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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 5 September 1891

SPORTING. A Lawn Tennis Club has been formed at Cambewarra, with Mr. Jas. Fraser, J.P., president, Messrs. Matthews and Brown vico-presidents, Mr. J. Brenimn secretary, nnd Mr. Munro treasurer. A court is to be prepared on an allotment nearly opposite tho pest-office. A Noteworthy I'saroRMANCE.— Groat excitement prevailed in Nowra on Tues day last owing to the acceptance of a private wager between Mr. J. W. Lawrenco, proprietor of the Prince of Wales Hotel, and Mr. Anton Wolf. Mr. Lnwrencc has a bit of blood of the old school, and he asserted that the horse could do Kiama nnd back within 6 J hours. To this Anton took exception, and a wager of £5 was the result. At 8 a.m. sharp the sports took their seats, and watches were sot, whilst speculation was keen amongst the crowd which gathered, sovor.ll wagera being laid. Gerringong was passed at 10 and Kiama reached at 10.43. After spelling the horse a few hours, a start was made homo at 2.30 p.m., and, taking matters more easily than on ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Kangaroo Valley Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 5 September 1891

Kangaroo Valley Fvogresa , ? : ' Committee. A meeting of the above committee was held .09 Tuesday evening lost (says the Pi'ohebb). Mr. P. J. Wallace was elected a member in the room of Mr. John Thompson, who has left the district. Mr. Sinclair moved, Mr. Ben'dall seconded, and it was carried, that' the secretary:, write to Mr. Morton, M.P., asking him to interview the Minister for Mines with respect to a grant . of money for -expenditure on the Budgong Road. Mr. G. Watson referred to the dilatoriness of the ' powers that be' in proceeding with the | road contract from near Mr. Morrison's to the factory turning, and characterised the delay as most vexa tious and unfair to both the public and contractor. He moved that Mr. M'Oourt, M.P., be written to and asked to ascertain the cause of dolay in the prosecution of this much-needed work. Mr. Joyce seconded the motion. He remarked that money had been spent on comparatively useless by roads — to the Belmore Falls and elsewhere — and impo...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Carobewarra Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 5 September 1891

Carabewaxra Items. . (FUOM ODK OWN COKBEil'ONnENT.) Weiuhjs©.— On Wednesdtty last the Rev. Dr. Gmut joined in the bonds of l-oly matrimony Mr. Henry Waddimiton, third son of Mr. Jiunes \V aldington, J.P., of Budgong, ??»'d Miss Jennie Kulley, the youngest daughter of the late Mr. Robert Kolley, of Lou* Reich. The ceremony took place nt vr. urant s resiaerree, ana the contracting parties afterwards repaired to Mr. Rueben Vidler's, at Oambowarra, whero a nice Bpread -was provided in honor of the occasion. The usual toasts wore proposed and duly honored ; and tho bride boing a prominent member of tho Good Templar ordor her wishes that none but touiporance drink be usod was relig iously respected. The wedded pair left in the afternoon for their future residence at Budjiong, taking with them the many good wishes from numerous friends. It may interest the acquaintances of the much respected and venerable Doctor who performed the marriage ceromony to know that to all appearances ho is in e...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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South Coast Coal Seams. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 5 September 1891

South Coast Coal Seams. Recently Mr. Coghlan, a gentleman versod in coal, was passing through this country (says the Bega Standard) on his way to Monaro, when meeting T. R. Kirby, it was arranged that the letter's strong convictions as to the existence of coal near Twofold Bay should be put to the test, and both gentlemen spent some Aayra inanAf-f.iner ffio nnniiafnnf) fnrmntinnR between Pambula and Eden, with the result that (such indications have been discovered as led to the formation of a company to properly test the country. Mr. Haugh of the Great Southern Hotel, Eden, who is an experienced hand among coal, was also struck with the idea at the same time, and he has joined the other two gentlemen in securing with others, the right to mine under some 12,000 acres, reaching from the township of Eden to Jiggamj ranges. This company intend to bore at onco at a place near Bell Bird Creek, in the hope of cutting a seam at no great depth. We also hear that another company intend to min...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An old Shoalhaven Trader. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 5 September 1891

