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Letting the Sun Soak In. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 November 1893
Letting the Su& Soak In. I am just standing here to let the sun soak into me a bit.' It was abnut two o'clock in tlie after noon iu London. For two weeks or more the weather had been rainy and cold. Nut a glimpBO of the sun by day or a star by night. Just duluess, dampness, and chilliness everywhere. People were feol ing cross as hungry dogs. Tt was a time for suicide and rheumatism, and there was plenty -of both. Yet Heaven pitied us at length, and at noon of the fifteenth day the clouds were swept away like dust by a new broom, and the sun came out warm and bright. How we all bleuBcd him, and tried to lift our selves up to meet him half way. You can fancy it. Then it was that I asked (he young clerk what he was doing out on the. pavement in business hours, and he aijswerod in the words which be^in this article. Small blame to him, for what is business to a baptism of sunshine ? Why nothing, to be sure. Now, if you will be good enough to read what Mr. UodgBon says, I'll tel...
Only an Aero. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 November 1893
Only an Acre About three years ago an nllotnient of land in a central part of Grafton was fenced in lay tin; owners and lot on a clearing lease — the clearing conT sisting of the removal of. a number of stumps and a vast accumulation of rub bish, bottles, etc., which nia.de the place a nuisance to the neighlio.ihood. The Hero of land was planted with potatoes Inst year, and gave a clear return of £40 ; a second crop of late maize was not so successful, having been damaged by a gale of wind. Potatoes were again planted this year, and although not quite so heavy as last year, yet the balance of tive tons was shipped by steamer and the laud under maize fully a fortnight earlier than last year. There are a considerable number of similar portions of land iu the. town untiiled year after year from which equally as good and better returns could be obtained, and the district made all the richer. We need hardly add that the lessee of the small plot of land is Mr. T. Dellow. — ' Grafton Argus...
A Worthy Example. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 December 1893
A Worthy Example. The life history of David Wilson, tlm Victorian . Dairy Commissioner to Europe, is worthy a pl.ica in Smile's 'JSelf Help.' A nntivn of Glasgow, Mr. Wilson ? commenced life in tliit city as a moss™»--r-lioy at half a crown a w«ek. When quito a young man he canm to Australia forty years rigo, and after roughing it took up some land in Victoria at £1 an acre. By dint of ttrady work he soon turned this into a first-class dairy farm, fitted up with nil the best labour saving appliances that engineering could devise. On reading of tho Di! .Laval separator, which was exhibited for tlio first time at the Killiurn .Show in 1879, lie cabled an order for one. -His^'-was thn first separator landed in Australia, and he them turned his dairy into a' dairy factory. For a time his separator was looked upon liy his neighbours as a ' crazo,' but as he continued to prosper the colonists wisely followed his example, and now there are thousands of sep arators in the colony and 500 dai...
The Contingent Vote. TO THE EDITOR OF THIS SHOALHAVEN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 December 1893
Tie Contingent Tote. TO *HE EDITOR OF TltB KHOAUfAVEX KBWS. Sir, — The adoption of the system of contingent voting, which has proved eo KiiccesBful in .QuLensliuid ami elsewhere, will do .much to ensure the retention ?if political power in the haii'lo of tho . majority, which forms the only sound hasis of political freedom and progress. The Premier has expressed an opinion that something of I lie kind \b necessary to prevent tho possibilhy of the Li'tislii tiye AssemMy ivpiesoiHing only a small minority of the electors, n |n-Rsibiiity which hns Iiulmi crenti-ri hv the nstal.l sh incntof single «lectorares and tlienholitiwii of the £40 deposit. With the assislance of the continent »-ote, the polilical views of tho majority of tu-ctors would find certain expression without the cost fir trouble of u second ballot; and where there arc inure than two candidates, none could be elected unless he obtained an absolute majority of votes. The voting is conducted an at present, only against nny...
