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Personal Sacrifices. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 May 1879

Personal Sacriliccs. The Eov. DivEdwards was once in a public meeting- urging upon tlio pooplo the duty and. importance of making personal, sacri fices. Ho said, 'This is a tremendous .ovil: this groat country ought to l-o lodocmed from intemperance — ho\v is it to bo dono ? It is only to bo dono by personal sacrifices. You, gentlemen, wlio are in tho habit of taking your wine and other intoxicating liquors, may do it very safely ; nevertheless, tlio influence of your example goes to encour age and sustain all this' through the length and breadth of the community. You must make a personal sacrifice.' And at the close he was desirous that gentlemen should come forward and sign tho pledge. A very tall man, with his head all white, rose first ; but his physician touched liim on the shoulder and said, ' Sir, you must not do that; you know that\you have a complaint for which it is necessary yVii should take a small quantity of liquor every day ; and tlieroforo you must not do that.' Tho ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. C. Ibels' Musical Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 May 1879

Mr. C. Ibels' Musical Elntertainmeiit. As notified by advortisoment, Mr. Carl Ibols, tho talented Professor of Music, residing in Nowra, with the assistance of his piqiila aridlseveral amateurs, gave a musical eutortaimribnt on Friday ovoning last at tho Brass Band Ilall, Nowra. Tho ni^ht was oxceodinglv fino, and tho gathering, which was largo, comprised tho elite,: oi tno onoainavon uistnct. xno cluur was cccu- ' pied ey Z. G. Bico, Esq., J.P., and as tho company was well conducted and orderly throughout, his duties woro light. Taking the concort as a wholo, it was an entire success, and must bo considered as a triumph of tho professional talont of Mr. Ibols, and of his succoss in developing tho musi cul art in his pupils. Two of theso, Miss Gertie Green and Miss Jessio M'Grogor, though neither could bo more than ten or twelve years of age, arcomplished their parts of tho programme most creditably to thomselves and then' teachers, and considering tho youth of somo of tho pupils, i...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 May 1879

Shoalhavcu Shipping Intelligence. I ARRIVALS. May 14. — Hunter (a.), from Sydney. „ 10. — Hlawarra (s.), from Sydney. ,, 20. — Our Own (s.), from Sydney. ,, 20. — Gimbola (sclir.), from Sydney. „ 20. — Promise (itch.), from Sydnoy. DEPARTURES. May 15. — Huntor (a.), for Sydnoy. ,, 19. — Illawarra (s.) for Sydney. EXPORTS. Por, Illawarra, Captain Garde, on tho lfltli May, 1870. — To Sj'dnoy : 82 lings maizo, 5 kegs butter, 12 bags oystors, 11 baskets fish, 2 bags oats, 11 cases, 1 horse, 145 piccos cedar, 3 cases oggs, 3 cases sundries, 1 case honey. To Wollon gong : 10 bags maizoi Por Illawarra, Captain Garde, on tho 22nd May, 1879. — To Sydnoy : 215 kogs butter, 30 bags maize, 37 pigs, 2 calvos, 13 bags oysters, 11 coops poultry, 11 bags and 1 case bacon, jlO bun dles iron, 10 cases oggs, 23 baskets fish, 3 cases lionoy, 9 rolls leather, 12 cheeses, 1 bundlo skins, 1 kog vogotables, 1 bar stool, 1 case wax, and sundries.. To Kiama : 13 pigs, 12 bags maize, 1 lmg pumpkins. To Wollon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 May 1879

