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Meat-Preserving. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879
Meat-Preserving. I A new method of meat-preserving has como undor our notice. It is tho invention of Mr. | Edward Naylor, who has secured a patout for it for tho poriod of fourtoon yoars, and tho process is as follows : — Tho meat, which is first cut into joints that can bo cut to any si?o, is oitlior boiled, roasted, or steamed, for thopurposo of ejecting tho oxygen, coagula tion, tho albumen, and closing tho jiores of tho meat. Tlio joints aro then sorted and closely packed in wooden casos capablo of holding 3 or 4 cwt., a small spaco being loft botwoon tho sidos of tho caso and tho meat, wiro boing used to raiso tho moat from tho bottom of tho caso. Stoarino or fat from which tho olein has been oxtractod is pro duced by first purifying tallow by steam, and then submitting it to hydraulic prossuro for tho purposo of extracting tho 25 por cont. of oleino contained in tho tallow ; tho remainder, which is stearino with margarmo, is an almost tastoless and inodorous substanco which pr...
The Circulation of the Bible. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879
Tlie Circulation of tlie Bible. The ' Printing Times ' publishes some interesting statistics respecting tho circula tion of the Bible during the present cen tury. The British and Foreign Society is far in advance of any other existing institu tion of tho kind as regard tho number of copies issued. It was founded in 1804, and, according to the statement referred to, has circulated upwards of 82,000,000 volumes. The American Society, instituted some 13 years later, has attained a circulation of nearly 35,000,000. No others in existance at all approach these two organisations in respect of the magnitude of their operations. AJ1 the German societies together have issued 8,500,000, the Swiss societies nearly 2,000,000, the French upwards of 1,600,000, the societies tin the Netherlands something over 1,287,000. The Hibernian society, which is nearly as old as the British and Foreign, has issued in the course of its existence about 4,189,000 Bibles. The Bible Translation .Society, establis...
MISCELLANEOUS. The Kelly Expedition. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879
MISCEliIiAIVEOlJS. Tlie Kelly Expedition. Latest information from Load-quarters, from which it will be seen that every endeavour is being made to capture the notorious band ? August 1st. — Fishing all day. — Good bites. No sign of Kellys. 'Weather, cold. August 2nd. — Earning. Played poker all day; lost fourpence. Did not leave the camp. Kellys quiet. August 3rd. — Had breakfast late this morning. Did. not think it worth while going out, so went to bed again. No news of Kellys. 'Weather, foggy. August 4th. — Set out this morning, with black trackers. Bode nearly lialf-a-mile. Came on to rain,- so turned back. No sign of Kollys. August 5th.— Started again tliis morning. Spent whole day looking for Kellys. Did not find them. Feel disappointed. 'Weather, mild. August 6th. — Black tracker ran into camp breathless ibis morning. . Said ho had hoard the reports of pistols. Excitement. 'We set out. Night : Just returned. Met a shepherd practising with a toy gun and caps. 'Weather, disgustin...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879
Though the discussion of political and social questions, however interesting or important, is not intrinsically a duty or function of a newspaper which, in tho obvious meaning of , that title, is but tho vehicle for intelligence regarding the current events of tho day, yot that function has been so generally assumed by newspapers — that is, by their conductors, . — and its exercise is in consequence so usually . looked for by readers, that the failure to express an. opinion, and in no uncortain tone, upon every current topic of importance, is of itself almost sufficient to consign to con tempt any newspaper which habitually adopts such a course, though many such may, from a combination of causes, continue to exist, and even commercially to flourish. There can be no doubt as to what has been since the prorogation of parliament the prin cipal topic of conversation and discussion ; and that topic is one which journals of the character above mentioned, as well as many cautious politicia...
POETRY. IN MEMORIAM. On the Death of My two Sisters. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879
:7: ''p O B T « Y. IN MEMOKIAM. On the Death of My two Sisters. I DAIvfi not think upon tho past — twould bring The forms of thom I loved, tho beautiful ; Reft by death's ruthless hand in early spring, Ero beauty's buds had blossom'd to tlio full ; Sad was thou' fnte beneath the dark dark wave, My sistors fair — both mot a watory grave. Ahis! 'tis sad, when all is lovo.'andliglit, Ero yot a cloud had dim'd lifo's.oarly yoars, To lose thoso fairy forms, which to bur sight Oft' ohopred our pilgrimago of caros and tears ; Such loss was mino, and now my heartfelt griof Sooks in sad verso of song to gather short reliof. Yot it woro hotter perhaps o'on thus to part ; For who could livo, and soo lifo's cliorished flower,— , Tho flowor that wound its tendrils round our hoart, — To slowly fado, and sadly hour by hour _ All- ling'ring palo, on couch of sickness laid, As droops tho stricken door, boneath tho_ grcon sward orlade. Then why should I in anguish sad ropino, For God's docroos aro ov...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879
liOCASi laflTEMiIG-EjSrCE. I Ekuatum. — In a paragraph on tho subjoct of tho Kangaroo Valloy Bridgo, in last lino read ' introduction of tho pile,' instoad of tho word 'drill.' Warden's Couut. — It is notified in our adver tising columns that a Wardon's Court will bo hold at Nowra on Thursday, tho 4th Soptombor proximo. Wesieyajt. — Wo undorstand tho anniversary colouration at tlio Torrara wesLoyan uiiuren, which was procooding as wo wont to press, was vory succossful. A notico of it will appear in our next. Mit. Wilmot's Visit. — Wo hog to diroct tho attontion of thoso intorostcd, to Mr. Wilmot's notico. Through press of ongagomonts at Milton, ho cannot bo horo boforo tho 4th proximo. Camuewaiiua School of Auts. — Wo under stand that this building which has boon com pleted, was formally opened on Tuesday last, but at tho present writing, wo aro not in a position to mako further reference to tho day portion of tho opening celebration. In this instanco wo woro denied tho usual courto...
