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For Persons who do not Advertise. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 May 1880

For Persons who do not Advertise. I ? The London correspondent of tho Cincin- 1 nntti Enquirer tells tho following story. Tho moral will be obvious to those who havo anything to sell : — 111 Paris, last summer, I saw a friend of mino, who had just como ovor, using a pen of peculiar construction designed with special roforonco to thoso untidy persons who, liko myself, ink. thoir fingers when thoy write. Now, ray friend is a mnn whoso hands ure.as wliito ns lillios, with fingor nails liko rosebuds -in tinf^— noticeable hands, even remarkable,; consider ing that ho -is: air olderly man, and who oc . casionally helps with tho lighter work, on.-his farm in Nebraska. Gatch him inkingiliis fingers-! ' AVhy, where did' you ,gnt , that, nice pen ?' I asked, liira in a. vista- of bliss ful exemption from an unikod middle finger opening 011 my joyous niiud. 'In Omaha,' ho answered. 'It's the nicest tiling. I used to ink my fingers before I got it ! He did ! Ho inked his fingers ! That was enou...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
New Steam Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 May 1880

IVew Steam Company. Meetings havo been held during the present month at ICiamn, Jamboroo, and at Wollongong for tho object of laying before tho farmers and dairymen of thoso localitios a proposal by Mr. S. Major, of Kiama and Sydney, to placo a steamer' on the South Coast trade with Sydney. - At each of tho abovemontionod places tho proposal was received with all tho enthusiasm character- i istic of a South Coast farmers' meeting, whon the character of tho I. S.M. Co.'s steamors, etc., and that of tho Commission Agent, is tho sub- , ject of discussion : and if that forebodes success on this occasion, it is the first timo. Wo should i hopo that tho enorgotio 'proprietors of the pro posed new line of communication will not placo too much roliauoo in tho verbal statements made at such meotings as thoso held at Kiama and Jamboroo. We, for our part, would havo moro hope of certain success by tho speculator who comes into competition on tho true ? froo-trade ' principle, and gains patrona...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS. Bishop Moorhouse on Sunday Schools. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 May 1880

JlISCELlilXEUl'S. Bishop 9Ioorhou.se 011 Sunday 1 Schools. \ .? The Bishop of Molbourno was prosont at tho celebrations in honour of tlio Rev.^Mr. Thomas taking charge of St. Mary's Church, Kangaroo Flat, and in course of his rem, irks tho bishop, is reported' by tho Benchgo Advertiser, to have said: — ' In the working of tho church tho Sunday school was an importaut factor, but ho found with surprise that although there were plenty of teachers thero woro 110 gentlemen teachers' That was not right, and ho intended to speak that evening about Sunday-school tohchora in general. AVhat was it that distinguished mon' from animals? Why, it was that man had' tho power to tako his attention from ono thine and fix it on another. But then that was a masculine act, aid little children had not that power, so that thoir toiiphors , must win thoir attention. By attontion to any, particular, thing it was found, boforo tho invention of chloroform, that a person could go throush the. most fonrful op...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Protection to Native Industries. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 May 1880

Protection to Native Industries. This may briefly bo termed tho subject of a painphtot onibodying tlio spcoch of Mr, D. Buchanan, M.P., on tho noglect of adopting a fiscal policy to protect Nativo Industries. Tho spcocli is ono delivered by tho volublo David in the Victoria Theatre, Sydney, at a ' largo moot ing of tho working mon ' of tlio motropolis, and as a great deal of falsehood hud boon published about tho attendance, etc. , tho Leaguo dosiros that tho truth bo known. Tho names of the President of tho Leaguo and of the gontle mon on tno pmnorm aro given at 1110 outsot, and wo must confess that most of tho names thero mentionod, are entirely nojv to us. Of course that may bo duo .to our '? liignoranco,' but hero aro somo of tho nanios by which tho reader may judge of tho ''popularity' of pro tection and its champions, in 'Sydnoy; — G. Garton, J. J. Sliiploy, 13. Edinington; J. Minto, J. J. Shipley, otc., etc. Of couvso with theso names are included tho names of , such notables...

