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Cable Intelligence. Dec. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

Cable IiitclliKcncO. (From the Sydney Papers.) « ? Doc. 22. Six ladies havo contributed a sum of iiillOO to tho fund initiatod for tho elofonco of proporty during tho prosont period of lawlessness in Irolauel. At a largo mooting of Irish landlords in Dublin, a motion was unanimously ])nssod con demning tbo working of tbo Land Act, and elonianding that thoy should, in accordanco with Mr. Gladstone's promiso, bo componsatcd «for OabUd UUU1131U1 1UU UV , UtU IIII^V 11.U14UHVU.] UIUUU by Land Ceimmissions, in fixing tho amount of rental to bo paid by tenants. , Le^ 23. Sovontoon British sailors havo boon nrrosteil at Now Orleans for causiug a. elisturbanco at n public mooting in tbat city. The proposal to holel nn Industrial Exhibition at Dublin noxt yoar has been abandoned owing *v tbo elisputoa which havo arisen in rofcionco 1# ? asking tho patronago of hor Majosty to tbo undortaking. Considerable controversy .has nrison', and it was consielorod odviiablo unHor tho circumfctancos to a...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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nobelist. BELLA'S HERO; OR The Marquis and The Freebooter. A STORY 03? THE WELSH MARCHES. CHAPTER V. NEXT!—AN HEIR OF MENDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

gpklM SELLA'S HERO; OB The Marquis and The Freebooter. A STORY 03? THE WELSH MARCHES. ' Bx SYLVANUS COBB, Je. »0 ?'? ? ? ' I CHAPTER V. - A NEXT-1 — AN HEIR OP MENDnw. V How it happened neither George nor Bella oould ever tell. They only knew % that wbon they were fully sensible of ex ^ ternal tbingB— when the situation was ' understood — Bella's head was pillowed ? upon her hero's bosom; both his arinB were wound around her; and the kisses * . -were warm upon her ohoek, and upon her ^*****»lips ! ^ She had been, so entirely unnerved in vivid remembrance of that dreadful moment —had so aciually lived over the scene, and Buffered the agony of the moment — it had ?k been so real — than b1i« hud closed her eyes, and with that last word upon her lips — % 'Tha wxt!' — she had only thought of 4t% what came next in that awful hour — the Baving arms — the sheltering bosom — and when she saw them before her, how natural was it— how really beyond her power to resist — the instinct ot' reatf-o...

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Poetry. LITTLE ENOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

. jffietog. j LITTLE BNOUGH. \. ' * By Josephine Pollabd. ? I Each hour of tho day thore 1b some demand1 » On (ho loving heart and willing hand; ' ' ~ Tlat lor all tho bleBainga they gather, yearn To mate an ample and ewilt xeturn.j * ? 'lit little enough wo can do to pay ' : ': ? The debt we're owing Irom day to day, * And yet we've seen aa through life we've ? trudged . ' i That even a little ia olt begrudged. ' ? If out of onr path tho thorns afo swept, If out of the raging storms we're kept, ., .If we're not living, as many muBt, „ On novertv'a onrae. and novertv'a arnst. A With grateful thoughts ahould the hoart and & mind . . ?^ J The poor, and needy, and helpless find, \ . And help tbem over their way so rough, And feel that our bonnty is lntlo enough. There aro griefs the heart will never reveal ; I Thoro aro wounds that uo one on earth oan 1 heal; f There is hunger that bread oannot satisfy ; There are lives that Satan has turned awry ; And if to these we oan give n...

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ORIGINAL POETRY, TIME. 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

