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Hunting the Kangaroo. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 May 1891

Hunting' the Kangaroo. (Br ' Sportsman.' In was in the month December, . And if rightly I remember, A week before tho Christmas of 1882 ; That wo organized a party, And with spirit light and hearty, Started off for 'Blierwerre,' to hunt the kangaroo. With a strong supply of firearms, Which caused some very dire alarms. Among simple - minded ohildrou, wo passed upon the way ; ?While our Captain, tall and manly, And a veritable ' Stanley,' Bode slightly in advance of us upon a charger bay. Whenwereachedthecamping-ground, Which our leader cas'ly found, Wo honoured the occasion by a volley from our guns, Then a fire we lit, find after Some jokes and shrieks of laughter Wo sat and feasted largely on tea and home-made buns. Then some hours wo chatting spent, And in putting up a tent, And beneath its flimsy roof, then wo soughtja street repose ; And the morning dawned in clearly, And our Captain spoke severely When wo tightly hugged Uie blankets aa tho morning sun aroBC. But vo fain would ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 May 1891

Certainly the best medicine known is Sander and Sons' Eucalrpfio Hxtract. Test its eminently power ful effects in coughs, oolds, influenza— tlic relitf is instantaneous. In serious eases, nnd accidents of nlllnnds, foe they wounds, burns, soaldingG, liruises, sprains, it is the safest remedy, no swelling, no inflam mntiun. Lite surprising effects produced in croup diptbi;ria, bronchitis, inflammation of the luncs sn-eUinRs, otc,; diarrliooa, dyEoutery, diseases ol tni liidiicy and niinary orpans. In use nt hospiutfs'and medicnj clinics all over tho globe ; patronised by His Majesty iho King of Italy; crowned with modal and diploma at International Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust in this approved article, and reject all others.* ALWAYS AHEAD. With it none other can compare, None ntiior dara compute, tfor I'ehell's Flouk is everywlu -re Known ro bo clean and sweet. *

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 May 1891

Brief ]£eatioa. Tho Rev. Jnmes Herbert Chaseling has * been registered t-- celebrate marriages at Nyrnagee. Fresh tenders are called for the con struction of a bridge over Mimmmurra Kiver, on the road from Shellharbour to Kiania, contract No, 2. A court -will be held in Nowra for the purpose of revising the electoral lists of 1891 on the 12th lust., when those in terested should attend. A similar court will be held at Milton on the 19th inst. It is remarkable that, with the ex ception of the Inte Searle and now Stan bury, all our championB have been married men while holding the title. Meeting in the Public Hall to-night to take steps to give our champion 'Jim' a hearty reception on bis arrival in the dis trict. We would like to see this matter mado a big success.' Mr. Mark Morton is working hard, and deserves the credit of all aquatic Bports men, to establish a rowing club in Nowra. He has already met with a liberal re sponse from the public. A Humorous Judge.— A local judge in Pen...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Church Services [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 May 1891

Church Services I'ivino Run-ici's to-inoirov, 3n3 May, sis undorjiotod : — CJlL'KCn OF ENGLAND. Kowia, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. —Rev. ilr. Nhepherd. The FalU, 2.30 p.m. -Rev. Mr. Shepherd WESLEYAN. Nowca,- 11 n.m. and f p.m. — Rev. E. King, Nowra Hill, 2.30 p.m.- Rev. E. King. Falls€reek, 11 a.m.— TMr Thus. 'Jsirrett. BarreDgarry, 11 a.m -Mr. B. Cliasoling. Tomerons, 3 pm. — Mr. C. F'i!»g»n. Cambewarrn, 11 a.m. — Mr. W. Cooke. JJudgon? Oap, 2 30 p.m.— Mr, Ernest Ohasp'iug. ruBSUVTBRtAN. Cambawarrn, 11 a.m. — Hov. W. Ansot) Smith ; Nowra Sabbath School, 3 p.m.— Rev. W. Alison Smith : Nowra Churcli, 7 p.m.— Rev. W. Anson Smith. Services will »lso be held in the Nowra Church, .it 11 a.m. THE PUBLISHED EVEBy SATURDAY MORNING. ' Be iurt, and fenr not. Let all the raid* thou aim'st at Ho thy Country's, thy God's nnd Truth's.' SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1891.