A Plea for the Proposed Burns. Monument in Sydney. TO THE SCOTSMEN OF SHOALHAVEN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 December 1893
' A Flea for tta Proposed Burns . , Monument in Sydney. , mrar.SrOTSMES-t»FRHOA.I^ \ ..'HAVEN DISTRICT.. Toiir Wither Rents in Sy«1ory, frion's, T?or Sc'ti-ij| ? -ura «id jiku tae mine A muuuiiieiit ; and. fm' the tlntet . ^ . AVu j^b im^iiiisininir higliuKt prniRi'. * 'Tib mily riclit tli«t Ruhbii-'s fnuiB * Itu cchinsi is eVu ' owru the sea,' Twas he who wiiil, t lint man tao in»n * Owra a' the world should Withers bo. Of coiirRP, we ken i.ao tnnntinirant: Can out tor* mk' his honored I'miuc. ' *As lmiK asTScotia'a bums are true, Oor ttubbies'R ntiudod »ye tho same ; -? But wo;wid like tae show tho win Id , ? Altho' tsie ?SciitRinun lio iadear, ' ' Bis heart was bi« tao handsome !ove For those that wer'na quito sue noar. 2Too a' Shnalhaven chiela mak' haste ? ' Tae fiie y'ur triljutc tae hifl lianic, , . And diima let the chance «o by . v Tae celehrate our bardie's fame. An' a' your blither Scots abroad, And a' your brither Scuts at hanic, . Will hniior nye iShoalhaven lads, Will ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 December 1893
TO BUILDERS. rTWNDERS will bo received up to the JL 1st January for the erection of n Four-roomed Wo»tlierboard -Cnrtngc for Mr. Thus. Moffitt, Gerringnng. Plans and specifications to bo seen at Conlaiigiitta. JOHNOAY. Coolangattn, Nov. 18. 1893. TENDERS FOR FARMS OK THE BERRY ESTATE. FTYENDERS will bo received up to 15th A DECEMBER, 1893. fur Leasing for fi term of 10 (ten) years, 15 Farms (colored Jbkj.- on litlio.), on Sloeun and Greenhills, £nh-inR the Coolangntla to . Berry and OtvBiangalta to Bo.iuli Roads, in areas from 91 to 142 ACRES. The Trustees will erect daina or niako other improvements according to arrange . incut. Plans to bo seen nt Mr. H. G. Morton's, Nutnba ; Stewart and Morton's, Nnwra ; J. Swift's, Berry ; aud at the Oflice nf this Pupur. For full particulars apply to Mr. II. G. Morton, Numba, and Mr. Surveyor Swing, Berry, on Wednesdays. JOHN HAY, Coulangatla. Department of Minos and Agriculture, Stock and Brands, Sydney, November 27, 1893. Diseases in Skeep Ac...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 December 1893
QTRAYEDfrom the Parsonage grounds; ^ Nowra, Thursday night, two horses. — chesaut gelding with bald face, and bay mare with white spot on back. Anyone knowing whereabouts vr31' please com municate with REV. E. WOOTTON, Nowra. IMPOUNDED AT NOWRA, on Nov. 29, 1893, from Turpentine, by Mr. O. McKlnuon,— Grey , Gelding, like H near shoulder, aged, about 15 hands, gome joints oS tail ; sum due at date of notice, Si 6d. If not releasod, will bo sold at- , this Pound at irnoii ou Dee. 21, 1893.— .. W. GRIFFIN, Pi.undkeeper. NOTICE is hereby given, that Meet ings of the L'ical Land Boards, under the provisions of tho Crown Lands Act of 1884, will bo held on the dutee, and ?' at thu places set foith hereunder: — NOWRA— Courthouse, 22ud December, . . 1893, instead of the 28th December,, : 1893, as before advertised. A. O. MORI ARTY, Chairman.. LochI Land Buird Office, Guulburn, 25th November, Ifc9.3.
Agricultural. Shows, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 December 1893
Agricultural^ Skews, 1334. Albion Park— January II, 12. J&aliia— January 25, ,26. Wollnngnim - January 31, Feb. 1, Kerry — 1/obruary 0, 7. 8. Shoalbaven ,- February 16, 1G. Ulludulk— February 20, 21.
