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Unclaimed Letters. List No. 17. From the Government Gazette, Sept. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 October 1879

IJiieBaSmtMB Ijeiteii'S. List No. 17. From the Government Gazette, Sept. 26. Parties applying for unclaimed lottors at tha Gonoral Post Office aro roqufi^j|d to givo ther correct rminbor of lottor, witii tnBlato nnd num ber of tlio list in which thoy mayyavo obsorvod thoir names, as such roforonco 'will materially facilitate delivery. Parties in tho country malt ing written applications, m addition tothofor mor particulars, aro roquosted to state wheix) tlio y oxpoct thoir lottors from, and any othor in forma tion, tending- to provont an luinecossory trans mission of lotters. ' SHIP I.E'1V1'ER3, G-- . Gyles Rd., UlIaiTulIa 2 Jackson Josh,, Illawarra' 8 O'Roilly Ptk., Dapto 2 Quinlan Laur., Broughton Ci-colc 30 Robertson J. L., Milton eOLOXIAL liET'J'EliS. 8 Abornothy Thos., Burrawaug 45 Alexander — , Milton GO Barnett G., Dapto 224 Bogan Jno., Berrima 3SG BuoknoU AV. AAr., Avondalo 387 BuffingerJ., Albion Park 45S Byrnes Mel. B., Burnnvang 209 Coltwell Jas., Bumiwmig 53 Davis J. J.,...

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 — 9 October 1879

A universal panacoa is almost suro to hoar univorsal imposition, that charlatanism, blatant as is its trumpet, cannot blow into acceptability or l oputo. Thoso spocifics that assuino to euro everything euro nothing, and lionco it is that Udolplio Woli'o's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is only a powerful siit'oguard against gout, gravol, llatulouey, dyspepsia, whotlior chronic or ucuto, nervous debility, urinary or renal obstructions, torpid liver, Ntiignant condition of tho blood, mal-assimilation of food, vital oxhaustion, and similar all'octions. — Adv. Holloway's Pills. — Tho changes of tom poraturo and woathor frequontly upset porsons who aro most cautious of ther liealtih, and most particular in thoir diets. Thoso corrcctivo, purifying, and gontlo aporient Pills aro tho best remedy l'or all defective actions of tho digostivo organs : thoy augmont tho appotito, strengthen tho stiimaoh, correct biliousnoss, and carry off all that is noxious from the system. Holloway's Pills aro comp...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Church of England. LAYING FOUNDATION STONE—NOWRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 October 1879

Cliurcli of JEuglaittl. I LAYING FOUNDATION STONE — NOWRA. On Thursday last, 2nd instant, tho foundation stono of tho now Church at Nowra was laid, in tlio prosonco of a goodly number of tho rosidonts of .'tho district who had assembled to witness tlio coromony. Wo understand that tho want o£ a building for holding meetings of a religious character iii connection with tho Church of England has long boon folt lioro— although, this has boon mot as far as possibio by thb knidnoss of tho Rov. Mr. Grant and tho oldors of his Church in allowing tlio use of tlio -Presbyterian Chureli in whioh night services liavo boon hold, once a month on tho'. Sunday. ' At a'_ meeting hold somo four months ago it was ' pliiokily deter mined ' to' supply this want by attempting^ the erection of a neat brick building whioh would do for a Sunday-school, and in which, if necessary, jiroacliing could bo hold — £40 boing proinisod m tho room towards tho- cost; Toridors woro forthwith ; called for tho work, Mr....

