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Sydney Blue Metal Supply [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 11 April 1891

. Sydney Slue Metal Supply Mr. Puller, M.L.A. for Kiama, in the course of a conversation witli an Illawarra Mercury representative last wepk, made a statement which, if true, reflects very strongly upon the Rail way Commissioners. According to Mr. Fuller, the Commissioners are paying a great aeai more ior uiuts inuiai now that the quarries are -worked on co operative lines by the men than they were paying previously, and certainly much more than they would have to pay private quarry proprietors. The member for Kiama went further, and insinuated that the Commissioners were pandering to the working men in that matter. He stated that towards the end of last session he had arranged to ask a question in this connection, but some other bon. member forestalled him. The member seeking the informa tion was informed that inquiries would be made in the proper quarter. Parlia ment having gone into session shortly afterwards, no reply was forthcoming, nor has any been received yet. This is a gra...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 11 April 1891

Sporting. A rifle match will take place at Kanga roo Valley on Saturday next, 18tli inst., between teams representing the Kangaroo Valley and Berry Reserve Rifle com panies. A regatta is to bo held at Dapto on 22th April. There are just now over twenty cyclists in and around Wollongong. A win for Shoalhaven. — Mr. T. Herne's b gelding Firstlight won the Hurdle Race, of 100 so vs., at the autumn meeting of the Hawkesbury Race Ulub on Thursday last. Mason was the favorite. The pace was very slow for tho first milo, the five starters being led at the start by Nanki poo, with The Mason last. Firstlight led passing the stand by half a length from Stimulant, Kankipoo, The Mason, Hen gist, all together. Stimulant led from here, The Mason being next, then came Nanki poo, Firstlight, with Hengist last. Nan kipoo lost a lot of ground over the jump at back of course. Three furlongs from home Stimulant came down and The Mason toppled over him. Kelso got out with a slight shaking, whilst English...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Champion Jersey Cow [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 11 April 1891

The Champion Jersey Cow On the 22nd day of April, 1889, Mr. D. F. Appleton, at Appleton Farm, Mass., commenced the test of the Jersey cow Eurotisama (29668) for a year's yield oi butter, and on the 21st day of April, 1890, when the last milk was drawn, she had made nine hundred and forty-five pounds . nine ounces. This makes her the 'Queen of the Jersey world,' and puts her perfor mance ahead of all other butter records of any breed of cows. Mr. Appleton began feeding Eurotisama for this trial with twenty-four pounds of grain per day — one-third each of corn meal, ground oats, and wheat middlings. This was reduced after a month to twenty one pounds, in the same proportions, which for most of the time continued to be the ration to the end. At the end of four months, bran was substi tuted for middlings. The grain was invariably mixed with cold water, ex cepting when some portion of the ration was spread upon hay or ensilage. About three hours per day she had fair pasture and what hay ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 April 1891

Catchy AnvEKr/srira. — Advertising In these days has boon reduced almost to a science. Yet while people read the daily papers,' and glance in a more or less cur sory manner at tho advertisements, fewj nave any idea of the thought and 'trouble required to get up a good 'catchy' advertisement, and tho man who can do .bo can always commands a good salary. Take..- the patent; medicine men, for in stance, for they arc the ones who mostly use tins style of advertising. Ouo hi. use pays its man a salary represented by five figures, though for this he takes charge of the entire advertising of the firm, rocks, lithographing, papors, _&c. His general instructions. arc to this effect: 'Go ahead and advertise, but don't bother the firm.' And who ehall say that these men do not do their work well Who has not started .1 most enter taining anecdote in his paper, and when just reaching the climax found Brown's Balsam, Smith's Salve, Robinson's Relief, or someone else's euro all, in the vulg...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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London Mortgage, Loan, and Deposit Bank. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 April 1891