Illnwarra Stoim Wavigatioi Company. STEAMElt'S TIME TABLE, ? Jp ft o M S I I 0 A L II A V EN Monday, (i ii.m. Tlnirmlay, S a.m. FROM SYDNEY, TiiCMlay and Friday, at 11 p.m. All mollis supplied during tho passages of til steamers fieo of elmi-go. Uio Steam Drogliors, undor chargo of Captiui Buchanan. live always plying on tho Shoalhavoi lliver m connection with tlio Svdnov steamers. E. MANNING.'. ! JCiiglisli, Scottish, and Anstralhin CliarteredJBanlj. ? \ BRANCH of this Iltinlc is now OPEN a u\. NOAVBA,'. Shoiilliavon, i in .- .tomporan Jiromisos, for tho transaction of all usual bunk ing biisinoss. JOHN DOAYLTNG, Malinger. ?Sydney, jtli Juno, 1878. Wanted to be Binowsi. v . \ \T JONES, Collins-strcot, Kiama; lias - V . ' Horses and Yoliiolos FOR lITTiE. . IIo is propared to run botwoon Wollongong ; '? and Ulliidnllii. Also,, that ho is a cash purchaser, of Hides and skins in any quantity. ? , Mr. W. C. KING, SOLICITOR, &cM 1CIA5L\., B. LINDSAY DYMOCK, Auctioneer' and Commis...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Calendar for May.—June MOON'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 May 1879

? Calendar for May. — June, Moon's Age. I 3?ull Moon.- ? 4tli, at 11.40 p.m. Last quarter ? . . 12th, at 3.1 a.m. Now Moon ....... . 20th, at 6.24 a.m. First quarter .....: 27th, at 4.1 p.m. - i? y— — Sun- — , High water at Shoal s' Rises. Sets. ?' haven Heads. II. M. ii. m. a: m. p. ji. 29 G ' - 4 59 1 6 1 31 , 30 ,0'56- 4 58 2 6 2 43 ?« ~ --31t: :' G 57 4 58 -3 22 .4 5 1., ? 6 57 ' 4 58 4 48 5 28 2 . 6 58 4 57 G 4 6 36 3 6 59 4 57 7 5 7 32 .4 6 5!H 4 57 7 57 8 19

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Ocean Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 May 1879

Ocean Mail Time Table. Time table for tho present month, giving tho date on -which lottors, to be in timo for despatch by tho homeward routo, must bo posted at the prin cipal local post-office, as woll as tho date on which foreign lottors may bo rocoired after the arrival of tho outward bound mail steamers. Pacific Mail, via California. Homeward Route. | Outward Route. Leaves Arrives at I Leaves Arrives at ? Nowra. London. | London. Nowra. _^Ta£^l_J__|TuljV_7__j_^rch;_27_J_2d[twJ3_ P. and O. Mail, via Suez. Homoward Route. | Outward Route. Loaves I Arrives at I Leaves Arrives at Nowra. | London. | London. Nowra. _AIa£j)|-ruly7|^JMi;J3^J^Mayi3_- E. and A. Mail, via Toitnus Stuaits.* Homeward Route. | Outward Route. ?Leaves I Arrives at I Leaves Arrives at Nowra. | London. | London. Nowra. May 12 [ July 21 | Mch. 20 j May 23 * By this routo letters, not over £ oz., marked, 'via Brindisi,' will cost 2d more than letters marked, 'via Southampton but those by the . former route will arri...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. Cheese Manufacture in America. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

aiiscE&iiiAanBuus. Cheese Manufacture in America. Cheese, which is one of the principal staplo articles in tho provision lino, is extensively made in and largely oxportod from tho United States. Although tho manufacture of cheese was known to tho earliest colonists still its production as a speciality in this country began only about seventy years ago. The movement was inaugurated on a small scale in tho eastern part of Now York State, and most farmers then had little faith in it ; but as tho fact gradually bocamo apparent that tho cheese fketajSywere making much more monoy thatt\lrose: engaged in mixed husbandry, tho sceptics imitated thoir more enterprising noighbours, and in twenty years after — viz., in the year 1847 — the industry had spread to several States, and was largely embarked in. Previous to this period and for several years later American cheeso was an inferior article, and none of it was exported. It was packed in rough casks and peddled in the local markets ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Parliamentary Amenities. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

'' ~*T'J ^ V I Parliamentary Amenities. It is to bo hoped, though, we are by no means certain of the fact, that the readers of newspapers generally regard with some .* interest not merely the not result of what is dono in parliament, but likewise the manner in which the parliamentary business, the business of the people in general, is carried on. It is of course impossible that in a .paper of the dimensions of the Telegraph, and published at weekly intervals, should presont an adequate statement, however carefully epitomised, of what takes placo in the two Chambers of the Colonial Legisla ture. Local journals, we noed hardly say, ?are dependent upon thoso of the metropolis ? for a complete report of what is said and dono in parliament, though a telegraphic message may give a bald and summary statement of what was done, say, during the preceding evening. In our own case, — and -such are the inevitable disadvantages of a mere weekly issue, — it would be impossible to do moro than pres...

