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LEAVES [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 August 1879

LEAVES For Bomaderry, Cambewarra, Moss Vale, and Sydney, daily (Saturday excepted), at 2.30 p.m. For Terrara, Numba, and Pyree, daily (Sun . day excepted), at 10.15 a.m. For Tomerong, Wandandian, Milton, and 'Ulladulla, on -Tuesdays, Thursdays, and: Satur - days, at 10.15 a.m. For Burrier, on Wodnesday and Saturday, at 11 a.m. For Braidwood and Nerriga, on Monday, at 5 a.m. For Broughton Creek and Kiama, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 2.30 p.m.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Direct Teaching of Downright Irreligion in Public Schools. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 August 1879

©iii'ccf. TeacSasaig' ?. .-©ff rig'M la'a-uligioai fublic Axeeaey, wo : have.,proved ? tliat-.thoianero ignoring: of religious instruction - ill: , our educational systeni militates directly , against the sublime purpose; of tho . 'Gospel; :and,; is fraught with: immediate danger, to ..the very lifo of Clnistanity. Wo scaicoly deem ?it .indcessary, v, to-: iirffo iiuiioni'-.ouiv readers i tho , supremo importance of- tlio? religious sentimont- in . tlto.: civilization, of , tlio world. Wo will suppofc thjt all are'-a dm i t tin g-- tho absoluto necossiVy f?*some fijwii of religious belief/ :and, that fiillnpe-preparcd to allow that - the ..extinction ;of supernatural religion :would bo a-.univeilial 'calamity. a 'Evei^'i.man , in;, the . .possession-.- of; normal , - reasoning faculties must -..realize : this .truth. AvBecause; :,there; is a natural and imperishable sentiment , ;of .religion., inherent in the , hearts of 'overy: human being ; and though it may. bo clouded .'by.ignor...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 August 1879

Reading the Pastoral at Goulburn.— In .reference to ? our telegram from Goulburn con cerning the reading of the Pastoral, we havo re ceived the following message, signed Rev. Denis T.Walsh: — To-day's Goulburn telegram about Roman. Catholic Cathedral being emptied on account, of reading pastoral is false in every detail.'.' . We at once wired the statement to our correspondent at Goulburn, and his reply is as follows At early Mass on Sunday, when the Bishop read the Pastoral, many people rose and loft the Cathedral during the reading. The Bishop stoppod roading and spoko very severely to the congregation upon thoir conduct, and in so doing used the word ' Pagans' in reference to thoso who had left.'— Herald.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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The Prince of Wales's Possible Visit to Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 August 1879

The Pft'Snicc off, WmIcs's ffios sSlble Visit 'Amstralaai. The ' Pall Mall Gazette ' soystlie anxiety of i the Yictorians that thoir Exhibition at Mel bourne should be opened .by tho Princo and Princess. of -Wales is^ntitural-enough, and ifc.i may bo hoped that the Prinpe at least will- 1 bo able to visit -Austeiliain tho course of the noxt 12 months. ?? Truo,-)it ; may be doubtful'; whethoiv- tho lioir - apparent ,- to .tlio ? ;tlirono' should travol so far from 'home. ;]3ut tlioro are many reasons- why ; a Royal visit to these: colonies1 wouldbo specially, grateful just now;, and certainly moro loyal communities aro 'not to bo found under, the English flag. Tlio-' jealouslyi botween New South- Wales and. Victoria might bo excited by any ^apparent .preference: for tlio younger colony, and this, of courso would be avoided.- -The: Princo of Wales has dono so, mucli by his activity in a - non-xiolitical sphere to .produce: a most whole- , sonioiand: advantageous -political effect that...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 August 1879

MAKJaSAOE. Hewitt — Steadman. — On tlio 5th August, at Balmain, by tho tho Rov. Gustnvus Thomp son, cousin of tlio bride, J. II. Hewitt, Esq., of Terrara, Shoulhnveu, to Felicia Violet Steadman, oldest daughter of Mr. W. II. Stoadman, Travelling Inspector to tho Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Society. AND SHOALJIAVm ADVERTISER. Published every Thursday Moriiins. j THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1879.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. Hanlan Challenges Trickett.—£2000 Aside. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 August 1879

