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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY, 7 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 February 1888

TELRAPHIC INTELLIGr E Oo. (FROM OUn OWN CORIutaloNDNT) ) SYDNEY, F$OnAY, 7 P.M. THI second intornatlonal oricket nmatrlhcomn* monecod on tho Assoonlation Grounld to-day at noon; Scorbs : EnI/glltno n, all out for 113, ;" Mr, Fostelor is t+mlontnod for tle judgoshpip vnecantd,byMi. Jutoldn Faucaltt. Tiem ?e? oo: u the p op opresntid itoho lloynl Sydnoy Yacht Bquandron by LoirdB?drassoy coiles O? lo.o norepw ,', i , + "+ ? . Tlhie iftornonll a deputlon waited upon ho Minister for P,Wrle from hit o.,tSuburbanti Illia wai,' line, neloidg for additiolnl' train saivlco to meelt tlhe ilcerased reioqlh:ueiills,. Mr. I. DI Mtlbeidbai, of Bileba?ni, hbaa prm. sBotetd £1000 to Itho ydnoy. Gramimiar +.Sohool ? for founding twob Utihlerelty Sailitrehiip 's.' Crlol otantch-8 Anetielianes ult for 35. . . ]o .t.o m'o Cnrtc Fnnt . ; FlAv:y SAlatit'2200 onlri.a loa bbafi dd.a i io thbh forthlcomsingsbw. a i.'ba '.+.?.: I ncaN TniusnAr, 'Thllo fe'ilingin ' lftiipo Ior ,thI:e iltuation Is+ luss conflhi...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 February 1888

IJ.. JOH-N 8. W, 1,TS)N, b MlR.O.,E .?i, LR.O.P.'E.,LtM. 1873, * R.O..S. Enn., 1875, &c., fatof t~nlll,-strenet Empf orllonr; no Tnl.L oniltl, consultingf and Operatiir 'Surgeon'; "BRTGHTON VTTA'!A" KIAMA, (Opposite Cnlaholic Chapel.) .. . .. AT THoBir'Im,'C6oNsurvTATrnNr: . Mornings, 9 'till ,;: Eenings, 6' till 8. THE RET POTE .AND TILLTTAWARRA JOURNAL. PtUILPTIInD RV?MY WrRDNSDAY AND SATURDAY. ' ". : , ; m tonN iNn.,; ' 1 ;' , SATURDAY, FEBIRUARY 11, *1888.

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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 February 1888

* EEINGS TO ..BE H.ETI). No~. r'>. L.O.TL., mnoots Frii ss', n't 7.3". , No. 77, L.O.T,., inecIt rol. 22. at 7 P.m.' No. 1.1, T,.OT,., neo| Nt . '2 , ioat. 7.';S, 1 t. EMaa oa T..rpe 'r'ace N7, o . ,a?,, oime , l S 7. 2.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 February 1888

7:PiY aefs Direct gy. ~AIA1YA. i~~i (ii. & A.) Drcostnaketn t~ i ~ OS :h.uilder, &c., Vil;o oi4 ..o ,llt?, . and Cartcr, Man 6r&c., n~~rlalolg· uO-dVho E t oiGe Mntrakera, r 1- ..OR( .ie l ,& C?nca \TI:R l Suolltorekapr, street. LOCK IT/1 Cordial Monufac raori.oralon g-li troo t. . - atIi., .iFiah . y1( 0dor Saloon AO A. a Ho P nter ikper mhangcr, · ·i l hampairdelnuel .rel C .iDWATII'Ett, Inosoaa Paintar and 'leiialong alient ,ON· fid't and Shoo lanlufnao usae, anld Gerriligio ng. ROOKSE, JOiWN, Coal Dealor, Bon, Bllag utreut. :;ij·:j: .;?-", ETiZ I, - Saddler & liarnaes hMatl Dil T 8, ,f HForso Slmo:r & Goldll! . t, i :Te'arraloig-etret. - E ?lI'/ rteor, &o., ullarneylrstreot D y (WM. & ED,) Buggy Buil DYiEll A.: (i lt; it Stnvenoltl ) 'lTobacooniet &. u&. rUtl.u eI'; ln , erralong-Btr ti ,? -' " Y, O', D. ,b Auction Mart1 Terralong ......d ~ ,, • ..,, ,,? E.TINGSil.,EN /A., & SONr Buildore E a...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 February 1888

~rniflTA~J.~ on ~?IJI~1fL~' iirct, )iy 1ln~. I. ~Yi1o6n iw f~u1low~4 Kinnnint II n.m. Klanm, at 7410 pIll..

