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Yalwal Gold-fields. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 May 1880

Talwal Crold-liclds. | After .loavin'g : N'erriga -gold-fiolds, as men tioned in anothor articlo, I proceeded to Talwal by,way of tho Sassafrass or Turpentine Road, and Smith's Gap. . Tho spaco at my disposal in thoso columns will not admit of a referenco to all , tho striking 1 features of the sconory, the much voxed question, which is the best route for a road' to Talwal. I arrived thore about 2 p.m., and found the /workings in almost everv direc tion dosorlod, for tho 'knock-off' had been sounded somo hour or so previously, it being then Saturday af tornoon. Almost tho first per son I met with, came out with- a volley of oxplotivoij against Mr.-Rosebj' in particular, and the, Govornnient in general , for not furnishing tlio placo with moans' of -a postal 'communica tion, but 011 my inquiry I found that the much abused' honorable John's services had not been sought in tho matter. It did seem a farco, indeed, to find a flourishing and industrious 'population of tho number of thoso:...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Bright at Birmingham. GREAT SPEECH ON IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 May 1880

Ir. Bright; at liiviniiigliain. GREAT SPEECH ON IRELAND. Recently before his constituents at Birming ham Mr. Bright said that at several of thoir lecently annual meetings it would bo iu tlio recollection of many presont that they hud discussed tho foreign policy of tho Govern ment, and they had been compelled to con demn both tho policy and tho Government. Ho thought that it was fourteen years since he had addressed a large meeting in tho city of Dublin on what was termed tho Irish question, aud thon ho put a question which was put by a number of notablos of Ireland that havo boen called in history tho Parliament of Kilkenny, that assomblod in tho town or city of Kilkenny moro than 500 years ago. It was, ' How comes it to pass that- tho King is never tho richer for Ire land ?' Ho asked that question then, and lio asked it now. How camo it that tho crown, how came it that tho kingdom, how. camo: it that tho empire was never the more settled, novor the more content, never the moro: pr...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 May 1880

ILOCAli IXTjEIjljICAEArCJE. Tiie Bottkxe Eeuef Fund.— Tho collrctor has left his list at our offico, and a reckoning of tho sums paid and promised towards tho above fund amounts to £1Q lis. Wo shall publish tlio list in detail when it is closed. Lectu.ee. — Wo invito tlie attention of renders to tho advertisement notifying that Mr. J. E. Williamson will dolivor the lecturo which was postoned- on a former occasion owing to tho unpropitious weathor. Those who listoned to so much of it as was given before, requiro no recommendation at our hands.. Wo hopo to see a largo inumbor of visitors. ' Good Templars. — Tho usual fortnighily meeting of.tlio British Lion loJge was held at Nowra; oh Thursday last. A goodly number were present who took a lively interest in tho proceedings. - There were 3 now meihbors, and somo others proposed as membors for next night ; of meeting. It' is hoped that' this Lodgo'; will, fulfill its mission, and as its; members are: pledged to : do then- best for the t...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Nerriga Gold-fields. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 May 1880

Nerrlga Gold-fields. [By Ouit Own Kepoiitru.] The lioading sooms rather figurativo, old minors of tho upper Slioalhaven will bo rathor iuclinod to say. Somo fifteen to twonty yoars ago, liow ovor, tho locality above inontioned was tho scono of active oporations by a small and por haps inoxporioncod mining population, but ono that novortlioloss soarchod as oarnostly and as hopofully after tho precious niotal as any that jionotrated tho adamantino rooks in tho moro oxteusivo holds of tho colony. No for tunos wero made by tho 'cockatoo' minors who worked tho modern drifts in thoso early days, aud though tho able geologist, tho l?ev. AV. B. Clark, watched their opora tions from day to day with no bettor domicile than an oppossum rue for [lis homo, ho finishes up an interesting chapter on tho subject of his visit to tho Slioal haven Basin by tho following striking observa tions which bccotnos of peculiar interest at present : ' ' Novortlioloss I am of opinion that between ihe Sassafras R...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. Salt your Wheat Land. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 May 1880