a? s tra us. ( ? 1S82. f' lloiiMNO, rolllnir, over rolling, like yon woven mists ii fur, i: LViisele-u lnlliiw, o\eriolliui;, lilio the mil f upon the bur. I l.ll.e the sldim Ui-ml uyinj,-, mi the shell htn-n n henten uliorcf; Tint ccii'-olciH vulliiii;, inouotoiip, iliitli null for over moio. -' liollimr, ovei'iolliiiL', ii.selmiml (lillLHo'el-yoiiiiimpluiiiiioscu! l-'leet ►pilit.s of tho uinil, with How iiifr rolled Buliliinoly free, Itoilinif, evi-i- l-olhiig, whon mom'i, thioim of opul H]ilciulom (;1C{11IIS, [ itollinc;, ceusolivs rolling, w-hen the cmlil.won'ri vesper slre.mm, Jtoilllll7, over.roiiiiiK. toy ui'vumiuir uiui iiiihihiiiii^ wiivt-, O'er -noilclH, niul empires,1— ciiaulpli'il ill dtwoliit ion's riiivc. nolling, c\er nillinir, since creations new bnnifliii-svlieil liitlil, llolling oiiwuiil'n ever,— in thy untiuiciimii'il— incilihtuig linllinirusTtora-lollM, o'er Atlicnn, Hiilbcc-, Thebes nml Tynv O'ei ifanphH, Jliikylon, Sillom, tlieii- obek-sliH, npliinx, uni Holli...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

? ' ? ? . SYHJSfEY. fi-nosr ouu coiihesi'onhent.I What with preparing for tbo holidays, mooting and chatting with frionds from tho country, perusing the Christmas issues of poriodiddls'nnd newspapors, — all of which aro very intorosting this timo of tho yoeir ; anel not tho least among thorn is your own Sliaalhaven Telegraph this timo, many say tbore aro vory fow provincial papers in tho colony so woll got up with vn'riod and interesting mattor as tho Telegraph ; if thoir judgment is correct, and it is not for youto say, it ought to bo an incontivo to your people to further energy— tho timo aud attontion of tho city folk is so absorbed at present that there is littlo opportunity for thought or other work. It was hoped that tho smull-pox would elouroaso when tho hot woatbor sot in, but it is not so — it is still spreading, Possibly had tho weathor been cold it would bo worse. The last fewdaj-s has boon prolific of accidents by trains and tramways— so much indifferonco and carolossnos...

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Honourable Success [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

HoBiournlilc Snioccw-;. Mil. Hunhy HuDaoN, a uiumbur of the woll known firm of TIudHoii Brothers, Sydnny, in his speech to othor elay rofurrcd tei liis oarly life. The Echo says :— # % Tho spoocb of Mr. Henry Huejson on tho occasion of tho turning of tho first lur&nt Glan villo, whoro his tlrm is about to oroct its now promisos, wns manly mid emtspokoii ; especially , was it valuablo whoro it tnuchod u]ion a pointy I which appoiu-fl to ho a .stumbling block to ninny ' of tho Australian youth. Mr. Hueison said 'ho felt no ropi-oacli in stating tbat, whon ho^loft school,, lio wheeled a barrow through tlio Rtreota of Syelnoy,' Ho\y many voiing inon of tho pro sent day havo brains ulioiigh to sejo that tboro is ? no dishonour m honest manual toil .?? Afimj- who spend thoir l'nonoy on rings, aud billardsi and cigars, and who aro in debt to thoir tailors, and who think tho height of rospoctability is to ' do tlio block,' would bo ' rof.fly to sink into thoir thoir boots if thoy wo...

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Bumour. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

9mm. '* ' nurnm Uarnsr's Vrawor) ... ,. As illustrating tho mannor in whiou tuo true Now England Yankee always oviuloa 'mint* ?? cornered,' Mr. Arthur Gilm.ui lolls aTtoV °o°f a Vaukoo sohooluu.B.or w -ho was always bragging about t Uo TJntfod States. In conversation with nn J^i, iisn . man ho said, ' Wp ^n l.ok-J'.u 'B' smart. Wo'vo aims uono ... .»»»?? -? --- rfoiUff'un. At Lexington, Concord, bam- . toVa, Bunk.-r Hill, and lotu of Mom I-'mcb, ^KC'Cdt8tU,)Bn#i.hmau. «I.lo,o. ^SdisSio^woS;^ y°» Wa'af you did. I forgot all' about that. I stouldnt havo thought otit it you,, , hadn't a-spoko of it. But then, you see, . ? at that battle tho AmoncjHJ-. Botnohow. ?, . dirtnt sccn\ to iaho any tniin'es* m the fight!' ? -. . .- 'THKv'(*Qunsol fortho plaintiff,' said a. ,?? gay and fostivo attorney of tho feuporior* Court, «h.s boen somewhat duoarsivo m his romatlB to you. Ho has- alluded to alnioBt everything in the pages o£ history, . ancient and modern. Ho hns socked with old Sooratos, r...

