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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 January 1888
)DR.:, JOhN S. WILSON, M.RI.O.S. EO., L.R.O.P.E., L.M. 1873, F.R.G.S. Exo., 1875, &c., Lato of Collinm-shvrt Ea4st Mflbourne; anod TLondon, Consulting and Operating Surgeon, "BRIGHTON VILLA," KIAMA, (Opposite Catholic Chapel.) AT HToin Iou O CONRULTATION : Mornings, 9 till 2. Evenings, 6 till 8. THE REPORTEER AND ILLAWARRA JOURNAL. " - n- 1 ý11 ý" PUBLISHRHD EVIRY WEYDNIiSDAY ANDnATURDAV" MORNING. SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1888. T1llBU11Ns, Dotlttlt, Ilciof flotetnti reotL A. 1- rolmoved to 1 Lyos T'orac?e22 L!ki'rpool "troot, 6ydnoy '' 0' .. I iTENDERIS req nied for S't'RIPPING Surfaoe . "of 10mbo Qunrryv will Ib roevolvod until. tlo: 20thli insietPut' :I'Par tinih2i oti 2n22blidld t atf2 : 12 ilice. , ; 2 ,m 3. ; it, DUNOAN SL~ION)D, , .,, , . . . ~ gi.i 7 A LL Shranro.8T2 0K J'll PA8 hl, 3 2 .p t h eo2 1 I 2,1ro h a d( r o 2 n b p pB r l!O g ! i ;.2 i r i, ? . h eo t i! poi~tird'nl~d ii'"por~do~l6'i;'? viiil?'alhd :rio'ifld,!otl'lt? ig and reinovilg tih bor, o r o21 th'i wiit...
SCIEEN[?]INGS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 January 1888
Ar th 9yeln7y 1'rec Itoral 1Eihibitioo' sher p aib oRnatt 5)0 VLions and 41000 oultril "'1I'ltIi...fO" 's von Governors of ithe Austra 'I 61: lditll 'al tlhe mgijvoilinlg of tlU0 Quoon's Stt re r ijqn~ts in Lonidon colobrallted . "1..s i s` .i.. oj lay .list Sunday by a esur ,vido lb thq jrio =1pcb FOt forojsng' ndl . lro.clsery business into a 'iniitpd .bility t: ,I?i1 a capital of £2,750,000 Was requirod, a4'tluI wilw..aubscribed 15 tilnos ,over. . ; . ALD attempt ?as. I c n madeo on the lifo of LoutIe.Olichell. She a s addressi'a mieeting of Anarchists at llavrre[ 'cloe no was lted at and "woundll. ,,.( Tur: Colnic\Chiff, boyd for Westerl' Austr£a list, ce ino cIllisio', with ia Oeirman btlarque' in the Bristol Chalnul. The latter satnk, but. the crow was satved A landed at Fahlmoutfh. Mil, SU'Hlli . tIl at lllImoliotivolel molndo in the colony .iiii h or ,l e Iuporvision of our own officors, a rth 30ll or 10, or oven ,C() per cOntl more than ;r4rept 1any113' of thi i.mpotlatlion...
MR. JOHN BRIGHT ON FREE TRADE IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 January 1888
MR, JOHN' ~RI? HT ON FRE TRADE : IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Mnu, WIsu, biong tired of hoaring tho etate ioent thlit the frootradora of the Anti-torn Law Longuo had oarried on their work in the con ldounco thalt othler nations would follow thoir example, wrote to the Right lion. John Blright upon the aubjoot, enclosing two oxtrlact from ipooohon by Mr. Abbott and Mr. Carvan, to the effoot that thu Anti-Corn Law Luague wore always lbuoyod up by falAo hopos. Mr. ]3righ1t has monb tho following reply : " Ono Aul, Rookhdnlo, " Ducombor 10, 1887. "Dear Sr,--I novor hold the opinion that tho roform of the Lnrifl would ho at once fol lowod by a liko chango of policy in otlhr coon tric?. If Mr, Oubd olu ooxlnrurood auch an opinion, of which I havo no roo llection, I can only any that he hnad ora faith in the colmouunuon of other nations than I had. "Au to tihe chanug of olroumntanooan inou the your 1810, It is ovory way ill our favou'r, for wo lhavu had 40 yo1ra of frootradoo, and all the facto are...
