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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 19 June 1879

: Whatever may havo boon tho bovorago of tho godu— and it is boliovod tlmt thoy indulged in noctaroan draughts, somo of tho best efforts of tlio jioots aro said to havo boon olYused undor tlio insinration of 110 loss ])otation than gin. 'It was Byron's favourato indulgonco, and sped tho fancy of many others of colobrity. Thus it has both a pootie and practical uso, and to tlio lattor has it boon most ollicaciouslv put by tho groator origi nator of Udolpho Wolfe's ficilieilam Aromatic Schnapps. — Adv. IIolt.oway's Pills. — Enfeebled lixistonco. — This liu'dieino cmbracos ovory at tribute roquirod in a gonoral and domestic remedy, it ovorturns the foundations of disease laid by dofeotivo food and impure air. In obstructions or congestions of tho livor, lungs, bowels, or any other organs these Pills aro oxpocmllv serviceable and eminently successful. They should bo kopt 111 readiness in every family, being a medicine oi incomparable utility for young persons, ospoeially thoso of fooblo...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The International Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 19 June 1879

The International Exhibition. - A telegram 1ms beon recoived from Mr. Harno Sukata asking for tho reservation of 4000 feot of spaco for Japan, and stating that ho is coming i to Sydnoy, by way of Singapore and Gallo,- as | Commissioner for Japan. Mr. Sakata and Mr. | Ilashimoto, now a member for tlio Government j of Japan, woro joint Commissioners to tlio i ? Melbourne and Philadelphia Exhibition of 18G5,'i .and visitod Sydnoy on their way back to thoir own country. ? A cable message was rocoivod yostorday from Boston from Mr. Commissioner Peabody, stating that two olevators, ono for goods and ono for passengers, and a largo organ wore boing shipped; also an improved railway ear,' callo I tho Miltimore car. i Letters havo boon rocoivod from Sir Daniol Cooper, vico-prosident of our London Commission, including a letter from tho Priiico of Walos to Lord Bolmoro, tho prosidont of our London Commission; a lottor from M. Sontis, of Paris, stating that it was mainly owing to tho repre sen...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Intelligence In Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 19 June 1879

Intelligence in Itrief. At Tontorflold, 1730 ouncos of silvor woro ob tained ill oiglit days from tho Goldon Ago.olaiin, Boorook. All tlio olainis oponod show good silver. Ilogan, convicted of tho murdorof his brother at Tarrawang, was executed on Monday morn ing at Beochworth. IIo died calmly, and said nothing. Auotlior troasuro-trovo has boon alighted on on Cook's Ilill, Nowcastlo. A workman em ployed in forming Laman-stroot discovGrod a tinpot containing a quantity of vory old and Valuablo coins. Baron Lessops intends to commonco tho Panama Canal on tho 1st January noxt. Six toon millions, tho proposed capital of tlio com pany, have been already subscribed. Edwards, tho pedestrion, at Bathurst, finished his task of walking 180 miles in -18 hours, having 9 minutes to spare. Thoro was great oxcitomont at tho finish, and tho Mayor presented Edwards with a purso of sovereigns. Tho Melbourne Exhibition Commission has agreed to a proposition from tho Sydnoy Com mission that a collectio...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 19 June 1879

Original Correspondence. ' TO TIIE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAMI. Sir, — 1 notico in your roport of tho proceedings of tho Centrul Shoalhaven Municipal Council tho following:— 'He (the Mayor) was in coro municatisn with the Council of Education in the hopo that thoy would waiver the objection to tho appointment of Mr. Hinder, as he behoved such an office would not interfere with his. seholastic duties.' Your roadors will probably leraombor that whon this Municipality first advertised for a Council Clork there woro two applicants, viz., Mr. Hinder and tho son of the Mayor. Mr. Hinder was accoptod, bat subsequently resigned, having- ascertained that the1 Council of Educa tion objected to- has boiding tbo ofHco._ Tliff situation was agrmi advertised, resulting' in applications from the Mayor's sou and another, Mr. J. Hewitt. The- Mayor's son was on tHs occassi on successful. After a period of about three* lMtHittes ther offico is again vacant; and now that has son does not require the- offic...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Condemned Criminals. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 19 June 1879

Tlie Condemned Criminal*. The caso of tho condemned criminals, Wilkinson i nnd Motcalf, was roconsidorod by tlio Exooutivo | Council yostorday. Alter a long sitting and a nareful roviow of tlio circumstancos ot tlio caso, h's Excolloncy tlio Lioutonimt-Govornor was plonsod to commute tho sontonco of doath to imprisonment for lifo, A formal intimation of this rosult was mado to tho Legislative Assom bly last ovoning by Sir ITonry Parkos. Tlio Promior montioried amongst otlior things which had woighod with tho Executive that tho unhappy young mon had from first to last admitted tho virtuo and honour of tho girl who was tho victim of thoir misdeeds. Whilst tho Exooutivo woro doliborating, tho following telo gvam was recoived from tlio Rov. Canon Smith, addrossod to his Excolloncy tho Lioutonant Govornor : — ' ' Tho condomnod prisoners for the last fortnight havo manifested a becoming sonso of tlioir awful position, and scum truly ponitont. Thoy dosiro to vindicate tho honour of tho gir...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. The Execution of the Aboriginal Alfred. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 19 June 1879