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 — 2 May 1891

ciMiiiiiiiicin. OF SYDNEY. EstRblishad 1834. Incorporated by Act of Council, 1848. Capital V.:..:...;;.... ? ........,.£600,000 Reserve Fund ? .....£650,000 Reserve Fund'for Equalization fA ofrXJividenas ....... ...... .;.£150,000 ' Shoalhayoa .Brandt All usual Banting Business, transacted. Highest current vate of Interest given for money deposited for fixed periods. *....... E. A. COTTEE, Manager. -'.?'? ? Vv ? *?.'?'. '-the ; Australian Mercantile, Loan and Guarantee Company, Limited. HEAD OFFICE: Corner York and 'Market Streets, Sydney. BRANCHES & AGENCIES THROUGH ? OUT THE COLONIES AND GBEAT BRITAIN. . : IiOndds BoXnn op Amvics : 10RDXTLMCKH. BROWN. J0HNH0W.KD, Esq. HON. VESEY FITZGERALD. Tho Company . grant immediate adrances upon all Classes -of mercantile. or other approved securities. ISTEBEST ILOWED ON DErOSITS : S Years ... 9 per cent. 12 Months ? -.?;. 8 „ : y,' ' r. Months .;. 7 „ ., . S Months . .,. G .„.. „ , . ; aTmjlleb, . General Manager. ? ' MR. T. MAREIOTT...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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A Presbyterian Manse. TO THE EDITOR OR THE SHOVLHAVEN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 May 1891

A PiesTjytoriaa Masse. TO THE EDITOtt OE THE SHOVtHAVEW NEWS. Sir,- 1 have noticed through voiir columns of tote that a deal of discussion is Doing.: held m reference t«.tho erection of n-jnaiusc f..r our Presbyterian. Minister. 1 savour, because I am a mciubur of that body, liut am nut. so fortunate as others to get a pay in tho matter. There has been Bovural suggestions us to 'where tho 5S£'K.? *2- C™'«1. -'* h. my 'ijimun, »ir. jwiitt.r, there should not bo more than one tok.'n info consideration. I might say that while we have as good a Bite us the present piece of ground to the soutli of the church, no other should have any consideration. Here is a pioce of land, high mid dry, with every fncilifcy for drainage, anH with a nice buildi-i' lo cost something like £1000 it would 'bo an ornament to that particular part of the town. A nice gulden with tieu; suimb'e *° fh T'1 c'uM ha l-'-»'t*«, which would tend to g,vo n picturesque nppoar nnco to the Iwi-c corner. There is plenty of r...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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LOCAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 May 1891

LOCAL HEWS. ? ? ♦ ? Fobaob Sdppiy.— Mr. R. T.Thorburn's tender has been accepted by the Govern ment for the supply of foraoo to tlie police of Nowr.-i and Torrara Mtation from the 1st April, 1891, to 3l8t March, 1892, nt tlio following prioes : — maize 3s 9d, oats 3s, bran Is per bushel ; hay £5 10s, and straw £3 per tan. Auction Sale. —We would draw special attention to Miller and Roberts clearing out sale of feindel and Oo.'s stock of drapery, grocery, furniture, Ac Wo understand there is no roaorve, which is Mr. Sindota usual style. Tho articles aro all Rood and now. and the sale is deserving of the attention of the publio thiB afternoon. The Crookhaven Bridge.— It having been brought before our notice that persons who are opponents to our member, Mr. Morton, and trying in an underhand way to damage his' success at the next election in declaring that tenders have been called for the Cronkhavcn bridge, and that it was through their influence, and not Mr. Morton's, that tenders hav...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Brimbrimalla [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 May 1891