Shoalhaven Police Court. MONDAY, AUGUST 25. (Before B. Brown, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879
. Slioalhavcn Police Court. ' Monday, August 25. - I (Boforo B. Brown, Esq.,' J.P.) James Sinclair, on bail, was charged with having, at Torrara, on Sunnay night, mado: usoof insulting languago, calculated to cause a broach of tho poaco, and was finod 2s Cd. Pino paid. ' ? . . John Greany, in custody, was charged with having, at Torrara, on tho previous night, mado use of lanjruaeo, likolv to causo a broach of tho poaco, and was fined 2s 6d, which was paid. Prom the statemoat of Constable; Morris it appeared that tho above offondors wore having an altercation on the main street ol Torrara, on Sunday night wliori tho churches woro disporsmg, and refusing to go to homo, woro lockod up.
Shoalhaven Skipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879
Shonlhiivcii Skipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. : August 20. — Illawarra (s.). from Syilnoy. ,, 23. — Our Own (s.), from Sydnoy: Illawarra (a.), from Sydnoy ; Mary Ann (kotch) from Sydney. DEPARTURES. August 21 — Illawtirra (s.), for Sydnoy; Our Own (6.), for Sydnoy, August 25. — Illawarra (s.), for Sydnoy. EXPORTS. Por Illawarra (s.), Captain Gardo, on tho 18th August, 1879. To Sydnoy: 55 bags potatoes, 27 kegs buttor, 14 eases eggs, 0 packages leathor, 6 cases lionoy, 3 hags oysters, 2 co&ps poultry, 3 hags hacon, 3 haskots fish, 2 hags bags, 2 haskots sundries, and sundries. To Kiama: 90 hags maize, 2 horsos. To Wollon gong : 41 hags maize. Por Illawaira (s.), Captain Gardo, on tho 21st August, 1879. To Sydnoy: 175 kegs huttor, 95 hags maise, 28 pigs, 23 cases oggs, 27 bags potatoes, 12 pioces cedar, 4G hugs hark, 7 chooses, 4 calvos, 19 Dags bacon, 8 coops poultry, 3 hags oystors, 4 paokagos leather, 1 hag oranges, 3 haskots fish, 1 kog tallow, 3 cases sundries, and sundri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879
Illawarra Stcnm Navigation Coinicaiiy. STEAMER'S TIME TA1SLE. jP R 0 M S H O A L H A V 33 N, Jloiulny, -5 a.m. Thursday, 8 a.m. ? MIOM SYDNEY, Tuesday and Friday, lit 11 p.m. All mollis supplied (luring tho passages of tho stoamors froo of cliargo. Tho StoauvDrogliors, imdorchnrgo of Captain. Buchanan/ ais always plying, on' tho Slioalliavon llivor in corinuotioir 'with 'tlio Sydnoy stoainors. 13. MANNING.' . Kiiglisli, iHcoitisIi, and jliistralitiu j ' Chartered llank. 1^' A BRANCH of this Bank is now OPEN at r\ NOWRA, Slioalliavon, in temporary promises, for tlio transaction of all usual bank ' uig business.' : -. JOHN DOWLING, Managor. Sydnoy, 5th Juno, 187S. Wanted (o 8)« Hiiown. WJONES, Collins-strcot, Kiama; lias ? Horsos and Voliiolos POR HIRE: IIo is prepared to run botweon Wollongong and UllniiulUu - Also, tliat lio is a cash, purcliasor of Hidos and skins in any quantity. Mr. W. C. KING, SOLICITOR, lc, ? KIAMA. D. IIHBSAY DYMOCK, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, J AMBER 00...
