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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 November 1893
THETUBF. The Ulawaira Racing Company will allot £75 in prize money, on tlie 6th December. By his Spring Stakes victory on Satur day, Carnage once more established his claim to first place among those of his year. He did the distance (a mile, and a. quarter) in 2 inin lO^sec. A man died fit St. Louis recently and in his will, after stating that ho *' never forgot a favor,' left £200 to an individual who, 10 years before, ran away with his wife. W.0 most heartily recommend Wolfe's Schnapps as a pure invigoranr, good alike for men, women, and even infants. It tones and braces up the system arid aids digestion. Ojio pound orders arc phictid under the labels oF iriany --f: tho. :l»rgo' bottles. To secure the- genuine, jirticlo buy a wh'ilc bottle, nnd don't be. imposed on by imitations. Wolfe's Schnapps is.n; well-known and well-tried stiiuuhmt, and was Bold fifty years ago by chemists nea Tonic.**
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 November 1893
CRICKET. Numba and Pyree clubs will meet to day on Numba ground, play to commence at 1.30 p.m. Numba team : De Mestre (2), Barrowdale, Benuie, G. Coulthart, Watts, Lord, Murray, Murphy, Smith, Miller ; emergencies, Ed. Kennedy and J. Weik. A meeting of the Shoalhavon Cricket Association was held in Nowra last week for the purpose of selecting six players to rfinresent t,hs Association -in the South Coast team which is to play in Sydney against a Western districts team on 4th and 6th December. The following were selected : Messrs. L. Licey, H. L. Love grove, M. Thompson, G. Lamb, W. Moore, and H. M. Osbornc. Should anyone of these' be unable to play Mr. A. T. Hapgood has been selected to fill the first vacancy. The following team will represent Nowra Perseverance in a match against Numba on the latter's ground to-day, coach to leave Prince, of Wales Hotel comer at 1.15 p.m : Knight, Jolinston, Speight, Perry, Cordon, Field, Jones, Gallimore, Kennedy, Thorbum, Shepherd ; emer gencies,...
Greenwell Point. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 November 1893
Cteeenwell Point. Tlie Greenwell Point public wharf, of which the Nuniba. Council has charge, was some time ago repaired by the Council, the sta'ueture having been considerably knocked about by the steamers berthing there. The repairs consisted chiefly of stays placed along the front of the wharf and attached to the piles, a portion being in. It now appeal's that as no copper was j placed over the parts which were cut to admit the stays, the cobra have got into the wood and by their ravages have so ?weakened two of the piles that it will be necessary to put new piles in their places. It is said that Mr. John Hay is having this latest work of repair done at his own expense. Ma. W. JI'Donald, who has had charge of the public wharf for some years past, has left. Mr. John Allen, late of Numba, has succeeded to the position. The road to Greenwell Point is now in very fair order. What little repairs are needed could well be done with a few pounds expenditure by the Municipal Council. That...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 November 1893
-Hollo way's Ointment and Pitts. — A cure for Abscesses, Piles, Fistula, and Sores of every description. — The very satisfactory results arising from the use of this invaluable Ointment, when the patients have been suffering from any of the above disorders, have induced the Medical Profession to introduce it into the hospitals and their private practice, and in many instances where the sufferer was considered incurable, Holloway's Ointment, in conjunction with his Pills, healed the most desperate cases. They are also unequalled for the cure of sorufula, scurvy, and all diseases of the skin, and the cures they effect are not temporary or imperfoct, for by their purifying powers they brinu about a marvellous and most beneficial change in tho whole system, and enable it, with renovated powers, to resist tbe approach of all future attacks of tho same disease.
Political Faddists. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVEN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 November 1893
Political Faddists. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOA1HA.VEN ivEWS. Sir, — For what purpose do wo have a Parliament ; for what purpose do we elect members of the Legislative Assembly ? Is it to assist the Government in the con duct of the country, or is it that political crotchets, however preposterous, may be discussed, at the cost of the community ? If a farmer, instead of paying attention to his farm, were to waste his tune in dis cussing new schemes of farming devised by individuals who had no practical know~ ledge of even the elements of farming, he wnnld sriRRdilv find himself bankrunt. This is ^jrocisoly what is being done in Parliament. Instead of members devoting themselves to facilitating the work of ad ministration, they are naturally hindering it by the introduction of questions of a purely theoretical character. Men who neyer paid a shilling in taxes in all their lives are clamouring for the introduction of systems of taxation the working of .which they do not understand. They ...
