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On the Panama Railroad. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 March 1879

«« the Panama. S'i«Urosi-li A-Tiiir ovor tlie Pahania railroad gives 0110 an excellent idoa of the tropics, -and as it is a very leisurely journoy the traveller can observe at his ease. Indeed, tke first time I el'ossed it we rail off the lino, but in sucli a qlliot sedate feort of way t.liltt avo wore not conscious of tlio fact until tho conductor requested us to alight wliDo lie procured mon and crowbars to raise the errant cars 011 tv) tho right way again: Wo werothon not far Irom Pdraiso. Oil ovory sido was donso tropical forest, with paths along which tall soiilbro-'looking Indians wero' journeying, machete in liaud, to their airy huts, wliieh we could soo oil a littlo eitvunna beyond. Oil ovory sido of the line g-i'otf- a cslrpot of tile sensitive plant (mimosa), which folded uj) bohind and ahertd of .us as wo walked alaug. Tho sun went down, and the heat of the day was oxchanged for tho coinpuratiVo coolness of tlio ovoning... ' At Paraiso a fandango, 01'. Spanish dance was g...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Intelligence in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 March 1879

Intelligence I11 Ilrlef. 'Drink and CimtE.'— This is the titlo-ofa lotter ill tho S. Jir. Iferahl of the, 27th ultimo, from tho pon of Judgo M'Farhmd, in whioh'ho shows that tlio aphorism, ' Drink is- tho iparont of oriine ' was remarkably vorifiod by six causos tried boforo him at tho last Quarter.' Sossions at Wollongong. DuniNa thirty days sovontoon whalors 'havo1 arrivod in San Francisco froin'tho;North,vbring ing 7700 barrels of oil, 00,800 . lbs. whalobono,' and 28,000 lbs. of ivory. Tlio 'catch is unusually ; light. ' - ' ;Sih G. F. Bowijn, lato Govornor of Victoria, took his dojMirturo from .- 'Molhourno en route for. Maritius 011 tlio 22nd ' ultimo,': and tlio now Govornor. Lord . Norinanbjv toolc;tho;ouths. of i ollico on tho 2(ith ultimo. At an influontial mooting hold-in, Sydnoydast weok. it was decided, to givo tlioMayor a return baii(|iiot on tho arrival , of tlio. now Govornor, Lord Lol'tus. : Tho iirospoctns of, a Girls Collogo lias boon_ issuod in 'AVestorii ? Austr...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Russian Court Intrigue. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 March 1879

Hnssi«iiX'«-urt intrigue, - -/--. J A letter from St. Petersburg in tho 'Ham- burg Correspondent '! says that in no stato is thoro so much intriguo in the' 3iitourago of the sovereign as in Euseia. :^Tho'leading 1 motives of this conflict of intrigue are partly | personal, but tliey are: mainly duo to the 1 sharp antagonism between tho friends of tho culturo of 'Western Europe on the one- hand' and tho old llussians and Panslavists on tile' other. Tuo Emperor's personal sympathies aro on the whole with tho formor party ; while tho Czarewitch strongly advocates the viows of tho latter, and occasionally succoodo in inducing his father — who is more sicklyt norvous, and impressionable than ever— to adopt tliom. A11 oven moro important sup porter of tho Panslavists is Prince Gortsclia lcoff, who, like Goethe's magician, finds tho spirits I10 has evoked too strong .for him. Tlio chancellor has, since the beginning of tho Eastern troubles, mado so much uso of tho influence and propaganda ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Capture of the Hatfield Bushrangers. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 March 1879

Qjapturc of the llittfield Bnsliraugcrii. I A' telegram from tho Herald's Balranald coi- '-'respondent on February 27th, says: — Whon information was rocoivod 011 Sunday morning about tho Hatfield bushrangers, first-class con stable Bercsford, constablo Power, and spocial consfablo Day startod out, and ovortook tho bushrangers riftov riding 180 miles, from 9 a.m. on Sunday till 7 p.m. on Monday. Tho con stables procured a black trackor from Olaro and ran tho mou's traolts to Ifilfora Btation. Mr. Casoy, J.P., manngor of lCilfera station, supplied tho liolico with tho host horses 011 tho station, and startod with tho liolico to Four-mile Dam, whoro thoy enmo on tho gang campcd and pro paring snppor near two small tvoos on tho edgo of a lignum scrub, 'i'lio bushrangers ordorod tho polico to bail up, tho lattor answering by calling 011 tliom to surrender in tho Quoon's 1 liamo. Tho gang fired twico at tho police without. effect, and tho polico promptly returned tlio liro. constablo Pow...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stanley's Impressi[?]s of While Men. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 March 1879