MIS€EIjILA]&tE©US. fiBanlan OenSBcEtg-es IVicBietft. i — JiUJJOSS Aside. ; Br tlio Zoalandia, on Sunday, tlioro firrivod i from Canada Mr. II. T. Smith, of Toronto,,! who is authorised 'by tho Haulan.Kowing Club, of tho city named, to, ccliallongo;! Trickott, or any othor colonial oarsman; to i i contest the aquatic championship; -o'f .f.tho ! world with Edward Hanlan,;of. Caiiada.:;Tho latter proposos that tlio -match' shall talco placo on .the. Parramatta.'Eiver.iasv soon'vas' possiblo — if.' practicable; .during: Exhibition time— and. makes it- a condition that ( the stakes bo £2000.-at least. ? Hanlania willing; to row for a's much moro as. Trickott -s friends liko to put down;* !;Pctiding.tlio result' of 'tlio forthcoming .. contest on :tl\o, 29th Kinstimt botwoon Edward Trickott and.Elias -Laycook, - the former is tlio champion of- the world; and represontativo of Now South .Wales. Wo ' hopo ' that' ; ? .?Haulan's,: :' challenge, will bo instantly taken ih * hand by th...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 August 1879

liOCAIj JUSJTJEIjJLBGS iVCJE. Tenders. — Wo would direct tho attention of contractors and labourers to tho advortisomont of tho Broughton Creek and Bomadorry Muni cipal Council, inviting tenders for cortain works. SrtOALIIAVEN AND TIIE PASTORAL. — Wo understand that up to tho present timo nouo oE tho Roman Catholic pupils attonuiug J'ublic schools in Shoalhavon havo discontinued to attend. The largest number attend tho Nowra Public school, and Mr. Marrack informs us that tho 18 still attend. Appointments. — It is notified in tho Gazette, that tho undermentioned gentloinon liavo beon appointed to form tho Public School Board of tlio Public school established at Croobyar Resorvo : — Messrs. Thomas Holibs, J. P., John Millor, Androw Baxter, Nicholas Mudgo, Donald Kennedy, Joseph Nowton. Latsed Conditional Purchases. — Among othor items in a Supplementary Gazette, pub lished on Thursday last, it is notified that 10 blocks varying in area from 40 to 320 acres of mineral land taken up by ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Original Contribution. Commission Agency. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 August 1879

Original ' Contribution. : | Commission Agency. [By Ai.bxon.i3 'v» 'No. V.\N Shoalhavon has been for a 'number of years justly colobratod not only for the quantity, hut for the quality, of excellent seed potatoes sho has sont to market. By 'Shoalhavon' I do not refer 'alone to the area which constitute tho township, but the. whole of tho .agricultural land and tho various places, villages, and liamlot-s situated on this magnificioil^vor from its out flow into tho ocean up to tho neaflfof its naviga tion. To doscrihe it adequately is out of tho question, but I shall novor forgot tho emotions my soul oxperionced as I stood on tho top of a mountain and looked over tho fair view presented to my entranced vision. Tho smiling valleys teeming with pastoral . lifo ; tho golden corn waving in tho, fields; tho marshos changed by tho magic, wand of nature's magician, into gardens rosplondont with bloom; the rough surfaces smoothed into gracofulnoss ; tho soli tudo of tho virgin forost charmqd ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 August 1879

Shbalhaveu Shipping Intelligence. I ARRIVALS. August 6.— Illawarra (a.), from Sydney. ,, 11.— Our Own (s.), 'from Sydney; Hlawamt(s.), from Sydnoy. DEPARTURES. August 7. — . — Hlawarra (s.), for Sydnoy. ,, 10. — Promiso (kotch), for Sydnoy; Emily (ketch), for Wollongong; Illawarra (s.), for Sydnoy. , EXPORTS. Por iilawarra (s.), Captain Garde, on tho 28th July, 1879. To Sydney: 202 bags maizo, 17 tags bacon, 12 logs, 4 hides, 1 bag potatoes, 7 cases eggs, 1 bag oysters, 2 kogs lard, 2 cases honey , and sundries. To Kiama: SObagsmaizo, 18 pigs, 1 bag leathor. To Wollongong: 20 bags maize, 1 parcel, Por Huntor (s.), Captain 'Walker, on tho 31st July, 1879. To Sydnoy : 9 pigs, 149 kogs but ter, 85 bags maizo, 212 pieces codar, 15 cases eggs, G coops poultry, 2G bags bark, 3 packages leathor, 12 bags potatoes, 1 package -wild ducks, 1 bag chicory, 6 calves, 2 hides, 4 bags oysters, 1 keg lard, 10 choesos, 11 boxos, 1 bundle skins, 2 bags bacon, 8 baskets iish, and sundries. To Kiama: 14...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 August 1879

