent, W\ &c— Mr. J. M. Sbeahan. ¥ ?* District Registrar in Bankruptcy.— Mr. £j 5. H. Nisbett, P.M., Nowra. t~* Mining Warden.— Mr. J. L. King. E'-' Local Land Board. — Messrs. A. O. ¥ - Moriarty (chairman), Z. G. Bice, and L. ft Mclntyre, Js.P. g_ Government Medical Officers. — J. I*. r' Brereton. J.P.,Terara. T. Ross Lewcrs, ^. Berry. t i Inspector of Public Schools— Mr. Hugh |;- D. McLallaud, B.A. f St. John's Cli urch of England, Nowra. — ?^ Rev. E. Wont ton, B.A.; Mr. 1?. J. \~' Lillon, Catochist.— -Berry, Bev. Luke I - f' Parr. P Presbyterian Church, Nowra. — Eev. J. I*' K. Bruce, 51. A.; assistant, Mr. Alex. %- Rubertsou. Berry, Eov. B. N. MeLean. Ij; Wealeyan Church, Nowra. — Rev. H. K W. T. Pincombe. — Berry, Rev. Kirton tf ?; A. Corner. Kh Roman Catholic Church.— Rev. T. Har |s? nett Rev. J. Norris, assistant. P;J Nowra School of Arts.— Mr. E...
The Churches. ORDER OF SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 September 1893
Tho Gtarolies ORDER OF SERVICES TO-MORROW. Cncnon of EwnLAxn.— Nowra 11 a.m. (Hiily Communion), Bamerano; at 3p.m., atiil Nowra 7 p.m.. Rev. Luke Parr. Torara 11 a.m., Rnd The Falls 2.30 p.m., Mr. V.X Dillon. Prbrbvteri- v — ffowra 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Hev. J, K. Rruce. West Gambo warra, 11a.m., and Canibewarra, 7 p.m, Mr. A. R'.hortson. Wandindian, 10.30 a.m., andTomorong 3 p.m., Mr. George M'Douald, ®he JSftoalhauM Jtcius. PUBLISHED EVERT SATtTBDAT MOUSING. ' Bo junt, and f ear noti Iiet all tho ends thou aim'nt at . Be thy Country's, thy God's and Truth's.' SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1893.
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 September 1893
LOCAL NE-ft-S. ? * ? Mr. U. Gollan's dairy herd at Pyree is for Rale on the 12th instant. Sevekaj., letters to the editor ami items of local interest are held over for our next issue. Wb are asked to direct attention to a special announcement in another column by Mr. Bond, storekeeper. Goto Lkasb. — A enld-miiiing lesso of 7 acres, parish Ettreum (Yalwal), applied for in June laRt, in now ruady for delivery to J. R. Hardy and another. Railway Station Road.— The Works Department hns at last accepted a. tender for the imnrovflment of the mail from the Main S'ni'h Coast Jiiad to the Bomaderry Railway Station. Reserve. —An area t.f 18£ acres Crown lniid, near J. Pollock's 46 acres and Prosper D.t Heat re's 1280 acres grant, parish of N-iwra, has been reserved from sale for trigonometrical purposes. A Mran Tnnrr. —Some unknown thief paid a visit to the Commercial Bank |.iciiii(iot 111 lorniftmi Liliirnuay fllgnc or early Friday morning and took away the lar-?e door-mat and some coir matt...