Aa oleL Slw&lkaTen, Trader, t . ? The padaie-steamer Kembla reached Sydney on Tuesday last in safety. This vessel lately embarked in the Clarence River trade, but broke down after leaving the river for Sydney, and was .picked up by the steamer Electra under circumstances already known... boon after the Komlila entered on Tuesday . ehe iwas boarded by an official who proceeded %a execute a Vice-Admiralty ?Coutt warrant aud notice of action. These documents set out that a claim for salvage islhadeljyihe North Coast j3tea|u Navigation? dompany, whose steamer Electra towed the Kembla into Trial Bay in a disabled condition, and feervice on the vessel was made by nailing the ofijcial documents to tho mainmast. As a Newcastle passenger steamer in by gone years the KemTjla is known |ar and wide-j 'but, like many well-builtj^teaniers whose history dates back into the'sixties, she has dropped astern as larger and faster vessels have appeared upon the scene. For some yearfe she' was al...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Confidence Trick. KANGAROO VALLEY MAN ROBBED OF £700. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 5 September 1891

The Confidence Trick. A KANGAROO VALLEY MAN ROBBED OF £700. At the Central Police Court, Sydney on Wednesday last, Joseph Handley, 38, was charged with having, by means of an unlawful device, to wit the match trick, won from Conrad Schilling £700 ; and Albert Snitth, 40, dealer, was charged with having conspired with others to defraud Conrad Schilling of £700. They were both remanded for a week, bail refused. German farmer named Conrad Schilling, an old resident of Kangaroo Valley, while looking in a shop window in George street, was accosted by a man, who pro ferrcd to ' show him round.' ' Tho tatranger, who describes himself as a Queensland butcher, being a rather agree able person, giving out that he had moans, favorably impressed Schilling, who accepted the stranger's offer. The latter proposed to take schilling first to tho ' freezing works at Woolloomooloo,'' to which Schilling agreed. The two set off together, and were met by a third indivi dual, who was demonstrative in his ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOLLONGONG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 5 September 1891

WOLLONGONG RACES. The first meeting of the recontly in corporated Illawarra Racing Club will be held next Wednesday and Thursday. Tho following large entries have boon re ceived : — Opening Handicap. — Ariadne, Brighton, Bosworth II, Castnway, Clarendon, Glen garry, Gladys, Fireworks, Lord Bertie, Navigation, Lord Prix, P.R., Silence. Primrose Day, May Day, Rialto, Islander, Pelham, Jubilee, Neddy. Trial Stakes. — kosebud, Arbitrator, Excelsior, Lunello, Thelma, Sarn, Nolan, Grandbl.i, Little Dick II, Solo, Polhani. Wollongoiig Handicap. — Ariadne, Fleet wing, Crusoe, Lord Prix, Rocklands, Ida, Merriwa, The Slug, Dick, May Day, Solo, Double Creek, Auctioneer, Pastime, Goldenstono, Grandson, Australian Light. Selling Race.— Fleetwing (£10), Echo (nil), Crookshanks (nil), Ecu Prix (nil), Ciisttiway (nil), Double Crook (nil), Jubilee (£20). Flying Handicap.— Ariadne, Rosebud, Lord Berlie, Crusoe, Lord Prix, Arbi trator, Excelsior, Glengarry, Amusement, Silencci, Thelma, Sam, Nolan Gran...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Briefiets. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 5 September 1891

