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Gardeners' Calender. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 September 1879

Cn»&'-Ie»ier«' Calendar. SEPTEMBER. It is generally ono of the moat enjoy ablo months o£ tho year, and gardening operations oi' all kinds can bo carried on with pleasure. Sowing largely of nearly ovory vavioty of_ vegetable, Pronchbcans, lettuce, cabbages, turnips, brocoli, peas, radishes, parsley, &c., may bo performed. Cabbages, colory, &c'., may bo planted. A main crop of onions early in tho month may bo sown m long narrow beils, on well manured soil, bow tho seed in drills, covoring it as lightly as pos siblo with earth (this direction applies to many kinds of seed). Caulillowor and cabbago seed should bo sown on scvoral occasions, both in this aud tho preceding month, so as to guard against failuro, and to secure a good supply of healthy plants. Tho ground chosen for tho beds should bo tho best, naturally or artificially, that can bo had or mado ; tho plants should bo most carefully tended and watered ; and if tho weather ? 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 — 25 September 1879

Whatever may havo boon tho bovorago of tho gods— and it is boliovod that thoy indulged in nootaroan draughts, somo of tho bost oflortsof ? tho poots aro said to liavo boon oll'usod undor tho inspiration of no loss potation than gin.- It was Byron's favourato indulgonco, and spod tho fauoy of many othors of oolobrity. Thus it lias both a . , nootio and practioal uso, and to tho latter luis it , boon most efficaciously put by tho groator ongi-; , ,w nator of- Udolplio WolCo'a.fecdiodam Aromatic , Solinopps. — Adv. ? 1 Hoi.t.oway's .Pills. — Bilious complaints aud . irrogularitios ol tho Hystom producod by dopravod ' ' or ovor-abumnint bile, - can always ,bo corrected v : by a fow dosos ol thoso mostimablo Pills which aro ovorywhoro admu-od Jor then- l-aro combma tion of mildnoss and powor, for though thoy con- - quor witli'oaso and rapidity, tlio most obstinate, . disoaso thoy 110 vor weakon tho stomach or , nocossitato any interruption of ordinary dutios or amusomont. On tlio contrar...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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How the Lie goes Round. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

BSow ilie Ijie iroesf 'Ifiound. fFram, the Ifowfe? ' Op tho many antique virtuos which havo dis appeared boforo tho march of modorn onlighton mont and progross, tho most complotoly oxtiiict is that of roticonco. Thoro aro no such tilings as socrots or confidoncos nowadays ; and sooioty acts upon tho suproinoly unsolfish principlo that whatovor any.ono. lnombpr of it knows should bo proolaiinod iniscollaiiopusly to .fflV. liis or lior follows. Oonvorsatioiijifi' tlio.soifso in which tho word was onco iindorstoopi may lio pronouncod almost unknown. Tlioro is an infinito amount of prattlo of a puroly personal' character, which, bocauso it is oxcoddingly frivolous, docs not thoroby imply tlio absonco of .all labour iu tho 3ollobtion of its materials. Tho simplo truth is, that tho chattel- of tho drawing-rooms and dining tablos of tho porioil rests upon a basis of what, for lack of a hotter word, may bo callod a siovodom. ...-.Tho -siovo is. aVporeonago in tho 2onununity; and tho --sox ,...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Cuttings from American Papers. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

iCwitaEigs from Aiuer&can Papers. ' I spelt, it 'koppliy,' 'and;Wobstor spells it I ' coifoo.' I kant tell wliichiisri'iglit, Wobstor or mo.' — Josh Billings. An American paper tolls of a young man who sworo off smoking, and in fivo years lie was worth 10,000 dollars. N.B. — It was loft to him by an uncle. ? An -Ulinois editor - roturns thanks for a contipede sont to liim by mail from Texas, 'it being,' lio says, . 'the- first cont., of any ldnd that wo'vo recoivcd for. several weoks.' Tho last instanco of originality in 'a mar riage announcement is tho following : — ' No cards, no cako, 110 fuss.' ,, A friond asks for a definite idea of how much a billion is. A clear concoption of tho vast amount of units ropresontod by this nunibor is afforded by the cures for eolds and. rheumatism that your friends givo -you 011 tho slightest provocation. ' ? The big- foot feud continues to rago; this is. the latest wrathful paragraph: Great excitement was created at Burlington a few days...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Conveyance of Country Killed Meat. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