[?] Salt your Wheat ]Lam1. Mr. 0. E. Haly lias written tho following letter to tlio , Queensland .Times,- ox pressing a. wish, that it may be copied by other papers ; awishjvo havo much j'!'3113111'6 ln gratify ine-_ \ V \ Sir.— I havo beeu\nek moro\induced to try anfl-poreuade the wheat-groins of tliis colony to try salting Uicn^laAd^Ojprevcnt rust in wheat. In May, 1*572, when ndvo cating tho reduction of tho disgraceful impost on salt, I statod that I had tried, with per ; foct succoss salt as a provontivo of rust in whoat; but no notice wiis^aken of it by our ''wlieat-producers; and \ ton iil-uch afraid that a very able articW ii\your supplement of May or Juno last, bonded ' Salt your v.:-; - wheat lands,-' mot ; with fho - samo fate, . though the oxtrncts,tukeii from an American ?practical and seientiftb^board; were most con olusivaoii 'tlio subjectX .Thrust- you-mny be able to republish this valuable article, par-, ticularly ns now the farmers cau make arrangements. to. give i...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shoalhaven Police Court. NOWRA, THURSDAY, APRIL 20. Before Mr. John Glanville, J.P. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 May 1880

Shoalhavcn Police Court. ' I : Nowra, Thursday, Apuil 23. ' : Before Mr. John Glanville, J P OBSCENE LANGUAGE Potor Nord, in custody, was charged by Sor goant Griovo with making use' of obscene lan guage in Kinghorn-stroot, Nowra, on tlio pro-' vious night. Dofondant: pleaded guilty, and it being his first appearance before the Court, he was fined in, tho mitigated sum of 5s, which was paid. . . ' , . Charles M'Laclilah, charged by tho saino officer with a similar offonco at the same time , and' place; :having'ploaded guilty, was finod 'fls, with: the ahernativo of 48 hours' in tho lock-tip ; the latter was accepted.' - ? : 'V STEALING from the person. Tlio. same prisoner was then charged witli stealing from tho porson of Peter Nord, a purse, containing a deposit receipt for £15, and £2 in notes. On tho application of Sorgeant Grieve, ho, was remanded till, Tuesday, tho 4th May,- to allow, time for the production of evidence.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 May 1880

Slioalhaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. ' Per TUawnrrn, Captain Garde, on tho 22nd April, 1880.— To Sydney : 317 bags mime, 20S kees lmttor, 120 cheeses, B(» pipe, 1 cftU, 2 hides, 13 coopH poultry, in eases epv^i 3 boxes poultry. 7 copox wis, 8 bajrs oysters, G pkps. leather, C haea fl«h. 1 pVc. wild duck?, 2 hup* bueon, 3 pureeK 1 bnpr linir, ? nnd Bundrica. To Kinmn ; 39 pitrs, 8 l-njrs maize, 1 coop ?poultry. 1 cjlhIc potfitocH. To 'Wollongong: 10 bags maize, 2 Imict mdes. Per IUawnrra, Captain Garde, on tho 2.r-th April, IPSO. — To 6ydncy : 310 baps maize, fl bug-* oysters, 23 kegs butter, 12 chcoKOR. 2 cases errpn. 1 bosket wild dueks 1 coop poultry, and : enudries. ToKiuma: 10 bntr* muizo. T» piir«. Per Illawnrra, Captain GrnVlo. on the 20th April, IPSO.— To Sydney : 377 hup* maize. 105 kojrs butter, SO pips. 'J5 colvcs. ! «Q oiinrverva. .1000 frof rwlfip. 11 4'-ri». 11 rnnns noiiltrv. bapw bacon. 3 packages w. ducks. (5 hairs oysters, 2 paekftp-e* leather, 2 bags oats .1...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 May 1880

Ulawarra a ten m miwigauuu puny. ? STIC AMUR'S TIME TABUS . ' JP R 0 M S 11 0 A L II A Y E N, i.' nniulti.}', {Jit.m. ,rff Imt'H j!Siy,.S: n.iu. ... PROM SYDNEY, TucMlay »i«l Fvirta)') «t H !-?'»? , ;All lnonla supplied; during tho passages of tho stcamoib iioo ot olmigo.' ? ,i The Steam Droghers, uiidor cliargo, of Captain - 'Buchanan, are always plying* on tho, ShpnUiaypn ;iRivcr iuconnoction.:with:thiv Sydnoy. steamers., ? , - E. MANNING. ' SJuglisIa,' WwiUtisii;, AublwiHsan . Chaptered BSaiiEc. r.4 , BRANCH o£ this Bank ib now OPEN at XV' NOA VI) A, Sli oiil b'avon , in' temporary promises, ior tho transaction of nil ubiull bank ing business. ' ' hl - ' ' JOHN D0AVL1NG,' , 1 ' , Manager. Sydney, 'otli .Tune, 187S.' ^ _ iVantfed 'M moiveJ. ~\\T ' JONES, Collins-street, Kiama, has ; W ? ' Horses niul:Yohiclcs POIt HIRE. . lie' is -proparod tot run botNveon Wollongong tind Ullauulhi. ' - ' ' ' . Also,' that he is a cash purchaser of Ilnlcs and bkins in liny quantity. D. LINDSAY BYM...

