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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879

LOCAL. INTELLIGENCE. To Correspondents.— Tho linos of E. M., ontitlod 'soloct pootry,' do not como up to our standard. Reformed CnuRon of England Service.— Readers who may bo interested in tho roform of tho Church of England Sorvico, may notico by an advortisomont in anothor column that Mr. S. Elyard -will read tho reformed sorvico at Mr. G. Tory's rosidonce, Nowra, next Snnday,:tho 20th instant, at 11 o.m. Bamajiano and Carrarawekl Half-time Schools.— We loam that Mr. John T. Griovo,; of tho Nowra Public School, has boon appointed teachor of theso schools, uudor tho Council of Education — Mr. Griovo will enter on his duties forthwith. It is to bo hoped now that tho Coun cil have sent anothor teacher) that tlio paronts ?will do thoir part and soud their children to school regularly.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879

MISClUBjBjAWSiSOIJS.''.. ' ' Tiie Match jif.tween Laycook and Busir. - — Tho grout aquntio ovont — tlio match botwoon ? Laycbck and Rush — for £100 a sido, which lias ? boon so much talked about for somo timo, was ? brought oil' on Saturday under tlio most favour able mispicos. Tlio Svoatlior was delightfully .'.no. Thoro woro crowds of spectators us woll ? n tlio banks' of tlio rivor as on tlio stoiun ? o 9 and btlior cwift that dottod tho surfaco of tho w.itor along tlio courso from Oharity Point to tho ' Throe Brother's ; and a contost moro gratifying in ovory respect 1ms rarely boon rowed. Hush took tho loud soon after tlio start, and main tained it iiutil within 200 yards of homo, wlion ? Laycook put on a final spurt, passed his oppo nent, and won by ha'f a length, — Herald.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Easter Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879

Easter Monday. This day being generally obsorvod as a public holiday, races and amusements of various kinds was announced to tako placo in tho ' ' Mill Paddock,' and at othor placos in tho district. Tiie Mill Paddock Sports. About threo hundred persons attended to wit ness or tako part in the sports at that highly favoured rendezvous for public recrcation. Tho sports commenced about It .-a.m. Through a discrepancy in tho rules, tlio Hack Handicap of 5 sovs. was takon by W. Linkonbacli's Whalo bone, by cantering round tho courso, that ouo being the only horso ontored tor the race. The noxt ovent was a handicap foot race, for a pair of girths ; distanco, 100 yards. Thoro woro four starters, M. Thompson being tho win nor, closely pursued by W. Murray. Trotting race for £3, for all trotting horses, twice round the courso ; liorsos not to carry less than ton stono. Three started for this prize, aild came to tho winning post iu tlio following ordor — James Mulloy's bay horso, 1 ; W. II. W...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879

TO THE EDITOR 0F-THE TI3r;U0J:AJ'li. Sir, — Will you. pormit ino a small space in youi columns to notico a,.» cominuiiicatioii' which appears in your issue of tho 10th inst.; rolativo to a concort .givoui at Kaiigarori . Valley on the 4tli April. 1 ' '- J, In reading your corros])oiidout's' roi)ort of tlio concert,; I could not help feoling'uhocked at tho unmanly cruelty of his crit ii|ue ' of tlio poiform ancos of a family natiied Robort--oiii -M'ith whom I am entirely' unacquauitod, and tlioroforo little IfliHK intoiosted. ^ 1110 ursc notico 01 tlioso porsous' to wiucli' 1 tako objection is this. ? ' ?,: ' ? ;. ?^?'. ? ' A duot from -'Norma' by tho Misses Robortson of Broughton: Crimk, ? was the- noxt poi-fonnanco, of which it '-may -bar mud,' ? tlio o- young ladies uttompted inoro than was in their. powor— rondoring such a master jiioco.!' What does ho moan ? I shall- notice -only - ono ot^or i soutenco in your correspondent's roport, and it is this. ' ' Then camo Bello Mahono, b...

