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Braidwood Races. BRAIDWOOD. Wednesday, 7.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

IBrttidwnttd Etuces. BKAIDWOOD. Wodnosdny, 7. U0 p.m. Maiden Pinto— Charloy, 1 ; Brown Filly, 2. Soiling Eaco— Bollmovo, 1 ; Groonmouhtj 2. Publicans' Purso— J. Eowon's Paul, 1 ; Komhlri, 2. Mombors' Plato— Jamioson'sOscnrt; York's Needlo t ; dend hoat. Ilurdlo Eaco— Special, 1 ; Whalobono, 2. (From Q-revilh's Telegram Company. J SYDNEY. Wednesday, 4 m. As endeavour is boing made to obtain a commis sion enmposod of tho City Architect, En-»inoor, and Surveyor, to report upon tho best moaii3 of exit at public placos of ninuiomont. such as churches, theatres, etc., in cases of firo. No frosh casoa of smnll-pox. Dr. Androwf. who sinco tho outbreak of tho disonso, oxaminod pnssonjrors to Victoria at Albury, has received intimation that his sorvicos are no longer ncorlod. Tho principlo of local option does not seom to attract much the attention of ratopnvers, only a tithn of votor3 coining to polls in tho suburbs yesterday. In all ensos, howovor, it wns docidod to grant no now licenses or...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

IlOM/) WAY'S OlSTMCNT AND P[LT,S.— Fistulas, piles, excoriations, and strictures uvo speedily relioved and ultimately removod by applying this Ointmont aftor fermentation with warm water. l'or»oni suffering from thoao scourges of tho hum in frumo should nrrost thoir prnTOss at onoo, for it is both insidious and rapid1. Fistulas, if long uHowod to go unchecked, not only weaken tho nervous system but deslioy lifo. Tho sooner those inestimable remedies mo u--ed the moro certain is succo» , yot none ncod dospair ; hopeless ensos have likowiso yioldod, and tho sufferer boon sivoil a painful (iouth. In oxemia lions a fow applica tions of this healing; Ointmunl. offoi-t u cure, wbilo tho Pills, conjointly with it, tiro especially bonofieial in rolaxing and romoying strictures, ?ivhatovor their situation or duration.— Adv. J.IIE ALiu who yoiiu-s m jliiljiuioo. — -- .uu.'j do, an imitation or cou'utorfoit of a popular modicinal cordial drunk by thousands, knowing what ho vonda or imports to ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

SiOCABi IHfir:EUJirjIGHG3]¥C]R3. Sergeant Giiif.ve.— We learn thnt a requisi tion to tho Inspector-General of Police to retain the sorvicos of the above named ofTiodr- for tho district, is in course of signature. Tho Bonoh, on Tiiasilny list, wo understand, also sent n letter to tho OhioE of Police i'on tho subjoct. Datitxo Tnuin.— Botweon Saturday night and tho afternoon of Monday— proliably on Saturday night— a most daring .'robbery, was committod at Mr. Pooloy's stovo. Torrara. It sooms that Mr. JnmosSraith; whohad boon em ployed in his mniiio paddock, discovorod a cash box recently buried under the grass there; aivl sooing that it contained a bank pass book ami some lotters, ho oxamined it, and found that it belonged to Mr. Poolov, to whom ho delivered it. Up to that timo, it soomod that tho ownor bad not missod it; and it may have boon taken whilo tho shon was opon. for no signs of forciblo entry was ohsorvablo on tho promises. Up wards of £2 in silver had boon takon from tho b...

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Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. Below we give general quotations. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

