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Rescuing from Poundage. A WARNING TO OWNERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 28 October 1893

Rescuing from' Poundage A WARNING TO OWNERS. At the Shoalhaven Police Court on Tuesday (before Messrs. Nisbett, P.M., Bice and Glanville, Js.P.), Alfred Doyle was charged by William Grady with illeg ally rescuing a horse lawfully seized by complainant for the purpose of being im pounded. Plaintiff deposed that he found a horse belonging to defendant trespassing on portion of his 400 acres of land at 'Yalwal at 3 p.m. on the 14th October, near his homestead. The horse was in a grass paddock. He sent a boy to tell defendant if he did not remove the horse he would impound it. The boy returned without having seen defendant, but he saw Schadel, defendant's brother-in-law, who told him he would send a man for the horse, but up to 7 or 8 o'clock next morn ing the horse had not been removed. Plaintiff caught the horse, put a halter on. it, and told his boy (named Coote) to take the horse to the Nowra pound. By the P.M. : He had seen defendant, but did not speak to him about the horse. He as...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Obituary. MR. GOODALL JACKSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 28 October 1893

Obituary. MR. GOODALL JACKSON. On Thursday of last week Mr. G. Jackson, of Nowra, received word of the death of his eldest son, Mr. W. H. G. Jackson at Bourke. From the first in formation to hand, it was thought that the young man had died from measles, as it was known a week previously that he was suffering from the prevailing- epidemic. Copies of Bourke papers, however, since received show that had the measles been the only trouble deceased undoubtedly would have recovered ; but congestion of the lungs, brought on by influenza some time ago, became strongly developed, and, being unable to fight the enemy, deceased succumbed in the arms of his brother, Mr. Harvey Jackson, at 6.30 a.m. on Thursday. Both the Bourke papers contain lengthy notices of the death of de ceased, who was highly respected at that place, and had a large circle of friends. He was only 24 years of age, and was engaged to be married at the end 'of the year. He had fulfilled the position of fore man of the composi...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Australia's Backbone. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 28 October 1893

Australia's Baoktone. Greater than Agrioulture, greater than Manufactures, greater even than the Gold yield, is the wool clip, » staple of Aus tralia's solvency. The blade of the shearer makes a quiker mintage tbaii tno reaping machine of the farmer or the pick of the miner, and the shnuring machinery lately invented and proved to be good, will increase the total clip by reducing the waste of fleece to a minimum. Of all tho men who handle the wool in the passage from tho sheep's buck to the weaving loom, the broker or other middle man has tho best time of it. To eveiy body elne concerned it means labor falls to the shearer. Tho constant stooping, which aids the rough food of the shearing shed in its work of producing kidney disease, the danger of wounds from the too rapid shearing hand and of poison from thorns on the fleece, make the shearer's life more than an arduous on«. He has all the worst of life in the bush with a great deal of the insanitary sur roundings of the town ; ther...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 28 October 1893

Tuberculosis in Cattle. A STATEMENT BY INSPECTOR SYMOK& The following remarks, applicable Iierciis elsewhere, were tmlxxlied in a report on dairies within the Nuiuha Municipal District submitted liy Vcteriiiaiy Inspector Symons to tlie- Board of Health, copy of which report was read at the last meeting of the Numlia Council : — Tlie report yearly furnishod to your department is visually published in the ? Nowra Colonist,' and my being aware of this fact has prompted me in making n. few remarks, in as plain a way us. possible, that may be beneficial both iti furtherance of the aims of my inspection, viz., the public health, and also to the dairy farmer or breeder. ? Little' ^notice n««d he taken of any disease affecting .cattle in this neigh bourhood, other thin that of tuber culosis, known locally as 'Coast Cough,' .'. Lumpy Jaw ' and, by a few, *'? Consumption. .'?; and those few persons naming it such, although fully realizing the dreadness of the disease in human l-eings,...

