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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 July 1879

l.©CASi EKTJEIililGElirClS. Accepted Tender. — Wo' understand that the tondor of our townsman, Mr. Walter Elyard, has been accoptod for the conveyance of upwards of 400 tons of material, includ'ng tho cast-iron cylinders, for tho Shoalhaven Bridgo at Nowra. L. O. L., Terrara. — Tho attention of mem bers of tho abovo lodge is directed to an adver tisomont in auothor colamn, intimating that a mooting of ' tho lodgo will bo hold at its room to-inorrow (Friday) night, tho 1st August. Concert at Terraha. — By roloronco to our advertising columns, it will be soon that Mr. E. A. Carter, Profossor of Music, /intends giving a highly entertaining concert at tho I'owif Hall, Terrara, tho progranuno and. othor 'particulars of which aro to appoar in our next issuo. International Exhibition.— A notico in tho Government Gazette of Tuesday last intimates that His Royal Highnoss tlio Pi'inco of Wales has consented to act as President, to promote tho success of tho International Exhibition of Sydney....

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Naval Fight between Chili and Peru. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 July 1879

' VliO- BTaval.^igM' Smtweeii ? CBiiBi aaijl ? The following aro some details , of the Peru vian and Chilian men-of-war which were iu conflict and sank off Iquiquo. Tlio vossels which took part in tho action wore — on tho Peruvian sido tho Indopendoncia, and on tho Chilian sido tho .Esm^reldo, and the Cova (longa. TJio InaopendenciJr^wJiich is tho j largest ship in tho Poruvian navy, is an arinoiu'ocl corvette builit of iron, of 200 tons displacement. Her armament consists of I two 7 -inch Armstrong guns, weighing each 7{r tons, and throwing a projectile weighing ; 150 lbs. and of twelvo ff-incli 70-poundor guns. Her battery and a girdlo about tho water-lino aro proteeted^with iron plates 41 i inches thick (tlio, ^Fimos_thiclcjiess as the) armour of tlib 'Wiirrior, Black Princo, i Def enco, Eosistanco, &c., in our own navjr) ; and she is fitted with engines of 550 nominal horso-powor, capable of tMving tho vessel through tho water at tho rato of twelvo knots an hour. Hor cre...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Shoalhaven Police Court. NOWRA, TUESDAY, JULY 29. (BEFORE Bernard Brown, Esq., J.P.) OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 July 1879

Slioalliavcn Fidice Cffluit. Nowka, Toevday, July- 29. ? * ? i (Before Bernard Brown, Esq., J.P.) I OBSCENE language. Constablo Morris v. Thos. Greer. . No appairance for defendant, Constablo Morris doposed to tho personal sor vico of tlio summons to dofondant on tho'STrd instant, at Greonwoll Point. '^f-f A wan-ant was issued for his app'-ohonsitfru Bonjaimu Bagley and Josoph Collins failed to appear on a similar cliargo preferred by tho samo officer, and by Sorgcavit Gnovo, and on proof of sorvico of summons warrants woro issued for their apprehension. (Z. G. Bico, Esq., took his seat on tho Bonch.) ASSAULT AND BATTERY. .; : Hugh Stovonson appeared on information laid by John Randall, former of Budgong, ? noar Kangaroo Yalloy, charging defendant with having, on the 15th instant, assaulted and boaton plaintiff at tho abovoinontioned placo. - V: Dofondant at first pleaded guilty ; but aftor hearing a poition of tlio ovidonco for tho proso cution, by leave his plea was changcd, and h...

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Curiosities of London. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 July 1879

CjiviosStaes of ILondon. Most Londonors havo hoard of the Lost Property Department at tlio head- quarters of tho Metropolitan Police in Scotland Yard, but fow aro lajvare of tho magnitudo of tlio transactions qarried on there; and tho re port recently, published in ono of tlio daily newspapers of a visit to: this museum of forgetfuluess must have been a' startling revelation oven to.tlio most ardent beliover in the vastness of the Great City. It sooms that on an average, ono liundrod articles are roeoivod tliero every day from cabmon whoso | honesty is sufficiently active to induce them to comply with that stipulation iin- their i licence i which requires thorn: to convoy to tho nearest police station any stray goods- or chattels found in thoir vehicles, -. Noti tliat virtue is loft to bo altogether its own reward ; ' for if tho property, bo claimed, the ownorhas to pay 2s Cd. or 3s.. in tho pound, (-which is ? handed over to the law-abiding coachman ; ; and if no satisfactory appli...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Broughton Creek. POLICE COURT.—JULY 25. (BEFORM Messrs. W. Stewart, Jas. Wilson, and G. Tate, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 July 1879