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Gardeners' Calendar. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879

Oai'dcucrs* Calendar. I .APRIL. I Kitchen Garden. — Lot tlie vacant ground be prepared for planting, by digging up and ?well manuring. Sow lottueo, onions, broad beans, radishes, mustard, nud cross, &c. Earth up celeiy, choosing a dry day for tlio work. Beds for eabbago, cauliflowers, &c., should be got ready. Tlio best heads of cabbage should bo solected and planted out for seed. Asparagus bods will roquiro looking to, by removing decayed stems, and keeping down all woods. Thin out to suit able distances carrots, turnips, &c. Potatoes will need earthing up. Flower Garden. — Attend principally to tho planting of bulbs, arranging thorn in bods according to taste, avoiding overcrowding. Towards tho end of the month tho propaga tion of tho majority of flowering trees and shrubs may bo profitably effected by cut tings, slips, and lay offshoots or divisions of tho root. Borders for beds can now be mado ; tlio choice of plants depend outiroly on tho taste — dalilia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879

Ulawami Stionou Kavigudoit Cttiiipauy. STEAM HITS TIME TABLE. JP 'E .0 M SHO A L II ATE N, Monday, « ii.tn. Tliilisdny, 8 a.m. FROM SYDNEY, Tuesday ami Vriday, at 11 p.m. All moalH supplied during tlio pussagos of tho stoamors freo ol' clitirgo. I ' Tlio Steam. Droghers, undercharge of Captain ' Buchanan, avo al ways plying on tlio Shoalliaven llivor in connection .with tlio Sydney stcuniors. ,. E. MANNING. ; ISnglisIi, Scottish,, and Ausivttlitui ' Chartered Hank. I BRANCH of this Bunk is now OPEN at XJL NOAVEA, Shoalliaven, in temporary, promisos, for tlio transaction of nil usual bank ing business. JOHN DOAVLTNG, Manager. Sydney, otli Juno, 1878. Wanted -« be linown. .-JONES,- Collins-stroot, Kiama, . has 7 V « Horses and Vehicles FOR HIRE. Ho is prepared to run bctwoon Wollongong. and Ulladulla. . . .. A lso, that ho is a cash purchaser of Hides and shins in any quantity. ?- ? ? Mr. W. C. KING, SOLICITOR, & c., ' KIAMA. D. LINDSAY DYMOOK, Auctioneer and Commission Agent,...

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Calendar for April. MOON'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879

Calendar for April. Moon's Age. Full Moon ? ? 7tli, at. 8.29 a.m. Last quarter ? 14th, at 12. 14 a.m. New Moo'n ? ? ? 22nd, at , 14.1 a.m., First quarter ? ?:? 30th, at 12.21 a.m. .2 r — Sun ? , I High -water atShoal p Rises. ? Sots. . | havon Heads. - h. M. it. it; [I II. M. II. M. 17 6 25 5 34 || 5 15 5 41 18 6 20 0.33 I 6 3 6 24 19 6 26 5 32 I 6 43 7 2 20 6 27 5 31 I 7 20 7 38 21 6 28 5 29 I 7 55 8 11 22 6 29 5 28 I 8 28 8 45 23 6 29 5 27 |[ 9 3 I) 21

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Ocean Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879

* ======= B Ocean Mail Tunc T«l-le. Time table for the present month, giving tho dato I on which letters, to bo in timo for despatch by ! the homeward routo, must bo posted at tho prin- I cipal local post-office, as well as tho date on j which foreign letters may bo received aftor tho j arrival of tho outward bound mail stoamors. Pacific Mail, via California. Homoward Routo. | Outward Route. Leaves . I Arrives at Leaves .Arrivosat Nowra. | London. London. Nowra. . April 23 | June 9 | Fob. 27 [ April Id P. and 0. Mail, via Suez. i Homoward Routo. | Outward Routo. I Leaves I Arrives at I Leaves I Arrives at Nowra. | London. | London. | Nowra. April 11 [ Juno 9 | Fob, (i 1 April o E. and A. Mail, via Torres Straits.* Homeward Routo. | Outward Routo. Leaves I Arrives at Leaves Arrives at Nowra. | London. London. Nowra. April 14 j Juno 23 | Feb. 20 April 25 * By this routo letters, not over A oz., markod, ' via Brindisi,' will cost 2d moro than letters marked, ' via Southampton but thoso...

