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THOU AND I. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

THOU AND I. I If Thcodoro Tilton io not u poet, ho is a maker of melodious rhymes. Tho quality of fikilful vcraiticutiou cannot ho justly denied him, nor can it ho truly eaid that ho is altogotlier wuntiug in tho higher attributes of pootio insight. Ho is mastor of folicitous diotiou, has a irioo oar for rhythmioal harmony, and ft quick pcrcoptiou of tlio beautiful. AVorthinirtou and Co. , Now York. publitth a volumo of hia later pootio effoita cntitlod 'Thou und I ; a Lyric of Human Lifo and Other Poeran.' Tho title poom is airihing in its conception and brilliant in exuoution. It briatlua -with ' points.' Tho reader's attention is fixed from tho first and remains abaorbod to tho end. Tho author's intonso personality crops out in ovory lino, pervading aliko form mid aubstanco. 'Wo can almost hour, tho Tiltoniau aooonta ring ing abovo tho inolody. of tho voreo and tho forvid aoncoption of tho narrativo. Tho story is told with considerable art, yet it docs not lcayo a ploasant impres...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Nobelist. DENIS DEVINE: THE AUSTRALIAN GIL BLAS, CHAPTER III.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

IpMist. DENIS DEVINE: THE AUSTRALIAN GIL BLAS-, BY GKROSVENOK. BUKTSTER, jiuthay of ' Mark Felton' ' lie Wins Wh0 Waits,' ' Abel JSradleg,' (?--., tf-tf. I CHAPTER m.— (Continued). ' Ii is only right, you know,' said Mr. Jjongstop, 'that; the boy should have^ a ohanoo to select his trade., I've known a heap of young men us have gone to (he dogs 'ous their parents set 'em at work agin whioh their natures revolted.'. And here Mr. Longstop struek an attitude and appeared as ready for a Bpeech as Mr. Gaunson or Mr. Buohanan. , Denis was brought before the board and asked what kudo he would prefer. It was notiooablo that Mr. Trumps at this moment had to leave the room, and that, pasBing into tho court-yard, ho indulged in a variety of oapers 'of an elephantine order, and blow out his oheeks, and deolarod that ' he was blesBed,' and otherwise gave physical, evidence of the agitation whioh controlled him- As I have said, he had already inter viewed my hero npon tho subjeot of appren ticesh...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Poetry. FOOTSTEPS ON THE OTHER SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

frotrg. FOOTSTEPS ON THE OTHEK SIDE. Us HABOA»ET EOTIXOE. Sittiuo in my humble doorway, Gazing on* into the night, List'niag to the stormy tnmult With a kind of sad delight — Wait I ior the loved who cornea not, Ono whoae step X long to hear : Ono who, though he lingers from mo, Still iB doarost of tho dear. Hark t he comes — now heart exultant In thy joy forget to ohido ; Ah 1 'tis bnt a stranger's footstep Gone Hy da tho other sido 1 All the night seems filled with weeping, . Winds aro wailing moumfnlly, And the rain-tears blent together Journey to the restless sea. ' X,o:\n fancy, oea, yon murmur, As thoy with yoar waters flow, like tho griefs of singlo beings Making np a nation's woo 1 Branohes, bid yonr guests he Bilont, Hush a moment, fretful rain, Breeze stop alghing— let me lislon Onoo mure — God grant not in vain ; To my ohook tho blood is springing Like the blushes of n brido. Joy 1— alas 1 again tho iootatepa Pass npon tho other side. Ah 1 how many wait forever, Tfci tlio...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

®elep;t)|[r G-ENEEAi Printing office V, r Kinghorn-str^et, Nowra, Shoalhaven. 1 rnHB oxtonsivo circulation liocurod «r The Telei/raph tliromthout- Shoalhavdii'ahd': tho''-1'- JL South Coast, renders it olspooW vaVo us an advertising modium, -.??.?-fh'.'-w Tlio OITico is io,)loto with PL.IlN ^ND l'ANOY TVPE BOKDEKS, nnd ORNAMENTS whn h 011 iblo tho piopuotoi to ol-jeuta worl! 111 a stylo oqual to any 0IIIC0' in tlio colony with W: tho utmost ncLUiacy anil do ] ateli. i 1 The Tc'ctp apft is published evory f II UKSDAY- Morning, at six o'clock, and-' forwarded lo all ] aits ol tho tolonios t ? ? , ' -: : ? . . ? ? ' ? ? ? i'f ' TE?IMS OF SUnsOllIPTION, ? ??????-'- Yuai ly, m advance \ ? £10 0 Half-yoarly, in advance J ? 0 10 G Quarterly, in advance i .0 6 6 ' . , On credit, poi qumtoi j ... 0 C 0 All aceouiits lcndoiod quaitoily./ Tho quartors terminate on tho :11st March, 30th Juno, 30tlr Soptombor, and 31st Decombor at which periods only can subscribers decline, by giving one week's ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HE WANTED TO BE AN ACTOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