Church of England. HARVEST FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 September 1893
Church of England. UAUVEST FESTIVAL. Thn annual harvest festival of the Church of England was held in Nowra on Wednesday last, with success. A children's service was conducted in St. John's Church at 3 p.m., and the Rev. W. Hough delivered an appropriate address to the pupils. A tea-meeting which began at 4.30 p.m., was held in the School of Arts hall, Berry-street. The large supplies for this occasion, contributed by ladies of the parish, were abundant evidence that the interest of churchgoers in the annual festival is not by any means diminishing. Those who superintended the tea and engaged in its preparations were Mrs. Wootton. Miss Noel. Mr«. Quick, the Misses Hall (Bomaderry), Mrs. Watson, Miss Soppet, Miss Wilson, Mrs. Leeming, the Misses Bice, Mrs. H. Smith, Miss Leeming, the Misses Watson, Miss Hayes (Nowra), the Misses Hyam. Amongst others present were the Rovs. W. Hough, E. Wootton (Incumbent), L. Parr, Chaffers- Welsh, and J. K. Bruce, and Mr. F. J. Dillon (C. E. assistan...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 September 1893
We most heartily recommend Wolfe's Schnapps as a pure invigorant, good alike for men, women and even infants. It tones and braces up the system and aids digestion. One pound orders are placed under the labels of many of the large bottles. To secure the genuine article buy a whole bottle, and don't be imposed on by imitations. Wolfe's Schnapps is a well-known and well-tried stimulant, and was sold fifty years ago by chemists as a Tonic*
Numba Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 September 1893
Rusrtia Municipal Council. This Council mot .on Thursday last. Present: Aldonnsn Jas. Cnincs (Mayor), Wutta, and Davis. COtlERSPONDENCE. Mr. John Horniman, mmiacer Commer cial Bank, Terara, wrote informing the council rnnt it waa qeciaea to close trmt brunch of the Bank. It was decided, on nv'tton by Aldermen Davis and Watts, thnt the clerk have thn Council's account transferred to the Nnwra branch. An application from ThoB. Connolly, sen., of Brnndio, for leave to remove some 20 loads of material taken from the Jindiandy drain, was granted on motion by Aldermen Watts and Davis. George M'Andrews, of Pyree, wrote asking the Council to put down drain pipes leading from the northern drain of thfi Oreenwell Point road into the creek nt the junction of the Point and swamp paddock roads, appli cant stating that if the request was granted the water now lying in the drain would gravitate, thus having tho effect of keeping the ro.id in better order as well as drying off adjoining lands. He (...
THE EVENING SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 September 1893
THE EVENING SERVICE. The church was crowded at 7 o'clock for tbe ueual thanksgiving service, in tho first portion of which the Rev. E. Wootton, B.A. (Incumbent), was assisted by tho Rev. Luke Parr, of Berry, and Rev. J Chaffers- Webb, of Kiama. The Rev. Win. Hough, ofRandwick, and formerly of Shoalhaven, whoso visit waa tho subjoct of considerable interest amongst old church people, preached a sound sermon on Man's recognition of Divine bounty, his text being from Proverbs 3c., 9-10 v., *' Honour tho Lord with thy substance, and trith thd first fruits of all thine increase ; bo shall thy barm be filled with plenty and thy presses shall burst out with new wioe.' The reverend gentlemen said :— It is with no ordinary feelings of pleasure and interest that I oome amongst you to-day to join in your harvest fe&tiral, for, be sides sharing in your rejoicings and thanksgiving to Almighty God for His renewed gifts of Nature and of Grace, I with gladness renew my acquaintance with old...
Cambourn V. Hindmarsh. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 September 1893
CamTjoum v. Hindmarsh. In No. 3 Jury Court, Sydney, on Tuesday last, Thomas E. Cambourn, a school teacher, sued Thomas Alfred Hindmarsh, a landowner, residing 'at Gerringong, for assault. Mr. Blacket and Mr. A. H. Hunt appeared for the plaintiff ; Mr. Want, Q.O., and Mr. Garland (instructed hy E. Ryan) for the defendant. Mr. Blacket, in opening the case, said tbe plaintiff was out riding on Februarj 27 last, when he met the defendant, who said to him, ' This is a private road ; you shan't go through here, so just turn round and go back.' Defendant was on horseback at the time, and the plaintiff turned his horse round to go back, but the defendant followed him. Plaintiff's horse was lame through having no shoes, and defendant was soon up abreast of him, and on his right hand side. He then said to him, 'You have done me all tbe harm yon possibly can do, and I will do the same to you, and you shan't come through my land.' The. plaintiff replied, ' I have done you no harm.' Defendant th...
