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Newspaper Editing. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 May 1879
Ncwsiiaiier Editing. Most pooplo thinlc tho solection of suitable matter for a nowspaper tho easiest part of tho business. How groat an orror ! It is by all means tho most difficult. To look ovor and ovor hundreds of oxchango papers evory woolc, from which to select enough for one, especially whon the question; is, not what sholl, but what shall riot bo selected, is no easy task. If every porson who roads a papor could have edited it, wo should hear loss complaints. Not unfroquontlj' is it the caso that an editor looks over' all his exchange papers for somotliing interesting, and can absolutely find nothing. Evory paper ifr drior tlian a contribution box ; and yet something must be had— his papor must como out with some tiling in it, and ho does the best ho can. To an oditor who has the least caro about what iio selects, the writing is the easiost part of his labour. A paper when completed should bo one that the editor should bo willing to road aloud to his wife, his mother, his sis...
Natural History of the Baby. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 May 1879
Natural Jliwtory -or the Bal»y. ;:-Vi ' What animal is this ?' - , 'This is aibaby. Hois now about. throe .years old, and at tho wickedost poiiit of his earthly career.' ? ? ? ' What countries does the baby .most inhabit.' 'Ho can bo found in every inhabited country on the globe, tho samo as mosquitoes. ' Can thoy bo tamed ?' ' Yes ; quite easily.- After a. /little judi cious discipline tlioy coaso to struggle and become subservient to the will of man.' ;r . 'Does tho baby eat grass?'' ? 'Yes, or anything else. . Thoy . swallow pocket-knives, thimbles, buttons, spools or any other object a little smuller. than a . ton-, cup. If offered milk, tliey seldom refuse it.' 'Do they graze during the day, or,only at night ?' ' They are always grazing, paj'ing not the least. heed to the hour. Whon not actually, eating they generally give utterance to a peculiar cry. Strong lnen often -jump out of bed at midnight in the coldest weather when hoaring this cry.' 'What meaning is attached to this ...
The Boy with the Bandbox. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 May 1879
Tlic Boy with the Bandbox. I Yesterday foronoon, as the country poople who had brought in produce to sell in tho market were about ready to start for home, a boy appeared at the lower end of the Cen tral Markot with a blue bandbox under his arm. Among tho vehiclos was a one-horso waggon belonging to an old woman who had just sold four bags of onions, and was ready to drive home. TJio Doy approached her in an honost, straightforward manner, and remarked : 'Well, auntie, hero is that bonnet, at last.' 'A bonnet?' she inquired. 'Why, yes; the ono you ordered at the store a week ago. You'll look so purty iu it that the old man won't know you. It's all paid for all right, and now I'll set it down right hero by your foot. Tra-lar, auntio.' The old woman know tho boy was making a mistake in leaving a bonnet with her, but after tho first word of surpriso sho mado no sign. Sho reasoned that it wasn't hor busi ness to correct mistakes, and as soon as tho boy had retired, sho picked up tho lin...
MISCELLANEOUS. Working Men's Wives. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 May 1879
MISCEIjILiAETEOUS. - WorJiins flScn's Wives. ' ? ? In a country like this, where wo may bo sniil : ^to have an aristocracy founded by working ' ' men, and where tiie chief foundation of our future success and national prosperity lies in raising and elevating tho dignity of labour, ? so as to foster and oncoucage tho improve ment of our social system, it behoves us to minutely examine and analyse its defects so that it may bo as perfect in its working as possible. Education, everyone admits, is the lever and mainspring of happiness and pros perity. Intelligence, combined with mechani cal skill, cannot fail to make a good work man and useful member of society. With this end in view, therefore, there is every facility given by the stato for the mental and physical improvement and development of our boys. A great amount of money has been spent to make our education system, as per fect in its working as possible, and the result is that at tho present time it will compare favourably with ...
