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Gardeners' Calendar. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
Gardeners' Calendar. JUNE. Tho rainy season has genorally sot in by this tinio, and in some parts of tho country operations nro considerably retared from this cause. Tho bonofit to be derived from an efficient system of drainago will now bo apparent. Kitchen Garden.— Sow tho early kinds of peas ; also beans, carrots, radishes, parsnips, onions, salad, spinach, &c. Continue tho oartliing-up of celery, &c. ICeop the hoo at work in advancing: crops. Proceed with digging and trenching, as before recommended, taking advan tage of dry weather to manure tho ground. Slower Garden'. — Continue transplanting, and attend to tho cuttings planted last month. Weeds grow apace this month, and will require constant attontion to keep down. Bulbs, herbaceous plants, and flourishing shrubs may be planted. Advantage should bo taken this month to lay down grass for plots and lawns. Tho remaining dahlias should bo taken up and stored. Fruit. — Pruning should now bo proceeded ?with : as it...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
- -r-.-KT*' ?: - - v : A tfNIVEnsAL panacea is almost fluro to boat* univorsal imposition, that charlatanism, blatant as is its ti-umpot, cannot blow into acceptability or l'oputo, Tlioso specifics that assumo to euro evorythiii'' euro nothing, and honco it is that Udolpho 'Wolfe's Schiodam Aromatic Schnapps is only a powerful safeguard against gout, gravel, flatuloncy, dyspopsia, wliothor chronic or iiotlto, nervous- debility i urinary or renal obstructions, torpid liver, stagnant condition of tho bloodj lnal-assimilation of food) vital oxliaustion, ami similar atfoctions. — ^AliV. Holloway's Pills. — Bilious complaints-and irroguliirities of tho systom jiruducDd by dopravod or ovor-abuudant bilo, can always bo corrootod ? by a fowdosos ol tlioso inestimablo Pills which al'o ovoiynvlioro adniii'od for thoir raro conibina-, tion of mildness and powor, for though thoy con-' quof with oaso and rapidity tho most obstinate disoaso thoy n«roi\ weaken tho stomach or nocossitato1 any inter...
"Tomerong, May 27, 1879. "To Mr. T. GANDERTON, Secretary of the Building Committee of the Union Church at Tomerong. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
'Tomerong, May 27, 1S79. - ' To Mr. T. Gasderton. Secretary of tho Build ing Committee of the Union Church at Toinorong. ' Sir, — Permit us to inform you, if you havo not already beon mado aware, of the fact, that a considerable amount of ill-fooling and indigna tion is created among ,bur corinnunity on account 'of 'the nmiinor in which tho Unioii Church afc Tomoi-ong has , boon handed ; over to . a society called tho Good Templars, who now claim tho church and ground as private property. ' Tho subscribers' fail to see how tlio church and ground could becomo private property with out their consent boing first obtained, neither can thoy see that; meetings for any other pur pose than for preaching tho gospel and giving religious instruction can properly bo hold within tlio church ; anil further, tlio subscribers having paid thoir contributions for tlio oreotion of . a church for public - worship,' nnd refused to sub scribe for tlio building of n mootiiig-liouso or School of Arts build...
