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Calendar for May. MOON'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 May 1879
Calendar for May. Moon's Age. Full Moon ? 6th, at 4.16 p.m. Last quarter ? 13th, at 12.40 p.m. New Moon ? ? 21st, at 3.55 p.m.. First quarter ? 29th, at 9.41 a.m. # ? Sun— i I High water atShoal ^ Rises. Sets. | . haven Heads. H. sr. II. M. I a. m. P.M. 1 6 35 5 18 2 54 3 34 2 6 36 5 17 4 14 4 64 3 6 37 '5 16 I 5 31 6 4 4 6 38 5 15 6 34 7 1 3 6 38 5 15 7 26 7 48 6 6 39 5 14 8 9 8 30 — T— ?*: ? ' B~40 ? Q— 13 ? 8-01— — O 11
Ocean Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 May 1879
6 Ocean Mail Time Table. Time table for tho present month, giving the date on 'which lettors, to be in time for despatch by the homeward route, must be posted at tho prin cipal local post-office, as woll as tho dato on ?which foreign lettors may be received after the arrival of the outward bound mail steamers. Pacific Mail, via California. Homeward Route. | Outward Bouto. LoaveB I Arrives at I Leavos I Arrives at Nowra. | London. | London. | Nowra. May 21 I July 7 I Mch. 27 1 May 13~ P. and 0. Mail, via Suez. Homeward Bouto. | Outward Bouto. Loaves I Arrives at I Leaves | Arrives at Nowra. | London. | London. | NowTa. May 9 1 July 7 | Mch. 6 | ''May 3 E. and A. Mail, via Torres Straits.* Homeward Bouto. j ? Outward Bouto. ? Leaves I Arrives at I Leaves I Arrives at Nowra. | London. | London. | Nowra. May 12 | 'July 21 | McOo [ May 23 * By this route letters, not over ^ oz., marked, ' via Brindisi,' will cost 2d more than letters ? marked, ' via Southampton but thoso by the former ro...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 May 1879
Proposed Visit of the Prince of Wales. — In the Legislative Assembly, on Tuesday, &nbsp; says the Herald, Sir Henery [sic] Parkes desired permission to explain certain correspondence respecting the proposed visit of tho Prince of Wales to the International Exhibition, to be held this year in Sydney. His Royal Highness regretted that upon so short a notice it was not possible for him to be present at the Sydney Exhibition, anxious as he was to visit Australia. A Good Yield of Gold. — Messrs. Dawson Bros., proprietors of the prospector's claim, Diamond Hill Reef, Gundaroo, have made a good thing within the last few months. In November last their first crushing yielded 54oz. 1dwt. and 18grs. ; a subsequent crushing yielded 27oz. 4dwt. and 6grs., in all upwards of 81oz — not so bad for a couple of men for a short &nbsp; time. But to crown all, they have just sold out to Mr. Joseph Copeland, brother to the member for the northern gold-fields electorate, for the handsome s...
A Love-sick Chinaman. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 May 1879
' A Sjo.ve-sick Cliinaiuan. ., j ' John Peerhingle, 'i in the ?' Weekly Times;' relates tho following : — - .My tea Chinaman- lias fallen in love: -with a pretty servant Tgirl of a neighb.uor'of mine. Theiliussey -knows -all about' it, ! aud' makes Joliri'pay handsomely for';his; ndmiratibn'; I understand! that Bhe -lias j a'wholo trunkful of Clii Hi's presentst;-fOr-'wh'ou^'the'toreh''of lovo' burns in a -Chiiiqui's 5b6sDm,--'itblazes away like a slush lamp or a bush firo. I suppose it is because of tho oil the ugly beggars consume that they are so inflamablo. Well, Sir, John, \-f late has pressed his suit so ardently that the girl iB bothered about it. Slio told Dot, and Dot told me, and I thought ovor the matter. So when Chi Hi came around last week, I called him aside. Said I 'John, yon likeo pretty girl.-next door ? You want to inally her ?' ' My: word,' cried Johu, his parchment visjigo lighting up liko the transformation scenery of a pantomino ; i-'-you'lJOt.''. 'Well, John,'...