London Mortgage, Loan, and Deposit Bank. The lion- premisos for the above Institu tion, the entrance to which is at 70 Eltzabethostreet, Sydney, have at length been completed, and the following particu lars are frp'm the Builders and Contractors' News ? under the heading of 'Sydney Improvements.', The premises adjoin Stephen '? Court) and running into. Dymock's late book warehouse at the rear, have been, 'elaborately fitted up by the London Mortgage, Loan, and Deposit Bank,, who will carry on business in future, at this addroBS. . The banking chamber (66ft. x 28ft.) is a large room, and no expense, both in its fittings and choice decorations of its walls, ,hns been spared. InBide is a strong-room with all the latest burglar and fireproof improvements. The en trance, to tho banking chamber presents a decidedly novel appearance, and opens into a richly decorated staircase, withhand some balustrade-and carvpd newells at foot. The Goneral Manager's, Sub-Manager's, Secretary's',, and Ins...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 April 1891

The Case of Captain Dwibar. Captain Frederick Duub-ir,.latc of the Imperial army, lias now reached his eighty-seventh year and tins Jived a life of great vicissitudes. In 1839 Captain Dunbar was invalided homo after a long residence in the tropics, the Medical Board declaring that, his life would bo forfeited with another month's residence in that' malarial climate ; so fat gone was his strength that the medical men advised the Bale- of his captain's commission for the benefit of his sons— whioh, as Captain Dunbar puts it, he very foolishly agreed to, thus losing the chance of promotion which took place bo greatly during tho Crimean' war. Captain Dunbar has lived in Australasia for many years and has seen some ot. the 'most,. stirring' times known in those colonies. He has witnessed the birth and growth of the marvellous city of Melbourne, and would have been W y^Pne °* ! Australia's wealthiest residents, ( but for th'e unfortunate miscarriage of re m mittances from Europe at tho ti...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 April 1891

Flomlwb 1— Fob the Teeth & Throat . —All suffering from irritation of tbe throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief afforded by the use -atV Brown's Bronchial Troches.' These f amour ' lozongtJB ' are now eoH by ? moet respectable chemists in this country at Is. 1M; perbox.. Pecplo troubled -with a '^hacking cough,' a '-slight cold,' or bronchial affectione, oannot try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed topro eress, result in serious Pulmonary and Asthmatic a&octinus. See that the words ' Brown's Bronchial Troches ' are on the Government Stamp arouna each box. — Prepared by John I. Brown & Son.s Boston, U.S. European depot, 33, Far-* rington Road, London, England. Advjoe to Mothers! — Are you broken in rest by a sick child suffering with- the pain of cutting teeth ! Go at once to a chemist and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins low's Soothing Sibup. It will relieve any poor sufferer immediately. It is . jerfecHy harml...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 April 1891

' . ?'?'?' '??';?? ';OH0BOHiSEaweES, ????';; ??7. !\ Divino soryico next Sunday, April 19, aB^nderhotpd:— ? ;i --;??'?' ^ , . ;.'- ^..:^ ~*,V.':.- mpECH.OF.^NOlAljp....;.'; ; ^ ,, Nowi»^iia^^ajkm!^ReV.jlBeBt The.!FJaUs,'?.30f-.tn.-rgRoy. ':3y$a&.i .-;-.- '?'.- ?'??'-? .?'-::;,:'i ; ' PEESBWEEPLN : ?? ?? : ? ' ? 5roWj3ia.TO.— Mr: M'Omish ;7p.ni.— - '.-' . .''. .Rov. W. Anson Smith. Oambewarrft, 2.30 i.ln.— Rev. W. AnBon ?' -? ? r'-sniith. .,?;?.?? .. ?. ?.;'.' ' ??- .. WeBt.Cambewarra, 11 a.m.— Rev, W, ~ '. AiiBon Smith. TomeronR, 3 p.m.— Mr. M'Omish. , Wftndandian, 7 p,in.— Mr. M'Omish,

