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Australian Gold-fields.—Deep Leads. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 September 1879

Australian ©old-fields.— Deep Xeads. We clip the following article from tho 1 Sydney Mail,' being No. X of tho Eov'.' J. E. Tenison-Woods' contributions oil ' The Wonders of Nature in Australia ' : — j At the conclusion of my last letter I men tioned the ' deep leads,' as thoy aro called, of the Australian gold-flelcls. These roquiro some explanation, as they are amongat-tlio most interesting natural curiositiflS-'O? Our continent, and interesting teoi'bdcauso of their importance to our mineral wealth. When gold was first discovered it was obtained by digging through 'tho alluvial soil on to tho bed rock, whore it lay in rounded masses, either in pipe-clay or amidst water-worn pobblos. It was soon found that it did not occur indiscriminately all ovor the , ground, but in cortain well-defined grooves or channels. Theso wero sometimes visible on tho surface, and the gold occurred either in the beds of streams or upon tho banks, and generally it was looked for in tho gullies and valley...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. A "Yankee" on Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 September 1879

MISCEliSiAMTEOUS. A 'Yankee' on Sydney. Tiie ' Sydney Morning Herald ' remarks : — As Sydney has invited all the world to como and seo her at tho approaching Exhibition, she must make up her mind to a large amount of criticism from lior visitors,' and not all in lier favour. If it be true and lionest, the sharper tho criticism is the better, for we have faults that need correct ing, and such as a stranger's eye must t-e quick to perceive. As -might bo expected, our American cousins, are early in the field, and in the ' Chicago Times ' of May 31, there is an article on Australian affairs, dated May , 20, which is, in its way, something of a curiosity. It occupies two columns of our contemporay's space, and the paragraphs have the sensational headings in capitals, for which Amorician' newspapers are distin ? guished. The writer says he came by the ' Zealandia, from San Francisco,' and on a entering Sydney Heads was utterly disap pointed 1 with the much-praised scenery. -His words — 'T...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 September 1879

'TTTT' ANTED, a good noar-sido leading Work T T ing BlHiLOCK',*hrf(it fivo or six yoars old ; must bo wan'antojnvuwd 'and quiot. A trial will bo required. A/ply, stating prico, to Mi-. ALFRED ELYARD; Borrollan. 'TTT' ANTED to LEASE, with tho option of. Y V Purchaso, within or three four milos of Bomadorry, a FARM, 50 ifrTOO Acios. Must bo protty good land. Mrfl yto JOHN, STEWART, : - Auctioneer, Broughton Creok. ALL Nos. WIRE NAIL'S, 3d poi ll-' -/ ^'37 GREEN,' ? ^ V ; Post Office Storo, ;? ' '. ?' y '!?''' J Nowra. - '., i^or. Sale, ' .' A DOG-CART auftHARNESS, noarly now, ? and in first-cln^mflOr. JOHN SCHADEL, ' ? . : J Nowra. . ?' for'Snlo^ ' j^WEDE TURNIPS, 4t| /^iag. Apply to JAMES lioNAGHAN, . , r. Groonhills. French and toiuan Class. Mr. CARL IBELS, having a fow YAOAN- . - OIES in his reco)/ly- oponed FRENCH and GERMAN CLASSly . prepared to tako a limited number of pupi®' myoitlior. Intending Pupils aro requested to bMit Mr. Tbols' Rosi donco not lator than 6 p.m. on TUESDAY...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 September 1879

CoaaiBMea-elssH EnteSligeBice. Messrs. Garrad and Booth, Commission Agents, corncr of Market and Sussox-stroots, roport as follows: — Maize, 2s Gd to 2s 7d por bushol; oats, 3s 3d to 3s Gd por bushol ; flour, £12 10s to £13 10s por ton ; potatoes, (is 0d to 7s 6d por cwt. ; onions, 10s Gd to 12s Gd per cwt. ; eggs, 9d to lid per dozon ; buttor, 9d to Is 3d por lb ; chocso, 4d to Gd por lb ; bacon, 4d to Gd por lb ; honey, 3d to 4d por lb; pigs, alivo, 3d to 4(1 por lb; fowls, 4s Gd to 5s por pair; ducks, 5s Gd to 6s por pair; goose, 7s to 8s por pair; turkeys (hons), 6s Gd to 7s Gd per pair; ditto (cocks)', 10s to 14s por pair; calvos, 2s Gd to £1 each ; hidos, 2M to 3d per lb. — Sydney, Septem ber S, 1879.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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POETRY. ON THAT NATURAL CURIOSITY, THE "BLOW-HOLE," AT KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 September 1879