Thing's to Remember By. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 November 1893
Things to Remember By. If a groat fortunes were unexpectedly left me (and it would bo unexpected) I'll wager anything that I should never forgot the time or place where I first heard of it. Or if 1 should go home to-night and find (which God forbid) my house burned up, and everything in it, I'm equally certain that tbe main circumstances connected with tho event would stick in mv memorv until all the Past's pictures fade out in the light of the life that is to bo. 'Twou bo the same with you, I fancy ? Yes. And here comes a woman who will not soon forget the mouth of December, 1890. It is not because Christmas comes in that month, for it is what she lost, not what was given her, that makes that particular time stand out, Above other times. And what she lost was her health, a matter worth talking ahuut, as ono never can tell when he may bo more interested in that suujuuk mail in puiibiuv ur tuu pricu oi provisions. She says her illness began with nausea. She could keep nothing on her ...
Roseby Park. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 November 1893
Sroseoy Park. Tlie reserve at Crookhaven Heads known as Roseby Park is at present a picture of beauty. Benefited greatly by the late copious fall of rain, the green sward now shows up luxuriantly amongst the oak and eucalypti trees, and flowering shrubs. It is much to be regretted that residents of Nowra and other places on the river do not make use of tills pleasure ground. They might easily adopt some means bv which regular trius to the Park could be promoted, as in years gone by, although the removal of the favorite steamer 'Terrara' from the river probably renders excursions difficult of arrangement. A jetty-wharf was erected some time ago by the. trustees so that any steamer could lay alongside in a good depth of water without being impeded by wind or tide. But we are given to understand that the wharf, though of good solid construc tion, has not been allowed sufficient batter on the north aud south sides, to safeguard the bottom part of the structure (which is of rubble stone)...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 November 1893
LOCAL NSWS. JiNniAxnv Daikst Company. — Mr. William Watts has been elected chairman of the Board of Directors of the above company for the next hulf-year. Street Repaibs.-TIic crossings in Junction-street west, leading to the agri cultural showground in. Nowra, are now the roadside removed. Political. — We have it on tho authority tS the Kangaroo Valley 'Pioneer' that Jlr. Alexander Campbell, of Gorringong, -will be asked, to offer himself as a candi date tor Kjama at the. next general election. Butldhtc at Bomadekry. — The tender «£ Mr. George Muller, of Nowra, has been - accepted for the erection of a residence at JJonviderry for. Dr. J. P. Brereton, o»i plans prepared by Mr. Arthur G. Smith, the/local architect. St^rojiAi, Coia.ECTOKs' Lists. -^The revision court under the new Electoral Ajofewill be held on 22nd December, and th.o time. allowed collectors for the pre paration of certified lists haabeen extended ta the 23rd. November-. Scholastic. — Mr. A. A. Morris, teacher of th...
Cambewarra. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 November 1893
Cambewarra. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). &nbsp; Good Templars.— On Thursday evening last our Good Templars, after the formal business of the lodge was over, had a musical entertainment lasting until the hour of closing. Instrumental pieces were respectively played on the piano by the Misses Matthews, Ritchie and Fraser, while songs from grave to gay were sung by Messrs. J. Lumsden, J. Watts, Parish, and Binder, all of which were well received. A duet by Miss M. Binks and A. Binder was also applauded. Recitations were also successfully given by Messrs. A. Binks, G. Shannan and W. Binks. &nbsp; Correction-. — In Thursday's "Daily &nbsp; &nbsp; Telegraph," among other butter factory items, it is stated that the Cambewarra factory paid last month 3d per gallon for milk. This is an error. The rate paid was 2½d, with a credit balance. A Shoahaven Boy.— I notice in a suburban paper that Mr. A. H. Kellett, formerly resident here, has received the prize awarded b...