All Heaven is Still. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 May 1879
All Heaven is Still. ByM. -All Heaven is still. Eve's star liko maiden sty, Waking from gentle sleep with timid glance, From 'neatli the silkon lashes of her eye, Peep's slily through Hoavon's curtains drawn ' askance, Till bolder, sho in beauty bright doth shine, Tho peerless child of Heaven, m faultless form divine. Sho oft in maiden bashfulness doth seek To hide her charms beneath the fleecy cloud, Whose snowy veil of sheen, with silvery, streak, But heightens more the grace, sho fain would shroud, Till noiseless stealing forth in cloudless sky, Badiant with smiles she stands in all love's ?witchery. Fairer than all earth's children are the stars, Tho' fair the flowers, earth's beauteous offl ' spring bright ; For scarce a summor's breeze but sadly mars Their tender forms arrayed in hues of light. Bnt. Oh ! how fairer far hoavon's children aro, Visions of loveliness, like the Bweot vesper ' star. All Heaven is still. In tho far boundlestwost One fleecy cloud, liko to the lonely a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 May 1879
To onr Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not receiving thoir paper regularly will obligo by promptly communicating tho fact to tho pro prietor, at the office of this papor. Public Notice. MR. JAMES ARMSTRONG, Postmaster, of Terrara, will roceive ORDERS for ADVERTISEMENTS or JOB PRINTING on my account j and all ordere for such loft at his promises up to 3 p.m. on every 'WEDNESDAY, will meet with prompt attention. JOSEPH WESTON. Telegraph Printing Office, Nowra, March 17, 1879.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 May 1879
A nuegot woighing 2-loZ. (says tho Ballarat Courier) wis unearthed on Tuosday, April 22, at tho Red Jackot lead, Durham, by two minors who had boon fossicking in tho locality for somo timo without much success. Tho nugget ivos sold at tho local branch of tho National Bank, Buiinyong. Tlio ground whero tlio nuggot was discovered Was first opened about 20 years since. PTJLU for SALE, at . ' J. -GREEN'S ? . Post Office Storo, ' ? ?- ; ? Nowra. . ^LL^ Nos. WIRE NAILS, -3d por' J. GREEN, POTATO 'oNt[o/nS, ? for -seed. J. GREEN, Pfcst Office Store, ' ? r ? - - ? ? - ? . ? . '???? .. Nowra. - liacc for ' I liiiltns Crncks.' ??, - QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY. OWNERS of 110/ TSVind othors wishing to arrange for ubc vo, please moot at MOSS'S. HOTEL, on SATUR JAY NEXT, at S.p.m. ?; G. S. . ROBERTS. May 13, 1873. : ? BE. J. P. BREKET0N, - L Licontitttoof Royql Col J6go Physicians and Surawa&/J!!dm.) ApothocancfcfllitH; Dublin. . Licentiate Midwiflry, Two Diplomas. Tudor Cottage, Terrrtra. Visits B...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 May 1879
A Heartrending Scene,— That truth is v stranger than fiction no one will deny who keeps hie oyos opoii as ho journeys on in life's way. , Last week a few but true mourners followed tho . remains of a highly respected young man to their last resting placo. Among those fow was his brokon hearted widow, who, though she had boen married somo years was still a eirl in her teens. The body of hor beloved had boon lowored into tho dark grave, ' ashos had been committed to ashes, and dust to dust,' and ono by one tho melanoholy band woro leaving the mournful spot. The passionate sobs of the deso late young widow had all at once boon stifled, but still sho knelt as if in prayer for support and comfort in hor groat sorrow. Gontly a friond touched her and whispered it was timo to go. No answer camo, and looking in tho tear-stained faco it was found that it was whito and rigid, and that tho oyos wero olosod in the sleep that kdows no waking. Hor grief had killod her, and bofore another sunset sh...
Cable Intelligence. WELLINGTON, (N. Z.) May 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 May 1879
Cable Intelligence.. C From the Herald. J WELLINGTON, (N. Z.) ( May 9. 1 Three thousand males hn.vo assembled at the' nativo. meoting at Waikato.- Sir George Grey , and Mr.. J. Slieehun wore present,- but King 1 Tawaliio passively refused to- visit or to receive ? ' them. lie- simply ignored thom, and 6aidto tho assemblod tribes, 'I will' hav9 noifhiug to do with Grey, and will not consent to his manago mvnt.' Hopes aro still entertained tiiut Titwuhio will ask for Governor Bobinson to visit him, when, full uecord between tho races will be secured by united action between tho Governor Ministers, and tribes. London, May 6. Tho Marquis of Salisbury, roplying to a ques tion put to him in tho Houso of Lords, Btatod that her Majosty's Govornmont. had accepted tho Russian interpretation of that cltiuso in tho Ber lin Troaty providing for tho evacuation by tho Russian army of occupation of Bulgarian and Roumolian torritory, nainoly, that it shall com monco on tho 3rd instant and bo complet...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 May 1879
LOCAL MTJELLIftKSiCE. Quoits and Athletic; Sports, etc. — Lovors of tho gamo of quoits, and other athletic sports, will find a good day's amusomont at Mr. T. Hood's Greenhalls Hotel on the 24th instant, as announced by advertisement. Obituary. — Wo regret to learn that a fine little girl, aged throe years and eight months, daughter of D. M'Loan, Esq., J.P. (of Mayfiold), died from an attack of croun and bronchitis on Sunday last. Her remains, which wore followed by a numerous train of mournors, woro interred in tho cometory, Nowra, on Monday last. Nowra Recreation Reserve. — 'Wo under stand that J. Greon, Esq., Mayor of Nowra, has recoived a communication from tho member for Shoalhaven. J. Rosoby, Esq., intimating that the items of £100 for improving tho Nowra Recreation Reserve, and £200 for foncing and otherwiso improving tho Nowra Racecourso, as placod on tho Supplementary Estimates, havo boon passod. Nowra Municipal Council. — A special meeting of the Nowra Muuicipal Council was...