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 December 1893
EXPORTS. Esports bysteamer from Shoslhaven to Sydney during the week ended Nov. 3d were : — 481 kegs butter, 212 bags maize, . 82 cs oggs, 80 cheese, 28 ops poultry, 4cks tallow, 102 sides and 3 bgs bacon, 33 haras 9 bgs oysters, 6 cs fish, 5 bundles sheep skins, 5 bundles leather, 4 totiB iron, 4bga. lobsters, 2 horses, 11 pkges luggage, 3 Bgs bonbB, 1 bdle . hides, 3 empty casks, 2 cb swans, 71 sundries.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 December 1893
It is pleasing to note that steps are again * .being taken to establish an Early-closing Association in Nowra. It is certainly time that some proper consideration was paid to those persons who rise early in the morning and work till late at night. Many in fact work all hours, in numerous instances for small remuneration. In the growing town of Nowra, it is correct to say, there are many young persons who do not have sufficient time away from the dy.sk 'or counter, and, recognising this fact, the founders of the local Half-Holiday Association a few years ago had in view iiUo the early closing of stores and offices - throughout the week. The employers sympathised with the movement, but all attempts to relieve the employees beyond tho Wednesday half -holiday signally failed. The weekly half-holiday might readily ba improved, with increased advan . tage in point of health, to both the em Jlloyeos and their masters. This, however, rcats entirely with themselves. Whilst it ? ;* 'is a gcoc...
Commercial. BROKEN HILL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 December 1893
Commercial BROKEN HILL PRODUCE MARKET. A. A. Buice axd Co. repm-t fur wcuk ending No.-. 25 : -Tho nice cool wi-atlu-r prevailing has increased supplies --i Soul li Australian butter, but even so the pro-rut supply is n t larye, but New S'iilh Wales cunsi»n-TB need nut incr- ase thuirc-in.--i!!ii- ruents of butter at the present, although f hot weather seta in, the S'Uth Auptmli u consignments will fall off at unce Wo also ncite a slight, rise in the Arlclaiile. market. E^K3 h.wo finned up during inn urpulr_ litir in flwR liin* Hio m.irkp.t isrt'\v..vp_ a bit clmppy about Christinas. Bacuu ia very scarce, almost all in town beiiig con sumed. Chouso is in gnoil demand. There aro several inquiries for imize, and a consignment wuuld find ready buyers. Goiid business iB doing in poultry. Cun signments --f farmer's hams would find ready sale for Christinas requirements. Tu-day's values are : — Butter : prime creamery ana tactory lOJd per lb. Hood factory, 9d to lOd per lb %gs, 7£d to 7£d ...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 December 1893
L0CALOTS. A Trip.— Constable Goodhew, of Gerringong, goes to New Zealand next week to execute a warrant. Sacred Concert. — Tickets for the Church of England sacred concert and conversazione in Nowra on the 12th inst. are selling well. Law Case. — A suit in Equity between R. T. Thorburn (plaintiff) and B. M'Ter nan (defendant) is set down for hearing in Sydney on Thursday next. bridge was closed against horse and vehicular traffic yesterday from 4 a.m. to 6 p.m. whilst the structure was under going long-needed repair. Reserves. — A temporary reserve for public wharf of 40 acres, parish Illaroo, notified 11th Feb., 1893, is revoked, and the same area is now reserved from sale other than auction- sale only. Land Sale at Yalwal. — There will bo a sale of Crown lands at Yalwal on the 30th January next. Seventy-four lots of the village of Yalwal will be offered, ranging in area from 10 perches to Ir. 18Jp., at upset prices of from £l,10s to £4 per lot. Church SociEiY.--The Rev. T. V. Alki...
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 December 1893
THE TURF. A goodly number of nags aro now in training for the high-jumping and hunting contests at local shows to be held in February. Some sensational high-jumping, is promised from one quarter. The Waxlight mare Iseult (7) owned by Ned Scrivener, won the Kensington Handicap last Wednesday, and also ran third in the 14.1 handicap, carrying; 7st 121b., at tho same meeting. Eurydiea (7.10) also was. unsuccessful in the 14 British Lion (by Leolinus from Sprit sail), one of the finest horses ever seen in this part of the country, is now at the service of Dlawarra breeders. He is. owned by Mr. T. W. Hungerford, a well known and enterprising sportsman, and will travel from Wollongong to Shoal haven. See advertisement. The ch gelding Artemus, bred by Mr. E. De Mestre, carried 7st 21b to victory in the principal handicap at Liverpool on Friday of last week. He also ran Ihird in the Flying Handicap at the same meeting, carrying 7st 31b. The ch. g. Mascotte (8.8), recently racing on local co...