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POETRY. A Workman's Wooing. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 May 1880

POETRY. A. Worliimiii'H lYooiiiR. ? \\ I know that my lmnds intiy 1)0 fto.nl ihitl rough Uliftt my chocks may 1)oav.oiti uM pWp; But my heart ia mnde of a pb'oil olcl^trnT Thnt will never falter or fail ; v v Awl though in tho world with my mntesXt stand To shaw in the buttle of life, \ I toko tliec, my girl, by thy tlaintv hand, As my own, my bonnv sweet wife. Though never ft jewelled wreath may span Tlio carls on thy beautiful brow, Til pledge thee my heart and truth as a man And love thee forever as now ; And tHough tho bright dreams of love's sunny primo Too often tho future belie, Tho steep hill's of life together we'll climb, And conquer our fate— thou and I. ( y. My coat may bo poor, my words bo but few. \\ Yet there's never an erminkl king v ? . Can offer his queen a present moro true S' Than mine of a heart and a ring — V . That tiny gold link, with which wo may bind Our fortunes in one common bond ; ? And rear us a home where happiness shrined ? . ? May dwell with affectio...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 May 1880

Bhoalbaveii Shipping 3iitellig;cucc. | ARRIVALS. April 2S.—Ill/iwnrm (e.)« from Sydney; Emily (kotch), from Wollongong. May 1. — Hlawarra (s.)» from Sydney ; Our Own (a.), from #ydncy. ,, 8. — Promise (Vetflh). from Sydney ; Moycnn (schooner), from Bydnoy ; 6ummer Roso (schooner), from Sydney. DEPARTURES. April 29.— ?Ulawarra (».)? for Sydney. May 2.— Mary Ann (ketch), for Wollonponp. S.t— Emily (kctch), for 'Wollongongr ; Wairorra (a.), for Bydncy. EXPORTS. Per IUawarnt, Cuptnin Garde, on the Oth May, 1680.—' To Sydney : 307 bags maize, 1-tC kegs butter, 21 btifra bark, 127 cheeses, 127 hides, 0 baps oysters, 10 liasket» fish. f- pnekapes leather, 11 eases eggs, 4 packages h. iron. 7 cases tallow, 10 ooops poultry. 3 eases sundries, 2 o pips, 2 bags melons. 2 horses, 2 bundles e. skins. 1 bag pumpkins. 2 bundles s. skins. 1 basket wild ducks, 1 cart. 1 bag bacon. To Km nm : 03 pigs, 1 basket fish, 1 bog potatoes, 8 empty casks* To 'Wollongong : 46 pieces cedar, -1 nngs hides. Per U...

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

IUimatiU Mcsmt !4n\[gttti»ii Com pany. STEAMER'S TIME TABLE. jP It 0 M S H O A L IIAVE N, Monthly, (I a.m. Tlmrsdny, 8 a.m. ... FROM SYDNEY, Tuesday mid Vriilay, ui 11 !».««. All moals supplied during tho passages of tlio steamers froo of cliargo. ? Tlio Steam Drogliors, under charge of Captain Buchanan, are always' plyi.ng'on tho Plioalhavon Hivor ill connection with tlio Sydnov hteamors. E'. 'MANNING. English, St'oitiish, and Australian OIini'tcrcdBniik. A BRANCH of tliia JJank is now OPEN tit NOAVRA, : Shoallinvcn, in temporary promises, for. tlio transaction of all usual bank ing business. ; JOHN BOWLING, Managor. Sydney, oth Juno, 1878., Wanted to be Jinowii. IT T JONES, Collins-street, ICininn, lias T V ? Horses and Vehicles FOR HTRE. Ho is proparcd to run between Wollongong - and Ulladulla. Also, that ho is a cash purchaser of Hides and skins in any quantity. ? D. LINDSAY' BYETGCK, Auctioneer and Commission . Agent, JAM BEE oo. W. H A L L, General Commission Agent, AND PKOJtt...

