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Shoalhaven Police Court. NOWRA, TUESDAY, APRIL 22. (BEFORE their Worships A. De Mestre, H. G. Morton, B. Brown, Jas. Monaghan, W. Fraser, and Z. G. Bice, Esqs.) BREACH OF BY-LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879
Shoalhavcn 1'olice Court. Nowra, Tuesday, April 22. (Before thoir Worships A. Do Mostro, H. G. Morton, B. Brown, Jas. Monaghan, W. Frasor, and 22. G. Bico, Esqs.) BREACH OF BY-LAWS. _ Richard Goulding, and J. Morris, woro oaoh fined us, and 4s lOd costs, for a broach of tho Numba Council's By-laws, by allowing cattlo to stray on tho roads of tho municipality.
BRISBANE. April 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879
BEIS13ANE. Anril 10. Grand specimens woro found in No. 2 North Lady Mary, Gympio, yesterday afternoon. Ono block of quartz is ostimatod to contain 700 : ounces. 'i'wonty-ouo tons of stono from No. 2 North I Lady Mary, Gympio, yiolded 1-19 ounces gold, i A ono-oighth slinro in this claim has boon pur chased bv Goaigo Cowlishaw, of Brisbane, for £1.500. ?' April 19. A rush has takon plaao from Charters Towors to Fanning Bivor. , Tho prospectors got a roof 9 foot thick at tho outcrop, with oxcollont pros pects. Extonsivo roofs oxist in tho same looality .
Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879
Mhoalhavcn Shipping^ Intclllgcnoc. ARRIVALS.'4 , April 9. — Ulawarra (s.), from Sydney. ,, 11. — Illawarra (s.), from Sydnoy. DEPARTURES. April 10.— Ulawarra (a.), for Sydnoy. „ 13. — Henrietta (schooner), for Wollon gong ; and Promiso, (ketch), for ICiama.' ? „ 14. — Illawarra (a.) for Sydney. EXPORTS. Per Hlawarra (a.), Captain J. Garde, on tlio 7th April, 1879, to Syduoy : — 3G0 bags maize, IS kogs butter, 6 cases eggs, 32 bags potatoos, 11 cheesos, 9 bags oyeters, 3 horses, 1 bag bags, and sundries. Per Illawarra (b.), Captain Gardo, on tho 10th April, 1879, to Sydney: — 25G kegs butter, GO pigs, 34 chooses, 252 hags maizo, 06 bags pota toes, 20 coops poultry, 12 casos eggs, 15 bags oysters, 2 casks tallow, 12 bags bacon, 4 pack ages tubs, 2 casos cheeso, and sundries. To Eama : — 7 bags maize, 4 casks, 1 parcol, 1 box poultry, 2 bags potatoos. To Wollongong : — 15 bags maize, 1 bag hides. Per Illawarra (s.), Captain J. Gardo, on the 14th April, 1879, to Sydney : — 74 bags maizo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879
lllavrnirrn Mfinsi ISavijfaJioii Company. STEAMER'S TIME TABLE. R 0 M S II 0 A L n A V E N, Monday, 6 a.m. TlmrHilay, S a.m. | FROM SYDNEY, Tuesdny an«l Friday, at 11 p. in. | All meals supplied during tho passages of Iho stoumoi'8 Tree of chargo. ? The Stoam Droghers, under chargo of Captain Buchanan, are always plying oil tho Shoalliavon River in connection with tho Sydney steamers. E. MANNING. IKtiglisIi, Scottish, and Aiislraliim Chartered Iliiiik.' A BRANCH of this Hank is now OPEN at XA_ NOAVRA, Shoalliavon, in lomporary premises, for tho transaction of nil usual bank nig business. JOHN DOAYLING, : ? . Mahagor. Sydnoy, 5th Juno, 1S78. Wanted to be Known. ? ? 'TT7~ JONES, Collins-street, Kinina,' has Y T ? Horsos and yohiclcs FOR HIRE. Ho is prepared to vim between AYollongong and Ulladulla. Also, that Iio is n. cash imrchiiscr of Ilidos and skins in any quantity. ???? ''' Mr. W. C. KING-, SOLICITOR, & c 1 1 : : KIAMA. D. LINDSAY DYMOCK, Auctioneer and Commission Agent,...
