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LEAVES [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 July 1879
', LEAVES 'For Bomadony, Cambowarra, MossValo, and Sydnoy, daily (Saturday excepted), at 2.30 p.m. ?For Torrara, Numba, : and Pyi'oo, daily -(Sun- ; day oxcoptod), at 10.15 a.m. : - ? - For -Tomerong, Wandandian,' Milton, and Ulladulla, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur days, at iu.ro a.m. : ????For Burner, on Wednesday and Saturday, at 11 a.m. ? For Braidwood and- Norriga, on Monday; at 5 a.m. ? For Broughton Crook and Kiama, onMonday, Wodnesday, and Friday, at 2,30 p.m.
Annie Laurie. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 July 1879
BisawVae. _ ' V - ' -. ?? '' was 'William Douglass' who wroto of ' Bonnio Annio Laurie' ' Ilor brow is liko tho snow-drift, ' Ilor nock is liko tlio swan, Hur faco it is tho fairest That e'er the sun shono on, Unit o'er tho sun shone 011. ? ' . And durk blue is hor o'o ; And for bonnio Annio Laurio I'd lay 1110 douu and dco. . Sho was tho daughter of Sir -Robert Laurio, who thus, in; tlio family register, quaintly records her' birth : ' At the pleasure of Almighty Gody my daughter, Anna Laurio, was born upon tho 16th 'day of December, 1082 years; about six o'clock in the morning, and wa's baptized by Mr. George Hunter, of Gloncaiin.' And his own marriage is givon in tiro samo stylo : 'At tlio^.ploasuro of tho Almighty,- 1 was married to my wife,. Jean' Kiddell, upon tlio 27th day of July, 16.74, in tlio Tonr ]£irk of Edinburgh, by MivAnnane;;' ? . Willio' Doug-lass, by tho way, who poeti cally assovoratod his readiness to dio for Miss Laurie, did nothing, of the sort, but ran away w...
Ocean Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 July 1879
Ocean Mull Time Talilc. Time tablo for tho present mbnth, giving the date on which letters, to bo in timo for dospatch by' tho homoward routo, must bo posted at tho prin cipal local post-office, as well as tlio date on - which foreign lottors may bo rocoivod after tho ? arrival of tho outward bound mail steamers. -Pacific Mail, via California. ? Homeward Routo. |: Outward Routo. . . Loaves Arrives at I Leaves Arrivos at Nowra. . London. | London, Nowra. July 16 ] Sept. 1 j May 22 July 4 P. and O. Mail, via Suez. ?Homoward Routo. | Outward Route. i Leavos I Arrivos at Loaves I Arrives at Nowra. I London. London, j Nowra.. July 4 | Sopt. 1 | May 29 | July 20 E. and A. Mail, via Torres Straits.,* Homeward | Routo. | Outward Routo. Loavos I Arrives at I Loavos Arrivos at Nowra. [ London. | London. ? Nowxa. jJuly__J?_J^J!opt^_j3_J_JVIa£^ * By this routo lottors, not ovor-J oz.,ininrked, ' via Brindisi,' will cost 2d moro than lottors . markod, ' via Southampton but thoso by tho former ro...
The Effect of Diet on Liquor Drinking. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 July 1879
Tlie JEileet of IMet on liiqubr Shrinking-. ? CiiahiiES Nai'ieii, an English sciontific man, has boon tosting tho truth of Liobig's theory that liquor drinking is compatible with animal food but not with a fariuaceorus diet. Tho oxporimont was .tried ,uppn;, 27 liquor-, drinking persons with results: substantiat ing tho Liobig tliooiy. Among tho most striking mstancos of reform brought about by a cliango of diot was that of a gentlomau of 00 who had boon addicted to'intemperato 1 habits for ? 35 years ; ? his outbusts avoragod ] ono a.wook. - His constitution was so sluit tored that ho . had groat difficulty in insuring his lifo. Aftor an attack of dolirium tremens, which nearly onded fatally,: I10 was por suaded to entor upon ? a farinaceous diet, ] which, wo are assured, cured liim completely ' in sevon months. Ho sotmis to liavo boon vory tliin at tho boginnirig of the oxpori mont, but by- tho close dFtlio period namod had gained twonty-oight pbunds, boing thon of about tho norma...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 July 1879
To our Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not recoiving their papor regularly* will oblige by promptly communicating tho faot to the pro prietor, at tho oflico of this paper. Public Notice. MR.' JAMES ARMSTRONG, Postmaster, of Torrara; will receive ORDERS for ADVERTISEMENTS or JOB PRINTING on my account. ; nnd all orders for such loft at his promises up to 3 p.m. on overy WEDNESDAY, will meet with prompt attention. JOSEPH WESTON. Telegraph Printing Office, Nowra, March 17, 1879. Our roportor (says tho Times ) passing through Milton on Thursday last, overheard a lady cor recting a child for calling his younger brothor ill names. Tho mothor calmly said, 'Romombor, my doar, you must not usi such ugly words at home, 'you are not in the Council Chambers.' AND SnOALIIA VEN ADVERTISER. Published every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1879.