Church Gambling. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 May 1879
rj | Cburcti Gnrabllug. Mr. Moody is'opposed to church fairs; ' At Baltimore recently (so it is reported by the local papers) he said 1 And thoro you havo your i 'grab-bags ! I tell you thero is too much of this. Your fairs and your .bazaars won't do, and your voting, your ^casting of ballots for the most popular man pi- tlio most popular woman — just helping along their vanity. I tell you it grieves tho Spirit ; it offends God. They've got so far now that for 25 cents you men can como in and kiss tho handsomost woman in tho houso. Think of this ! Look at the church lotteries going on in New York ! Boforo God, I would rather proach in any bam, or the most miser able hovel on oartli than within the walls of a church paid for in such a way. What is tho use of going to a gambling don whon you can have a game of grab with a lady for a partner ?' Of church choirs which aro not composed of Christians ho disapproved in tho samo emphatic way : — ' I tell you it is about time you stopped hir...
A Strange Masonic Incident. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 May 1879
A Strnnge^Masonic Iiiclffent. 'A restarkable', .Masonic incident' is thus . ' recorded by an.; English oxchango^ . ; .In i speating' of thei'first Masoriic!funeral ever solemnized in California, it is stilted that tlio body was washed up in' tho bay of San Fran cisco in 1849, 'and that upon the person' of tbe deceased was'found the silver mark of a Mason, on wdiieli-^as ongTC,ved Hie initials of his name. On- f tirther investigations tho most singular exhibition of Masonic emblems ever drawn upon the human skin was revealed. 'Beautifully dotted on his left arm, in red and blue ink, appeared all the tho emblems of an Entered' Apprentice. There was tho Holy Bible, the square and oompassj tho twonty-four-inch guage, and common gavel. Thero was also the Masonic pavement, representing the ground floor of King Solomon's Temple, the indented tessel which surrounds-. it, and blazdngs staa-ihi tho oentre.. Oh liis- 'loft arm, and' artistically executed'in the samo indelible liquid, were tho ...
MISCELLANEOUS. Unclaimed Letters. List No. 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 May 1879
JUISCEJLIiAKEOUS. Unclaimed Iietters. ? . : ' ''List No/6. l'L' ' .. (Frunx the Oomtnment Gazette, April 29.J. I Parties applying.,for unclaimed letters at the General Post Office are requested^ to givo the - correct number of letter, with the date and num ber of tho list in which they may, havo observed thoir namos, as such reference will materially . facilitate dolivery. Partiesin tho_ country mak ing written applications, in addition( to tho for mer particulars, are requested to state wliero thoy expect their letters-from, and any othor informa tion tending to prevent an unnecessary trans mission of lottors. SHIP LETTERS. 2 Dale Mrs, H., Kiama 24 Hardy Jas., Milton . . 83 Lynarn P. G. Kinma (2) 90 Moahy Saml., Shellliarbour 4 O'Brien Bridget, Kiama 7 Walcli Thomas, Wollongong INLAND LETTERS. 2 Baclcwoll Jno., Kiama ? 3 Badclington-Hy., Kiama 102 BoatusP,., Broughton Ck. 103 Beatty 'J. G-., Broughton Ct. 210 Boyd — , Milton 360 Bryoir C. P., Broughton Creek 124 Butler Eel-, Kiama ...
