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Nowra Municipal Council. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879
Kowra Mnnlcinal Council: ? Tuesday, Septejibeh 2. Pbesent:— Tlio Mayor, and' Aldermen Hyamy Gray, and. Elyard. — Tho winutos of. provious mooting wororoad and confiriiied.— After exami nation in Committee of Einanco, tho paymont of tlio' undormentionod items was agreed to : , E. Sydnoy. ±'8 15s; E. Hockey, on account fencing Nowra Common, £31 Gs ; G. Oko, ditto, £40, boing two-thirds valuo of fencing material' of ono milo, dolivored Hawkor,. delivering, rato papors, £1 10s. . , . Ulil'Ultlb,- HilU. Tho Mayor reported that Alderman John Monaghan and himsolf had ? intorviowed tho authorities, and dotailod tho- substanco of thoir roprosontations rospooting the Groonwoll Point wharf and rond loading tlioroto, tho snagging of tho Crookhavon Crook ; tho deviation at Elat Rock bridgo; tho ostablishmont of a Quarter Sossion's Court in Shoalhaven; and tho com nioncomont of the public wharf at Nowra. — Tho potition of Mr. Roborts for a culvort iu front of tho post-oflico was considored, and i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879
~$$J~ iVNTED, Sgddli 1IOBSES, strong, docile, T V andyOui%. XijSy at TiCtEiSliAMi OfTico.' /.%*/? ANTED, - a- good n/ir-sklo loading Work Y 7 ing BULljOJUOf about fivo or six yoars old;- must bo wari#»d^itnd andfqxiiet. '-'A. trial will bo required/ Apply, stating piico;, to' Mr. ALPBED EIAaED, Borrollan. - ~\%J~ ANTED to LEASE, with tlio, option of ?71 Purchase, within^ or three four milos of Boihadorry, u h'A irtl scukr 100 Acres. Must bo prottj- good laud. Apply to , ' ' JOHN STEWAltT, Auolioneor, Bronghton Creek. ^LIVNos. W I R E/1ST AILS, 3d' poi I Post Offlco Stord, '??i. ' ' 'Nowi-a.- ?-' ' ' JFor t j 1 ?( A ''DOG-CjVRT and/IARN-ESS, rioarly nbw,i Xi* arid in fir£t-fcla« /rdoTT' o ? ' ffOHN SCHADEL, ' . v Nowia. - ' i ' Cliaau'cla «fl' iGDiig-Sniid.- ? -i - T n E - - FOLlNDATiON STONE: Sr THE Stew citubch atnoIveA, WILL BE LAID ON TTSim'sday, SepteBHsber.' Piu-thoi' partioulare in- a-futeo issild. IFi'esicBk ami 9h-;i'dbcjiim CShSw. Mb, CABL IBELS, having a fow YAOAN CIlilS i...
DISTRICT NEWS Cambewarra. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879
v SMSOTIICT MW§. [niOJt OUIt COllKESl'OXDENT,] CsiiusSjewarra. ] The Cambowarra School of Arts, as advertised, was formally opened ou Tuesday Inst, by Mr. J. Itosobv, M.L.A., assisted bv othor gontlonieu in tho district. Tho hall was boautii'ully clocoratod with, flowors and ovorgrcons for tho occasion, and tho -motto, 'Advance, - Cambowarra,' vory artistically wrought in ilowoi-s, ferns, and over-., greons, occupiod a cohsxiicuous place at tho back of tho platform. llr.,- \r,. n-nt i-nf-n,! fr. (l.r, and ho, on rising, said that ho did hot oxpoct to -bo aslcod to take any important part in tlio opening coromony ; iind that lio did not think a Jliuistor; of tho -Gospel' , would bo in -'placo.. in'! taking any part in tho oponing ceremony of a placo to bo devoted to secular purposos, but that lio would accopt tho honour of chairman in tho capacity of a privato gentleman. Ho would tlieroforo call on Mr. Rosoby to address tho mooting. r' . . - Mr. Rosoby, who was favourably rocoivod, c...
Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879
CusMMBnea-cSssS IsHtoflSuireBmcv. ? r- ? * ? : ? t. Messiis. Garrad and Booth, Commission' Agents, corner .of Market and Sussox-stroots, roport as follows :— Maino, 2s Gd to 2s -7d por bushol ; oats, 3s 3d to 3s Gd por bushol; flour, £12 10.3 to i£13 10s per ton ; potatoes, Gs Od to 7s Gd-por cwt. ;- onionsj-Ss Gd to ,10s Od per owt. ; oggs, 9d to lOd por dosson ; buttor, Is to Is 3dperlb; ehoosoi 4d to Od por lb ; bacon, 4d to 6d per lb ; honey, 3d to 4dpor lb ; pigsj ulivo, 2Ad to 3il per lb ; fowls, 3s Gd to 4s -spor ?: pair j -'ducks,'- fis ; to 6s por pair; gooso,. ,7o- to 8s por .pair.; turkoys (hens), 7s to 8s perpair ; ditto (cocks)', 12s to 14s por pair; calves, 5s to £1 each ; hides,. 2d to 2-idpor lb. — Sydnoy, ;Sbptembor 1, 1879.
Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879
Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. ' August 27. — Hunter (s.), from Sydnoy .J ,, 31.— Hlawarra (s.), from Sydnoy. DEPARTURES. August 28.— Huntor (s.), 'for. Sydnoy ; .Our. Own (s.), for Sydnoy. . , . September 1. — lllawarra (s.), for Sydnoy. „ c. — x luimou ™ i--j '''J - Formosa (kotch), for Kiama. ; EXPORTS. Por lllawarra (s.), Captain Qardo, on tho 25th August, 1879. To Sydney: 41 lmgs maize, 41 pigs, G horses, 14 bags potatoes, 10 kogs buttor, 2 hags oats, 11 baskets fish, 1 bag peas, (i kangaroos, 4 bags oystors, 5 casos eggs, 3 bags bacon, 3 balos hay, 3 coops poultry, G cheeses, and sundries. To Kiama : 101 pigs. To 'Wol- longong : 9 bags maizo. Por Hunter (s.), Captain (J. Walkor, on tho 28th August, ' 1S79. To Sydnoy : 192 kegs buttor, 8S hides, 2 parcels, 27 bags bark, 25 cases oggs, 22 bags maizo, 1 caso lemons, 10 bags potatoes, 1 caso bacon, 7 bags bacon, 1 caso lord, 0 baskets fish, 0 coops poultry, 5 packages loatlior, 3 bags oysters, 1 shaft, 1 calf, 9 choos...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879
Illawai'rn Steam Mavigatiom Company. STEAMER'S TIME TABLE. Jjl B O M S II 0 A L II A Y E N, Mrtlirtay, 6 a.iiii Thursday, 8 a.m. EROM SYDNEY, ' Tncsilay and Friilay, at 11 p-ni. All meals supplied (luring tlio passages of tho Btoamors froo of chargo. Tho Steam Droghers, undor chargo of Captain ? Buchanan, aro always plying on tho ShoalhaVon llivor in Connection With tho Sydney stoauiors. , E. MANNING. ? . Kitgllsli, Scottish, anil Australian Chartered Bank. A BRANCH of this Bank is now OPEN at NOWRAj Shoalhavon, in temporary promisos, lor tho transaction of all Usual bank incr businosBi ... JOHN DOWLING, ; . . Manager. . , ??.?Sydney, 5th June, 1878. Wanted to be (inowil. 'W7~ JONES, Collilis-stroot, Kiama, has TT « Horses and Vehicles EOR HIRE. Ho is prepared to run botwoon Wollongong and UlladuUa. Also, that ho is n, cash pm'chasor of Hidos and sldns in any quantity. Mr. W. C. Kim- SOLICITOR, & e., KIAMA. D, LINDSAY DYMOCK, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, J AMBER 00. W. H...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879
b'i E T K, . MONAGHAW.-r-On tho 30th August, at her resi dence, Mayfiold, Shoalhaven, Mrs. John Monaghan, of a daughter. B E A. T IS . Ieels. — On tho 10th of June, at her residonco; M.GIadbach, Germany, C'athorina, aged 47 yoars, only daughter of tho lato John Baptist Ibols, Merchant, of Nouss, and sisfcr to Mr. Carl Ibels, of Nowra, N.S.W. ' Meeting to be 3SeM. Terrara L.O.L. Arch Purplo mooting' In Tem perance Hall, Terrara, Soptombor 0. AND SHOALHAVEN ADVERTISER. ? Published every Thursday Morniitj;. THURSDAY,' SEPTEMBER 4, 1879.