BSSSTSEICT HEWS, I ISrougliton Creek. [from oun coraiEsroxDENT.] Police Court. — July 25. (Before Mossrs. W. Stowart, Jas. Wilson, and G. Tato, J.P.'s.) Constablo Jas. Johnston v. William Bragg.— For allowing a horso to stray on tlio public road, conti-ary to tlio by-laws of tho Mumoipal Coun cil. Plea, guilty. Fined os, and 4s lOd costs. Fino paid. . Samo v. T. Graham. — For cruolly torturing a horso, by. causing it to bo riddon while suffonng from 'a soro back. Ploa, cuiltv. Finod 5s, and 4s lOd. costs. Fino paid. Samo v. Arthur Picklos.— For cruolly tortur ing a liorso, by riding it whilo sufforing from a soro back. Finod Is, and 4s lOd costs. Fino paid. Mattliow Pulman v.' Jamos Box. — Dofondant was cliargod with shooting a bullock, tho property of D. Borry, Esq., ,in ohargo of plaintiff, on or about tho 14tli July, 1879. Ploa, not guilty.— Matthow Pulman doposed : I workod tho but look on tho 12th Jiily; it had no marks of violonco on it thon, but on tlio 16th I' found it' had ...

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Killed from Stating Sorghum. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 July 1879

Milled from Slating gorgMma. About ten da}'s ago two valuablo cows, tho | property of Mr. Eobert Jones, farmer, of I Longbrush, near Kiama, died, -and tho owner was unacquainted with tho cause of death. On 'Wednesday last, as his cattle were standing about tho sorghum paddock, Mr. Jones gavo them a feed, as ho himself says as much as they could eat, arid on. the following morning found ton of thorn wero sick. Ho immediately proceeded to Kiama' and procured a drench, composed of black oil, gin, and 'nitre, which, on returning I home, ho administered to the cows, aftor which ho turned - thom into a paddock of green oats, but thoy woro so bad we are informed that thoy would not attempt to eat. . Tho cattle have; wo are happy to say,* all recovered from tho olfocts of the overdose of sorghum, but two of thom, which appeared to . bo worse than tlie.Vrest, havo had to bo turnod'out, as they havQ; gone completely oft' their milk. Mr. Jonos inado a post mortem examination of ono of tho cows...

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Original Correspondence. Your Yalwal Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 July 1879

Original Comspontlciicc. 'Sfoiir 'Saliva! Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF TIIE TELEGRAPH. Sir, — In your issuo of tho- 24th instant appears cortain correspondence from Yalwal. In it allusion is made to tho reduction of wages by tlio- Ec1 ipse Company; and without ropoating tlio offonsivo.oxprossion, I, as ono of tho work inen alluded to, crave a portion of your valuablo spaco to ask by what authority your correspon dent dnree'to dictate to me or amy othor man. I always look for as much wages as lean got, and if I couVl got £2 5s of courso I should bo glad to got it: but I only valuo my labour- at tho market rato, and if 'I cannot get £2 5s, I am content to work hard for £2, rathor than rosort to tlio questionablo moans adopted by somo who thinlsthomsolvcs tho ton, and no doubt considers theinsolvos the1 representatives of 'rospectablo society ' iu Yalwal — save tho mark. I can, of coureo-only conjocturo who your '-own corre spondent ' is, but it is not hard to seo that ho is now to...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Temperance Hotel for Milton. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 July 1879

MISCEIiE. AWEOaJg. ITctiipci'aiiiee BS«teS ffoir Milton. On 'Wednesday ovoning a meeting was held at tho School of Arts, Milton, convened by circular, to consider tho question of forming a company for tho erection of a first-class commodious hotel in Milton, to, bo conducted on temperance: principles. About fifty gentlemen responded to tho ^invitation, amongst -whom wo' noticed tlio Eovs. W. Mathioson and Spoonor, Messrs; J. Miller, J.P., Jas. 'Warden, J.P., R. Cooper, S. . Pickering, J. Simmons, H. 0. Blackburn, T. Mitchell, and Lieut. Millard. Tho Eev. J. Spooner occupied the chair, and in introducing tlio subject, dwelt with mupli earnestness upon tho want of suitable accommodation for visitors to tho district ; that undertakings of a similar nature, based upon strictly temperance principles, had boon found to be remunerative in many parts of England as well as in Sydney, whore after six months' experience tho pre sent proprietor had determined on spending £3000 in enlargements a...