FIRST ROUND. FIRST DIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 January 1888
"~ ,F:;irnS ROUND. itt . 0 , re, Dppto ; ; "' .;`1 Othor starters - B,' Besoa1, W:.. Bl6iwnvi and S. Smithore. i?i "i 41 secs. SECoONI ,?)WISON. H II. Hart, Kiama '..::; ... :.. ' 1 Other starters :--T. H. Spilks. and T. Saunders. Time, 15 eces. TIllitD DIVISI N. \j O. I-Iarding, Gorrigng .. . .. Other starters :-\V. Iollotto and . A. Lu Tino, 15) socs. */ FOURT'li DIVISION. , T. 'Searlo, Wollongong ... ....... ()thor !starters :--J, II. Simpson, ?r Spinks, aid D, Davis. Time, 15 soos. IFTI:: 1 ,DIVISION. A, Gribbl bi uiul ... ... ... ... ... ... Other stnrtors :-W. Lewis, W. Olnrke, and O.'Anderson.. Time, 14 } seas. A protest wias cntooed by Olarlko, who rnll secld, against the winner of this ovont,ý'f)or having givon an in. corrooet account of his previous performances; anld he was thoroupoi disqualilliod. RIXTII DIVISION, S. Qiilty, Wollongog ........ 1 ' Other starlors :-D. lI. VI'inoln, land. Thes, Sl$iiL Timo, 15 seconds,. . EVNT? 1) IVISI N., J. Townoy, Wollongng ,.: ;... .....
WOLLONGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 January 1888
WOLLONGONG. L[iROM A COIL:SI'ONIDi:NT.] THe, principal event in connection with thf centenary hero was tho.,prografinmo of sports organised by the Illnwarra United Societics. Thlo sociotio a nsoembled at thie rnaiway:bridge, and, formed an imposing procession, in which the Manchester Unity Ordr of Oddfellows, Anciunt Order of FPureslcer, Grand United Odd Fellowa, Good Temipliars, Sons of T'liilpr anco, end Illawarra Benolit Society, were ro preaontid. Tlhe processioin maiirched, headed by tile Centomlial Hiind, fromn thei bridge to tllo corner of Corrii:ial-st'reCt, which w.;i consideorcd sulliciont so far ts the piiurposes of a dt(iiionsr:ti:' tion wore concerned, it being more con'vue?iont tlhat.lthe persons coinprising it tohould lind their way individually to the eceono of. the sports. Tile procossion theorefore diBatilmld ii .tle spo8it montionoed, after giving throee chlie ' for the' Quoon, when, with few if any xceoptions thii'eo who ihaid nimrcihed.in it, wont by various m p...
MEMBERS' RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 January 1888
MEMBERS' hRAE: J. Kirby, Wollongong , .... ... ,,, ,, . 1 BIOYOLE RACE. -- Weekos ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 1 ILLAWARRA N ATIVES' RACE. A. Fox ...... . .. ... ...... ... J. Murphy ..... . ... ... ... ..... A, Boatson ... ... .. ,.. ;.. .. . This ovont was ovontually won by Fox, Araoo for boys undor 12, naskippin oa ntoat, iand a baby show, formod part 'of tho dayse pro grnu'Ino, The final hoeat in the big handicap ,tka s ilnoo oin Saturday. I'vonturo to issign' ptho ilaoa of the contostants as follow : Townly, 1; Daro, 2; Hardilg, 3,; Browln 4.
