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DENILIQUIN. April 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879

DENILIQUIN.- . April 10. . : Eoloy, Jtaco, Thompson, and Hickon woro charged at tho Moania Police Court, to-day, with a breach of tlio pcaco by lighting ;i prizo fight. Tho iiccusod werodefgnddd by Messrs. JL'Namara and Giillott, of Doniliqiiin, and woro discharged, as the polico fuiled to provo that tho ofionco was a prize fight.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHOALHAVEN UNITED C.C. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879

Siioaijiaven United C.C. . First InniiiKS. ? J. Graham, b Polloy ? 9 J. Glanville, o H. Pitt, b A. Pitt . . . ... ... Ji J. Bailey, c and b Polloy . . ... .... . ... . . . 1 F. Longloy, o 1?. Pitt, b Holdsworth ...... 10 W. Noakes, b A. Pitt ? ? ? ? 0 A. Gordon, c Funcourt, b A. Pitt ? ? ? 0 S. Richardson, b A. Pitt. .......... . . . . ; ... 0 55. Bico, c A. Pitt, b Holdsworth .... ... .... -1 II. M'Konzio, not out .......... ........... 4 J. Mulloy b A.. Pitt . . . . . ... ? ? ? ? ? ..... . .. 0 II. Lovogrovo, b A. Pitt ? ? ? ? ? 0 Log byos ? ? 1 Total - ? ? ? ? ? ? . 34 i Second Innings. S. Richardson, b Holdsworth. . . ......... . . .3 H. Mackenzie, b A. Pitt. ? ? ? ? 20 J. Glanvillo, c Sands, b Holdsworth ? ? 0 Z. Bice, O'J. Leggo, b Sands. . . . . ...... 10 F. Longloy, c Jl Leggo, b Polloy. . .... . . . 4 J. Graham, b Holdsworth ? ? ? ? ? ? 1 A. Gordon, b Holdsworth . ......; ? 9 W. Noakes, b Sands .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 J. Bailoj', c and b Sands ? ? ? 1 H. Lovogro...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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COOMA. April 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879

COOMA. ? Anril 12. Jilr. Hayos reported that an annod man bailed up his lioiisohold yostorday, at Micliolago, lind robbed his storo. Captain liattyo comniunicatod tho circumstances to Sonior-sorgoant, Bronnan, of Quoanboyan, who promptly pursued and clovorly captured tlio desperado.

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

Cricket Jllak'li. A matoit at ci-ickot botwoon tho Victoria Club, of Woollalira, Sydnoy, and a Snoalhavon team, was played at Worragoo, in Mi-. Howitfs pad dock, on Saturday last, tho 12th instant. The Sydnoy toam arrived by steamer on Friday, and on tho following day botook thonisolvos to tlio contest. For tho Sydnoy team Mr. Sands was captain, Mi'. R. Fancourt, umpire, and Mr. Burnott scorer. Tho Shoalhavon toam was cap tained by tlio votoran plavor A. Gordon, of . ? 'w n n:„« is ? J.P. ; 6coror, Mr. Howitt. Tho fiolding of tlio Sydnoy combatants was considered to bo very good; and tho bowling of Mr. Holdsworthinuch admired. Tho officionoy of tho visiting team was reducod by tlio unavoidable absonco of thoir principal bowler, Mr. Broakspearo, and ono of their best batsmon, Ifr. E. Grogory. Annexed ai-o tho scores : — Yictoria (Sydney) C.C. 1 First Innings. , J. Holdsworth, b A. Gordon ? ? ? ? ? 1-1 J. Leggo, b Longloy ? ? ? ? 1 ? i G. Pollov, b A. Gordon ; . 31 H. Pitt,'b A. Gordo...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Cable Intelligence. London, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879

