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Central Shoalhaven Municipal Council. TERRARA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 August 1879
Central jSlioulIiaveu SiTuiiicipiil Council. TETOAitA, Tuesday; Auoust 12. Tiih Council mot at 3.30. e Prosont— Tlio Mayor, and 'Aldermen Hyam, Lmnond; Monaghan, sand M'Loan.— Tho miuutos ?? of previous mooting woro road and .confirinod.-— Corrospondonco: - 1. A vlottor -handed in by :: Alderman .Monaghan, addrossod to tho momber for Shoalhavon; from tho Lands Dopartmont, notifying that : it was docidod to proclaim tho Groonwoll Point road to high-. 'water: mark. In roforonco: to this, tho Mayor said this was all that would bo sought by tlio deputation, to go to Sydnoy on tho projoct, but aldermen expressed thomsolvos of opinion that tho lottor was not . sullieiently explicit as to. tho straightening o£ tho . road 111 question.-— Council wont into Committoo of Finance, and sanctioned payment of. Rolfo's .account for £12, for fillirig in holos near wharf ; 'the maintenance man's wages duo, amounting to i'9, was ordered to bo paid. — In Committoo of Works, tenders wero rocoivcd and co...
THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 14 August 1879
THE INQUEST. An inquest was held on the body of deceased &nbsp; yesterday, before the District Coroner, T. M. Richards, Esq., and the following jury :— C. &nbsp; Graham (foreman), W. H. Benn,y, John &nbsp; &nbsp; Halland, W. H. Wicks, J. W. Gerrett, jun., &nbsp; &nbsp; and A. Linkenbagh. The evidence taken was &nbsp; substantially as under : — Robert Gardiner Whitehall deposed: I am a &nbsp; carpenter, and live at Nowra; the body viewed by the Coroner and jury, is that of my late wife, Louisa Jane De Mestre; we were married in the year 1886, and have, living, six children; she &nbsp; was going on for 30 years of ago, and a strong woman, but subject to fits she complained of a &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; pain in her left side and heart; she walked to &nbsp; Cambewarra and back with her son on Monday last, a distance of four miles; she was well at 4 &nbsp; o'clock p....
Cable Intelligence. Cairo, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879
' . CaMe Cairo. August 18. A Ministry lifts boon formod; by thb chiof I'aslia aftor tho doposition of Ismail Pasha who tondorcd his resignation, which lias boon accoptod. A nQfy Ministry lias boon formod tmdor the immodiato prosidoncy of tho Kliedivo, Prince Iirahoiiiod Towsiki . rat. Potorsuurg, August 18. Considorablo oxcitomont lias boon eausod by tho soizuro of gunpowdor and otlior oxplosivos by tho authorities lioro. No furthor particulars aro to hand, but littlo doubt : oxists ; that tho: Nihilists aro implicated. .
Sydney Market Rates. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879
i;Sy«Jney. Marltct . Kates. . . ? Tlioso is a jnodorato domand for host flour. 1 Bost Adolaidoi £18 os por ton ; wlioat, dull at 08 por bushel ; luoorno hay, £3 15s. to £i por ton; oatoii' do., to it 10s per ton; boat | maize poivbusliol, 2s Gd; Circular Head potatoos, I £5 15s to £G 5s por ton; host Illawarra. buttor, 1 lB'Sd por lb; host oggs, Ispordozon ; -'bacon, Gd por, lb ;? clioosb, 5d to Gd por lb ; lard; Gd to (Kl I por lb..- 1 ? ;. f'-'-: : ?- 1
The Coalminers Strike at Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879
OTlie C«j«8m-5 tiers feitn-ikc »t Mcwcastlc. . Mattors aroordorly among tlio Nowcastlo coal minors; - At an immonso mooting hold on Mon day, it was rosolvedj ' That this mooting is son- 1 siblo tlio minors havo powor - to produco; moro than doublo tho quantity of coal for which thoro is now domalid and it wasfttrtlior rosolvod, in .ordor, to ? socuro fairor distribution,, that two holidays a wook bo strictly obsorvod until im provomont in tho trado warrants a chango. ;
Nowra Mail Time Table. ARRIVES [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879
