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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1888

MISCELLANEOUS, Tuni Pope advises Irish pilgrims to act with due respect to justice and the law of the land. TiHe Pacific Islands Trading Company has been registered in London with a capital of £120,000. A. Pe''vITloNL in favour of the universal abolition of sugar bounties is being prepared by the Belgium sugar-makers. BEAHo is now engaged coaching Kemp for his match with Olifford on Saturday next. He is understood to be of the opinion that Kemp will will his first championship match. AT a private meeting of exporters in Leon don, at which 100 firms were represented, a, committee was appointed to devise steps for breaking the monopoly of the shipping ring. We (Eono) are informed that Mr. Lilly white received a cablegramn on Friday stating that there would be no difficulty in obtain. ing any number of first-class footballers for, the team which it is proposed to bring out to Australia. TuE sixth report of the Executive Comn missioners for the Melbourne International Exhibition shows t...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MURDER NEAR ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1888

THE MURDER NEAR ARMIDALE, TinI following particulars about the above tragic event are extracted from tle AnatI. DALK Exeneiss :-"The suspected murderer had beoon knoking about the mines since Ohristmas, and was never known to be pos. sossed of any money. On the Saturday Ie. fore. last, Stapleton, afterwards murdered, went to Hillgrove, anid after looking about him returned to Armidalo, where he got a miler's right, returning to Fant's Hotel, at Hillgrove, on Tuesday. On Wednesday morning the suspected murderer and his victim breakfasted together, Stapleton being heard to say something about looking out for a mine. Both men then disappeared, liut during, the day the suspected murderer was seen walking. with a man very like Staplnton, the former carrying a pick on his shoulder. Never more was Stapleton seen alivi, but the supposed murderer returned on Wednesday evening to Fant's Hotel and played cards, handing over some silver and a note for his losses. No one seems to have suspected ...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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LESSON VI.—COLOURING BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1888

LESSON VI.-COLOURISG BUTTEBI Is it necessary to use artificial colouring 1 The public taste, espooially in London and other large English towns, demands a high. coloured butter, which, except in the months of May and Juno, will generally require a colouring matter to be used, The best inethod of colouring is to add the colouring matter to the cream before the churning is commenced, The proper shade of colour is a bright straw. The best material to colour with is the preparation manufactured by M'Mastor and Hodgson, and Mallon, of Dublin, is very good ; and also that of Messrs. Moyer and Honckol, of Copenhangn.

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1888

WflILT~YAN~mad~ lrrlo Services will 0n nnndluntod in tlio alloyun Cl rol, on oundny nenx Ilt "n llrv :-o Klnlnn, nt 11 n.in.-Th, 1r. .Cornfonto. Riltf, at 7.30 p.m.-flnv it. Ri. linoaR innbliron, at 11 nd.-Rltv. f. 1. 1100100 Jamb1iio, It 7.M1 pin-Titi. IV. Cocks. (311 Pllno, nt. 10.13 p.m.-Omov. 13. it. Itowol. lovernttnng, nt 11 n~m.-Mi. r. Toklkil Ooimmintfln3 nt 7.13 p.r-nlnRv. A it, am31 , 00011 1nxoo1.fltul, at. 2,10 p.in.MI . (3. . 8lnnrvlllo. . Shelilmrbmm r It,ll naln.--not O . Clirasonl

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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LESSON V.—CHURNING. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1888

LEBHON V.-OCIUIINING. What is the ojooct of churning 1 To re lease the butter fat from the globules or angs in itliich it is contained, without iljury to its linlp grain, How long ought oream to stand before ohurning 7 It is not necessary that it should stand at all, but the flavour, especially of keeping hutter, is improved by standing; it should ho achurned-eithlr swwet or just when ithlas very sllghtly turnedo, rcam should ripen, though not allowed to go sour before S it is churned. In hot woatlher w have found " Glacialino " very useful to. keep it swoet for three or four .days. S May fresh oraam be added to standing c' . oream before churning 1 Not'unless they S roe well mixed and allowed to stand for at Sleast a oouplo of hours. SIs it a good plan to slightly sour your 'ream before ohlurning I It is generally .' andopted in Denmnark and Sweden, by adding .a small quantity of buttermilk- an hour or Stwo before churning. At the Dublin'Dairy Show, 1870, tho butter which got first...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1888

