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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 May 1880

Bhonlhnven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. Per UlarrArni, Captain Gardo, on tho 20tH Mny, 18S0.— To | ? Sydney : 18C kojw butter, 32 bags maize. 10 cases 15 bags ; bacon, 7 coops poultry, 0 bags ouster?. 200 piece* ccilar, 2 ba^ leather* 41 cneencR, 2 hii lea. 1 bag potatoes, 7 baskets fish, 2 bundle* nheepskins, 2 packages wild ducks, and sundries. To Kiama : 55 pips, 5 baps maize, 5 eases, 1 empty kef?, and sundries. To wollongong : HO hags maize, 2 bags bacon, 1 bag fruit, 2 baps hidrs, 1 cmk. Por Dlawarra, Captain Garde, on the 24th -fay. 1 6.^0. —To Bydnoy : 120 bags maizp, 18 kegs butter, 7 pig*. n ease* egg*. 0 chocnes, 3 coops poultry, 0 bi*- oyster*. 1 b i? bi^on. :* ci'*es honey, 0 packages loather, I ca*e ducks, l 1io;no. 1 basket lUli, 1 keglara, 1 jar butter, 1 tin butter, and sundries. To Kiama : 19 baps potatoes, 1 pig, S bags wheat. To 'Wollon- gong : 1 keg butter.

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 — 27 May 1880

| ? JIT'''-— — J llHuwiirra Steam SttviKalloii. Com i! ' ' 'V i»auy. STEAME1VS TIME TABLE. |jpROM SHOAL HA V E N,' Monday, 6 a.m. Thursday, 8 a.m. ' . PROM SYDNEY, ? Tuesday ami Friday, at 11 p.m. All meals supplied during tho passages of. tho flteamore freo of chorgo. - ' ' Tho Steam Droghors, undorchargo of Captain '/ Buchanan, are always plying on tlio Shoalhavon llilivcr in connection with tho Sydn'oy steamors. ?jV . E. .MANNING. -1 ^Mglisli. Scottish, and Australian ?bk:- Chartered Mnnk. ' i 1 P* jk BRANCH of this i Bank is now : OPEN i at J\. NOWRA, Shoalhavon, in : temporary | promises, for tho transaction of all usual bank 1 ' inK business. JOHN DOWLING, . , Managor. Sydney, 5th Juno, 1878. ' '? Wanted to 1«; Known. r XCF JONES, Collins-stveot, Kiarnavi hus W- . Horses and Vohicles POR HIRE. ; . Ho is proparod to run between Wollongong r ' and IJlladulla. IAlso, that ho is a cash purchaser of Hides and: ?skins in any quantity. D. LINDSAY BYMOCK, | Auctioneer and . Commission...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Commercial Intelligences [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 May 1880

Commercial Intelligence. . . ! , [by ELECTRIC TELEGRAPn.l Flour, £11 10s por ton ; household, £10 10s toiilll ; soconds, £9 10 s ; lucerne hay, £3 10s to £3 '15s: second quality, ' £2 10s to £3 : inferior, 30s to 35s; Warrnambool potatoes. £2 IDs; onions, £3 to £3 os; maize, 2s 0d_ to 2s. 3d per bushol; buttor, in keg. Is per lb:' eggs, Is 9d to 2a por dozen ; bncoji, 3d to 7d per lb; choose, 2d to 8d; hams, ,10d ;to Is per lb : fowls, 3s por pair; ducks, 4s ; gec.-o, 7s ; cook turkeys, 14s ; hen do, 7s per pair.,:

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 May 1880

? To Our Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not receiving thfeir . paper regularly, -will oblige by promptly communicating the fact to tho pro prietor, at the ofllco of this paper. 03r Meetings to be Held. Terrara L.O.L. moots Friday, May 28, nt 7.80 p.m. The Crystal Spring Division, Sons of Temper ance, meot at Tomporanco Hall, Terrara, Tues day, 15th Juno, at 7.30 p.m. Good Tomplar's Lodgo meets at Nowra this evening (Thursday), May 27, at 7.30 p.m. ©Ijc ®.ek0ra^I], AND SITOA Iff A VEN. ADVERTISER. Published every ^Thursday Morning ? ?' ?; THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1880.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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THE MODEL SUBSCRIBER. WILL CARLETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 May 1880