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Weekly Calendar for May. MOON'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 May 1880

Weekly Calendar for May. Moon's Age. Last.quartor. . 1st, at 11.57 p.m. New Moon . . 9th, at 4.21 p.m. First quarter. . 17th, at 8.29 p.m. Full Moon ... . 24th, at 4.43 a.m. ,r /——Sun — -) ? I High water atShoal . Rises. Sets. ? [ havoit Heads. ? ' n. m. :h. m.\ a. sr. ? p. jr. 13 ' G 45 5 7 10 33 10 52 14 6 4G 5 0 1111 11 30 15 ' 6 46 5 6 11 50 ? 16 ' 6 47 5 5 12 10 12 31 17 ; 0 48 5 4 12 54 I 19 18/ 6 48 5 4 1 47 2 17 ? 12 6 49 5 3: 2 50 3 26

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Gardeners' Calendar. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 May 1880

©ardciicra5 Cnlendar. M A Y. Kitchen GAnnr.N.— Prepare the ground for the early spring crops by thoroughly digging, trenching, and manuring ; let every available pioco of vacant land be prepared for sowing or planting, as this is the period when a few hours' labour may ? oring in a handsome return after a due lapse of time. Clear away all dead leaves, and free tho beds from weeds. Sow broad beans, radishes, peas, onions, spinach, and lettuce ; transplant horse-radish, cabbages, euulillnwcrs, &c. Rhubarb may be planted in shady situations, Beds for sea-kale and asparagus may be made, but care must be taken to have them well manured and deeply trenched. Celery may still oe transplanted ; that planted before will require earthing up. Flower Garden*. — The remarks made before, as regards tho kitchen garden, apply equally to the flower garden. Shrubs may now be transplanted. The borders should be carefully looked to, and all appearance of untidiness removed. Propagate fuchsias an...

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

GENERAL FEINTING OFFICE, Kinghorn-strleet, Mowra, Shoalhaven. if* , Tl^HE oxtensivo cirouliltipii ?/socuro(b for The Telei/raph throughout Shonlhavon and tho JL, South Const, rondors it''of spouiul valuo as an advertising lnodhun. ? ?: Tlio Oflico is roplofo: with PLAINT , AND-FAN OY., TYPES,- BORDERS, and ORNAMENTS, W : which onablo. tho proprietor; to ox-jcuto work iu a stylo oquul to any oflico iu tho colony, ivitk tho utmost accuracy and despatch. .The. Telegraph is publishod ovory THURSDAY Morning,- at six: o'clock, and forwarded to all - arts ol tho colonics. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Yoarly, in advance ? - ? £\ o 0 ' Half-yearly, iu advance \ ? ? (j jo 0 Qunrtorly, in advance^ ? j ? i ? ? 0,5 0. ' ? Oil ueilit, poi qnaite^\ «.v ^ s 0 0 0 ' All account's londoioiTqimrtu^lyX 1 ? I . Th'o quarters torminato on tho thstMarcli, 30th Juno, 30th Soptombor.aiid 31st Decombbr ? at.whioti.puriodj only can subscribers (looHno,. by giving ono wcok's: notico in writiiigpre-r 'i ' '? ; 1 viou...