Calendar for September. MOON'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879
Calendar for September. Moon's Age. Full Moon. . ? 1st, at 5.2 a.m. Last quarter ? 9th. at 0.9 a.m. Now Moon ........ lGtli. at 4.1 p;m. Eirst quarter ..... . 23rd, at 7.24 a.m. p, - r~ — SUN——, I High water atShoal 03 Rises. Sots. I haven Hoads. ? ??? . it. jr. n. sr. I a. at.. ' r. sr. 4 . 6 17 5 42 j 10 1 10 17 6 -0 15 5 43. 10 34 10 52 0 0 14. 5 43 I 11 10 11 28 7 0 13 5 44 11 48 - — 8 0 11 5 45 12 9 12 32 9 . 0 10 5 45 12 57 1 20 ? . 10 . 6 9 5 46 I 1 57 2 32
Cable Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879
' -/.CaM© . Intelligeneci v ;;; Tlio consent of Turkey is considered nocossary I boforo readjusting tho (3rsok; frontior, .and cor-:., tain rosorvations aro mado on important .points. Gonoral Lasiareff, tho eommandor of. tho expedition against Tooko Turcomas is doad. ? Homo Bulo mombors of Parliament havo in thoir speeches engaged in most violont .lan guago, calculated to incroaso sedition. Thoir conduct was most violent, and gross attacks Woro mado against Parliament. , '
Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. TUESDAY, 6 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879
[?] f From Our 'l'clct/ruphio Correspondent. J ? ?- ? SYDNEY. ?Tuhsday, g x'.jt. ^Soccundus won' tlio Motropolinnn Stnkos;. Burjjloy second ; Stratlioarn third. WEDNESDAY, 4 I'.Jt. - ? Two young, lads llnvo committod ;s«itjido to gotlior at Adolaidoj by hangin^j- through busi ness dillicultiosi In tlio groat aquatic contcst botwoon Rush and Laycockj wliicli is to como off at tho Parramatta Uivor on Pridav noxt. Lavcock is tho favouritn in hotting, circlos; but I boliovo ltush : will bo | tho winnor. | Tho Oi E. Denominational school at Batliurst lias boon elosod, and tho childron aro now attend- I ing the Public schools.: .. . - ? .;??? Addrossos against tho spirit of tlio Pastoral continue to bo delivered in-various parts, of tho countiy. Archbishop Yaughan arrived at Wollongong yostorday aftoriioon( and proceeds to Dilpto and, Janiboroo, wlioro lio opons and confirms the now i Oliiircli. , ' , Tlio International Exhibition iiiigtirs to bo a groat succcss. Tho city is already crowd...
MR. H. DODDS IN REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879
SiRi H.-DODDS IS EfirLT.'- - -''To tho Editor of tho Km# Courier. — Sir;-r-I- was quito prepared for Mr. E. Curran's denial ofiMS'cohvorsation with mo; as appeared in your;_^. ? issuo' of tho 22nd instant'.. It savours strong ofj priostly' interfei-cncs; priestly dictatiorf, and 'priestly' writing ; and lastly,, clinched by Mr.-. Micliaol'- Conlon, who' seems to havo beoft-takerf ' nnm -mhi'n' into favour. Eortunatolv I was not tho only ono prosont during tlio convpi'sation, and as in my former lottor I stated that I' cared* not to corrofcorato Mr. Curran's statement,. I- , ^ thoroforo doclino drawing anotlior goutloman's: namo into tho matter, as I feel satisfiod that lam. ' master of tho- situation. — I am, &c;,- HenktF' I) odds. — August 22,. 1879.' Libelled with a Postal Card: — At the' District Court, yostorday _ (says Thilrsday's Evening News ), an interesting caso was hoard. It had roforonco to a libol written on a postal card by a Mr. Stokos, a shipping clork. Tho' p...
Infant Baptism, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879
Sufaut BSaiiljsBtt, «&«.- . Wis ro]?riutod'from tho-Tdss CoitWer in-ouv last1 issuo a furthor development of tho controversy on tho alleged- conduct of a Romtiiv Satholio' clergyman at Yass,- and tho follo^iig lottors1 from tho samo source givos tho opposite version of tho caso: — 'To tlio Editor of tho Jrass' Courier. — Sir, — I seo by tlio issuo of tho Ywa1 Courier of tho 19th instant, in a,, lotter signed' ' ' Homy Dodds,' that, my namo is givon as the' Catholic- fathor who dictated tho .-particulars ofr thb articlo appearing in tho Courier of tho luth' i nofniif. linudetl ' Roinalv Catholic infant bail-' tisin.— Eiinoral ritos.— The' public school.' In' this untruthful articlo, wdiich you tako' info' a- paper rood 'by-Protestants and many Catholics, I am mado to say, by' your reliable informant,. 'Henry Dbdds,' that EatherO'Kooll'o refused to-, baptise my' infant, arid rofusod to gmnt tho rites-' of Christianibm-ial,. in caso- of its death, unless I witlidrow'niy'son:fro...