Cable Initelligeiice. fFrom the Ilcruld. 1 London: Anril 9. Advices rocoivod -from tho Capo Town to tlio I 25tli ultimo state that a convoy of supplies when procooding on tlio 12tli March to Limsborg, accompaniod by 104 mon of, tho SOtli Hogimoiit, was suddenly attacked by 4000 Zulus; tho mon, though previously alarmod, woro completely ovorwholmod. Ono captain and forty mon were killod, and twontymon aro missing. Forty suc ceeded in reaching Limsborg, but tho guns, ammunition, and convoy foil into tho hands of tho ononiy . Tho dead wero afterwards rccovorod and buried. : . - . - . Tho forco for tlio roliof of Ekowo was to start from Natal tho day following, tho doparturo of 'tlin-innil-nV-i-' flin'OM-ViilfimA '- Tho majority of tlio roinforcoinonts from England havo ^arrived at Natal.1 ? 'Tlio Standard publislios an article announcing that if the Klicdivo : neglects tho; fi'iondly warn ing of England and Franco, and fails to rotriovo liis prosont conduct, tho. Sultan of Turkey will,...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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MELBOURNE. April 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879

MELBOTJBNE. Anril 10. ? Tlio roport of tho 'Wiberg Board has boon sont to tlio Acting Oliiof Soorotary. It blames tho threo detectives sovoroly,'' especially Mahony ; but says that tlio ovidonco does not justify any charge against tlio dolectives of arrangement or connivanco at tlio escape. Still thoro was oul 'pablo cnrolossnoss ; ' aud,' with regard to Mahony, tlioro aro said to bo many suspicious circum stances. Uiphthoria is vory prevalent m tho 'VVimmora district, wlioro a thousand rabbits havo boon poisoned and loft to decay. Tho Odd Follows presontedah address of wol como to tho Governor today. : ?!. April 12. JCace, Foley, ..and Thompson wero. arrested on thoirlarri-nil-'froni~!lffow'Soiitli Wales on 'rhurs day night, lind-woro charged with . eiltoring' into' a conspiracy to committ a broach of tho poaco. They woro formally romanded till Otli May. April 14. Honory, Lcstrango mado a balloon ascont from the Agricultural Socioty's grounds this afternoon. For a time all was succ...

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POETRY. The March of the Years. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 April 1879

F O E T Il Y. The Mnrclt of tlic Tears. ' 0 TnE years tlrat go do^vn into silence, Thnt tiro heavy with clovtd and Avilh rain, Or bright with the sunshine which coineth To gladden oxistonce again ! How they march, march, march, hearing hurdons, Theso wonderful, mystical years, And some aro mado bright hy thoir gladness And some are made gloomy with tears. How wo look for them, long for them, hope for them, How wo grasp thom and lore them or hato 'With our hoarts that aro glnd or dospondent, That despair, or are fondly olate. How wo patiently watch for thoir promiso As oach day comes hut onward to glide ; How thoir sails glimmer white in tho distanco, Borne on hy tho wind and the tido. So tho years thoy march on, disappearing, And tho yoars thoy march on into view, And whatovor wo missed in tho Old Tear Shall ho brought to our hoarts in the Now Wo strotcli out our hands in our longing To wolcomo tho march of their foot ; Tho old may he full of life's hit, tor, , But tho now shall ho ...

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

ANTED, a s(/)ad-/ ilAN, as GEOOM. Apply to G.L'H' -MSON, Nowra. PltOjnSSORY NOTE BOOKS for Stilo at tlio oflico of this papor. . For Sale, ? - ,, * O T'A T O O N 10 N S/ for Jscod. X , j.!Gbeen,....;.. -: i Post Qllico Storo, / / 'Nowia. T)ULU for SiVLE, ftt / / ' ' i- i, 1 . ?J.fefaEEN'S l (Post Oflico Storo, i '- ' ? - 1 -? i Nowra. ALL Nos. ''WIRE NAILS, 3d por' jt\- lb. J..GBEEN, Post Oflico Storo, Nowra. LING FISH I yLING FISH^I LING F I S h'/ in\ fine condition, at /. GREEN'S (/ Pest Oflico Storo, Nowra. Stcforinctl CSiw 'cS» off EcugBaml Sen See. MR. GEORGE jfOR ' li/inp kindly granted tho uso of alBooi i iiniis lionso at Nowva for tho puiTioso, tho ill ivo Sorrico will bo liold thoroin on SUNDAY K 3XT, tho 20th instant, at 11 o'clock a.m. ' AMUEL ELYARD. NOTjllCE. ME CM !l/ IBELS DESTRESfitto o known that ho had NO CON: ECT.10N AVHAT ? 33VER with tho Ci NCERT hold in tho Brass Baud Hall, fowra, on tho ovon ingof EastorMoiK ty, tho 14th instant ; and also that III! NAME, as C...