Brimlriuaalla I am glad to 'Tibte that our repre sentative, Mr. Morton, (says the' Milton Express) paid us a visit . a few days since, accompanied by our old and esteemed friend Captain Millard, . J,P. They arrived about I- p.m. on Thursday last, -and after a flying inspection of the tion house, where Mr. Thorburn from Nowra was waiting to receive the member. .After tea /the member ad dressed the electors of ?Brimbrimalla, the old pioneer, Mr. John Montgomery, occupying the chair. Mr. Morton gave j his views on the leading topics of the day, and a good impression was left 'by his able speech. . The principal items of interest 'to people here were postal communication and the nearest route to the field, both of which are to receive Mr. Morton's urgent attention. A hearty vote of confidence' was accorded to Mr. Morton. The visitors. made an . early start next morning to catch the tide at the Shallow Crossing en route for Terineil. I hear that our old friend Mr. John Montgomery lias di...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Testimonial to Mr J. Thompson [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 May 1891

Testimonial to Mr. J'. Shompeoa. A meeting was held in tho National Hall on last Wednesday evening to consider tho matter of n, testimonial to Mr. John Thompson. Mr. James Campbell occupied tho chair, and tho following gentlemen were present : Messrs. Hetherington, Wood. Grove uor, Rend/ill and Joyce. The. matter of a banquet was considered, and it was stated that in consequence of loual establishments declining to undertake the catering, it was deemed necessary to countermaud the advertisement sent to tho Pioneeb annonncing the ban quet, and also the order for printing ^. tho tickets. Mr. Grovernor reported that Mr. Condon was prepared to get up a banquet at thepricD offered. Mr. Hotherington moved that tliore be no banquet, and ' stated ' that he for one would not for a moment entertain $1%' banquet proposal. Mr. Joyce Seconded this, and ? upon the .motion f being put to the meeting it was carried. jfMr. Hetherington next. proposed that a testimonial be presented to Mr. Thompson i...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Another Great Win ! AN INVALID FOR 12 YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 May 1891

Another Groat Win I . A N INVA LTD FOR 12 TEARS . Mrs. fanny Dent, wife of a gontluman employed in tho Lambton Collieries, kindly allows (us to publish tho following facts of her interesting case and wonder ful recovery, which we gather from her correspondence, and which wo shall be ghid to allow anyone to puruse who wisheB to do so. Mrs. Dent had been in a state of ex treme debility bob twelve teajis, fro- , queutly quite unable to do any .work, tho lightest kind causing great fatiguo, with severe pains in ths limbs, back and left sida. So severe was the pain that she would have to ait at He down frequently. Walking exercise was very trying and she could only walk very slowly. She had long oeen Clemihts Tomic advertised, but like many mor« people her husband was - prejudiced against 'patent medicines,' but -now we use her own words) ?' I know some one who had tried Clements Tonic, V and I decided to get a bottle on the -juiofc ?: and taj nothing about it if it did me no good. The e...

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 — 2 May 1891

A Coldblooded 3£urder A Boy Sentenced to Dkath. At Broken Hill, William Deakin a lioy 15 years of age, appeared hrfore the Chief Justice at the Circuit Court charged with the murder of Georgo Tulon, a fisherman residing at Golgol, near Milduia. Tho facts of the case were that prisoner and a younger brother of about 11 years of age went to the camp of the deceased, on tho morning of the 3rd January nnd asked for some food which he gave them. They went away, and returned a little while after with a gun and a rabbit, which they had shot. He allowed them to gril the rabbit at his fire, hut later in the day, as they still hung about the camp, and as Tulon did not like their looks, he told them to clear out and go home. Tulon went to bed about 8 o'clock, and was awakene by findirigd himself wounded in the head. After that his recollection was hazy as to what occurred but he managed to puck up his tent, drag himself down to the river-side, enter his boat, put his goods into it, and paddle ...