POE T R Y. V j ON THAT NATURAL CURIOSITY, THE ' BLOW-HOLE,' AT KIAMA. Rolling within a cliasm deep, Tho wavos etornal vigils keep, Whilo 'waters on a stubborn shoro i With soothing, sullen moaning, roar, — Clad in a garb of silvery groy, '? Fantastic, airy, sparkling spray. Tho rugged rocks aro black and bare, Boaton by viowlcss dancing thero : ? - ? And syron forms movo to and fro, ? Now on tho rocltJJ&nd now bolow, Now hid in azuroHo tho bay, Laughing, lost iftsparkliiig spray. , Now shados of moro imposing mion Advanco, and rushing forth, aro seen, Dressed in each prismatic hue Of rainbow tint, in green and blue, ? Tho furious vision powers play Aloft in misty subtle spray. f And outlined spectro faces poor, Atonuatod, dwarfed, andsoro, — _ J Thoso aro tho vampires of tho main, ' . ) ? Tho slnyors of the ocean slain, Tho spirits of tho tempest fray, Tossed in bubbling, hissing spray. ; Woird syren song and mermaid moan, Tho witching sigh, tho victim groan, | All mingling,...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUCKLAND. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 September 1879

AUCKLAND. ; Tuesday. . y Sevoral -bodies havo been rocovored from tho - ruins of Dunedin firo. It is yet unknown how many havo perished. It is fearod fifteen ]ivo.3 havo been lost. Tho fato of tho W'lson family v is most painful. Of tho eight who were burnod to doath five wero child von. Tho insuranco is bolow £6000.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 September 1879

MSSCffi&IiA Mffi© tLJ§. Darino Burglary. — In tho course of Tnos day last, Sonior-Sergoant Ford tho respected head of tho polico in this district, -49{t for Sydnoy on business, and on tho ovoning of tlio samo day tho kitchen attached to his rosidonco at tho Polico Station was ontorod by somo porson or persons unknown, and a considerable quantity of woaring apparol and othor articies stolon therefrom. Tho articles stolon included shoots, children's clothes, knives and forks, and such liko, to tho valuo of £S or £9. Other than a good deal of barking on tlio part ^of a dog on the promises, Mrs. Ford hoard nothing to nit est hor attention on tho night in question, and it was only in tho morning that it was discovered that tho burglary had boon committed. Tho clothing stolon had just boon washed and was mostly in a baskot in tho kitelion at tho timo. On tho samo night somo slieots disappeared from fromaclotlios-iino at tho roar of Mr. W. Davios' rosidonco in Harbor street. Tho po...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mutiny among the Native Troops at Cabul. BOMBAY, September 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 September 1879

. Mutiny among the Native Troops at Cabul. ? Bombay, Soptombor G. A TERRIBLE massaore has takon placo at Cabul, in , Afghanistan. Tho Native Troops aroso, joined by the inhabitants, attacked and set firo to tho British Residency. Thoy also besieged tho Amoor, who used overy means to quell tho rebel lion. Tho fate of Goneral Cavagnari, tho British Resident, and suite is unknown. Upon rocoipt of tho nows, tho Vicoroy of India ordorod the immodiato advanco of tho British troops into Afghanistan. Gonoral Roberts with a strong forco marohos to tho scono of tho mutiny at Cabul. Gonornl Stownrt holds Catidahar, and tho Kliybor column is to operate in tho vicinity of Jollalabad. Tho Kuvrum Valloy column pro ceeds to Shutagardah Pass. [Tho abovo was distributed iu tho form of oxtms on Monday last in various parts of tho district.] London, Soptombor 8. Tho nows of tho massacro of Major Cavagnaro and staff at Cabul has caused most intonso sor row. Tho Indian Govornmont nas boon urged to tako o...