Capture of a Burglar. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
of n SSiirglar. At the 'Wiiicr lJolico Court on Friday (says tho I'Jvlm j :i L-asi! oi somo interest ill ltsoll. but chiuflv remarkable on account ol tho intrepidity displayed hv two youths in foiling aud arrest ing a notorious bad charactor in an attempt at burglary, was brought -before Court. William Johnston, a parson well known to tlio police under any but favourable auspices, was chargcd with being on tho promises of the Kov. Zachary Barry, -if Wobllalira, on 'the night of tlio 22nd instant, with intent to coinniit a felony. Tho chief evidence: against the prisoner was Ca!ob Harry, the son of ? Dr. : Barry, a young man apparently hardly out of his toons, who stated that lie was lying awake in bed on Thursday night, or l-athor Friday morning last, whon shortly- be lore 4 o'clock, as near as ho could judge, lie was startled by hearing a sound down stairs as of some one' trying tlio lock of a door. Afew 'iriinutes', intent listening satisfied him that some ono was trying tho store...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
- TO THE EDITOK OP M1E TELEGRAPH. Sill, — Will 'you bo good enough to givo publicity to tlio accompanying letters, in order to show your readeru what lias resulted - from. ' The Tomerong Disputation,' anil how it is hkoly to olid. Tho first of theso, dated May 27, was, as may bo soon below, sont to Mr. Gandortnn, in bis capacity as Secretary to tho Committee of tho ? Tomerong Union Church, requesting liiin to' call a public meeting for tho purpose inontioned in tlio lottor. The second lettor is a copy of liis roply, and the last is a copy of my fiual'notico to him on tlio subject of refunding subscriptions which I haudoil over to him, and tho.rofund of wliieli is demanded oi mo by tlio subscribers. - JOHN PAllNELL,
Appeal Curt. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
Ai»»enl Coiii't, After concluding tlio abovomontioned busi ness, Messrs. ; Monaglian ;and M'Loan retired, and Messrs. II.: G. Morton, Z. G. Bice took their seats on tho Boncli. ?; It was decided to lioar appeals against assoss mont in Torrara Municipality first. — 0. 1. Watson appealed against an assessment of £40, residence' and ' printing, oflico; ' which assessment - was £18 in access of his annual rental. - Reduced to. £28.— Tho assessiriont on Jas. A. Chaseling's liropei'ty was conlirmed: Oil appeal Andro Do Mostro's assessment was adjudicated oil as follows: 40 acres, conditional purchase, used as a site for saw-mill, assessed at £50, was rcducod to £20, (£15 for shod and £5 for land), -as the Bench hold that machinery or !teols of trndo.wore not legally rateable ; 195A acres, assessed at £50, was reduced to £30 ; arid a prb-oni])tivo lease of i)U0 acres of unimproved land, assessed at £12, was reduced to £9, — £5 lOsinoxcoss of tho rent of the leas.?. In roforonca to this ite...
Shoalhaven Police Court. NOWRA, TUESDAY, JUNE 9. (Before their Worships John Moaghan. B. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
Shoalhaven l'olice Court. Nowra; Tuesday, June 9. (Boforo thoir Worships-' John Moaghail. B. Brown, J. Frtt8or,:andSD.;M'Loau, Esq.'s.) Patrick Toinoy pleaded guilty to having boon drunk and disorderly 'at Terrain' on tho 3rd inst., nnd wns fined 5s. and costs, wliich lio paid. '! Jimmy,. Ruttor,': -ail' agod ;and waifo-liko aboriginal, Was understood to plead not guilty to a^eliargo of boing drunk and disorderly in Nowra on the night of Sunday, tho 8th instant. Tho cnargo.was provea oy eergoam: unove, wnosaui tho dofondiiut, in company with othors of his race: created a great diBturbanco during tlie-timb servieo; was being conducted in tlio ohurclios, and thatvtho 'accused was '-particularly ill-behaved. Finnd: os. and costs, or tho alternative of 24 hours in the lock-up, wllich was accoptod. ? 1 IVi't'bply; to thp-'Bohbh'^Sorgoant- Griovo said tlie.spirits ' wore: supplied! Ito the aboriginals by i' white men ' - who ' piirchasod it at tlio hotels. Oho of the eases to bo heard at ...