C»iuBiiufCB»8 finiol9iKuiii.ee. South ,-D»!tHt ami West Caimleu Co operative tiiiiijiuii} (ILiiititcd). Sydney Market Pmoes. Below wo eivo eronoral nuobitions. £ h. d. £ s. d. Butter, bost, porlb.. 0 0 10 to 0 10 Ditto, soconds ditto.. 0 0 0 ,, 0 0 9', Bacon, ditto ? 0 0 5 ,, 0 0 1 , Ditto hoavy and rough 0 0 3 ,, 0 0 4' Choeso, 'ditto ? 0 0 .'i ,.'()' 0. 7 Pigs (alive), each.... 0 13 0 „ 1' 3 0 Calvos, ditto .' ? 0 13 ' 0 ' „ '1 3 0 Hidos, each ? 0 10 0- „ 1 5 .0 , Calfskins, each ? 0 1 3' „ -0 1 0 ' Tallow, por ton ? 2j 00 ?„? 2' 0 0 Maizo.porbushol.. . 0' 3 0' ,, 0 3 3 Wheat, per bushol .. 0 5 0'',, 0 0 G. Barloy, (English) . . 0 & 0 „ 0 4 3 Ditto, (Cape) ditto .. 0-10 ,, 0 0 0 Oats, ditto ? 0 3 3 „ ' 0 3, 0 ' Potatoes, por ton ? 3 10 0 ,, 4 3 0 Haj (oaten) ditto ..500 „ 000 Ditto(lucorno)ditlo.. 3 10 0 ',, .4 10 0 Fowls, por pair .'..-029 ,, 0 3 0 Ducks, ditto ? 0 3 P ,,.0 3 3 Geo.-.o, ditto ? 0 3 0 ,, 0 7 ,C Turkeys, ditto ? 0 S 0 ,, 0 16 0 Eggs, por dozen ? 0 1 (i ,, 0...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Municipal Elections. NOWRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

raunitii&iul Elections. X0W11A. OxTiiBsday, id noon, the loturning-ofpcor, Mr. J. Gr'oon, road tho list of nominations of candi ;datos:for tho offico of Alderman in Nowra Coun cil, as published in our last issuo. Tho candi date all como to tho poll, which takes placo on Friday noxt. Messrs'. E. Finlayson and T. Dillon woro dockrod olootod as auditors, thoro being no other candidate nominated. Thoro woro only two ratopayors present in addition to tho candidates . for civic honours, ami conso quontlj' no spoochos woro mndo.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

., ? 6JYI-.SriEY. [VKOXt OUIl COimESrOXDEST.] Tun aiena of politics in New South Wales is almost deserted, and as tho llouso isclosod, Sir Homy Parkes in Aniorca, and no stirring oloc tioii', tho last topic instead of tho first should bo politics. Sir llonry is enjoying himsolf in Amouci, hu scorns, lobe aiegularlionthore; per haps it is lho Sir and K.C.M.G. that so alt'ecls the gieat UQinociatio governors and statesmen, but it I should quiotly uxpross the opinion, that ,,thoio is just a slight probability of his rq ''tuining with Baronet, or somo suohMillo to his lumo, liouo of your roadeis, should I be wrong, , will call mo a fal»o piophot. Ilowover, his jecoptiou in America is without tho slightest doubt owing to his position us Premier and repiosontativo of Now South' Wales, and ' it aiiguiswell that a statesman of this, an infant colony, bhouldbo lionizod by tho groat American ? Republic, and apparently ono need to, look far iuto futurity 'to soo 'a crculer Britain in a Souther...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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WANTED QUIET. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

WANTED QUIET. A nervous looking man went into a store tho other day and cat do wn for half-nn-hour or bo, when a clerk asked him if thero was anything sho could, do for him. Ho said no, ho didn't want anything. She went away nnd ho sat thero half-au-hour longer,' whuri' tho proprietor went to him nuda-ked if ho wantod to be Bhown anything. ' No,' B lid tho nervous man, 'I ju.Bb want, to nit around. My physician has recommended juL-ieuii 4ULUM iui- ju«, imu sajs aoovo au .things I muBt avoid beins in crowds. Noticing that you did not ladvortiso iu the newspapers, I thought thut this would be as quiet a plaee ns I could find, so I just dropped in for afjw hours isolation.' The merchant picked np 11 bolt of paper cainbrio to bruin him, but tho man wont ou*;. He said all ho wanted was a quiet life. — Peck » Sun. 'Won't yon plonaa play no something, Mlas Hammerandbangf' askod Fogg. 'I Bhonld'like to ovcrao ninoh,' shn uaid, Iook inn at her waloh; 'but really;;I bavo no time,' 'So I liave...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

fc3r Meetings to lie Held. Good .Templar's Lodgo moots at Nowra, February 16, 1882, at 7 p m. ' ?