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 April 1891

.'. SYDNEY MARKETS. Mjisstta. Foley Bbotiiehs' Weekly EKponir. Butter, dairy, Od to lOdpcr ft. ,, separated, lid to Is per ft. Bacon, hand-cured, 7d to 8d per ft. .,-?' machine-cured, Cd tci 7d per ft. Hamsj hand-cured, 8d to 9dper H-. : ,,' -machine-cured, 7-1 to 8d per ft. Pigs, 4d to dd per ft. Calves, 6s Od U- 15b esich Cheese, 4d to 4JJ per ft. Eggs, 2s Od to Os Oil pe- doz. Fowls, 3s Od to 3s 6d per pair Ma'.y.e, 2s 2d to 2s 4d pur busliel Tal'ow, £19 to £20 0s per ton. Potatoes, £3 0s to £3 15s per ton. Bran, 8d to 9d per bushel. Hay, lucerne, £3 0s to £3 10s per ton. , , Oaten, £4 0s to £4 10s per ton. Chaff, £4 0s to £4 6b per ton. Pollard, 9d to'lOd per bushel. Oats, feed. Is lid to 2s Od per bushel. ? „ seed, 2a Od to 2s 2d per busliel. Barley, Capo, 2s 6d toOs Od per bushel. Onions, £3 0s to £3 10s per. ton. Lard, bladder, 4d to 4§d per ft. Flour, £10 10s to £11 0a per ton. Wheat (chick), 2s 9d to 3s Od per bushel. Honey, 3d to 4rl per ft. Geese, 5s Od to 7s 6d per pair....

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Central Shoalhaven Council [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 April 1891

Ceatral'Slioalluvea Council The Central Slioalhaven Municipal Council met yesterday (Friday) at 3 p.m. Present— The Mayor (Mr. J. J. Emery), Aldermen Hugh M'Kenzie, John. Lamond, and D. Hyam. Minutes of previous meeting were adopted on motion by tho Mayor, soconded by Aid. Hyani. Tlmre was no correspon denco, either inward or outward. With reference to the work let to the Messrs. Bennett, the Mayor pointed out that the contract had been entered into a month ago, and the men had failed to take advantage of four week's splendid weather for the performance of the work. Alderman Hyani asked what had become of tho pipes which had been ordered for the Worrigee road. He had sent Woods to the Terara wharf for them, but there were none there, although he understood tho invoice had been received some time ago. The Clerk reported that Captain Buchanan had had them taken by river steamer to the Nowra wharf in mistake, and said he would bring them back next trip. Captain Buchanan promised thataf...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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A Picture From the West. WHAT MAT HAPPEN TO A WIDOW.- THE DARK GLOOM OF DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 April 1891

A Picture From the West. What mat Happjjk to a Widow.— The Dark Gloom of Drath. A Western New South Wales store keeper is a model — not to be copied. He is prominently identified with local Christianity, never drinks, and would rather pray all day than smoke ; yet his soul is smirched by an act upon whioh a continent might well look with contempt. A struggling tradesman of the settlement got into financial diffi culties with the storekeeper, and then took to drink. For several weeks lie was a raving maniac'of the most -pro- nounced type. He never recovered, but staggered to an awful doom, leaving a broken-hearted widow and eight help less children. In the midst of poverty and the dark gloom of death, the Christian storekeeper came like a vision of hell upon the scene, and sold off under a bill of sale every item of furni ture, and every tool of the dead trades man. The saddened family -were jostled into the street by the inhuman man of trade and calico, and were left to perish if ne...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 April 1891