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 October 1879

SECOND DAY. Tho Kangaroo Yalloy Turf Club Handicap of 30 sovs., with a swoop of 2 sovs, , each addod, i 2 milos;' socond liorso to rocoivo_ 3 sovs. from tho prizo ; nomination 1 sov. Mr. J. Chisholm's ehg Beziquo, aged, 7st 21b (Lowis) ? 1 D. ' Hyam's blk .h Ravon, 3 yr.s., 7st (Carney) ? 2 i' H. Graham's oh-li Argylo', 3 yrs., Gst 91b : : ; (AVood) ? 3 R. Martin's br h Mastor-rAvonol 4 jts.;' ? Sst 2lb (scratched). ? After one. broak: away the startor. sent thom off on oven terms, but Ravon soon' took the load, Boziquo lying socond,. and Ai'gylo.last. ; Thoy passod tho stand in this orilor; but as thoy wont out of tho straight Boziquo collared and passod Ravon. Tho pair; camo jm- terms . again at tho back of tho courso, anil Ravon thon gradually forged ahead. Whon. thoy cnino to tho throo- 1 quartor post,' Boziquo was again at tho hoad of affairs, and as thoy passod tlio stand tho socond timo, whs about tliroo lengths ahead of Ravon, who was loading Argylo by about six longths. Low...

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A "Find" in the Scottish Highlands. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 October 1879

A ' Pint! ' in the Scottish iSighlimds. Under tliiB titlo tlio ' Spectator ' discussos a subject which lins attracted attontion iu Scotland during tho last month or two — namely, tlio Society for Propagating1 Chris tian Knowlodgo, its constitution, and its funds. The Society, it may bo explained, has funds to tho amount of £200,000, which yield a yearly incomo of £7000, and, as was statod by tho Kev. Mr. Mactavish at tho Juno mooting of tho Inverness Free Church Presbytery, various schomos havo been pro posed as to the uso to wliicli this large rovonuo should bo applied. ' In tlio mean time, however, it is strongly insisted upon that Parliament should movo the restriction placed in 1846 upon the directors to employ' no ono as an agent who does not adhero to tho Established Church ; and tho Free Pres bytery of Inverness, with a view to such removal, havo aslced Mr. C. FraserMaclcin tosli to move in tho Houso of Commons for a roturn of tho Society's income and expen diture. The Highla...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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THE EVENING ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 October 1879

THE EVENING ENTERTAINMENT. I In tho ovoning of tho samo day, a musical and litorary ontortainmont, in oonnootion with tho abovo, was hold in tho Brass Band Hall, Nowra. Thoro was- a vory fair attendance; although, considering tho object for which tlio ontortain mont was givon, and tho fact that tho Chuich of England body in Shoalhavon is a strong one, wo oxpoctod to soo a far larger audionco. -However, those who (lid attond woro woll rowardod. Tlio hall was vory tastefully.: docoratod with choico flowors, &c. Miss -M. Glanvillo dotod as aoepm panist, and tlio mannor in wliich slio porformod her: part, ' was most ploasing. As; announced by advertisement, . tho readings' consisted of gravo'and giiy.' — Bov. J. Hargravo taking tho former, and Mr. M. Marraek tho lattor. Sovoral of tho piecos road by Mr. Marraek kopt tho audience iii roars oS laughter, especially ' Tho Showman's Courtship.' The opposite may bo said of thoso road by Rov. Hargravo, for thoy woro indood . ' giuvo,' ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 October 1879

Slioalhaven Sl»it»v-liiK Intelligence. I ARRIVALS. Octobor 1. — Illawarra (8.), from Sydnoy. „ '1. — Illawarra (a.), from Sydney ; For . mosa (lcotch), from Sydnoy. Octobor 5. — Mary Ann (kotcli), from Sydnoy. DEPASTURES. Octobor 2. — Illawarra (s.), for Sydnoy. „ 0. — Illawarra (s.), for Sydnoy. EXPORTS. Per mawarra (s.), Captain Garde, on tho 2nd October, 1879. To Sydney: 25G kegs buttor, (!8 jiigs, 28 .cheeses, 85 hides, 28 bagsmaizo, 7 cnlvos, 32 casos eggs, 18 coops poultry, 23 bags bacon, 1 also bacon, 2 packages loathor, 4 casks tallow, 3 packages c, skins, 2horsos, 5 baskots fish, and suuilrios. To Kiama : 23 pigs, 21 bags maizo, 1 bag bags, 4 bags potatoos, 2 packagos leatlior. To Wollongong : 1 bag hides, 1 box. Por Illawarra (s.), Captain Gardo, on tho Gth October, 1879. To Sydney : 130 bags maize, 32 kegs and 1 casobuttor, 13 bags oysters, 11 casos eggs, 5 bags bacon, 1 caso cliceso, 1 caso bacon, 5 bnskots fish, 2 tins honoy, 1 packago beeswax, 1 horso, 3 packages leath...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 October 1879