HE WANTED TO BE AN AOTOR. A citizen, who.-u bust weight' never ex .ceeda 120 pounds, waa tho 'Oth6r day buy ing a oouple ef hons or a icrmer on tho market, and buforo the bargain was con cluded, tho two bacanie quite friendly, and tho farmer saia he haa souietiiin:-; on his mind to corumunioato. Ono of his boys had a passion for thaafcrioak and wa-j de sirous of becoming an actor. The idea was so strong on him that ho had becomo worthless round tbo farm, an'J tho iacher was-inapeok cf trouble to know how to turn tho boy's attontion hoin the footlights to the plough-haudlcj. '' 'Spoae I so;id 'uiiu. t.-t you, 'sposo you mako fau and lidsonla hita and let him see how Jcolish ii isf' susgcttud tho father, and tho citizen agreed. As a roauit of thoir planning iho boj w.'.lE-jd iatu tho citizoir's place ot business on Oongross-sirefch east next morning. Tho father had oalled him a boy, bur. ho weighed ahoufc 100 pounds, steod nearly sii ioit high, and ho had a pair of hands a'i large as ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

, There is a vulgar adago, the context of . ? -which implies that there is not much solaco to be derived from brooding overpast losses, ? or any hope of reparation by mourning- over ills already inflicted. Perhaps it may be needless at this time of the day to make any i observations on the decision of a number of the Justices of Shoalhavon, on Tuesday week, in dealing with an application from., one Thomas Jones for a license to open a public-house at Terrara ; but in any case, as i circumstances mentioned in our last i issue i prevented then an expression of .opinion on i our part, ths. exceptional nature of ? tho case,- 1 and the chances of similar issues again com-.] ing on for adjudication by the same tribunal, must bo our excuse for recurring to the sub ject at present. : The facts of the case liavo. already been placed before our readers, if not so much in the details of the Court proceedings, at least sufficiently intelligible by the applicant's notice of application, by the o...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

. -Tiie Min who Yonds or Imoorts. — As many do, , an imitation or, couatorfoit-^ of\a populaV medicinal cordial drunk by, thousandsKknowin-i -what lio vonds or imports 'to I10V pornioioiH articlo, dosorvos snmmaryimnifhmont, ? Bowaiv of so-calloil tonics tmddntwtios^'odhitiihpn'lol af hotter tlia n . :or ? ? tlio1 samo : as .Utlolplio AVolfo's Saliie lam -Aromatic - Sclmajips, andy purcliaso none but tlio gonuino' proparation.-~Ai3V. ? ;HOLLOWAY S -OtNn'JIK.VT :.ASD( PlLLS. TllO finest , remedies in tho world ior bad, logs, old w.mnds,:; sores, and ulcors. -... It iro I according r to direction -i gi ven with thom, thoro is 110 -wound, bad log or ulcorous sore, : liowovor obstinate or long standing, but -yield .'to tl^Tr; healing and -curative -properties^ NuMers , otVporsons. who have boon: patients 'in several ofthoilai-'o -hospitals uudor tho-caro -\E Wi1iont^ui:gooiis, r.witliou't'!' deriving1; \ tlio; sh'ght6W7^e'nefit,;:';liavo' - boon : thoroughly cured bv Hftjlois'av's O.ntm...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Humour. A TEST OF HUMANITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