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 February 1888

R B L 101 0 U S. Turbo ~on'lnw wIll inn ~oiiininlol on RnioloV or'~ 10 tIm fliouHi of ~ floV. J. II. 1'zlce. on follow. ~ ~ ot 7.lI~ 1m.tmi.-Rmil; elm "tying, or r.lco, WIntlo nol lilnel.," Aoononi TllotrliotloO of Vrlono ot 2.110 pu1. to tim 11. Ii. Bo~d1Y &'lool onlmolomo, Pnootn ooiifmlno'ln boollel. ChrIot Cimoreb, ICionon. otI 1 o no -Mr. Jobon ltolinoolc ~nr~innO will inn eoo~1mwtm~i to timoCligirphof 1o~lwoI .Tq~ ilneon. owl fhoillnirlOio', 00 Smmundol' onol, b1' 11w 11w'. IT. Cidofoni, no folloo9 / Tooniowno of, ii 0.10. Slnoliin~nrinoor. ml, 7.TO pun.

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LORD WOLSELEY ON PHYSICAL TRAINING. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 February 1888

LORD WOLSELEY ON PHYSICAL TR ,INING. GIeNEnAL WOLBELEY opened the new gym nnsiam hall and social-room of tile Finsbury Polytechnio. The institution is situated in Appold.streot, and since January, in spite of the incomplete arrangements, 4000 momrn bers have been enrolled, The Rev. Free. man Wills, the founder of the Polytechnic, stated that all the expenses of the present stage had been met, with the exception of £700, and the council hoped shortly to pro. coed with the building of the technical scihools. Their object was to give that technical education suitable to apprentices and working lads, and to promote their moral and physical welfare. Some £5000 wouldl have to be raised if the scheome was to be completed. Lord Wolseley, in deolar. ing the hall open, dwelt upon the groat im portance of tho.work of the institution. It was absolutely necessary for the welfare of the young not only to cultivate their minds, but to train their bodies. It would not be worth much for a people to ...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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THE PROGRESS OF POPULAR MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 February 1888

THE PROGRESB OP POPULAR MUSIC1 Music fulfils its most attractive and benefi cent mission when the masses of the people enjoy it as a receation and a solace. It is a commonplace of the social reformer that men must haue some diversion-some occu pation that shall stand between their daily toil on the one hand, and their eating and sleeping on the other. If a diversion which elevates and refines is not at hand, one which debases, which tires rather than refreshes, will be chosen. Merely to condemn amuse ments is useless; we cannot lead men by negations. The point is, to occupy them healthily; to drive out the base and carnal by quietly filling up their leisure with the lofty and the intellectual. Music is pro. eminently the recreation of these later years of the nineteenth century. We have become a nation of dwellers in towns. At the begin ning of the century half the population was engaged in agriculture and lived amid rural surroundings. Now only one.seventh or ono.eighth is so engag...

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THE RABBIT PLAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 February 1888

THE RABBIT PLAGUE. THE Minister for Lands has decided to take immediate steps to test the various methods which have been suggested to him for the extermination of rabbits by the inoculation of disease. These schemes are three in num ber, propounded by M. Pasteur, Professor Watson, and Drs. Ellis and Butcher. The various systems have been submitted to the Central Board of Health, with the object of obtaining an expression of opinion from that body as to whether the diseases are likely to injuriously affect the human sys. tom. The board have not yet had an oppor. tunity of dealing with them, but they will do so at a meeting to be held at an early date. The Government has decided, on the recommendation of Mr. Garrett, to appoint an intercolonial commission, composed of the most experienced experts in New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Queens land, and New Zealand, to consider whether the introduction of the microbes of chicken cholera, or the other diseases proposed to be ino...