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The Championship of the World. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879

The Championship of the World. i Tiie form which William Elliott, of Blyth, displayod in Monday's raco has onco more drawn attention to the- fact that tho highest aquatic titlo, tho Championship of tho World, still remains with Edward Trickett, of Sydney, Australia, and we should bo glad to hear that a movement had boon started to I j send tho present champion of England to I tho antipodes to endeavour to bring buck tlio proud distinction of : which this country was deprived when Joseph H. Sadler suffered defeat. In an informal sort of way tho sub ject lias during-the ? week beon. undor con sideration of Elliott's backers, and wo believo that tho Blyth sculler will forego all other : engagements in order to have an opportunity of measuring blades with Trickett. James Taylor, too, has oxpressed his willingness to accompany liim on his long voyage as pro fessional trainer, but tlio heavy expenses which will havo to be incurred — somewhere about £300, independent of the stake, it is es...

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Death of the Daughter of Captain Cook. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879

Bcatli of the Daughter of Cnptuin Cook. Tiie ' Daily Tologrepli ' of tlio 25tli Septem ber 1807, thus ulludos to this occurrouco: — Fifty thousand gold-diggors aro working to-day iu tho New Zealand gullios. Syduey is a sploudid capital, with palaces and rail ways. Victoria and Queensland liavo so many sheop that thoy boil wliolo flooks down for tallow. At tho ' Socioty Islands tho newspapers aro anxious about tho houlth.of his Majesty tho king— an ally of ours, and u .. lugiujr .-.uiuijjiiiviuu ...^uieyu;. died last wook w'lio would , recolloct whon New Zealand, Australia; and Otaliitti had no moro existence for tho -.world, than the undiscovered islands.'} A littlo old woman, Mrs. Ann lliimsoy, of Colchestor, was a few days back positively older than tho vory oarliost records of civilisation in any ono of these rich young states; Whon slio quavered out tlio words, ' in tho days whon I; was a girl,' slio spoko tlio first sentence iu tlio his tory of all tlioso robust now tlironos an...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Sydney Butchers and Butchers' Meat. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879

M5SCEIiIiA\TEOUS. Sydney Butchers and Butchers' meat. It having boon a matter of complaint that the butchery establishments of Sydney wore not what such should bo in regard to cleanli ness, oto. The 'S. IT. Herald' has com menced an exposure which will doubtless havo tho desired effect:— VJUU UJ. U.-J nm II j iiouuu iiu.iuimumLm.j six butchers in Sydnoy, there aro not abovo thirty who havo clean establishments, or places from which, people might expect to be served with clean good meat. Most of tho shops are vory dirty, with premises wholly unsuited for tho purposes of a respectable butcher's businoss. In tho centi'0 of a neighbourhood which perhaps abovo all othors should bo supplied with good meat, for the locality is low-lying and one in which febrile and other diseases are likely to lurlc and trouble the population, is a butcher's shop which does a veiy fair if not a very extensive trade. Flies swarm about tho door and the largo window, and around the various centres of attracti...

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POETRY. A New Poem by Lord Byron. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879

POETSIT. I A. Slew IPoem by &or-l Byron. The following imprinted poom by Lord Byron is taken from tlio recontly published memoir of the Hot. Trancis Hodgson, tlio friend of tho poet: — NEWSTEAD ABBEY, AUG. 26, 1811. In the dome of my aires as tho clear moonlight falls, Through silonco nnd shade o'or its dosolato walls, It shines from afar liko tho glories of old ; It gilds, but it warms not — 'tis dazzling, but cold. Let tho sunbeam bo bright for tho youngor of days : 'Tib tho light that should ehino on a raco that decays, ?Whon tho stars aro on high and tho dows on tho ground, And tho long shadow lingers tho ruin around. An 4 tho stop that o'er-echoos tho grey floor of stono Falls suddonly now, for 'tis only my own ; And sunk aro tho voices that sounded in mirth, And empty the goblets and dreary tho hearth. And vain was oach effort to raise and recall Tho brightness of old to illumino our hall ; And vain was tho hope to avert our doclino, And tho fate of our fathers has fad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879