SECOND ROUND. FIRST DIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 January 1888
SECOOND. RO.UND. FIIWt I DIVISION. G, Dare . ... r . ... . 1 Othor stnrtor :--J, Calisn ld TV., Oll?lio'o Time, 14) soces, . i EIOND DIVISION. 0, Harding .. .... 1 Othor atnrtora :--W, E, ,Quilty and H. Boatus, Tnimo,~14, sooes, '17ISII) DIVISION, A, E Brown .... ...... ... . , .. 1 Other storters':- II. Ha. IIrt and T; Searlo. Timeo,' 15 soon, FOUIRTI . DIVISIONI " J. Townoy ... .. .......1 Other stnrtor :-- Allison. Time, 15 sooa,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 January 1888
Many Medicines Now on tho marketo owo whlat virtue they possoss to the presence of powerful antl poisonn out dr(ug.. D' it.t,'s ('idney and Liver) lerrli nreo purely ogetnlilo, and will not injulr Ltho feeblest and most dolicnat porEon, "PASRs, Berlin, and olther foroign cities turn their sewage to profit, why not London ?" askA Bailey Denton in a recent lecture delivered in ndvooncy of a plni: wherboy the vnst bulk of London sewago cn l.bo ntilisool. The dalily quantity from a city of 4,000,000 inhabitants is ,ver 220,000,000 gallone of sowngo,' and thlis is surged tp and down by the tide in the lowor reaches of the River Thnnames, depositing acres of fmtid slime. poisonous to the country round. The plan proposed is to impoundl the tlhousands of nares of sownge on some land lyIng below the rivor level, there to deposit the Hrl dge until thie laned be raierd In th olovel of the oe?ilnnlrinet. ieaonnwhile, the oflllnt seowage will be conduc toed by irrigating canals, and ovontl?ally ...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 January 1888
VESLW AN. Brrvicae will be e.onectcd In thle WeRloynn. Church, on Bunnay next, an follow A . . *- Kinmn, aStI Ram,--1Ir. a. A. SRmrvelo. . ?limne, nt 7.A pn:.--T.r. T Itolden, 0Tnmhroo,, at 1 ate.-Mrr, W. C(ornafrd, Jrmleroo, nt 7,0 p~m.-? Mr. . Graham. Old Plnoe nt 2.O pim.e -Mr. 0. Cousnel,. ' Grrrniteont, nt 11 n m.--Mr. W. Cooke, (en'lngnnta, at 7.00 pn.-lMr, . A, Romerville. SFoxaeround, at II n.m--. r J. utledgoe. Bhellhlrbeur at 11 n.t.--Mr. J. Ornhnm,
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. QUADRILLE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 January 1888
LOCAL AND DISTRMIOT NEWS, QUAI)IDILTlIA AnHRBIILY., A quadrillu,ituosnbly, the lirit of a serios, to be ropolitodlOvoriy alternato Wodnelady, will taklt phlao at the T poturanco H.ll on WodnoLs day niixt, . ; , , , , ION P 'AII, C. A' rumour having hIocomi to some extent currant that tho Alhlion Park shoiw pavilion had boon destroyed byflro, Mr, J. D. Mlooro, who happoned to bo in Knlla yosterday, inqiredo by tolograph about 6 p,ml, an to the trllth of thlo nattor, ailh wan iinformllo that no uloh aooldeit hl takoil plhaco, DAFPO 8110W, 'l'ho nanmo of the prinolpal prio.nltakra i In the horso andw outlleo sootlonl at theo aovo show coar roespond vry unrlyl witllh those of the winniors of simhnilar honoursl at Alblon Park, llsurse, flindinarllih lroa., howover, form a oonslpinoul oxr?tlialn, as tlhoso. getillmoItn II ll, we bohuvo, slint thbl' hors'tsan to )tilynoy. U, L I lIOU ll 'io ll l 0NtiIOUp Hl, Wu obuervo that aI, largo addition to Mr. T. Ilualuy's oustlbltililllnt, the Harbo...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 January 1888
MIBOELL .N0VUB, A lADIroat has occurred ini the negotia. tions for the suttlement of the Onnadian itsheries disputo, owing to the rejection' of the demands formulated by Sir Oharles Tiip. per, .the Oanadiln'cominissinner. Thio com-, mission has declined to take into considtdra. tion the question of commercial reciprocity betwoon Canada and the o'United tates, PLAU?ui of amucoment in London, pro. vidod they are located in. convenient centres, are a better investmaen for capital than ovan Australian gold mines or Broken. Rhill'sliidea. "The £100 shares of 1 the Em. .piro Theatro Oomnpany, upon .which only ,£50 hase?bolii jpaid up, are now changing hands an £300, rm'prosenting a nut' prollit to the original holders of £250, Mnl, O'lUI3 N, who was roloased fromn Tul lnanore Onol on .1friday, whlore hi was under. `going a torm 'of sik' sleeks' ilnprisonment, is 'in a very low statloof health, iHe has linen pllysically slhattnered, and hsli health lhas con. p?itely broken dlown, Ills mdli...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 January 1888