CON 1U'OA'PTONAT oCrrnifl, CIElCrwTNCONG. Tlhe flov, 0. lvig1hwny conrnurcts -emwicat eovey 9Rncny an follnwH:- 7 clzzlrlgoag, at.11 amn, Pdnd 7.l0 p~m

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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LESSON IV.—CREAM AND CREAM-SETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1888

LESSON IV.-CREA.M AND OReA-SHETTING, What is cream i Inini'tely small globules or bags, containing butter, .which, being lighter than milk, rise gradually to the sur face. Do all the oronm globules come to the top 1 Some are so small they would not rise in a week. It has been ascertained by experi mont that all tlat is profitable will rise in thirty six hours, at a temperature of 60 dog. What remains in tho milk, though it might slightly increase the quantity of the butter, would injure its quality and llavour, . Why does croeam rise quicker in warm weather? Fat expands with heat, and the cream globules expanding geo lighter, and rise more quickly; and vilo. vcessA in cold weather, the globules contract and get heavior, and rise to the surface moreslowly. Whlat is the blest depth to set milk for cream.sklmming The question of tempera ture largely enters into the consideration of setting milk. A. a rule it may be taken, the warmer the weather, the shallower the setting,' the colder t...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1888

1l OAN ..QATJTOLTA. pjvdny' NCVt -1ILo4 fit 11 pp Ill. 1CTan)a.;m ' 3itina (Oevening) I past 7 injlditlon I Tho; editor rgqoof a tlltt thi ,unmaont Iooln p of tin dottrlot. all faiwarn aaaaoonoatan oflr nscIrvinon to tOInIt Iran than to thau to Iihotninroioa noitoin1 w inaton notwill inalll anon uto 0Inortod goattal

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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LESSON III.—MILK AND MILKING. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1888

LESSON III.-MILK AND MILKING. I- How often should a cow be milked ? Twice in the twenty-four hours, and earn should be talcen to milk regularly at the same time each day. It is often advisable to milk a newly-calved cow, or one with a great flow of milk, three times a day. SWhat are the characteristics of a good milker ? Gentleness, cleanliness, quietness, and quickness, and the more rapidly a cow is milki d the better; thle milker should never dip her fingers into the milk ; it is a dirty habit, and wet fingers are bad for the teats, Milkers should be particular not to have long finger nails, which so often irri tato and injulro tle teats. Before commen cing to milk, the cows' houses should bIo cleaned out, and the cows' udders either washed out or brushed over with a coarse cloth.

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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The Kiama Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1888

The' 'Kianva -'Raiwa3 . Tire wllrriing ilo iece f bonB1n4a B Inforlmntinn rennlpd log tine rnilny nri'rnonwlnwlfos nay in oafml Int snlno of Oui' rnemmn '-Thin ono cn odiinariiy' nvsmiimilnlo lenvm Cilnins ,`:iat 0 11.1o., oi0gii'i'.t'allougowt Lt ,1 07 (ievinn it 7),. rul' minhtoieqCyltonh'at,.7dO. , .Wiitanriill, i Withylri~l imnoit tin ,,nnnhm ol')tl ri oion nio yim p IIId0')11 iL' ý)in P n in litny 1110 i1,titind t;;'tr;i;':fe r t~iicllvei. 1 Jel (ll'roOJ: l0,2i(i ; cool: R AilllO\ "ina 11,20.: Thim reinen train laer y Rlady o n£' o.r, nld TWotn)(oiot~R.79.. ''I~innnan!im HIn nanOnnI. tn,mtumOim i'~iftnn nt ti p,»p .l ini ti t lenin In geft thii!i)qnnong sk (1.1 inlto Kilminn M tO.' On' Raitndiinv tin ipt1tdtiir1 1tA for that an, 2000c Itamnni nat 2.1) n.mn., Vollonnonng lit 10, andi Cilfloi ti0t 1.r0,0, The dmnwni iri'n lenveis Olifton nti'i. p1n1 :V.,; ollno gnng at 11.ii n:ti'm'nr iitahe Itinm ait 12,tt.

