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Shoalhaven Police Court. Same Day—Same Bench. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 July 1879
Slioalbaven Polite Court. Same Dav — Same Bench. : .Tho only case beforo this Court was that of Sorgcant briove ; against Charles Isaac Watson, for allowing a horso to stray on tho 'streets'. ! : This caso was postiionod from tho prorious sitting of tho Court .until Tuesday last, to allow of tlio attendaneb of H. G% Morton, Esq. . Jauios Cunningham doposod :? He recollected tlio 7th of Juno last; it was near 12 o'clock boforo tho defendant's son crossed tho forry on that day ; ho- heard defendant's son say lib. was going to Broughton G'reok, to the Council moot ing, but he was rather lato, as liis liorso had got adrift, and as Grieves hud seeii.it. ho expected a ' tickot' fi'om him. Joseph LHyam. was called, .but S! ho had no recollection whatever of tlio aimir.' '' Thomas Edwards in answer to a question from Sergeant Griovo, said lie saw tlio dofoii dant's son in Nowra, on tho day in question, at about twonty-five minutos to''ll o'clock, riding ?a chestnut horse. Honry Tory doposed...
Orange Celebration. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 July 1879
Oriuigc Cclcbriition. As previously announced bj' ndvertisomoiit, tho iihoinlibrs of tlio .Torrara L.O.L.', No 70; eolo brated tho ' Battle of tho Boyne ' by a diiihbr, in-tho- Brass Baud Hall, Nowra, on Friday ovoning last.., It yas previously .intondod that a coiicort should foi'iii part of tho eblobration, but owing to tho onlj' two professional gontlo inon in 'NJnu'rii frnr» fmtn n?- , night, this part of tho proceedings fell through. There wore about 50 or 00 members and friends present. Tho fair 'sex woro vory poorly repre sented— then boing only four ropresontativos prosont. Tho night, though' perhaps '^a littlo cold, was otliorwi.se vory fino, and wo we're much surprised at the meagro attendance, considering that tho above - souioty, has somo 100 mombors in this district. The ball was tastefully deco rated with flags mid evergreens. Over tlio plat form was hung that glorious flag — tho English Ensign, with a portrait of King William placed in the ceutro, .and ou each sido of...
The Shoalhaven Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 July 1879
The Slioalliaven Bridge. . Our onorgotic fi'iend, Mr. Williamson, tlieengi noor to whom, is 'entrusted tho onorous duty of orocting tho gigantic structure aboyomentioned, is jirogressingrapidly with tho vaviousproliniinary dotailsboforooiiteringupontlio construction of the substructure. Tenders for the convoyanco of tho cylinders aro to bo opened on tho 29th instant, and it is oxpected tho first cylinder will bo placed in position about the middlo of. Octobor rioxt. ' Tho result of itho bbringsJgives ine i'ock on tno south side ot the river at a dopth of 10-1 foot, and a good bottom exists at a dopth of 98 feet on tho north side, the one from which tho operation, of constructions/is to commenco. Some eight or ton hands arojnow. engaged pre paring for tlio construction . .of a wharf, for the reception of tho working plant and materials, and also for tho erection of a storage room, offices, otc., all of which are to bo on the north bank of the river. Tho site of the straoturo isi at t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879
'1'he Man who Vends or Imports. — As many ilo, nn imitation or (.'ounterfoit of a populiu ineilioiiml cordial drunk by thousands, knowing what ho vonds or imports to bo a pernicious urticlo, dosorvos summary punishment. Bowurc of so-called tonics and diuretics rocomiriondod ns bottor than or tho mime us Udolpho Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, nnd purcluiso nono but tho gonuino preparation. — Auv. I1ot.lowa.y'p Pn,r,s, — Tho changes of tom poraturo aiul woatlior frequently upsot porsons who aro most cautious of tlior honltih, and most particular in .-thoir diots. '1'lioso corroctivo, purifying, . and gontlo aporiont l'ills aro tho bost romolly lor all dofoctivo actions of tho digostivo organs : tlioy augmoiit tlio uppotito, strongthoit tlio stonlaoh, corroet biliousness, mul carry oil all that is noxious Ironi tho Hyslom. llolloway'H Pills aro colnjiosod of raro balsams, unmixed with bnsor iflattor, and . on thai; account arcf peculiarly woll adapted for tho young, dolicato, and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879
A LL N6s. Willi? NAILS, 3d pcW J3. lb. ./? GHEEN, ' ( Post Oflico Storo, . Nowra. ? USoffeMg'Sn' offstefiafiiiiaa'SiiajSBES ; v r a ITTW , Municipal Co^'ciJoi 4fliollharbonr will JL ? receive Tenders-Ant/ NflB»i, on SATURt DAY, 2Gth h)staut, for PlilDGE TIMBER, IS foot, G x 3, Bhickbutt or U'onbark. fellCHAHD -ILVLL. ' .... : ' . V EjnENDERS aro' invitetl/ for tho ERECTION A. ? and COMPLKT/Oty' of a BRICK CHURCH, ou tho OlAi/^Wi:' fljngland ' Ground' at Nowra. _ l/T^« Plans and s]iocifications to bo soon at Mr. LINICENBAGH'S, Norn-a, by whom Tondors will bo rocoivod up to 31st JULY. Tondorors may tendor for tho wholo, or brick work and- carpenter's work soparatoly. . FOE b/aLE, x J-Y THE U N DIB R S I G N E NERRIGA ' POTA5JMfe/taiJiiblovMS6od EARLY. ROSE POTiffl )ES, In find condition for Planting. Ut , . GREEW, . Post-ofllc Gonoral Stores, Kinghoyn-straot. H'larclisisc I Sia any Siuaniitj'. tl' 'T I N TAG.'' B,- medcalf; CABINET MAKER, IJBTIOLSTERER, AND FRENCH MLJS1IEHER, jr AXNIN...