Conveyance of Country Killed Meat. Since tho practice of killing meat in tho country camo iyto. vog-uo, ono of tho groatost economical problems which required dotor mination in tlio jhitercfsts of tlio community lias beon brought into groator prominonco ; aiid wo aro glad to loarn that tlio Commis sioner for Railways lias had tlio proscio'nco to discern and anticipate tho requirements of the department and tho public in this rospoct; , Observing in tho ' public prints, that a prize of £50 and a gold modal, was to bo oft'orod in July last by tho Kill), urn Agricultural .Society, tlio doparfmont to onco' took stops to secure the plans of tlio-truclc which should bo successful in tlio c'ompotition. Tho prizo was awarded to a waggon coiisti-uctod by tlio Swansoa Railway Company, on tlio 4th of July ; and it speaks well i'or tlio .'p'roinpti tudo of -tlio Eailway Department that tlio plans havo already boon- sooured, and that an experimental waggon is now ' .being constructed by Hudson, ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

BESfcTTM. ' ' Sivewjiight. — On tlio 1st September, at lier | rosidonco, Nowra, tho wil'o of John Sivo- i , v . wright, of a daughter. . | AND SIIOALTIA YEN ADVERTISER. Published every IFIiui'silay Moriiiu;;. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1879.

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English Method of Packing Butter Prints for Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

EJuagESsBa MetJaosl «t-S' IPacSsasag' 15ji4itea* JPn'iaatfs fiJM' MarSte4. ? The Derbyshire method of sending buttorto market is quite different from anytliing prac tised in-this country: The dairy farmers put their butter up in half pound prints neatly stamped. Instead of boxes or pails for pack ing, they uso stout willow baskets. Those aro mado especially for the purpose, and aro arranged to receive from 20 to! 30 prints in cacli layer, and sovoral layers of prints aro pnicoti ono auovo tno otner. xno layers 01 prints just fit tho basket in rows 5 by 6 or 4 by 5, so as to avoid shaking aud- bruising by moving from thoir position as placod in tho basket: Tlio baskots aro very nicely made, the sides rising up from the bottom perpendicularly, and being- made sufficiently strong to retain a true and oven shape. From 15 to 30 lbs of butter are packod in each baskot, according to tlio sizo of tho dairy or tho amount of butter to bo sent to, market fi-bm time to timo. ? In other wordsj: ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. TUESDAY, 1 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

Tclcgragsliic Intelligence. . IraoM our coiutEsroiTDENT.] . SYDNEY. | Tuesday, 1 r.ir. ???..- 1 The S. S. Rotomahana brings nows from tho Capo of tho capturo of Cotowayo, and tho coin ploto sottlement of tho Zulu war. Tho war at Cabul is spreading, but with no . dangor to tho English forces. ? - Tho Burmali difficulty is quiot. ? ? ? [Tho above was distributed in tho form of an oxtra on Tuosday last in various parts of tho. district.] ? : : : . Wednesday, ,4 r. jr. . -; ? Tho English mail, via San. Francisco, has arrived at Auckland. ,.. Tlio Exhibition*- is gradually progressing to wards completion. Thorois a splendid display. Country visitors aro still wisely delaying thoir visit until tho middle of October. A grand.dis play is expected when his Excolloncy Sirlior culos Robinson arrives. Tho Now South Wales Court is beginning to show splendidly. Eiu'ther splendid discoverios aro roported from Barrington Gold-fields. Tho Lieutenant Governor of Fiji and suito ' j havo arrived. Hay (...