Kowra Mail Time Table. ARRIVES' I Prom: Sydnoy, . Moss ' 'Valo, ' - Cambowarra; ! and BomadeiTjv ' daily (Monday oxcopted), at 9.45 a.m. ? - Erom Kiama and Broughton Creole, on Tucst' ; day, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9.45 a.m. ' ! v. : Erom -U^ladulla, 'Milton,. Wandandian, and : Tomorong, on Monday,, Wednesday, and Eriday, at 1.30 p.m; ' : . ? . - : . ' Erom Numba and Torrara, daily (Sunday I v- oxcopted), at 2 p.m. Erom Braid-wood and Nerriga, on Thursday, I --at 4 p.m.-. ? .-i Erom Burrior, on Wednesday, at 10 a.m. LEAVES Eor Bomadorry, Cambowarra, Moss Valo, and i Sydnoy, daily (Saturday oxcopted), at:2.30 p.m. Eor Torrara, Niunba, and Pyreo, daily (Sun day oxcopted), at 10.15 a.m. ?? -. i Eor Tomorong, Wandandian', Milton; and Ulladulla, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur- i days, at 10.15 a.m. -? ? Eor Bim-ieiv on Wednesday and Saturday, at :i 11 a.m. . i | Eor Braidwood and Norriga, on Monday,, at I 5 a.m. ? , : Eor Broughton' Crook and Kiama, on Monday, Wednesday, and-Eriday...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879
IiOCAIi SKTJESiliSG-BJWCE.. Nowra Municipal Council. — At half-past 1 p.m. on Tuosday night, none of tho mombors wore at tho Council Ohambor, Nowra, and tho usual mooting did not tako place. Our Leader. — Wo havo to request tho atten tion of our readers to page 4 of this journal for tho loaders which woro written for tho last -two issues ; nuu LU iuiai, ui.il mo ono lor mis issue will appear in our noxt. Erratum. — In a paragraph referring to tho International Exhibition Committeo meeting, hold at Torrara last week, tho word ' particu larly ' was erroneously substituted for tho word ' patriotically.' Mr. Wilmot's Visit.— Wo havo to request tho attontion of our roadors to tho advortisoment,. notifying that Mr. J. Wilrnot, AVatchmakor and jeweller, of ICiama, will visit Nowra on tho 27th inst.^1 'Wednesday next. Inquest. — On Eriday last an inquest touch ing tho death of Esau Longbottom, son., — a labourer on tho Coolangatta Estate, and a man of advancod ago — was hold at his lato ros...
Telegraph and Post Office for Nowra. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879
Telegraiili and Post WjQice f«r ;S[owra. As notified in our last issue, at tho instance of , residents of Nowra tho- Mayor convened a piibliir mooting to considor tho best coui-so to 'adopt for tho establishment of a tolograph and p'ost-oflico in Nowi'a. Tho mooting was hold in tho School of Arts; and in tho absonco of tho Mayor, ?Alderman Moss was voted to the- choir.' ' *? Inintroducingthomattor, tho chairman stated that tho Mayor was called away to business at tho metropolis. Ho roiorrcd to a similar., movo- mont on tho part of tlio rosidonts of Nowra somo timo back;' and stated that tlio Postmaster Genoral, in his lottor of tho 21st May-liist fin. reply to tho memorialists), intimated that tho furthor consideration- of tho snbjoct of telegraph and postal buildiugs for Nowra was ' deferred until tho sito1 of the Shoalhavcn bridge was determined. Tho sito being now fixed, and tho works in oporation, tho time had arrivod for. rosidonts to furthor urgo tlioir claims. ; Mr. J. AV. Go...
Shoalhaven Court of Requests. NOWRA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 19. (BEFORE their Worships, Z.G. Bice, H.G. Morton, and B. Brown, Esqs.) MINING LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879
, ' ? : ? '. . .'--a SliOalliaveu £uurt of IkqitcSH i Nowiu, Tuesday, August 19. m (Before thoir AVorsliips, Z. G. Bico, H. G. I 'Morton, and B. Brown, Esqs.) .' I MIXIXO I.AUOU1!. Louis Bampa v. James Monaghan.' Work and labour — £2. ? This action aroso from au allogod broach of agreeinont on tlio part of defendant, who repre sented No. 3 Gold-Mining Compiuiy, Yalwal. ' Plaintiff deposed that on Monday, tlio 2Stli July last, ho was ongagod by dofondant to work at No. ;3 Company's .claim,-,! Yalwal, ? at tho weoltly ;wago of £2; defoiulant told him ho couia. go to wonc, ana attor ascortainmg tho character of tho rock ho might put iii a tondor Ipr tho tunnel .work ; thoro would bo a fortnight's work, and hb, dofondanty would try and get him work on somo other claim after wards ;' depouont proceeded to Yalwal tlio sumo day, on the understanding that a hut and cook ing utonsils woro on tho ground for him; thoro woro no tools, and ho could not work, but acted under tho direction of Mr. ...
Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879
Shoalhavcn Shipping Intelligence. | ? ?'. ' ARRIVALS. . August 13. — Illawarra (b.)i' from Sydnoy. ?„? 10. — Eormosa (kotch), from Sydnoy ; Broughton (s.), from Sydney; Ulawarra (b.), lrom Sydney. ; ; „ 17.— Our Own (s.), from Sydnoy; Promise (kotcli), from Sydnoy. . ; . DEPARTURES. August, 13.- — Mary Ann (kotch), for Sydnoy. j, . 14— Hlawarra.(s.), for Sydnoy; Our Owi (8.), for- Sydnoy ; ' Honriotta (sclioonor), for Sydnoy. „ ?''18.— Illawarra (s.), for Sydnoy.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879
Illnwami - Steam KavigUtjon ? '-Company. STEAMERS TIME; TABLE. Jji ii o M ' s n o a l h a y. E.n,. Momlity; » a.nu TlinrSday, S ii.m. , ' PROM SYDNEY, . !. Tuesday ami Friilay, nt 11 ixm. ' All mchls supplied during tlio passages ol tho Bteamors frcU.of chargo. . , Tlio StoantiDroghors,; .undor charge of Captain J}uoliannu, !tii'o always plying, on tho. Shoalliavon Bivor in (ioiiuoction with tlio SydHtiy stoamors. ? ; .. E. MANNING. -EngHbli^Scotifelij' and Australian CliaVlci'cd IBank. A BRANCH (»ft«iis Bank is now OPEN at J: ?L NOWRA, Shoalliavon, in temporary premise.-:, Tor tlio transaetioiirof all usual bank ing businossi ? ....;? ' JOHN DOWLING, '?'??? | V , Manng'or. . ??Sydney, otli Jnno, 1878. , , to 'S)« KnOWl!* iTTT' JONl'lS, ? Collins-street, Kiama, has Ty * Horsos and Vehicles EOR HIRE. Ho is propai'od to run botn'tien AVollougong and Ulladtilla. 1 ' ' ? Also, thlit ho is a cash purcliasor o£ Hides find Skins in any quantity. ? r Mr. W. C. KING, SOLI CI T OR, & ...
Ocean Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879
Ocean Stall Time Tabic. Time tablo for tho present month, giving tho dato on which letters, to bo in time for despatch by tho homeward routo, must be posted at tho prin cipal local post-office, as well as tho dato on which foreign lettors may bo' received aftor tho arrival of tho outward bound mail stoamors. Pacific Mail, via California. Homeward Route. | Outward Routo. Leaves I Arrives at I Leaves: Arrives at Nowra. | London. | London. STcrwra. Aug. 13 |, Sept. 29 -| June 19 [. Aug. 8 P. and 0. M\.il, via Suez. Homeward Bouto. | Outward Bouto. ? - . . Loaves I Arrives at I Leavos ? Arrivos' at Noma. | London. | London. Nowrn. ? Aug- 29 | Oct. 27 | Juno 26 Aug. 23 E. axd A. Mail, via Torres Straits.* ' 1 Homoward Bouto. | Outward Bonto. Leaves Arrives at I Leavos '.AiTivos at Nowra. London. | London. '?; Nowra. '? . Aug. G | Oct. 6 | Juno 3 | Aug. 15 * By this routo letters, not evepj.eiftv tiiiwkbd ' via Brindisi,' will cost 2d moro than lotters marked, ' wo. Southampton ;' but tho...
Gardeners' Calendar. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879
Gardeners' Calendar. ' | 'AUGUST. , ' TZmnmr. Garden.— Much sowing and plant ing should ho dono this month( if tho ground ho ready for it ; if not, no timo should be wasted j in getting it in order, as a day lost now cannot easily bo made up; Sow nearly ovoiy kind of seeds ; continuo tho earthing-up of progressing crops, and kcop tho land as clean as possible. 'Watch woll tho growing cahbagcs and cauli flowers, and freo thom occasionally from tho aphis which usually mlest tliom. jinriy ana late variotics of potatoes may ho planted. Elower Garden, — Planting and transplant ing of trees and shrubs ought to bo finished this month, in onlcr to enable tho shrubs to becoino fairly reconciled to their new location. Bordors and edgings will need considerable attention. Carnations, pansies, daisies, petunias, &c., may now bo planted. Space should bo found for tho beautiful now varieties of bouvardias, and a good collection of heaths; crieas, opacris, dios mas, and other hard-wooded f...