Illawarm Steam Navigation Coiujmny. STEAMER'S TIME TABLE. j JP ROM S H O A L H A V E N, Jlonilay, O, a.m. Tlmrsiliiy, :8 a.111. PROM SYDNEY, ? I Tuesday nnrt OFrlrtay, at 11 p.m. | All moals suppliod during tho passages of tlio I stoamors froo of chnrgo. 1 'i Tho Stoain Droghors, undor cliarga of Captain Buchanan, aro always plying on tlio Shoalliavon River in connootion with tlio Sydney Btoamors. i ^ E. TkLYNNING. W~. English, Scottish, und Australian Chartered Bank. A BRANCH of tliis Bank is now OPEN at NOWBA, Shoalhavon, in temporary proinisos, for tho transaction of all usual bank ing business. JOHN DOWLING, ? Manager. Sj'dnoy, otli Jiuio, 1878. Wanted to Uic Known. ~5Tf7' JONES, Collins-stroot, Kinma, has V V ? Horses and Vohielos FOR HIBE. Ho is proparod to run hotweon Wollongong and Ulladulla. r Also, that ho is a cash, purchaser of Hides and skins in any quantity. . Mr. W. C. KI m, SOLICITOR, & c., KIAMA. D. LINDSAY BYMOCK, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, J AM BE BO...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 4 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 October 1879

Tcleffrapliic HsitoHi&encc. ? . [SROM OUR. CORRESPONDENT.] . . SYDNEY. , Wednesday, 4 r.ir. CotcsidbrabIjE sonsafaon . is caused by tho , decision / of : tlio Government: in ? Totalling, tho Agent-General, tho Hon. AY: Foster, through disagreements respecting tlio. Now South Wales ?' Loan in London. It is bolioved that Sir Horny . Parkos lias Jong boon waiting this chanco for wreaking his rovongo on Mr. J?ostor for having put tho Jaw. m ioreo rogarding Jinn on another, occasion years ago. . No loss surprise is oxprossod at the appoint ments to. tho .UjiperHouso by tho Govornmont . for tho purposo of swamping tlioir oppononts in the Council.- ? Tho following gentlemen havo been called to tho Upper House : Mo.-jsra. Archi bald Roll, Edward Flood, James Norton, Goorgo . Oaks, William R. Piddington, and John Stow ? ' art. ., ? Tho Rev. Mr. Chalmers lias returned from a . visit to central .Now ? Guinea, and gives account of tho discovory thero of a powerful and intelli gent tribo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 9 October 1879

£3r Meeting to toe HBeM. No. 70, L.O.L., Torrara, moots on Friday, October 24, at 7.30 p.m. ®j )t AND SHOALHAVEN ADVERTISER., Pnblislicil every Thuvsrtay Dlorning. .THURSDAY.' OCTOBER 9, 1S79.