tllawai'ni @4t»ann %Tsavif$atioii Company. , STEAMICJI'S TIME TABLE . jP R,0 M S H 0 A L II A V E tf, Monday, 6 a.m. Tlim-mlay, 8 n.in; ' ; ; iTROM SYDNEY, 'Tuesday Uiul Friday, at ill p.m. All lhoals supplied during tlio passages ol tlid btcbtau&s free Uf chargo. 'jflid Steam Droghors, undercharge oE Cnptniil Buchanan, avo always plying on tlio Slioalhaven River in coflileetion with tlio Sydnoy stonmois. . i E. MINING. Unglisl'^ MtMi, mid 'Australian Chartered Bnuk. ABEANOH of I] lis Hank is nOw OPEN', nt NOWllA, ShoalliiM on, in temporary promises, for tlio transaction o£ nil usiull bunk-' inj» business. , joiiN dowlinci, ; , ? ? Milnagor. Sydnoy, 5th Juno, 1878. WaiMcil 4o In; ffiitowni ^fTT' JONliSj Collins-E-lroot, Ki/trrm, has T! . Tloisos and Vehicles POR IEttfE. Ilo .is prepared to run between WdlibngonJ* Imd Ulladulla.' Also, that lie is a cash pm'eliasor of Hides and skins in any qulliitity. *.. Mr, W. C. tim, SOLICITOR, & b,, ? KIAMA. D;'LIHDSAY BYMOCK, Au...

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Ocean Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 August 1879

? . Ocean 93ail Time Table. ? Time table for tho prosent month, giving the date on which letters, to bo in time for despatch by ?the homeward route, must bo posted at the prin cipal local post-office, as well as .the date on which foreign letters may be received after tho arrival of tho outward bound mail steamers. Pacific Mail, via California. Homeward Route. | Outward Route. Leaves I Arrives at I Leaves I Arrives at Nowra. | London. | London. | Nowra. Aug. 13 | . Sept. 29 | June 19 | Aug. 8 P. and ,0. Mail, via Suez. Homeward Routo. | Outward Route. Leaves I Arrives at ' Loaves Arrives at Nowra. | London. London; Nowra. E. and A. Mail, via Torres Straits.* Homoward Route: | Outward Route. Leaves Arrives at I Leaves I Arrives at Nowra. London. [ London. | Nowra. Aug. 6 | Oct. 6 | Juno 3 | A.ug. 15 . * By this route lettors, not over 4 oz., marked ' via Brindisi,' will cost 2d moro than letter marked, ' via Southampton ;' but thoso by tho former route will arrive in London seven day...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Gardeners' Calendar. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 August 1879

. Gardeners' Calendar. '. - AUGUST. Kitchen Garden.— Much sowing and plant ing should be done this month, if tho ground bo ready for it ; if not, no time should be wastod in getting it in order, as a day lost now cannot ; easily be made up. Sow nearly every kind of seeds ; continue the earthing-up of progressing ? crops, and keop tho land as clean as possiblo. Watch well tho growing cabbages and cauli flowers, and 'freo them occasionally from tho aphis . which usually infost them. Early and late varioties of potatoes may be planted. Flower Garden. — Planting and transplant ? ing of trees and shrubs ought to be finished this month, in ordor to enable the shrubs to becomo fairly reconciled to their now location. Borders and edgings will need considerable attention. Carnations, pansies, daisies, petunias, &c., may now be planted. Space should be found for tho . beautiful now varieties of bouvardias, and a good collection of heaths; ericas, epacris, dios mas, arid other hard-woo...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 August 1879