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MRS. RICHARD SOLWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 28 October 1893

MRS. RICHARD SOLWAY. We regret io have to record the death of Mrs. Solway, the wife of Mr. Sol way, of Nowra Hill. Sirs. Solway was ill only one week, and died on Wednesday last of pneumonia. She was a very old resi dent of the district, as also is her husband, and was well known and much esteemed by neighbours for her kind and benevolent disposition. ? She was a most affectionate mother, and was strongly attached to her family, several of whom are grown up and occupy respectable positions in society. In all the deceased had led an exemplary life. She was a consistent member of the Roman Catholic Church, and the large cortege that followed the remains to the place of interment at the Roman Catholic cemetery on Thursday was sufficient evi dence of the esteem in which the deceased was held by a large circle of friends and acquaintance. Much sympathy is ex pressed for Mr. Solway and family in tiieir bereavement.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Shoaliaven Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 28 October 1893

Shoaliaven Electorate. The boundaries of the five registration divisions within the Shoalhaven eieotorate, as defined by proclamation in the 'Govern ment Gazette ' of Saturday last, are as understated : — DERBY DIVISION. Embracing part of the electoral district of Shoalhaven : Starting on the eastern boundary of the electoral district on the shores of the ocean' at the mouth of the Shoalhaven River; and bounded thence by that river upwards to the western boun dary of Edward Wolston Croft's 4,000 acres ; thence' by part of that boundary northerly and by the southern boundaries of Alexander Berry's portions (2) of 640 acres each, parish of Bunberra westerly, and by part of , the eastern boundary of Richard Mutton's 1,280 acres northerly, and its northern boundary and the north ern boundary of portion 32 westerly to the western boundary, of the parish of Bun berra ; thence by that boundary generally northerly to the boundary of the electoral district of Shoalhaven; thence by that bound...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 28 October 1893

^jjFi.qn.tuNE i _ Foit the tf.etii as DRftATU— ;A lew drops of tho ' liqui ' Floriline ' sprinkled on u wet tooth brush produces a pleasant lather, whic thoroughly clonnsoa the teeth from all pai aBitOB or impurities, hardens the gunii prercnts tarter, stops decay, gives to th teeth a peculiar pearly-whiteness, and delightful fragrance to the breath. 3 removes all unpleasant odour rising fro- decayed teeth or tobacco smoke. 'Th Fragrant Florilino' being composed i parts of Honey and sweat herbs, is dc liciouB to the tasto, and the greatest toile discovery of the age. Price 2s Cd, of al Chemistsand Perfumer*. Wholesale depc 33, Farringdon Road, London, England One Box of Clarke's B 41 Pills i warranted to cure all discharges fror the Urinary Organs, in either sex (acqui- ei J or constitutional), Gravel and Pains in th It Back. Guaranteed free from Mcrcurv Sold in Boxes 4s. 6d. eacli, by allChomist ^ and Patent Medicine Vendors throughou the World. Proprietors : The Lincoli and Midlan...

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 4 November 1893

Srief Mention. Shoalhaven district crioketers at Vfolloii gong to-day. New bankrupt. John Brown, hotel keeper, of Cambeivarra. Samples of silk from Now Italy, Rich mond River, have peon liigh)y_ recom mended at the Chicago World's Fair. Mr. John Ramsay, a native of Wollon gong, died last week at Bulli, aged C9 lie was educated rb an orphan at Liverpool. The return railway fares, Sydney to Melbourne, for tho V.R.C. race meeting up to Friday next, are £5 f-s 6d firet-class, £4 Is second-class. Thos. J. M. Hogan has been committed for trial by the Balliua Bench on a charge of forging a cheque for £3 on his mother's account at the Commercial Bank. We most heartily recommend Wolfe's Schnapps as a pure invigorant, good alike for men, women, and even infants. It tones and braces up the system and aids digestion,. One pound orders arc placed under the labels of many of the largo bottles. To secure the genuine article buy a whole bottle, and don't be imposed on by imitations. Wolfe's Schnapp...