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Pleasures of Photography. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 16 October 1879

I'lcnsiu'cs of Photography. Ho camo into tho studio with hiswifo on his arm, oxpoctoratod, and informed tho artist that ho wished to bo ' takon.' ' Natliin' fanoy,' I10 oxplainod, 'joss somothiu' jjlnin and quiot, to show tho folks at homo. I allow you kin got our measuro, oh?' Tho artist thought I10 could;. 'How long '11 it tnlco ?' vho inquired. ' Eeckon an hour '11 fotcli it, eh ?' Ho was informod that ton minutos' oxpo suro would be amply sufficient. \ Ho looked grave. I didn't calculate, ' he said, ' onno par ticular exposure. Thore ain't ndthin' off coloured about this business, is there ? Yo soe, I'vo boon onco theayter senco I come hero, an' I don't wish to risk my hold on grace by no unnecessary indulgence in vanities. This is a city, of sin, ye know ; an' T ^oin't goin' to lot Satan get tho pull on Isr.'el Pettenhoopor. I'm a deacon in tho Sinitlivillo Coroners Brick Gliurcli, 'n' I guess I know on which side. tlio bread of salvation's buttered.' v. ' j Mr. Pottonliooper w...

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The Countess of Waldegrave. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 16 October 1879

The Countess off WaMcgrave. The sudden and mueli-lamentod death of Prances, Countoss of Waldgrave, may claim somo notice both on social and political grounds. Ono of tlio recognized queens of society, slio wielded hor scoptro firmly and gracofully. She affected neither hauteur nor oxclusivonoss, but made hor hospitalities attractivo by welcoming thoso whoso social gifts promised to contribute to tho general enjoyment. Possessod of great wealth; she entertained with a refined liberality ; without stint, yot without ostentation. She . was equally, skilful * in .assorting a party of guests for ono of her country seats, ill con ducting a fashionable reception at Carlton .Gardens, and in arranging ono of thoso brilliant out-door ' ' f etes^. at Stra'v^erry Hill to wliicli the gay world crowded; *110 fc merely for fashion's sake, hut with a frank .piirposo of onjoyniont. - Sho did not pretend to be a bluo, nor claim moro than avora'go literary attainments, but slio had an instructive good...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. My Mother's Song. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 16 October 1879

' ORIGIN AIL' POETRY.1 I My Mother's Song. How many wearj; days and years Of care, and grief, havo flown ; And oft' I'vo sliod most bitter tears . ; Sinco last I hoard that tono. Delicious sounds, how swoet to hear ? Amid tho family throng, In notes molodious, soft, and clear, My mother's much lov'd song. v That simp.Io unaffected lay A Possoss'd a soothing powor To chftso each fancied grief away, In childhood's thoughtless hour. Oft' on tho liv'lots crystal stream, Which muvm'rhig glides along, I'vo hoard, amid Soino fairy droam, My mother's gentle song. Somo fairy tale, in days of yoro, Hath forced from me a smile, Which told of fairy music's power, ? That would each heart beguile. Oh busy fancy, hasto and toll, If any fairy tonguo, , vr.Gan nttor sounds that could oxcell ... y. My mother's gontlo song. Whon to tho past's lov'd sconos I rovo, ' That samo enchanting strain, 1 Like music from tho realms abovo, Como rushing o'er mv brain. ? t. Thoso momouts form a 'blissful scono I'd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 16 October 1879

y.«t\J^A^ilj^.a;^(i-ucaii;8(lio?iomlidg.-5Voi,k^ Y; Y ? .; liig LUIJjOC.lC,iab6ut flvo:or six years old,; must bo waci-nntod sound and quiot. -» A': trial will bo roquirod. v'Aliply,' stating prico, to Mi. AI,Pfi.HD ELYARD, Uouullnn, ? i- 1 y ► m ? «1' IPsii'irtcr.sEtiii. ^ ., : T^j?OTI 01? :is ^hereby givon that tho partner- ' . ? JLl : ;ship': hroetoforo .'OxistiijK^bntwoon us as' - ; Gonoralv-Blacksniiths ,ai/l /Ifofflklioors, -has' ?? THIS DAY'bden DISSCfLXUlJ by StUTUAL : CONSENT,- iuul that all AC€yRIN''CS:dud to tlio' ' Jinn 'aro payablo, to,,AV. ir:J|!V'ICKSi who con tinues tho'businoss on his own account. . - AVlLLLAM.'HliNRY AATOICS,V , . ,, JOHN, AMPLER. '' . ' AA'i tnebs— Josui' it IlAiivr. v . Nowia, July i!r - ' For S:ile, A ttOG-OART and HARNI«S,/?ionrly now, Xjl and in firat-class order. /-,/ JOHNfeMlfflTfEL, «/ Nowra. Sarlc, SAW- -SP] NjDijJ-lXnL«emploto and now ; ' J-'X. nOvor used. Jfi{i:o, £u. A.pply at. tlio : ?olllco of this paper; . , IF«r. | AAVO PIANOS, soco...