Cable Intelligence. London, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879
CjsMe Han4-[;BlI%cmce. i (From the Herald. ) London, July 10. . Tho latest nows from Natal, dated Capetown, Juno 24, statos that General Crcalock, com manding tho first divison on tlio loft bank of tho Tttgela, had successfully roaeliod Fort Chelms ford- on tlio 19th, and a gonoral advanco took lilaco on tlio 20th to tho rivov Umbalazi. /Tho troops reached Dridgot (sic) with sliglitjopposition lrom tho Zulus on tho following day. ? . London, July 10 (Later). Gonoral Crcalock, who is previously stated to havo reached tho Umbalazi Bivor, succcodod in throwing'a bridge across tho same, on tho 21st Juno, tor tho passago of tho troops.
MELBOURNE. July 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879
MELBOTTENE. . Julv 10. . . Thoro was a little opisodo botwoon Messrs. Gaunson and L. L. Smith in tho Assombly last night, Mr. Gaunson mado somo remarks, to which Mr. Smith ropliod, ' You would not say that outsido tlio llouso,' wheroupon Gaunson walkol out, but Smith (lid not follow, Tho inquest on Mi-. F, M. Batos terminated to-day. No now light was thrown on tlio mys tery. Mrs. Batos was presont and gavo ovidonco ? i ma'inlv as to tho iowollorv hor husband woro. Tlio jury, roturned an opon vordict that Mr. Batos died of diseaso of tho heart ; and oxprossod an opinion that ho had- boon robbed, and that doath was accolorated in. soino mannor of which tlioro was no ovidonco. Tho impostor Scliloss, who protonded that lie was an America^! dotectivo, has boon sontoncod to fivo years' imprisonment on throo cliargos of forgory and uttering. July 18. Scott, alias ' Captpin - Moonlight,', disclaims any intention of ontoring upon the bushranging businoss. ' ? : m Tho caso against Maco and Th...
LEAVES [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879
LEAVES Por Bomadorry, Cambewarra, Moss Yale, and Sydnoy, daily (Saturday oxcopted), at 2.30 p.m. For'Terrara, Numba, and Pyreo, daily (Sun '? day oxcopted), at 10.15 a.m. _ Por Tomorong, Wandandian, Milton, and Ulladulla, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur days, at 10.15 a.m. Por Burrier, on Wednesday and Saturday, at 11 a.m. For Braidwood and Nerriga, on Monday, -at 0 a.m. Por Broughton Crook and Kiama, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 2,30 p.m. AND SHOALHAVEN ADVERTISER.''. Published every Thursday Morning. - - THURSDAY, JULY 2-1, 1879.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879
We mnclo somo allusion in our last issue to tho state of antagonism, in wliicli somo of tlio elements of tlio body politic at present oxist as regards each, other ; and altliougli, per haps nobody will be very much, the worse for it, tho confusion has since become more confounded. On Wednesday, the 16th instant, tho person whom, for its sins, we suppose, the colony has at present to endure in the position of Premier, introduced in tho Assembly a series of resolutions reflecting savagely upon the Upper House on account of its want of subserviency to tho crew who at present make up tho ministerial majority in the Lower House; and supported those resolutions in a torrent of vulgar, insolent, and unscrupulous declamation, which, if the constituencies generally have any senso of the decencies of political life, should go far to exclude the arch-charlatan from the posi tion of a representative anywhere, as ho and his worthy compeer John Robertson were at the last general election thrust o...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879
EiOCAIi BMTEE^IiKK-EISrCE. Municipal W oric. — Wo would remind con tractors and labourers that tondors for work in tho Municipal Borough of Broughton Crook closes on Saturday noxt at noon. Tenders. — Tho attention of minors is directed to tho advertisement in anothor column, inviting tondors for driving a tunnol in No. 3 Company's leaso at Yalwal. Municipal, — Tho Nowra Municipal Council meeting which should havo takon placo on Tuesday nierlit. lansod for want of a auorum. tho mombors present being tho Mayor and Aldorman Hyam. Notice to Defaulters. — Iiatopayors of the Municipal District of Broughton Crook and Bomadorry aro reminded that if thoir ratos aro not paid to tho Treasurer, Mr. Wm. Stowart, by tho 31st instant, proceedings will bo instituted to rocovor paymont. Supply of Timber. — Tho attention of mill sawyers and timber doalors is requested to tho Shoilharbonr Municipal Council's advortismont in tho presont issuo, inviting tondors for tho supply of sawn timber. Tn Shoalhav...