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

P A » BXt t It S V* ??).-A T Nowra Par^^oiy Hoisps and Cattle,; jLX. Travelling SyTt^and Teams. Ilorso^, . Is 4dper week, or Ja por night ; Cattle, Is per ' Week, or !Sd por uiplit. W A IT JE 1 EOUR Good ; £2. i,is'por wook of oiglit hourf^^hUfs. Only good minors nood apply to / - (/GORGE CJLiiEKSON, , ' Nowr*. Nowra, May 11, 1880. ' ' 1 Kowra llntciinycrs. ? .' A MEETINGAf wra Ratepayers favour r\ ablotothopu p|nsionof.By-]aw Prohiliit ' ing the Straying f. Cattle on tho Grennliills road. Will ho lieh in tlip BAND ROOM, 'on . TUESDAY; the If h instant. ? E. PATTERSON.' The Albion SSotcl, U NOWRA. - ^ W., A. mi/T LEY, ' rpHE 'CHOICES'/ QIJALTTT in SPTRI J. Ttrotrs t/d MALT LIQUORS, -WINE, and CORDIALS, always on hand. ... . Wyarfw Accoimuoilutioii for , TwfJJerjj. /'i OOI) C ITERS! Al'lAlVB, at Sid por pound. ' It .TAS. MOtifelMlN, Groouhills. to OH H»y Tflmlcr. I r JIEN'DERS aro inittcd to LEASH, for a torm JL of fovon years, la I'1 A I'M , at Cui riunbono Crook, consistmj# ot/'10....

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Original Contribution. "Lagar Beer into Mine Front." [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 May 1880

Original ContvubutSon. Beer into Mine Frout.' As-I vos.on mino. vay do Hoot's poobligouso dor* ' oter nights,- Misdor Ailitor, I did hoer xoooh aw' row^ an argumolid, 1 zupposoV doy vill call it.' ? Vono shontloniauds ho vas declaring, dot ho vill drinks 37 bottles of lugorboar at Baddy Rino's, - und lie vill po zobor all night und all 'day long* ?afdurvarts. lv him: vas zobor shoost don, 'I not can no dor zobor muns. Bin zottlod dor row, or dor groomblo, nm. valked on-bast Hoot's. Slioost.don ; urn zoo -.siomo sclimall yong'gows — poddios, um tiuks der calls inn— ondor sohtroot. . Veils, coot not ba* Mr. Yicks' boildies py, bot doy j'ouiiiiM, und dey .youmps, ' uiul gotcli dot sehlimll COW 1-V '.mil's dail — linil Kiinr-h n nnn. roar. Djr. solimull ,cow3. himi youmps und 3*oumps, und at laslit dor boddio roon iu Hoot's yard. * * * * Mocli moro um coot dol, .poot von void , moro. Doy vas zoo scholly, I vas doinpted'do' sehoin dom und doy inado um volgnmo. . Urn drinks zomo Lager und...

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Nowra Municipal Council. TUESDAY, MAY 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 May 1880

IVtnvra Municipal Council. Tuesday, May 11. Present— Tho Mayor (Aldorman Groon), and Aldonnon Groy, and Graham. ' Tho minutos of tho previous mooting woro' read and confirmed, Tho Mayor brought up a roport of tho Financo Committeo recommending puymoiit of tlio under mentioned itonis : — F. Sidnoy, wugos, £4 4s ; Barrett, £3 ; Duff, £3 ; Council Clerk, £7 10s ; Inspector of By-laws, £3 15s; Gcllowuy, £13 9s 7 d ; Newton, £1. Tho report was adopted. Tho Mayor reported tho progress of work by mo iimimoiiaiico mon at ivowra iaiu ; rune i-ir. Nowton having boon dissatisfied with tho Coun cil's alignment of rouct near his proporty, and that Survoyor Lupton had since surveyed tho . lino and found tho Council's statomont correct ; that culverts woro required onf tho now road loading from Nowra Ilill, and that the main tenance mon would construct samo' as soon as possiblo. ? In reply to tho Mayor Alderman Graham said no' arrangements' had boon mado with .reference . to tho culvert 'applied f...