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Man as a Bonnet Buyer. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

Sinn as a IBomsei IBaiyer. 'New bonnot, now'bonnot — 12 dols. for a now bonnet !' oxclaimod Mr. Slick tho othor ovoning, as liis- wifo sitggostod a cliango from tlio wiiitor stylos. 'Yes, only 12 dols.' sho humbly roplicd. , ' Twolvo dollars for a bonnot is. a con founded outrngo,_ and I know it ?' ho wont on; ( !' AVliy, I can buy two silk hats for tlio monoy, -and liavo somo strawborry cliango loft! : Its a dead swindlo to ask 12 dols. for. 1 bonnot.' ' Well, I can't do bottor. Mr. Slick. That's tho prico, and I must pay or go without.' ' You don't know how to buy — that's what ails you?' lio growled. 'I'll bet monoy I can buy a 12 dol. bonnot for 8 dols. It's all in knowing how to handlo tlio sales man.' ' I wisli you'd try it,' sho suggested. ' I will; by Goorgo ! I will ! I'll bring up . a now bonnot in tho morning, and I'll got it 4 dols. clicapor'tlmn you daro to !' 1 Mr. Slick was as good as his word. Ho went- into a millinery shop noxt forenoon with his oyo-toetli all sliiu...

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LONDON. September 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

. LONDON. . Seplembor 19. H..M.S., Bacchante, under tho command of Admiral Lord Scott, has left port on a tour round tho world, with their Royal Highness Princo Albort Victor, and Prince Georgo. Tho now iron-clad turret ship Agamemnon, 8000 tons, four guns, was successfully launched at Chatham Dockyard to-day. At tho agricultural banquet at Aysbury, Lord Beaconsfiold, in a lengthy speoch, discussed the prussum; ueprossion in irauo. no npnoiu present system of, land tenure as just and equitable, and advised agricultural landlords and tonants to co oporato ' cordially. Encounters by tho Opposi tion oii the subject of tho prevailing trade dopros ssion, ho denounced with groat vehomonco as well as tho Liboral moveniont for tho reduction of rents in Iroland and England, arguing that the latter movomont tended to democracy. Cotowayo has been conveyed to Capetown. Sir Garnet Woolsloy, in a speoch to tho Zulu chiefs, stated that Zululand would bo divided' into throoparallols, placcdunder wh...

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Women's Influence on Social Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

Women's Eiifluence 011 Social SiiSe. Men, as a rule, are easily attracted by a beautiful face, but still it is on , internal beauty of character by which a woman can exert tlio greatest amount of inlluonco. A true-minded man; though at first enamoured by the glaro of personal beauty, will soon 1 febl, tho hollowness^of its charms . when lio discovers , tho lacl^ o& beauty in' the mind. Inestimably greatyis_fiio infiuonco a swoot- 1 minded woman may- wield over thoso around I her. i lt is to ; her that hor friends , would como in seasons' of sorrow and . siclcnoss for I holp and support — one soothing touch of her kindly hand would work wonders on tho fovorisli child; a , few.. words lot fall from her lips in the oar of a sorrowing sister would do much to raiso tho load of grief, whicli was bowing its victim down to the dust' in anguish. The husband conies homo, . worn out with tlio pressure of business, and foel7 ing irritablo with tho world in general ; but whon lie enters ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

KiOCAIi iirajBIiIiliRBlSrCJES. - The Pikacle Claim, Yalwal.— ' Wo under stand that tho Hon. tlio, ; Minister for Minos has decided in favour of tho oo.inpany in tlio oaso rocoutly hoard boford tho Warden's Court horo. Anglican Ciroitoii. — Wo would . ., remind loaders that thb fbundation-stbno of tlio Chiii-cli of England -will bo hlid next Thursday. Tlio particulars, may be soon by 'reforqneo: to our. advertising columns. Wo wish -tlio promoters' ovoiy success, and hopo the weather will favour, thom 011 that day..: . SrEOEAL Services.— On Monday evening last, at tho Nowra Municipal Council mooting, , by motion of Alderman Moss arid tho unanimous vote of tho Council, a gratuity or nvo guineas was made to tho Council Clerk, for valuablo oxtra services porformod by him chcorfully and efficiently on many occasions; but notably in connoction with tho.rccont valuation. Suoaliiaven Police Court.— At tho Shoal liavon Polico Court, 011 Tuosday last, boforo . Z. G. Bico, B. Brown, John Mona ...