POETRY. Ye Tears! [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 May 1879
P O E TRY. ?? Ye Years! ... 'Tls but the ghost of a feeling, 'Tie but the ghost of a smilp ; - Gone is tho truo light rovealing,'1 ThiB but a Bhadow tho while.' ' -V . . Thus shall eacli roso-tintod vision. .J„ ]; Pado as tho leaves in tho Fall',' ' Leaving it may be derision ' ? ? ? ]'?*-? if Casting a gleam o'er the pall,,, ?' Tears glide aloiig without number (Swift as a wind-driven wave), : Hiding away in its slumber n v Much wo would struggle to'save. » ?' -Taking the bloom from the roses, ; Taking tho down from the peach ; Leaving tho thorn from the posies, Leaving the ashes from each. Bringing tho end of our dreaming, ' Bounding the sphero of our life ; Tinting with shades of now meaning, Harshness of pain or of strife. Waking our souls from dolusion, Chasing tho shadows that throng ; Piercing tlio veil of illusion, Sighting full many a wrong. Scattering the false that would cluster Only when-fortune is fair ; . Shrining with over moro lustre . . Lovo that all danger will dar...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 May 1879
IjOCAEi . The Mission Ship Daysprino. — Wo aro informed the sum of £0 18s 8d has boon : sub scribed by tho Pyco 'Sabbath School in aid of tho funds of tho Mission of tho Presbytorian Church in connection with tlio mission of which church tho ah'ovonamed ship is engaged. ? It is gratifying to find tho pupils of a Sunday-school at what might almost bo termed a remote place, tako suolxa lively interost in ono of tho most commendable institutions of tho ago,, and this hoartv surmort sneaks woll aliko for tho nunils and thoir teachers. Tho interest takon, in tho mission work would bo moro general if tho operations of local branches receivod a moro oxtondod publicity. Postal and Telegraphic Communication*. — During last week — Davis, Esq., Postal Inspector for tho Metropolitan and Southern Dis trict nrrivod in tho Shoalhavon district. Wo ave not in a position to say what is tlio preciso objcctofMr. Davis' visit, but we heliovo ho is likoly to report on tho subjects of post-offices for Bar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 May 1879
A UNrviiltsAL panacea is almost sure to boar universal imposition, that charlatanism, blatant as is its trunipot, cuimot blow into acceptability or roputo. 'lrioso specifics that assume to euro ovorytliing euro nothing, and lionce it is that Udolpho .Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is only a poworful safeguard against gout, gravel, flatulency, dyspepsia, whothor uhronic or nouto, nervous debility, urinary or renal obstructions, torpid livor, stagnant condition of tlio blood; mal-assimilation of food, vital oxhaustion, and similar affections. — Adv. Dew of the Alps. — Tho t'Onic and vitalizing properties of this agreeably vogetablo spocific liavo boon fully tested ili All tho various climates of Australasia) and tlift universal opinion of our pooplo seems to hi) that it is tlio finest touio, tho liiostrolmble restorative, and tlio surest provontivo of all o'pidomiO And ondemic disoasostliatbasovor roapbod its-. To Messrs, M. Moss and Co. wo aro indebted fill1 ourfirstaCqiiaintanco...
Shoalhaven Police Court. NOWRA, TUESDAY, APRIL 29. (BEFORE their Worships J. Thompson, B. Brown, and A. De Mestre, Esqs.) DISTURBING THE PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 May 1879
SKoaUiaTcn -Police Court.:. Nowra. Tuesday, Aran, 29. ? (Before thoir Worships J. Thompson, B. Brown, and A. D'o ATe'stv'o, Esqs.) DISTURBING the peace. On tho information of Sonior-sorgeant Griovo, T. Greer was brought up for bavin' bohavod ill an insulting manner at Greonwoll Point on tho oveninK of. Sunday, the 20th ultimo. Mr. Richards watched tho case for tho dofonco. Prom tho ovidonco of Sergeant Griovo, it would appear that tho proprietress of tho Black Swan Hotol c.allod his attention to the mis bohaviour of dofondant, whoroupontlio Sorgoant advised , her to order him out, and if dofondant did-: not pro -? out lie would thou put him out. Dofondant then obeyed orders, but whon ho came out to whore deponent was standing, he said, ' Ah, you'ro watohing mo, but you liavn't I got mo, have you? There's a good gamo . on, | too - good for you to spoil, &c.' ? Deponent. I believed that Greer was ondoavouring toprovoko him to lay hands on lnm . to avrost him, so that i he woul...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 May 1879
It 0 JXI6SOE Y'N OTE BO'OKS foi Sale' a' ' U_ ! -V-flio 'office ofihis papor.01?,' '? J- ? ; i &:?» ? . ? 0!' f 1 T-l'tQGlUArAtE- OP.- LESSONS, piccisoly, .5 similar toX'ouncyl's^ sjiecnnen form, . on, fino wluto croain jind jiajior, can bo obtamsd at tho olhcoiof tins papor. .T1J, - j v Tile 1 11 t', ?' . T?l Oil SAy^iWCVj^E' ISILiEEra- 'sdvohth1 J. of tlyr viiviaol tlie /wvlmnto raompi boat ' Tho Ch«Mft/o.' / -IL\ 5/ ,i!I ] N/r ./ ]IG » ''ROBERTS, ' ? . .J i. .... , .0 . . . j-v»- .Bfiifowra. ? — ? ? ^ ? '.t.; --|' ,. ?' r; -I' ' -? , T|^TILTI^a5'S^CiEl,-.#Strs ;«i' - ;? ? I , /ki ; i ', . 'tf! pjEost.^inoo Store, ? i !B- ) 1 m Nowra. -j. ; ^ LI^ -Nos.1 W.I-R E- -N.'A- IL S,' -3d' pc , J.'.GBEEN, ? ? ? ? .... . k Yost Office fetoie,, . . w L Nona. LING FISH^TO-NG FISH \b' IT- I N.G-. p,l;SH/, ., in -fine condition. . at i^t- ' , J .) GBEL'N'S . / -Eobt Office StQie, , i* , U- , . Npwia. Far Sale, . »/' Trt-O T A .'J' O- ^p-N-L-O-N-err— for ? sc-lr - ii ' .J. GREEN, ' Tost ...