We noticed in a recent issue a project for the federation of the British Empire, as developed in a pamphlet written hy a gentlo: man dwelling in the distriot-in Wollongong, to wit-and entitled the " Genesis of Federa. tion," Among the public men at preseit as sembled in Sydney, the general subjeotl of federation, both local and .imperial, can hardly fail, one would think, to be more or less fully discussed'; and we have beoono aware that a lecture on tile sublject was to be delivered last evening at Wollongong Iby the head master of " Illawarra Oolloge "' in that town, the author of tlhe pamphlet above mentioned, Wo may assume that the loeture .was delivered, and may hope that the author's ingenious and woll-thought-out plan for:one of the most important of all possible objedts, - will at least moot with better ap. prooiation among the people of Wollongong thaii it would be likely to do in Kiama, Important as the sulject is, howover, and oreditable as the project .dveloped in tie pa...
MR. W. F. BUCHANAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 January 1888
MR. W. F. BUCHANAN. IN a speech delivered at the Colonial Insti. tute, London, Mr. W. F. Buchanan of Syd ney, said that, although the colonies could absorb a very largo nubcer of such emigrants as navvies, agricultural labourers, and soer vant girls-the latter being always sure of anployment-yet there was little demand for artisans, save in Victoria. If England desired to emigrate, as it appeared she did, any large number of her population, he thought it would be hotter if some arrange -ments .were made with the colonies more comprehensive than those which now exist, Hu did not beliove that the self.governing polonies would be disposed to go very far in the diroction of setting apart largo areas of land for the settlement of emigrants; but ha called attention to the waste land in' Western Australia, which was still a Crown colony, under the control of the Imperial Government. lHe suggested that arrange ments might be made with the Secretary of State for the Colonies to set aport sui...
THE CENTENNIAL PRESS BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 January 1888
THE CEINTENNIAL PRESS BANQUTET, Tue contonoial banquot to the journalists of the Australian ooloiloes, whioh was organised in the moat liberal iannor by the proprieotors of the Evening Nelos, anid to which we rooontly maon tioned having roooived an invitation, though un. fortunately in vain, took plaeo on Woednhesday ovoening in the Town Hall, Sydney; and rip. pears to have boon a groat and nqualliled floe. coss, About a lundrod.and lifty nowepapors colonial with few exooptionis-wore represented, aml a oonsierlable number of additional;guests also attended, Several gontlomna: moade spooohos to more or loss good purpono ; the longest beiolng that of Sir .Henry Parkus, who in the course of hlis addross denounced ilio BUllo tin In good set tormis--oinobody having inter-o juotoed the haIon of. that papoer-tlhough a repro. eontatlvo of the oestablishmon wan present. " Well,' said he," as solmomno has ititorjoloted thu naine ofE.a owepapeo I-may say thatI neovor eor that paplr. I havo mad...
THE RABBIT PEST IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 January 1888
THE RABBIT PEST IN AMERICA, TIu rabbit chasd-at Pixley was' a grandsuc cess. Between 200 and 300 people had as sembled by 10 o'clock, anxious to give battlh to tho pests that are so diestructive to bur grain and alfalfa fields. J. B. Priest was chosen leader of the forces, and he addressed them in a few words, stating the plans that had been adopted for the drive. No dogs or guns ,wore to be permitted during the drive, and nothing more deadly than a fenco rail was deemed advisable on the grounds. M. F. Pixley and Mr. Doran were chosen assistants, and the dettaeclhleut moved away to the scenhe of operations. Nearly all circled around to the south side, instead of divid ing and half going around to the north, as it was afterwards demonstrated they should have done, .and, taking in a scope of three or four miles, they began to close in to the mouth of thle V. Those who witnessed tihe bounding mass of jacklcrabbits, as they swept along over the stubble and short alfalfa, ,where there wa...