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 — 2 May 1891

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Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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A Bottle-gatherer Heir to a Fortune. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 May 1891

A Bottle-gatherer Seir to a Fertuae The Ballarat correspondent of the Melbourne Age says that a few days ago an advertisement appeared in tho Melbourne papers from Mr. Cullmer, solicitor, of Chancery-lane, London, inquiring for the address or whereabouts of Henry Mottlee, as the sum of ^1 7 000 wan OKVfiiflnar navment £n liitn by the Court of Chancery. The nian advertised for is, it seems, a resident of Ballarat, and on Wednesday he became aware of his good luck in a somewhat singular manner. Mottlee, who together with his wife and family occupies a house on the Smythesdale road, sent one of his children to a neigh bouring shop to purchase a tallow candle. The candle on being purchased was wrapped in a piece of the Age,*' which contained the 'missing friends ' advertisements, and on the girl taking : the candle home Mottlee picked up the wrapper after it had been thrown oh to the floor and commenced to read it. It is almost needless to mention that ' he was surprised when he read th...

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A Slander Case CANDIDATES FOR MUNICIPAL HONORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 May 1891

A Slaader Gaso CANDIDATES FOR MUNICIPAL HONORS. An action forslauder, in which damages were laid at £200, was heard in District Court, on Tuesday, before his Honor Judge Wilkinson nnd a jury of four. The parties were Mr. James Coward, plaintiff, and Mr. Arnn Laycock, defendant. Both gentlemen reside at North Botany, and are aldertnen of the borough council of that place. It appeared that plaintiff had held the position of Mayor of North Bota-ny since tho constitution of the borough, about throe years ago, up to February last. Oue of his first public acts ns Mayor was to lay the foundation stone of the new town hall, and on the completion of the building in August lnst he proposed to entertain tho aldermen and prominent ratepayers of the district on tho opening day in cejebrstinn of the event, which lie did nt his own expense. Sonic time after tho council voted him £25 to compensate liith for his trouble and exiienstf. whk'li ho acceotcd. Whila pkintiil1 was etill Mayor the Governmen...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dairies Supervision Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 May 1891

Daisies Shwervisiou Act. Previous to tho hist meeting of (lie Central Shoal haven -Municip.il Council tlio Council Clerk consulted with the Mayor of that Council (Mr, J. J. Emery) as to wlmt steps should ha tnken by this Council in tho matter of carrying into effect tho above Act. On the suggestion, of the Mayor tho Clerk wrote to tlio Board of Health asking particulars as to the introduc tion of the siid Act. The following reply was received, which will no doubt give the various councils a line to go l-y :- Board of Health, Sydney, 28lh April, 1891. Sir, — With reference to your memo, of tho 23rd inst. it will bo soon from the enclosed proclamation of the 13th idem, extending tlio provisions of the above Act to that portion of the Police District of Shoalhnvon that tho. Act came into opera tion id your municipality (which is in the area described) ofl the 1st iust In accordance with Section 2 of tho Act your Council is charged with tho adminis thereof, and I thoreforo forward you u...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Outrage by Indian Hawkers [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 May 1891

OutragG by Indian Kaw&ers- Tlio Bailavat corrfispondoiit of tho Melbourne Age gives tho following particulars of tho shooting of 'a girl Iry an Indian hawker at Mr. W. T. Bown's Glenfiuc station on Friday. It appears that two Indian peddlers called at Glenfine on Friday, visiting tilts reformatory grounds there with the view of disposing of goods which tney cameo 111 men- ounaies. ine reformatory is known as ' BrooVside,' and is conducted by Mrs. Rowe for the purpose of assisting girls who have been unfortunate in life. On the tnatrou of tho institution observing the Indians in the yard of the establish ment she ordered them away, but they continued to press the matron to look at the wares they had for sale. The matron, however, would not do so, and tho men then left the place. After the lapse of an hour they roturned without their packs, walked around the build ing and glanced towards the windows of the house. At an open window sat a girl named Annie Rutherford. She was eng...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Mr Fuller at Kiama. ALMOST UNANIMOUS MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 2 May 1891