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Weekly Calendar for May. MOON'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 May 1880

Weekly Calendar for May. Hook's Age. lostquarter. . 1st, at 11.57 p.m. . .? Now;Moon '.. 9th; at 4.21 p.m. -First quarter. .. .. 17th, at 8.20 p.m.:» '?.- v .; Full Moon 24th, at 4 43 a in. {, ,r -/ . , ? Sun ? 1 High water atShoal V Eigos. 1 Sots. , , haven Heads. ???? ' , -,n. m. n m - a. si. L , P M V , 6 JO [51 13 '16 4 6 26 -7 r 6 40 5,12 0 47 7 7 fa ' 6-41 5 11 7 26 7 11 . i9y ' j 6A2,. . 5 .10 8 3 8 22 10 /.;' ?6 ,43. ^5^9; ? 8 40 ?' . 8 59 11. '' '6 43 5 9' 9 17 9 36 12. - 6 41 .5 8 '9 55 10 14

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Gardeners' Calendar. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 May 1880

Gardeners9 Calendar* MAY. Kitchen Gardes.— Prepare the ground for tho early sprincr crops by thoroughly digging, trenching, and manurinp; let every availablo piecc of vacant land be prepared for sowmg or planting, as this is the period -when ft few hours' labour may bring in ft handsome return after a due lappe of time. Clear away ull dead leaves, and free the beds from weed*. Sow broad beans, radishes, peas, onions. twUuiclu find h-ttnee ; , +mn«nlnnf,hnrsfs.mdish.cabbaire^. caulirtowei-s. fire. Rhubarb mav be planted in shady situations. Beds for sea-kale find asparagus may be made, but care must be taken to have them well manured and deeply trenched. Celery may still be transplanted ; that planted before will require earthing up. Fi.ownu Gardk.v.— The remarks made before, as regards tho kitchen garden, apply equally to tho flower pardon. Shrubs may now be transplanted. The borders should be carefullv looked to, and all appearance of untidiness removed. Propagate fuchsias and favo...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 May 1880

[?] . Trtli'KK publicans in Adolaido woro lately lined £o.'onoh lor supplying drink on Sunday, to certain persons who woro not travellers or lodgers. IwAwAtuiA Butter.— Tho following extract; is quotod from tlio Mail, and will bo road with grout interest l-y our duirymoiii as showing tho practically unlimited market whicli is now ftbbut to bo ojiuuud for thuir produco : — ' Thoso who woro tortiinuto onougli to obtain portions ol tlio Australian butter orougnt over in tlio freezing room of tho Struthlovon aro anxiously awaiting further consignment. Much oE what is now sold ill tho metropolitan markets as butter is not butter at all, but a conglomera tion of every variety of fat. Tho samo may ho said of a good doal of tho butter sold in America. Thoro numorous substitutes aro largoly manu factured, and thoso aro put on tlio markot with . suchnamosasolcomargurino, buttorino, fa. Wo. 11 ? tiro told that 0110 company alono, wsrking undor tho patent of M. Morgo, converted in. 1 87(5-7 us....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 May 1880

' Till! ro^idonts of ) tho. Kiama disfjj-ict aro dis- 1 ?satislicd with tho ? Illawarra Stoiua Navigation 1 Company.- At' a: largo 'mooting lJ Id rocuntly Mr. Major oltoiwl to. put a steamer 0:1, and the project was received witJivgroat choura;-.. 'No pent up Utica couti.iol-\-ur piwor-.' may; bo truly said ot ono of thiVuno^t invaluable preparation ot niodorn-.-tiHio.s^/ior .fisg: sales aro , not 'confi:iod to any particular sphere, hut extend ovijr all the . quartors ot tho gl(iljo. - Orders. aro boinu: constantly recoivod from romoto sections, and its '.export: .'.constitutes.-, ono of'tlio staples of. our traile; , Circulars aud pamphlets explanatory 0 tV;. its: .'.curative;,'^ Lint' ainaiiifua.'».JS; and :thoro'Ni 110 portiim of tho -world whero UdolphoAVolfo's Schiodam Aromatic S hnapps is not known. — Adv. 1 .vDew of tiik Alps.'\jT1i^Y worlf? outside of' .Europe .liavni'iv discovoifel ? tliat . tms- palatable tonic-liquor is tlio, fiiiosLmvil^iirant. fx'ant.' the domaiid' lor...