Shoalhaven Police Court. NOWRA, TUESDAY, MAY 13. (BEFORE their Worships Z. G. Bice, and B. Brown, Esqs.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 May 1879
Shoalhaven Police Court. Nowra, Tuesday, May 13. (Before their Worships Z. G. Bice, and B. Brovm,. Esqs.) Christopher Graham v. Stewart Young. Goods sold and delivered, £6 14s 3d. No defonco. Plaintiff deposed to tho correctness of tho claim, and as to service of summons. Verdict for plaintiff, with costs. J. D. Cainos v. Ronald Golland. Destruction of 27A~roods of fence. Damage, £10. _ . This was an action brought undor 29 Vic. No. 21, Section 1, to rocovor tho vuluo of 55 panels of fencing alleged tohaye been destroyed by a hre lighted by aetenuant, witnout giving uuo l notice. i Defence, not indebted. Mr. Richards was retained by plaintiff. J. D. Caincs, deposed : On tho 28th of August last ho was ploughing in his paddock ; saw defendant sot fire to a quantity of cornstalks ; the f ro afterwards caught in a reedy creek which carried tho fire to deponent's fence on the b'oun- : dary betwixt himself and Angus Noble, and 55 panols of tho fonco wero completely burnod ; ho wont in com...
Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 May 1879
?boaUuntn Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. - Atiril 30.— Illicwarra (s.), from Sydney. May 3. — Elawarra (s.), from Sydndy. DEPARTURES. May 1. — Illawarra (b.), for Sydnoy ; Our Own (s), for Sydney ; and Alexander Borry (b.), for Sydnoy. „ 5. — Illawarra (s.) for Sydney. EXPORTS. Por Ula-warra (s.), Captain Garde, on the 5th May, 1879, to Sydney : — 153 bags maize, 12 kogB butter, 14 bags oysters, 3 coops poultry, 5 cases eggs, and sundries. To Kiama : — i bags maize. To Wollongong : — 6 bags maizo. Per Illawarra (s.), Captain J. Garde, on tho 8th May, 1879, to Sydney: — 178 kogs butter, 45 bags maizo, 47 pigs, 46 chooses, 15 bags oysters, 1 case cheeso, 6 coops poultry, 12 cases eggs, 14 pieces cedar, 1 case bacon, 5 packages leather, 4 bags bacon, 1 bag potatoos, 1 hide, 1 bag 'rampkins, 4 baskets fish, 1 cart, 1 horse, 1 ? basket w. ducks, and sundries. To ICiama : — 13 bags maizo, 3 empty casks. To Wollongong : — 55 bags maizo, 1 .parcel, 1 bag hides.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 May 1879
Illawarrn Steam Navigation Company. STEAMER'S TIME TABLE. -. BOM S H 0 A L H A V E N,. SSoiulay, « a.m. Tliurstlay, 8 a.m. FROM SYDNEY, Tuesday and Friduy, at Xl p.m. All inoals supplied during the passages of tlio steamors free of charge. JT Tlio Stoam Droghers, undor cliargo of Captain IfcfBuclinnan, aro always plying on tlio Slioalhavon ' Rivor in connootion with tlio Sydnoy steamers. - E. , MANNING.' '? English, Mcuttiftli, iiimI Australiim ? Cliar-crc-l USank. ? - ? ? ABRANOH-of tliia Bank is -now OPEN 'at, NOAYRA, Slioalhavon, in temporary promises, for tlio transaction of all usual bank ing business. : - . . ? ? -. , ' JOIIN DOAVLING, Manugor. Sydnoy, 5th Juno, 1878. Wanted to be I£nowai. W JONES, ; Collins-stroot, Kiama, lias * Horses and A'ohiclos FOR ILU'E. Ho is prepared to run between Wollongong and Ulladulla. Also, that ho is a. wish purchaser of Hidos and skins in any .quantity. Mr. W. C. KING, SOLICITOR, & c . , KIAMA. ? D. IINBSAY BYMOCK, Auctioneer and Commi...
