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Agriculture. STOCK BREEDING NOTES. Richard Goodman, in Rural New Yorker.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 May 1880

[?] STOCK BREEDING NOTES. Richard Goodman, in Rural New Yorker.) [Having beon in the habit for twenty years past oi entering into my note book memo randa of tho best ideas of othors and tho results of my own practice in bre#ding fino dairy clock, I reproduce some of the most useful of theso nutes as a guide to boginners in. the business of breeding.! iliLKEUr;. — To dovolop milking properties or to pcrpotiiato thom, breed with hulls descended from milking families. Koep tho cows constantly in milk for from nine to ten months, giving plenty of good stimulating and mili.-yi'oduoing food, summer and winter. IL.-ifors must come in young — my Jerseys do at two years— and be kept in milk ton months wiih their first oalf, that the milking organisation may be kept in full play for as long a period as possible. Sehyioe op Oows. — It may not be poasible to force nature into any particular ehmnol, but tho experience of breeders has settled upon the pmotico of taking advantage ot tho first peri...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT A WOMAN CAN DO. MARY BEAL M'CLOUTH IN "RURAL NEW YORKER." [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 May 1880

WHAT A WOMAN 'OAN DO. ? Ma-et Beal M'Clouth in ' Rural New Yorker.' % Believing that tho labouring olass aro tho healthiest, and knowing thr»b many who are nick would exchr-ngo all thoy pocsoss for health, I havo written to encourage all clasoes, both rich and poor, old and young, to spend as much timo an is consistent with tiieir ennaKemontB in tho open air. Don't 'hide your face from the ploasanb sunshine, for it alone will bring the colour to your cheeks. Now, I hear somebody sr.y, just I like all other country womon, hasn't any I prido. Very well, have it as you please 1 I j remember only too well my childhood days j when the big sun-bonnet was a constant j burden, in which I was obliged to envelop my head or remain in the house. But as I grow older I concluded a brown colour waa better than non?, and bo goiug baro-headod, com bined with out-door employment, has given mo bettor health than I ever dared to hope I should enjoy. The care of poultry the year through, is the most rem...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EPIGRAMS. TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 May 1880

EPIGRAMS. TO DEATH. Habbh dealings at thy hands do all men seek, Or seem to seok, who speak but ill of thoo ; Death, I thy same with praiso shall ovor speak— Thou canst afford to give long lifo to me. TUUTH. ' Truth dwells in wolls.' How old tradition For iruth dwells not (in wella, but in my lady's oyes 1 Yet should you for tho fablo still feel ruth, I'll call thom eyea no more, but merely wells of trath. to rours. Whon you' vb contrived in language wondrous terse Into ono epic some high tliome to or.'im, Take myadvico, burn all your ragged verse — Expand it all into an opigram.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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BESIDE LOVE'S BIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 May 1880

BESIDE LOYE'S BIER.' Met camo and wondorod, when ho died, And stood with wet eyes by lii3 bior. ' Wo never dreamed,' somo wildly oried, ' That Lovo could die, ho was bo doar Some only looked awhilo and sighed, Than wnnh tlir.ir wnv : t.bov liad no tear. One nioanod : -( I'vo waudorod far and near, And sought for Lore, and would havo died For his sweet sake, — I find him hero.' Another kissed Ids cold, whito brow : ' Farewell,' ho oried. ' ( Thou wilt not movo, Eternal slumber holds theo now ; No rosurreotion oomo3 for Love I But one who stood apart a paco, Drow near him gontly. ' Love,' said ho, Ho nevor truly know thy faca, Who saw theo dead, nor died with theo.'

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAITING AND WAITING. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

WAITING AND WAITING. One evening, about ton years ago, I wus sitting in my ohoorless, unhomoliko hotel parlour, when a letter was handed mo bear ing the postmark of a remote little village among tho Connecticut hills. I had been there onco, long years before, and as I took tho letter, a waft from tho breezy hills and fragrant woods swept over the remombor ance, causing again the thrill of ploasure with which I first welcomed them. I opened tho letter; tho writing was familiar. I glanced at tho signature. It was teat or my oia eonego irieuu, x ump Rodent. I shut my eyes thon and thought awhile. Tho tido of my memory was too strong for mo ; I had to let it float me away. Twenty-six years beforo Phil and I had clasped bandB over our farowoll ; ho to finish his medical studies abroad, I to enter tho Theological Seminary. And now I was an old man, with failing health, and ho the physician of tho quaiut littlo village whoro we had onco idled away our summer vaca tion, with many a jest at ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Nobelist. DENIS DEVINE THE AUSTRALIAN GIL BLAS, CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