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 — 11 September 1879

Eiitelligciice in MBi-ief. - If you your lips would savo from' slips, Fivo things obsorvo with caro ; Of whom you speak, to whom you speak, And now and when and where. v. Archbishop Vaughan, accompanied by Mon signor Lynch arid the Rovs- Potro, Cunningham, Darcy, Howitt, Riordan, and Dean Flanagan, .arrived at Kiama on Saturday, for tho purposo of oponing tho aiow ohapol at Jamboroo on Sun day, tho ceremony Jiaving boon postponed, threo months ago in consequonco of inclement weatlior. ; , Tho mooting about tho education question did not tako placo at :Kiama on Friday night owing to tho ram, but an influential couiinittoo was formed, and resolutions drawn up in favour of tho '.withdrawal of State-aid to Denominational schools and education boing mado compulsory and freo. -, Theso resolutions will bo submitted at a publio mooting to take placo on tho 25th instant.. . -f ' ? On Saturday at Copoland North, eleven tons from. Lord of tho: Hills claim (Richards and party) yioldod noarly 20...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 September 1879

SiOCASi laJTOSjIilflS-EiMCJE. Commercial. — Tho attention of tho public is directed to tho auction salo of storo goods which takes placo to-morrow and oil Saturday, at tho premises in wliieh Mr. J. W. Gorrott rocontly carriod on tho businoss of gonoral storekoeping. Particulars may bo seen by reference to out advertising columns. Tekrara Orange Lodge. — Wo understand this Lodgo hold its usual monthly mooting in tho Lodgo room on Friday night last, wlion, notwithstanding tlio inclemency of tho weather, tho W.M., Mr. J. T. Dixon, and tho D.M., Mr. J. ChasoKng, and a largo numbor of mombor3 woro in attondanco. After tho usual oponing ceremony a largo amount of business was trans acted, and it was decided to postpono tho con sideration of corrospondonco for anotlior meet ing. Six now members woro proposed, and aftor tho closo of tho lodgo mooting an Arcli imrplo mooting was hold, and sovoral mombors advanced to that dogrco. Masonic. — Wo understand that a rather interesting presentation...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Great Sculling Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 September 1879

Great Sculling Match. : Tite second sculling contest this yoar botwoori Elias Laycock and Miehaol Rush, took placo . on Friday aftornoon, ovor tho champion 'courso, Parramatta Rivor, and whilo Laycock was, . in April last, successful, it was ovidont that ho has much improved sinco -that poriod, and that ho had tho l-aco in his own hands soon aftor tho start. Tho match was for £100 a sido. Tho result of tho race botwoon Trickott and Laycock recently, and Rush's plucky . rowing 'in ... April last, oncouragod his frionds (a voi-y strong body) to hopo that tho groon would bo carried to tho front, but tho sporting publio goriorally favoured Lay cock, anil tho opinion was justified by tho ovont. Tho dav broko unfavourably for tho raco, for a chill wind and sharp occasional showors sciircoly oncourago l-owors ; yot tho attondanco was vory largo, and tho koonost intovost in tho raco was shown. Such a slioro attondanco as oil tho occa sion of tho championship raco was not to havo boon oxpoct...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Warden's Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 September 1879

? Warden's Court. Tills Court, as previously announced, was hold at Nowra on Thursday lust, boforo tho Wardou for tho Southern Gold-fields, C. Do Boos, jEsq., of Braidwood. Only two cases woro ontorod for hearing. Tho first was an objection lodged by Finch, C. E. King and Rose, rocont arrivals from Harrington Gold-fiolds, sotting fortli that tlio labour conditions had not boon fulfilled bv tho Pinaclo G. M. Company, on tlioir leaso at Yalwal. Tho objectors conducted their own caso, and Mr. Richards, Solicitor, conducted tho defonco for tho Pinaclo Company, who was ropresontod by Iloniy Moss, Esq. — Finch, cloposed: I am tho holder of a minor's right (produced) ; on tho 30tli Juno I visited tho Yalwal gold-fiolds in company with my mates ; on tho 2nd, 3rd, and 4tli wo looked around to seo if any ground could bo takon, but wo found it all takon up ; thoro was no ono at work on tho Pinaclo Co.'s leaso. [Tho wardou hero objected to any statomont by wit ness, as to tho absonco of workmon...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Kelly Expedition. LATEST TELEGRAMS FROM HEAD QUARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 September 1879