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Butter Export Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 4 November 1893

' Butter Esport Trade A meeting, convened by Mr. H. Oke (secretary of the Bengelala Dairy Co.) ?was held yesterday afternoon at Fimister's Hotel, Nowra, to consider the proposal to discontinue the Jd per lb. contribution on butter for export purposes, and for the farmers themselves to take the risk of export. Some 13 gentlemen were present, and Mr. David Hyam occupied the chair. Mr. H. Sinclair, manager of the Bengelala Company, moved — 'That, in the opinion of this meeting, it would be to the best interests of the dairy farmer to discontinue the contribution of the $d per lb. now being collected on butter for export purposes ; and that, in lieu of the same, the Dairy Farmers' Export Association be authorised to export any quantity of their (the farmers') butter not to exceed 25 per cent, of the whole pro duction, any profit or loss accruing to the farmers themselves.' Mr. H. Head seconded, and Messrs. Wm. Kennedy, James Monaghan,. John Lomond, L. A. Mclntyre, Hugh Boyd, C. Moffitt,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 4 November 1893

'HEATING'S POWDHB' destroys BI/GS, FLEAS, MOTHS, BEETLES.and all other insects, whilst quite harmless to domesticanimals. In exterminating Beetles tho success of this ponder is extraordinary. It is perfectly clean in application. See the article you purchase is 'KEATING'S ', as imitations are noxious and ineffectual, Sold in Tins, 6d, Is, and 2s 6d each, by all chemists. . The Best Remedy for Indigestion — Norton's Camomile Pills are confidently recommended as a Simple Remedy for In digestion, which is the cause of nearly all the diseases to which we are subject. Koutos's Pills, with justice called the 'Natural Strengthenor of tho Human Stomach,' act as a powerful tonic and gentle aperient, are mild in their operation, mid safe under any circumstance. Sold in bottles, at Is lid., 2s. 9d., 11s., by all Medicine Vendors throughout the world. Advice to Mothers — Are you broken in your rest by a bick child suffering with the pain of cutting teeth ! Go at once to a chemist and get a bott...

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Berry Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 4 November 1893

Berry Items. A number of new Buildings, chiefly residences, .are going up in and about the town of Berry. Wilson and Co's. new store, a commodious structure with hand some facade, is now- occupied ; and a brick building near by is in course of erection , for Mr. E. Whiteman. A nicely finished s cottage residence for Mr. H. O. Marshall, solicitor, opposite the snowgrouna, on the north-west side, is ready for occupancy. The kerbing and guttering in front of Lambert's Commercial Hotel has been completed. It forms a notable improve ment to tliat part of the street. - : v, .The railway 'export of farm produce from Berry station on Thursday last was unusually large.: . Dr. Lewers Iia3 again settled down energetically to practice after his recent spell. Mr. Philip Morton's special address to be delivered here on ' Land Values and the Single Tax,' as promised in his political speech on Wednesday evening, . will be awaited with much interest. Mrs, J. G. Lambert is reported to be recovering f...

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Things to Remember By. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 4 November 1893

Things to Remember By. If a groat fortune were unexpectedly loft rao (and it would bo unexpected) I'll wager aiiy thing that I should never forget the time or place where I first heard of it. Or if I should go home to-night and find (which God forbid) my house burned up, and everything in it, I'm equally certain tint the main circumstances connected with the evunt would stick in ray memory until all the Past's pictures fade out in the light of the life that is to be. 'Twould bo the same with you, I fancy 1 Yes. And here comes a woman who will not soon forget the mouth of December, 1890. It is not because Christmas cornea in that month, for it is what she lost, not what was given her, that makes that particular lime stand out above other times. And what she lust was her health, a matter worth talking about, as 0110 never can tell uhen he may bo more interested in that subject than in politics or the price of provision's. . She says her illness began with nausea. She could keep nothin...