[?] .DENIS DEVINE: I' THE AUSTRALIAN GIL BLAS, I BY GROSVENOR EUMSTEE, ; , Author of 'Mark Felton,' ' He Wins Who Waits,' ' Abel Bradley,' §c. , cj'c. f1 CHAPTER IX. . , Tmrs,t thon, for -tho momonfc woro my nero's views oast to the winds. It must bo „admittod that tho method and maunor of : ' ' thoir annihilation was nob ungratoful ; and that, for tho timo being;, tho senae of loving ' and being loved was superior to that of ambition. But by-and-byo, when alone, and tho lad lay in tho tont which Luke ' ; v used to ingeniously construot around tho waggon in which tho littlo company : * . travelled, the old desiro caino strong upon him. Ho dotorminod to pormit no induco \ 1.;... c ? A ™ j™* lurago n. -? ouo will soon I- forget, ' ho umttored ; ' and in a month or ;? 60 will laugh as gaily as ovor.' With this i ho foil asleep. So does that admirable selfishness of youth sustain it. Jlad he soon tho young girl's faoo as sho lay awako that night, a happy smile illu . ming it, her violet...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Poetry. MY SAILOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

[?] ' ? ? ? -I I . MY SAILOR. . He ant at my nido on that eastern liill, My.bravo, sweot lad with tho gold-lit hair, Aud gazed nt tho vouaols whioh Doomed to fill ? Tho tippling breadth ol tlio harbour thoro. Tho blaok-hulled vossola from ovor tho aoa, '? Tho whito-sailod vousels thnt oomo nnd wont, ' I am going to flail away !' said lie, ' To sail some day to ray heart's ooutont. 'I shall soo tho waving of southland palms, Tho dark, fioi'co front!) of tho iooborgs tall, and gnthor tho grapes in my ontstrotohod arms. walk.' Thon lie di'ow my hand from bouoath his chin, And trailed my fingurs aoross liia lips — a . ' Yoa, wo both shall sail from this town of ! Lynn, In ono of thoso staunch old blsok-prowod sliipa.' So one summoi' oveniug his ship gut sail, ; And floated oil in tbo twilight Rrlna ; I heaped up tho vessel with blossoms palo, * And wept, tlmt I could not follow him. And I oannot say that ho eoou tho palms, Nor ioy walls, that ho longed to boo ; ' Bat I know ho sailed in...

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 — 3 June 1880

; ©lie &lcf(ra|Ij : GENBTi^|li ^PRINTING OFfJlbB Kinghorn-street, Nowra, Shoalliaven. 1 ? nnillD oxtonsivo circulation securoil for The Telegraph throughout Shoalhavon and tto JL South Co.ist, renders it of spouial value as an advertising medium. Tlio OfTico is vo;)lota with PLAIN AND FANCY TYPE, BORDERS, and ORNAMENTS, which onablo tlio proprio'tor to oxiouto work in a stylo oqual to any offlco in tho colony, with . tho utmost accuracy and dosi'oteh. . .. : ; The Telegraph is publisfiod^ovory THURSDAY Morning, at six o'clock, and forwarded to ???' all ] arts oi' tho eolonios. \ \ ^ TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. . : : Yoarly, in advatico. . . . . .S i . . . . ? ? ? ? ? ? £10 0 Half-yoarly, in ndvanco,. A . ? 010 G ; .^ v: ?'Quartoi'ly,''iu''.udvuuco . ....'. . ? ? ? ? ? 0 5 6 Ou ciodit, por quartor ? o 6 0 All accounts rondoroil quarterly. ,Th:i quai'tiri tormi i-ito on, tho -'ilst iravoh, 30th Juno, 30th, Soptomhor, and 31st Docoznber , at wliic'a pjr.odi only can subscribors deol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