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Original Contribution. From Sydney to England, VIA SUEZ CANAL. X. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 July 1879

Original CoHitia'Dhution. Front Sydney to ISii&'IuihI, VIA SUEZ CANAL. ' [By Video,! x. ' ? To bo in a blissful stato of ignorauco as to what is going on in tho world for a considorablo longth of timo, is ono of thoso conditions oxpori— Onccd by all tiuvollors by sea ; andrconsidoring tho unquiot stato of Europe' at th'at'timo, it was not to be wondorod at, that tho first quostion put to tlio pilot should bo, ' Is war doclarod ?' An answor in tho nogativo'.gavo imivorsal satisfac tion. Plymouth was roachod in duo courso, and about 100 passongoi's horo disombarkod -with thoir luggago at 11.30 p.m. of tho 14tli April, proforring at that lato hour tho uncertainty of iiniling accommodation, to spending two moro daj's on tho stoamor in roaohmg London, as tlio train would carry thom to tho groat metropolis oarly tho noxt morning. Many of thom woro making for tho southorn and midland countios ; so that, apart from tho groat saving of timo, it becanio a mattor of convonionco also. A...

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Original Contribution. Commission Agency. No. III. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 July 1879

Original Contribution. Commission Agency. [Br Albion.] No. HI. f Continued. J A look around tho placo is not vory assuring ; ovorything is vory humblo, but very substantial, and comfort reigns around. That was a fino horso you woro riding, Mi-. Farmer.' ' O ! yos, pretty fair.' ' You mako a lot of butter hore, I prosumo.' ' Woll, wo do make a goodish bit.' ' You do protty well, I suppose ?' ' Yes, if it was not for. tlio . high freights, and tlio agents.' ' ' What is- that -place -thoro?' 'Over thore boyont P' ' Yos;'. ' 0, that's tho dairy.' Wo saunter ovor tliore to a building about thirty foot long by twolvo broad ; two or throo windows givo light and air, the whole having a verandah . running outsido. - Just outsido tlio door is tho churn, in- appearance untidy, the remains of tho last churning not cleared off, the fowls pecking around, as if thoy were used to it.: ' Ss — — h ! Ss- — li ! . drat .tlioni fowls,' says my -friend, ' they -are. a ni' ViViico.' Oil going into tho dai...

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 July 1879

Sboallbaven Shipping Intelligence. . ARRIVALS. July 23. — Ulawarra (s.), from Sydney; Our Own (s.), from Sydnoy. „ 26.— Illawnrra (s.), from Sydnoy. DEPARTURES. . July 24. — Illnwarra (s,), for Sydnoy. ,, 25. — Henrietta (schooner), for Sydney; . Our Own (s.), for Sydnoy. . „ 28. — Hlawarra (s.), for Sydnoy. EXPORTS. Por Hlawarra (s.), Captain Garde, on tho 21st .Tuly, 1879. To Sydnoy : 98 bags maizo, 14 kegs butter, 4 bags baeon, 4 pigs, 2 horses, 1 bag pumpkins, 3 cases trees, lSbaskots fish, 2 ensos eggs, 16 choesos, 1 caso honey, 1 coop poultry, 1 case lard, 2 casos Bundrios, 2 tins lard. To Eiama : 75 pigs, 5 bags maizo, 4 horsos, 1 choeso. To Wollongong : 30 bags maizo. Por Illawarra (s.), Captain Gardo, on tho 24th July, 1879. To Sydnoy: 213 kegs buttor, 114 hags maizo, 55 piocos cedar, 28 bags potatoos, 45 oz. gold, 20 bags bacon, 23 pigs, 18 choesos, 26 sidos bacon, 17 cases eggs, 1 caso bacon, 7 coops and 1 box poultry, 1 caso lard, 4 baskots fish, 2 bags turnips, 1 basket...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 July 1879

Sllawavra Steam navigation Company. : STEAMICIl'S TIME TABLE. -J^ H O M SHOAL H A V E N, Monday, ® Thursday, 8 a.m. - FROM SYDNEY, Tuesday ami Friday, at 11 p.m. . All moals supplied during tlio passages of tho stonnioi'i froo of clmrgo. Tho Steam DrogliorB, undor cluti'go of Captain ® Buchanan, aro always plying 011 tho Slioalliavon iiivor.in connection 'with tho Sycb.iey stoamors. EJMANNING. Kiiglisli, Scottish, and Australian , Chartered BSanlc. A BRANCH of this Bank is now OPEN at NOAVRA, Shoalhavcn, in temporary promises, for tho transaction of all usual bank ing business. JOIIN DOWLING, , Manager. Sydnoy, 5th Juno, 1878. Wanted to be Known. . I ?\ 17' JONES, Collins-streot, Kiama, has VV ? Horses and Vehicles FOR HIDE. Ho is prepared' to: rlln botwcon Wollongong and Ulladulla'.'- ? _ J ?Also, that ho is a casli purchaser of Hides and Bkins in any quantity. ? : j. Mr. W. C. KIM, SOL ICITO.R, & c., KIAMA. D. LINDSAY BYMOCK, Auctioneer and Commission . Agent, J AMBERO 0. ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 July 1879

