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A Reminiscence of Charles Dickens. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879
A Rcmlnisccnsc of Charles Sickens. Among a batch of lotters is ono from a tourist friend, who is good enough to copy on tiro a. page or so out of a guido book, sotting forth some facts in connection with Charlos Dick ens, which are entirely unfamiliar, I beliove, to the majority of readers, it reads as fol lows : — ' There is a very attractive ' room' — or, speaking more correctly, ' myth' — in Ipswich, to wit, Mr. Pickwick's room at tho Great White Horse Hotel, tho truo history of which is curious and hitherto unpub lished. Whon Charlos Dickens was a very young man unknown to fame, he reported for the ' Morning Chronicle'— which journal ;lent the services of the future novelist to the ' Suffolk Chronicle,' on tho occasion of a Suffolk assize. Arriving at his destination, the young gentleman engaged the most comfortable room of the chief hotel, the Great White Horse. But later in the day, as the influx of visitors becamo great, tlio churlish landlord, namod Brooks — gonorally called...
Cremation. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879
— Cremation. On March 20, a deputation, consisting of the committoe of tho council of tho Cremation Society of England, Sir Henry Thompson) Mr. Ernest Hart, Mr. T. Spencor Wells, Mr. W. Robinson, and Mr. AV. Eassio, C.E., had an interview with tho Eight Hon. E. A. Cross, at tho Homo Offico, Whitehall, for tlio purposo of discussing with tho Homo Secretary the principles on which they pro posed to establish cremation in the United Kingdom to suporcedo tlio present system of burial, and to elicit from Mr. Cross an expres sion of his views respecting tho same. It appeared that tho Earl of Onslow had given notice of a motion in the House of Lords calling attention to tlio subject of cremation, anil to- meot any hostile motion in that Houso they desired to lay before Mr. Cross tho basis of the iilans on which they sought to extend the operations of tlio socioty, which had beon instituted simply for the purpose of ascertaining the value and promoting inquiries into tlio subject of cromati...
Anchoring a Horse. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879
Anchoring a Horse. A good story is told of an old mariiior who kopt a littlo hotel down hero, writos a corre spondent from Conoy Island, Now York's seaside ro sort. His wife was vory anxious to havo a horse, an animal in which tho old gentleman toolc but littlo intorost, nnd tho old lady finally won hor point, and trot hor horse. Tho stoed was of an orratic and play ful disposition, and used, on tho least provo cation, to tear madly along tho boach, and succeeded in 'spilling' the old lady sevornl times. At last tho captain, who had novor driven the beast, vt-lj»nlfcprod to break him off his vicious habit j^£fi»®tts(jg auothor old salt to aid him, ho procured* a kodgo anchor with a stout line attached. 1 Fastening tho end of tho line around the axle, and putting tho anchor into tho phaeton, the fiery un tamed was hitched up, and tho two gontle men started for a drive along tho shoro. Soon tho vicious animal ospied something which gavo him an oxcuso to run away, and immediately dashe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
T)UL'U for SALE, at - - r/ X J. GREEN'S f . Post Ollico Storo, ? Nowra. ALL Nos. AVI RE NAILS, 3d poi A- lb- vo / l/, J. GREE V P. Postttfli/o^WTo, I ? v mj -a. OTATO 'ONIONS, for seed. J. G KIiEN. Post Offico Storo, Nowra. * : ~~ ~ - ~ \| ! : ? ? ? ? ? ? in-ill and Korti^, ciiitural Dciiitiou. , nnHE QUAM'EEI/rjr iETfNG of the above ;*-L Association wil/.taki plalo in tho - Council Chamber, Torrara, 'JlIIS (Thursday) A1PTER- ? NOON, at 3 ji.iii. All Mi inbors, or tlioso desir ous of becoming/Members are invited to attoud. JOlIld M'AliTlIUR,' ' ' - I lion, Secretary. G enera I /'ost Offico, ^ Syd oy^ 28th Jfay, 1879. A POST 01''PlC]f wi 1 lis eslabli«iiod at tlio XA. following pl'ce. m tho 1st proximo, viz. : — C'ornjolu, between Yutto atali and AVandandian. ( SAUL SAMUEL. Gonoral Post Olfico, ^ Sydney, 2nd Juno, 1879. ;. rjlENPERS for tho Ci/iivbyance of Mails to 3l and from / / i Pyreo and Greonwoll I'ojfufj^six timos a weok, ; 'will bo recoivod at t-liil nflico up to noon on AYli...