JV13CJ0LL A % ROUS. - The ISxecution of the Abborigiuaf Alfred. A telegram to the S. M. Herald from Mudgeu, on Tuosday last, says : — ' Thero wns not much oxcitomont hero ovor the execution, though it was generally thought it reprieve would arrive last night, and tho telo graph offico was kept open all night. Alfred hns1 beon vory penitent latterly, and has exprossotf much sorrow for his crimo. Ho has been vory regularly attended by Archdoncori Gunthor and tho Rev. Mr. Boutxau, incu'tn-bont of St.. John's. Alfred was baptized yesterday by Archdoacon Gunthor. About twenty of tho1 public wore present at tho execution. Alfred Was at to tided to tiro scaffold by Mr. Gunthor, who road the1 prayers, which Alfred repeated afterwards. Ho1 was ffnn and courageous to tho last, and seomod contented to meet his fate, though displaying nothmglfko- bravado-. D\mth was almost instan taneous, all tho- arrangements boing well carried! out. Alfred wws buriod' in tlio Church of Enatf|j land' cemotry. ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shoalhaven Agricultural and Horticultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 19 June 1879

Shoalhaven Agricultural and Horti cultural Society. The quarterly meeting of the above-named association was held in tho Council Chambor, Terrara, the Prosidont, John Monaghan, Esq., in tho chair. Thero woro only about ; a dozen moinbers prosont. The Socrotary, John M' Arthur, Esq.;' road tho minutos of the previous meeting, which woro confirmed. Tho Prosidont suggested tho propriety of amending a number of tho socioty's rules, but it was objected to, as it wasnecossary to filo a notico to that effect at least thirty days boforo tho dato of the meeting whereat tho proposed alteration should tako placo. Mr. J. Houston inquired what- had boon dono towards representing Shoalliavon at tho forth coming International Exhibition. ' In other parts of tho country lie.observod that meetings were hold and influential committees appointed to carry out tho nocessary arrangements. Ho couiplainod that no such stop had boon takon in this district, and that tho gonoral public woro in total ignorance...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shoalhaven Police Court. NOWRA, TUESDAY, JUNE 17. (Before their Worship John Monaghan, and B. Brown, Esqs.) INSULTING LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 19 June 1879

Shoalhaven Police Court. - Nowra, Tuesday, June 17.. (Bofore their Worships John Monaghan, and B. Brown, Esqs.) INSULTING LANGUAGE. Hector M'Lood was charged by Constablo Morris with having mado use of insulting lan guago at Terrara on the 12th instant. Defendant pleaded guilty. This dofondant having been boforo their Worships on several previous occasions, ho was fined £1, and 4s lOd costs of Court, or 48 hours in the lock-up. Fine paid. John Smith was also charged by tho same officer with having made uso of insulting lan guago on the 12th instant, at Torrara. Dofondant pleaded guilty. This being his first appearanco boforo their Worships, ho was finod in tho small sum of 2s 6d, and 4s 10., costs of Court. THREATENING LANGUAGE. James Condon was charged by Constablo Morris with having mado uso of threatening languago in a public placo at Torrara on the 7th instant. Dofondant pleaded guilty. . . Kneel 2s 6d, and 4s lOd costs of Court. BltUNK AND DISORDERLY. James Dovanoy was charged ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Liquor Traffic in Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 19 June 1879

The liiquoavl'raliic inlrcland. ?- r rf r ; - 1 I Tiie Dublin coiTesjjondojifc^of^a London journal telegraphs . as. -follows ' A sonouaj riot occurred- ? at-a- meoting to support W movemont for closing' publichouses early on Saturday night. A numbor of mon broke into the . 'Ancient ? Concert-hull, ? led, it wns stated, by publicans, smashed tho glass in tho door, 'and cut one of the assistants of ill-. Russell soverely on tho- head. -The 1 wounded man returned into tho Iiall with 1 his head blooding, and appoaled for protec tion to the Lord Mayor, who presided, stating that the publicans, armed with sticks, had forced, their way into the build ing. A number of men from the body of tho hall proceeded to expel the intruders, and a hand-to-hand fight ensued. Dean Dickinson and his wife attempted- to leave tho meeting, but wore assaulted, and seeing a mob outsido who were shouting and threat ening violonce, tho Dean returned to tho meeting. He stated that he had recoived a letter with t...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Late Fire at Terrara. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 19 June 1879