Sydney Current Market Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 May 1879
?'.SydKcyfCiirrcnt Relict Prlten, i i-Flour,'i!12,0sto£13:10s por ton ; potatoos, £3; I lus to fii Os por ton ; : maize, 2s 8d to 2s lOd por i busliol ; butter, 7d to Is jior lb ; cheese, 2-.Jd to i ?Id perlb ; bncou, 3d to 7d por lb; ludos. 2.U1 to I ;Sd por lb:: pigs,=;lld;to -Id por lb ; : ealvoR, 7s Od I to20s onch; Jowls 3s 3d to ,3u Od per pair; dneks, ;8s !)d to.'ISLOilpor.pan-;. turkoys,.7s,0il to 12s por. !])aii--?,geeao;'-7s Oibper pair ; eggs,,fu 6d to Is 8d ;]ior do^on iji iii'y, i
Appeal Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 May 1879
Aiuical Court. . Tuosday boing^thodayappointed-for tho ,hear mg of- appoals'against , -tlio rocont ,valuation of rateable property in choMumeipahcyoi Nuinba, tour appeals iwowieiiterod for- bejriug, and tho business wa^ postponed till noon, in tlio hope that1; a second magistrate 'would . attoud, 7as; logally, ono was not compotonbito adjudicate on the casos:of appeal. „'?'? ?? -. : ?? ? ?? . Thero boing no socond magistrate at 12 o'clock, - at tho -request of. Ml'. Richards, who appoared for; .the Council, and by unammgus conspnt,,ot the ai^iollants, B. Brown, EsqV^gonsoute'cl to 1 act as arbitratoribotv/een .tho ?Co'unoil and:;:tha*. appel- lants.. f ?? ?? Alexander- Oainpell, of ?? Jdndy-andy,- appealed against an advanco m tho assessment ot a fortv fiVo aero paddock : tented by lnm. - In tlio last valuation it was raised from* .£16 to i;20,:whi]o ho paid only £15 in rent. .. i'or fivo conscoutivo yoars it had boon valued at* £l2..a yoar, and ho would havo appealed last year agai...
Cable Intelligence. London, Tuesday, May 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 May 1879
-Im^elligcnee.. ' ? London, TuOAday, May G. 'I ? - In tho IIouso of Commons, Sir Staflord Nortli cotd said Tlor Majesty's Govornmont was desirous .to^nogotiato: for ..ponce with the Zulas-^ Sir .Bartlo iPrero had boon instructed to abstain from^a pojir.y, oftiiimexation, but was advisod to talco ? « vory ? measuro for tho . protection of .tho African. eolonios . fi-oin dangor. , ; , - In tho-Houso,of Lords, tlioMarquis of-Sahs-; b\ny said' all tlio Groat Powers ofsEuropo had nccoptod' a proposal to modmto conjointly for tho settloih'ont of 'tho'Frontior ditlidultios botweon; Greoco and Turkey J : ? ? ' '. j, .