Sydney Current Market Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
Sydney Current Market Priccs. : ' .Plour.-f^ Cs to £13 l!)s por ton; potatoos, £4 0s to £5 10s por ton ; lmiizo, 2s 9d;to 3s Od 'por bushel butter, Od to Is por lb ; oheoso, 2d to 4d por lb ; bacon, 4d to Gd por lb ; liides, 2d to I 3d por lb ; ])igs, 3d to 4dA por lb ; calvos; 10s Od Id 25s oach; fowls 3s0d to (is Od por pair; ducks, ?Is.Od to 0s-'0dpor pair ; turkoys, Gs Od-'to 14s por pair; goose, 7s to 8s 1 por pair; eggs, Is 9d per dozon. , . . -
Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 4. P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
Tclcg^i'apliic Intelligence. I ( From Our Telegraph ic Correspondent. J SYDNEY. Wednesday, 4- p.m. , The Hon. Edward Butlor was buried this morn- | i:ig, in tlio Boman Catholic Comotory,, Potor- I sham. Tho i'unoral was' largoly attondod.by all uectious of tho community. In tho Logislativo Assoiiibly,' Mr.!M|Elhono's i motion that no ;foos;8hould;:bo puid to : Govoru- | mont oflicers ougagod as mombors of commissions on Boards of Inquiry, when . such, inquirioS'aro; I hold during ollico hours, was carriod. s ? ' Mr. Windeyor obtained leavo to bring iu abill to appoint a temporary, Judgo: for tlio. Supromo: Court, x Tho rom'aiudor of tho ovoning was .takon up „ on a . motion for adiournniont,: during!' which angrydiscilssions aroso, respecting, tho action of tho Cnbinot ? withirofbronc'o to tho : lato doputa- ; tions. ? '' ' 1 Tho I'r oss' generally condomn tho. action o! the LioutonantrGovornoi'i and thinks, that ho inukes; an ^inwarrantablo nso of his-temporary, powor - andollicial...
The Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
. .-The, JPoMt- Oilice. i Tino twouty-fourtli annual (for 'lS7S) ro]iort of tho Post Olfico has beon laid boforo Parliament.' Tho Postmnstor-Gcnbrni says that tho now .postal routes opened during tho year a'mountcd to 'l 131 miles. The oxtont of postal routo travorsod in tho colony on the 31st of Doceiubor, 1878, was 20,170 imlos, viV,. : On horseback, 12,800 miles ; by coach, (i(i-10 - miles ; l)j* railway,. 730 milfe-. Lho extension ol mail routo by railway .during 1878 was us follows: — Coolainuudra to /N'ortli | \\ragga Wagga, 51 miles ; Quiriiuli to Tainwort.h', 38 miles ; total 89 miles. Tho number of milos travolled in the year 1878 was 4j389, 925, being an increase of 291,395 on tho mileugo of tho previous year. Pourtoon now post-ollices have iioon opened, making tlio total nuinbor S-17. Tho nuinbor of persons, employed, exclusive of i mail contractors, was 1272. Speaking ot the foreign postal service, Mr. Sainuol says : — 'Por several years tho maintainani'o of mail communi...
Household Work by Steam. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
? Household IVork by Steam. TnisiiE is in Molbourno a public laundry carriod on ontiroly on commercial principles, and it does ;most excellent work at modorato rates ; it is fully employed and returns a fair but not largo profit on tho money invested in it. Tlio Argun iOf Saturday lust states that if it woro doublo its prosont sizo it would pay hnndsomoly, for then it would earn twice as much, whilo tlio expanses of managoniont .would not increase in anytliing liko tho samo ratioi It is situated in Stophon streot . North, is Called tho Melbourne Steam Laundryj-and is ownod and Worked by a limited company, in which Mr. T. Y. Andoi'son is tho principal shareholder and managing director. The establishment has boon three years in operation. - \ At prosont it puts through 3o00 dozen articles a wcolc. Its boat customors are tho shirtmiikors, who send thoir goods horo to bo dressed, pnssongor sliijis, liotols, nnd rostaurants, boarding sohools, &c., but tlio numjior of jirivato cus...