OITND, a SADDDE, wliicli tlio owner may . have on applica»iii to tlio undorsignod, by describing sume, : aVl iiaying cost of this notico. / I ' J. W. GllEItEIT, ' Cn/nniorcial Stores, , / NowTa. T E Mjl E U 8. 1 ® rglENDEBS invitod niVrecoivod up - to 30th X April, for MM 'HiG, &c., BANK PBE- I MLSEi^. . , Tlio lowomo! any Tendor not nocos- i siirily accoptoil.- Apply ! IA1STAGEB, Commorcial : liiuilc, Shoalhavon. M O I I e E , (, -nnHE:I. S. N. CO.'rf f/rEAMEB, will, on and X after Ai.ril 2fl(li/ «Wat BEOUGHTON CBEEIC oil TQESDlYS, leaving at' ONE O'CLOCK, until further notico. A. BUCHANAN. ? ? ? - . ? ? Iv# of ConfirniMtioii. - TT is tho intention (fife. LOUD BISHOP; of: 1 Sydney , to hold a» CONFHIMATION SEB-' VICE for tho district -of Shoalliavon, at ST./ JOHN'S CIIUBCII, Torrara, -on SUNDAY, -t'i !MAY, at 1 1 a m. i ^ , T)ULU for SALE, at - 1 ' ?' I 1 J. GREEN'S ? ? - - 'Post Office Storo, , 4 A ' / . Nowin. ^LI^'Nos. Wyii3/_N AILS,. 3d pon J. GjREEN, ' ? I Post Oflico ...

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Gardeners' Calendar. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879

Gardeners' Calendar. APRIL. ! Kitchen- Garden. — Let tho vacant ground bo i / propared for planting, by digging up and ?well manuring. Sow lettfuce, onions, broad beans, radishes, mustard, and cress, &c. Earth up colery, choosing a drv day for the ?work. Beds for cabbage, canh'flowers, Ac., should bo got ready. Tho bost heads of cabbage should bo selected and planted out for seed. Asparagus beds will require looking to, by removing docayod stems, and aunu nccua. IIUU UUl W BlUlr abla distances carrots, turnips, &c. Potatoes ?will need earthing up. Flower Garden. — Attend principally to tho planting of bulbs, arranging thom in beds according to taste, avoiding overcrowding. Towards tho end of the month'the propaga tion of the majority of flowering trees and shrubs may bo profitably effected by cut tings, slips, and by offshoots or divisions of tho root. Bordors for bods can now bo mado ; tho choice of plants dopond entirely on the taste — daliliahs, lavender, pinks, &...

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Cable Intelligence. London, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879

CntoJe Intviligviicc. (Prom the Jhruld.J London, April 14. Tlio latost nows from Turkoy. states ? that on I Saturday hust tlio, Sultan i- had -not decided .what courso to pursuo in roforonco to tlio Ifhcdivo. ? i London, April 17. Advices from the Oape Town to tho 1st instant i stato thata relieving -forco'- 'for - Ekowo started from Natal oil tlio 28th March. : It : consists of 0000 men, who tako with; tliom a largo quantity of Gatling- rockots. Nows rccoiveil from tho reliovifig column on tlio 30tli' reports all woll: Colonol Pearson: signalled,: that, ho saw tlio vanguard of tlio column; approaching ho also signalled intolligonco to tlio effect that 200 . of tlio -garrison-,' aro disablod, and that oulv '300 olio t'vos aro loft. Thirty-fivo thousand Zulus surrounded Ekowo awaiting tho arrival-ot tho rolioving-forco;' , :: - Two thousand Zulus: attackod WooiI'b camp, Lunoberg. Al'tor four hours' lighting,lho onomy woro do foated. Tho British :loss , was . sovon ollicors and sovout...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879

To our Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not receiving , thoir papor regularly will obligo by promptly communicating tho fact to tho pro prietor, at the office of tins papor. Public Notice. MR. JAMES ARMSTRONG, Postmaster, of Terrara, will recoivo ORDERS for ADVERTISEMENTS or JOB PRINTING on my account ; and all orders for such loft at his premises up to 3 p.m. on ovory 'WEDNESDAY, will meet -with prompt attontion. JOSEPH WESTON. Telegraph Printing Office, Nowra, March 17, 1879. %\t Skleptjjfj, AND SEOALItA VEN ADVMRT1S1SH. Published every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1879.