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Boning a Chicken. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 16 October 1879

Boning a Clijclieti. Queen Victoria liris brought all hor oliildron up with ideas of strict economy, which it seems really needless to augmont. Hor daughter who married the Crown Princo of Prussia is, in this rospect, a child after hor mother's own lioart. On . tlio occasion of a lai'ge dinnor, givon not long ago, lior royal higlmoss wns soated at tho table with hor back turned to tho ' buffet' upon which tlio carving took piano, but on tho other side of tho room, directly opposite to hor, a long ! mirror roflocted faithfully what she was sup posed to ignoro, and thoroin she saw — oh,, horror of dishonesty ! — a head waiter take a chicken upon tlio fork, and, instoad of carv ing it for her gues'ts,'stick?it, fork and all, into tho wood under tHe'tiiblo. : After dinnor hor royal highness went as usual to tlio kitchon to soo what bocamo of tlio undo vourod food (for sorvants wero not allowed to touch that), and thoro she counted five whole chiokons. ' Whore,' said this excel- . lent h...

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MISCELLANEOUS. The International Exhibition. IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 16 October 1879

[?] Tlic International E\)iil)ition, - ? (From the Btdhursl Free Press. J . ? .'TV. ?' r Saturday was a 'people's day,' tho chargo , lor -admission having been reduced from halfa *'? cr\wn to ono shilling. Thero was no flaming ./ placards posted; convoying tho intilligonco to „ '-?the 'common herd;' yot that samo ' common : ' liord'. appeared to know nil about it, and flockod 'i.v.to tho grounds m thousands. From oyory dircc .? . tion. they camo, and big lungs and little lungs v ? wore thoro, from tho undersized -gamin who had r . squeezed- a-: ticket, :to tlio gentleman of largo ./proportions,* , with'-nmssivo cane; small hat, well . guarded white waistcoat; and' mugnificant oyo , glasses. ; Ladies woro thore, too, of course, and Radios ,tlioy we're — from .tho littlo .puss of five with , tight shoes to tho old dame of ago uumon //tionablo-eaU . ladios, and all there.- And how .. -' cvoiytody talked, and pushed, and stared ? The company was an exhibition of itsolf. I can n not toll...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 4 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 16 October 1879

Teleffragsliie SsmfeHHB^euce. -£?' i ? [FHOil OUll COltllESPONDEXT.] ' SYDNEY. Wednesday, 4 1-.M. Tho reduction of tho railway passongor fares: is loading, to a great influx of visitors to Sydnoy. ? :Savanaca - has suddenly boon, heavily backed for tho Melbourne Cup. ^ . There aro splondid- accounts just to hand from tho new rush near Cootamundra. : m - It is rumoured that tho Hon.' Will iam Eorstcr, lato Agont-Gonoial for New South Wales in Lon ..' 'don, will be a candidate for the roprosentation of ; ICiama,: and.. with Mr. Alex. Stuart' and Mr.«. . rEitzpatrick as his colleagues, form a formidablo opposition. Tho French Commissioner, Captain Mattliiou, of tho wai-ship Rliin, is giving a ball on a gi and scale to tho loading citizens of Sydnoy to-night. :v -t-Tho:Hon. John Laokoy has promised, a depu tation from the Rivorina district that ho would ; ., probably roduco; railway rates from Wagga.-to ? Sydnoy;: so' as:to ; make ..charges . equal - to : thoso :, charged'from Hay to Mo...