MISCELLANEOUS. Death of the Hon. E. Butler, M.L.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
BOSCJBIjKi iV&EO 1J$. lleutli or -the BIoh. JS. Hutler, Yustuiid'ay nioi'ning, ' thoir - Honors Judges Paucott and Sir William /Maiming, as well as counsel and othors iu attondanco at tha Supronio Court, woro greatly shocked, by the,'-, sudden; and lainontalilo death of tho -Hon. Edward Butler, Q.C., and .loader of tho Bar. A: few wooks.ngo Mr. Butler met with au uccident whilo in tho country, from Which : , lie had beon sufferi ng fcwsvoroly. ilowovor,1 no returned to mo pructieo v.ofliis professional duties yesterday, and was con gratulated by tho Bench on his ajjpnroiit restora tion to health. 'Ho rose to address the Court on amotion for a now trial, but had only spoken a j fow words when liis face was obsorvod to become | pallid, and ho foil slowly 'into his chair, with- his ! head on; his .chest, Somo » of- his: professional broth roil thought ho had fainted.-, Tlioy laid him on pillows on , tlio floor of tlio, Court, and imme diately procured medical 'advice,'. Dr. ' F...
Ocean Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
Ocean Mail Time Table. i Time table.for tho present month, giving the date on which lottors, to bo in timo for despatch by ] tho homeward route, must be posted at the prin- j cipal local post-office, as well as tho date on ?which foreign lottors may bo received after tho arrival of tho outward bound mail steamers. PAcmo Mail, via California. Homeward Route. | Outward Routo. Leaves - I Arrives at Leaves Arrives at Nowra. | London. London. Nowra. ' JunolS|__;i^ig;_7__|_Ma£_22_J__£ily_5_ P. and O. Mail, via Suez. Homoward Routo. [ Outward Route. Leaves I Arrives at- Leaves Arrives at Nowra. | London. ? London. Koto. . Juno (i | Aug. 7 | April 6 | May 31 . E. and A. Mail, via Torres Straits.' Homeward Route. . | Outward Routo. Leaves .Arrives at- Leavos I Arrives at ? Nowra. London. London. | Nowra. Juno 9 | Aur. 18 | April 17 | Juno 20 * By- this routo lettors, not over -J oz., marked, ' ' via Brindisi,' will cost 2d inoro than lettors ?marked, 'via Southampton;' but thoso by tho forme...
Intelligence in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
?..'. Intelligence In Il-lef. Tho Rivor' Po hns ovorllowod its banks,' nnd ; groat damage to property has beon'eaused by tlio. flood waters. - Sir ''Julius Vogol, ; Agont-Gonoral' for, Now; Zoalarid; .contests! Pulmouthin tho Torylintorost, nt next oloction. : ' i Tho.Tannahill- colobration at South Brisbano,-: Oil' tho 4tli instant, was vory isucctesful, . and con sisted of a soiroo; -followed by it Concort and | dancing. ' , | / A 'tologram from ;Mansfiold: states - that tho. Ko':ly gang aro ,iii' th'o ,puzzlo -Ranges,., twenty,; milos fi^ni^Iaiisftbl(L^^Xlio.;'polico^nro'ottt,;iind aro said to have discovorod twosaddles and otlior traccs. . , On- tho ,6th ; May. tliollouso of Lords noga - tivod by . 200; against :81': tho f second '.raiding of liord Houghton's bill to logalisommrriaRo with a docoascdvwifo's, sister., vII.,R. IL, tho Princo of /Wales: supported tlio bill, and; prosonted a poti tion l'rom; 3258/ltforfolk farmers in its favour. ? : Tho latest ' advicosi'flom tho Cap...
Calendar for June. MOON'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
Calendar for June. Moon's Age. Full Moon. . . . . . . . ? 4th, at 11.40 p.m. . Last quartor 12th, at 3.1 a.m. : -. ? ? ? New Moon . . v . 20th, at 6.24 a.m. -- . First, quarter ... ; . . 27th, at 4.1 p.m. g i ? Sun ? , IL'ghwater at Shoal . h; Rises. Sets. v- haven Heads. II. M. II. si. , | a. it. .. t. M. 12 7 3 4 56 I 1 2JL 1 47 13 7 3 4 56 2 15 2 44 14 7 4 4 56 3 15 3 47 15 7 4 4 5G . 4 9 4 50 16 7 4 4 56 5 19 5 46 17 7 5 . 4 56 . 6 -11 6 35 I 18 '7.5 4 56 | 7 0 7 23
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
In Sleinorium. TO -MR. AND Ml! 9. WILLIAM WOODS, IN MEMOI1IUM - OF THEIR' SON, THE LATE THOMAS WILLIAM WOODS-. CONSOLATION. '..-rTiiEius is a sinilo for 'ovory Hgh, * - For every wound a balm; A joy for evory moistened oyo, . Fo'r overy storm a calm. . Each sigh is sont a smile to light, Each wound in mercy given ; Each tear-filled oyo will yot bo bright, Each storm subside in heaven. E. T, Ea-twood, June 6, 1870.