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POETRY. To the Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

POET# Y. I To tlie might. Swiftly walk ovor tho woStorn wave, Spirit of Niglit ! v Out 'of tho eastern cave, Whoro nil tho long nnd lono dny light Thou wovost dronms of joy nnd fear ? Which niako theo terrible and dear, — f Swift be thy flight. , Wrap thy form in n mantlo gray, Star-inwr8taght. Blind with thine haii^tho a^es of day, Kiss hor until sho ho woariod out, . Then wonder o'er city, nnd son, and land, Touching all with thino opiate wand — Como, long-sought ! Whon I aroso and saw tho dawn, . ? x-: ?: I sigh'd for theo ; ' Whon light rod© high, and tho dew was gono, And noon lay honvy on flowor and treo, - And tho weary Day turn'd to his rest, Lingering liko an unloved guest, I sigh'd for thoo. Thy brother, Doath, camo and cried, Wouldst thou mo ? Thy sweet child, Sleep, tho filmy-oyed, Murmur'd like a noon-tido boo, Shall I nostle near thy sido ? WouldBt thou mo ? Andlropliod, No, not theo! Death will como whon thou art doad, Soon, too soon — Sleep will como when thou art fl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

EROMISSOEY NOTE BOOKS for Salo nfr tlio ofllco of this paper. ' ; , 11ULU for SALE, at I ' X Ji GEEEN'S Post Ofllco Storo, Nowra. ^LT^Nos. AVI EE NAILS, 3d poi^ J. GREEN, / ' T- c t T A To/o N i/k S, for seed. X I J. GEEEN, Post Offico 'Store, - - Nowra. ? a? o jy B3 or , ^ 1VT OAVI! A COTTiVojS /jjrjj^stroet, at prosont d.^1 occupied by C%tiin Stonn. /J. GEEEN, Post Office, No-nTa. W « T I C E . ^ rnilE I. S/N. CO^ KBSAJEEE will, on and JL '? after tlio 4th7?Wo,. bo at vBROUGHTON OEEEIC on 'WTiDl'ESDAYS, loaving' at TWELVE O'CLOCK. A. BUCHANAN. ? ? ? ? ? ? 't- ? '??? ' T © ] i'/ JETT .? U J B 10 LET, for a tovm o voars as may bo ngrooil 'X upon, tlio NUMB. 'GENERAL STORES, Dwolling Houso, Out-! uildings,- Stables,' &c., .now in tho occupation c Sin' War and Co., tuid in fall businoss. j/ '7 ? S i - :ln connoxion wife, tli Stops is tlio' NUMBA' POST and MONEY 01 DEE OEE1CE.' Possession on 1st Jul , 1879. Apply to . . / M«. h. G.' MORTON,' ' ' ? ? , ? 1 Numba. . ; 26(]i-May, ...

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Sydney Current Market Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

Sydney' Cm-resit 15ff«r3iet Prices. .,.1 Elour, £12 10s to £13 0s por ton potatoes,' 0s.tOs£o 10s por tou;. maizo,2s7dtto.2sS(l'por busliol; buttor, !)d to Is per lb ; choose, 3d to 5d porlb;-biicon, Od to-7d por lb; hides, '2-id to 3d por lb ; pigs, 3M to 4d por. lb ; calvos, 10s Od to 20s cacli; fowfeSs Od to 0s Od per pair; ducks, 4s Od to 0s Od iior pair ; turkeys, (is Od -to 14s por pair; goose, 7sto Sspor pair; eggs, Is to 2 3 Od per dozo'-i.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Calendar for May.—June MOON'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