Anecdote of the Prince Consort. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 July 1879
1 Anecdote of the - Prlitfce ? CoiiNorlr A London correspondent is roeponsibfe for tlio following, story : — v ;. Tho lato -Princo . Consol't wffls not jocose; ? but lie - was gonial and dosirous' to ploaso . -Ho t-old an auecdoto; of himsolf at ono. of tlio moetings-of- tho Trinity Board which- will' bear ropotition. When Balmoral was beiingf built' for hi'm , self nnd- tho Queen, lio, knowing tho prido :Of tho Highland- ohioftains,. made it a jioint to ? call upon- thom , and pay his respects;: Early ono morning ho wont to'tlio cftstlo of I tlio MacFarquharson ? and knockcd - sovoral times without oliciting anj' roply beyond tlio doop baying of somo mastiffs or stag-hounds. I [Porsovering, ho' saw tho massivo: door cau- 1 tiously opened just ajar/and a bronzed face, surmountod with a- shaggy mass of rod liair, tlrrust-itself- forth- botweon' tho door and- tho, jamb. ? ' What for,' asked- tlio' owner of tlio shock of red hair, ' yo mako sic a deovil's din- this unairtlily hour o' t...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 July 1879
Although it cannot exactly bo said regard ing tlio general condition of things in this colony, that chaos has come again — (excopt indeod, in the affairs of the Land Depart ment, whoro it is admitted that a permanent chaos pro vails) — still there is just now no small amount of comprchensivo confusion among tho several interests and ontitios which make up tlio body politic. Tlio nomi nal headship of the State passed a few months n go out of tlio hands of a strong innu into thoso of a temporary successor who cannot wo think, bo bettor described than in current phraso as a feeble old woman. Sir Horculos Robinson loft behind him no laclc of Knights, liis peers in the gradations of chivalry : and those Knights find no deficiency of ' companions ' and squires. But tho whole crew of Stephens', Parkes's, and Bobcrtson's G.O.M.G-.'s., G.M.G-.'s are, .tho intelligent portion of tho public will now. probably agree, extremely light in tho balanco, as regards statosmanlike ' conduct and insight...
Cold Feet and Sleeplessness. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 July 1879
Coift? JFeet and SJeeB»Iessness. The association betwixt cold feet and sloop lessuoss is much; ..closer than is commonly immagined. Eorsons^with cold foet rarely sleep well, especially women. Yot, tlio number. of persons so troubled ? is very con siderable. Wo now know that, if tho blood supply to tlio brain bo not kopt up, sloop is impossible. An olcl theologian, wiieu weary and sloopy with much writing/ found that. I10 could keep his brain activo by immersing his feet' in cold wator-: tlio cold drove tlio blood from- t-ko hoad. ^^pw^wJi^ ^'ftV1^ uy'foS'iS'11. issocurod r,-.M'':...ij\;'porsons inucli against their, will. Cold foot -are tlio bano of many womeii. Light boots koop up a bloodless condition of tlio foot ..in tlio day,and - in manj' womon thoro is 110 subsequent dilatation of tho blood vessels wlion tho boots are taken olf. Those women como in: from--a.,.Wt''ilk, aud pift thoir foot to tlio firo to warm — tho most effective plan of : eultivatiug chilblaifis. At night; tl...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 July 1879
fcOCAlL. ISfTJEX.IiSK'ESfClS. j Tiie Tomeronq Chuiicii Disi-uth. — Corro- spondouco on this subject is now transferred to our advertising columns, tho clmrgo for which, per inch, may be scon on rel'oraico to our scale of cliargos, as notified on pugo 3 of this journal, Held Over. — A roport of tho proceedings of last Tuesday's meeting of tho Contral Slioal havon Municipal Council, ' Commission Agonoy,' jno. iii , video, i\o. i .v. , togctuur Willi ouici itoms of local intelligence, aro necessarily doforrcd for publication in next issuo. SlIOAJ, haven liiuiiOK. — Thoinceting initiated by a circular letter from J. Groon, Esq., Mayor of Nowra, addressod to tho Slioalhavon Boncli, to Mayors and Aldermon of Shoalhavon Muni cipalities, and to several residents of Nowra, was held at tho Council Chambers, Nowra, on Tuesday, at 1 p.m., tlio convonor occupying tho chaii. Bosidos tho Chairman, tho gontloinon present, wore W. Lovogrovd, Esq., Alayor of Contral Slioalhavon, Honry G. Mortoii*,' E...