Town Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 December 1893
Town Talk FBv Junius.1 Just a few notes after returning from a health-recruiting trip. I believe the Mayor of Nowra, hearing the bagpipes playing in town one day last week, was seen running quite hastily up Junction-street towards the post-office. A friend, with whom he stopped a moment, could not refrain from remarking upon tho fascination which the pipes naturally had for the Mayor, but the hitter hastened on, with the remark that 'he thought his horse was around the corner and it would be frichtened by th' moosic.' His friend ivviit up lo luu uuruer aicerwaras, ana, as ho expected, found Hit; Worship standing on the kerbstone with his arms folded, an attentive auditor to tho Scottish party. The decision of a meeting of residents to have Gilbert and Sullivan's evergreen opera -played in Nowra is good news. 'Pinafore' should be a success here, and tliere is unquestionably some good talent in the district that could make it so. 'Tis to be hoped the necessary arrange ments will be en...
SPORTING. CRICKET. FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 December 1893
SPORTING. CRICKET. FIXTURES. North Shoalhaven v. South Shoaibavon, at Kowrsr Deo. 10. SlionJhnvcn Association v. Redteni Cambridge, at Sydney, Deo. 23. Shcllharbour v. Nowra, at Nowra, December 20. South Coast Association v. Redfem, Jan. 1, 1894. Shoiilhavou Association v. Surrey United (Sydney),, at Nowra, Jan. 27, 1S94. [Secretaries of cricket clubs aro invited to forward their Fixtures for insertion in this column.] Nowra Perseverance v. Pyree, at Pyree, to-day, Dec. 2. Perseverance team (fa leave by coach at I o'clock) : Jones, John ston, Knight, Conlon, Perry, Speight, Wilson, Cork, GaUimore, Shepherd, Field ; Kennedy and Ryan emergencies.
BUSINESSES AND PROFESSIONS ADVERTISED IN THIS JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 December 1893
BUSINESSES AND rSOFESSTONS ADVERTISED IN THIS JOURNAL. Abraham, J.S., Laboratory, Sydney Australian Drug Co., Limited, Sydney Australian Widows' Fund Life Assur ance Society, Ltd. Bond, J. B., storekeeper, Nowra Boot, W., Sydney Bowring, C. A., piano tuner, Sydney Biice, A. A. and Co.. Broken Hill Briscnc, Drysdale &Co., Sydney. Bryant and May, merchants, London. Crown Moleskin Trousers Co., London Clements, F. M., Sydney Clarke, T., commission ag«nt, Sydney Clarke, Son, and Platt, London, Eng land f Columbian Land Dist. Co., Sydney Dixsmi & Sons, merchants; Sydney Domestic KeroBenc Oil Co. Denhsm 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 Freeman S. and Sons, Sydney Graham, 0., storekeeper, 'Nowra Hiclman, A., storekeeper,. Nowra Head Henry, storekeeper, Gambewarra Hotel Mt-tropole, Sydney Holloway's Pills & Oin...
SHOALHAVEN DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 December 1893
SHOALKAVEN DIRECTORY. ? * ? / District Government Surveyor. — Mr. J. ^, W. Doorir.g. ,w;- Clerk of Petty Sessions, Land Agent, r &c— Mr. J. M. Shoahau. District Registrar in Bankruptcy.— Mr. J. H. Nisbett, P.M., Nowra. Mining Warden. —Mr. J. L. King, P.M Local Land Board. — Messrs. A. O. Moriarty (chairman), Z. O-. Bice, and L. Molntyro, Jb.P. Government Medical Officers. — J. I'. Breroton, J.P.,Terara. T. RossLewers, Berry. Inspector of Public Schooia— Mr. Hugh D. McLellaud, B.A. Office : Nowru. St. John's Church of England, Nowra. — Rev. E. Wootton, B.A.; Rev. 1'. J. Dillon, assistant. — Berry, Kcv. Luke Parr. Prosbyterian Church, Nowra. — Rev. J. K. Bruce, M.A.; assistant, Mr. Alex. Robertson. Wosleyan Church, Nowra. — Rev. H. W'. T. Pincombe.— Berry, liev. Kirton A. Corner. Roman Catholic Church.— Bov. T. Har nett. Rev. J. Norris, assistant. Nowra School of Arts.— Mr. K. C. Hewlett, president; Mussrs. C. Moss and M. Ej'an, secretaries. .Shoalhavon Agricultural and Hortic...