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

, iSHawiU'j'ta $to'M' . WavSsalion. 'Coiiiltsiiiy. . , -. , ' TIME TAHTjE. J,' ' J , '? fEvorv Monday, Tuosday, nnd . From Sydney. .. j, tadny.nfght, nt 11. riram Gt'cbirwoll i Monday, C a.m. ; Tuesday, ,'i ?i, roreitl;.1',,-;. ( ._ p.m.; Thursday, 8 a.m.; : '' ;' '; lv\ \ '.FAKES: /'Cnbltt^Ztts? ?Stctcm-n' (Cal(Sn), 3-1k; . ? ?,'::?,,', Tjjj^eJij.ajjej/ y£h Otl. ' No Pigs or othdr Tnvci Sfoolc ?will bo convoyed tv tho steamer having lov'Sydnoy on/1'uosday 'ah'ofnobn, ' ,'' * ^'j^Si^Wiii; \ :. ' ?!?' ^'''/JEfKiNNINO,1 ' ' '. - ? ?' ?'?- ' ?'??'??'[i»- ?- ' -'-'-!-'';yt'.'*qinih-rfgdr^-- W, .TONX1S, CoViins-slrodr, Kinnm, 'lms »' ° '13 oi bfiA and Volirclos FOR! I HIE. , II«' is frrepivrcd to run Ijotwoou Wollongong and Tjnntlnlln. Also, that Iro is. a cash purchaser of Hides and okiiiR in any quantity. B, LINDSAY D7H0GK, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, JAMB KB 0 0. WIT a T T General Commission Agent, '' VKOJBWCSE MEKCMAWOP, 110, SUSSEX-STMSET, SYDNEY. Jif.35. — Country Orders ]-i-o...

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Shoathaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

MUonlliaven SUipiiinj; Intelligence. EXPORTS. Tcr Ulavrarm, Captain .T. Qanlo, on the 2IHU Jumuuy. To ' 'Sidney: 1WI imR* lnuiw, 'J01 Vrg* butter, lilfi piss, 13 ' tfllvos, 100 chooses 3 raw crp-, 18 coop* poultry, 2 aises ?honoy, 1 linn wiix. 7 pnekaziH lnlthrr, 2 on.«l:» tallow, nnd sun dries. To Kialmi : 1 Jt'W butter, 1 b«B bass, 1 parcel. To Wollonironp : 21 bug* mnize. Tit Illnwnmi, Captain J. Garde, on tliu 80th .lmmnry. To ' 'Sydney : ?tM biiR8 mime, 169 bans potatoes, 8 pip1, 51 kepi butter, G cases cms, S coops poultry, 'J honwd, 12 rncnuM, and Bundriea. To ICuinui: 21 luiffs nmize, 2 cases bottles. 1 liowo, lot pulinL-s. To WollonraniR : 1 Imut, ?) rase». For AUinvrio, Captain O. Walker, on the Hist .Timuary. To Sydney : 1!)2 kegs butter, 0 buss leather, S7 nliccio*, 1 enso piano, 1 case cheese, 21 eases cg-rs, 9 coops poultry, and sun dries. To WoUongong : I has potatoes.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

To Our Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not receiving their paper Togularly, will oblige by promptly communicating tho fact to the pro prietor, at tlie office of this papor. THE Published every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 0/1882.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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house hold. WHOLESOME ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

fMidjflk WHOLESOME ADVICE. ' If I hud a boy to briug up I wouldn't bring him up too softly,' began Brother Gardner, as Simuel Shin finally quit poking the fire. 'Ebory day of my lite I meet men who were brung up Boftly. As boys dny wero kissod an' polled an' stuffed wid sweot cato and cried ober. As young men dsy had uuffin to do but Bpend money, diets like monkeys, loaf on do streets an' look down on honest lahor. As men dey am a taiiure. reopio who aotiu uato era aa avoid 'em feel to pity 'em, an' data jnst as bad. When I see a man whom oberybody dislikes I realize dat he was brung up on do goody-good plan as a boy. '? If 1 had a boy I'd rub him agin the world. I'd put responsibility on bis ehoul dorB. If he got sujjor he'd aim it. If he got. time for ioafin' it would be only r.rter his woik was (iorje. IE ho was ugly or ohstiuata I'd tan it outer him instead of buyin' him off. If you want to mike a. selfish man humor do whimB of a boy. If you want to makn a coward forbid your boy...

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The Magistrates and the Cambewarra Post-office. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOAL HAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

The Sau«i.strinte.i mid the €ainll-u- 1 v/ai'j'M lD«.s£-«Jliee. T0:TUE ED1TO1I Or TUB SHOAI.IIAVKX 'IKMSlllltFII. Sir,— It having beun publicly .stated and Vaunted m certain quarters that nt a recont eitting of tho Shotilhiivou Hennh, a petition was adopted to tlio Postmastor-Gonoral to diacon ?tinuo tlio present deviation of Iho mail to Cambowarra, I would, with your poimi-»inn,- . make a fow lomarks on the subject, not in dis cussion of tho propriety of such a change in tho postal arrangement, but on tho propriety or Uio-Jjencli acting as it, is sniil to nave ?dono. It would not bo difficult to show Unit two or three Justices casually mooting on Tuesdays, ? nt tho ( oui Ihou&o for Iho tiansactionof ordinary Court businoss, as it is presumed was tho case on tho occasion iilludod to, would, if thus acting and committing the Bench to an expression of opinion on :i matter in no way connected with thoir judical functions, bo acting out of thoir proper sphere, and equally easy w...