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DAIRYING MATTERS.—(Continued.) LESSON II.—COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1888

D IM TING MATTERS.-(Continueo.) tudfo:4 It.-dorli% A cow. is a complicated and bealtiful ma chine for the manufacture of milk, from the food and drink given to her. Is all the food taken by a cow turned into milk I More than one-half is required for the sustenance of animal life, and to give running powers to the machine, In feeding a milch cow what points ought to be attended to I To give her food that is best adapted to keep up animal life in full vigour, and in a state easy to digest; such as will be calculated to give a flow of good rich milk. When house-fed, to feed at f a.m., 7 a.m., 12 noon, 4 p.m., and 7p.m. What is the best feeding for a cow 7 In summer, good grass-as the autumn comes on, supplement with cabbage, cracked oats and bran. In winter and spring, best clover hay, along with a mixture of 41b. cracked oats, 21b. pahn nut meal, 31b. bean nmal. or rape cake meal, mixed in a thick gruel and given twice daily, with first morning and last evening feed ; after the first ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1888

DR. JOT-HN . WIL SO()N MR'7.O.Sr.. Th~ie~l r2,R0IP,E,, LM. $I78 * 1.R.G.S. ENG., 1871, &a., anteo of Co1Ifoo-otrot: EnRt beobolt no;; nn~d Tooitoi,' aonbiuttini and` 6, Opotin ,Sii;rgdoo "BRIIGHTONV.TLTI ·::AAMKTA A, (Ojploite" Ca ho ic' (!hapel,) AT r ioME roiRl O N8Ur.rAginNT : !Moringns, 9 till 2. Eyvnings, 6 till? S. THE RIE POR TER AND ILLAWAT RA -JOURNAL. ?PUBLIS111ED EVUY YVIDNI:SDAY AND SArUIlDAY MIORNING. WEDNESDAY, FE]3ARRUA RY 8, 1888;

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COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camdon Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1888

Southl ConRt and V!uest. OCnlon Oo.opl,rativu ' mpany (Lhnitd..) BurTrn.-A/xlight imp rovemnonI hIl takoe place in values, aid a good dlmanld oxiot? for best: butlor at hi IihaA t loim(1 . ,,oaon.-.-ooll.m oitsullltIII oll SOhaoa ' ý- ' plitIfuI and pricao onsieor, 1iggu, V?y ii ?i Poultry,-- Salo. vri dull and quality in 'iltleo,--Slilghtly. lower, owing in largo imo porinthiois of fr;oign' ia i\Vrw iloi !is .inforiour,', S' Potatios;:-1rirllaiilnhooluaiuolting vith rblyad d'llba at iifr nm' 7 . to 80a ,lui' toi, . : I Ilny (1 Ttorilo);-Marhkt glutllud pr imrni tLh' abolt 42m Oil libr tl : hFllowing isro tho qotatidon tlttari par , i .... ' 0 to '0 0 ?: Dittliu, sucon). 0.: 0 0 0 " 3 Fitto1'y .......... 0..... ;0?/ 2,:. 00 27 Cheooi ...;.:..g.......... 8 0 .''1 adohh iilcindoin). 00 10 :' 0 0 8. oyDper (i. b'.; .:?. G 0 O , 0 0 7 Tallo'wper tan.;.. 1 0 0 15' 0 Flo~uis, p(ud tn...) 10' 0 0 ' 0' 1. 0 1)a (I lnhhmuiiio l)l, c .ra ,O L ,, 0 i 0O ;0 7L ,'+ Uhr' ' 0l;A u.l....;.. 0 '"00 ...