RUSH AND LAYCOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879
IiUSII AND LAYCOCK, It was arranged on Priday night that a boat race, in.hosi ftndbost boats, betweon E. Laycock and it.- tPtoSi Jih/niild-ttiko placo on tho champion te?siday afternoon-, ? tho Oth of Soptombor; Tho raco will start liotwoon 4 and half-past 4 o'clock, and bo con ducted undor tho boat racing rulos of 1872, and tho stakes will bo £100 a-sido. . Tho first deposits of £25 oaoh woro placod in tho hands of Mr. N. Lockyor, arid tho balniico will hiU'O to bo paid tin tho ovoning immediately prdcoding tho ovont. Sir. T. P. Strango will plliciatd in tho clipaoity of limpivo, aiid Mr. T. Mulliall as judgo. Mr. Mulliall will bo' stationed ill fi boat oft Tlio Brothors; and tlio compotitprs will start thom solvosi Trickott has lent ono of his now English, boats,- built by Swaddlo and /VVinship, to Itush. for tlio occasion.
The Great Boat Race. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879
'telie -CU-eat ISont Bfcace. Abridged from the Ilcndd. lis Titij pont-up ausponso of tlio spectators wns W roliovod at' about ton minutes .past '1 o'clock, ' whon Trickott was ; obsorved to ombavk. 111 Lis outriggor from tlio Buttling vHousd wharf, on - Charity Point.'. Laycockwas, of courso, oxpocted to follow quickly— lio.follow.od, bnt.iiotquicMy —and Trickott wliilcd away tho tilhd by paddling amongst thb ruco steamors that ;hiy about tho ' courso.': Tiib champion looked: 111 tlio pink of condition, aii-l indulged in a smart spurt, as if to ussuro himsolf that Jus now outnggor and Bwivol rowlocks woro otivial to tlio ,prossuro.hd wns about to givo tliom. Tho clieors from tho '?'?'spectators indicated that his appoaranco gavo ? ? tliom ' satisfaction. . Laycock put-off from .tho wharf at -Rhodos, and liis big condition and rosy v ' fcoiour cr'oatod a favourablo impression with .tho bnlookors; but liis brdad ,? sculls, oight inclios ?.across; woro to somo oStdnt advorsoly commonto...
Intelligence in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879
EijieSIiyeticc as*- BBrieS'. Thirteen Roman Catholic children wero with- ! drawn from tho Public school at Coouia within tlio last fortnight. ' On Thursday last the Queensland- Assembly passed a loan voto of £100,000 for immigration i purposes. ? I Mossra. JtLugnos . and Jf roctor struclc- exconont | gold in thoir claim on tlio Black Prince lino of I reef at tho Bowman on Eriday last. Tho roof | was'discovorod four Svoolcs ago. ? .-? ? Rain has boon falling...incossantly''sinco tho dispatch of Tuosday's telegram. Tlio- anticipa- tions of tho .harvest aro- daily becoming: more gloomy. — Herald's London Telojn-am. 'Vory good returns aro boing obtained from'the Eryingpan diggings,, lioar Stawcil— 2 dwts.-to tho tin (lish. Six claims aro working rnpayablo gold. * On Thursday last, at: Ornngo, at tho Quartbi' 'AfhTrni. r.F 4-1, n I- nln,.n\ was indicted for i'orgory. Ho pleaded guilty to throo cliargos, and was sentenced to throo yoars' hard- 'labour. Sovoral loading residents spoko stro...
THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879
i ' THE CONCERT. Mr. Rosoby occupied tho chair, and said ho wa8 pleased to bo thoro and to . seo such a largo meoting. Ho thorbforo- bogged to intim'ato tliat tho first pioco on tho programmo was an instru mental duet by Miss Pattison iind Mr. Ibols, which, is might bo oxpbctedf was vory nicely e-ivon : tho next was a solo, 'Soft tho ovonino falls,' by tho company ; solo, ' Whip Poor Will,' by Miss Bonifaco, considored by somo tlio gem of tho evening, and boing loudly oncorcd, sho responded by singing anotlior pioco ; solo, 'Tho Land o' tlio Leal,' by Miss Hall ; duot, 'Thy voico is near,' by Misses Glanvillo and Lako, which was very pleasingly rondored; solo, ' Robiii Adair,' by Miss Pattisoii. I feol that I will bo understood when I say it was given in Miss PattisonV usually fino stylo; coinio song by Mr. Schadol; instriiinontal duot by Miss Colo and Mr. M'Koimio ; recitation % Mr. Morson; Mr. J. Evison sang a solo, 'Tho Homos of England'; tho company sang Jlappy itoturns ; instru...