Tiec Man who VonU 01 Iinoits -V. 111 1 i\ do. an :iuiitatioii;nr emmtorfoit of:, a uopu ir 'inoiliciual:, cordial drunk by thousiiTids, knowtir: «hit lie \end-. 01 nnpoit- to be 1 pa in, ou article;, dosorvos summary punishment.;, 13ewar : '???if soii'alled tonics a. id diuretics rocomiiionde l a; lutter taau or .- cho same us Udolplio. Wnlhn-;: .-ic'.ne lam iiAvomatic! .-?fjtlinn.ppvj and-.fpamilia »'v - lone lnif tlio:gonuino .-propiiratioii.rj-Anv.-.-- ? ! Holm) way's Pills.— -Hiiteeblod :I5xistoni;o. - ? t'liis modicino ombracos ovprv. attribute ro in roil iu a general aud domo-,tio-reinolv, 'it nv.-i'iiru1 the; foundations. of iliseaso lajd\by,:dofeefc'.vo.fi .o:1.i mil iinnuro lir. Iu ob .truet o-is or coar I 01 ot the liver, lungs bowels, or a-iv other orua )- i those Pills are espociaUysorvicoabloaudoinmontlv : sucee isl id. , . L'hey should . bo .rkopt in: roa hne :in ivorv fauiilv. boing a modicino ot ineoni 'ai nible utility for vouug porsons, ospoc:alljv:,tho::e o., foob...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

? Rf - O' T ' I C E V rjmi3 ACCOUNTS in connection with this J'* - Journal aro NOW ISSUED, arid'the Pro prietor desires iho favour of an EARLY ADJUSTMENT. Tho Subscription Accounts, in Gomo cases, covor a period of thirteen months, boimr from tho 27th February, 1879, to March' 3 1st last, bo as to bring the torin to tally with tho quarters of tho year. To Our Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not receiving tlioir paper regularly, will oblige by promptly communicating the fact to tho pro prietor, at tho office of this paper. ' S3' Meeting's to be Ifieltl. Torrara L.O.L. meets Friday, Juno. 11, at 7.30 p.m. Tho Crystal Spring Division, Sons ofTompor ance, meotatTomporanco Hall, Torrara, Tues ??:??????? day, 15th June, at 7.30 p.m. ^ ,? Good Tomplav's Lodge moots at Nowra- on Thursday, Juno 10, at 7.30 p.m. ®elrpi$fr, ANp ; , BBOA LJIA VEN AD VERTISER. Published every .Thursday Klornins , THURSDAY. JUNE 3, 1S80.

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The Highway Cow. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

The Highway c\w\'* Tire hue of hor hido was dusky brown, ' Her body .wus loan and luir iiouk w\s slim, Oau liorn tiirnod ii]) and tlio other turned. down,. Sho was keen of vision anil long of limb ; Willi 11 Itomun noso and rsliort stump tail, AmVribs liko tho hoopsof a lioau-in ulo p.iil. Many a mark did hnr old body woar ; -.-?.- Sho bail-boon a target for all things known ; Ou inany a' scur tlio dusky hair : ; . . .. ? . . ? .'..Would grow no moro whoro onco it hiul i grown : ' Many a passionate,' parting shot: 1 Had left upon lier a lasting spot. - Nfany and many a well-uiinod stono, Many a brickbat of goodly size, And many a cudgul, swiltly thrown, ? Ilud brought the tears V)hor b.-viiip_0y03 ;. : Or hud bounded off from l\or bony hteli, With a noiso liko 11 sound of. a rifle crack. . ^ 1 \ ? \ ? ? Many 11 day hud sho passed lb the^poundv Fin- helping horsolt to horiloighbuur'.s-corn. ., ?Many a cowardly cur mid hoifnd ? , Hud boon transfixed on lior iruniplod horn ; -Many -11 ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

. Commercial MitelliKcncc. ' [l?Y ELECTKIO TELEGRAPH.] Flour, ill 10s per ton; housohold, £10 10s{: 'seconds,' £9' 10s; Income hav, £3 10 s to '£3 -158; second qnohtv. £2 10s to £-3 ? ' inforior, 25s to 35s ;- Warrnamijool potatoes ? £2 5s'to £2 10s ; onions, £2 15s to £3;. maizo; 2-s : per 'Wshel ; butter, in keg, Is per; lb : 'egirsi , ls9d:to 2s per dozen; bacon. 3d to 7d per lb; cheese, 2d to 8d; hams, lOd per lb ; fowI«, 3s per pair; ducks, 3s 6d to 4s ; goose, 7s ; cock turkeys, 14s; hon do, 7s por pair.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fair Politicians. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