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Dr. Cumming's Annuity. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

l)r. CiimmSng-'s Ammiiy. Dn. Gumming, 72 yoars old, says 'Atlas,' in tho 'World,' compolled to givo up all mental work, poor, and with tho olders of tho church in Crown-court making a public appeal for means to provido him with an annuity of £30,0 to £500 a year, presents a pathetic picturo to thoso jvso, like mj'self, sat undor the doctor iySpSvigorous and 1 prosperous prime. A qiiaqirwfV century ago thoro wero iew more popu^ir-'preachers in London, and- nonp\who attracted moro constant, more crowded, or moro remarlcablo congregations. Every Sunday morning all available standing and-, sitting spaco, includ ing tho pulpit-stairs, in tho church ho enlarged was crowded; and statesmen,, .well- known women of fashion, and notabilities gonorally wore amongst tho people attracted by sermons and coloquial expositions of Scripture which were singularly persuasivo and practical ; for Dr. Oumming's pro nounced theories concerning the approaching end of tho world, and. tho personal applica tio...

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The Shoalhaven River Banks. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

The Shoalhaven Sliver lianhs. On Monday ovoning last a meeting of tlio resi dents of Torrara was hold in tho Town Hall for tho purposS of taking into consideration tho bost'^ moans of protecting tho rivor bank at Torrara' from damago in timos of Hood. Tiiero were about 20 gontlemeu presont. W. Lovogrovo, Esq., Mayor of Contral Slioalhavon, was voted to tho chair. Moved by Aldorman Hyam, seconded by Alderman Lamond, and carriod unanimously, — 'That Messrs. Lovogrovo, M' Arthur, Buchanan, Jamos Lamond, Patrick Ryan, Mark Walkor, Aizloy Hyam, E. Pooloy, W. Carwar dino, and tlio movor, bo a committeo^ to obtain subscriptions and docido _ upon tlio plan to bo carriod out for tho protection of tho rivor bank.' Moved by Mr. M' Arthur, socondod by Captain Buclinnnu, and carriod unanimously, — ' That tho Govornmont bo solicited to supplomont tho amount of subscriptions by a gift of a similar sum or moro.' ? Tho iindormoritionod sums woro subscribed in tho room : — D.'Hyam, £50; A. Hyam, Au0:...

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Slighting a Rich Digger. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

Sllg-hliiiig- a Rich Digger. You may (says tho 'Evoning Nows') often judgo'a mail by tho coat that ho wears ; but be caroful you judgo him not by tho carpot bag that lio carries. Tho truth of this remark was illustrated in a rather annoying manner to a worthy, though ratlior aristo cratic; host, who, unfortunately for his liigti notions, lcoops tho loading hotel in the Irori barks; It' scorns n lucly diggor on ! tho Burrondong dropped on a patch, andwasliod' 50lb.- woiglit of gold from .mother earth in less. than no time, popped it into an old. carpot bag, and started ' for tho Ironbarlcs,; thinking, doubtloss, ho was tho ricliost man, in tho district. Trudging along this boggy 11 miles with 50lb weight on his back, ho know 110 such word as ' fatiguo,' comfort ing liimsolf with visions of hot suppers, fcatlior bods, and what nots on arrival: at tho groat city of Ironbarlcs. But, alas ! ho reckoned without his host. , Dropping liis precious biu'don, and- calling for a glass, tlio usu...

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

Slioalhnven Shipping Intelligence. AffllWAT,S. Soptomher 13, — Illawarra (s.), from Sydney; Kiama (s.), from Wollongong. DEPARTURES. Soptombor 15. — Illawarra (s.), for Sydnoy. Tho Kiama (s.), is wcathor-boimd horo in 'coiisoquonco of tlio S.E. galo and lioavy soa. 1