Calendar for April. MOON'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879
Calendar for April. Moon's Age. ? — ? -Full Moon........ 7tli, at 8.29 a.m. Last quarter ...... 14th, at 12.14 a.m. Now Moon ? ? 22nd, at 14.1 a.m. Erst quarter ..... . 30th, at 12.21 a.m. S r — -Sun- — i I High water at Shoal ? 0 ? Itisos. ' Sets. | lmven Heads. ii. m. n. sr. . ; ii. at. it. xt. 21 0 30 o -26 9 39 9 57 ' ? ?- 25 G 31 ' 5 25 10 16 10 35 ' - 26 6 32 5 24 ' 10 55 11 15 ; ? 27 6 32 5 23 11 36 11 58 28 6 33 '5 22 — 12 21 29 6 34 5 20 12 45 1 12 30 0 35 5 19 I 1 42 2 17
Ocean Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879
Ocean Mail Time Table. Time table for the present month, giving the dato on which letters, to bo in time for despatch by tho homoward route, must bo posted at the prin cipal local post-office, as wall as tho (lato on Which foreign letters may bo received after tho arrival of the outward bound mail steamers. Pacific Mail, via California. Homeward Eoute. | Outward Route. Leaves I Arrives at I Leaves I Arrives at Nowra. | London. | London. | Nowth, Agril23_J__-_Juno_9_J_J?obJ27_J_-iAprU2S^ P. and O. Mail, via Suez. Homeward Eouto. | Outward Route. Leaves Arrives at I Leaves I Arrives at Nowra. London. [ London. | Nowra. April 11 Juno 9 | Feb. 6 | April 5 E. and A. Mail, via Torres Straits.* Homoward Eoute. | Outward Eouto. Leavos Arrives at Leaves Arrives at Nowra. London. London. Nowra. April 14 j Juno 2;S j Fob. 20 April 25 * By this route lottors, not over A oz., marked, ' via Brindisi,' will cost 2d moro than letters marked, ' via Southampton but tlioso by tho , forrnor route will ...
FORBES. April 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879
FORBES. 1 April 1G. , ? Callow s quartos crushing mill; :;togotlior with an oxtonsivo steanv- eawingr. and planing plaiit;: was completely, destroyed by fire : hist night. ? Tho ? promisos woro about a mile from Forbes on tlio site of tho Old Consols Company. Tlio fire boll first rang about half-past 10 last night, awl in a low minutes tho firo-engino was on its way. Boforo going far, however, it was evident that /.milrl nrnvont ,l„„i ? 14 ? _C ? the proporty, and the ongino was loft behind. Tho promisos and plant werer insured about two months ago in tho City Mutual Company for '£800. The proprietor aud his son woro asleep on tho promises, and had to bo dragged out of ?bod, ov thoy would havo perished in the Barnes.
SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 7 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879
SYDNEY. 'YVtiwesday, 7 p.ir. In tho Uppor Houso, on motion for second' l'oadidg of tho Chinoso Immigration Bill, it was thrown out by a majority of fourteen to five. . Council refused to' alter tlio docision . of expunging tlio eligibility ? of attornies for additional judges. .. Dr. Iiowkor obtained: loavo to bring' in a bill to deal with tlio qualifications of Medical Prac titioners. ? Ho said 12,000 porsons died annually lniilor treatment ot niouieal nion, anil tlw public woro boing ilocoivbil by ignorant charlatans. Tho debate on tlio second reading of tho Land . Bill was resumed by Mr. Greonwood, followed by Mossrs. M'Elhono and Murphy, and further adjourned. . - Further progress was mado in tlio Estimates. Samuol Allou, a workman engaged at tlio Exhibition Building, foil from a hoiglit of 20 1'cot, anil fractured his skull. Ho diod an hour afterwards. ? Tho Kelly sympathisers woro again brought u|) at Ucoeliworh ' and discharged, : tho Polico Magistrate declining to grant a fu...
BACK CREEK. April 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879
BACK CHEEK. f From the Sydney Papers. ) April 10. Connolly and Williams, in the new sliaft; - struck tho i eof 20 feet deoj) ; it is 18 inches wide, and showing good gold; all through; '.Tho stono looks as woll as. anything yot found on this placo. .. It is on the Dose and Thistle line. April 18. ' Tho Mint ' Company, Chalmers Bnehmg nnd ; ; Company, struck a rcef in the tunnel- 200 foot ' below the eastern: main shaft. It is thrco foot wido, with payable prospects, -.-?~:-bomo quartz now being raised to ??? tlio Burmco: ; from tlio Lady Matilda Company's mine,-is pro i iliounced to bo equal. to 'any stono on this gold- * iiold. April 10. Cripps, Ireland, and Company crushed at AVilliains and Company's now machine, right ? hand branch, 38 tons of quartz from-which 130 oz. of gold Wore dollied previously, and ft has now yiolded 67 oz; additional, , which gives tlio, handsome ' avorago of 5 oz. . 8 dwts; to the ton; 'This is a good for. a now mnchino, and is a ? ? contradiction to tho...