Proposed Racecourse for Nowra. ON THE NOWRA COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 November 1893
Proposod Racecourse for ITowra. ON THE NOWRA OOMMON. TJie Application lotlgad with the Nowra Municipal Council on Monday by Mr. William Griffin for permission to hold pony nices on the Nowra Common (Braidwood Road) stated the reauest was oil behalf nf Kpvrrn! local sportsmen who are of opinion that a good racecourse can be formed on the reserve, which is nt present used only for rifle matches. The applicant stated that he was in a position to so improve the ground as to render it suitable for a racecourse, provided that permission lie given to charge for ad mission to the ground so as to recoup him for the expenditure. Jn dealing with the application in Council, the Mayor said that according to the deed of grant, the reserve was for recreation purposes, nnd Micro was no reason for objecting to the application. The reserve was now under the control of the Council as sole and permanent trustees, and it was originally set-apart for racecourse purposes. It had been . suggested that sawd...
N. S. W. Dairy Farmers' Export Association. BUTTER GRADER'S REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 November 1893
W. S. 'W. Dairy Farmers' Ssport Assooiatioa. BUTTER GRADER'S REPORTS. For the week ended Nov. 13. — Supplies of hutter fur the past tteuk wore equal to previous consignments. During the early l»\rt of iheweek nearly all tho buttercamo to hand very soft, tmd of irregular quality, some lots being very inferior. Referring to private makers of hand and separator butter, I notice a great runny casks of v^iioua weights como iuln the inaiket con taining two ur ninrachu'iiings nf differont quality, cnlor, etc. Now, this is a groat mistuke, especially in butter tliat has to be re-packed for export, as two colors show ing iii one chsb is objected to. I would advine private butter-makers to use two small caskd instead of a largo one when their churnings are not alike. Thn quan tity of secmid-class butter graded last week whs in excess of any ol her previous week. Butter of inferior quality is increasing. The tutal number of cases graded for tho ji.ist week was 2092. —John* Bcssbll. For the wee...
At the Wesleyan Cantata. THE ROSE OF SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 November 1893
At the Wesleyaa Cantata. THE ROSE OF SHOALHAVEN. (The following lines were found written in a strange hand on the back of a programme at the Nowra School of Arte hall on Saturday morning last, after the per formance of tic Weolyaii Church cantata.] The song-tipped arrow of that bow of beauty * ^Vhich shut tight lmme to every world worn luart. And mado the gentlo Johnnies 'duiriR du-y ' Anmiyingly ei^h ' By jrive, she is a tart.' Our own Slioullmveu Rosu, hail, hail to thee ! Thou of the bell-bird voice and sweet, true face ; Serene as then may thy life henceforth bo, Queen of ihu choir, pure gem of artless grace. .*' The Wakderke.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 November 1893
lorrTUATlYou only drink OttltiAI the genuine Wolfe's Schnapps Don't be gulled by Inferior and SFFTH&T cheaper liquors ULLIIIHI handed to you under the name of 'Schnapps.' CCCTUAT lf you can buy ULL I HA I whole bottles It will insure your getting the gen .„_..._ ulne liquor, and SEETHAT you w.u a.so stand a chance of getting a One Pound order, by SEETHAT 2S? a 'rB* Don't accept a substitute. , __..._ There Is nothing SEETHAT |n the world to compare with Wolfe's Schnapps Bad Blood.— The Editor of tUe Famili Doctor says :— ' We have Eeon hosts o letters in which the writers acknowledg- the benefit they have rocoiveJ from Clarke'/ wonderful Blood Mixture, which us a cura tive agent cannot be too highly estimated, since it cleanses and clears the blood from all impurities. If the blood is diseased the body is diseased. Clarke's Blood Mixtun is a medicine of the greatest possible value, and it is certainly the finest, blood purinci that science and skill have brought to light. We...