"Twin Stars of Darkness." [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879
' Ewln Stars of JUarlcitess.'' Tiif Kiama Independent of tlio 2Gth ultimo; referring to tho vote of Mossrs. Garrett, Rosoby,; and Churlos, Ms.Pi, olv tho .inlToduction of Parliauiontaiy Powors aPd' Privileges Bill, and' tlio bill to- abolish- the- Uppor House,- says :— ' Tho Gaggirfg Bill has boon tho groat siii of tho sossiou ; and of tho Kangaroo mombors, that' woro or should havo boon present, Captain Onslow alono, as wo havo montioncd, is freo from1 -1. .. ,.v' „11 equally guilty in reference' to thb misdoeds of tho' lato session. Tho second- of thoso in mngnifcudo, according toour apjuohoiSsion, was that spcciinon1 of vindiotivonoss and absurdity, in1 -tfliicli Sir. H. Parkbs induced tho Assombly,. by moans ol a sorios of resolutions to affirm tho right ot'tlio' ministry for tho timo boiug:to swamp tho Uppor' Houso with its creatures wlieneVor that Houso should think it nocessaiy' fo'fojabt, or to modify' hi til too much irceuom,- tho Dills-winch nnghb' bo sent to it from tho A...
The Royal Agricultural Society of England. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879
Tlie ISoyal Agricultural $ocicty of England. This groat socioty, which has boon in oxistonco sinco 1839, and which during 40 yoars has novor failod in holding an annual show, has, in tho London International Show which oponod undor its auspicos 011 tho 30tli of Juno, oxcollod all its formor offorts. This groat ovont, of which a brief report appears in anotlior column, is rogardod as tho sixth International Stock Show whioh lias boon hold in tho world. Tho first was hold by tho ' Royal ' in Battorsoa in 18U2, tho socond near Paris in 18G7, tlio third in Vionna in 1873, tho fourth in Philadelphia, in 1876, tho fifth in Paris in 1878, and tho sixth as already stated at Kilburn, iioar London, in tho presont yoar. Tho socioty has gown gradually but wonderfully sinco its first show in 1839, whon it had but 20 oxhibitors of implements and 100 exhibits of livo stock, and whon a sliowyard which now would scarcoly suit ono of tho smallest districts in this colony sufficed for tlio 'Royal ' re...
MISCELLANEOUS. Unclaimed Letters. List No. 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879
lUISCEVJLAlinEOIJS. Unclaimed Letters. List No. 14. (From the Government Gazelle, August 22. J Parties applying for unclaimed lottors at tlio' Gonoral Post OllicO nro roquostcd to- give thcr correct numbor of lotter, with tho dato and num ber of tho list iu which thoy may have obsorvoil tlioir names, as such reforonco will materially facilitate delivery. Partiosin tho country male-' iiig writton applications? in addition to tho'for mor particulars, aro roquoslod to stato wliorp thoy oxpoct thoir lottors from, and any othor infoma tioii tending to provont an uimocossiwry trtttis^ inisslon of lottors. . ? snip LETTEiiSi 14 Ban-y DtlVid, Slioalhavon ; 3G :Donogau;Ptk., Milton (2) 18 lEit^bl-ald Jno: D.', Shollharboitr ' 1 Ibboit Goo., Kiama .19 Lynnm E. G. , Kiama 22 Nunn Mrs.j Greon Point , ' G O'Connor Wm., Kangaroo Vittioy (2)1 ...... OO'lixTllV- X.ETIUUS.- . 3-1 Aitkon G. 0., Shollluirbour 94 Arelior Jas., Shoalhavon 192 Bonn Miss, Shollharbour, 240 Brady Wm., Broughton Croolc: 285...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879
IiOCAIi SOTEIiMSS-EarCE. Educational. — 'Wo aro requested to draw attontion to Mr. Carl Ibels' notice, intimating that ho has opened classes for the teaching of languagos, and that a few moro pupils will bo rocoivod.' 'Wo -wish Mr. Ibols and his -pupils 'suc cess in their now undertaking. ; .'? ? Quaiiter Sessions Couht. — At tho mooting of the Nowra Municipal Council, on Tuesday last, the Mayor stated that Alderman' John Monaghan and himself had learned from tho Minister of Justice that tho Attorney- General had decided adverse to tho ostablishmont of a' insufficient accommodation there for the purpose. Nowra 'Wharf. — On tho subject of a public ?wharf for Nowra, tho Mayor intimated at tho Council meeting on Tuesday night, that the Minister for 'Works lias agreed that it would bo inexpedient to construct tho public -wharf at. Nowra abovo tho site of tho'bridgc, and that stops ?would shortly bo takon for its construction at a suitable place on tho southern bank of tile river below t...