Opening an Oddfellows' Lodge. AT BERRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 September 1893
Opening an Oddfellows' Lodge. AT BERRY. A new oddfellows' lodge under the Grand United Ordor was opened at Berry on Wednoaday night last. Tho Grand Secretary' of the Order, Mr. M. J. M'Cubbin, attended and formed an occasional Lodge, in which he was assisted by Mr. F. JIanimick, N.F., and Mr. J Quilty, N.G., both of the Nowra Waratah Lodge ; Mr. T. Britton, CM. If. and secretary of the Southern Cross Lodge, Nowra ; Mr. T. Shepherd, of the Comet Lodge, Cambewarra ; and Mr. J. Randall, of the Carrinsjton Lodge, Kangaroo Valley ; the office of elective secretary being fillod by Sydney District Depcty Master Wilson, and Messrs. F. Sinclair and W. Robertson fNm.ra Wirofo), Lodge) acting as financial secretaries. The Grand Secretary forcibly described the many benefits of oddfellowship, and unred the new members to persevere in their work to make the lodge a success. He then proceeded to dedicate the Lodge, after which he initiated 10 members, tho initiation being conducted in an excellen...
Tomerong. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 September 1893
Tomerong. (FROM A COERBSPOKDRm;.) L. & D. Societt. — After having been in a state of torpor for the last two months the above society made an effort to reviro itself on Tuesday, 22nd instant, when a general moeting was hold and tho pre liminaries in connection with starting the society again arranged. It was agreed to hold a debate on the 28th instant. This proved a very interesting debate. Mr. Byron opened in favor of payment of members, end was very ably supported by Messis. P. Walsh, P. Doulan, and J. T. Jones. Mr. J. Elinoos in a brief and pointed address oponed for the Opposition. He was supported by Messrs. W. Watt, A. Mathio, and Jas. Watt. A vote being taken it resulted, for 8 ; against 13. Tho next meeting will take place on Friday, September 16lh, the subject for debate being, ' Which i3 tho more conducive to tho happiness of mankind, single or mar riod life.' On Saturday next, Tomorong delegates journey to Milton to debate *' female suffrage '' against that societ...
Kangaroo Valley. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 September 1893
Eaagaroo_y&lley. Tan Electorate.— ' Commentator' in the Pioneer says that the fact of Barrengarry being in the Camden division and Kangaroo Valley in the Shonlhavon division has always in some desree militated ajrainst nniiw] n/-t.inn for local advancement, and that the new electoral division will destroy this feeling and disunion. ? Tuberculosis.— Constable Fowler had the other day to destroy a heifer afflicted with tuberculosis. The heifer was found on the road, and the disease was in a most advanced stage. Ceickkt Club Concert. — A roost successful concert in aid of the K. V. Cricket Club was held in the National Hall on Friday of last week, the Rev. H. Tate presiding. The programme was as- undermentioned : — Instru- mental selection, ' The March of tho Priests,' Messrs. Hiles (piano), R. Davidson (violin), and V. Wallace (cornet) ; song, ' The clanging of the hammer,' Mr. R. R. Hetherington ; song, ' Ballyhooley,' Mr. G. F. Maguire ; song, ' Out on the Deep,' Dr. Samuels...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 9 September 1893
CRICKET. The Kangaroo Valley club will include several new players this season. ' ' ' Members of the Pyreo Crioket Club j held w ball on Friday of last week '.-at the ? Long Room, Nuinbn. Mr. P. H. Morton, M.L.A., has promised tho Milton Cricket Club a trophy for competition this season. The Wnndandian Crickot Club has challenged the Milton and Ulladulla clnbf, tho matches to take place on Sept. 22 and 23. Mr. A. Mihill, secretary of the Redforn Cambridge 0. 0., is anxious for a -mutch at Nonra in November against a Shoal haven electorate club. The Cambewarra Crickot Club is busily preparing for the Benson. It is intended to put down a ooncreto wicket on a portion of Mr. Matthews' land now being cleared. ? Mr. James Howitt is forming a Quoit Club in Nowra.