,1 ' ^ - 1 r ?: Fa i iv Politicians. Tur. London corresp ndent of the ,S. 'A. Register, t writing oiu^tho g ^nenil^electiou. ?8ny8.-s-r'.SAlbug-.!with'.tho-'-fcinnd'.-prription-.olTi Nonconformity; nnd^i'e'pnblicatioiifi^, -which-' ihas distinguished tlTo election uiust be.- noted tlio appearanco of a bevy of' fair politicians, who Have uielded 'their slender spears on the hustings with 111 ukeil success .The o\amplo ot Lady Ttainsay, at LiveipoolJ and Lady Pm tsniouth, at- Dai'iistaple, has found many * imitatois iiinong candidates' ' wives Soveral of'tle nijbave takon part openly in the canvass * ami othei s havo woiked.not li'RS'effee.taally in tho back-ground.';- Lady HaKOUit -an Ainei ( in, b\-tho waj — rwiillced at tl(ie'. head of --Sir William's 'pro- c s-ion at .Oxford. ? Lti(ly Majofibnnks -was at lier liusbaud's si^le-rfnit.hrouglKtho' severe contest in. B 'rwildc1sliirei^1Mr^!jrGcladstouo graced nearly every ii.latforni: 111 Midlotliian on whirli lier disfing iis'ied spou...

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"COONSKIN." [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

' COONSKIN.' ' I A rASSEHOKn train which left Lansing. | poming east had among tho passengers n 8 plain-faoed,fleuflible-lookinggirl about twenty | years of age, and a tbin-waisted, uiohly- | looking yonng man a yoar or two older. No 1 one weald havo miauuated that they weis | eloping had not the yonng man naked the | conductor if thoro was n olergyman on tho J train. There waa none, and tha young man 1 explained to the passengers around him that | ho was in a bad fix. JIo had como down p from Bath townBhip in a bnggy, and he waa | quite sure that the girl's father would tako ' | uimui xunu uuwu i-u vmuugu t/UUUMUli, ? » and thoro board the Lansing train and raise | a row. He waa not mnoh on a row, but yet § ho loved the girl, and they wero bound to ' § many. If the old man oame alone he g thonght ho could bluff him off, but if hia two r | big aonB oame along the scale wonld be- | turnod. He thoreforo wanted to know of a I man wearing a red woollen shirt aud ooon- i skin cap if he w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Laurels without a Stain. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

Kiaurefls without a Slain. Tiii^J'norinns or succcssrcL scrcxor.. Wiiev eriTor has the prestigo of centuries of snprenihev it is a formidalde antagonist for even tlnnnost determined and enlightened champion oHi^forui, and if; over there was a fovih, of errm; which died hard, it was much'oTXtlic ohTst'liool of medical treatment. FEolloway, by a rational and triumphant. theory,.', which has been illustrated 'by tho salvation of thousands of lives, has fairly converted millions who were imbued .with | ideas of old medical precedents, to concur in 1 acknowledging the groat corrective proper ties possessed by his two fanions remedies. ???- Everywhere: in South America these two irresistible medicaments are displacing all others. The other dav : wo asked a well known merchant, who always keeps- a supply 011 hand for fnniily use, what constituted the difference between Professor Hollowav's medicines and those usually proscribed by tho faculty. Senor,' ? said -he, -smiling. - V the diiferon...

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Musical and Literary Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

I Musical and titerary Entertainment. An outortannnont was givon at the Soliool-room, Pyrco, oil tho night of Monday last, in aid of tho prizo fund of tho Public School of that place. Mr. John Monaghan, J.P., onoof tho retiring Local Board, occupied the chair. Tho weather was anything but propitious. Rain foil in heavy showers in that part of tho district, wo are informed, during tho day. Tho roads wero sloppy, the night moonlossnnd cloudy, witn rain falling. Yet tho building was crowdod in ovory (mil. a»uiu uiuu ,-uiwih uiu (.HHuruuimiuni, openeu, which must bo takon as substantial evidonco of tho popularity of Mr. Richardson as a toachor, and of the interest that is takon in tho school work by both parents and children. Aftor n few preliminary observations by tho chairman, tho following will givo somo idoa of tho programme of proceedings, for though sougs, recitations, otc., woro familiar to tho writor, tho titlos bore givon may not bo in each instanco correct : — Song, ' Wo parte...