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MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 December 1881

MSSCMgiBjASk'JEOSJS. ' ' ; ? ♦_ ? VoLUS'i'EBii An'tTiiUiuv. — Major Frodoiicl: Wolls, of New South \Yalos roginioht of Voluu toor Artiller3 , to bo Lioutonant-Colonol, vice Wilson, deceased. A SEW stool steamer, tho Austral, is boing built for tho Oriont Company's Australian trade. She is about tho sizo of tho Orient, but will havo a muciv gi ?ciiluv ruiti ui spuuu, anci is uxpuuiuu l« loavo England in Fobmary. Mei.iioukni'; pooplo will not havo fomalo ' go-as-you-iileaso».' At the conclusion of Hit malo tournament, sovoral ontrics aro stateel to havo boon rocoived for a touruiiiont of womea competitors, but tho police warned tho prof priotoi'd that if tho contest woro conducted thoir liuonso would bo cancelled and tho competitors aii-efuod as vagrants. I Som: morrimont (says tho Times) was causojl in tho Gunelagai Pohuo Court tho othor eljy by tho mattor-eif-l'act nianuor in which a witnojs in an assault caso complied with a roqnost of the bench. Tho assault was alleged to have boo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 January 1882

'TJtr ANTED, ag/od/C^OK and LAICT*' VT Dl^ KSfW aJft^nttLTSli! and PAlfl ,OK MAID. Kono/S»yi %Soin]-otcut porsous need ' * Mits. BItOAVN, Parma. '^^AXTED, an active steady BOY, to attend V 7 to horses irt^^nilk cow, and to make himself oth«i v.'i-e //ja&.. Apply immediately to Mil. 11. Ci. MOlW/lsNumba.' 3rd January. 18S2. ON and after this date anv CATTLE foiro/i 'ITIESPASSINa on j/ollomia Hun will bo impounded.. ^ K7* ' ?- X»y*-Rs. bowe, lSlh July, 1881. ' Wo wra, ffitB2!«oil-i!l fiiilsirict. ^/ NOTICE is horoby given that tho MUNI CIPAL LTSTJftr tho Vear 18S2 is pre pmed, and in the ^fwpS, 'f tho undersigned, and mny bo inspo^ufUjiir tho Council Chamuers, botweon tho 7lh yftl l*y«lays of January. All names oF n/srsons omitted, or objections to names inserted, must bo notified on or beforo tho 14th instant. M. MAKHACIC, Council Clerk. ? INowra l?Ssnii«il-;»l Bisli-k't. . i/ NOTICE is horoby givon, that an OPEN COTJHT will bo hold in the Municipal Council Chambcis, Nowra, a...

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Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 January 1882

CotBanBici'cIsiil Ii64«aSi(;eucc. South -J«iiKt and 'West Cr.itideia Co oyevaiive (.'ontgiitiiy (SjimiitiMl). Sydney Maukut Pjitohs. k - Tho holidays havo filled up a good deal of this week and interfoied with the oidinary course of businoss very much. Dining the few open days wo havo oxpoi ioncod a brisk demand for butter, eggs, and poultry. Tho fonnor nrliclojias gono oil' frcoly at 7d to 8d, though much of it was voiy poor quality. Dairymon should by somo means endeavour to cool their milk and cream sufficiently to popni'tite tho butter Iroin tho milk. no niivo nnn u good ueai oi uuuervuuring mo wcok, which, if submitted to a'. 'tompora- tuio low enough to causo separation of milk, butter would, wo bolievo, show about sovonty-fivo per cent butter and twouty-fivo por conl milk. This should not bo «i. This butter is unsalable undor any circum stances, nnd wo know leasonablo caie, attention, rand intelligence, could piovont it. Bolow wo givo general quotations. ' £ s. d. £, s. d. Bu...

