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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 April 1879
TnE district of Shoalhaven, we imagine, neither is nor Ims been very greatly affected by tho Chinese scare, which during some weeks of the present year kept the metro polis in a ferment ; and before it expired disturbed the isolations — whicli to a casual observer appeared so satisfactory — between the coal Owners at the further extremity of the Illawarra district, and the numerous hands in their employ. The Chinese ques tion in general, however, is one which pos sesses a large amount of intrinsic interest and importance : and tlio bill to 'regulate and rostriet ' Chinese immigration into the colony, which passed the Assembly with largo majorities, reached on 'Wednesday last what may be considered, we think, the most interesting stage of its progress towards the statute book, — viz., its second reading in the Council, or moro accurately, the debate on its second reading. The discussion, which was adjourned from 'Wednesday last, was to be resumed yesterday ; and there is no doubt the...
Common Sense. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 April 1879
Common Sense. Ox : tlio subject of common sonso, a writor in the 'World' says:— If only this much-talked- 1 of and bopraisod gift could but bo widely 1 diffused among us, bow vastly difforont j 'would bo our lives, and. bow- much less con- i vontional wo should become ! If we had each ono of us but the moral courage to tako from its hiding-placo the common sonso with 1 which we are moro or less provided, to culti vate it by constant uso, and to act sololy 011 its dictates, what a : very different world- this would speedily become ! if each ono acted according to his own thought or opinion; instead of the unwritten but obligatory law,' ' ovory. ono doos so 'and so,' socioty would at once assumo: a charming and refreshing originality. People would do things because thoy wished to do thom, and ssiy things bccause tlioy really thought -tliom instead of in ? obodienco to tlio dictates of fashion.' Orighiality would ceaso to bo considered 'bad stylo;' on the contrary, it would bo duly wol...
Shoalhaven Court of Requests. NOWRA, TUESDAY, APRIL, 8. (BEFORE their Worships H. G. Morton, B. Brown, and John Monaghan, Esqs.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 April 1879
Shoalhaven Court of Requests. I Nowjia, Tuesday, Amil 8. (Before thoir Worships H. G. Morton, B. Brown, and John Monaghan, Esqs.) _ John Cruiokshanks v. Thos. Koaghan. Dishonoured promissory noto for £2 7s, in August, 1876, with intorost to date, £2 13s. No dofonce. Plaintiff said that since tho sorvico of sum mons, dofondant had paid a part of the amount ; and plaintiff had promisod him that upon pay- I mum, ul mo oaianco nowouia iorogo mo intorost. | Verdict for plaintiff for balnnco, with costs of i Court, loss intorost, as stated. James A. Chaseliugv. ' Wilkio' (a Chineso.) I This was an action brought by plaintiff, for whom Mr. Richards appeared, charging tho dofondant with having, on tho 25th ultimo, at Nowra Crook, in tho prosonco of certain persons, accused plaintiff of stealing or hiking away slabs, tho proparty of dofondant, and £10 was claimed as damages for tho slanifor. Dofonco, not indebted, plaintiff boing soon noar tho slabs with his cart. Plaintiff, boing sworn, sta...
The Distress in England. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 April 1879
Tlie Distress . In Knglnnd ? The ' Horald's ' London correspondent, writ ing 011 tho 14th Fobruary, says : — Strikes, a wintor of unusual sovority, over-production in manufactures, and foreign- competition havo combined , to creato a period of distress in England almost unparallolod, and thoro seems, littlo hopo of iniprovomont. Largo establishments have' been closed for tho pro sont, or aro only working half-timo, tbo applicants for periodical and. other roliof number hundreds of thousands, wliilo the means at tho disposal of . tho various roliof committees are totally inadequate to moot tho demand for food, mado by hungry and emaciated people, who throng tbo places where relief is afforded. The distress in tho East End of London lias also boon very i great, and tho suffering widespread. Au army of charitable peoplo go out day after day to do what tlioy can to alloviato tho dis tressed and semi-starving people in tho wretched quartors of :AVhitocliapol aud tlife Borough, but the am...
Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 April 1879
Cricket Slatch. On Saturday, April 5th, a cricket match was played at Burner between tho Kangaroo Valloy and Burner cricket clubs. Tho day was .very.' fino, and the wicket lively, all in favour of the batsmiqn. No doubt tho long rido from - tho Valloy to Burrier had somo eifoct on tho scoring of tho marsupials. v 'Buiuher. — 1st Innings. Jas. West, b Longloy ? ? ? ? 4 AVm.- Barron, b Longloy. . ...;? ? ...... , .k-: 0, Wm. Grady, b Longloy ....;? ? ... ..... .^'6: Joseph rMullov, b Longloy ? ? ? ? ? ? ; ;'-3 'M., Thomson,'!) Longloy ; .?. . . 10 H. M-Konnio.-b Barnior ? JJQ. J. Evisori, b Longloy .. ..... .... ... . 0 . A. M'Donald, b Barnior ? 6 P. Koririedy, :b Bailoy ? ? ? ? . . . ' 4; J.vMallj .b Bailoy . ... . . . . . . ... . .%? 8 Wm. Konnody. not out . . . . . . . . .i- 0 ? Sundrios ... . : . ? ; ; . . .... . . . . ,25 Total ? '96 Kangaroo Valley. — 1st Innings. , , Jas. Bailoy, b Mulloy ? ? ? ; . . ' 0 Win; 'Murray, b Mulley ? 8 F. Longley,rb Mulloy ... . . .... 8 J. Murray,...
The Late Sir Maurice O'Connell. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 April 1879
flic lintc Mr Klnui-icc O'ConncU. The Australian colonies have lost a man of mark and oniinonco in Sir -Maiu-ico Charles O'Connoll, who has boon .for many years President of tlio Legislative Council of Queensland Tho history ? of tlio docoasod gontlonian is emphatically Australian rathor than belonging to anjr particular colony, and is so in a degroo boyond tbat in which tho same observation could be mado of any. other, colonial .statesman: By birth Sir Maurice' was a nativo of Sydnoy. His grandfather 011 Ilia mothorla sido, Admiral Bligli^well-known in connecti$}rwitli tho mutiny of the Bounty, was ono of theearly Governors of Now South Wales,- and'liis father, Gonoral Sir Maurico O'Connell, was Acting Govornor of Now South Wales, and the lately deceased Sir Maurico lias acted in tbo samo capacity in Queensland sovoral times. ' I11 his youth Sir -'Maurice O'Connell eutorod the army as ensign at' the ago of IG, and sovon years lator throw liiinsolf in the very spirit of chivalry int...
Sweepstakes on Horse Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 April 1879
Sweepstakes 011 Horse ltuces. Sweepstakes on horso racos seem to bo ille gal ' in Now Zealand. At Dunedin, on tho 17th ultimo, the Kesidont Magistrate, Mi-. 'VVatt,' decided, in ' tlio caso Quoon against Dodson, as follows : — The dofondant is 1 charged with allowing gambling in bis licensed bouse by tho holding of a sweeps takes. As I said, wbou I beard this chargo on Saturday weok last, I havo no doubt that the membors of a sweepstake gamble, and j tbat tho holding of it in a licensed bouse is gambling in a licensed ? house. I liavo.now to considor tho arguments of tlio learned counsol, that tho permitting of gambling in a liconsod houso undor tlio existing law is not an offouco. I do not think I can do better than quoto tho words of tho Into Chiof Justico on an appeal (Lindsay ,v. Walkor, N.25. Jurist N.S. 152), who, with roforonco to tbo Licensing Act of tbo Gonoral Assom bly, and that of tho Provincial Council of Auckland says tlio subjoct ' involvos much perploxity.' Tlio Lico...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 April 1879
—caBw«— ?— ?— ne— — — — A universal panacea is almost suro to boar univorsul imposition, that charlatanism, blatant as is its trumpot, cannot blow into accoptability or. roputo. Thoso specifics that assumo to euro ovorything euro nothing, and luinco it is that TJdolpho Wolfo's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is only apoworl'itl safeguard against gout, gravol, llatuloncy, dyspepsia, whothor chronio or acuto, norvous 1 debility, urinary or l-onal obstructions, torpid livor, stagnant condition of tho blood, mal-assimilation of food, vital oxhaustion, and similar affections. — Adv. Dew oi- the Alps. — Tho tonic and vitalizing proportios of this agrooablo vogotablo spccil'ic havo boon fully tostoil in all tho various climates of Australasia, and tlio univorsal opinion of our pooplo. sooiris to bo that it is tho finost tonic, tho mostreliablorostorativo, andthosurostprovontivo of all opidomio and ondomic disoasosthathasovor reaohed us. ; To ftfossrs. M. Moss and Co. wo aro indebted for our fir...