Wbll's Haih Balsam. If g^ay, restores to original color. An elegant dressing, softens und beautifies. No oil or grease. A Tonio BosiorativP. Stops hair coming out ; strengthens, cleanses, heals scalp. ? BEATING'S COUGH pOZKNGES cure Coughs, Asthma, Bronchitis. Medical testimony states that no other medicine is so effectual in the euro of theso dangerous maladioR, One lozenge alone gives case, one or two nt bedtime ensures rest. For relieving difficulty -ot breath ing they arc invaluable. They contain no opium nor any violent drug. Sold by all Chemists, in Tins, la. l$d and 2s 9d each. Certainly tho best mcdiolne kno^n is Sander and Sons' Eucalyptus Extract. Test it* eminently power ful effects in oougfy$, colds, Influenza— the relitlis instantaneous. In serious eosos, - and accidents of all lands, be they wounds, burns, Bcaldings, braises, sprains, it is the safest remedy, no swelling, no inflam mation. Like surprising clients produced in cropp, diptberia, bronsliitis, inflammation ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shoalhaven A. and H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 April 1891

ShoaUiavea. A. and K. Associa tion. The first meeting of the nowly-elected C'linmitteo of the Shoalhavon Agricultural and Horticultural Association was held at the Nowra Public Ilall at 3 p.m. Thursdfly last Present— Messrs. C. Murray, son, (in tho ohair), John Lamond, W. H. Noakes. C. J. B. Watson, Mark F. Morton, W. W. Ewin, and James A. Howitt. Minutes of previous meeting having been adopted, on motion by Messrs. Lamond and Noakes, The chairman said ho was pleased to sec three of the four new members of cominitteo present at that the first meet ing following the annual general meeting of members ; and he was happy to notice they had now Bome good now blood in tbd ranks. Ho felt of late years that he would willingly fall out, but as no new members caino forward he felt inclined to hold on. Several persons whom he thought would bo good workers were low on tho poll at last election, but many of tho committee had often been low on the poll ; it was simply by their work and attention ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Organised Hypocrisy. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 April 1891

Organised Hypocrisy. Our action in Africa says London TnuTH, is nothing but organised hypocrisy. In the South, we give a charter to tlio Duke of Abercorn and t/Q the Duko of Fife, but which we make over to these noblemen a tract of country rather Jargi-r than. France ; and we havo the impudence to derive our right to do this from a vague con cession given by Lobenguln, the mean ing of which he himself says that he did not understand. The Dukes at once send an armed expedition into Loben gula's territory to lay hold of land and to search for gold, whilst to London tho most astounding financing takes place. in connection with this character. In Eastern Africa we make over a huge territory to another Chartered Company, the main business of which seems to be to suppress the slave trade by buying ivory that is sent down from the interior on the backs of slaves. If any German is punished by a ' Sultan ' for running amuck in, bis town, we kindly lend the Cornpany our fleet to bum down the ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Court of Petty Sessions. Nowra, Tuesday, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 April 1891

Court of Petty Sessions. Nowra, TuesdnyT April 14.' ' ' : Sitting Justices : Messrs. J. H. Nisbott, P.M., J. Glanville, John Monaghau, J. P. Brcreton, C. Blacket. Brown v. TayIiOK. — Henry Brown {through his attorney, Mr. Marriott) sued Frank Taylor for tho recovery of £2 16s 4d., ajiount of wages alleged to be due, and a sum nf £10 said to be due on account if the purchase of plaintiff's coach-building busineu. An objection by Mr. Blackmore that tho suit for tho first-named amount should not have been brought under the Masters' and Servants' Act trcis tiphcM, and the information in consaquencc dismissed. With respect to Jic othor claim, it waft shown that under agreement the mm of £12 1C« 4d was in reality claimed, and Mr. Blackmore sub mitted that as the claim had been split the Bench had no jurisdiction. A majority of thoir Worships concurred, and advised plaintiff to take the case to the District Court.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 April 1891