The Ilclly lExiiedition. LATEST TELEGRAMS I'KOM HEAD QUARTERS. The roador will obsorvo that increasing ondoa voiu-s aro boing mado to capturo tho notorious outlaws. August 22nd.— Pouring rain to-day, unablo in consoquoncO to purstio Kollys, so rodo ovor to Bush Inn, ton inilos away, and playod billiards all dav. Lost oightnoneo. Roturnod homo at 4 a.m., and brought good supply of rum to camp. August 23rd. — Do not fool vory woll this morning. Bad hoadacho. Rosolvod : novor to drink any moro. Wont to bod again. ? Kollys quiot. -Woathor, foggy. '. August 24th. — Sunday. Slopt all day. Everything quiot. ? Weather, mild. ; August 25th.— Wholo band sot. out this morning, and scoiirod scrub in ovory direction. Black trackers bocamo groatly excited,' and sot out on a now trail tlioy havo just discovered. Wo conclude to rest until thoir return; 4 p.in.r Blaok trackers returned. They camo slinking into tho camp liko culprits; and hung tlioir hoads shcopishly. ; Mystory .! What can this mean....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 September 1879

Whatever may havo boon tho bovorago of tho gods — and it is boliovod tlmt tlioy indulged in nootaroan draughts, somo of tho bost offorts of tho poets aro said to liavo boon ofl'usod undor tho inspiration of no loss potation than gin. It was Byron's favourato indulgonco, and sped tho fancy of many others of colobrity. Thus it has both » poolic and practical uso, and to tho lattor has it boon most olficaciously put by tho greater origi nator of Udolpho Wolfo's Sudiodam Aromatio Schnapps. — Adv. IIotj.oway's Pills. — Bilious complaints and irrogularitios of tho system producod by depraved or ovor-almndant ljilo, can always, bo corrected by a fow dosos of tlioso inestimable Pills which aro ovorywhero admired for their ravo combina tion of mildnoss and power, for though thoy con quor with caso and rapidity tho most obstinate' disoaso they novel- weaken tho stomach or noeessitato any interruption of ordinary dtitios or amusomont. On tho contrary thoy lnoroaso tho appotito and strongthon t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT NEWS. Yalwal. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 September 1879

[?] [MIOM OUIl CORRESPONDENT.] Yalwal. Mining matters horo in most cases aro looking dull. Tho Hoinoward Bound boing tho only claim on tho iiold that is looking to say woll ; and to-day thoy struck anotlior flno patch of gold iu tho stono — tho stono ^ is .diiforont to anything thoy havo had yot, boing of a solid naturo and full of pyrites, which augurs woll for tho future prospocts of this claim. Tho Pioneor Company aro having a lot of poor stono crushed at Mr. Noblo's Battory, but I do not think much of it mysolf, as it is nearly all sur faco stuff takou from bolow tho roof, but tho oasy tonus of crushing -will givo thom oncourago mont to try tho poor stono. Thoy are still sink ing tho shaft, which I boliovo is to bo sunk to tho lovol of tho old ono, tlion I boliovo. thoy proposo driving through, Whioh, I think, is a vory good idea. Thoro is somo talk of this company driving a tunnol, but whother it ovor will bo dono I do not know. It would bo a good tiling if thoy would, as somot...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Gardeners' Calendar. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 September 1879

Gardeners' Calendar. I SEPTEMBER. It is gonorally ono of tlio most oil j oyablo months of tho yoav, uiul gavrtoning operations of all kinds can bo earned on 'with ploasuro. Sowing Inrgoly of nearly ovory variety of^ Yogct-iiblo, Fronclibcnns, lottuco, cabbages, turnips, orocoli, peas, radishes, parsloy, &c., may bo porfoiined. Cabbages, colory, &c., may bo planted. A main crop of onions early in tlio month may bo sown in long narrow beds, on woll manured soil. Sow the scod in drills, covering it as lightly as pos sible 'with earth (this direction applies to many v kinds of seed). Cauliflowor and cabbago seed should bo sown on sovoral occasions, both in fMn and tho preceding month, so as to guard against failuro, and to sccuro a good supply of healthy plants. Tho ground chosen for tho bods should bo tho best, naturally or artificially, that can bo had or mado ; tho plants should bo most carefully tended and watored ; and if tho weatlior should provo unusually warm, a ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 September 1879