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Agriculture. STATION, FARM. AND GARDEN SYSTEMATIC WHEAT-FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

$pmlte. STATION, FAEM. AND GARDEN ?Bt Jumbuotoo. SYSTEM iTIC WHEiT-FAKMINa. With tiio comuiou eense, which ia ohor acterintic of quito a good nnny of -ho public inovemoutB in Soulh Austrulia, thut colony is tnkicg a kndinij part in svetoiuii tic wheat-farmiog. Woro the question put to mon in any of the colonies who havo seen wheat-farming in soveral ot them, it is more than likely that tho state ment would bo inado by tho majority thut in South Australia wheat-farmiug ia cur ried on in a manner whioh desorves to be termed Bystomalic. But it ia aJmittod to bo a poor systtm for many who follow it. Tho Government of tho cotony say it ia a bad and impoverishing process, and. they have taken the stops within their power to introduce a better eyBtcin. This is as it ought to be, and wo aie glnd to be able to give them nil tueaid in our power towards carrying out such a desirable and promis ing work. Tho first stop taken by the Government of South Australia was to secure tho sor viceB of a ...

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Bailifis as Aldermen. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOAL HAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

SSaiElflVi us Aldermen. ' TO TITI! EUITOIl Off TJIV. MKIMMAVKS .ntl.HOIIMII. 'Srn, — Section, 3iJ of tho Municipalities Act states: — 'And ovory person holding ollico or jilaco of profit under or in tho gift or disposal of tho Council' of any municipality, or boing ?directly or indirectly by himsolf or any partnor, engaged or intorost'ed'in any conlrnct or employ ment with, by, or on behalf of tho said council, shall bo disqualified from taking or holding any of tho said offices v* ithin and for such munici rjiiilily.' ' ? How would n bailiff as an uldernian bo affoclod if ho was obliged to distrain or poll tbo proporly ??* of a ratepayer undor oxocution, who had booii sued by tho council for i-atos ? Would ho, or wouM Jio not bo, directly oriiidiroctly interested, in tho employment ;of tho council, Iho controlling power to put him. in motion issuing executions, und receiving paymonl for his sorvices oither from tho defaulter, or if unable to pay, from tho council of which ho is a m...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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CUPID AT SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

CUPID AT SCHOOL. Yoraa Oapid was his mothcr'B joy, A ohild of most bewiiahing looks ; And yet he wan a naughty boy, Becmaue he would not mind his books. Some things ha studied well, 'tis true, For wh»t he know he got by heart, Auu laurood to praoiisa all he knew ; So everybody called him smart. Co-eduo&lion, oame in vogue — Tha new idea pleased him well, 11 Now, lads and laeseB,' lisped tho rogue, ' I'll teaou yon ull to love a;spoll. . Saoh words bb^ 'id8ar,'\' divinosV1 'maid,' . ' My ' angel,' ' sweoSheart,' ' darling,' ' dove,' Tho BOiiooi eooa learned— they oven played With lettora — leitura learned to love. The teaoher taaght the ' Bule of Three' ; They asked was there no ' Bale of Two.' She said, ' Oh no I that oould not bo,' Bat Oapid uitid there wit*, he knew. Geography seemed pastime gay : Tiie luds founds' Nanoy,' 'Charlotte,' 'Ann'; Tbe maidens soon found 'iLover'B Biy,' Then ' Hearts Content,'— the 'Isle of Man.' Doll srammar crow aa sweot as sonar. Tnat nounu h...