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Mr. Philip H. Morton, M.L.A., at Berry. A UNANIMOUS VOTE OF CONFIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 4 November 1893

Mr. Philip H. Morton, M.L.A., at Berry A UNANIMOUS VOTE OF CON FIDENCE. Mr. Philip H. Morton, M.P. for Shoal haven, addressed a - largely-attended meeting of his constituents in the School of Arts hall at Berry on Wednesday evening last. The assemblage was a most orderly one, and the member had an excellent neanng, oeing receivea tnrougn oufc the eveniiig with marked manifesta tions of cordiality. Mr. Lewis Mclntyre, J.P., was voted to the chair, on the motion of Mr. A. J. Colley, J.P., seconded by Mr. T. M. Jones. Among those present we noticed Dr. Lewers, J.P., Rev. L. Parr, Alderman Boyd, J.P., Alderman J. W. Sproule, Alderman S. Sproule, Messrs. C. Robin son, J.P., James Stewart, H.L.Lovegrove, H. O. Marshall, Jolui Ewing, James Smith, Jos. Mathers, John Stewart, John Thorburn, jun., J. W. Wiley, W. Wood, F. Towers, E. Courtney, J. Robertson, John Mathers, T. McLay, D. Courtney, A. Foster, and many others, together with a number of ladies. The chairman, in opening the proceed- ?...

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RETRRNCHMENT IN THE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 4 November 1893

RKTRKXCIIMEKT INTHK ClIURCII. At the present time when, according to some recent correspondence in one of the Sydney dailies, not only the lay portion of the community but even clergymen are feeling the pinch, the following American expedient to moot the difficulty may not in certain cases lie without its value : — In one country in Kansas, says a contemporary, where the**1 hard timos' are very severely felt, the members of all religious de nomiations have ' pooled their issues,' and are setting together upon a com mon basis, discharging surplus pastors, and contenting themselves with a minimum of church privileges. At the country seat some seven denominations have combined and selected by vote the most popular of the seVen clergymen as their pastor, with tho understanding that he is to entirely ignore doctrinal topics in his pulpit ministrations. The six discharged pastors have accepted the issue with entire good feeling, possibly on the ground that it is better for one man to be w...

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Jindiandy Dairy Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 4 November 1893

Jindiandy Dairy Company The half-yearly meeting of this company was held on Tuesday night last. About 20 persons were present including 16 share holders. Mr. Gerrad Armstrong, chairman of the Board of Directors, presided. Minutes of the previous half-yearlv meet ing were adopted on motion by Mr. Jas. Pollock. THE BALANCE SHEET. Mr. John Gibson, Secretary, presented the balance sheet which showed that the results for the past half-year had been very satisfactory. The suppliers had re ceived for their milk the best average during the time of any other factory on the South Coast, in fact, with the excep tion of one .other, this factory was the best in the colony. After the sheet had been read the chairman asked if any of those present had any questions to ask, but there was no response. He then moved that the report and balance-sheet be adopted, which morion was seconded by Mr. D. Barron, and carried unanimously. ELECTION OF DIRECTORS. Messrs. Jas. Pollock and David Barron, the retirin...

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THE STERILISING, OR YEAST SYSTEM OF BUTTER-MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 4 November 1893

THE STERILISING, O& YEAST srSTEM OF BOTTER-MAKING. Among other means which our enter prising neighbors in Victoria are taking to secure a uniform and improved quality of butter is that of pasteurising tho cream, or in other words, destroy ing the living germs natural to the milk. This, it is claimed, will increase the keeping qualities of the butter and secure a good flavor. But the Danes go further than this in their efforts to keep at the head of the dairying indus try. They are purposely cultivating a kind of germ for putting into the cream to impart to the butter a pleasanter aroma than it would have in its natural state. In doing this Professor Hansen, of Copenhagen, has been -especially engaged, and has pro ? duced a ferment that is now being generally usrd in the Danish butter 'factories. This ferment may be used either, after the cream has been pas teurised (or sterilized) or used with it in its natural state ; hut the best re : suits n-ro said to be obtained by the ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 4 November 1893

Brief Mention. Mayor Beatson, of Wollongong, intends to visit Ireland early next year. Mr. lit. S. Love, the Cooma Police Magistrate, is appointed to Dubbo. Great Britain is about to build three war ships unequalled in the world. The Czar is increasing the Russian army by calling out 150,000 men. President Carnot declares that the Franco-Russian entente cordiale will ensure the peace of Europe. The United States maize crop this year is abundant, the yeild being estimated at 1,809,000,000 bushels. To-day's 'Sydney Mail' has a good portrait of Mr. Geo. C. K. Waldroii, the new City (Sydney) solicitor. A candidate who is out for Bcga says ho looks upon free-trade and protection as a ' stocking horse.' The Victorian Government intends send ing Mr. D. Wilson, tho dniry axpert,' to India, to establish an export trade in but ter. Australian horses to the number of 1535 are to be purchased during next year for re-mounts in the Indian military service The Customs collections at Sydney for Oct...