FORBES. April 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879
EOEBES. April 10. I Sixteen prisoners aro at tho prosont timo in tlio Eorbos lookup. Six of thom occupy a coll 8 foot i by 10,' and six othors occupy anothor-coll of tho sumo dinionsioris. Tho othor four aro in a coll eight foot by six foot eight inches. Ono of tho six mon in tlio first coll is a lunatic roth suici dal tondoncios. Tho stoncli'on oponing tho doors of those colls, after tlioy have boon closed for 12 hours, is most rovolting. The gaol is kept as eloan as possil-lo, but it is altogotlior inadoquato to tho requirements of such a largo district as this is.
YOUNG. April 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879
I YOUNG. ? April 14. A serious coach accident happo'nod this after noon, by. which Messrs. Aitkin, of Murrumbiir rali, .and- Tronery, of - Goulburn, aro soriousliv injured,-! Shortly after Cobb and Co.'s coach lolt town the liorsos bccamo rostivo, and Mr. Aitkon boing alannod, jumpod!oll the coach and broke Ilia arm. -Mr. Tronery followed suit., and it is at prosont impossiblo to state tho oxtont of his injury. Tho othor passongors, who romainod in tlio coach, woro uninjiirod. No blamo is attacliod to 'Wallolt, tho dnvor. ?
Sydney Current Market Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879
Syrtney Current Market 1'rlccs. Flour, £9 10s to JG12 10s por ton ; potatoes, £4 0s to £5 0s por ton ; maizo, 2s S)d to 3s Od por busliol ; buttor, 4d to 9d por lb ; clieoso, 2d to fid por lb ; bacon, Gd to 8d por lb ; hides, 2Ad to 3d por lb ; pigs, 3d to 4Jd por lb ; calves, Gs Od to 10s each ; fowls 3s Gd to 3s 0d per pair ; ducks, '3s Od to 4s Odpor pair ; turkoys, 7s 0d to 12s por pair; geoso, 7s Gd por pair; oggs, 1b 7dto IsOd por (Jozon.
Randwick Races. 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879
BtamVwicli llnccH. '8 p.m. : ?? Plying Handicap. — Succoss, 1;- Expectation, 2 ; Star, 8. ? : [ Maidon Plato. — Pobrea, 1 ; Loup,t.2 ; BTaid wood, 3. ' i ? ? .. -j, - Sydnoy Cup.— Savanaka, 1 ; . Ohcstor, 2! ? '' Bos\j;orth, 3. r ' Brewljir's Plato. — Baronot, 1 ; Chester Hold, 2. Y Sollii?;;c Plato. — Vicount, 1; Arab aud ( ' L'-borator dead head for second pjaco. \ Saph'ng&lakee. — Queensland, 1; Cmactacup. 2, V i J ,r 'N
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879
To our Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not receiving their paper regularly will obligo by promptly communicating the fact to tho pro prietor, at tho office of this papor. Public Notice. MR. JAMES ARMSTRONG, Postmastor, of Torrara, will recoivo ORDERS for ADVERTISEMENTS or JOB PRINTING on my account ; and all ordors for such loft at his promises up to 3 p.m. on ovory WEDNESDAY, ?will meot with prompt attontion. JOSEPH WESTON. Telegraph Printing Oflico, Nowra, March 17, 1879.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879
2Egles in the Australasian says: — A military man, who is regarded as a species of volunteer Havolock, very kindly acts occasionally as lay reader in an outsido suburb. By some misohanco ho got hold of an old prayor-book, and boforo ho was fully awaro of what ho was about ho had forvontly prayed for tho bodily health of William tho Fourth, and then stumbled ovor Queon Adolaido. Discovering his error ho tacked on a supplementary prayer for tho Prince of Wales, Hor Most Gracious Majosty, &c. This ti-ifling mishap disturbed his compluconcy during tho rost of tho service. As a friend ?walked from church with him, said the former — in tho pleasant way a fleeted by doar friends — ' How did you manage to mako such a moss of tho prayor for tho royal family F' And then that martial lay reader, forgetting at onco his , oloth and his Christianity, said angrily, ' Oh ! bless tho royal family.' Only tho active vorb was different. £lre €dcgnrj)lr. AND SHOAL IIAVEN ADVERTISER. Published ev...