In reprinting from a contemporary last week an nrticlo containing some account of tho progross and termination of the ministerial attempt to modify in somo respects tho existing land laws, wo cortainly did not mean to adopt tho opinion that tho rejection of tho bills by tho Council is likely to load to a dissolution of Parliament, though it may perhaps ' occasion considerable commotion in political circles, — that is, among tho political schemors, charlatans, and advon turors into whoso hands tho public affairs of this colony havo to so groat an oxtont boon allowed to fall. If tho affair of tho land bill appoared to tho combined Promiors to bo of sufficient import ance to form tho ground of a dissolution, tho matter would doubtless bo brought beforo tho constituencies in tho form of a project for alter ing tho constitution of the Council which declined to pass it, in accordance with tho reso lutions passed by tho Assombly tho othor day at the instance of Sir H. Parkos. But this shou...

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Gardeners' Calendar. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 July 1879

Gardeners' Calendar. ' AUGUST. Kitchen Garden. — Much sowing and plant ing should bo dono this month, if tho ground bo ready for it ; if not, no timo should bo wasted in gotting it in ordor, as a day lost now cannot easily be made up. Sow nearly ovory kind of seods ; continuo tho earthing-up of progressing crops, and keop tho land as clean as possible. 'VVatch well 'the growing cabbages and cauli flowors, and free thom occasionally from tho aphis which usually infest thom. Early and lato variotios of potatoos may bo planted. Flower Garden. — Planting and transplant ing of trees and shrubs ought to bo finished this month, in ordor to onablo tho shrubs to becomo fairly reconciled to thoir now location. Borders and edgings will neod considorablo attention. Carnations, pansies, daisies, potunias, &c., may now be planted. Space should bo found for tho beautiful new varieties of bouvardias, and a good collection of heaths ; oricas, epacris, dios mas, and othor hard-wooded flowerin...

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POETRY. The Bridge of Sighs. [LOVER.] [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 July 1879

P O E T R Y. The Bridge of Siglis. ? [lover.] The mystery attendant upon tho Councils of Vonico, incroasod tlio tfirror of their rulo. A covered bridgo botwoon tho Ducal palace and tho State prison served na a private passage, by which suapoctcd or condomned persons woro transferred at onco from examination to tho dungeon — honco it was called ' Tho Bridgo of Sighs.' Abovo tlio sparkling waters, 'Whoro Vonico crowns tho tido, Behold tho homo of sorrow So noar tho homo of prido ; A palaco and a prison Bosido oach other riso, And, dark between, a link is soon — It is ' Tho Bridgo of Sighs.' Eow, gondolier, row fast, row fast, Until that fatal bridgo be past. But not alono in 'Venice . Aro joy and grief so near ; To-day tho smile may waken, To-morrow wake the tear ; ? ?Tis next tho ' Houso of mourning ' ? . That Pleasure's palaco lies, 'Twixt joy and grief tho passage brief — .. Just liko tho 'Bridgo of Sighs.' s Eow, gondol'or, row fast, row fast, ?Unttl that fatal bridge bo past. Who...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 July 1879

. Nos.- WIEE N A f L S,- 3d' poi / Jv GREEN, // L Pest Office St oro, i'/ Nowra.. FOE 8AM!y About ten (io) TONg/sf piest-olass NEERIGA SEEiy/fTOTATOES. Pov Prico, Sc., apply to Mb. MONAGHA N; Groonlii1ls,- Shoa'lhtvVoiiv / I MAB.IC PU-llOY. . July 30, 18791 W O T ft C1 IB ~ ME. 'W. ELYAEIrS) allotments in- Nowra havo boon disposal of privately, and will not bo offered- at auotiqfr as notified- liorotoforo. ;L - B, BEOWN, ' J Auctionbor. Public Notice, ME. JAifES AEMSTEONG, Postmaster, of Torrarrt', will rdcoivo OllUEBS for ADVERTISEMENTS or JOB PPJNTING on tny.account ; and all orders ftfi- such left' at his promises x'rp to' 3 p.m. on oVery 'WEDNESDAY,- 'Orill moot with prompt attention. JOSEPH 'VYESTON. Telegraph Printing Office, Wwra, -Marsh 17, 1879r ? ? ? ; — ^ ? ? ? — ITerrartt 1L. !-., Wo. ?0. A MEETINGS of th( T'orraraL. O. L. will bo r\ held iu tlio Lot 2;o loom, Torrara, TO MOEEOW (EBIdAY EVENING, at 7.30. r. T. DIXON, W.M. : - ? -J ? ? ? ? 'tin ? ' '5Sf7i. jp 'W A Sj . mo...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT.—Same Day. (Before Messrs. W. Stewart, and G. Tate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 July 1879