Original Correspondence. The Tomerong Union Church. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
.Original Cori't'Sjiondence. The Tomerong Vniou Church. TO Tlti! liDITOll OF TltE TELEQRAI'n. Sir,— I bog a fow1 lines of spaco, in. your valu-J ? ablo journal, to reply to a lettor in your last' issue, signed Janios pout. , , „ , , T I 'do not, Mr. Editor, ask space to roply to tlio, said lottor through spito, nor from any bitter ?feeling: indulged against ; its ''author ; 'nor '-yet' from an intout to ox])oso him in any way ; but purely a motive to;vinthcato tlio Good Templars from an orroneous attack mado upon thoin. ? Ha corrects ' a slight mistake ' as lio says in your Jorvis Bay correspondent's lotter .giving ono 'of tlio songs a now, liaino. Tho said songs haver' novor been sung in our lodge. And tho man who will swear that tho four songs mentioned by your Jorvis Bay correspondent wero sung iu tho Good Touiplur Lodge at Tomerong will swbar anything. ' ? . .-n ? Ho further montions that a Good Toinplar threatened to skin a. certain gentleman's, noso. Win, Dai'ham in a lettor t...
Nowra Municipal Council. THURSDAY, JUNE 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
Seivra municipal Council. ' Thursday, June 9. Present — The Mayor and Aldermen Grey; Monaglian, and Elyard. The minutes ot tho previous meeting wore road and confirmed. The Mayor brought up tho report of 'the Financo Committee, recommending paymont of tho tol ' lowing accounts F. Sidrioy, £4 4s. ; Dillon, I £2 2s.; J, Woston;. /job; printing, £l Is.'; ! Roliardt arid M'Lareu, : valuators,- £20. Total,- 1 ±27 7s. Tlio roport was adopted on tho motion of Aldorinon Monaglian and Elyard. Tho Mayor reported thai no further- progress had boon made iiiitliq; matter ^of^ adjusting tlio ?-. boundary, road, iand laid'ori'tHcTtablo'a pliin' of tho soutli-eastorn boundary of the iriuriicipdlity; Tlio 'further con-' sideratiou of the matter ,wiis postponed till later in tho-meoting.. ' Tho Inspector of By- laws in quired by letter whpthor lie was to proceod against persons guilty of a breach of tho Coun cil's By- laws, on .information of witnesses, when ho had not observed tho broach of tho laws...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
Deaths. j. Woods. — Juno 5, nt tliorosidoncoof his parents, Brundie, Slioalhavon, Thomas William, tho doarlv boloved son of William and Annio Woods, aged 22 years, respected by all who knew him. ' Safe in the arms of Jesus.' - MuRrny.— On the 2nd Juno, 1879 (of con-^ sumption), at the residence of her parents, Moa Cottage, Forest Lodge, Sydnoy, Alice Jemima Murphy, aged 13 years and 9 months, the sixth and dearly boloved daughter of John Moses Murphy, Commis sion Agent and Produce Merchant, Sydnoy. 'Sho died rejoicing in God her Saviour. May yo also bo ready, and may our lattor end bo liko hers.' ®Ij.e ANJ) SHOALUA YEN ADVERTISER. Published every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY. JUNE 12, 1879.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
Tho Vans Courier has completed its twenty socond yearly voluino. At Araluon (roports tho Dispatch of tho 4th instant, on last weok, in two days, tho Porsevor anco Company's claim yielded 50 oz. of gold from its alluvial workings. On the 30th ultimo the Kiandiutelograph line ?was down, and tlioro wero five foot of snow upon tht mountains, and the hills about Tumut woro white.