The Weather in the Country. Newcastle, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879
^ Tlic Weather In tUc Country. YFrom the.: Herald, ) v Nowcastlo, April 10. Ham sot in yesterday and lias sinco boon falling almost incessantly in lioavy showors with ovory prospect of a continuance, / A heavy galo is blowing, and tliore is a lioavy soa running. Singleton/ April 10. Wo havo had thirty - hours steady ram,' aud it lias overy appearance of-continuing. It is tho host rain that has fallon in this district for tho last six months. Tamworth, April 10. --.j Tlio woathor -sinco Monday has beon vory clmngoablo with froquont ' Jiowors ; and a sultry tompornturo. , Grafton, April 10. Itrainod heavily, last night ;' !3:] inohos;foll., Tlio rivor Copinanliurst is up 20 foot. Tabulam is still crossablo. -Tho- railway mooting,: whioli. it was intended to liold to-night, will bo post poned. ? , 1 ' Invoroll, April 10. Tory heavy rain foil; hero yostorday and - on Tuo'sday.i ' Yostorniglit.tho rivor .ovor'ilowad its banks at tho bridgo, flooding Byron-atroot to Ambroso'B : Hotel., -T...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879
A pretty fn-!lilul judex of tho state of Jim ?stomach and lh'ov is tlio condition of tho k'nl. Iho most prominent causo of shallowness aroindi gostion and billiousness. Kidnoy diseaaoH, closo confinomont and povorty of (ho blood qll tond to rob tho ohook of tho ruddy glow of 'health. To rogain lost colour and what, is much moro import ant, to romovo tho eausos of discoloration and wanonessof visago, check irregularities and I'orti lizo tlio_ blood with Udoldho Wolfe's Sehiodam Aromatic Schnapps. — Adv. ; Holloway's Pills. — Invalids distracted by indigostion ,iiul discouraged in thoir soarch for its remedy should mako trial of this novor- failing modieino. A lady, long a-martyr to dyspoptio tor tures, writes that Holloway's Pills mado horfcol (is if aburdonhad boon takon ofl'her. Horspirits, foiinorly low, liavo groatly improved ; lior capri cious appotito has given placo to healthy liungor, lior dull, sick headachohas dopartod, and gradu ally somarvollouB a chango lias boon a fleet...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879
It is no wonder that tho Nowra Municipal Council, which, has heretofore exhibited, a creditable disposition to promote objoets of public utility other than those to which thoy are at liberty to devote the municipal funds, should havo resolved to use whatever influ ence their representative character may givo thom, for tho purpose of delivering their constituents, and the correspondents of thoso constituents on the South Coast from tho inconvenience involved in tho existing arrangements regarding the coast road mail; It is, however, almost surprising — if one could permit oneself to faco surpriso at any amount of ajiatliy among our people— that that inconvenience should havo been so long and so patiently ondurod. It might bo imagined either that tlio correspondence carried on between the districts north and south of tho Shoalliaven Kivcr possossod no greater importance 'than' the gossip of school girls, or that tho people of thoso .districts, though themselves bound to bo content for...
International Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879
Siitcriintioiuil KxliiMtion. SlNOEtlio Commission hns undertaken tho task of carrying out tho Exhibition, applications for . spaco havo been rocoivod from 197 firms in Sydnoy and immodiato neighbourhood for exclu sively colonial productions, Thoso applications covor an area of 24,200 square 1'cot, and do not contain a single exhibit from any of tho numor-: ous committees which aro boing formed all ovor tho colony to co-oporato wiui mo commission. ? 'Applications from 31 Sydney firms aro also to hand for loavo to exhibit maohinory in motion and stationary (all colonial manufactures^ to tho oxtont of 21,il8. squaro foot of space. Numor oiis applications, amounting to about 14,500 square foot, havo likewiao been .received from persons acting as agents; lioro for British, Amorican, and Continental houses, which liavo boon placed '.nndor. thoir cutogorios; thoso havo only booh accoptod nndor the proviso that sufll ciont spaco bo loft in tho various countries mon tionod rospoctivo courts;...