The liate Fire at Terrara. On Wodnosday last, an inquiry into tho causo of tho late firo at Mr. A. Ilyam's stablo, was hold at tho Royal Victoria Hotol, Torrara, boforo tho Coronor for tho districc (T. M. Richards, Esq.) and tho following jury F. W. Flatt (foreman), J. Lamond, M. Marcus, W. Macdonald, P. Ryan, J. Armstrong, M. Walkor, E. Pooloy, P. Walsh, J. Kohlor, W. Griffiths, anu u. j,. vvacson. Mosos Aizloy Hyam doposod : Ho was pro 5 rioter of tho Royal Victoria Hotol ; oh tho lOtli uiie ho was informed that his houso was on firo ; ho was, a* tlio timo he was informed of tho firo, at an ontortainmont in a building adjoining his houso ; on going outsido, ho saw that throo stallod stablo was on firo ; tho roof of tho stablo appoarod to bo all on firo ; thoro was a loft to tho stablo, floored ; thoro was about 7 or 8 cwt. of hay in tho loft ; tho stablo in question was insured in the sum of £o 0 ; tho stablo, ho thought, was insured in tho Morcantilo Mutual Insurance Company of S...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS. The Horrors of War. UNAVOIDABLE MASSACRE OF THE AFGHAN PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 19 June 1879

MISCEIiBjASrEOrcS. : I The Horrors of War. . - ; : ' UNAVOIDABLE MASS ACHE OF TUB 'AFGHAN ' ' : PRISONERS. ' On the following day (tho 8th) reconnoitring 1 parties scoured -the country in every direc tion, 'and came back with : tho nows that ? although straggling parties of. natives wero 1 still on tho hillsides, yet not a smglo Mongol or 'Waziri was visiblo on the plain. ' It was : pleasant information, and tho day passed quiotly. About 7 o'clock, howovor, whon' wo wero in the mulst oi dinner, two shots woro fired on the right side of the camp, ' and this was immediately followed by riflo- 1 firing by our sentries all around. Every- 1 body ] umped up in astonishment. To judgo ? by tho continuance and rapidity of the firing, the onemy had crept down from tho hills' across tho plains, and wore now surround ing us. The general buckled on Ins rovolver and went out to soe what tlio matter wa^ at the samo timo sending soveial of his officers to bring, him information. Bang, bang, bang, w...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 19 June 1879

Committee Meeting. . . At tho conclusion of tho abovo-montionod meeting, tho committoo of the Association com menced business in tho same room. 'Prosont. — The Prosidont (John Monaghan, Esq., J.P.), the Vice-Presidents (W. Lovegrovo, Esq., and James Ryan, Esq.), and Messrs. John M'Arthur (socrotary), Thomas Robson, John Houston, D. Hyam, and Jas. Lamond. Tho minutes of the previous meeting wsro read and confirmed. Messrs. Houston and Robson, who had boon appointed a sub-committee to oxamino and report on tho most suitable site for a plougliiug match, from two fields submitted to the choice of tho committee, reported verbally that they had duly examined tho paddocks- of Mossrs. John Monaghan and R, Leslie-. They agreed that Mr. Leslio's paddock was tho best of tlio two. Thero was only ono mattor that loft tliem undecided, and that was that Mr. Loslio did not care to dolay tho ploughing of his paddock later than tho middle of July, whereas H was pro posed to hold the match m August. T...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Misappropriation of the Public Estate. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 19 June 1879

Misappi'opriiition ®f (lie Fub lic | It is strango how. lightly -some. hon;;mombors take tho proved abnsos of tlieland law. : Suppose wo had a loan of ton millions -for making, rail ways, and that it had been provod boyoud dispute that- at loast fivo millions had been jobbed away without. ...realizing :' '.tho purposo . for - which the monoj' had . beont- borrowed,' what; would bo thought of legislators who would say; ' Oh woll,-. -novor mind, , thero has been' a'good doal ofrail way mado with tho jnonoy jiroperly spoilt, let us havo anothor loan ot tlio samo amount, and repeat tho procoss ?' . Yet this is practically the languago that is hold with regard ; to the ahonation of the public capital which' we hold m tho form.of the pubbc estato. - That estate has been largely alienatod under conditional purchaso for a special, obJ0ct-:-nanl0ly,', to settle bona- do yeoman families 011 tho so,l To loali/o this purposo wo have given up absolute property. The, result as ovorybody knows lia...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Country Press Agency in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 19 June 1879