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Oocasional Gleaings. ADULTERATION OF MILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 4 November 1893

' Oocasional G-leaaing'S. [By Auquis.] ADCLTRRATION OF MILE. Is tho presence of water in milk, as ohown by a chemical analysis, a certain proof that such water has been added to the milk ? Such, I believe, is the general opinion among dairymen, but from a case tried last month in one of the London courts it would appear to bo not infallibly so. Geary, a sanitary Inspector, summoned one Norman for having adulterated his milk l-y having watered it to the extent of 6 or 7 per cent., as shown hy nn analysis of Pro fessor Stokes. The defendant denied the charge, and stated that the milk was just as it came from the cows. At a subsequent milking a witness was present who saw the milk sent straight away to be analysed by Mr. Lloyd, who . returned a certificate time tlm milk showed 0 per cent, of added water. Afterwards it was urranged that Mr. Lloyd himself should see tho cows milked and take a sample witli him. This was clone and showed S per cent. of water. Mr. Lloyd in his ?evidence Eta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 4 November 1893

BUSINESSES AND PROFESSIONS ADVERTISED IN THIS JOURNAL. Abraham, J.S., Laboratory. Sydney Australian Drug Co., Limited, Sydney Australian Widows' Fund Life Assur ance Society, Ltd. Bond, J. E., storekeeper, Nowra Boot, W., Sydney Bowring, C. A., piano tuner, Sydney Briscoc, Drysdalo & Co., Sydney. Bryant and May, merchants, London. Crown Moleskin Trousers Co., London Clements, F. M., Sydney Clarke, T., commission agent, Sydney Clarke, Son, and Platt, London, Eng land Columbian Land Dist. Co. , Sydney Dixson & Sons, merchants, Sydney Domestic Kerosene Oil Co. Denham Brothers, com. agents, Sydney Elliott Brothers, Ltd., Sydney Elyard, W. R., Nowra Equitable Building Society, Brisbane (Queensland) Foley.Bros., com. agents, Sydney Foster's Ale and Stout Fowler John, and Co., Engineers, Sydney Freeman S. and Sons, Sydney Graham, C, storekeeper, Nowra Hielman, A., storekeeper, Nowra . Head Henry, storekeeper, Cambowarra Hotel Metrppole, Sydney ' Hplloway's Pills & O...

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SHOALHAVEN DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 4 November 1893

SHOALHAVEN DIRECTORY. / District Government Surveyor. — Mr. J. W. Daericg. Clerk of Petty Sessions, Land Agent, &c— Mr. J. M. Shoahan. -District Registrar in Dankruptcy.— Mr. J. H. Nisbett, P.M., Nowra. -? Mining Warden.— Mr. J. L. King, J.P. .'? ' Local Land Board.— Messrs. A. O. Moriarty (chairman), Z. G. Bice, and L. Mclntyre, Js.P. Government Medical OfHjors.— J. P. Brereton, J.P.,Tcrara. T isoBsLewers, Berry. Inspector of Public SohooU— Mr. Hugh D. McLelland, B.A. Office : Nowra. St. J ohn's Ch urch of England, No wra. — Rev. E. Wootton, B.A.; Rev. F. J. Dillon, Catechist— Berry, Rev. Luke Parr. Presbyterian Church, Nowra. — Rev. J. E. Bruce, M.A.; assistant, Mr. Alex. Robertson. Berry, Eev. B. N. McLean. . Wesleran Church, Nowra. — Bar. B. W. T. Pincombe.— Berry, Rev. Kirton A. Corner. Boman Catholic Church.— Bov. T. liar nett. Rev. J. Norris, assistant. Nowra School of Arts. — Mr. E. C. Hewlett, president: Messrs. C. Moss and M. Byan, secretaries. Shoalhaven Agricultu...

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