A LL Nos. AV TEE NAT L S, 3d poi An' ? ? yT-^5 Lyfico Store, | ^ / .Nowra. SAB®, A BOUT TEN? 10)' TONS In f JiIES'I'-CLAc'S J\. NEE1UGA, ,SI5E1Z WVL'l'i'OER. J-oi ' l'rico, &c.'^applj- to Ifu.'^jM/lb^tONAGHAN, . ?Grcenliills: Shoalhavon. 1 : - IfAHK PU11CY. July 30, -1879. - | IMl3OTJNDtEB-'at Numb/'on tho 17th day of . !/Jidy;- 1S79, 'from 'tho-. public road, -Nuinbayby., ?Mr. 11. ,'Morris,' Jnspnctoi^olyNuisaijces for,: tlio Numba Municipal Di/ric/ B/v UOfiSlD branded ' lilco I in -heart oft sll ml/or; {yhito i'aco, brokon , ?staged,: -about ; fitteonAhaftds : high. \ --..Dolayod till ? advertising on : account S^iotico sent to ownoiv; : ? If not rolcasediCwill; bo sold |t this pound at noon -on tho '21st August, 1S7J). / ., , llO)3El(T BENXU3, Poundkoopor. ' ' -iU)©jir Blejircficutttuive, ( fi~ . J0M.;;i{qsEBT, liSQ.,' ^ WILL^ADDEESS If L6E ELECTOES' JftP ?_-„ ToWcu'Mjaiia, TnWara, , ; , Ox,t SAT(UEI)AY,, 23iii) AUGUST, IU n Ai 1 in ' i p. j*:; holdswoeth, -esq.; ^ ; M.Wi...

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The Zulu War. London, August 7 [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 August 1879

' ' The' War. | ' (From the Herald. ) ? i ' London, August 7 ? Despatches from Sir Garnet Wolsoloy havo boon published, stating that tlio-prospoct3,of an early sottlouientvoR-peaco ? proliminarios , woio: good, but that quiot and security wore impossible j ? wliilo C'otowaj-o was at largo.: Sir .Garnot 'Wolsoloy liasv consbtjuontlv ? rosolvod. upon utlio immediato rooccupatiou ot Ulundi. Nows from Chpo Town to tho 2itli July i .states that Sir Garnot AVolsoley, nt an -interview. i with Dabulaiinuizi and otlior chiefs, who recently i submitted jto.iho British at Mnngnerc, urged' . thom no longor to ro'jrard Cotowayo as lung, -and -toldtlioin , that tlio country would houcGioit,h;be governed by. ZulCisTundor tho : protection : ot-tlio British Govefnih'ontr - ? ' ? Latest Capo Town advices state that General : Clark and Colonel AVolsoley are .about pi ocecding ?to Ulundi, ' which lias boon rooccupiod by tho : . ^British; and.-|thaf ^Gcpiiml. Nowdogato, : com-.: ? mending tho';,soutli§r...

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Suicide. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 August 1879

, . Suicide. Tjie rosidonts of tlio quiot to-n*n of Nowra and its vicinity. were:greatly. sliockod upon lioai'ing on Tuesday last,. 'at noon, that tho wifo of:a recou tly arrived rosidont, named Gardinor, : or 'Wlii toll all, had boon found dead in her lato resi dence, hanging bv tho nock by a ropo from ono of tlio rafters. Tho particulars , will . bo, found bolow, and though in connection with tlio cir oumstance nothing amounting to actual violonco en tho part of tho untortunato liusbaud, is dis closed, still tlio casual reader may soo that tho ovont is unothor ono of tho tragic results of an iutomperato lifo 011 tlio part ot him who sliDuld siip])i)rt and comfort, instead : of being a biuio to his household.. . ? ; ' -1

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Yalwal. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 August 1879

?Sfalwal. Mining, horo is about tho samo as whon I last wrote.- :I liavo beon informod that tho Homo ward: Bound is still 011 good gold. Thero aro two ?? ; ?shifts at work sinking tho shaft, and tho gold, I ? boliovo. is still continuing ns thoy go down. Tlio stono that is boing put through Mr.. 'Noble's maehinois oxnectod to realize nearly two ouncos to, tho ton. This is a bottor roturn than was anticipated at first, although it -looked , vory . ????:? well. I11 tho Pioneer thero aro two mon ongaged in sinking, with navablo prospects. I inn unable to say much about this at prosont, as I boliovo tho shareholders aro to havo a mooting to docido what thev aro going to do noxt. somo of tho shareholders boing dissatisfied with tho prosont system of working. . Tlio Eclipso Company's muchino has boon . hammering away for tho week upon stono from tho Goldon Crown, but I havo not hoard tho result of tlio weolc's crushing. I fancy it is not up to their expectations. T liopo I may bo wrontv, ...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Cambewarra. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 August 1879