Terrible Suffering from Famine in Morocco. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 July 1879
TEerrifoBe £»Mfli'ering-.s from . S?aMii«ie in Mwrocco. The Eev.- J. B.- Ginsburg, missionary to the Jews at Mogador, Morocco, gives an account of the severe affliction- which has fallen upon' the peoplo of that part of Africa. Ho writes : — ' Wo havo passed 0/ -season of indescribable difllouJtios, . misery, - -sickness/' and trial over sinco lroturnod- to my station-. Hundrods, I may woll say thousands,; prossed to tho gates for roliof ;? skeletons — omaciated by hunger, almost naked; -bearing t-racos-of ovory possiblo disense and suffering — who, for a loaf of-bread, would bo trodden down by the- crush,- bruised) and- not unfro quontly seriously injured; sometimes a leg. or arm broken in thoir eagerness to- bo tho first to roceivo reliof. Whon out of town on my daily walks, I hardly ovor returned with out picking up a dying man, woman, oiv ohild, somotimos two or threo at a timo ; brought back to town, a plato of soup and a covor wero sufficient to bring life to tho dying. More t...
Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 July 1879
Shoalhavcn Shipping Intelligence. ' ' ARRIVALS. 'July 9. — Illnwarra (s.), from Sydney. ,,*12. — Ulawarra (s.). from Sydnoy. ,, IS. — Promise (kotch), from Kiamn. „ 14.— Our Own (s.), from Sydnoy. „ IS. — Tomtis (kotch), from Sydney. ? DEPARTURES. July 10. — Ulawarra (b.), for Sydney;- Our ? Own (s.), for Sydney. „ 12. — Mary Ann (ketch), for Sydnoy. ,, 14. — Illawarra (s.), for Sydney. ' t ' - EXPORTS. . Per Illawarra (s.), Captain Garde, on the 7tli July, 1879. To Sydney: 41 bags maize, '13 kegs butter, 1 cask' tallow, 3 bags hair, 9 cases eggs, 7 cases, 2 parcels, 1 hide, 4 baskets fish; 1 bag bacon. 1 bnndlo w. ducks. ToKiama: 1 pig.- To WoIIongong : 5 bags maizo. Per Illawarra (s.), Captain Gardo, on tlio 10th July, 1879. To Sydnoy : 150 kegs btittor, 60 bags maize, 21 pigs, 2 calves, 19 bags bacon, 2 cases and 5 sides bacon, 3 bags bags, 19 cases eggs, G coops poultry, 0 cases sundrios, 9 pack ages loathor, 1 caso leather, 27 cheeses, 1 cow, 1 horso, 1 waggonette, 1 hide, 1 ba...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 July 1879
Illawiti's'a ftivsassB i&nviwuflioM C«iii]tany. STEAMER'S TIME TABLE: JP E O M S II 0 A L It A Y 33 N, .Holiday, 6 ».-»; Tlmrsilay, 9 a.m. PECtti SYDNEY, ? Tuesday and Friday, at 11 ji.ni. All meals siippliod diu-ing tlio passagos of tlio . stoamors Iroo bf fchargo. , '.tlio Steam Droghers, under chiirgo of Captain ?? Buchanali, aro always plying . on tlio Slioalhavon llivor ill connoction with tlio Sydi'oy stoamors:. E. MANNING. :«nd AiiHtraliau - ClMirlercil Jliiiik. v; * k BBANCTI of tliis Bank is now OPEN at XJL . NOWEA; , ShoalhayOil, in temporary praiiises, for- .tlio transaction t-£ sill usual bank . ing biimii'jss. . i-:', JOHN BOWLING, : . , , Mslriagoi'. Sydnoy, otli Juno, 1878; ? ? ; ? Wanted to Dee l£.m-WBBj ~\%T JONES, - Colliijs-sti'oot, Kiivma, has YY ? Horses and Vohiclos POE HIRE. Ho is prepared to riin between Wollbngong find Ulhuiulla. , i Also, tluit lio is a ciisli phrtihasoi1 of Hides diid skins : in any quantity. ' j Mr. W. C. tiim, SOL IClTOR, &am...