; Illawni'ra Steam Navigatioii Company. STEAMER'S 'l'IME TABLE. ROM S II 0 A L II A Y E N , MLondny, fi a.m. Thursday, 9 a.m. FROM SYDNEY, Tuesday and Friday, at 11 p. in. All moals supjdiod during tho passages of the steamers free of charge. Tho Steam Drngliors, under charge of Captain Buchanan, nro always plying on tho Shoallmvon River in conncction will tho Sydney stonmors.: : j E. MANNING. 1 Eii^lisli, Scottish, anil Australian : Cliui'icrcd KuiiU. A BRANOII of this Bank is now OPEN' at _£3_ NOWRA, Shoalhavon, in temporary premises, for tho transaction of all usual bank ing business. JOHN BOWLING, Managor. Sydnoy, 5th Juno, 1878. . ? Wniitcd to lie En»wn.: \\T JONES, Collins-stroot, Kinma, has YV' » Horsos and Voliiclos FOR HIRE. Ho is prepared to run between Wollongong ? and'Ulladulla. . Also, -that ho is a cask purchaser of Hidos and skins iu any quantity. Mr. W. C. KING, ^.SOLICITOR, & c., ' KIAMA. 3). LINDSAY BYMOCK, : : Auctioneer and Commission Agent, . , JAMBEROO....

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WELLINGTON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 September 1879

'WELLINGTON. i . - r Monday. , ' A terrible fire began at 2 o olook this morning, i at,!Dunodin, in the Octagon. Five thickly , peopled houBeB have been destroyed. Tho firo ; began at Walter's Cafe. Asa1.1, tho lower parts - of the.houses were first in flames, most of tho peoplo upstairs could not escape. Of the Wilson ' ' family of 10, eight wero lost; ono jumped out ; of a window, audit is fearod has been fatal lj' injured. A man from another houso jumped out of a window and was Hied ; and it is foared ? - that many mere lives havo boon lost, but as the ??? firo is stall raging an accurate account is ;mpos siblo.

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 4 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 September 1879

Telegraphic Intelligence. (From, Our Telegraphic Correspondent. J SYDNEY. 'Wednesday, 4 r.ai. ' : Considerable anxiety is oxpressed owing to tho non-arrival of the s.s. Esk, which was soon making for port, and of which thoro is no appoar . :anco-now. - Tho IIONrfvOsbury rivor is thirty foetovorits hanks at AVindsor, and twonty-sevon foot at . Penrith. The rain still continuing. ? Tho 0. E. School at Bathurst has boon closed to-day, and- tho children aro distributed among tho Publio schools. Frightful rain storms aro reported from tho riyor districts. Tho Parramatta is still rising, and tho embankment noar Bogil's mill is carriod : away, and all traffic intorcopted. Manly Beach is partially submerged. Tho Hawkosbury is very high. A flood is feared, and unless the rain ceases shortly thore must bo groat destruction of property. Two nuggets of gold weighing 50 pounds of ..: puro metal have been discovered near 'Welling- ton. Tho grounds in the Park around tho Exhi bition Building aro i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 September 1879

. . NOT IC E. , A LL HORSE and 1 fflE STOOK found J~\ trcspnssing#in ( 10 Bhddock nfc Nowra, known . ns RATMETT 3, pill bo impounded ?without iurtlior nlitico. *- H. MOSS, . Ooutral Hotol. -.. , Soptombor 9, 1879. I ... J. WILMOT, - tVatcliinalici'swiil Jeweller, HAVING- had to rqeymi to KIAMA, announ ! cos that tho MkSFNESS nfc NOWRA, ''' will. bo ro-oponod on SATURDAY NEXT. ' In tlio moanwbilo, Mr. MACLEAN will .. rocoivo all Ordors for Ropairs, &o. . ? Omrcli of Unglnnd. V the «.'? FOUNDATION STONE ? OP THE ? ? j''. . NEW CllVWIf/fi NOWRA, V WILL BE La/d/(D.V.); ON Thursday, 25tl/ September, ? ? AT '1 J.j'r. ; . IN THE EVENING, , ' ' musical nn-l Xiiterary Xntcrtalmnciit ' ? ?'?WILT, I1E IIELD IN THE BAND BOOM, N 0 W 11 A, , . J..,.'. -AT 7 r.sr. . ' ???: . , Dissolution of I'artiicrslilii. ^ ' ? lVr0TICE *s horoby givon tbat tho partner-. Jl^I ship heretofore /existing botwoon us ns Gonoral B'ncksmit/s/ j/nd Horseslioors, lias ? THIS DAY boon MjjMXfiT'IiD by MUTUAL CONSE...

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