Calendar for May.— June, Moon's Age. Full Moon ? ? ? 4th, at 11.40 p.m. Last quarter ...... 12th, at 8.1 a.m: ' Now Moon ....... . 20th, at 6.24 a.m. First quarter .-. .. .. 27th, at 4.1 p.m. ? d - _j- — Sun ? , High wator atShoal ? tg -? Rises. Sots. Shaven Heads'. ii. jr. ii. m. ; a. m. . r. it. 5 7 0. 4 07 I 8 41 9 3' 6 7 0 4 56 9 24 9 45 . 7. 7 1 ' 4 56 10 5 10 25 8 7 1 4 56 10 46 11 6 - T : : 9 7 . 2 : 4 56 11 27 11 49 10 ? ? 7 2 4 56 — 12 11 ? ' 11 ? 7 2- 4 56 | 12 33 12 56

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LONDON. Monday, June 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

LONDON. I Monday, Juno 2. The British Govornmont liavo ontered into a Treaty with Portugal for tho movement of troops and war material through Portugeso territory on tho, cast sido of- Africa, -with a viow to an attack ;up*6n tlio Cotowayos noar Zulidand, ; which' lies '.between tho British colony of Natal on tlio south and Portugese pifiaessitfiia- on tlio north.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

To our Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not receiving thoir papor regularly will oblige by promptly communicating tho fact to tho pro prietor, at the offico of this papor. Public Notice. MR. JAMES ARMSTRONG, Postmaster, of ' Torrara, will receive ORDERS for ADVERTISEMENTS or JOB PRINTING on my account ; and all orders for such loft at liis promises up to 3 p.m. on ovory WEDNESDAY, will moot with prompt attentions. JOSEPH WESTON. - Telegraph Printing Offico, Nowra, March 17, 1879

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 4 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

VclcgrApliic Iiitclli^cncc. ( From Our Telegraphic Correspondent /J J SYDNEY. Wednesday, 4 r.xr. ' ??The Land Bill was, I'o-comraitfod lasfc.night, i povoral clausos Avoro amended, . arid a' now I ono carried in lieu of clauso 9, prohibiting improvements upon resorvos from salo for, tlio purpose of piu'ehaso. Mr. O'Connor gavo notico of motion for Friday of a series of resolutions rospocting tlio management and. condition of our eliarit ablo institutions. ; Gongross 1ms voted 20,000 dols; towards rcpTosonting tlio Amorican Governrftent at tlio forthcoming Sydney- IntornationalExM bition. In reply to a doputiofn from-PaiTamatta, which presented a petition for tho ropriovo of the condemned criminals, the Lioutenant .Govovnor said that if ono of his own sons had boon, found guilty of tlio crime howould i bo tlio last, to.-aslc mercy for him and if tlio I wholo world thought tlio livos of tlio eou- 1 donined criminals should bo fifared, and lio thought otherwise,' lio would hang thom. T...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

OuATtLEa Dioicens Surprised.— Old Major Throckmorton, koopor of tho Gait house in Louis ville (tho only man who kicked Dickens), is dead. Tho Post (Washington) says :— He was a good old man and Kentucky to tho bone. When Dickons came to his houso in 1846 the Major gracefully and hospitably addressed him thus, 'w while tho assomblod crowd looked on and listened ? with admiration akin to enthusiasm: 'Mr. Dickons, wo are glad to moot you. Wo know you, wo admire you, and will reckon it a privi lege to be allowed to oxtond to you the hospitali ties of tho metropolis of Kentucky. As your especial host, I bog you that you will command mo for any services in my power to rondor.' Mr. Diokons recoived this with a frigid staro. — ' When I need you, landlord,' ho said, pointing to tho door, 'I will ring.' Tho next momont the distinguished author was half-way out of tho window, tho Major's boot undor his coat tail, and numerous Kontuckians holding tho Major's coat . tail, for the Major viewed in...