Sporting. Football — It is intended to form a football club in Kangaroo Valley, and to that end several of Ihc young inon nro bestirring themselves. Thk first of a series of Shcfiiold handi caps in Kiama, arranged by Mr. William Austin, was run last Saturday, and was won by W. J. King (7 yds). Tune, 10 1-Bth sec. Distance, 151) y-ls. Turf Club.— There iB somo talk in Kiama of forming a Tuif Club. The absence of a suitable course has always, been a drawback iu that district, but why not strengthen tho Jamberoo club and have two good meetings in tho yuar ? Equestrian Show. — The Wollongong Agricultural Society will hold an eques trian exhibition on their grounds 25i!i May. Tho indefatigable hon. secretary (Mr. J. A. Beatson) anticipates a big success. Mr. James Smith, of Numba, is to be sole judge of all the competitions. Kowiko Club. — A mooting of the rocontly-formed Shonlhaven Rowing Club will be held in Kowra on Fridny evening next, to receive a report from the sub committee appoi...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 April 1891

The Baby on a Battlefield. On tJjo night fitter the battle of Water loo, in the blood-stained, mire of a 'ploughed field, lav an English, ^officer, 4ead where ho fell.— At his side lay tho boJy of his wife, who had followed him from England, and perhaps arrived in time to receive his last sigh. On his breast was their baby, sound asleep', and smiling amid that dreadful scene as though nhgols «vero inspiring its dreams. Ah, God : what a thing is childhood ; touching Heaven in its innocenca and earih. in its agony. While wo have the children how large tho places they fill ! When we lose them how: great tho vacancies they leave ! Bead tho story of an escape, as told by a parent, My daughter Kate, now eleven years old, had always been delicate. She was pnle and thin, and, as it seemed, os though a breath of cold air would destroy her. She was now better, now worse, but never veil. In the summer of 1885, sha complained of a 'onse of weight in tfoo chest and side. Her abdomen was {U&a...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 April 1891

Holloway'a Ointment nnd Pills.— Tra- vellers and Emigrants. — Those who cross the seas change the climate, but they do not change the constitution. The altered conditions of life, the exigencies of travel and other causes render the traveller and emigrant peculiarly liable to diseases and accidents when far from efficient medical aid. With these associated remedies at hand they may be said to have a physician always at their call, and they may be cer tain that situations will be constantly (truing in which they will require a ready resource in time of need. The directions for use which accompany each box and pot of Hollo way's Pills and Ointment are written in plain aud simple language, and aro applicable in fill Qa?es,

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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South Coast Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 April 1891

South Coast Notes The Anglicm Primate visited Wollongong on Thursday last, and was presented with an address at St. Michael's schoolroom. Ainor.gst tho comparatively few buildings now standing in Kiania that were erected in the early days of the town, the old house standing on a block of land at the corner of Collins and Minamurra-streets is one of the most ancient. The ground which it occupies being required for railway purposes, steps have {says tho Re portkr) been taken for its removal. The house was erected in the days of the early pioneers for an hotel, and for., a number of years was used for that purpose. Afterwards it was known as ' Illawarra House Academy, ' being the residence of a teacher whose fame attracted scholars from Sydney on the north and from Shoalhaven on the - south. Later the Municipal Council transacted its business within its walls, and finally it was converted into a boarding establishment. Were its doom not sealed by the requirements of modern civilisation...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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HE MEN WHO MISS THE TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 April 1891

fHE MEN WHO MISS THE TRAIN. % loaf aroun' the deepo just tq see the Pull man SOCflt, W to see the people scamper w'cn they hear the ingjflo toot ; f^ut w'at makes the most impression on My eomew'at active brain. js the careless man wljo gets there jest in time to miss the train. An' some cuss i -the railroad coniji'ny an' some loudly cubs tlieir stars, An' some jest gallop down the track an' try to catch tho oars ; All' some wifl» a loud laff an' joke will poultice up their pain — ¥kt' us kin's er people get there jest in time to miss the train, £n' there is many deepos an' flag stations 'i|:hout name, Along the Grand Trunk Bnilroad that loads to wealth and famo. jAn' men rush to those docpos as fast as they can fly, As the train of Opportunity jest goes a-thundciin' by. They rush down to the stations with their hair all stood on end, ^s thp platform of the tail-end car goes whirtyn' roun' the bend ?, £n' some mon groan an' pry aloud an' some oonco.il their pain, Wen thty find that ...

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