Stanley's of White Milt. Mu. StakH-Iy, in his b'd'ok ' Thi'ough the Dark Continent,' graphically doscribestlio impressioils ?produced iljjon him by tho first sight of Euro pean faces lifter his long journoy in tlio intormr t)f Africa. On tho Otli of Ahgust, 1S77. tho Oiintli day from tlio iiilte of his departure from Zanzibar) lie was Wot by the Eui'opdan fdsidonts of Boma, it factory noiU1 thd nioilth df thd rivor, Whoso timely assistance llitd pi'o.sorved his expe dition from disaster whdn -within IV short liistanco of tho desit-ed goal. ' Viro lilld gradil'iiily de scended (sityshe) some five hundred feet along declining spill's wiieil Wo saw a seiittcrdd Striiig of hannnocfes appearing, and gleanls of stai'tling wliitonoss, Sitcli as wore given by ilno liudil and twills. A biissis of wonder ran along our coiiimn. Procoading a littlo further v\'o stojiptjd, and in a short tipio- I .was filco to fiifid iritli four White — ay, truly AVhite nldn ! As I lookdd iilto their faces, I bh...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Word on the Husband's Side. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 March 1879

,A Word on the HuHbiind'sj Side. J ' AXTE.vriojf, ? ladies !' Do you ' never' think whon your husband comeo liomo at noon or night, that ho may havo boon subjected to tilings that- liavo annoyod anil (listarbod him, and which lmvo jarred upon his norves tuitil ho is coinplotoly unstrung ? Ho doos not topWit his trials to you, boo.auso ho thinks that sinco you cannot 'roliovo him of thoiii, thoro is no need to disturb 'you with tliom. Whilo it is woll fot : liuslmnfla to givo thoir wives a knowledge of : thoir business, still it is not at all nOcossdry that, thoy should ho troubled with tho kittle cards aiut j annoyances w'luch aro of daily, almost hourly i ?occul'l'diicds 'in abusjindsslifo; (thdl-o is 110 ond , oxetftpt. Dear Vivos, whon you 'hiivd :Wl ail ; uniisually trying (lay, ono ill which '' ovtitj thing ; hlis'gouo wrong,' as is otton tlio -case, dofi't tlio miriti'to your husband opens tho door, bogin td pout out your 'gtnovandos i-i suoh a torrdrit that ho will wish ho ha...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 March 1879

A universal panacea is almost Hiiro to bo a universal imposition, that charlatanism, blatunt rb is its trumpet, ennnot blow into acceptability ortepnto. Tlioso. specifics that assume to curt) ovorything euro nothing, and henco it is that . Udolpho AVoJfe's Schiodain Aroniatifi Sohnap|)& -. is only ft powerful sofogimrd againstgdut, gravol, flatiileftdy, dyspop'sia, wliotlior chronic ov uoulo, , norvous dobility, iiiiimvy 6r renal obstructions, ^ torpid liver, . stagnant conditio^ of tho bloody , : mal-assiniila'tion of, fdod, vital- oxhauotion, aud , similar aftoctions.---ADV. ? ? - Dew of tue A.l,ts— Thd tonidluid vitalwing,,.- ; proportios of f this ligroeablo . vogotablo -Hpocifio i , havobebn fuUy tostod in all tho various olnnatos . i - :? df Austrftllisia; and tlio univorsal. opinion of our , pooplo sddiiis to bo tlilit it js -tho findst tonio, tlio - , toostroUuhlorostorativdj andthosurostpi'ovoiitivd ; d£ all opiddiiiio aud'oiidomic ilisoasesthathasovor: Yoa.chdd us....

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Late Mr. Mackenzie of Ardross and Dundonnell. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 March 1879

The Late Mr. Mackenzie of Ardross and Dundonnell.   The following extract from a Ross Shire journal, 'referring to the late Dr. M'Kenzie, who was so long and favourably known in Shoalhaven and the South Coast districts, will be read with interest :— " The other week there passed away from among us a man remarkable in many respects, and who deserves in these columns more than the passing notice of our obituary. Mr. Kenneth M'Kenzie of Ardross and Dundonnell, was born in the year 1806, so that at his death on the 12th inst., he was in his 73rd year. He was the second son of the late Mr. Murdo Mackenzie of Ardross and Dundonnell, the oldest son being the late Mr. Hugh Mackenzie, who died in 1869. As a younger son, Mr. Mackenzie was destined for the profession of medicine, and graduated at Edinburgh, then in its palmy days as a medical school, where he obtained the degree of doctor of medicine as well as that of a licentiate of the     Royal Colleg...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Additional Mail News. VIA SAN FRANCISCO. Auckland, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879