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

Illawai'm Sleam ATavi£aii-m (Cwiiiictiiy. ? ... . STEAMERS TIM1S TABLE. JP 11 0 M S II 0 A L II A V E N, .Yloiulny, ffi a.m. Tlmrsilay, 8 Ji.m. EROM SYDNEY, . Tuesday and Friday, sit H y.m. : All moals supplied during tlio.passages of tho stoamors frco of cliargo. Tho Stoain .Drogliors, lindor clml'go ol' Captain Buchanan, aro always plying on tho Shoalliavon River in connection With tlio Sydney stoamors. E. MANNING. and Australian Cliartcrcd liaiik. . A ' BRANCH ol this Bank is now OPEN at XjL NOWRA, Slioalhavon,' in temporary promises, for tlio transaction oE nil Usual .bank ing business. ? JOHN BOWLING, ? Manager. Sydnoy, fltli Juno, 1878. ? -Waiitctl- to 'be -'Known. : \\T JONES,. Collins-street, Kinma, lias W . Ilorsos and A'oliiclcs EOR THRE. IIo is prepared to run botweon AVollongong and UUadulla. Also, that ho is a casli purchaser of Hides and skins in an}' quantity. Mr. W. C. Kim, SOL ICITOR , & C., 1CIAMA. D. LINDSAY BYKOGK, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, , V' ' ...

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Calendar for September. MOON'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

Calendar for Scplvmhw. Moox's Age. Full Moon ? 1st, at 5.2 a.m. Last quarter . ? 9th, at (-.9 a.m. , Now Moon .... ... lGtli, at -1.1 p.m. . ^ First quarter ? 23id, at 7.21 a.m. (£,???: -_r — Sun— — - 1-IIighwateratSlioal- aj - i Iiisos.: : . Sets. - | Jin yen Heads.- ' : : ' it. jr. it. sr.- j a. £- r. jr. 23 ? '5 4S ' 5-56 || 3 34 4 18 20 . 5 40 o 57 I 4 50 5 29 ' 27 5 15 5 58 I 5 58 0 21 28 j 44 5 59 J 6 42 7 2 29 5 43 5 59 j 7 21 7 37-' : . 30 - ! 5 41 G 0 [j 7 53 S;10'' 1 3 40 0 1 |j 8 27 S 43

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Gardeners' Calendar. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

Cnartlciici-s' Calendar. SEPTEMBER. It is gonerally ono of tho most enjoyablo months of the year, and gardening operations of all kinds can ho earned on with pleasure. Sowing largely of nearly ovory variety of vegetable, Pronchbeaiis, lottuco, cabbagos, turnips, brocoli, peas, radishes, parsloy, &c., may bo porformod. Cabbages, colory, itc., may bo planted. A main crop of onions oarly in tho month may bo sown in long narrow beds, on well manured soil. Bow tho seed in drills, covering it as lightly as pos sible with earth ftliis direction amities to manv kinds of seed). Cauliflower and eabbago seed should bo sown on sovoral occasions, both in this and tho preceding month, so as to guard against failnro, and to secure a good supply elf hoalthy plants. Tho ground chosen for tlio bods should bo tho best, naturally or artificially, that can bo hud or made ; tho plants should bo most carofully tended and watered ; and if the weather should provo unusually warm, a shading of boughs...

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MISCELLANEOUS. The Easterly Gale. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

MISCEliIiAanEOUS. The Easterly dale. Oj*t tlio subject of tlio recent galo and rain fall, the Govornmont Astronomer writes to the ' S. M. Herald ' of tlio lltli instant as follows : ' Sir,: — Tlio heavy easterly galo now blow ing may be said to have begun with a sudden chance of mud to oast at twenty minutes ?past.ll' a.m. 011 tlio 8tli (Monday); but; for , several ? days previously, heavy oasterly weather had boon experienced in Queensland and tho northern .parts of this colony. ? . , ' Since it camo on at- Sydnoy, tliero has Leon very littlocliango frouia steady, down pour of. rain, except tho heavier showers that came with strong squalls , of -^wind; .the heaviest of thoso showers came on just after ' 10'a.m. of tlio 9th, and half an inch fell in three-quarters of an hour ; at 6 p.m. of.that day, tho wind changed to south, for a few minutos and baclc to east again with heavy squalls, and tho greatest velocity during the galo, G4 miles per hour, was reached at 7.35. p.m. ; between...

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