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The Count Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879

The Const Railway. Although the prnjoct for bringiug under discussion in tho Assembly certain resolu tions, affirming tho expediency of under taking the Illawarra Railway, has been during tho present session, once and again, (we beliovo) defeated, whether by accident or design, the scheme itself soems to bo incidentally, so to speak, making progress at both ends, independently of tho efforts Illawarra pooplo, or thoir more especial advo cates, friends, or representatives in parlia ment, or other influential circles. Such, at least, would seom to bo tho natural inference from various picces of uows to bo derived from the ordinary channels of information. How tlio affair may bo affected by scheming and 'log-rolling' among porsons connected with tho government, or by others who can influence ' them,' we aro in no position to say, though fully awaro, in a general viow, that vory much indeed may be thus done or obstructed. Among several deputations which on Friday last enjoy od tho privi...

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Original Correspondence. The Recent Cricket Match. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879

Oi'igimitl Cori'ciiiioiicicncc. The Blecent Criclcct Match. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH, e Sir,— The Rov. Dr. Joft'res, at a rocont mooting in Sydnoy, said 'that his profound convictiort had always boon that a largo number of things in tliomsolvos innocent pure mid good, ought to bo_ brought to bear on young men. With that object in view, lie had in South Australia, knowing that young mon would havo ainuso mont in thoir hours of recreation, started a cricket club in connection with his church. Ho' liad boon takon to task for such an attempt, hut ho porsovorod, and aftor a few yoars of diligonco and practise, his crickot club — which by tho way wont bv tho sobriquet of ' tho Holy' Boys '— beat all tlio clubs in that colony, showing that thoro was something iu tho game which called out tho host powors of thoir natnro.' It is unfortunately accepted as an axiom by a certain class of Christians that tho crickot fiofd is not tho placo for our youths ; and true to toll, in vory many ins...

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MISCELLANEOUS. The Travelling Forger. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879

MISCEIiliAT&TEOUS. The Travelling Forger. ? At the Queanbeyan Sessions on Mondav, before Alfred Maefarland, Esq., Chairman (reports the ' Ago ') John Long, alias John Cunningham, was indicted, for having, at Queanbeyan, forged .a warrant for order for tho payment of £16 14s. with intent to com ? mit defraud. A second count charged the prisoner with uttering. Prisoner who was undefended, pleaded guilty to uttering. At the request of his Honor, tho learned crown prosecutor stated the particulars of the case, savinc that prisoner had pursued the most audacious and systematic course of crime that had ever como before a court of justice. : Thore were two other cases of exactly simi lar nature and for a like sum perpetrated in Queanbeyan, and he believed there were also other cases elsewhere. It was proved that prisoner went by falso names/' and on his arreBt a pocket book was found in his possession, containing a memorandum of route he 'was pursuing, the police stations along the...

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Nowra Municipal Council. TUESDAY, APRIL 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879

Nowra Municipal Council. Tuesday, April 15. I The Mayor took tlio chair at 7 p.m. Prosont — Aldormon Monaghnn, Gray, Elyard, and Moss. I Tho minutes of previous meeting woro road and confirmed. ? FISANCE. _Tho Mayor brought up tho roport of tlio Financo Committee rocommouding payments as follows: — P. Sidney, £4 4s; G. Henry, £3 ; J. Carmody, £12. Total, £19 4s. Tho roport was adoptod'on tho motion of Aldormon Monaghan and Elyard. PETITIONS AND REPORTS. . The Mayor reported that complaints had boon lodged with him, affirming that Isaac Howitt was ^drawing timber without liconso, contrary to tho provisions of tho Council's by-laws, and ho (tho Mayor) had givon tho Inspector of Nuis ancos instruction to procood against said person, but Mr. Hewitt had since called, and givon a comploto and satisfactory explanation, which sliowod that tho drawing of timber by him was not. an offonco against tho by-laws as alloged, honco proceedings had boon staid. 2nd. That agreeably with tho doeision o...