'./?'^??.?JWArtfc-1. An express train ran off tho line at Troy, in Indiana (U.S.) The train was wrecked. Six passengers were killed and 40 othere.were injured. The Italian Budget for 1892 shows an estimated reduction in the expendi . ture of 25,000,009 francs. j£. telegram f rom Suak im reports that the Soudan dervishes, who havo lately shown signs of aggression, are neariqg Sarras. '1* ' The Freeman's Journal says that Captain O'Shen, who recently obtained - a divorce frOm Mrs, O'fihen (now Mcr, Parnell), is about to niirry an English ' lady. :' ??-?-?? : . Tho English harvest operations have been suspended on ociwunt of the con-! tinued wet leather. In many places the crops are rotting in the fields. Dalby, an Australian pugilist, has defeated John Sullivan at San . Fran cisco, in a match iorJlOOO dollars. Fifty-four rounds were fought. , . :. , The Russian Nihilists have murdered. Brolaia, the Chief of -police, at Zerkoff, near*Kief. ; -:-'--'- ? The company formed to continue th...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 5 September 1891

K- KEATIXG'S COUGH LOZKNGES H^cui-e Coughs. Asthma, Bronchitis. Medical ^?^estitnony states dint no other medicine ^^?| bo effectual in the cure of these ^^^KngerouB maladies. One lozenge alone ^^Hbb case, one or two nt bedtime ensures ^^^^k. For relieving difficulty of breath ^^^^^ they are invaluable. They contain ^^^^Binium i^r any violent drug. Sold by

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 5 September 1891

FOOTBALL. On Satnrday last the Kangaroo Valley ' Valiants' journeyed to Wild's Meadow, where they met a team of. the Winge carribec Football Club, nnd defeated them by 57 points to nil. Both sides were deficient in players, but the Valley men had some really good stuff: to work with. hp.u\cr renresantari hv ff. ftf. Osborne, S. W. Sproule, W. and C. Kronbergor, J. Wright, J. Lumaden, S. Sinclair, J. Condon, J. Harder, and R. Clarke. Some good play was witnessed when Messrs Sproule and Osborno got on to the ball, and though the local team had some big men, the visitors were too good for them. Sinclair showed vory good form and scored well. At tho con elusion of the match the visitors wero entertained at Murphy's hotel.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TEN DAYS LOST FROM A LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 5 September 1891

TEN »A'YS WM3T f ROM A I*IFE, Ha,Y« y«jli wot trje4 to fancy how it plight eeeth (hftviiig been dead; to. come tolifp, ng««n? l& urn (ell you what happened to tne unco. Kftr^Xn the aprinj; o( 18?1 I waa thrown from ,iy ip^mnge and. poriously Inn luiAiu lit jk lr'itfwt ? n ilaun nn/1 varrtmt\ cut wade . by. » rfwrp^odged stouo.. Tlio -iret aurgical «tteuU«n civpn, it vas hasty vai wnwientiSc, yut tb.us I journeyed 20ft ntfles to roy liorae in the country. . jJlood-pmscuiHW foMoivwdr- Then suvei-al week* of acute najn end e^lmUBting fever, 1%on the crisiB. Far ten days and nights i was .aW'lu.tely unconBciaus — J w»8 viHuaHy dead. Tbo heart etill beat fcobly, . bnl th» W$n4 wmb sunk under Oblivion's sea. -3f th.»t time I never remombered »nytbing ; it la lwit QUt of VXf lu'story. One murning I fcund myself— I was btwV totV votld I used to live in; I saw bending o.vcr Tne. the dew faces I used t) kno.Wt The fever was gone ; tho pain was gone } my head was coul and ^ear. My wife...

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Daily Farming. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 5 September 1891

Daily Farming. ' Basgo ' in the Kiama Reporter writes as follows : — The first nnd most important point for tho dairy is a wise and judicious selection of cattle most suited for the purpose. Certain herds have long been famed for their milking qualities. At the - head of theso is jenerajiy piacuu me Ayrsiure. muuy generations back some Dutch cattle were taken to England and engrafted in the County of Durham. Bred ex clusively for milk production they became celebrated through England and Scotland as extraordinary milkers. Some of them found their way to Scotland, and being mated with a smaller breed, natives to Aryehire and Galloway, their descendants have since become famous as the Ayrshire cattle. Now that the question of paying for milk by the butter factories according to quality, has been raised, dairy farmers will aee the importance of selecting the best breeds and also give their herds the best of care. The idea of paying a man for so much weight, of no matter what bo long as...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 5 September 1891