UBBSTISSCTT ItfEWS. [prom, our correspondents.] Cambewarra. The toa-mooling in connection with tho open ing jof , tho.' iiow AVosloyan Chapel at Forest Lodgo, ' lis udvertisod, took placo 011 Tuesday/ tlio 5th : August. Tho attendance lit tho tea, though/small, yot owing to tho appoaranco of- : tho day which was not very oncouraging, was much lurgor tlinn might havo beon expected. ; Tho tablos of which tlioro woro hvo in muri bor, provided by Mosdmes Uodgkinson, Smith, J. Watts, Stoadman, and ltobson, to say literally groaiiod under tho load of good things hoapoil ' upon thom would convoy but a faint idou to a person not fortunato enough to bo prosont, tho profuse display oE tho many good things pro vided for tho occasion. Tho tables woro arranged two up each sido of tho building, and ono across tho ond on tlio platform. I do not know how many, each tablo could accommodate, but I thinlc . that as each tnblo was throngly patronised twice, tlio number of people at tho tea must havo bo...

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Shoalhaven Police Court. Same Day. Same Bench. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. James Watt v. John Parnell. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 August 1879

jShoalhaven Police Court. Same Day. Samo Bench. OllSCEXE LANGUAGE. James Watt v. John Parnoll. Tho plaintiff in this caso laid an information against dofondant for that ho did, in a public placo, on tho 2nd instant, at Tomorong, mako use of language to plaintiff calculated to causo a breach of tho poace. Defendant pleadod guilty under provocation. Mi\ Richards appeared for the plaintiff. Plaintiff, on oath, statod that dofondant, en tho day mentioned, called him ' a b ? psalm- singing b — &c., &c., and rodo'tip to him as if to striko him. ' By defendant: I did not say in answer to your quostion, ' It's a lie.' John Olarko deposed to having hoard somo of the languago complained of used, and in reply to Mr. Richards, said dofondant said to plaintiff, ' If you had said that to 1110 20 years a'gono I would pull your noso for it,' but dofondant cor rected stating, 'wring your noso ' was tho oxprossioii used. ' ?:- For tho dofouco, \ John Mackollar Brown, of Parma, was cal...

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Shoalhaven Court of Requests. NOWRA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 12. (Before their Worships B. Brown, and John Monaghan, Esqs.) J. Green v. George Thomson. Goods sold and delivered, £6 14s 10d. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 August 1879

Shoalhaveri Court' of Ifficquests.'' -. Nowra, Tuesday, August 12. (Before thoir Worships B. Brown, and John 'Monaghan, Esqs.) .- J. Green v. Goorge 'Thomson. Goods sold and delivered, £G 14s lOd. Plaintiff's statemont was to the offeot that; somo timo ago he, at defendant's requost,' ti'arisi,'' forred M'Cleary's debts to tho account of defend ant, and that the validity of tho arrangomont' had on several occasions been admitted by: Thomson, who paid off part of tho account by two paymonts. Defendant denied having over entered into such an arrangomont for tho payment of debts othor than his own ; that ho had paid tho sums mentioned at tho instauco of plaintiff, who asked him for money'. Tho Bonoh gave a verdict for tho amount claimed, boing of opinion that a transfor of tho account had been agreed to by defendant, as evidenced by part payment of a bill of tho amalgamated accounts. .

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The Flood Boats. A DASTARDLY ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 August 1879

The BTEood 'SSonts.'. . A DASTARDLY ACT. On Friday last during tho' : heavy rain-storm which thou ? prevailed, :? Mr;-. .-Williamson, tlio Engineer of tho Shoalhavon Bridgo, fearing tlio .possibility of a flood, caused the two boats sup plied to him by tho Commis^iouor tor Roads tor use at tho bridge-works, to bo each manned by a uair of oxnert oarsmoiii and placed at : lironor stations!to bis in readiness for any 'omorgoncy that might arise. During tho night, ; 0110 ot those boats was stolon nuder circumstances described bolow, and when it becamo known that porsons capable of perpetrating so unmanly a trick wero to bo iouud amongst us, not a little indignation was expressed, : and gonoral sympathy .was' folt for.'Mr. ';: W'Hinmson,- upon: whom,. 110 ; doubt,! ; tlio, onus' of losing / tlio 'boat, arid of : liny consoquorieo . contingent on 'it, was: intonded to be thrown by theso midnight ?prowlers. : It is' humiliating, to, admit that per sons capable of committing so unmanly an a...

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