Small Debts Court. — Samo Day. fBoforo Mossrs. W. Stowart, and G. Tato.) I - J. W. AYiloy v. Jamos Loary. — £2, cash lont. Plea, not indebted. Tho Boucli returned a verdict for plaintiff, and costs of ono witness. Jamos Loary v. J. W. Wiloy. — For 13s, balanco duo for oggs. Dofondant pleaded not indebted. After hearing tho caso tho Bonch roturncd a vordict for defondant.

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(From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 July 1879

' f jP'rom tho Ilerafct^y V GouM'urn, July 25-. — Aheut 7 o'clock to night a man named . Shopliord; who' amvod in1 town a wook ago fi!om- Ifangaloola', and who has already been in tho Asylum- twico, oreatod a gro'it disturbance in- Montaguo-streot.- Aftor threatening to1 smash- all' tho windows in tho Argylo Hotel, ho wnlkod ovor to Botts, tho1 solicitor s, and forced tho lock ot tho'irOnt door. Ho thon ontored tho front room,- nnd knookod ovor tho tablo- and chairs,- throw the books,, letters, and ink-stand- about and finally throw b) largo tablo through a: plate-glass window,, breaking, it in a thousand piecos. Oho- piece' struck a' girl named Landsdowno on tho' foro hoad, causing a sovoro wound!. Shephor'd thon1 rusliod out through tho window, flourishing a stick and threatening' to' Kill evbl'ybod'y, al«T crying, ' I havo dono for you, Botts,- my boy P' s He was finally secured, but it required sovon i: mon- to' tako him to- tho loek-up. — Heavy rams- s havo fallon sinco Wednesd...

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Cable Intelligence. London, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 July 1879

Cable Intelligence* ? ? (Froiii the Ilerald.J London, July 11. Nows has boon l'ccoiVed from Capo Town, announcing tho arrival of Sir Gamot Wolsoly and staff on tlio 23rd Juno. On tho following flay ho wont to Natal, to assumo supromo com mand. -r \ Latest advices from tho Capo announco that tho British continuo to udvanco iu Zululund unopposed. A junction has boon . oftocted botwoon tho columns of tho latest troojis, within twonty-fiYO miles of Undini, Cotowayo's chiof kralil. . July 12. Tho transport Grontcs has attired from tho j papo with tho body of tho Princo Imporial on board. Tho body was convoycd to Chisolliurst, whoro an ' imposing funoral sorvico took plnco. Thoro was a numerous nssomblago, and H. II. II. ' (tho Princo of Wales, tho Duko of Edinburgh, ho Duko of Connaught, and tho Duko of Cam bridge actod as pall-boarors. Ilor Majesty tho ' Quoon and Princess Beatrico romainod with tho iEuipross Eugonio during tho coromony. iTuly 13. Tho solect committeo rocontly appointed...

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OUR NEW TELEGRAPH AND POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 July 1879

OUR NEW TELEGRAPH AND POST OFFICE. On Monday last, at ' dead of night,' oui tele graph nnd post offices woro amalgamated in tlio now bu'Jding oroctod by Mossrs. Wilson, & Co., under tho cliargo of Mr. Goorgo Blown, who for codrtcsv and m-omntiaido in tlio transaction of business, has established for hunsolf a gonoral popularity. Tho building is constructed princi pally of corrugated -'roil, lined with sassafras, and is commodious, and fully supplied with office fitti-igs. Siuco tho abovo-montionod ovont, tho follow ing naivete lines woro found in tlio insido of a schnappor, caught noar tho Shoalhavon Heads, I beliovo. i . - THE REMOVAL OF Jilt. GEORGE BROWN. - Not a sound was hoard, — not a farowoll word — As his Morso to tho hill wo hurried ; Not tlio noto of a bird tho still night sir'iTcd, As ovor tho road wo all skurried. Wo shifted him darkly at dead of night, The wiros with our pliors turning. By the struggling moonbeams, a misty light, And tho lautorn dimly burning. N...

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