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Earthquakes and Eruptions. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879

Uartlipakes .and BSi'iiittioiis.; ? f From the Times. J .Tin: year 1878 lias already seen moro than its fair share of disastrous earthquakes and. similar phonomena. Thoro aro slight ' tromblements do ?. terro in - one -part- or another of the earth's surface; about once in throo days, but it is onlyroccasionally that sorious outbursts occur s which overwhelm cities, swallow .up whole islands, or raise up tho bed of - tho sea from a fathomless dopth ?to a dangerous shoal. During tlio first half of the present year, however, the intensity of the shocks of oarthqunko and of volcanic eruptions has undoubtedly been on tho incroaso, : and if this continues the thou sandth anniversary of ... the destruction of Herculaueum nnd Pompeii, wliich will occur next j-ear, will bo celebrated in an appropri ate, if an undesirable manner, by tho forces of naturo itsplf. This aotivity lias dovoloped ; itself since June, 1877. In the whole of i 1877 thero occurred, (according to the com- j pilations of...

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Kiama A. & H. Society's Annual Ploughing Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879

Kta.nun A. A IS. Society's Annual Ploughing Match. TnE annual ploughing match, undor tho auspices of the abovonamed socioty, was hold iu ono of Mr. R. Miller's paddocks at Ger ringong, on Friday last. On this, as on pre vious occasions, tho socioty offered liberal inducement to competitors, and tho work was divided or arranged into four classes or matches to suit tho ago or practical experi ence of tho workmen, or the character of tho implement that might bo used. At this match, liowovor, notwithstanding tho liberal prizes offered, and tho inducement of having a paddork almost faultless as a basis of operations, there was a great falling off in the interest ovinced in these contosts as may bo soon from a comparison of tlio ontrios of i last year with those of Friday last ; and i though tho public had free access to tho scene of tho contest there woro not more than about a hundred porsons presont during tlio day. Rather an unusual feature, however, in such gatliorings was the prosonc...

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Shoalhaven Court of Requests. NOWRA, TUESDAY, APRIL 15. (Before His Worship, B. Brown, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879

Shoalliaven Court of ICcqucstHi i Nowra, Tuesday, April 15. (Boforo His Worship, B. Brown, Esq. Philip Ryan v. Honorah Shannon. s Nopartios. , 0.1. Watson v. J. Fitzgerald. V iV: Advertising account, 10s Gd. : ' Plaintiff produced tho copy of tho two items for adyorlisoinonts forwhioh ho claimod payriidnt. Tholfirst itoin was for an advortisomont printed in April, 1870, inviting tondors for i'oncing, nud the othor was a notico to tho shareholders of the Nil Dosporandum G. M. Co., Yahval, printed just 12 months later. Originally, accounts woro rondored to dofondant with only tho ' tondors uuiwguu, UUI lUOLUii.y uiui, ueill wus not dosenbod oxcopt onumoratod in tho usual way ovor tho latest item. Dofondant repudiated tho second account for tho Nil Dosporandum Co., as ho was not justly liable for tho company's debts, bosidos ho had a witnoss who could prove that tho notico te'sliaro ' holders had boon paid. Dofondant also requested 'that the caso bo adjourned for half-an-liour whilo ho...

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THE DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879

' TnB DINNER. i As previously notifiod, tho victors and tho vanquished mot at. tho Town1 Hall, Terrara', at 8 p.m. on tho samo day, whoro an exoollont spread was prepared for them in Host A. Hyam's ?best style. The hall was tastefully decorated with tlio choicest overgroons and llowors to bo found in the district. As tho \nsitor ontored, tlio motto, ' Welcome, Victoria Cricket Club,' con fronted him at tho opposite end of tho room ovor tlio plafctorm. ; Tho arrangemonfc of tho docorations) and tlio display pn tho tablos, was altogether croditablo, and may' bo said to havo boon ono of tho best of its kind that has been soon in Shoalhavon.. Tlio chair was occupiod by J.-Groen, Esq., Mayor of Nowra, having on lus right Mr. - G. Sands, eaptain of tho Sydnoy team, and. on his loft Mr. S. Rjohardson, of tho Nowra Club. T. M. Riohards, Esq. , occupiod tho vico-ohair. Tho company was o£ an inlluoiitial and ropresonta tivo character, and included 'tlio proininout patrons of crickotora m tlio...