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The End of a Grand Old Sire. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 May 1880

Tlic mini of a (ni'iUiil Old Sire. 'Auouu,' in the Atntralasian, writes:— Poor old Tarragon, tho ihoro ? of many a liavd fought contest,, has; gono the way ot all liorsofiesh, the son - of new AVarrior: ?liaving unfortunately brokon a leg a few days ago, and though it was thought .-lie might bo saved, his owner; found- it necessary to have him destroyed. \ Tarragon was tlio best and one of tlio gamest horses of his day. In Now South AVales lio .was a perfect idol, ono of his greatest, performances. boing. that in wliLdi ho gave Voluntoer a stone and a beating in tho Mayor's Gup. ? In Victoria he ran ill tlio Champion Stakes: of I860 and 'won. Ho was not in anything like first . class condition, awl A'uluntoer, who, was in grand form, ran a dead heat with him, ? ninty-niuo people out.-of every hundred . believing that Mr. 'Town's horse won by a , good lioad, but the .judge decreed otherwise, and the gallop having done tho old .fellow a deal -of good, ,1ig' won tho run off .cleverly. ...

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A Test Record for Dairy Cows. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 May 1880

A TTest Kocord lor Diiiry Cow.1*. Foil somo timo past both tho brocdors and .tho purchasers of puro-brod, hordbook recorded, dairy cows, havo boon convinced that soniothing moro is roquiroil to givo sub stantial ovidonco of vnluo than tho baro pedigreo of an animal outored jn n herd book. A few experts, who. know the wholo history of tho .best animals, ma^ bo ablo.-to: judge of tlio possiblo morits of a parti-, cnlar animal by hor podigroo, but to tho largo amount of purchasers, tho recorded enterics nro of no more significance than tho hieroglyphics which Toxa'n cattlo-jnon brand upon tlio flanks of their, cows. ^Mystery, is always impressive. - And though'Spmo pnoiilo 'i liko to bo mystified tho larger number1.' of dairymen, who have koptipure-bijod animals, ; lmvo boon greatly-dissatisfied with tho unoor-1 tainties of ; tlio, hord-boolcs. -Ee'cently some facts in connoetion with tlio 'shipment to tho West, and' salo thoro 'of somo cows rocordod - in tho'Jorsey Cattlo Club Registe...

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Chicago Lovers. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 May 1880

Cliiesj^o Biovers. You can never got ahead of Chigago. A young man of this city had long paid atton tion to ono of tho fairest daughters of Clovor land, now visiting hero, when suddenly, for somo reason or othor, slio concluded to nuirry somo 0110 olso. Tho unsuspecting young I man wont to call on her at her aunt's houso 011 Cnluinot avenue lust year, and as she drew baok her. ruby lips' when lie propared to greet her with 11 loving kiss lie at ouco 1 thought there .was 'something- up, and glnnc ing at hor again lie .noticed that slio woro none of his gifts, which, ho conjectured -were in an- omiiious-lookiiigj-parcol . on the sofa. This '.conjecture 'was subsequently .proved to ?be. correct. .'-Mr. . Jonos,!!v-slio' said— -slio had boon, wont.to.'.addross himvus If. Augus- tus' and ' darling '— ' Mr. Jones, 1 liavo consulted my heart seriously, and discovered what' I often siWpected— that'.'wo:. are : not fitted to malco each other happy. -,.It'is'b'ot-: tor. that wo should pnrt^-o...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 May 1880

? X « T I C'E . ? . TUF, ACCOUNTS in cnrmoctioii with this Journal are NOW ISSUED, and tho Pro prietor desires the favour of . an EARLY ' ADJUSTMENT. The Subscription Accounts, in some eases, cover a period of thirteen months, being from tho 27th February, 1879, to March 31st lust, so as to bring the term to tally with the quarters of tho year. To Wiir Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not receiving their paper regularly, will oblige by promptly communicating tho fact to the pro prietor, at tho office of this paper. meetings to be Held. Torrara L.O.L. moots Friday, May 28, at 7.30 p.m. ? _ : ' Tho Crystal Spring Division, Sons of Tompor anco, meet at Temperance Hall, Torrara. Tues day, 18th May, at 7.30 p.m. Good Templar's Lodge meets at Is owra this ovoning .(Thursday), May 13, at-7.30 p.m. ©je tTcfffiniplK AND S IIO ALII A VEN ADVERTISER. Published every Thursday Morning THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1880.