Adilitiomil Dlail Ncwb, ? Via Sax I^hanoisco. , _ ' | ' ' . Auokland, March 14. i : ; Tlio following aro ; additionabsitoms, of Euro pean news : — - v- _ ,r,. = *' ' jt* On assumingitlio roins ofjgovornmont.Yakoob JClian wi'oteT doelaring. Mb, determination .to dofeud Cabul to tlio utmost. , Wnli Mivliommed arrived at J ullabad Booking .Britisli'supiiort in furthoranco of liis claims, to tho throne. Tlio health of tlio British troops in tho Afghan istan oxpoditdon continues good. ? Tlio hiirvost prospects in Jlndia aro vory good. A serious famino having broken out in uppor Egypt, half of tho inhabitants aro perishing fiom starvation. * Tbo accounts rocoivod of tlio plaguo in Southern Russia aro vory distressing. , In tho IIouso of Commons Sir Stafford North- ' coto repudiated tho rumoured appointment of the Dulco of Connaught as Viceroy of Ireland. Tho Amorican oxplorer Stanley has started on another African expedition. A hordo of Arabs attacked a travelling caravan, killing 000...<...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENGLISH NEWS. St. Petersburg, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879

.ESaMSlt'.WJJWS. ? '? {From the licrald.) - St. Petersburg, March 12. The Russian Govornmont lias issuod a eu'cular note to the other European Powers, pointing out that tlioro aro certain questions still undoeidod by tho -Troaty of Berlin, and that an absonco of any -understanding rolating tlioroto may load to local disturbances in tho i'uturo. Mni-fli 1S ? Two soerot printing prosijos havo boon dis covoved -horo, and Beyond arrests havo boon mado, Posth, March 12. : Tlio town of Iraidin has boon com])lotoly iuun-.' dated. Tlioro was a groat' loss of lito, and thousands -woro rondoroa homoless. Lator advicos announco that tho oalamity which lias ovortakon Izzidin is moro disastrous than was at first'supposod. TJio town is uttorly dostroyod, and the mortality is appalling. Tho Orphanago was laid in ruins;' burying tho inmates - 1 . London, March 14. A despatch from tho Marquis .of Salisbury, datod 2Gth Eobruary, states that tho - action- of Russian ofUcials in rospoct to Bulgaria; an...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. Wellington, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879

NEW ZEALAND. * TBy Oaums.! ? Wollingloa, Marehl-1, ? A largo mooting of lung nativos nvill bo liold^ 'irtt tho Waikato,.on tho 18tli instant. Sir Goorgo (ftixiy uuul JVlr. , Simohon .will.attond. ? J

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Perth, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879

;? WESTERN - AUSTEAiLIA. ^ ' , Perth, Blarch 14. 'Thoro i have,? boon 'heavy -: fllmndorstorins land' rrainfalls ?; in - tlio' north- wost, and on tlio 24tli .January tlio nortli- west coast was -visitad^by a: hurricane'. - Tlio .Rosette 'Coasting schooner, from : Ereeinautlo, is in all probability lost, with nine- j itoon souls, off Corbusmo Eivor. i

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRISBANE. March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879

BEISBANE. March 14. Tho: JJrainage tUonloreneoi hero ^ ueoidedrthat 'drains : shouldibo; constructed 'to carry oil water, ; :aiul that tlio earth-closet BystomBliould bo-made fcompulsory^tlirougliout tho city, f Thoy- also urge mpon tho Corporation vtho - immediate .nccossity Jfor a general systom of drainag# -.for.' iJioioitj^. : :-

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879

The action taken by the Municipal Council of Nowra in initiating a movement for obtaining from the general revonue ' from time to time,' supplementary grants for tlio maintenance of the free libraries in -n state of , adequate utility, furnishes an example ?which, we liope to see generally followed. We have not been connected witli the dis trict long enough to know particularly to what member of tho Council, past or present, or to what onergetie outsiders, the original establishment of the librae, or the present movomont for its extonsion, may bo spocially due. Such movements in similar circum stances usually aro duo to a ' vory.' small numbor of persons, frequently to a singlo energetic individual, within or without tlio j official circle, who may havo spent an indofi- | nito amount of effort in endoavouring to illustrate that which should bo. self-evident, before making a single proselyte. Pooplo go, one to his farm, and another to his merchandise; and it is a real difficulty to o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE. March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879

MELBOUENE. Maroli 14. v His Excellency. tlio; Governor, minims speech; at, 'Tjimcofieia, gave' tho farmers some good advice, - sind oxpressed -his ? opinion - tliat - the ? seionco of' .agriculture might bo taught. i -. j'Tho Band aiid:' Albion ' Claiuir; at - Ballarat. iobtainodv'79 ioz^ Jrom- lOO ions iof stono,' takon ! thorn tho no w aluut.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879