COPELAND NORTH. July 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879
COPELAND NORTH. July 10. ; A roof has boon discovorod at tho oastorn slopo of tho Golden Spur (Bowman.) It is' 18 inchos tliick,' and shows good gold. .; Korr,1 Oakos, and party, ; of .No. 1 'North,' Etist .'Gormania,- havo struck anothor roof iu thoir vortical shaft. It is 4. foot thick.' with niivnhln iirnsiinc.ts. July 17. ... Mountain. Maid stono is still boing crushed at tho llainbow machino. Tho Evoning Star claim; lias orushod Au toils at Biu'loy's machino, which yioldod 21 oz, of gold.
Yalwal. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879
. 'SfaSwal. Pursuant to an advortisomont which appearod in this Journal, tho original shareholders of tho No. 3 claim at Yalwal hold a mooting at Mr. Linkonbagh's, Nowra, at which thoy determined to incroaso thoir capital by tho issuo of sixteen now shares of £10 oach. Thoy woro oagorly takon up by vory oligiblo porsons, and tlio ?now company decided to sot to work at onco to tost tho capabilities of tho1 ground. It may bo mentioned that this claim which contains .about 3 acres, * adjoins the 'Eclipse'. or No, 2 claim, now in a fail- way of being successfully and prohtably worked, and is believed by, competent' judgos to ?? carry tlio same rich stono, running through tho last named claim and tho Pinaclo, and only requiros onorgy and cnjiital to mako it ono of tlio most valuable claims on tho lino of reefs. It coinmoncos from a doop gully, on tho bank of which a shaft was sunk somo timo ago to about 60 foot,: but as this proved r&th'or too low down, it is proposod now to put ...
Seizure of the Flood Boats. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879
-Seizure oi' the Mood ESoats. A correspondent writing from Numba informs us that considorablo oxeitomont was caused in that usually quiot locality, 1 by ? tho appoaranco thoro of our local guardian of tho poaco, accom panied by a stranger, who turned out to bo Mr. Williamson, tho rosidont engineer of tlio Nowra Bridge works.'_ Wo woro not left long in doubt as to their businoss, for having obtains 1 posses-' - sion of tho key o'f tho shed whoro tho ' flood boat' was kept, thoy proceeded without loss of timo, to launch hor into lior propor olemont, apparently' much to tho annoyanco of tho Council's - representative, who was loud: in denouncing * the illegality of tlio . wholo proceeding, wliilo a considorablo crowd, who, notwithstanding tho oarly hour, had coUoctod to soo tho expected fun, seomod highly} amused. Excepting a fow jokos, liowovdr,' tho wholo I thing was managed with tho utmost 'good humour and celerity, and our nice skiff was soon ploughing her way towards Nowra under t...
WOLLONGONG. July 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879
?WOLLONGONG. O'ulv 10. A fatal accident.oecun'cd this afternoon on tho : ??..; ,i;.; .: Snclino of Mount Koirn colhory railway. A lad .?: namod Donaldson was crossing tho lino aftor tho x- -.— full down trucks hud passed, and was caught by .-'the', up-going omptius, Tho body was muck bruised, tho chost stovo in and ono arm brokon. 'Thoro woro also injurios to tho head. Tho imanagor of tho colliery saw tho deceased a low . . sninutes before the aceidont, aud scolded him for ... Hieing :SO noar tho lino. No bhuno is attached to ..... any lone. Dr. Lyons attended tlecoas od, but too Sato to jrondor aid. .
Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879
Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. ????:?? July 10.— Hunter (s.V from Sydnoy. „ 17. — Honrietta (schooner), from Sydnoy. ,, 19. — Illawarra (a.), from Sydnoy. DEPARTURES. ? * July 17. — Promise (ketcli), for Sydnoy; ? Huntor (s,), for Sydnoj'. ,, 19. — Our Own (s.), for Sydnoy. ,, 21. — Illawarra (s.), for Sydnoy. 22. — Tomus (kotch), for Sydney.