Nowra Mail Time Table. ARRIVES [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 July 1879
JSowra Mall Time Table. ARRIVES I From Sydnoy, ' Moss Vale', Cambowarra, -...'? and Bomndorry, daily.: (Monday, oxcoptod), at , '^loa.m. ' ' ? ^Froin Eiama and Broughton Crook, on Tuos ? day; Thur.sday,mi(l Saturday, at 9.45 a.m. . Prom Ulladulla, Milton, Wandandian, and Tomorong, onMonday, Wednesday, and Friday, at l.du p.m. ? From Kumba and Torrara, daily (Sunday excopted), at 2 p.m. '* From Braidwood nnd Norriga, on Thursday, , at.4 p.m. ' : From Bnrrior, on Wednesday, at 10 a.m.
Gardeners' Calendar. JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 July 1879
Gai'dcncrs' Calendar. JULY. Kitciten' Garden. — Keep tho hoe at work, as woods arc: moro munorous than agrccablo this month. If tho weather bo favourable, some early, carroty maybe sown in drills ; also peas, and broad Windsor beans, radishes, eschalots, &p. Continue tho earthing up of celery, and also of advancing crops. Plant our lettuces, cabbages, cauliflowers, &c. Rhubarb plantations .should snouia nave men- winter urossuijj uy imi , ' all docaycd leavos and weeds, and covoring up plants with manure. Asparagus, artichokes, and sea kale, should bo similarly attended to. Cress and mustard may be sown. Previous sowings of onions should be thinned and trans planted. Sow early cucumbers in hot beds. Flower Garden . — Transplanting may still be proceeded with. Grass plots and lawns will need attention. Bulbs of all kinds should- bo looked to. Roses maybe pruned and planted. Hardy annuals and perennials may be sown. Pot off cuttings of summer blooming plants. . Prtjit ...
Something Worth Reading. ON KEEPING ONE'S EYES OPEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 July 1879
Something Worth Mending. on KEurrsa one's eyes open. To get through this world a man must look about him, and ovon sleep with ono Oyo opon ; for thoro aro many baits for fislios, many nots for birds, and many traps for moil. 'Whilo foxos aro so common wo must not lio gooso. Tlioro is a very great, dilforonco in this matter -among people^f my acquaint- ' anco; many seo moro 'witli'-.ouo oyo than others with two, and many havo fino eyes and cannot* seo a jot. All heads aro. not sonso-ltoxos. Somo 'are so cunning tliat thoy suspoct overybody, and to livo all thoir lives in miserable fear of thoir noighbours ; others aro so simple that everybody tak^s thoniin, and makes his ponny of thom. Ono man tries to see through a brick wall, arid hurts his oyos ; whilo another- finds out a holoan it, and-soos as far as ho plcases. Somo work at the mouth of a furnace, and aro novOl' scoi'elied ; and others biu-n their hands at tho firo when tlioy only mcan,to Varm thom. Now, it is truo that no ono ...
MISCELLANEOUS. A Curious Story Revived. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 July 1879
MESCIEfijBjiSXriiS&SiS, ''A' Curious! glory lEeviivejlL The ' Daily Telegraph ' gives tho following : — ' A correspondence from tlio city of Rowan, North Carolina, recently published in the ' Now York Herald, ' revives a curious and all-but-forgottsn. story having- for its lioro tlio famous Marshal He}-, Tlie Marshal was .generally boliovocl to liavo Loon sliot to (loatliiin tlio Luxomboure' Garden on tlio 7tli of December, 1815, but it .was subsequently . v alleged that ho only - underwent a., mock ?y. oxocution, and escaped with tho connivance of tlio l^oncli G overnment to America, where lio ' kept school ' for many years, died of old / age in 18-1 6/ and was buried, in tho gravo-. ... yard of Third Croelc Assembly Homo Church in tho above-mentioned town: An emissary. of the loading American journal has- recently \ 'boon engaged in instituting an inquiry.!)'^ tho evidence producible in statouiont, ? wliicliVoi - ^°'S0U0' ^u^ox^trtutr-mrtfugliout North Carolina. I^wfrftoiv...