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Original Contribution. Jervis Bay. [PASSAGES FROM PRIVATE LETTERS.] [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 16 October 1879

????'? ^ Oi'sgassjuS GontB'ibwtiioBJ. . fen'iM ISsiy. ' ' ['PASSAGES' FHOM : PIirvATE LUTTEltS.l ? , My Doar 4 * * , — As you aro awaro, somo months have passed sinco I told you'-'I contom- ? plated a visit to the part of tlio County of St. Vincont namod Jorvis Bay, from, 1 suppose, tho: shoot of : wator which it onclosos ; and as you besought it, I promisod to tell you ' what I saw thore.iiina wnouior tlio description ot it givon by Mr. JS ? , at Ballarat, Victoria, soino fi vo or six years ago, is in my' opinion correct. ? Tlio his tory of tho naming of tho bay is alroady kiiown to you, so I will just commonco by saying that I started for Jorvis Bay from Nowra about 6 a.m.; and arrived at the norili wostorn cornor of tlio bay at 9 a.m. having travollod ovor 24 milos in throe liours. From this you will guess tho country travorsed by tho lino of road is at least pretty lovol, if not vory well looked aftor. Aftor loaving No.wra, wliich is tho Govormnont town ship of Slioftlhavon, tli...

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Commercial Intelligence. Sydney, Wednesday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 16 October 1879

: ; ?' Coiniuci'cial Intelligence. 1 [BY ELECi'lUO TELEGIlAril.] Sydnoy, Weduosdny, 5 pfm. I ? Tho quality ?: of hay coining to -lmnd; is ; inforioi-. : This has produced. a decline in prices,' and a reduction of from os to 10s por ton on ? : lucerne hay has taken place; making tlio quota , : tion for host about £A, whilo inforior. qualitios ; - aro oxcossivoly dull of salo at from £2 15s to £3 10s. ? Oaton hay moots with a ready demand at from £5 to £5 10s. Maizo continuos too plenti ful to moot with a strong demand, and tho ruling ? ? quotation is from 2s 4d to 2s ud. Of potatoos of '? all description tho market is vory baro. Hunter - ? River potatoes aro worth from £7 10s to £8, and , tho nominal price for Circular Hond lots, which - aro- not at present to be had, ist£10 por ton. i Onions aro worth from £10 to £11 por .ton; , lard, 2M to 4d per lb ; lllinraiT.i buttor. 'id to Cd ; cheoso, 5d to 8d ; baeon, 'Id to (id; beoswax, 8d to Od; fowls, 3s to 3s Ud por pair ; ducks; 4s Gdt...

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Shoalhaven Police Court. Same Day—Same Bench. SERGEANT GRIEVE V. T. BROWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 16 October 1879

te3iOHi3e!Jvej5 CwEirl. Same Day— Samo Bench. SEIIGEANT GlllE-VE Y. T. WtOWN. The information - set- forth that ; defondant (about' 14 years of ago), did on tlio SOtti'ultimo, assault and : beat ono Archibald Grieve' (a lad about 9 years of age.) .. Plea, not guilty. . - . ?? Mr. Richards appeared for tho dofenco. -The ovidonco of Sergoant Grieve and of the lad who had boon assaulted, was. hoard, and lrom thoir evidence it appeared that oil the 30th ultimo, during rocoss hours at ' mid-day defen dant struck Ai'cliy Griovo a' back -handod blow in tlio chest, causing liini to- trip, over auothor boy who was lying on tho gi-onnd, ahd fall head first on a stono which made a painful abrasion, on the back ol his hond, and a lump ' a.s largo as an egg.' It was also stated that the lad Brown had threatened to further injuro Archy Griovo by 'breaking his head for telling tho mastor.' - For tho dofenco sovoral urchins wore called, and in evidonco atatod that Brown ' pushed ' A. Griovo down. I...

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