Mr- Fuller at Siaaia. ALMOST UNANIMOUS MEETING. The. moinlier for Tvimna, Mr. G. W. Fuller, M.L.A, nddresscd a meet ing of his constituents at the Temper ance Hull last night, the Mayor of 15ast Kiainn, Mr. \V. Cocks, presiding. The building was crowded, fully 400 persons being present. A large pro portion belonged to tho working clnes.. chiefly from Boinlio quarries, who expected to hear Mr. Fuller explain a statement said to have bcon made by him to a representative of a Wollon £ong paper, and published in the; local press, to the effect that the. Railway Commissioners aro paying a much higher price for stono from the Bouibo quarries since the co-operative system was introduced there. M r. Fullni at onct) nddressfid himself to this question, explaining that lie did not say tho Commissioners were paying a higher price for stone now than formerly, but that it had been represented to him that such wns the case j he casually mentioned this to a representative of the press in a private...

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 — 9 May 1891

TnE BEST UBMEOV POK INDIOKSTIOIS'. — Noiiton's Camomile Puts arc confidently recommended as a Simple Remedy vfor Indigestion, which is the cause, of. nearly all tlie diseases to which we are subject. Noiiton's -i?i3xS| with: justice called the 'Natural St'rsngthen'er of. the' ilutnan Stomach,' act as n. powerful' tonic and gentlje aperient, 'iare 'mild'iri operation iliid safe'Unddr any circumstances. Sold in bottles, at ls.lid., 2s.. 9d., lls.^ by all inodicuie' Vendors throughout the World. ? ??' ' ?- ? Advic? to Motiibes I — Are you broken in 'rest by a sick child suffering with the pain of cutting teeth !7Qo at pn.ci; to a cheniist and get a bottle pf Mas. Wins low's Soothing SYiuip. ? It will relieve any poor sufferer immediately It is perfectly harmless and pleasant to taste, and produces natural, quiet sleep by re~ leiviiig the child from pain', and the liltlo olierub awakes ' as bright as a button.'. H soothes the child, it softens the gums, j allays all pain, relieves wind,...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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An Alderman Ousted. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 9 May 1891

An Al&enaan Ousted. An n]-plicntiun to tlio Full Court by Al(j\.iinler M'Millan to m.ikc absolute a rule nisi, cullhig upon Joseph Stiinton Doimhoc ti- show c-.iusc why he should not bu misted from the olHcc of alderman in tlie Boui'ko Jilimicipality, o» ihe xrnuiid of irregularity, was granted 011 Tuesday. At the election M'Millan. polled.fiO votes, and Donohoo Gl, but the former contend ed that the election had been carried by the votes of two persons whose rates were in arrears, and .who, consequently, were by the act precluded from exorcising the muiiicipiilfrarichiso. ''''.?

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 — 9 May 1891

Struck dffwn in Biiraafc. Beethoven composed music he was too deaf to hear, and the fastest steam craft in the world xras built (both hull and machinery! by an j^mericah. who has been perfectly blind for many years. Mover-, tholess the one would have been the bettor for his hearing and the other for his sight. A soldier may bo a model of patriotism aud courage, but of w bat use is ho in an army if he cannot parry a musket? ' ? '. ?/ Allow us to illustrate the point by a short 6tory_. Mr. John Hodson was born at Warboya, in Huntingdonshire. When he was twenty-five years old ho took woili as a Jiarvj under the great railway con tractors, Messrs. Lucas, Aird, jjons, and Co., of vVostmin'ster, and remained under .' them seven years. Ho then enlktea in' Her Majesty's 51st Regiment and went with it to India in. 1883. He assisted in tho Burmah Expedition in 1865-6, and was at Mandalay when King Theebaw surrendered. With this explanation yre will now let Mr. Hodson toll his own tale. He Bay...

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