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SOUTH COAST NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 January 1882

SOUTH COAST KOTfliS. A portion of what appeared to be/the bul warks of a ship was cast ashore on the beach noar to TJlladulla on Monday, 19th ultimo. No name or murks on tho wreckage to identify to what ship it belongod. Wo havo been informed jthat tho wreckage looked liko a portion of tho gangway of tlio supposal ill-fated ' Balcluilin ' and that Captain M'Ai'tlmv took it up tj^^HM in the Kamoruka on.Monday last for^^^^^H 2u^^t i^tolioved^that a good ^^^^^^t Tin: Milton Times oxclainif in it a-lth ultimo :—' iStmngo thut tho. PtirramtitUi Kivnimj Timn, on tho 1 on tho ' Fitzpatnck burial' -|Uostio; word for wcml the snmo as tlio lov Rhmtllitivcn Nrwt of the 17th insto) still tho cmorry is uimnsworod I if Imminr iiiiiiiimiin Mhriu /mtttihtmttt. y)l Till: stem) and promises now in ool Messrs. Watts and Son, Milton, (nays; togotlior with the cottage at tho rija' purehnsed by that linn from Mr. Wffl ' for Iho suin (if £S()0 cash, and w» Hum speaks volumns for tlio rising [ir Milton. I ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 January 1882

SYMSJJEY. f [j'JtOM OVH COnit.ESPOKDE.VT.] Tin; oxcitemont and noSsu aboutj Sir Honry Parkos this week has boon! intense i What with tho laudations of the teetotal folk, tbo quiet worship of him by tho lOrangoinon, and tho praise of him by thsgouoiylpublioi it hasbocomo almost nauscoous. Wo know wbn it^jis ditt'oront ; whilo then, and over sinci^Iio' 'entered public lifo, youlrl corrospmdor/c and many othors boliovod hjs always ladyio bent principles and tho countiyis kiod i-ileait, and in hand. Somuch for the pcopi5fv»Eo— to-mor- row thoy could bo lod anothoi way. Sir Honry Parkos in his spooc'i at tin Excbango Hotel foreshadowed a lirtlo of tho government policy which is to makeVjp colony groat, but Sydnoy in particular. Tlfc Railway vnd tho bridge) to tho North Shoro'was.tho bu'rdmof Mr. Martin's thomo, when a candidate for West Sydnoy. and I did hoar that ho was urging upon tho Govern ment .the wisdom of buyinjc up soino oE the miserable parts of West 'Sydney, -transforming them...

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The Church and Mr. Fitzpatrick. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 January 1882

I1 Sic Clim-oJi mid Mr. Fitzt»a4j-iek. The full rights of Christian burial have at last it appeals, been accorded to the loiunins of tho lain Mi Mvhuol FitKpatiiek. This i.s an official ac knowledgement that they should ncvor havo lieon lefuscd. 'jhe atoncmeni though lato must bo a Minted of mournful satisfaction to his ftunds who'snfferod in silont affliction at tho indignity cast upon hisgiavo. But why w ore the lemnins ot Air. I'ltzpamckroln&ou Ulnisiinn .buual * Tho Ciitholics of the country havo a nitht to know, fur they lm-\o sufloied dcoph in thcii interests as well as in their feelings. Tf no principle of Oliuicli discipline wcio involved, as it appeals now theio \uis not, it is. too had that thov fchtiuld bo subjected to every .insult which , such .in event whs calculated to provoke. ]t ha1! , noloulv boon mado tho occasion of embittering tho *ocml relations of Catholics with theii fullow -itiyt'n-i, but of thiO'iteuiujr them with an iibs,o I lute dc])tivulion of th...

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MISCELLANEOUS. New Reguiations Under the Mining Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 January 1882

. MlSCJBIiBiAKI3«US, iliew Kcgninli-niM Sutler the HJfJiilnjf Act. Tite following conditions hrivo ?boon- ,-fina]b^|^M niiproved, and woro published in tho (rorerxmoi^^H Gazette issuod on Thursday last : — ' ^W i :28th Section of the Mixing Act 1S74. | Applications for authority under section 28 of ' 'tho Mining Act, 1874, horonftor to- bo doalt ' :;witli, may, whon approved by tho Secretary ? for .Mines, bo grantor! subject to tho follow ing terms, conditions, and restrictions : — I. The area upon or under which permission to mino for minerals or for gold, as the ciiso may bo, may bu granted by virtue of an authority as aforesaid, shall not oxeteed, in regard to coat or shalo, 040 acres ; in regard to any mineral othor than coal, shale, and gold, SO acres; and in rogard to gold, 25 acres. 'Ii Tho form .undor which authority to miner for minerals othor than gold miiy b» granterl shall be that sot out in fho schedule marked Br or to -the liko bffoct as nearly as pnicticuble-. i. Ench...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 January 1882