[?] A TEST OP HUMANITY. Hh was a gaunt, shabby-looking man, about 40 yoars of ago.' Hia hair was I long, and full of chips nnd feathers, I denoting that ho had reposed on the [ previous night eithor in a honcoop or a sawmill.. His hat I10 oarriad in his hand to keop it from wearing out, ho had no heels on his boots, ond hiB coat was buttoned up to tho top of his head to koap tho world in ignorauce of tho innlji.Tinlinl v fiif.f; flm.f. bi'l (V.i vt.lll V Tinsnna sions didn't includo suoh n thing as a dross shirt. Ho woro no suspendors, but 1 intrustod tho proper attitudo of his trowsors to tho omnipotonoo of a dog chain, which was wound around his waist several times nnd tied in a hard knot in fact a knot hardor than tho charaotor of Beaoonsfiuld. Ho sauntored into tha restaurant witll a dolce ? far nienia swagger, approaohod tha proprietor, who was manipulating tha in-going shofcols, nnd said — ' Suppose an old, doorepit individual should oomo in and say I10 Wa3 hungry and wanted s...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

? Commercial Imtvlligcnec, . [BY. ELECTRIC TELEGnAl'H.] ? ? ? Plour. £11 to £12 per ton ;? household, £10 10s to £11 : soconds, £9.1 0s ; lucerne hay, £3 10s to £3 l«w AwAd|.'qualitj','i.;i2.J.10s.:to £3 ;?-? mfonor. 30s to 35s ; Warrnambool potatoes, dull, os to £2 10s; onions, i'3; maize, 2s- 4(1 tb* 2s Gd por bushel ; butter, in keg, Is per. -lb ?; eggs, Is Od per dozen; bacon, 4d to 8d per lb;: cheese, 3dto7d; ham, lOd to Is per lb ; fowls,. 3s'poi- pair ;? ducks,, 3s ,6d to 4 s ; geese; :6s ;;cock.' turkeys, 12s ; hen do, Gs por pair.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Elevated Railroad. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

Tliu lilScvatcil Stnilroail. Tiie New York correspondent of tlio S. 2[. Herald, writing on tlio above subject, says ?Tho elevated railroad has had its first i important :aecident. ! Qne ^of^its 'traius— ^luckily only a :speeiul, carrying, only aifow of tho company's employe^ — jiunpo.l the | !rails in turning a switch, ;and tumbled -.thirtv I feet into tho street bemiath. ? Guriously. enough,- : not one of\ho twenty '^inn on' tlie train woro fatally, oi\ovftiv dangerously, injured. Tlie fivunimi^vhsXhrtdl)'': sWildud, anil tiio engineer was sevemy^wuised, and ono man got- his' arm broku\; but that is about all. ;.-Yot the train was riimiing-at an excoptionably high rate of speed— at -least, forty miles an .hour. On: the wholo, there fore, the result ?; of.- .this accident 'has been: rather reassuring than otherwise. There are now. twenty-seven mil '3. of elOTa'o.l roa-1 through r tho streets ,'of t i,Nia«r . YoMc- -this : h eight vary i ug from jj^i tee^ti) f|ii\y-li v e feot' above...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Agriculture. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

[?] Efieci op GiKBLisa Qhaphvises. — Tho Amherst Transcript reports tho folI»wiuj» experiment : ' Among tho cxperimotjfB with tho Grapevino at Amberot Agricultural College, girdling hni produced somo remark able results, both ia t.hs quantity oi the fruit aud tho pericd of development. The vinos wero girdled sbou1] the fiiefc week in August, when tho ireo add of the Concord grape nau reachoa tue nighest Bsato, aau tna grape-sugar hail bsgun to inoroaso. Experi ments were made with whole vines nnd with branohes. Two ineiaious were made through the bark ond cambium layers from ono quarler to ono- third of au inoh in v/idth, and the substanoe botv.'coa removed. The fruit on the girdled vines matured fully two week a in advanco ef tho unRirdled viues. Professor Goessman picked fnlly matured fruit from a girdled vino at his residence fully throe weeks in advance of fruit on ungirdlod branches of the earno vino. / Tho vines that wero girdled a year ago were in fine condition this soasou, ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Wheat Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

The Wheat Market. Adelaide wheat, 4s 8d; Sydnoy wheat, 4s Gd to 4s 93 ; Victorian, 4s 6d : Lannceston, 4s Gd ; Now Zealand, 4s 3d per bushol.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Inspect the Inspector. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