Sydney Current Market Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879
Sydney Current HHitrlict 1'rices. Flour, £!) 0s to-Jil3 0s por toii ; potatoes, .£4 0s to i'O 10s per ton ; maize, 2s 9d to 3s Oil per bushel ; buttor, !)d to Is per lb ; , choose, 2d to fid por lb ; bacon, (id to Sd por lb ; 'hides, 2d to 3d por lb ; pigs; 3Ad to 'fid per lb ; calves, 7s (id to i'l each; fowls 3s. (id to lis 9d por pair ; ducks, ?Is Oil to -Is 3d per pair ; turkovs, 8s Od to 1:1s pel' pair ; geese, 7s tidpor pair ; eggs, Is (id tols 9d ? per dozen. London, April 21. Tho repressive measures adopted by tho Guar to overawe subjects, havo brought; about very different results. Bussian loyalty- ro fuses to bo warned or stimulated by cruolt}' and -oppression. . Serious' riots, during which , groat oxcossos woro committed, hftvo occun'ed at '-'Bostof '? on Lake Nero, and woro ouly.'quieted by soldiery. ? Tlio wholo of'Bussia may now bo said to bo iu a stato of seigo. ?
Odd Fellows' Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879
Odd Fellows' Ball. A ball to colobrato tho twelfth annivorsary in oonnoction with tho Shoalliavon Southern Cross Lodge of Odd Follows, was given by its mem bers at tho Town Hall, Torrara, during tho night of Wednesday, tlio 16th instant. As wo havo not previously found occasion to say much in roforonco to 'Tho Town Hall,' a word or two in description of it here will not bo considered out of placo. This structure, tho sito of which aujoniM alt. Ji.. juyams jtoyai iiotoi, is com modious, lofty, and . well, vontilatod, being GO foot in longth, 24 foot in '.width, and in hoiglit, from tho summit , of tlio dome to tho floor, 23 foot. With the exception of tho frame work and li.iing, tho hall is constructed entirely of galvan ised iron. Iusido, tho wliolo of tho wall spaco beneath tho roof is lined with orogon pino, tho space between which and the outer wall is packed with material that acts as a non-conductor of sound, so that although the building is in ono of the most convenient and po...
Revision Court. Same Day.—Same Bench. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879
.Revision Court. Same Day. — Same Benoli. Tho Ulladulla Eloctoral Roll was first pro ceeded with, aud tho only alteration rocom monded was tho insertion of tho iiamo of William Griior, which was accepted to on tho rccoinmonda tion of tlio Ulladulla O.P.S. In tho Shoalliavon roll a fow names1 woro entered, somo verbal alterations mado, and altor gothor tlio numbor of namos added to this yoar's roll amounted to 43, making the total number of electors for 1879-'80, 1793, as against 1736 last year. ..
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879
A universal panacea is nlinost sure to boar universal imposition, that oharlatanism, blatant as is its trumpet, cannot blow into acceptability or roputo. Thoso specifics that assumo to euro ovorvthing euro nothing, arid honco it is that Udolplio Wolfe's Sehiodam Aromatic Schnapps is only a p'oworf ul safoguard against gout, gravol, llatuloncy, dyspopsia, whothor chronic or acuto, norvous dobility, urinary or ronal obstructions, torpid livor, stagnant condition of tho blood, mal-assimilation of food, vital oxhaustion, and similar affections. — Adv. Dew of tiie Alts. — Tho tonioand vitalizing proportios of this agrooablo vogotablo spocifio havo boon fully tested in all tho various clunatos of Australnsia, and, tho univorsal opinion of our pooplo sooins to bo that it is tlio fiuost tonio, tlio mostroliablorostorativo, andtliosurostprovontivo of all opidomic aiid ondomip disoasostliathasovor roachod us. . To Mossrs. M. Moss and Co. wo aro - indobtod for ourfu-st acquaintance with this a...
Original Contributions. From Sydney to England, VIA SUEZ CANAL. No. III. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879
Original Contributions. From Sydney to Kngland, VIA SUEZ CANAL. [By Video.] No. III. By way of breaking tlio monotony, a violinist of rare musical ability was prevailed upon to rondor tho moonlight ovenings moro chcorful by playing sets of Quadrilles aud Waltzes, to which tho suloonists moved gracefully upon' tho light fantastic too without tiring, till eight bolls, of 12 o'clock p.m., snggested tho proprioty of rotir-' ing. Oil tho loth (Sunday), tliroo sorvicos woro' hold, and conducted by a different minister, viz.,. tho Bishop of Adolaido, Rov. Mr. Lawes, of Now' Guinea, and Mr. Parr (Wesloyan). Theso woro1 null uuioiiuuu. IV uumumiuyum,. imw of tlio Sea,' sot to a swcot melody, was sung at most sorvicoa through tho voyago, anil from1 its boauty and appropriatonoss, became oiico ai favourite. Era tho day closed, Capo Leeuwin was sighted, and at first glanco, looked liko air island standing somodistanco out from tho main land. At 5 p.m., wo woro abreast of it, and. could soo that...