|| JANUARY. £3 (§3(S16e) JULY. I 8 |M|2 W| T IF IS I Sl@@^ SIM [T 1*12.1 F II i a! s 4 bPu 7 ,¥¥¥W$*?£« ? I...Q i 8 01011 IS IS 14 ! S,J,S,S,I,S IT.:::'::!:::!::: 's'* ggfflfT FEBRUARY. TELEGItAPn,' ll AUGUST. 1 fll'7 Slo'lOll ruWished every 'dfV 8 O'lollllllii 12 13 14 IB 10 17 IS i 1S1M 15 10 ITilSM! 10 20 212223 24 25i THUIISnAY. MSI iKMM'.ar.M 20 27 23 ...!... I ? ] ? 27ii&;gliao.81l...l...| MARCH. ' g , _ . t. I SEPTEMBER. 10 20 21 22 2:) 24 ?--.?- ? 171819 20:2122,23 A-7»8'aoso:31'...il The Larfrest and 24 25|20B7 2S 20 ,i0 ' APR.L. S^JSEK!: ) OCTOBER. \~T~- ? fl ' Coast Districts. I ll 21 Si -1; B| 01 ' 2 a 4 ii '6 is, ? 8 o io:ii|ia;iai4 lois^ir.t'^^r^^w 2l24 232627!2829i L. - ' !'.'.U gP'3Q-31-...l— 1—1— ln 1 I ' classes; acomulete \\ jH ? l-l— l-l ? i- I record of Loral S NOVEMBER. MAY. ! news, it is unsur- :!-pr.Tir27':SU ? ? ! 2| si 4, f,| g i P'is?d '» ''¥? M~ * 5 ° '? S' D10H 7 S 010iltl218: 'rtlslnK Medium. ;.i2;ia 14'1S;1C 17|lS 14 1-)1017il810 20 ? j:ini2o;2...

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Boolong Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 January 1882

H»olnng Diijccs. We have not rocoivod as promised tho onrrios of ' tho Boolong raeos on Monday, but learn that tno winners and numbor of starters as stated below is correct : — ' Handicap Htjudle Race, of £10, with a swoop of ,3s added. Twice round tho course, oyor six hurdles, 3 foot 6 inches high. Second horsoto receive £2 from tho prize. Jn-.T. S.Kowc'illoi-iniio.i ? '. ? 1 A. Fnucr'a Ouickstop.'. ? 2 This wa'! a vory excitin? raco; thouirh only four started, tlio winner having fallon, but was picked up again and camo in a winner. MAimw Plate, of £8, with a sweep of Ss added, for allhorsei thnthavo novor started for nn ad vortixod prizo oxceodin? £5. Second , horso £2 from tho prize. Distance, ono milo and aeiiiartor. XIV. .7. FIs-iiii's Niithtslmilo ? I 11. A. rnttevson's Premier ? 2 Eight started. New Yeahs' Gift, Handicap of £12 with a sweep of ,')S added. Second hor«o to receive £2 fiom tho prize Distance, \i milo. Mr. .T. O. Cilinplioll's ch jr Satniossi ? '.'. ? 1 .1. anili...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 January 1882

' '--- ' 'Is' another column of our present issue will lie found a copy of tlio conditions issued by ' the Minister for Mines for the regulation of mining under thp 28th section of the Mining Act of 1874. Those of our readers who have perused our articles on the subject of mining, under tho 28th section will see that theso regulations are in letter and spirit the very thing we have boen agitating for dur ing the past eighteen months. If these are administered with integrity, — and this is a - ; matter for the pooplo and their representa tives in Parliament to see to— the disgrace ful monopoly initiated by a part of the J Milbuin Creek ring under this abominable and darkly conceived section- of the law will » be robbed of the value which was placed iipdii it by unscrupulous and impecunious ) ad%entuiors, and of the unlimited' power for * ' , jobboiy of the worst kind which it placed in ' -, * - tho hands of a corrupt or weak-minded *? * iMitustoi 'Wo have alroady, time after time, $?...