ALWAYS AHEAD. With it none other can compare, None other dare compete, For Pemell's Floue is everywhere Known to be cloan and sweet.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 5 September 1891

COMMERCIAL BANKING, COMPY. Of,SOTET- /| Established 1834. :. - a ? Incorporated by ' Act of, Council,* 1848. * Capitol ..,, ? ..,7,.,, ? ,.,,.£600,000 feoBarvoFund. ? ...,,..,,.........£06O,OOO Reserve Fundior -Equalization ? .' ,! r of, Dividends ...... ......,...£150,000 1 .' Skoalhaven Branch..: '? All usual Banking Business transacted. . Highest current rate of Interest given tor money dopoBited for fixed periods. E. A. COTTEE, Manager. .'?.1DL T.MARRIOTT, EOLIOITOB, CONVEYANCER, PEOCTOE, and NOTARY PUBLIC, { Commissioner for AffidaviUj, Junction Street, V, 0 , W R A . (£? Trust moneys to Lend on approved freohold securities. LEGAL. MRrH/LTmrTTEtL, ?-*»;?!?.?. (Sueeaidr-to late T. IT. EicKardsfl^ . ? Attorney, Solicitor, Oonvey . , ancer and Proctor, . ^^NiCTION-STREET, NOWRA. . *'',;TrjiBt,'Biohey.iolend. . ^ ' £11' Courts . jri ,: District attended if re flHiredj/ *,.;''; V. , ' '. ' ? ' . ', , .].'.? laiLLEfe; ROBERTS. &C0^, ;., ;. ' ' auctioneers,/ ? 'Stock, Estate, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 5 September 1891

For Sale. A FEW bags Prolific Potatoes. Just tho seed to suit the Coast district. Apply to G. U. ALLEY, Ocean View, Sassafras. Shoftlhavoa A- & H- Association. THE Annual HOUSE PARADE will be held on the Show Ground, Nowra, on THURSDAY, lOiu SEP TEMBER, at 12 noon. K. LEEMING, Secretary. Government Notice rpENDERS will be reccivod by tho _L undersigned up to 9 a.m. on Satur day, the 19th of September, for works on the following roads : — Nowra towards Braid wood road, contract 35c. Nowru to Yalwal road, contract 36c. Specifications may be seen at tho Court-houses Kiama and Nowra. Con tractors must deposit 5 per cent, with their tenders. P. J. CHEFFINS, Resident-Engineer. Roads Office, Kiama, 3rd September, 1891. Nowra School of Arts and Me chanics' Institute A CHILDREN'S MUSICAL FEST1 VAL will bo held in the Public Hall nu mi early date in aid of the Build ing Fund, when 160 children will take part. Part Songs, Ducts, Solos, Instru mental Pieces, &c. Particulars in f...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 5 September 1891

Meeting of Agricultural Society in Nowra to-day at 11 a.m. Thursday next the last day for filing plaints for the Shoalhaven District Court, to be held on 21st inst. A conference of labour unions held at Leeds, representing 50,000 workmen, has passed a resolution in favor of the immediate federation of trades and labour unions. A young man pained' James Jordan, of Toolijooa, Gerringong, was last week admitted to the Kiama Hospital suffering from Bcrions injuries to the head received through a blasting aocident at Hardin^'s cutting on tho railway works. He is pro gressing slowly. Mb. A. Chapman, M.L.A. for Braid wood, will shortly move in Parliament for the establishment of a penny postage on letters throughout New South Wales. Hollovray's Pills and Ointment are particularly recommended to persons who have to pass their lives in confined and crowded places ; hundreds of thousands of our fellow creatures toil from morning until evening in factories and workshops to the detriment of the...