Perilous Privileges. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879
Perilous Privileges. I Tiie Assembly has invitod a Conforonco of tho Clinmbors on tho Parliamentary Privileges Bill But wo would ask is this a subjoct to bo roforrod to a Oonforonco ? Tlio Legislative Council has placed on rocord its reasons for limiting tlio powers of parliamentary majorities. Tlioso roasons liavo not boon answored, and, practically, thoy havo not boon noticod at all. What good thon can bo got by a Conforonco ? .uilu ua iuuiu i8 io uo a uonioronco, tuo uonn oil must stand firm in tlio public intorosts. Tho character of tho majority in tho Assembly, and tho bnrofaccd injustico it is capablo of committ 'ng, woro strikingly illustrated in tho caso which it has confessedly trumpod up against tlio lato Colonial Soci-otary. The dangor thon of placing unlimited powors ovor ovon Parliamentary oppononts in such hands must bo sutlioiontly obvious. But if tho limited authority which may at present bo graspod at by a hasty resolution can bo thus flagrantly abused to porsoouto ...
Original Correspondence. Railway Station-House Accommodation. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879
Original Correspondence. Elallwuy'. Station-House Accommo dation. ' TO run EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAMI. Siu,~r-Last yaar I had occasion to travol to Sydnoy Via Moss Yalo railway. I took up my abode at ono of tho Hotels and mado mj' way to tho terminus about 2 o'clock a.m. to await tho arrival and departure of tho iron horso. It was a winter's morn, and tho cold atmosphere was icy keen, I waited tho arrival of tho train a short time, and was shivering with tho cold, and felt quite surprised to find a splendid visitors' room with firo-placo and grate, but, alas 1 no cheerful ure tor tlio comtort ot travellers. I had a little boy with mo who sufforod much from oxposuro to the wintry atmosphoro, as the climate of that table land is remarkable for its frosty nature, particularly boforo sunriso. I ask on behalf of tho community what is tho use of a visitor's sitting-room and firo-placo nnd grato on a cold wintry morning without a fire for tho nocommodation of tho public ? ? Thopothoattontiono...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 April 1879
LOCAffi INTJBKilLIGEKClS. Held Over. — Tho linos of ' M.,' Nowra, and an articlo on a local subjcct. Public AVhaup at Greenwell Point, etc. —In tho Logislativo Assembly, on Thursday last, tho sum of £1000 was passed for tho construc tion of a public wharf at GrconwoU Point, aud also £500 forsnagging.tho'Crookhavon River. Cambewarra School of Arts.—' Wo would remind our readers that the laying of tho founda tion stono of tho Caihbownrra School of Arts raK.es piace to-morrow, tuat dolin iiosoby, Esq., M.L.A., is oxpoctod to deliver an addross, and an attractive programme is proiiared for, the ovening concort. The Identity or Anglo-Saxon Race with the Lost Ten Tribes of Israel.—' Wo under stand that an influential committee is formed for tho purpose of inviting Major Black, of ICiama, to deliver his lecture on 'the above subjcct at Nowra on tho 30th inst. dining tho moonlight of this month. Major Black has taken a doop interest in tlio subj cct, aiid from his compilations, togothor wit...
Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 7 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 May 1879
Telegraphic Intelligence. i ( From Our Telegraphic Correspondent. J SYDNEY. Wednesday, 7 r.it. 1 . In tlio Logislativo ' Assombly, tho Speaker announced tlio rocoipt of a: petition in: roforonco to tho rocont oloction for ? Orango, but which ho . : . announced as informal in tlio absonco ; of tlio nocessary deposit of ? £100, tho . onclosuro boing a chequo for that amount; which' was ordorodto bo rotoned. Tho Impounding Act passed its third reading, j In Committeo on Amended - Land .'Bill, -Mr. i : Barbour movod a ropeabof clauso 19 of the Act: ; . of 1873, as well as clauso - 31, on tho grounds] that forfeited lands should : rovort to.tho Crown ! and notio lossoo. : Tho motion was nogativod by'i 24 to 1G. : Mr ,; FarnoU moved' that . elausosi;12 and 18 of tlio Act of 1875; and clauso |2o of the Act of 18G1 iho included in the repealing clauso ; ? ropeal clause 12 was negatived; - and tha ?: others, agreed' to. Mr. Barbour's motion for tlio ropoal: of tho 20tli clause of tlio 'Occup...