SHOALHAVEN DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 9 September 1893
SHOALHAVEN DIRECTORY. District Government Surveyor.— Mr. J. W. Deericg. Clerk of Petty Sessions, Land Agent, &c— Mr. J. M. Sheahan. District Registrar in Bankruptcy.— Mr. J. H. Nisbett, P.M., Nowra. Mining Warden. -Mr. J. L. King. Ijooal Ijand Board.— Messrs. A. O. Moriarty (chairman), Z. O. Bice, and L. Mclntyre, Js.P. Government Medical Officers.— J. P. Broreton, J.JP., lerara. a. *w»= '»«««.-, Berry. Inspector of Public Schools— Mr. Hugh D. McLal and, B.A. St John's Church of England, Nowra.— Rov B. Wootton, B.A.; Mr. i. J. Dillon, Oatechist.— Berry, Key. Luke Parr. Presbyterian Church, Nowra.— Rev. J. K. Bruce, M.A.; assistant, Mr. Alex. Bobertsou. Borry^Eev. B. »? McLean. Wcsleyan Church, Nowra.— Bev. H. W. T. Pincombe. — Berry, Bev. Kirton A. Corner. Roman Catholic Church.— Eov. T. Har nett. Rev. J. Norris, assistant. Nowra School of Arts.— Mr. E. C. Hewlett, president; Messrs. C. Moss and M. Byan, secretaries. Shoalhaven Agricultural and Horticul tural Association.— M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 9 September 1893
STEWART & MORTON, Auctioneers* Commission Agents, Land, Property, and Cattle SALESMEN, BERRY and NOWRA. Prompt Accounts. Reasonable Charges. MR. ARTHUR G. SMITH, ARCHITECT, Has commenced Practice in JUNCTION-STREET, NOWRA. LEGAL, MR. T. 'MARRIOTT, SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER, i PROCTOR, and NOTARY PUBLIC. ' ( Commissioner for AffidavitsJ, Junction Street, NOWRA. £5* Trust moneys to Lend on approved freehold securities. LEGAL. MR. H. UVHITTELL, Attorney, Solicitor, Convey ancer and Proctor, JUNCTION-STREET, NOWRA. Trust moneys to lend. All Courts in District attended as re quired. LEGAL. H.OSBORNEMARSHALL, gO&ICITOK, COBVEVJUCKB, AID POOCTOR, Hbs commenced the practice of his pro fession in BERRY Railway Time-table. ? DOWN TRAINS. ? STATIONS. ? TIMES. ? -c a I -a i, a 1 i £ ' g ? S 1 S I § n.m. a.m. .m. , ma.m. Sydsry ..den - 8 301 30l so 6 30 Bulli ...10 33 3 56 3 557 29 Wollongongarr - 1° 62* 20* 15 7 45 den ... 11 24 3O4 257 55 Kiama N'th,, - 11 475 42 5 178 42 Kiama .....
[BUSINESSES AND PROFESSIONS ADVERTISED IN THIS JOURNAL.] [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 9 September 1893
[businesses and professions advertised IN Tills JOURNAL.] Abraham, J.S., Laboratory. Sydnoy Bond, J. E., storekeeper, Nowra Boot, W., Sydney Bowing, C. A., piano tuner, Sydney Briscoc, Drysdale&Co., Sydney. Bryant and May, merchants, London. Crown Moleskin Trousers Co., London Olenienta, F. M., Sydney Clarke, T. , commission agent, Sydney DixBon & Sons, morclm'ta, Sydney Deuhcm Brothers, com. agents, Sydney Elliott Brothel's, Ltd., Sydney Elyard, W. R., Nowra Fuley Bros., com. agents, Sydney Freeman S. and Sons, Sydney Graham, C, storekeeper, Nowra : Gala's Monster Prize List, Sydney ; Hiclman, A., storekeeper, Nowra Head Henry, storekeeper, Cauibewarra ; . Holland, Mrs. Jno., storekeeper, Nowra I Holloway's Pills & Ointment. London f. Huadart, Parker & Co., Sydney i . - Hawkcn & Vance, com. agent, Sydnoy I . ,, ?' Ulaivarra Steam N. Co., A, M. M'Lean, I f'' agent I .y Joynson, J. A., storekeeper, Nowra I '?] John Fowler & Co., Enginee...