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You Will Never Get Better Caroline." [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 12 September 1891

' T*u WiU Never Get Better Caroline.' x' When the wave strikes me I shall be ?washed 'away and drawned!' fin criod a sailor, clhtKing-to a half aunken wreok, as he «aw a tremondouB sen rolling towards him. Yet he lived to . tell the tale safe on shore. '? Before this time ntxt week I thall be deadP' R» miri a. wnnmn in a time of ereatfear. Yet she also lived— and still lives— to ci tilaiu her lituntion. -^Her«- u her etory, told in her own words and in her own way. She says :— ' One day in September, 1887, 1 stood at the top «f a flight of eleven steps, about to ro down. Suddenly I was taken with a giddy sensation. Everything seemed to awim Hr.iund me, and I fell. I rolled to , the bottom of the steps and was picked up insensible, with a broken sriu. The doctor reonmnionded rest and quietness. In a few days I was better, bat still felt the shock to my nervons system. ' Then many bad symptoms appeared. I had sn unooinfortable feeling all over me which I cannot describe. I couldn't ea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 12 September 1891

DrSPEEB 9Q Vnrk Strapf vyntakd sqttabe, «3 iuik oirom, sTDWEr, p.o. Bo«, sao. This eminent specialist is ft graduated physician of Harvard University, U.S., registered by the Governments of N.S. W. *nd N.Z., and has devoted 16 years to the special study of CHRONIC NERVOUS, SKIN and SPECIAL DISEASES of MEN and WOMEN. All applying to him will receive his honest opinion of their con plaints. No experimenting ; no mercury ' used. A positive cure guaranteed or forfeit £200. His vast experience tells him that where there is no organic disease, and nothing but an inorganic trouble, or, in other words, a conglomeration of symp toms producing a certain result, there is no reason why it cannot be removed with the proper remedies ; therefore he guaran tees. He claims to be the most skilful and successful physician in N.S.W. in his par ticular specialty, vit., the CHRONIC and SPECIAL DISEASES of MEN and WOMEN. Examination and advice free to all. Charges moderate. Office Hours : 10 a.m. to 12 a....

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SYDNEY MARKETS. MESSRS. FOLEY BROTHERS' WEEKLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 12 September 1891

SYDNEY MARKETS. Messes. Folbt Brothers' Wbbklt Report, r . . Butter. -^-Supplies are more than equa ' for requirements, and market falling. Cheese. — Stocks are light and demand good. Bacon— Coming in freely, 'and moderate demand only exists for prime hand-oured, well got up. Eggs.— Selling briskly. Poultry.— Active demand for good lots, especially of fowls and duoks. liive stock— Arrived in large numbers, and values somewhat lower. Calves sell ing well Maize. —Prime river very firm at quotation. Butter, dairy, Is 3d to Is 4d per It. , separated, Is 6d to Is 6d per. Baoon, hand-cured, 6d to 7d per £-. Tb ,, uutcuuie-curea, .ua w oga per Xb. Bams, hand-cured, 7d to 9d per ft. „ machine-cured, 6d to 74d per ft Pigs 3jd to 4d per ft. Cheese, 6d to 7d per tb. Eggs, 0s 9d to OsOd par dos. Fowls, 3s 9d to 4t 6d per pair Ducks, 4s Od to 6s Od per pair. Turkeys, 6a Od to lls Od per pair. Geese, 6s Od to SsOd per pair. Maine, 2b 4d to 0* Od per buihd Tallow, £20 to £21 Os per ton. Potatoes, ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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SPECIAL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 12 September 1891

SPECIAL NOTICE. Orders for advertisements, job. printing, papors, &o., from person* who hare no accounts, or are unknown at the oflico, chould be accompanied by cash. All communications intended for the news or correspondence columns should be addressed to The Editor. All letters and communications on busi ness should be addressed to Lsesuno akd Watson. Advertisements should reach this offioe not later than 4 p.m. on. the day pro ceding publication, and should indicate the number of insertions' they are to be given.

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