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Why Eve did not Keep a Hired Girl. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 May 1880

Wiiy Ei'C dirt not Eccp a Mired «ivl. ALADY^writor furnishes soine of tlio reasons : why Eve- did not: keep - a hired.; girl. She says Thero lias been a great ileal suid ubout' tho faults Suf \vynwn,Naud why- tlioy ?need so much waiting'onN Souio one (a man : ot couise) ha^^kS^, ^vabuuipt'iou to lask ' Wiiy, wiieu live was mnuurf^cturea or a spare rib; a servant was not made to wuit upon vlior ?' ? Slie v duL uot need ? any. A bright, writer said' that . Adam;: never cani.r '.'whining to Eve witli asraggod otouking to; be darned, buttons to be sewed 011, gloves t,- bu monded.' right a ivav. quick nou-. ? Bo cause ho never, read: tli^J -newspaper till the: sun went down behind the palm, trees, -and ^ W V \ lio stretcluug ? hnnsolf yauui ' ouo^ ' Isn't supper ready uiy~d'eaV.V N,Jt ,. he. H made the fire and hung vtho kettle over il himself,-. ' we'll - venture, and- pulled the radishos, peeled the' pota'tocs) aiid (lid every-. ?thing else; ho, ought to do. . He milked the cow,; fed -...

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Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 May 1880

Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] j Flour,- £11 to £12 per ton ; household, £10 10s to £11 ; soconds, £9 10s: lucerne hay, £4; '. socond quality, £2 10s to £3 ; oaten hay, £4 ; ' whoaton hay, £3 10s to £4, scarce ; Warrnam bool potatoes, £2 5s to £3- 10s ; onions; ' £3 ; maizo, 2s 3d to 2s 5d per bushel ; butter, in keg, . 3d to 9d por lb; eggs. Is 6d per dozen ; bacon, 3d to 8d per lb; cheese, 2d to 8d ; ; 1mm, lOd to Is per lb; fowls, 3s per pair; ducks, 3s 6d to . 4s; geese, 7s; cock turkeys, 12s; hons, 5s 6d por pair. .. The Wheat Market.— Good samples of nil kinds of wheat find buyers, whilst inferior sam ples aro neglected. Prices aro; For Adelaide whoat, 4s ' 8d por bushel; Sydney wheat, 4s 3d to4s7d; Victorian wheat. 4s Gd ; Launceston, ! wheat, 4s 6d; Now Zealand wheat, 4s 3d. — Tuosday's Euenimj News.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Public Instruction. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 May 1880

Public Instruction. Sir JonN Kohehtson : lias been appointed Minister of Public Instruction, and Mr. William AVilkins Under-Secretary, of Pub lie Instruction. Tin's nmioiiiicemont appeared', in' tlio ? Government 1 Gazette on tlio -1st instant simultaneous ^ with . the - Publie Instruction Act ? becoming law. .And just with the expiration of the Public Schools Act, tho report of tlio Council of Education for ;1879 has been; laid .boforo Parliament., Tho;total amount; -.expended by the Council during the last- year '£258,020. ' ' .The balance lemaining at the close of the year was £18,307. In addition to this n'mount, the sum of £73,227 -13s 8d, was paid by ohildren as school fees, and recoived by tho teachers of the different schools:-'- ^ During .1879, 1268 schools woro in operation, attended v.-iu the aggregate by 138,024 children. ;The increase upon tho previous year's . report was' 81 ? schools, 6109 pupils, nnd £-1199 4s lid,. in fees. Tho schools numbered as follows : — In '18...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 May 1880

. LOCAKi IXTELLIGEXCE. Held Over.— Our leader, and somo othor paragraphs of local an® gonoral interest. Nowra Common. — A Gazette notico announ ces that tho abovo reserve is vestod in the Muni cipal Council of Nowra. The by-laws for tho regulation of the same was passed at a recont . mooting of tlio Council, and await confirmation. Death or Aboriginals.— On Thursday last, tho -old and woll-known son of tho soil, Billy Badgery, the aboriginal 'doctor,' succunihocl to tho effects of, wo leurn, inflamation of tho lunps. Unly a low months ago an aged ' darkio ' ' Jimmy Ruttor,' died of tlio samo complaint at Bomadorry, where 'Dr. Billy' sloops. Both woro of advanced ago; and judging from thoir appearanco, one would tako them to bo at loast sixty yours of ago. Correction. — In a notico of tho Good Templars' ontortainmont givon at Nowra on tho 5th mstaut, there aro a numbor of mistakes, and a sorious omission, which we doom proper to point out in this issuo. Tho name of Mr. K. ...?-? Al'I...

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