The Kiama Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 January 1888
The Kiama Railway. 'IIR 'olnfolnia little pIcmc of eaonlineed Information regard Ing tihe ralnay rrnml?ementn ota be ?nftol to nome of our rmnder :--'ro one imin ordinarily available leave Rlnama at 0 nm. reiahbo Wrillongon at. 0.l 7 (lantln at 7), andl m'acche Clifon at 7.00. Waterfall, for wlhich poinlt thn ronrh onrt nt soonnn no the paInIenerOll 1h t train have hlnd timo to trnanfer tlhtnmelvco, iH reiached at 10.20; nnd Sydney nt 11,26. Tie relnrn train leaovos Rydney at 2., ntld Waterfall atn .O. Thie conoh ix xnipnsed tO reacnh Cliftonnt Sp m;, nad tim trai1 to gie. to WVotllon?ron?"r nt t.il.t, and to Ittnta tt7.0t,.ii ttin c;didxv thie opcýial tront for thint day leanvens Ttlmn at B.l pn., Wollnnronlg at 10, nand Clifton at 10.,0. Tle doo trainl leaven Clifton at 11 p.m., Wollon gong at 11.47' antd renebes Kianma at 12.00.
CENTENARY DAY IN KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 January 1888
1ENTTATNAY DAY IbN XIA1A, ON Thuradnyy aInt, thI coatolnnty of lriltlall Anatralian, K?inna prouontbd the vary idoeal of a qilot country town, lhaltover anmount of ju. hilntidn Iny ha duo to tho fleot tnht our oololy han huon in oxistnnco for n hundred yours, no proparatlon haind Ieoen tlado hara ftoruny publlo oxp rolniot of foolin u of that n?aturo; anId prt. bl' thy Lh(o (o wat the anmlo III manly-p-rhn' o moast of thie country towna of the uloany. T u1101o1a of viltora to the IantropoaI frtum all pnrtl of th 'uotintry nppanra to ihvu houn III. 111011HO i alt it wiVs tated n(u ral A vol idan' ir valOHly in noI10 of the Bydneoy IppaOI IIalt ho wholu of Ith noooliuotdation it ith hotola", Oven to tll) billiard rooms, had hbouin takuin uip, W do atol know whothur vialiora frolm our illu riot hinad at that thno ooutrilutnd ImIttih 1 Low~lr thi gtnural reoallt; Ibut froum Monday tuornuhig uni. hidurabl IiniInbtor of ouar towniVibnn iand othlltrH ruaurtu?d to theu stunto.ho?at aidi rit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 January 1888
IN 11)0 IntV0I !P OriclceL i.~ '7)001 p.0iin & ii e'1~118S~B~tC h, the0 ThOeN'c\V SouF) ~~1odeicVcf lost 3~7r 3C SF8 LLJ IXAOLS. MII'6UAIV L SO:LLO 0 UC1 Wciti' I.··· A YA/ASOJ~~-[IB, nt yecfli UOT (.. nt .' , I ih A, t , , P1 , ran iclnag li,?tis b' aeslr ' sanctioli a' vote of 0,0100 ma t iiit with theoarryini ouit. ii(the ha raaeio Scouta who wsor sentpu, fs 4th Ji i forces conceontrated at i '?ni ,t..p - l nteoti the Abyssinian positiopi ioi? ;,r i'f' ',; wali, roport that tho a u. too f of hAbyssinian troops It is rumnoured that Mr Td'Chaibcrlain, the Britislhreproesltatia',ojn the Iiatlna.onial Fi'ihrics Conhlinsioai, ' be aipointed to succeed the Marquis of indoW nias Governtor Georllof Canada. ". Her Mn ?kiiy rinoent has ,su'gestccd thaitianada should ona'P 0sin with ai view to the ettlelment ? lries dispute. Tlib compaiative lul has recently oc, currcd in the minllaci g,?vloplnouts of the Euriop'tll comiiplicatiolns, aRe bero aken nd the war scare has ban ru ,ed wit...