Inspect tflie Iiis]-cct»r. I '\Yr. clip tho following from tho Yass Courier of tho 7th inst. The oborvations hero quoted are mado after giving tho substnuco' of tho Inspector's report ' We just now called it an extraordinary: document — and tins is tho reason why wo did so: its 'composition afroras . palpable proof that. Mv; Murray is not a fit -man ; to deter mine whether schools are, or are not,'' up to ?standard; or grammar woakly or effectively, - liandled. - Tho report of a- school inspector should at least be grammatical.-., When: one finds:!.,tlierein such-:-.a -sentence -ass this — ? ' Indoed there ''is no part of. this district whoro tho avorage attendance required by law can be-- maintained .which is without school accommodation '—when suoh a sen tence of that is discovered. tlieroin; may we not well repeat a provious query, i and- ask— , 'Wlio^shall inspuct t..e inspectors ? Possibly what Mr. Slurliy meant to say was— 1 Indeeui no purmof this district where tho attendaiiB...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

Queen's Birthday Sports.— On 'reference, to our advertising columns, it will bo seen that races will bo held on tho Numba racocourso on Monday next; aud that Mr. Thomas Hood, of the Greerihills Hotol, Nowra, will havo a grand display of fireworks, and a balloon nscont. Juvenile Concert. — On reference to our advertising columns, readers will observe that a j uvenilo concert is to take place in tho Wesleyan Church, Terrara, on Tuesday evening next, in aid of.thfiiunds for defraying tho expense of the ropairfc r6cently oft'ectcd to that church. Should the^vfcatlier continuo fiuo, wo hope to see a largo altnnrla iiA. Y-

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Machine For Inducing Sleep. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

A IMacliiiic irorliiilncing glevp. A oo^teiii'ohahy says ' There is nothing to bo more avoided, short of actual disease, than: sleeplessness, and : only tlioso un t'ortu uate creatures who from it know liow the fmmo is taxed, and how weary the days pass.. by; \\;hoii 'Damo (Nature refuses the | soothing cordial;-. A number of- suggestions have been mado^&r: Tfidiicin^tho absent friend- to return, rnlt^tli^ate^^oems to liavo taken practical fry nj, '^Mieliino. This is such -a nvoeluiiiie?flt hgo \mareally there is no reason for astonisliinHnlTTHh^ve must hold, the Americans responsible for the following aecuunfc of Professor Ellison's, alleged 'latest, invention. A correspondent of tho Nacld ichtca, of. Basle, who subscribes: himself ,'E. F. Y.,' and dates trr.m Sycamore ';Brook,:Long Island, givos a curious descrip tion of the latest ^aud - most incredible - of tho inventions of ,Profe6«)r. ^Edison.. The i Professor has perfaufodXwe^aro^ assuro'd,' an apparatus by, which a- ...

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 — 20 May 1880

[?] Held Over. — Through a press of advertise ments at a lato hour yostoiihiy evening, wo havo boon cmnpollod to hold ovor, until lioxt issue, our report of tho Contral Shoalhavon Municipal Council mooting (in typo); tho inquest on tho, lato fire at. Mr. Hodglunsoii's ;? Lines h(3ndoil,'' 'Tho song ot' Mtthomofc and tho Jewish, llr.tibis ' ; ami several othor interesting items;.'.-'. Death. — Wo regret this - wook to rccord tho. death of a sou of Mr. M'Poo, of Pyroo, who died at Ulladulla on Tuesday last, , aftor a lingering illness. In tho absenco of furthor particulars, wo aro unablo to stato the iuunediato cause of death.' Tho funeral took ])laco yestorday,' arid' 'the', romains wero buried m tho Wosloya'n portion, of tho Public Comotery at Nowra, the Rev. K.!Ai Corner officiating. ; The Bourne Relief Pund. — Wo publish in;! another column a transcript of the subscription ? list loft at our offloo by Mr, Thomas Nowtori a fortnight ago. Tho two first mentioned' items woro left at ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Any Letters for the Wattses? [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

Any Iicttcrs for tlie' Wattscs* . A. lantern-jawed young man stopped at the Post-Office last Saturday, and yelled out : - ; ' Anything for tho Wattsos ?' George Poteet, our polite Postmastor, replied; ' No, thoro is not.' ' Anything for Jane Watts ?' 'Nothing.' ' ' Anything for Alico Wutts ?' ?No'.' 1 1/ ' Anyth thing for Bill Watts.'' . ? No, Sir.' i : . ' Anything for. Torn Watts ,?'-????? .'Anything for ' Fool Joe ' Watts ? ' No, nor Dick-Watts, -nor ' Jim, Watts, nor SwootWalts.nor any othor Watts, dead, living, unborn, natn e, foioign, ciuh/ed 01 unuvih/cd, savage -.or 'barbarous;- male 'or foiualo, ; white or black, -franchised or disfranchised, naturalized;, or. othorwiso; : No,' thoro . is --positively - nothing for ? any of tho Wattsos, either: individually,: Foverally, jointly, now and forovor, ono and 'inseparable.' . 1 .i Thoboy. looked at tlio Postmastor in astonish- ment, arid said : A :: ; Please look if thoro ? is ? anything for ? John Thomas Watts ?'