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Shoalhaven District Turf Club Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 January 1882

Shonllinvcu district Turf Club fiEaoes. - CoxsiDEnADLE interest vis being takon in the forthcoming race-mooting of tbo Old Turf Club, which takos placo on tho 21th and 23th of this months It will bo soon by tho following noini imtions that horse-owners are on tho alort, and that a good mooting may bo oxpoctod. Tho woights will appear in our noxt : — I.AB1I-8' I'UIISR. Jtr. T). Anilcrson's lj m Lnssie, B yra .T. Clmhnlin'n b m Einpmw, - yrs D. Ilymn'a b h Kclso, 5 5 rs ? ch h Ingoiniir, -I jts ? ch p Jtooilliirlit, 0 sts 15. .Tiimlcvin'* b 1; Itnlnliou- (iigo illcgiblo) .T.llonon'KblilViill.SvM I1. W. IFulIN b 111 Oopiii. :) jrs 13. de 5rt--tio'H Mk h rjblh, -I ra J. Elliott's b c UniUilimul, .1 jts. Mr. «T. Cdishnlm's b m Empress, 1 -T3 I). Jlynm'.i b Ii Kclso, ii yrs ? cbhlncoinav..|yi-s E. Jnmioson'a b (f Osair. .'I via .T. llo« mi's bhl'iul, .1 vis II. -lc Jttotrc'a blk h Eblin, I yri. IIUIHII.E HACK. Mr. D. IIram'« cb ir jroonlicbt, s yrs ?Tna. Elliott's cb m Huttorily, ?

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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. (From Greville's Telegram Company.) SYDNEY. Thursday 11.30 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 January 1882

Special TolcKi'njjhk1 Intelligence. (From Qrcville'a Telegram Company.) SYDNEY. Tmiralav 11.30 a.m. Sir John ]!«lioitson has boon upnuintod Ministoi- for Tiaiuls, nnd will porfonn tho duties of Colonial Secretary during tho absonco of Sir Henry ]?nrkos. Monday, 1 p.m. Tho following is the result of tho priiiuinnl ovunt run ut tho nnnuiil mooting of TattorsalVs Club, to-duy : — TA'lTEnSALL S CUP. Lonl Oivillo ? 1 ? Kosinanto ? '. . . 2 K Vnlotta ? -3 Tho following is tho losnlt of the Nniinniuly Stnko^ nnd Clmmpion Enco, mil at tho V. K. 0. Now Yonr's Day meeting : — XroiOEAKBY Sl'AKrs. Navigator .... ...... .-. . .......... .1 Solitudo ? : . . . ' 2 ' Boolka. ? '.... 3 OlIAMl'ION BADE. Coiiolanus ? ;1 Commotion ? 2 Wellington ? 3 ?\Yr.njfEsnAY, ?! r.jr. , T.ittersall's Club intond to iniso added monoy for noxt Tatteisall's Cup to £1000, and Mr. ]D. Jonob, tho ?« oil-known book-maker, is giving n gold cup for tho .who, vnluo at ouo hunched guinons. Tlio Ainoricnn barquo ' Mnnagan,' w...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Broughton Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 January 1882

. WISTKICT jSTJSUWS. Ll'BOJt OUll OOnilliSl'OXDIiN'T.] - ESroii(£ht«(H Creek. At tlio usual fortnightly mooting of tho Muni cipal Council, whon thoro woro prosont — Aldor- uioii Gray (in tho chair) Ilorgau, ICunklur, SbarpOj and 'Williamson. Tho chief .hiisinoss'. transacted was tho opening and consideration of tenders for road work, as follows: — .Taspor's Brush road, ,J. Elliott, 8? por ''chain; M'Intvio's road, M. Elliott, 9a per chain'; Cometury road,) J. Tindall, 4s 10s per chain ; Bong-Dong road, Knnklor, jun., 12s por chain. The chairman ibi ought up tbo report of tho Financo Committbo recommending payment of £0 17s lOd. The report was adopted per.formu, and after tho transaction of snmo business hav ing roferonc.' tniBunrlywalla mini. Tho Council meoting adjournpd for tho usual poriod. ' A validictary tea meeting- w.is givon to tbo Piov. J. Elkin, and !N[r. Brown, on Thursday lait. Tea was laid procisoly at 1 o'clock p.m., after which tho nloro youthful spont an hour or, two...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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