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SELFISHNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

SELFISHNESS. In the first place, if you want to rcake yourself miserable, be si-lush. Tuink all the tiuioof yourself and your things. Don'c care- about anything else. Have no feel ings for any but yourself. Never think of enjoying the satisfaction of seeing others happy j but rather, if you should see a smiling face, be jealous lest another should enjoy what you have not. Envy everyone who is t'ettur off than yourself : think un kindly toward them, and epeak lightly of thorn. jj Be constantly afraid les- eomuone should enoroach upon your rights; bu watchful of it, and if any come noar your thingfj Enap at them liko a mad dog. Con tend, earnestly for overytliing that ia your own that may not be worth a pin. Never yield a pjiut. Bo very eeBBitivo, and take everything that is said to you in playful ness in tha most serious manner. Be jeal ous of your friends lest they should not think enough of you ; and if ut any time they ehould seem to negltetyou, put the worst construction upon the...

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Original Correspondence. Local Option. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

? * ift. 10 lltV rDITOIl 01' TIIK BI1OA1.II.IVKX TKI.KCIKAI'II. Sir, — En your last ibsuo thoro was printed n ''R letter on locnl option in which wo woro ndvisod jfc to voto against movo hotels. All vory fino Mr. 3» Forgiibson ! you livo at Tnrnirn, and you aro MJ, drawing water to your own mill. If wo voto Wj) against moro public housos, our hotolkoopors tol will suppose wo don't caro to soo housos of a )M\ bottor class, nnd they' won't build bottor onos; feTS' but if wo say moro lion^oi, tho'ro fust cuto P J?- onough to soo as far through a stono wall as any f If \ of us, and instead of tho traffic allgoing down to ijjji Torrnraj' wo will bo abln to '-hold onr own. «« T» But wo'H not -lot Tbrrnrn euohro us in that VltL ? way. . Wo must hnvo bottor houses or moro of Ajs thorn. Givo a dog a bud name trad j-our may Ijji'f. linng him. If wo continjio to hnvo small ! '.v J shnnty-liko hotels, whoro ovovy word said in \ »',,* tho bar can bo hoard in tho mo=t private room in Ii '' tho ho...

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Appointment of Licensing Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

Aj»[ioliitmcnt of Siicciising Btnavil. Puusuant to terms of a circular issued (q.v.) by tho mombors of tho Bouch on tho 21th January, ultimo, tho following magistrates mot at tho Court-houso, Nowra, on Tuosday lnst : Mossrs. Jamos Thomson (Chairman), Z. Q. Bico, B. Brown, S. Elyavd, J:\s. Fvusor, John Glnnvillo, II: G; Morton, John Momighnn. D. M'Loan', John M'Avthur, and Jamos Waddinston. Tho natiirp of tho businoss to bo trnnsnotod willbo gathorod from tho covrosiiondonco quoted bolowV as tno gist ot somo observations mndo by us on a formor occasion may bo misconstruod, wo nvo. throngh tho courtesy of tho Bonch nnd tho Olerk of tho Court, onablod to lav so much of tho corrospondonco bofovo our readors as will placo thorn in a position to judgo of thonoouliar oiraumstancos of tho matter lipoin which thoir Worships havo boon called to pronounce by way of rocommondation. . ... v, ' y ' :::/-. .^'i:-::: Tho Ohairamn, Mr. Thomsqn,,of 'Burrior, said that on thb 17th tho follo^ving bivbu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

WD. OAVANpLrGlI, PhrenoloKist, froiA' a Sydnoy, h\ 1| visit tliu Shoalhavon District in ;i fow duty; A SINGLE-SEATED BUGGY, noarlj' now,' XJL for salo. / ;/J3. MURRAY, J ? Numba. jC'-Af||TOTiEN]J far four or fivo vonrs, 01K 3&t-\J U Moi/?iSf/.i#Froohold Property, at 8 per uoiit. per i/ilniilA **Apply to Mil. T. M. RICHARDS, Solieitcf, Nowia. ON iiml nfter -this dale nnv CATTLE found* THKSVASSING on/ Wollomia Run will lie impounded. 7 /')/—' J ^f E. S. ROWE, lSUi July, 1881. vSi-:y.ite-l \/ HPO PIJR0nASE,//3lftauglit HOUSE, quiet, .! young, sound, //lnNorvicoublo. Vendors apply portioiiiiUy or bv letter to WILLIAM BARRON, Burrior. Farias U- ILct. (/ TO bo lot by Tondor, for a term, commencing; about tho loth July next, tlio FARM known as ' O.ibbago 'Jiieo Flat,' and now occu pied by Mr. E. TIu\ctJ\A Fur particulars, JJpty nt Post-offico, Boma derry. jf Tondora to bo sent in not lalor than 9th MARCH, to M. A. IIALCROW, ; Bomaderry. A TEA-MEETING,1 ', ;AND' Sale of Useful and F...

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