Calendar for August.—Sept. MOON'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879
Calendar for August.— Sept. Moon's Age. ' I Pull Moon. ...... . 2nd, at 5.17 p.m. Last quarter . . . . .-. .. I0th,,at.l2.13 p.m. Now Moon 18th; at 6.15 a.m. , Eirst quarter.. 25th, at. 1.16 a.m. ? Sj1 : : r. — -Sun — y I High wator atShoal ~ ? ? Rises.- Sots.: I ? ?haven Heads. : It, M. - VH.-'Mi'-l : A. M. ' P. M. . 28 6 26 3 37 ? 5 17 5'53 . 29 6!'52 5 38 6 24 6 50 30 6 23' 5 39 7 13 7 34 , 31 6 22 5 39 7 53' 8 10 ? . ?'. '.'-1 ?: 6 21 5 40 8 27 8 43 2 6 19 5.41 . 8 59 9 15 3 6 18 5 41 1 9 30 9 45
Gardeners' Calendar. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879
Gardeners' Calendar. SEPTEMBER. It is generally ono of tho most onjoyablo months of the year, and gardening operations of all kinds can ho carried on with pleasure. Sowing largely of nearly ovory varioty of vogetablo, Frenchboans, lettuce, cabbagos, turnips, brocoli, peas, radishes, parsley, &c., may ho porformod. Cabbages, celery, &«;, may bo planted. A main crop of onions early in tho month may bo sown in long narrow beds, on woll manured soil. Sow the seed m drills, covering it as lightly as pos sible with earth (this direction applios to many kinds of seod). Cauliflower and cabbago scod should he sown on several occasions, both in this and tho preceding month, so as to guard against failure, and to secure n good supply of healthy plants. Tho ground choson for tho bods should ho the host, naturally or artificially, that can bo had or made ; tho plants should ho most carefully tended and watored ; and if tho woathor should provo unusually warm, a shading of . bough...
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879
. : * BIliscell!ine«HS.- .???.????-? Tiie Huntor Rivor Stoum Navigation Company ;l proposo a dividend of 5 por ccnt. por annum. ^ -I A.horriblo'innnlor - is. mppoBod to havo - boon.: committed at Wagga Wagga. :, The body of iv man whose nanio is yot unknown, was found. in a inulo stato] and ; . lioadloss, ; buried ? in . a gravel pit. . Buttor, Is 3d for primo; maizo, 2s 4d to 2s I 7d ; Circular Head' potatoos, firm at £6 153 to i £7. '' ? Falmouth is now mado an equal favourite with Nolly for the Dorby. .; Courtnay is scratched for. tho Derby 'and Metropolitan. ? , The San Francisco mail; via Auckland, aii'ivod-l this morning. ) - The ship John Duthio, 90 days i out, was spoken oif Cupo Ofcway this morning.- -i
The Champion Sculling Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879
The ciilmuiiun Sculling Miiteli. Tim intorost ill tho forthcoming sculling match botwoon Triektttt and Laycock is taking up tho earnest attontion of boating men and hotting inon, and oxtoijids its interest vory largely with tho gonoral puplic. It is difficult to got much roliablo information regarding tlio doings of oitlior of tho Iscullers, ns both sides aro doing thoir host to kelep dark tho doings of tlio mon, in ordor, if possible, to sway tho hotting market. Both mon will irow with tho old-fashioned fixod rowlocks. Layfcock has finally discarded tho . swivels for tho ]|irosoiit, as lio Says ho could not mako no butter! timo with thom. Trickott has not yot tried tho innovation. Laycock has had jJroad-bladed sclills in use, and appears resolved i^lipou rowing tljiem in tho raco.' On Saturday morning a splonldid piece of rowing took placo botweon Trickeip and M. Rush. Tho 'morning was fino with a iiaint north-east wind, and aftor sculling quiotly lip abov6 ' Rydo tho moii stai'tod...
Intelligence in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879
Intelligence in Brier, It has' transpired that the ' revolver ' used by tho Laucofiold bank robbers was a inoorchauin. pipo-caso ! ! ! Miss Jooy Gougcnhoim of Chiniquy contro versy notonoty, is now starring it at Brishano, ' Queensland. Tho Piirliamrntr of Now South Woles has hoon farthor prorogued: to Tuosday, tho 23rd Soptom bor. Tho nomination forMorpoth is fixed for Tues day, 2Gth instant, and tho polling day for Thurs day, 28th instant. Messrs. Fairfax, of tho Sydney Morning Herald, havo promised £3000 to tho: ondowmont fund of Camdon Collogov Sinco tho issuo of tlio Pastoral thoro has boon an increase of six in tho attondanco of Bomunt Catholic childron at tho Public school at Cooma. Mr. Walmsloy, of Kiama, has grown a parsnip 17-A inchos in circumforoneo, and 9 iuchos long, and a bcotroot 28 inchos in circumforonco. Trickott was ready to accopt tho challenge of Hanlon, tho Canadian champion, last week, hut Hanlon's backers failod to appear. At tlio Catholic Church, Tuuiut, on...