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ADELAIDE. April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879

ADELAIDE. A:iril 17. It is reported that a tologram lias boon received from London,: intimating, ;the intention of tlio Bov. C. II. Spurgcon 1o visit Australia. . Tho Oliambor of Manufactures havo resolved ? to interview the 'Government, and ask them to sink an artesian woll near Adolaido with: a: view of getting a supply of water.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879

As a mattor naturally connected with the subject of our last leading article, wo may appropriately notice tho contents of tho document, which for some time past has figured so conspicuously in front of the vari ous local post offices, and bears the signature of the Postmaster-General — ' Saul Samuel,' to wit. The intelligent public, every single member whereof is supposed by a necossary fiction to bo acquainted with tho law so far as it regards his own duties, aro reminded by tho nbove-montioned notico that lettors are not to bo carried by private hands ? and that anybody who defrauds the revenue by carrying gratis a pieco of paper — sealed up, wo presume — by the carriage of which Her Majesty's revenue might realize the amount of two pence, is liable to a heavy fine. The sender, wo believo, stands in the samejjredicament. These are responsibilities, of which, in spito of the necessary fiction above mentioned, very many porsons have; we suspect, no idea. The penalty, we believe, ext...

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MELBOURNE. April 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879

MELBOURNE. Anril 16.. Tho fato of Mr. Yarrow, .who has beon missing for somo timo, -has boon oloarod up by liis skele ton boing found in tho.Tallarook liangos. Sinco his (loath a fortuno lias, boon loftliim in Eng land. ???ArHiur.M?Covoy, lato member of tlio: firm of J. anil A. M'Covoy, clothing manufacturers; was : sentenced to nino months' , /imprisonment for fraudulent insolvency. ' Two witnesses gavo prisoner a good character as a commercial man. A -|Wi, hi Klin nf nm«n. invncfn.l . ' faro of the .Kolly sympathisers liail an iniorviow i ?with Sir Bryan O'Loglilon to-day, and rcpro- i sonted.that tho men had been in gaol foiv.tlie past throo inontlis, and no ovidonco was brought I against tliom. Thoir farms wore boing . ruined,' and thoir families brought to povorty,.in conso- i quenco of tlioso mon being incarcerated. -Sir Bryan O'Loglilon said thoro was ovidonco against , somo of tlio niou whieh would bo brought for ward at lliO proper timo. .? ? ? . ? ? '? ? . April 17.., It i...

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DENILIQUIN. April 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879

DENILTQUIN. Anril 18. Tho trial of tho Hatfiold bushrangers, for | wounding constablo' Power with the intent to jnm'dor, occupied tho wholo of tho day. Tho court was crowded. Evidence was givon of all tho circumstances from tho commencement at Hatfiold to tbo affray previous to tho arrost at Kilfora. No ovidonco was called in dofonco. Mr. M'Dormott nddrossed tho jury on behalf of Gorman, and Mr, O'Byan dofondod the othor prisonors. Aftor au exhaustive summing uu bv Sir William Mauuinir, tho iurv rotirod at half-past 9 o'clock, and roturnod iiito Court in a fow minutos with a verdict of guilty, but recommonded jirisoners to mercy — Ilobbs on account of boing a cripplo, and tlio othors on account ot thoir youth. Thoy woro remanded until to-morrow for sentence. April 19. . Tho Hatfield bushrangers woro brought up for sontonco this morning, und appeared anxious and subdued. Hobbs mado a statomont that ho had boon a sailor for- nineteen years, and was unfortunato. IIo once narrowly oscap...

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