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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1888

Pmteofnnt Allanceo meooo Fob. Ib, nt7.30. No. 12, ,O,TL,, m s t . 2b , at 7,80. No, 77, ],.O.TL, 0moot Fob, 22, nt 7 pnm. No. 115, ,O.L, ino?, t Fob. 20, at 7.00. No. 140, T?O.T., mnool' lob. 27, at, 7.,0 pm.'. B0ns 9f 0 Toippinnni0o;jNot 27, !aiiots 1ob. 8,,' , 7.00. (.j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1888

Busin Directory. MIA. ARNOLD, MIS E. & A.) Dressmakeors . Manning- t ; ASHE, DR. ' hysician and Surgeon, . Market Squ ATKINSON, Builder, &o, Vineo Countge, D 1. AYAZA, tEI" ur n acfd Carter, Man BEVAN, W. J., Tai bor, $.1 ';erralong* ROWN, FRANCIS, Ti uith, &"GC . long-street. , L ROW'N, GEORGEi NO e & Generanl ot, '.1 errlollg-? treet. *g-B yg4; )O 1 3,,.1 Stcekekpor,' S I? Tini P!nto Worker, Terralong-et. CIAMPBELL, ED., .Boot and Shoo Makjc; MAanning-street. do tcnnr g t I: t CO., ,enot: i Storekoperos, C Matrlcrng.reot. '.:. :.;., .: IOLEMAN c L OCKl'lJ', Coiitiantu"ae turcrc?, 'tralung-,cc o redf ". lUhLUl' 1.' 4i O e Saloc" SDtv tH,-? ,i alh a nn, v o-tr-", " C WA L'L' i..l.R, Iloue..Palnter and .)Aorator, rerrilong-stroot. o ,R 8& SON, Ltbat avdl.Jo aui n ." i, Kiana an;d Gorringong. R O I JolN, Coal D)ealer, Boul Boong lrTZ P ? 1I[P, Sa ler & & iarces ,m S LESHorse Shor & Geni B.llhelia iith, Terr'along-strsot. ...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1888

* PH i3YT1flTA 'A1;.' Seivlnoaq wllb coIloout'1 ind tIho Vrwlyto'lan QClumtlioa on Siyanp noot.by.pThiJ. ,Wilson as follorow ,rnlmemroo, oh II .1. n Moam, at 2.8o p.a0, Iinnot, at 7.30 pan.

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1888

ciTUTrilO OF ENOLAND. Dliino Service will ha n.dulatcd o, Sunday noxt in thl, CMrch of England Chtwolios by tAD fov. 3. I. I1'Prc, as follows : St., GOolrga', Orrralglnaag at I .nm, Chrit', Churcli, at'7.IO, p.m.-S"aiujaot: ".Lying, or Lies, Wluito land fllnca." AI Inul Dl tlrihutianh of PTiroc nt.2,OO p.m. to tIo O. E. Sunlay Schlool enhotLas, .Parents nld fClendas lnvited. ChrIls Cltroth, Kainnm, at 11 a.m,-vIr. John Holbrook. Scrvicos w11 I conndatedol In lta Chiurcl of Eiginnd Tnrbhano, ald: Slalhslbour, on Stau?lay natt , by thie Rlav. E, Crlisford, nafollows: ,Jtambrenoat 11 : am '. . Shollharbour, at7,.10 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1888