Clipping from "Punch." [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
Clipping from ' Punch.' I The Garrett-M'Elhone ' fracas,' and tlie part playod in it by the Premier, is the subject of another striking and original cartoon in ' Punch.' In the form of a serpent, coiled around tho gnarled , trunk of a tree, Sir Henry is trying the powers of his charms on an obdurate Kookaburra, or Laughing Jack ass. which is perched on a fence hard byo. The ' serpent ' wears the strongly marked facial distinctions of tho ' ' charming ' Knight, and equally woll markod aro those of Mr. Garrett, as ho is perched, Kookaburra liko, with claw to nose, 'measuring bacon' at the bland countenance of his charmer. The cartoon is made to illustrate the following verses in tho same number of ' Punch' : — A CAUTION TO SNA'.OiS. Amongst their othor deadly ways, Snakes havo the power to charm, And many a bird by serpent has Beon drawn to deadly harm ; Tho viper on his tremblmsr prey, Fixes its glistening eyes, Till by enchantment overcome, ? Tho victim helpless lios. But there's a ...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
BLiOCABj Ii\TTEI^SGE]SrCS. . - Shoalhaven A. and II. Society.— Membors of tho Shoalhaven A. andH. Society, and others interested in its progress, aro informed by advqr tisomont in anothor part of this journal that an' important meeting in connoction with the society Will bo hold at Terrara this afternoon. ?: Terrara Purlio School Board.— A Gazette notico intimates that tho undermentioned geiitle mon havo been ^appointed to form tho Public School Board of the Public School established at -Torrara, viz. Messrs. Frederic Walter, Flatt, UDnvid Ilyam,' Jamos Armsti-ong, Peter Wralsb, William 'Lovogrovo, Archibald Smith. ? - Homeward Bound Claim,- Yalwal.— ? Anothor crushing from this claim was completed' last week, which yioldod 110 oz. jThis yiold, 'with tho .rosult of otlior crushings mentioned, inako the returns from this claim for tlio past few months closo upon £1500, with only four mon engaged wo'rkijig,.uot a groat depth from tho surfaco. ? ! ;? / . - Blankets roil -IHE^laoks.— Tl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
®| )t Sclegnt'plr ? / GENERAL PRINTING OPEieBJi Kinghorn-street, Nowra, Shoalhaven. : Tl'inE oxtonsivo circulation secured for The Telegraph throughout Slioalhavon and: ; tho ' i'- ,JL- ..-South Coast, rondors it of special valuo as an advertising medium. l ;,/,TTho. Ofllco is roploto with PLAIN AND PANOY TYPE, BORDERS, and ORNAMENTS, ' . , which onablo tho proprietf)r to oxocuto work in a stylo equal to any ofllco in tlio colony, with i tlio utmost accuracy nnd dospatch. - ' The Telegraph is published ovory THURSDAY Morning, at six o'clock, . and forwarded to all parts of tho colonics, ' . . - '- . - ' . . li-lRits of suiisciui'TloS. *;??'. ,;????: ?. , ? Yearly, in advanco ? ? ? ? ? £1 0 0, Half-yearly, in advanco ? ? ? ? -j) 10 -4- Quarterly, in advanco' ? ? ? ? .' ? 0 5 6 ' - Oil cicdit, jior quarter ? ? ? ? *. ? 0 - G '0 All accounts londoicd quartoily. | .'- ;r:Tho quarters terminate on tlioiJlst March; 30th June) 30tli Septomhor- and'31st.Decombor, ;; - ? lit which periods on...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
The passing by our legislature of a law through which, tlio authorities willbo enabled to liavo duo control over houses licensed for tlio sale and manufacture of drink intended for human use, is ono step in the right direction, and defective, though tlio monsuro is, if carried out iu its integrity' by tlioso charged with tho exercise of -its^powors,. it cannot fail to have a wholesome effect on some of tho '? poison- shops, and dens of infamy which have -hitherto but too successfully competed againsfc;tlie more respectable tavern, because 'shanti'Mioojiors havo been practically unrestrained in the manufacture and salo of the most poisonous of liquors. To the wisdom and ; practical experience of the present LieutenantGover nor, Sir A. Stephen, and to tlio Upper Houso, is due the enactment of a law which places in the hands of the police duties which; in both the metropolis and many of the country towns, will constitute ono of tlie_ most im portant functions of tlieir offico.-' During...
Action for Libel against the Duchess of Westminster. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
Action for Ubel against the . Duchess of Westminster. Mr. Bakon Pollock and a special jury havo beon occupied for tliroo days upon tho ques tion wliothor tho Duchess of 'Wostminstor gave a damaging character to a former ser vant of hers somo three years ago. A young woman named Jones was, in 1871 and 1872, lady's maid to tho Duchess for some months. Tho Duchess then thought that she would prefer a foreign maid, and caused a notice to that effect to bo convoyed to Jonos through a friend of tho lattor. Jones was naturally perturbed at losing so good a placo, and her disturbance of mind took her to tho borderland which dividos e.Ycitomont from insanity, aud which is vory diflicult to doflno. At any rate thoDuchoss, who seems to have beon really concerned about her, put tho housekeeper to sleep with hor ; went to tho family doctor about her ; sont to hor brother on the doctor's udvico, to tuko her away; gave hor a good character . for sobrioty, industry, and ability ; and, bosidos a pay...