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Cable Intelligence. London May 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 May 1880

Cttlnlti liitcIliKcncck . ( From ilie Herald.) . J.oiidon May 5. A despatch has to-day libbn published from Lord Lytton, Viceroy of India, to. Viscount Granbvook, Secretary of State. for India in the Boaconsfiold Cabinet. ' r,. . . . ?_ Tho Vicoroy, referring to tho cost of tlio war in Afghanistan, states that tho exponsos havo proved hoavior than. was anticipated, and that, lio regardod it- iis probable, that tlio total out-' ^'lay would oxceotl t'10 estimates ai; rived lit by tlio' -Indian Government by at least four millions sterling.* 1 , ? Tho trial of tho diroctors of tlio West of Eng-, '?land Hank wmcn tnuod last your, who liavo boon i prosecuted by tho Public Prosecutor i.u a bliarge .iv of ? having' issuod' -false ?; -balanco-shcets to the ?sharelioUloi's, '-has boon brought to a bloso. 1 All tlio directors havo boon acquitted. . - Tlio Australian Cricketers arrived in London to-day, and havo sp'ont soveral hours in prac tising. ' ' _ Their first match will bb against olevo...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 May 1880

If X wavn'fc drunk that nito, I had somo of tho most natural simtinris that a man ovor had iuul kopt sobor. in tlio first placo it wan about 80 rods from whero I drank tlio lagor boor to my houso, and I wis jost ovoi1 two i liohrs on tlio road, and a liolo bustod through oach ono of my pantalooil noos!, and didn't lmv anv hat. and tricd t.o opon tho door by tho boll-pull;iaiidhicoupod awfully ???and -.saw ovorything in tlio loom trying to gdt round on tho back sido of mo, and sitting down , on a oliailyl did not wait-Ion!; oilough for it to ? got exactly undor. ino wlioi 1-iwun going round, : and I - sot.dowu a-littlb .too soon aiid inissod tho ? chair about l'Jin., and : couldn't /.got: up soon enough ttr' tako' tha hoxt oiio.tliat como along : and that ninU awl, my wifo sod I wuz as drunk us a ; beoijti nntl-ns^l-scd:bofore|,iLbogtuv to spin , up tbiilgs'fiooly. If lagor hooiv ifi mot intoxicating it usodjmo r almighty mean, (hat I know. - Still 1 hardly think that lagor'boor in i...

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Shoalhaven Court of Requests. NOWRA, TUESDAY, MAY 11. (Before Messrs. Z. G. Bice, John Glanville, B. Brown, and A. De Mestre, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 May 1880

Shoalliaven Court or Retiue Is. Nowra. Tuesday, May 11. (Before Messrs. Z. G. Bico, John: Glanvillo; B. Brown, and A. Do Mestro, Js.P.) . Jamos Lamond v. J.- Durant. Goods (moat) sold and .delivered; £1 Ss 6d. ' Dofondant's wifo adinittod tho validity of tho claim, and promised paymont whon hor husband rocoived his wages. Verdict for plaintiff. . IT.LEOAL DETENTION OF GOODS' / . John Smith' v.. Patrick ICcllov. . . ' This waft an action brought bv complainant; who is actinur as agont for Mrs. J. M. Brown-, of- 1 Pnrma, to order dofondaiit to dolivor up pos session of a ? cart' and harness, lent him soino' time in October last by Mr. J. M. Brown. From tho ovidonco, it nppoared that at a sale of- Kelly's effects at Woolamia, on ,tho 9th Octobor, '79, Mr.; Browu was prosont, ? Whon nil old cart was about to bo offorod, Kolly canie up and said, ' You ought to buy that for nio Mr., Brown replied that ho did not know whother lio should or not. Subsequently ho did buy it, and told defonnnn...

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Shoalhaven Police Court. NOWRA, THURSDAY. MAY 6. (Before Mr. John Glaville, J.P.) DRUKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 May 1880

Slioallisiveii Police Coun. Nowra, Thursday, May 6. '? (Before Mr. John Glanvillo, J-P.) DRUKEMiESS . Thos. Hams- pleaded guilty to being drunk' at Torrara, on tlio 1st mst., and was fined 2s 6d, whichhopaid. Nowra, Tuesday, ; May 11. ; (Boforo Messrs. Z. G. Bico. John Glanvillo,- B. Brown, and A. Do Mestro, Js.P.) OBSCENE LANGUAGE. E. Jonos ploaded guilty to a chargo of having made uso of obscono langnago atT'errnra, on tlio 8th instant', and was admomshod and discharged. Thomas Gouldiug pleaded guilty to a similar offonco, and ivas fined 5s and costs. .'? — r Isbostor pleaded guilty to havingmadduso of obscono languago at Worrngoo-street; on thci 7th inst.,- and was mulctod ih tlio costs of Courts it boing his first appearance before tho Bonch. DRUNKENNESS. ... '. v Michael M'Namara pleaded guilty to having ' taken a drop too much,'* as lid put it; on the 9th instant, and was fined os, and costs of Court, which sums woro paid.