"Tomerong, June 6, 1879. "To Mr. T. GANDERTON, Chairman and Secretary of the Union church, Tomerong. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
'Tomorong, Juno G, 187i-. ' To Mr. T. Gamiteivion, Chairman and Secro-. . ? .-tary of the Union Chinch, Tomorong: . 'Sir, — I herobygivo you notico that unloss yon rofnnd to. me, within ono month from the (late oi this notico, . all tho money detailed on my. list (which monoy is now domandedof mo), together ? with that paid l-y mysolf, and oxponsos, I shall suo you in the Supremo Court for tho recovery' of . tlio same, as I gavo my snbscription for a church, aud not for a singing saloon. 'John Parnell.'
"Tomerong, June 5, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
. ' Tomorong, Juno 5, 1879/ ' ' Mr. l'ARJfHLL. , : :f Sir,^tha,vo-;conforrod -,'witl-votlior 'itrustcosv r--' of tho Toinorong mooting-h'ouso lind ' Union ' ? 1 ? Church, amb wc do not-: consider 5, it necessary, ta^ call a iticoling. 'I romain, your obedient servant, Vlt Thomas. Ga-nderton,., ' Secrotary.' ?
Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
Shoalhaven Shipping IntelllKcnce. I . ARRIVALS. ' June 4. — Henrietta (schooner), from Wollon gong i Illawarra (s.), from Sydnoy. „ 7. — UlaVarra (s.), from Sydney. „ 8.— Our Own (s.), from Sydney. ' ,, 9. — Gimbola (schooner), from Sydney. „ 10. — Tomas (ketch) from Sydney. ,, ,, —Promise (ketch), from Sydney. DEPARTURES. ' Juno 4. — Our Own fs.V for Sydney. ,, 5. — Illawarra (8.) for Sydney. ,, 7. — Henrietta (schooner), for Wollon , gong; Mary Ann (ketch), for Sydnoy. ,, 9. — Illawarra (s.), for Sydnoy.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
Hlawarra Stcnni Mvigntlou Company* ' STEAMERS TIME TABLE, ROM S H 0 A L II A V 15 If i Molality, « tt.m. Thursday, 8 a.m. FROM SYDNEY, Tuesday ttml Friday, at 11 i».n». All meals supplied during tho passages o£ tho fetoainors fl'eo of chiirgo. ' Tho Steam Drdghol's, uitdor ehargo of Captain Buchanan, aro always plying Oil tbo Slioalhavon Rivor in connoctioit tfitli tlio Sydney stoamors. . ?- E. MANNING. - ('? * r— ~~ : -,-iv -; ,- -?.&), p. . . ^ v; JEngHfililScoillshvriiirt-AuBtralijm Chartered Hank. A ' BRANCH of tliis Bank is ntlw OPEN : at. j\. NOWRA, Slioalhavcil, in temporary promises, for tlio transaction of all usual bank ing, businoss. ? ?'.'???????' ' . ? JOliN HOWLING, * . Milnagct'. Sydney, 3th June, 1878. Wanted to l»e MnoWli. '\'V7' JONJES, Collins-street, Kimnit, 1ms V T * Itoi'scs and Yeliicles FOR IllR R. IIo is propttred to rtin beUvcen Wollongong and Ulladulla; Also, that lio is a cash piil'clulsol' of Hides and skins ill any quantity. Mr. w. c. mm, SO L.I...
Nowra Mail Time Table. ARRIVES [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
IVowra mail Time Table. , ARRIVES From Sydney, Moss Vale, Cambowarra, nnd Boinadorry', daily (Monday excepted), at (IA!i a.m. From Kiama and Broughton Creek, on Tues- i - day, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9.45 a.m. From Ulladulla, Milton, Wandanilian, and Tomorong, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 1.30 p.m., : : ? - :.?.,?? - . ? . .. From Numba and Terrara, daily (Sunday oxceptod), at 2 p.m. From Braidwood and Norriga, on Tuosday, at 4 p:m. From Burrior, on Wednesday, at 10 a.m..