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 — 20 May 1880

Sboalhaveu ShlpphiK Intelligence. J ARRIVALS. May 12. — Hlawarra (s.), from Svdnoy. „ 15. — Our Own (s.), from. Sydney ; Hla warra (ft), fiom Sydney. DEPASTURES. . 'May 12. — Promise (ketch), for Sydney; Our Own (s.), for Sydney ; Moyean (schooner), for Sydney. ? „ 13. — Illawarra (s.), for Sydney. „ 14. — Summer Roso (schooner), for Mornya ; Mns»ic (schooner), for Tomago. „ 15.— Mary Ann-(ketch), forWollongong. „ 16. — Prosper Coulon (schr), for Tomago. „ 17. — Illawarra (s.) for Sydnoy. EXPORTS. Per Tllnwirrn, Captain Garde, on the ISth May, 1S80.— 1 To Sydney : 25-1 bags mnize, 161 kops butter, 281 pieces ccdar. 3S chooeee, 24 pigs, 10 coops pouHrV. JO cases cpj^, 3 bundles rfdns. 0 bnga bacon, 14 casks, 4 basket* fish. 3 calves, 1 bundle 'wild duckfi, 1 hide, and sundries. To ICiama : OS pies, 27 baps maize, 3 kejj butter, 11 packages luggage. To 'WoUongong : 41 bogs maize, 5 ba&s bides. Per Dlawarra, Captain Gnrdc, on tho 17th May, 1SS0.— To Sydney : 267 bags maize, 26 ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

IUawnrra Steuiu KsiVif;u4i-m Coin ? ? ? pttny. STEAMER'S TIME TABLE. ? JP BOM SHOAL II A Y.E.N, Monday, G a.m. THmsduy, 8 a.m. ? PROM SYDNEY, Tuesday' anil 'Friday, at:M. ji.iu. ? All inoals supplied during tho passagos of tlio ' steamers free of 'charge. Tho Stonm Droghors, undor chargo of Captain Buchanan, aro always plying oil tho Shoalhavon River in connection with tlio Sydnoy stcumors. ? E. -MANNING: -' XSuglisIi, Scottish, ami Australian ? Gliarlcred Banli. A BRANCH of this Bank is now OPEN, at; NOWRA, Shoalhavon, in temporary promises, for tlio transaction of all .usual bank ing business. ? b JOHN DOWLING, Manager. ? Sydnoy, oth Juno, 1878. , Wanted to lie Kiiown.v ; r ?TTT. ' JONES,- ' ?? Gollins-stiwifc; Kiama.v.-has, W ? Horses and YohiolesEOR. HIRE.. IIo is prepared to run ibetween Wollongong, and Ulladulla. , Also, that lio is a cash purchaser of Hidos and skins in any quantity: ^ B. LINDSAY DYMOCK, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, JAMB Ell 0 0. W, HALL, General Commissi...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

''?HT O T I C E . THE ACCOUNTS in connection with this Journal aro NOW ISSUED, and the Pro prietor desires the favour of an EARLY ADJUSTMENT. The Subscription Accounts, in somo casos, cover a period of thirteen months, being from tho 27th February, 1S79, to March 31st last, so as to bring the torin to tally with tho quarters of tho year. C3' Meetings to he Held. Terrara L.O.L. meets Priday, May 28, at 7.30 p.m. The Crystal Spring Division, Sons of Temper ance, meet at Temperance Hall, Terrara, Tues day, 15th Juno, at 7.30 p.m. Good Templar's Lodge meets at Nowra on Thursday, May 27, at 7.30 p.m. . ®|e ftritpqrfr, AND: SHOALHA VEN AD VERTISER. Published every Thursday Morning; . THURSDAY. MAY 20, 1880.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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