Sydney Current Market Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 July 1879
' gyiluey Gurrait Market Prices. Flour, £12 08 to £13 10s per ton ; pbtatoos, £0 0s to £6 10s por ton ; maizo, 2s 7(1 to 2s 9d por bushol ; buttor, lsOd to Is Udporlb ; ohooso, 2(1 to 0(1 por lb; bacon, 'Id to 7d por lb ; hidos, 2d to 3d por lb; pigs, ilil to 'ld por lb ; calves, 10s Od to 20soacli; fowls 'Is Od to 0s Od por pair; ducks fis Od to 0s 0(1 por pair ; turkoys, 7s Od to 12s por pail' ; goose, 7s to 8s Gd por pair ; oggs, Is 0(1 to Is 2d poi' dozon. ,
Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 4 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 July 1879
Tclt'gi'iipliic Intelligence. ? ( From Our Telegraphic Correspondent. J SYDNEY. 1 ' '' WEDNESD'AY^w4''r'.MJ. ' In the ITppor House, Mr. Dookor gave notico ol his 'intention to movo . a sorios of resolutions, vindicating the political action of that Chamber. ~ ' In tlio -Legislative Assembly,. Mr. Macintosh - gavo up' the authority upon which ho based his Siostions respecting Dr. Cocinl Morgan. . Dr. ansoy handed him tho document which oina natod from'Dr. Marsdan at tho inquu-y on'tho r'FtirflnW Tufirmnrv. . * - ^lr, M'Elhono.movod that Major Spalding bo dismissod; but the motion was nogativod with- ™ out division. . . Sir Honry Parkos' announceil that the prcrro gation of 'Parliament; was furthor postponi d ? till noxt woek; ' ? . Mr. A. II. Archer has beon elected a Fellow of St. John's Collogo, vice Butler, decoiised. : Tlio last- deposit in tho ^walking match, Edwards v. Taylor, was paid last night. Archbishop Yaughan has prepared a Pastoral Lottbr, which only awaits tho signatur...
POETRY. Farewell to the Flowers. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 July 1879
POETRY, Farewell to the Mowers. Farewell, farowell ! Bright children of tlio ? suu, Whoso beauty rose around our path whoro'or . 'Wo wandor'd forth since vernal days begun, Tlio glory nnd tho garland of tho your. Yo camo, tho children of tho spring's bright promiso; ' Yo crown'd tho summor in hor path oMiglit, And now when summer's wealth is passing from us, Wo gaze upon your parting bloom, as bright And clearer far than summons richest liuo— Sweot flowors, adiou ! . ' -.- . Yo will roturn again ; tho parly boams . Of spring will walco yo from your wintry sleep,'. By tho still fountaius:nnd tlio.shining streams That through tho grcon and doafy woodlands swoop ; . ... ? Yo will return again to cheor tho bosoms . ; Of;tho doop valleys, 'by old woods o'orhung, ? With' tho frosh fragranco of your oponing blos soms, , , . ..' .To bo tho joy and trcasuro of tho young, ? With birds from tho far lands and sunny hours, . ' Yo will roturn, sweot flowors ! But whon will thoy roturn, our flowor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 July 1879
Tenders. Tenders ni'fl invited for tho erection and COMPLETION of a BRT.OK CHURCH, on tlio Church ofeEnglaud Ground at Nowra. ^ / Plans nnd spccificifti/ns /-v. lio soon at Mr. LINKENBAGH'S, $f-fcr/ 1~ hom Tondors will bo rocoivod up to 31s!k/JULY. Tondorors may tondor for tlio whole, or brick Work and carpontor's work separately. Affuiiiciiml IliNtrdct til' HSi-oughtou - ' Creek ami iloma«Icrry. r 1 SENDEES will bo Rocoivod by this Council, : till SATURDAY!, tlio 19tli Instant, at Noon, for tho following 'Works, viz. : — Por to Stump, JjJluarA amlf Burn-olT from J. Wilson and fft/'s fttorc/to Pulman's Gate. Por to Gravol fijoli tiro rJad to tho ond of tlio Public School. 1 Por Erecting Slab Cuhtsrt through Mr. MKon ' srio'8 land, Broughtpn Yalo Bond. ?? ? Specifications for tliojabovo may bo soon at tho Council Chambers, Broligliton Crook. ?? ??? ? ? HENRY TAYLOE;. ? * . Council Olcrlc. | Itorongli of Sli»:Xi*arl)oiii'. rrUIE Municipal CouumI of Shollharbour will I rocoivo Tondors,...