A Country Press Agency I11 Sydney. I Tiie Cootamundra Herald propounds a schomo on bohalf of tho country Pross embracing direct representation by a reporting staff in tho gal lerios of tlio Logislaturo, and adds: — 'Wo undortako to show how this can bo accomplished without entailing any oxtra expense ; and that it will also bring with it advantages of tho groat est importanco. Co-oporation will do a groat deal for a vory little outlay ; whilst tho isolated system which is now in forco for roprosontation in the metropolis is oxponsivo and unsatisfactory. Besides roprosontation in tho legislature, tho scheme should ombraco a gonoral agency estab lished in Sydnoy for tho despatch of tolograpliic intelligence and for ropiosontation as a general businoss agoncy. By this scheme every country journal would bo provider! with a direct repre sentative to roport aud transmit as speedily as required intelligence of puroly local interest, of gonoral intorest, accurato roports mdopendont of thomo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Money market. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 19 June 1879

... , TI»e Money Market, j I Wk hoar a good doal at present of the ' tightness of tho momoy market' in theso colonios, which, , combinod with tlio singu larly low prices obtninod for pusloi'iil pro duets, has for a timo thrown a sort of damp ovor our social atmosphere — 'a damp which is by no means reliovod by tho somewhat lavish expenditure of tlio Government 011 public works — many of which wero by no moans necossnry at tho prosont timo. It may bo usoful to consider, if those causes aro noj intimately combined, and do not in fact spring from tho ono source. For this pur poso wo shall havo to oxamino a fow statis tics. It is assorted by many that the glut of cattlo and slioop is ontiroly owing to over production. Some even go so far as to say that wo have on hand in the colonies as much animal food as would suffice for tho noxt year or two, and would seem to imply that wo are approaching a state of things similar to what prevailed in the yoar 18-16, when boiling-down had to bo reso...

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"Going Home." [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 19 June 1879

' Croing Home.' There is'nt a day 111 the yoar but what one can pisfc soe ;suoh -a- parting as yesterday morning at tho Union Depot. - Man and wifo: had como clown to tlio s train which was to-l 1 boar lior to lior mothor's. : Tho husband lincl I .fully porsuadod her that hor health was fail- I :ing, and that slie, ought to go homo on a six I ? weeks' visit. Shql thought sho folt oven bettor than usual,, but husbands -knew bost nbout -these tilings, oi course.- Tins wifo soomed to havo made hor preparations quicldy, and had not yet said - what, was 011 lior mind to say. It lacked thirty-five minutes of train timo, and as thoy sat , down in the waitmg 100m she said 'Now,-Henvy, the last timo-I went' away 'Just wait — I want to seo. if that's our tram, '.interrupted'; tho husband. as lio roso up. Going outj^ho '.was absont about seven mmutos. , When ho returned, . slie was ready to say : ? , ' I wanted to say to you that tho neigh bours — ' 1 ' Did I givo you tho cheek for your trunk ...

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ADELAIDE. June 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 June 1879

ADELAIDE. ' - , ' Juno 18. A woman named Stratton, who was married at the Burra on Juno 5th, died on Juno loth, it is supposed from fright caused by certain jiarfcies' who tmkottled her Jbouso on tho night of tbo' marriago. At tlio inquost a verdict of man slaughter was returned aguinst tho tinkettlers, who uro at present unknown.

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MELBOURNE. June 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 June 1879

MELBOUENE. Juno 18. ' It has boon ascortainod that two'ot tho Ivolly syui]iathisers recently arrived in 'Melbourne to purchaso arms -and ammunition for tho gang; as thoy liiul run short. Thoy obtained' what: tlicy required und loft town. TJioy nro known to tlio polico, and warrants have beon issued for their arrest. Stops wero not tukon botoro, as it'Wiis desired to seo whorri tho men wont to: Juno 20. AVieborg and Pearco, charged with tho 'Avoca' gold robbery, wero again brought up at tho City; Court to-duy, und furtlior remanded uutil Tuos- '' day next. Sir Georgo Stephen, barrister, died tliis morn ing, aged 80. Ho was tho fathor of Ma1. Justico; Stopbon. Ho had not practised ut tlio Bur for somo years.

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BRISBANE. June 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 June 1879

- ? BRISBANE. Juno 18. ,-.Tho EoVi'Pathor Scortocliini; tho victiniiiu tho rocont stubbing caso;-is recovering. 'SI'Golderick,' his assailant, has beeniconnnitted'ior trial:'. '-';.:. :

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NORTH COPELAND. June 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 June 1879

1 ^ NOKTn-COPELA2vTD ' 4 Juno 18. - Tho Princo Churlio Company^ (Brockwoll 'and ?Paul) crusliod ; 190 tons quartz, -wliichvyioldod : 270 o!!; : gold, i- Armstrong . und.;,Com])nny huvo. struck a roof on--iho''Bo8o.'and-Ihititlo'.lino;;v--'X-.:.'-'S

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