Ii©CAI, IKTESjM&amp;EKCE.' j Inspector of Nuisance for Numba. — Con- stablo Morris, of Torrara, has boon duly appointed Inspector of Nuisance for the Muni cipal District of Nowra. Public School Inspections. — Mr. 0'Byrno, Inspector undor tho Council of Education, is ai prosont conducting tho regular inspections of tho schools in tho district, at prosont in tho . Goul burn Inspectorate. .Ho hasoxnminod thols.au- I garoo Yalloy and neighbouring schools, and on Eriday last examined. tlio Public school at Cam bowarra. On Monday tho Nowra Public school was inspected, with good results, and on Tuosday tho schools at Torrara and Numba, . During tho remainder of tho weok tho remaining schools will bo visited, after which tho Inspector will procood south to Jorvis Bay. J lilt on. &amp;o. 'ITooussing.' — Concludmga reviowof Judgo M'Parland's Lottor on ' Drink and Crimo,' tho Ulladulla &amp; Milton Tim es of tho 14th inst., says : — ' Wo .wero particularly clad to nonco Judsre Macf...

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ALBURY. March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879

AliBUHY. March 13. Tlio railway contractors: complain strongly. of 'tlioir ; work being 'impeded. -Tlio Government i ?. -will not sonfl an .ongineor to: sot out ; tlio :worlc, ? and.if there is much moro delay it will lie impos- ? -siblo :to complete ?: the line in-timo for' tlie.Exhi- ^ Tbitioni ' Letters havo ' remained for weeks .un .answercd. '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879

A pretty faithfuFindox of tho ntato of tho stomaoh and livor is tho condition of tho skin, Tho most prominont causo of shallowness aroindi gostion and biUiousnoss. Kidnoy disoasos, oIogo confinement and poverty of tho blood all tond to rob tho chcok of tho ruddy glow of hoalth. To regain lost colour and what is muoh moro import ant, to romoro tho causos of discoloration and wanonossof visago, ohookirrogularitios and forti lizo tho blood with Udoldho Wolfo's Sohiodam Aromatio Solinapps. — Adv. Holloway's Pills. — Invalids distraotod by indigostion and discouragod in thoir search for its remedy should mako trial of this novor- failing medicino. A lady , long a martyr to dyspeptic tor tures, writes that Holloway's Pills mado hor feel as if a burden had boon takon off hor. Hor spirits, formerly low, liavo greatly improved ; hor capri cious appotito has givon placo to healthy hunger, , hor dull, sick headacho lias departed, and gradu ally so marvellous a chiingo has boon afl'octod, that ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shoalhaven Court of Requests. NOWRA, TUESDAY, MARCH 18. (BEFORE their "Worships, B. Brown, A. Elyard, H. G. Morton, and J. Monaghan, Esqs.) A. De Mestre v. J. Goodsell. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879

glioalliiiven Court Mi' BlejuiestH. Nowra, Tuesday, March 18. (Before their Worships, B. Brown, A. Elyard, H. G. Morton, anil J. Monaghan, Esqs.) ' A. Do Mostro v. J. Goodsoll. 1 In this caso plaintiff, who \if tlio proprietor of a sawmill at Torrara, suod to recover tlio sum of £1 to cover cost of removing a log which defen dant's son had placed improperly across way to the' 'skids' of tho mill contrary to agreement and to verbal instructions. Defence not indebted. - Mr. Richards appeared for the plaintiff. ? A' ? In plain tifi's case tho ovidonco woijjt to show that defendant's son, a youth about li.yeaj'teof ago, was on a day named drawing tiinbor t--Siio ! mill, and that lio laid a large log of hardwood.^ | across tlio road to tho mill so as to provontivl ingress to it by another person (Lamond) whom 1 plaintiff had engaged to draw timber so as to oxpeditito the execution of a largo order of tim-; bor. Tho tiinbor drawn by defendant was not required as soon as that drawn by' Lai...

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ADELONG. March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879

ADELONGr. March 13. ? A miner engaged in the ExtondedGold Min-: 5ng Company's chiim was preparing the fuse for, placing on tiio'cap? when lie thought lio observed' ?somo dirt insido tho cap. 1 Ho took a -pin to pickj it out when tho charge. oxploded; . taking off. tlio ; {finger and tlinmb of his right hand, and lacor-. mating one finger of tho loft liand. ? A, portion of -i (tho cap tairied itself : in his forehead. t Tlio suf fororis improving under the care .* of. Dr. n Kennedy.

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