THE MODEL SUBSCRIBER. Will Caeleton. ' Good mousing, air, Mr. Editor, how are tho iolks today? I owe yon for next year's paper — I thought I'd coino in and pay ; And Jones iB going to tako it, tbis is hiB money hero ; I shut down lendiu' it to him, and thou ooaxed him to .try it a voar. ' And here's a few littlo items; that happened last week in our town ; I thought they'd look good for tho papor, so I just jottod 'om down ; And here iB a basket of peaches my wife picked expressly for yon, And a Bmall bunoh of flowera from Jenriio — Bhe thought she must Bend something, too. ' You're doing tha politics bally, aa all of onr family agree ; Just keep your old goosn quill a flappin' and give them a good one for me. And now you aro chook-full of business, and I won't bo takin' your time ; I've things of my own I must tend to good day, Bir ; I believe I will olimb.' The editor sat down in hia sanotum, and brought down liin fist with r. thump ; ' God bless that old farmer,' ho muttered, ' H...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Creameries or Butter Factories. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 May 1880

Creameries or ISuttcr Fac tories. It is somo'wlmt difficult to give in tlio space of' a' newspaper article all the information asked by Jan -.inquirer. It is hardly .likely, that any sperson knows the names and loca tions of all -the creameries .in- tho .United i States.: Tlioy are of .somewhat recent origin, aud 'statistics.- concerning them havo not been collected and tabulated. The method of raising cream, of ^churniug, andof working, , salting, packing and marketing -butter, is not tho same iu ull creameries.-i-Thej^arfi operated on . different plans. Siime ,are owned ; by 'individuals, firms' or ;. ..companies;' that purchase milk off farmers, and use it as they think it most profitable.. Otliei'S^aro owned or rented to . one or. more' parties; who uiun mucuui u. - uuirLui ±\ji- miiiv pi.ituuuurs» uli u, . given price per pound. -Still others are co operative establishments, owned: and opera ted by joint stock companies tha't employ a-- supriutendent- and: workmen; -as' well^as...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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FROM A COUNTING-HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 May 1880

FROM A COUNTING-HOUSE. Theue is an hour when first, tho westering sim Takes on some foreoast faint of futuro rod ; When from tho wings of weariness is shed A spell upon us toilers, evory ono ; Tho day's work lags a littlo, woll-nigh done. Far, dusky lofts through all. tho oloso air spread. A smell or eastern Dales ; cue old cleric s head Nods by my side, heavy witli dreams begun. In dear dead days wherein his hoart is tombed. But I my way to Italy havo found ; Or wander whoro high stars gleam coldly through Tho Alpine skies ; or in somo nest perfumed, With soft Parisian luxury Bet round, Hold out my anna and cry ' At last 1 ' to you.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS. The Infinence of the Electric Light upon Vegetation. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 May 1880

j^iSCEIiLAiVEOllS. ' The Inflncncc of the Electric Light upon Vegetation. I At tho meeting of the Royal Socioty. on the 4th inst., Dr. O. AV. Siemons, F.R:S., gave n detailed description of some experiment upon the above subject which have been conducted during the last three: months at his house at' Sherwood, and exhibited specimens. Tho method pursued was to piant'quick-growing seeds and plants, such\a6:mustard,:cnrrot8;r swedes,* bftjins;: eucumbers;;'and melons.' in pots, and these pots were dividod into four: groups, one of ' which ;. was llcept Entirely in the dark, -'one was exposed to the influence of daylight only,, and. one 1to'daylightiand electric light, .in succession., Tlio- electric light was applied for, six hours eaclijoven mg — irom o to 1 1— ann tne plants were then left in darkness during the remainder of the night. ' ' The general ' result was that the plants kept entirely in tho dark soon died ; those exposed to the electric light only or to daylight only tliro...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Miscellany. QUEER TALES OF AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 May 1880

[?] QUEER TALES OF AFRICA. Tne Oomto do S6taoll-5, who bns recently roburuod|from tho banks of the Niger, whither bo was sent ^wheu Marshal MaoAtahon was Proaidenb of the Fronoh Republic, has just published a few moro ohaptora of hie start ling narrative. Tho count oaya that on cuuuaintj MO uuuiiv . 'Uiu.u w* that placo aome cotton goods, whereon his MrjeBtv ahoutod, 'I am the great Sultan t\ud nob a dog 1 I don't want your presents ; givo inc gin and rum 1' The count thought he wan going to bo apsaQsluatod, but ho forcod his interpreter to say* ho was not English, but French ; that he had novor before been rooeived by such a dog ; tbat ho feared neither Are nor poison, oto. This language having sobered tho Sultan, the connb gave him a bottle of gin, which produced another lib of delirium tremens. The counb adds that tho Sultan is completely abruti , and that he has no authority over his oubjeoto, who have imposod upon him a Parliament, with.whioh ho goto drunk from morning till evo...