Greenhills Boating Clubs. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 May 1879
Club-.o. A meeting' Of pors'oris '. intorestcd in- .tho estidA lishmont;ofja boating-club wiis liold atthe Shoal havon Brass Band Hall, Nowra, on tho .night of : Thursday laft,.theilst instant,, ,at tj p.m.. Th'd' subject of convening .the mooting for.thopiuposo was frooly cunvassed_ among' gentloinon mtor osted in aquatic- pursuits for somo tuno back'; but though this was tho caso, tho night of moot ing was fixed upon only tho day previous, and' probably tho meotinc was iot so 'niimnronslv ? attendod us might bo oxpooted with a moro'coin-.-l plcto notico. Thoso presoht, however, comprised' somo of tho most active promoters of aquatic sports, who rosido in this district. . ' J. Groen, Esq., Mayor of.Nowra, wasvotod-*to-i tho chair, on tho motion of Mr. Gt' Si'ESborts,' ? socondod by Mr. T. Ilood. ~ I It was rosolved that a boating club bo now ! formed, to bo callod ' Tho Greonhills Boating Club,' and that tho qualification for member ship bo ono guinea (£l Is.), payablo at time.of ....
The Hatfield Bushrangers. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 May 1879
'Vlic IKitficIil KuslirnntrerH. ' At a mootinj* of ExooutrftJ- Council the sentoncos of flio Hntfiold 'Busjirangers was corn ?mutod ;.-iThomas . Gorman's . 'to. 2,1 j-earn. tho first three in irons ; William M!Eayo, 10 years ; William.Hobl^ and OJiarlos Jonos, 14 yoars, tho first tlireo m l^oris. . ? ; At thq samo 4-Ssizos a mqn namod Helton was sontoncod to death, but tho Executive1 -Council has'not yet dotetwinod-his softWiice. ? : i ??
Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 May 1879
:8hoaUiaTen Shipping Intelligence, j EXPORTS. [' Tor Iliawarra (a.)- Captain Garde, on tlio 28tli ? ^ April, 1879,* tto SvjJnoy : — 366 bags maize, 23 '.^bagfl potatoes, 'lfflcegs butter, 8 pigs, 20 bags oysters, 5 cases eggs, 2 coops poultry, 2 pack ages, 1 case honey, 1 caso 'was, .and sundries. To Kiama : — 8 bags maizo, 4 cbeoses, 3 boxes, 1 carpet bag. To Wollongong : — 19 bags maize. Por Hlawarra (s.), Captain Garde, on tlio 1st *?- May, 1879, to Sydney: — 205 kogs butter, 15G bngB maize, 1,243 foot codar, 18 brigs oysters, 37 pigs, 4 calves, 9 bugs potatoes, 12 coops poultry, 6 bags barley, 12 cases eggs, 4 bugs bacon, 1 caso honey, 25 choeses, 1 cliooso, and :Bundries. To Kiama : — 20 bags maize, 1 bag fruit, 5 pigs. To Wollongong : — 1 bag hides, 5 cbooscB.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 May 1879
Illnwarrn §tctirii ?-??? liOuniitaiiy. STEilMEJl'S TIME TABTJE. . JP It 0 ll Ul -0 A .LJjff -A 'V :E *T., Moiulny, '®I(lirsj!iii|y-, :8 'a.»u- 'PROM SYDNEY, Tucsilitj imd -Fridiiy, at 11 ? All moals supplied during tlio passages' df tlio utoamors -froe'of- bhargo. . ; Tho Stenmllh'iJ'liiirs; undor'ohdVgo'of'Captain Buchanan, aro- always plying1 f-n tlio Shoalhavon, ltivor in ooimo6tion''witlrtlio Sydnoy 6t(Mitaflrs. ..... , - . ? 133. BANNING-. ISngliMli, Scrittitfli, snlil _ Ghiirtcrcd BSaitk. j A BRANCH of this Rank is now OPEN'iit' -XJL NOAVRA, 'Shoalhaven, in temporary 'premisos, frtv' tlio ' transaction' of all usual bank img business. ?'JOUN-DOWLTNO, ?ftlunngor. Sydnoy ,~d til iTuno,'lS'7S. Wanted to Ite ffinoti'ti. ~\\T JONES, Collins-ili cot, Kiama, lias' YT Horses and Vehicles FOR HIRE. Ho is prepared' to 'run 'between ?''W'ollongong i . 'and Ulliuiulla. , ? ; 1 Also, - that ho is a' dash purchnsor of Hides and' : ' skins inikriy quantity. | J: 'S O'LH C!l T O 'R , '&am...