T'll, good lioiRhowifr, wholn 8lo ia giving her linth o ilts pring renovatliing, Phould bear IIi minl'd that 1to dlnr ilniatlo of li r Ihous: nro moroe preoiDou (Ihn al II?Iny .hmises,' and ' tlat thihilr; ytoiiint .Ileed clentnilaig ly puri'ying. (ho blood, recglhtillg lho Hestomlath anld howels to provolit and ciur thlo disensoes arlsing fion spriig mailarin And 11m iniiit, nnd' llo intast know that thloro i. nlthlli Illhat will do: it ?n porfoctly and surely. na Dr.Soulo's: Aliorlkan flHop ]Billora,'l to inrelt and lioHt of ntmdioin., "1 Concord Nl, II.Pntridt,"' .OHJLN REEKS, " .OOD'S' ,,UILDIINGS, .ERRALONG STREET. T HE following is a list of Musical Instruments which w' will'be foundovery cheap at the above Establish mtnt, and of a variety seldom equalled out of Sydney. VIOLINS from 27s Od to 70s-riv, difforelt kinds in stock. niod inice ACCORDElONS. A special lino in those, stool roods, very nicoly finisheodiiinsub. sltntial rao;r prico 25H, Also Gurman silver roods. FlOUIltK...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, TUESDAY, 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1888

TELEGRAPHI{ INTELlGrOENCE,. (FROM' oU owN con?u?s ,,Ylr ) SYDN f~ U 'JVi'OisY), 9 p.nh. Talo it) 4li ?ot.l lnt EBgleand v the minnt'('id teai , i'.Nsltcd "eoitc for the Eng. hiushteihy 5 wickold?, , . iEr. Wise is about tBr i cgo tihe Attolo yehi p General; nothing definie 3't decided. . At nioon to day it wao exactS 00 yo ra?a-i? the Britishl fl.ig was.9flicially hoisted ill Atra. S "' " Lidondon, Jalnr"t4. The oflfcial te?xt of the treaty of allaiolm 'f 1879 a laHn bt?n Lnutaneouly pbri.0' at lorlini \ienlia, andt Poe ; .th ll. hlomnary ~lesa o liirShe i' itt allianto is p't Ipuy detofenisive clenharactor. 'ls first artoloe of the tiiaty provides tIhat dthel ie0 shall lesist ally attaen i on eilhor of thea siga toreas hy'tlussia. TIko ttcond pio.vidqe that.iF ;y oithlir power (lOeariinu Fgot'lei;jaltali anttack oitllri'i nld Rulcia joinis troi attalhfitiug powv?er or in ll· tilulnaces eithti offthllai.t4 lowbus, 1hei latter mnltallyt agio?rb' 1to? )?, - t?l. acke.tl polwer to thci...

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SHELLHARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1888

. ,.. a SHELTTýBOU3VB , . ' (t doM 01 O mcO anc u P sdvt' ) SArono tlaat was a a diay of: sport ill this plac. Fist wvo hnad a diolcat muitch Liotwtcdn a local team and olio froma A?iidi Piiilk. 'I uiolorata1ni' hlutt'th'l visitori aliE ourt Imoi: throrgh limroporly, at all bvoeits in' thoUe ,t?Biti iags .byf which the match was dcidedc., :d · hu o again a tolun from Olifton arrived by traiil.ov oriihbtl aJcl Jdol Sitturdlay entered into a rifloa matoh with our': lcil: kniiglits of Itho. tr igom' "Thi; J'ao t w` b ; !wt s:,'uiftvoarablo .for rifle shlootiny,. The winid wit stitiiiug and puffy, with antipjwrosivo hltnt,. 1JHwov?lr', tiring was Icoptu with vigonr.all day.; and thu mnatch wts conohdlujdo atl boutfive b'elook., I anplolndtho oLoiioi, by which it will' i ?doon that tho visitors iv0dlb dofaotod ,by tweonty :loints,t At the con oluaiimfi' ae atoktho twotleics ilt idown to astiubt?ntial'dinnor at the RoysliHotul, whou tLio customanry toa?i?ti'id o dtily' lioiiohrod, Our Oli...

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