The Churches. ORDER OF SERVICES TO MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 November 1893
* ' ' _ ' \ ' The Churches. ORDER OP SERVICES TO JttOEROW. Chobch of Ebqlanu.— Tg'Qm&B a:ih. * -Holy Communicii) U asrtL.'*3J pSS., ^Children's Service), s,nd''.-7.3Q* p.tn.j Terrara V.30 j.«., (Specif s6rnSon'for Hjc Oburch Society). B.imcrang3p.m., ofler tory for Church Society. Burrier, 11 a.jn. , offertory for Organ 'Fund. N.B,— I&b Rev. T. AUfin will preach for the iShurch Society ie Shoalbaven on December 10. _ WissiSYAy. - STowra ll-and ^.30, and. mVf^mZ^aTTi&7 liiCaJihveii.' KownT XJriiwf|y^r/Meroo 2.30, Mr. E. GbaseEng. PBESBfraaiJilr.rJiSfiiJwra 11 a.m. iareda 7.30 p.niySnil^onVeVong 3 p.m., Ren J.' K. Bruee. West Cambewarrna 2 pSniiy atidi..Oa.Vubi}waKF». ?.3p p.m.;' Mr. i A itoberfcsoa. /. ' \ [ ?y' ?'!'?'?'?''?' ' AYmsk'JM.Y Services. ! :;' ;'i ; '- -;v;J5««sbyti6riitn'. - Monday, Nov. ; 27, jBipivrib Mountain. : Tuesday, Nov. J28, JJurrier and Numba.1 Wednesday, Nov.: 2P, Nowm and ;Green;-ve!} Point Banfl of ,^1';Ho)-e.''-^ureaay,'i'iroy; . 50, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 November 1893
'IMITATION ? : ? ? ? ? .???' * 3s the ?/'*'? .' ? .-.??? ? ' SINCEREST FLATTERY.' ? V Tho articles' ~'jriob£ imitated are - 7 ',' . *_J - iCLEMBNTSf TONIC and '!' -- fletcher's pills, why? ' ? BECAUSE tiey have the best 'reputa- tion and are most in demand, by the public, consequently every dishonest trader trios . . ,p, tpJxade 011 llveir f ame*iidrenouii.i'- ^ -. w ^a^-pt-opTe*ro so slototo^oetlie truili as regards the unsm»p«ViU8sqiii|ok« amiiahw . latans who prey -off- fliVfcfeddlityof the Australian public Scarcely a week ever passes but what the prem' exposeriho* , barefaced .and phaineful practices of some JM: .t. ibfcnfteib 'hSfrpteS1, -ye¥,! 'iri'fe'de rif all tliey JM seem to thrive, and, ihfe paper jyliQ^crwids ^M thorn down most thrives fattcsfun. their ? h' ^dy^&emyitilaijdKrriiekBiciiltrtpigho^vc'r / each balance-sheet. Clements Toniaand Fletcher's Pills havo never yet stoojied to deception and inbiopresentaiion. 'They; are scientific ^therapeutical tmoM»i!an&a...
BROKEN HILL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 November 1893
BROKEN HILL PRODUCE MARKET. A. A. Brice and Co's report for the wook ending November 18, J893 :— There has been Rood business done in butter during this week, rather larger quantities . coining in from South 'Australia, but every day's heat lessens the supply and detorior atos the quality in S juth Australia, bo that . ' -j-f * very soon we shall want much larger quan- ',-' -1 i tities from Now South Wales. Eggs made 1/ a bound in value consequent upon the rise 1 t '?' in Sydney. Bacon ; In this line there is a J 4J good market for farmers'. cure lots ; before ??/' Sydney bacon found its way here large quantities of farmers' bacon from South Australia found a good market. A great inWriypuople prefer the fanners, .cure to' the-' professional curers, the duty of courae shuts out South Australian bacon now. Cheese is firming in valuo. All other lines are without alteration . in value. There lare several inquiries f or maize. Tlie following are.the present values : ? Butter prime Jactor...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 November 1893
-- LOCAL NSWS. i.-- ? ? ? ? ? — ; ' ? ?? -.-,? ''*r; A«noai/Le&ses.— Three annual leases ''' each of 640 acres and, one of 540 nores Crown land, parish Ourrarabeijti, have fceengrauted to Patrick Byan. ;.P.CBLic.'ScHOot ? Sitk.— All ? amended ! ? ^survey of the land ? having been effected, --. , it is -proposed to resume and re-dedicato ?? the public school site atNorth Hufikisson.: ', !.The area, '.originally 2 acrus, is now 2a. ?? 31 perches. IIaijafay Time-xablf,, ^ Attention' is directed. to an amended time-table appear ing ,«njbui\ first page of the arriv/nl/ind ideparture of trains at Bomaderry station. .'The first morning' 'ti^uj to 'Sydney ;»oW. ; 'leaves' at 7 o'clock, . ' NoWH-A SWBRIOH POTMC SCHOOL. — - ? 3Mr. Uugli D. Midland,. B. A., Inspector tof Schools ' for Sbualbavcn, on Tuesday last completed a , lengthy examination of the Komi Superior Public School. The results were vary. satisfactory, ,. The ; yAaaAMDK mun Bridge. —,;Plan ' and specification for the pro...