Ocean Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 May 1879
? ? , Ocean IHTail Time Mle. TlMEtablo for the present month, giving tho date on which letters, to bo in time for despatch by the homeward route, must be posted at the prin cipal local post-office, as woll as the date on which foreign letters may bo received after the arrival of the outward bound mail steamers. Pacific Mail, via California. Homoward Route. | Outward Bouto. Leaves Arrives at | Leaves I Arrives at Nowra. London. | London. | Nowra. ? ^Ma^21^_|--_j£iil£jr_j_Mch;J!7_]_JVIay_13_ P. and O. Mail, via Suez. Homoward Routo. | Outward Ronto. Leaves Arrives at Leavos Arrives at Nowra. London. London. Nowra. Iirayj-(^^ftily7^|]\f(!hj6|]ira^3^ E. akd A. Mail, tia Torres Straits.* Homeward Route. | Outward Route. Leavos Arrives at I Leaves Arrives at Noma. London. | .London. Nowra. Ma^_^2^_July_21JAfeh^20_j|_May_2^ * By this route letters, not over £ oz. , marked, ' via Brindisi,' will cost 2d more than letters markod, 'via Southampton;' but those by the former routo will arrive i...
Gardeners' Calendar. M[?]A Y [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 May 1879
Gardeners' Calendar. * .. A'.'gSf . KlTOnEX ftSS&EN.— Proparo tho ground for tho early spring crops by thoroughly dig- | ging, trenching, and manuring ; let every available piece of vacant land be prepared for sowing or planting, aB this is the period whon a fow hours' labour may bring in a handsome roturn aftor a duo lapse of time. Clear away all dead leavos, and free the bods from weeds. Sow broadboane, radishes, peas, onions, spinach, and lettuco ; trans plant horse-radish, cabbages, cauliflower*, &c. Rhubarb may bo planted in shady situations. Beds for sea-kale and aspara gus may bo mado, but caro must be taken to have them well manured and deeply trenched. Celery may still bo transplanted ; that planted before will require earthing up. Flower Gauden. — Tho remarks made before, as regards the kitchen, apply equally to the flower garden. Shrubs may now bo trans planted. Tho borders should be carefully looked to, and all appearanco of untidiness romoved. Propagate ...
MELBOURNE. May 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 May 1879
MELBOURNE. Mav 7. At n mooting last night it was resolved to. build aw oeoan paluco stoamor on Wilson's plan, for tho hiuy trade, capable of carrying: 1003 pas songors, ?.'. ??'??' ; .?. / Ma y9. Tho pugilists— Mace, . Foley, Hickon, and! Thompson— wero charged' at tlio Polico Court, to-day, with conspiracy to commit a breach of the peace; The' easeHvas' postpon-eti till Monday, About 2000' selectors assembled iit Mount Macedoii to-day, on tho occasion of throwing open tho- land, Ouo selector, nansxt Cbnmor, shot another. .Tlioro wore 800: applications for tho 03 allotments, and for the two best allot ments there wora 82 and 78 applications respec tively.- About 500 porsons camped in tho' neighbourhood last nightv ' ? Thero are rumours of tho' Kelly's whereabout® having boon traced to near Grota,. but there is no tsace- of tho- euitlaws^ May 13V Four men mounted and armed havo boon soon in. the Dandonong Ranges. 1 They are supposed, to bo indontical with tho ICellys. Tho polico havo...
BARRINGTON. May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 15 May 1879
BARRINGTON. ( From the Sydney Papers . } Mav S. Tho first Govormramt oscort Ioffc to-day with! 808 oz. No. 1 Star Company (Anderson's) lino havo obtained 81 oz. from 37 tons. No\, 1 Mechanics' south aro now cloaring np aftor crusliing obout laO tons of amalgam, which shows a yield of about 400 os*. ? May 10. Mechanics No. 1 claim has finished crashing IOO tons of stono at Watt and Driscoll's machine. The stono yielded 300- ounces. The Star of tho South is now going tlu-ongh tho- samo machine.