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ALWAYS LOOK ON THE SUNNY SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 May 1880

ALWAYS iLOOK ON THE SUNNY SIDE. I Always look on the sunny side, And though lifo checkered -be, A lightsome hoart bids care depart. And time fliea pleasantly. Why sit and mourn o'er fanoied ills, When danger is not near ? Care is a self-consuming thing, That hardest norveB oan wear. . Always look on tho sunny side, And though you do not find All things according to your wish, Be not disturbed in mind. The greatest evils that can come . Are lighter far to bear r When met by fortitude and strength, Instend of doubt and fear. Always look on the sunny side— : There's health in tho harmless jest. And much to Loothe our worldly cares ' In hoping for the best. Tho gloomy path is far too dark For happy feet to tread, And telle of pain and solitude, . Of friends estranged and dead. , ' ' Always look on tho sunny Bide, And nevor sield to doubt: The ways of Providence aro wise. And faith will bear you out. If you but make this maxim youra. And in its strength abide, Believing all iB for the be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 May 1880

1? '-A I) B ft € It S V 'A T Nowra ftuFk, for Horses and Cattle, ?UTjL ?Travellin^Str)cJ^^ind;,Te.,inis. ? Hors'os, Is 'Id por- wook, \y jioiTHglit ; ;Cattlo, ,1s por week,' or lid por nigjft. ,, goAtcert. 1 . .4 GONC.ERT/vjJ'lta^o placo in tho SOIIOOL J\.' ROOM, I'liREl, ou MONDAY NEXT, 3L«t infetaut. (ProniodS ,in- uid of School Prizos; , ''\ / S. RICHARDSON. flic, Albion BSotcl, V N 0 \V R A . 1 , W.. A. WHE ATLEY )'T-EOSi to' inform his niutiorous frionds c,nd. ?JtJ supporters tliyt ho bus oponod tho abovo l'MRST-CLASS l^TElVat Nowra; and hopes, by strict attontim^,' lii«-clajis Accommodation, 'and tho. fact tkjt nopiiiia^jut tifc very best DliAMDS in Aja s, /Poyfrs, WlTiesn Spirits, Cordial^&o.ywillyCo latpt at mVjVlbion Hotel-, Nowra, He-rtierit / slia^o of tho Jatronago that has for so manjyry'oa^s beoi®jes«)wod upon him during his business careei' OirESo South Coast. COMMEJWIAL TRAVELLERS will find EVERY COMFORT and ACCOMMODATION, at the Albion Hotel, Nowra. iGOOTi S...

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Cable Intelligence. London, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 May 1880

[?] r. (From the- Iluruhl.) ' 1 ' London, May 20. . ? Parliament was' formally opened this 'after- noon (Thursday).' The i Queon's Speech; which was dolivored on tho occasion, commoncod witlr ' the usual, reforencol to) the relatioris'sulisisting. botweoD '..Great 'Britain ! and , 'Foreign.! Powers;:.: ?which, ,;the. Bpeoch\;8av8,. faro..:not : onlvi . qfu a: . froindly but of a cordial cliuractor. Alluding to tho prosont Kista to ot -Buropo, lior.Majosty expresses a hopo that hor Government, in ooncort' with othor signatory ! Powors,1 twill ;bo\ablo -to promote an . early and comploto /.fulfilment, -^oF thoso stipulations .ombodiedr iu thofvtraityi;.'of. Berlin which havo not1 yot 'bpoii carried, out, ,? wlioroby alonfi . effectual reforins aiid,e([ual.law, can bo brought into oporation in Turitoy.vv.Tho' spooch also rofors to tho .urgent nocessity which, exists for a po'rinanont.-sottloinentS of -.tho ^yiitorial quostion, which1 ro'niains unadjusted.; fulfilment of tho conditions ...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. The Song of Mahoment and the Jewish Robbins. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 May 1880