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Influence of Parent upon Off-spring. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

. Influence of Pareait upon flMiT-spriug. {Anurican Aijrieulturist.J |-Masy and dilferent views havo boon held upon the rolativo. infiuonco of parents upon their I offspring ; but in ;uiodfiri! times, tlio ilis'i.us i sion of this question date from the pubjica j:tiou;of a.niimbor of prizo essays, writtun 011 I tlio i following . subjoct : — ;Wliethof tho I -.breeds of livu-stock connected with- agricul ture be susceptible of the greatest iniprovo 1 nient from tlio qualities conspicuous in the I male, or from those conspicuous in the | feiiiale parent.' This was iu 1852, and the | prizes were;givmi;bv the Highland Agrioul I tural Soi.-ietv of Scotland ; tlio essays, wholly, or in part, appearing in tlie, transactions ol. this old society.1 Tlio claims of one of those writds, can bo briefly .stated in his own words. 'Any hypothesis . whioh would ? assign a superiority, or set limits to the: influence; of , either sex: in tlio: product of; igenoration, is uiisouiid. and inadmissilde.'...

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Shoalhaven Police Court. NOWRA, TUESDAY, MAY 25. (Before Messrs Z.G. Bice, B. Brown, John Glanville, H. G. Morton and Donald M'Lean) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

Slioalliavcu J'oliec Coairt. ; Nowra, Tuesday, May 25. (Before Messrs.1 Z. G. Bico, B. Brown, John Glanvillei H. G.Morton, and Donald M'Loan.) ' Patrick Kolly, 'a .young man, in custody, was charged with two offoncos, being drunk iii Kingliorri-street. Nowra, oil tho moniing of tho 2oth instarit, tiiul making ii'so of obscene lan guage at' tlio siVtrib timo and place; Ho pleadod 'guilty, and was fined as for tho first offence, and 20s for the second, with tho 'alternative' of- 24 hours' and 1.4 days' in tho lock-up, in default of payment of fines. Tho iinos woro subsequently paul. ? ? ..., ? ? - ? — Brennan, naVis-Cuminiugs, pleaded guilty to a clinrgo preferred against . hiin by ponstablb Brayno, of having niado use of obscono lan guage'; at' Torrafii^im the loth' instant, and lie was fined A).- with cost--, wlncli ^unis woro paid. William Hogan failed tb apjieaivto a.ehaige of drunkonnuMs, and a warrant was issued for his apprehension. .. . ???. j : ? : ? .'Patrick llogau pleaded ...

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Starting a Paper. A STORY OF TWO OF AMERICA'S CLEVEREST HUMORISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

, Starting- a Paper. A STORY OF TWO OF AMERICA'S CLEVEREST ; HUMORISTS. -? ??? » ('From the St. Louis Republican. J It was nearly twenty years ngo whon Dan De Quill 0 and Mark Twain attempted to start a I paper, in tho Mendocino county. ?? Thoy took the typo and material of thoir recently-defunct newspaper establishment in San Francisco, and loading tho stuff on a big waggon, struok out into the countrv . to retriovo 'thoir'- fortune. Thoy packed thoir typo as it stood in tho forms,, tiod up tho articles with stout cords , bv;;a- pro- cess well known -to -printors,:and packing thom closely in boxes, vowod to establish' a- news paper somewhere which would be tho loading, exponent of politics and history: of the; Pacific, coast. Hud not an unfortunate circumstance taken place it is ourlent that the newspaper which they contemplated .founding - would have, beon alivo to-day. Their jomnov over the mountains was uttorly uneventful until tliov. reached Simpson's station, a spot well known...

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

Shoulhavcii Shiiiiunj Intelligence. EXPORTS. For Illnwarm, Cnjitnin Gnnlo, on the a;tli Mny, lftSO.— To 8vd&ey : 200 piocea timber, 167 kcgi butter, f- 1 bapn maize, 0 plg8, 2 calves, -1 bags leather, 33 cheese.'*, 1 hide, 3 btigs oysters, 10 coopH poultry,- 11 bajrs bacon, 7 cases cpg.^i 8 baskcts'fish. 2 kanmirooa» 2 baskets wild ducks, 2 eases mudries, 1 bundle wila ducks, and sundries. To Kiamn : -19 pics, 31 bavrs maize, 2 empty casks, 13 bag? potatoes, 1 empty keg. To 'AVollon- gong : 8 bags maize, 2 bap* hides. Per IUawarra, Captum Garde, on the 31st May, lSSft.— To Sydney : 48 ba^a maize, 10 pips, 35 cheeses* 6 baps bags, 4 packages leather, 0 bags bacon, 1 case egffs, 1 case honey, 1 tide, 1 coop poultry. 1 cask butter, 12 wallabies, 11 baskets ' flph, 1 bag Ash, and sundries. To Kiamn : 20 baps maize, 3 pig*, 3 choeees. ? To Wollongong : 38 bags maize, 2 noracs.

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