MISCELLANEOUS. The Hon. W. B. Dalley on the Powers and Privileges Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
BSISOOLiHi .1 XKOl'S. The lion. W. Dallcy oil the Powcis ami Frivilcgcs Kill. We reprint a portion of an admirable speech delivered by Mr. W. B. Dalley in tho Legis lative Council whilo tho Powers and Privi leges Bill jvas under discussion there. ' This House, had already declared its 'bolief in the inexpediency of trusting tho i Legislature with- the powers which this bill ! sought,; to obtain; It had been unable to see any reason^ why these powors should bo, asked for. The 'opponents of these provisions liad challenged thoso who supported thorn to adduce a single instance in their parliament ary history which required the enforcement of sueli powers ; and lie need hardly remind the House that no such instauco had been adduced. ' The wholo question had, in this C'liamber 'beeiiy - carefully— ho must . say exhaustively — - discussed. (Hear, hear.) Since the bill, as it had been in this Chamber, hud been returned to the other, thero had been ample opportunity afforded, if the people ...
"Home"—To the Workhouse. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
' Home '—To the Workhouse. I The London ' Standard ' is publishing a j series of lifo sketches from tho backslums' of tho groat metropolis, undor tho title of ' Stroot Silhouettes,' thofollowing — ' Homo j to the 'Workhouso ' — boing No. 4 : — J 'It is very easy to turn our, oyos from | ugly sights, and to considor oursolvos rolined,' said tho lato Charles Kmgsloy m a lottor to a friend ; and tlioso words ocourrod to me when passing througli Bloomsbury. court olio horribly: dull Novembor Saturday aftornoon, I glanced for a ; momont at a bundlo of boiled ^ tealoaf colourod rags hud- i died on a doorstep, and only showing by spasmodic qUivoring and . shaking that a i living boing was hidden beneath them. So I I turnod back and went up to. tlio forbidding looking bundle and spoko a word to it. It moved, and out of tho top of tlio misliappon mass rose a head which, as it turned towards me, absolutely frightoned mo by tho horrible appearance it prosonted. Thofaoo was . that of a woman, w...
Men's Criticism of Women. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
Men's Criticism of Women. | 'A mir, observer' in the ' Yuss Courier ' complains of tho manner in which men take a delight ill criticising women. It is not uncommon to seo two or moro gentle men, in a public sitting-room, discussingthe faults of women. 'Were those men 'void of education I certainly would let it pass unnoticed; but men who havo had a classi cal education, moil who aro capable of hold ing hig-li positions and ? moving in good society, it is certainly very sad to' hoar tho opinions they givo of women. 'Whether these opinions are spoken conscientiously or through prejudice I cannot determine. Should it unfortunately be the formor, it, is to be universally regretted that men are so ignorant of tlio noble qualities of women. They seem to regard them as individuals who are utterly incapable of distinguishing betweon right and wrong, and who tako no interest in anything- but mere frivolities and empty vain compliments. It truly jars hor ribly on one of sensitive feelings to ...
LEAVES [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 12 June 1879
LEAVES —For Bomaderry, Cambewarra, Moss Vale, and &nbsp; Sydney, daily (Saturday excepted), at 2.30 p.m. &nbsp; For Terrara, Numba, and Pyree, daily (Sun- &nbsp; &nbsp; day excepted), at 10.15 a.m. &nbsp; For Tomerong, Wandandian, Milton, and Ulladulla, at 10.15 a.m. For Burrier, on Wednesday and Saturday, at 11 a.m. For Braidwood and Norriga, on Thursday, at 4 a.m. For Broughton Creek and Kiama, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 2.30 p.m.