OKIGI\TAIi JPOETUY, Tlip Song of Mahomet and the Jewish K' Si^ina. The following lines, composed from tlio Koran and Writiiig8 of tho most celebrated Jowisli Rabbins, wore written somo timo sinco by a gentleman who has sinco boon awarded a vory high prize for his linos rip the opening of ono of tho Australian National Exhibitions, but whoso name we are not at liberty to give. WHEN God tho 1- ather (sorrowing tor tno lato Allotted man) Messiah did create, He asked His Son, 'Art Thou preparod to take, The cross of sorrow for My children's sako ? To bear their ponal sentence, and to die, In stern fulfilment of the prophecy ?' To Whom Messiah said, in words divine, — ' Forgive them, Lord, and lot thoir pains bo mine ! All anguish born of sin'will I endure, Their final safety, Father, to insure.' (1) Then to the' earth the Word of God camo down, And wore, like mortal, trouble s thorny crown, And felt the panes thiitwo -n-ho' suffer feel, So He micht help man's erring ritco to heal. (2) O...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 May 1880

(I'bc (Lflcmapli G-ENER^L PRINTING- OFFICE Kinghorn-street, Nowra, Shoalhaven. 1MIE oxtonsivo circulation socurod -for- The-. Telegraph throughout Shoalhavon and'' tho . South Coast,, rondorg it of special .viiluo as tin udrortising medium. . . ' Tho Ofllco. is roploto with PLAIN' AND, FANCY TYPE, BORDERS, and ORNA^^IS, which onablo tho proprietor to execute work in a style equal to any office in the colony, -tnth ? ? ? '? tho utmost acouracy and despatch. ,27ic is published ovory THURSDAY Morning, at six o'clock, and fOfrWfti'ded to all parts oi tho colonios. . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. - . Yearly,. in advanco;. . . . .v. £1- ',6/ 0 ? ? Half-'yoarly,. in advance . . . . ... ..... . . . . .. . ... . ... ; . . . ; ..... . . , . , 6 10 6 ? '.Quartoi'ly^ni. 'advance- .;.... . ?.??; . ... ; .... ? ? ? o i 6- ; - | - On.orodit, por.quartdr .'..... ? 1 ? o 6 0 ? I ' 1 k ? | . .. -v. : i v . ; ?? . ... ?- \ ?. .. i ? . ;* ? . ? All accounts rendered quarterly. . , The quarters terminate on tl...

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Inqu st at Meroo. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 May 1880

Inqu st at Meroo. . On Wodnosday week an inquest was hold at the residence of Mr. Honry Hodgkinson, frooholder. of Moroo, boforo Mr. District Coronor T. M. Richards, and the following jurymen Z. G. 'Bico (foreman), II. Hoiul, James ilorgan; 'l'hos. : Sho])herd, Thos. Connor, Thos. Smith, Jesse Watts. John Gibson, inn.. .Tnmn« f; i .T l-'. , llobson, W.-1I. Noakes, and John Postoll. Hour}' Hodgkinson, of Moroo,, deposed, that, on tho iiip;ht of1, -Monday tho 17th lie wont to bod leaving his property all right, anil no-firo was about tho placo; wo woro burning ofl' somo timber about 600 yards north ot tho houso ; tlio wind was westerly aftor 1 o'clock at tho tiino ; in tho morning a littlo aftor 1 o'clock I awoke and saw a groat light as of daylight : I got up and- saw .. my . milk-shed, ^stable, ' coach-, houso, and barn oil' firo:- :tho latter threo! under ono roof; I ostimate tho- value of tho -proporty . .all-..-.- dostroyed - at £300: tho property is .uninsured ; ' I went into tl...

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Central Shoalhaven Municipal Council. TERRARA. TUESDAY, MAY 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 May 1880

Central £»iio»lhaveii Municipal Council. ?? , ? .. Terrara, Tuesday, May 18. TnE Council' -mot ? at 2.30. Prosont — the, full /'oil' oil. Tho minutos of previous mooting woro ?ead and confirmed. . Inwards— 1. From .tlio Minister' of .Mines - (in roply to ono from tho 'Mayor), intimating that a .10, id could not bo openod oir, tlio western side of Crookhavon Creek, owing to objootions raised by : tlio lato Alfred Elyard. ' TAldorman Moiiae-han com]dainoil of, the injustice of suoli a decision; woro tho residents of- Crookliaven to lio cooped in without a road ? Tho Government could not lio properly informed on this quostion. :' Was thoro not a rosoi:vatiou in : the dood- of grant. - which entitled tlio Govornuiont , to opon a road ? If: there was not, tho deed of grant was vei-v diffor ont, to all the doods issuod nt tho - sumo timo Anothor thing lie, would liko to know, how did thoso sixty acres got. taokod on to tho estato? ft was nofi.pur ,-h iscd. ; If that space of ground was dr...