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Numba Municipal Council. THURSDAY, APRIL 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879

Kurnba municipal Council. Thursday, April 10. The Mayor (Mr. Jamos Ryan) took tho chair at 0 p.m. Present— Aldormon Condon, Woods, and Dixson. The ininutoB of previous mooting woro read and confirmed. FINANCE. ' In Committoo of Finance, accounts woro examined, and the Council having resumed, tho Mayor brought up the roport, recommending payment of sums amounting to £21 18s. VALUATORS' REPORT. On the motion of Aldormon Dixson and Woods, tho Council wont into committco to oxamino the valuators' roport, and having resumed, tlio amondod roport was adopted on the motion of Aldormon Condon and Woods. Tlio striking of ariit'oof Is in the £, and tran scription of tho valuator's roport into tho rate book, were agrood to pro forma. ' Subject to the approval of tho lioneli, Tuosday tho Gth of May was appointed for hearing appeals at tllo Cnui't-houso,. Aowra, und. tho Muyor u-.-m deputed to arrango with th'o Bonch on tho sub ject. Tho Mayor in reply to Aldormon Dixon stated (1) that the wo.-k ...

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Shoalhaven Police Court. Same Day and before the same Magistrate. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879

Slioullinven Police Court. Same Day and boforo tho same Magistrate. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. John Penniston was brought boforo tho Bonch by Constable Morris, charged with having made use of obscene language at Torrara on tho 12 th inst. Ho pleaded guilty, and it being his first appoaranco boforo tho Bench on such a chargo, he was admonished, and fined 2s. Gd. and costs. Finos, &c., paid.

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BOOLONG SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879

Boolong Sports. Theso -sports (is advortisod, took placo nttho Boolong Flats. Each raco was woll contested, and a vory agroeablp day was spout by tlioso who attondod. The sooretary, Mr. H. Morcholl, lias kindly furnished us with tho following particu lars of the various events : — First Raco. — Handicap of 3 sovs ; for all horses; distatco, about 1 mile. Sovon started for this raco, which was won by Mr. 11; Gardonor's Gazollo ; H. Morschol's Shadow, 4 yrs., 8st, 2;.Numba, 3. Second Raco.— Handicnij hurdle raco. of -2 sovs ; 1 milo ; ovor 4 loaps, 3 foot high. This was a good raco, and rosultod as follows ; John FIjti's Zoo, aged, lOst 101b, 1; W. Frazor's Quickstep, 3 yrs, 10st, 2. . Third Raco. — Handicap, for gout's saddlo; 1 milo. Mr. R. Gardonor's Gazollo, 8st 71b, 1 ; J. Morsoliol's Adaboll, 7st, 2. Fourth Raco. — Handicap, for lady's bridle. In this raco Frazor's Yulotta and Morschol's Shadow ran a doad hoat ; and tho run off was won by Yalotta. Races also took placo for bridl...

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CONCERT AT NOWRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879

Concert at Nowra. - As previously announced, a concert took placo in tho Brass Band Hall, at 8 p.m. Boforo tho hour of commoncomont tho hall was fillod with I visitors from all .parts of tho Shoalhavon district.: JVM' Arthur, Esq., occupiod tho chair; and in a few appropriate remarks introduced tho prococd- i ings. Tho good attendance, ho accepted as an evidence that tho inhabitants of tlio district were I progressing in tlioir appreciation of tho art of i music, which was ovor a hap]iy consoler of tho woariou heart. And while lie was glad to seo so many present, lio informed any that had como for purposes of disturbance that duo provision had boon niado for maintaining ordor. Tho concert oponod with a soloction by tho band, . which was agreeably roiidore'd. Tho programmo of tho ontortainmont was then takou seriatem as follows: — Chorus, I ' A'Liglit in tho Window,' Choir ; solo, ' Old Log Cabin,'' Mr. G. Schaddoll; solo, 'Happy bo Thy Dreams,' Miss Armstrong; Irish mol ody, 'Molly ...

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