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A Gambling Incident. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

A Gambling Incident. A LABY of lank in Paris diod rocontly, in tlio fashionablo quarter of Arc do T'riompho, :of -whom an introstiug story is told. Sho was a famous card-player, - and was. croditod witlv knowing 1 ovory gamo. thoro was to know. 'Whon travel ling in ii foroigfn land sho met,- ono day, 'in an hotel, a. Russian lady, with tliat passion' for I gambling said to bo inlioront in the Russian I nation. Anxious' to play with tho lady 'from I Paris, she' -wroto requesting it fow gamos.- Hor request was granted, and tho' ladies played all night, tho Russian losing at ovory hand until hor opponent. had won from- hor moro monoy than tlio mines in TTm] ti wl v„„ hor rovonuos for twonty-tivo years. At last tlio Eussian ladj' mado a dosparing effort to regain hor fortuno, but without avail. Bising from tho table sho told tlio' .French lady how sho had lost ,111010 than sho possossod, but that in hor dosiro to jiay a dobt of honour sho would instruct hor stoward to convoy to lior tho...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

LOCAL IIKTIDSjM^EjVCE. I Errata. — Several errors appear in a para graph in our last issue, through tho accidental transposal of a lino during tho process known to compositors as ' correcting.' Launojiing of the New Ketcii Formosa. — As intiinatod in our last issue, tho now ketch just completed in Mr. W. R. Elyard's building yard, was launched from hor slip yosterday at half-past nino a.m. Tho morning was wet and disagreeable, yet a goodly number of both soxes congregated to see tho first full-rigged vessol over launchod in this district tako hor first plungo on hor future highway. Tho accus tomed ceremony of christoning was performed by Miss M. Graham, and aftor that lady finished hor duty tho ' Formosa ' with crow and rig ging comploto, moved gracefully and rapidly into tho wator, amid tho enthusiastic plaudits of tho assomblage. Captain Christonson spoedily proceeded to lay hor moorings while many a wish for success to tho vessol'and hor spirited owner and builder, woro plighted ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Wreck of the S. S. Monaro. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

[?] WrccJj of the S. §.? Monaru. Axoi'irnR of, our coasting steamers, {lio'Mbiiaro, Mas suecumbed fo tlio fato that has befallen too | fliany othors,-. notwithstanding that the const' of Now South Walos is,' .from- -a navigator's -point of fiow, regarded as ond of tho safest in' tlio wdrldx : , Tho Monaro was lookod upon atf'one Of tho best Of the stoamsliips ongagod in tlio soiithorn coast trade, andniiturally lnilchsymjiathy is oxprossed TOr Uaptain alioedi' wlio ? was: in' command, on : :iccount of,' tlio. losss: of^his^.yoEEblr'.v.Thb Moiii'iro loft Sidney oiv Wcdnosday oi-ening on lior-usual {i'ip to tho:Southorn' ports. . At an early lloui -ih Tliursday; inrti'niijj;,'sho ran oil a roof : about ton liiilos south of MOVuyav. Tlid sea was smooth at tlio timo, biit the morning was oxtrdmely dark, and rain wti's, falling' at' tho timo j?Lth-f catastro phe. Prom j tlio '? mossago ' r'ocoi liy tologranr from our (Jorrespondont it will bo; soon that the-' passongors woro all saved, t...

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Yalwal. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

Yalwal. On Saturday, tho 24tli ultimo, tho locality of tho ' ' Eclipso ' Company's claim presented quito an animatod appearance, thoro being gatliored together protty nearly tho wholo of tho popula tion of tho Yalwal diggings. Tho occasion was tho starting nnd trial of tlio ongino and battery belonging to tlio abovo named claim, and just oroetcd under tho superintendence of Mr. John M'l'liorson. Tho wholo plant, comprising a ton liorso-powor doublo cylinder engine, battery of ton head ol stampers, nnd all other appurten ances, was, wo bolievo, purchased from Dr. Tarrant by tho shareholders in tlio Eclipse olaim somo months ago, and convoyed at groat oxponso from whenco it stood (at jacqua) to Yalwal, whoro, it is to bo hoped, it will honourably ' owl its days.' Tho plant seoms to bo in capital ropair, and well oroctod ; and so far, wo under stand, gives satisfaction to tho shareholders, a goodly number of whom put in an appoaranco to sco tho first stouo go through. Wo aro informed t...

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