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Household. FOR MEN ONLY. ADELAIDE E. STORY, IN "RURAL NEW YORKER." [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 May 1880

[?] FOR MEN ONLY. ? Adelaide E..STon?, in u Bubal New Yorker.' * If womon'o curiosity iB as great aa it has como to bo conBiderod, no doubt evory ouo of tho niaterhood who glances at the above heading will read w hftb follows. Tho woman whoso good fortune ifc Is to havo a 1ud-3, thoughtful husband, one v?ho tukca hor out frcaupnclv. hcvov forcotfcltu* to neo that tho . robeii aro woll tucked in about hor in cold weather, and thinks it Ms placo and not hers to hold tho umbrella iu caso of a storm ; V7ho, to lighten hor labour, winds thp clock . ovory morning, and^attgndn to tho locking up ' at night; who haa unvor discovered that tho i children take all thoir bad traita from her, I and that iu their good onco they tako aftor 1 him ; who thowa as much consideration for hor ao he doeo for other womon ; who, in short, attends to all the little details for hor comfort as though that were as mnch to him [is his own, will think what is hero said iltogothor uncalled for, whilo tho woman who...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 May 1880

TO THE EDITOR OF THE TKI.HGltAl-n. .-SIR, — My attention has boon; drawn to a lottor in your local contemporary on, a , couplo. of nrtiolos, contributed by mo, which: np])eiired in your papor a few weeks back. I regret that tho writor, ' Silont Obsorvor,' has much mistaken my intentions, and huS'furthor resorted to abuso to bolster lip his views. '' In-noticing: his lotter, j- cannot retrain irom uopruimiug suuii tuiiiisas . ? ' vilo outburst of long- cherished joalousy.' ' confirmed ogotist,' ' vomiting so iiiucli bile,' etc. 1 can assure him that nought but a dosiro to ventilate ail:; important matter animated mo in writing, .and I am sorry that his motives in replying woro of; such a character as to .provont hiin'from discussing tho subject in a fair and impartial manner.' I stated plainly my views, : and was prepared to meot any objections ' Silont Obsorvor'' or anj'Dno elso lind' to oll'or; audi ? will go so far as to say, that I am not. afraid to substantiate any ^tateinont- I...

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Science. CHANGES OF THE PLANETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 May 1880

jiticitcf. CHANGES OF THE PLANETS. The sun, said tha-Proiensor, ia surrounded by oloud layers, aud it is these layoro, and not tbo Bun, that moot our eye. Yon have hoard of a variety of changes tailing plaoo in these olond layers, and recently a similar ohango has taken place in the cloud layers of Jupiter, by whioh r. long elliptical opening in tho'BOUthern hemisphere, equal to tbree lonrtns 01 the surlaoo 01 oar own earth, is now seen. Therefore we have to infor that tho clouds must have been swept to one uide by some mighty force exerted, we cannot doubt, from below, and brought into viow the real surfaoe of the planet. And it is proved that the planet has intense beat, and ia constantly working these ohanges, by the faot that these oloud layers are in no way influenced by the sun. I think the evidence we have is, that in the youth of the plane the waters that are one day to form th planet's ooeana wore raised into the atmo s phere in the form of these olouds. Now let us pass to ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Original Correspondence. The Decision of the Shoalhaven Licensing Court. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 May 1880

Original Con'osponilence. The SJceision ol* the Shoalliaven ' liiccii.siiiK Court. to tut! itnirnn of the teluquaiti. i Dkau Sill, — I havo read with interest and groat ? satisfaction your ablo und exhaustive nili()lo,;in tlio hist Ti'lt'j/raph, on tho decision of tho Shoal haven Justicos iu tlio licunso caso of tho Kith, and 1 think that your papor woll merits tlio sup port of tlur-frionds of tomponmco and of the poaco and ordor of tho community. Before tho docision I could not. think that our respectable , magistrates could disregard tho-wishos of the, rosidonts, and tho strong objections rospoctfully j pviirossnd i?i a nnfiHoii to Iho-benoh. and sierned by all thoso who were host qualified' to judge in tho case — though- having' no judicial power, i Botweon Groe'nwbll Point .nnd' Nuwrn' inclusivo thoro woro at least twico too many snares for tlio young boforo. To say tlio least — tlio decision of tho 13th was a gi'und misliiko, and will, vl much foar, prove to lie so by results —...

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