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Central Shoalhaven Municipal Council. TERRARA, TUESDAY, MAY 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 May 1880

. Central Slioalliaven ACuiiieipal . Council. , Terrar.C, Tuesday, May 4. ''???. The Council mot at 3 p. in. Prosont -Aldonnon Hyam (Mayor)i Liunond, ^Conaghan;- McLean) : anil Walkor. ..-.Tho minutes oE previous mooting worts' read and confirmed. : - CORRESPONDENCE. . . , Inwards comprised— 1. From Nowra Couiiail, stating, that payment in torins of agroouiont of: contorooce, ror maintenance ot south -bounilary road; would bo paid whon ; tho other ai'ii'ingo mouts of tho conference has boon carriod- out. [It: was docidod, oil tho motion of Alderman Momifjhan, that : a letter bo sent to Nowra Council, requiring it to agroo to- tho payment of' ho abovo sums.] 2. From, tho Trustoos of tho road through tlio Torrara Estate to Greonwoll Point road, stating that a sum of £30 still remained to tlio -credit of, tho. Trust ;. ' that it would bo willing to liavo tho'monoy spoilt on tho road undor tho supervision ot tho Council, and rocominonding that it bo spont.in motaUing i tlio Torrara road...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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SPECIAL LICENSING COURT. (Before Messrs. Z. G. Bice (Chairman), B. Brown, A. de Mestre, John Glanville, H. G. Morton, and John Monaghan). [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 May 1880

SPECIAL LICENSING COURT. (Boforo Messrs. Z., G. Bico- (Chairman), B: Blown, A do Mostio, John Glamillo, II. G ? Morton, and John Monaghan). . ?? * i Tins was a : spocial licoiismg mooting to con- I sidor an application by Mr; T. Jonos, of. Ttrriira (formerly , ot Sydney), -for a license for a house m Torrara, recontly occupiod-by Dr. Robortssoh Tho folowmgis a copy ot tho notico signify ing ap])lieant'8 intention to apply for a liconso . ' 1 Thomas Jonos,. now out of : businoss, and now residing at Torrara, in tlio dist. ici of STioal havon, do horobv givo notico that it is my uitou tion to apply at tlio noxtSpooial Potty fcessi'iris, to bo holdon in tho district on. tlio '.1 ltli' irav noxt oiisiiing, tor a. Publican s Liconso for tho salo of tormented and spirituous liquors m tlio liouso and appurtenanoes : thereto bolongin',' situate at Torrara, containing tour sitting rooms and six bed rooms in it, oxciusivo . of those required for tho hunilv, atld now my proporty, and to bo cal...

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IN GOD'S ACRE. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

' IN GOD'S AOEE. i. Thou art alivo, 0 gravo, Thou, with thy living grass. Blown of all windy that pass, Thou, 'with thy daisies white, Dewy at mom and night ; Thou, on whoso granite stono Greenly tlio moan has crown. Through tho wholo summer round, Sweetly tho rosos thrive, Thou art alivo ! 0 gravo, thou art alivo ! - ii. Answer mo, thon, 0 gravo, Yea, from thy living bloom Speak to rao, 0 groen tomb, Say if tho maid I know, Sepulchred horo below, Say if tho swoot, white faco, Hidden in this dark placo, Say if tho hair of gold Buriod amid thy mould, Say, 0 thou grave, her bed, Is my lovo dead? 0 say, aro tho doad dead ?

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