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THE PREMIER AND MR. M'ELHONE ON PRIZE-FIGHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 February 1888

THE PREMIER AND MR. M'ELHONE ON PRIZE-FIGHTING. IN the Legislative' Assembly on Friday 'Mr, M'Elhone said he wished to call the atton tion of the Premier to a leading artiole which appeared in the HIIALDo a few days ago, calling attention to the bruital displays which were'permitted in the boxing halls. In his opinion, nothing could lie more degrading 'than these matches which took place night after night in Sydney, Newcastle, and other centres of population. If a policean saw two men fighting in the street he could lock them up for breaking the law, and the law did not recognise prize fights-although, if knew of a good square prize-fight, lie would goeas far as Melbourne to see it,-hut these glove contests, as they were called, although in them men wore sometimes only skin gloves weighing two ounces, were permitted, and wont on in the presence of the police. He then referred to various contests that haed lately taken place, in which one or other of the combatants had been considera...

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SERIOUS DISTURBANCE IN PENTRIDGE STOCKADE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 February 1888

SERIOUS DISTURBANCE IN PENT RIDGE STOCKADE. A TELEGRAM to Saturday's EcnHo says :-A serious disturbance occurred at Pentridge this afternoon. Warder John Bourke, while on duty at a place known as the Garden, saw two prisoners acting suspiciously, and he , communicated with the acting.Governor, ':'who ordered a search, but no unusual dis. c'overy was made. About 2 o'clock Warder Walsh, on duty at the quarries some couple of hundred yards away, noticed these same two prisoners dragging something in a pe. culiar mnanner. They afterwards lifted it into an iron tube used for removing night. soil.: Walsh went over and found they had two sugar bags containing a number of con. traband articles. Walsh was proceeding to take the things away when a number of prisoners rushed at him, Warder Keleher wovet to his assistance and secured the bundles ; but the prisoners jostled the wards. men and struck them. The sentry sounded the alarm, and several sentries presented rifles and threatened the men....

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 February 1888

Rirvieen tl lin Fond otod in illo Weateyan ,murch, on rulndy nnext n followt - ha L ! * ilnnt, int 11 n.m,-hnv ORI. Oluuonu. 11 TClinim, nt ?.10p.lm.--Mr.o. V. Oug ,c iI Jnmhmroo, ntll a.m.--Mr. T. Toldun, , r .Tamnlioron, at 7.0 p.m,--TlRnv; 0. 1.' Oln on, Old I'lnco o at 2n10 p.m.-Mr o. . Idc ' Orrrilnguoni nt 11 n.m.-Iov'., n. IIl nwos. j I Gcmrrlngonr, nt 7.00 pmn.-Mi.r .T. Om.imll. I F oxrrourndI, n *t. a,m,--IiwV. ni, nnowo; 'l ;I Rhollhnrhbunr ill n.m-mi-Mr. W. Cornfolrd. [' Bhollmharbour, nt 7.80so p.m.-Mr. n. iliayuon,

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THE LAW OF LEG BEFORE WICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 February 1888

'HE. LAW OF LEG EFORE WIICKET. Tue alteration in the rule with reference to leg before wicket made by the English County Cricket Council, and cabled to Syd ney, is of an important character in the in torests of the bowler. At present the rule as to leg before wicket is that a batsman who stops the ball with his legs or body is not out unless the ball is pitched in a straight line from wicket to wicket and would have taken the batsman's wicket if not so stopped. This is rule 24. Conse quently, no batsmen could be out leg before wicket to a ball pitched wide of the wicket, but with a break upon it, though such ball, if not stopped, would have taken the wicket. Many batsmen are accused by the bowlers of meeting balls with a break upon them by the simple process of standing in front of the wicket, and this, they aver, has taken the heart out of the bowling and has led to tedious scoring. The reform for which they have asked is that a batsman should be out if he stop with his leg, and no...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 February 1888

CON1 RflGA'IONAL OlIuPOIT, GlUT rIOGO. Thr Rev. 0. IIeogllwey conducts aorvicoa olory Sunday as follnws:- ' Uorrluigong, at 11 a nm; nnid 7.110 pain.

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COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 February 1888

COMMERCIAL. South Coast, and West Camden. Co-poi'ative Company (Lj!mited.) . Bu'rran.-Brisk' d~mani d for",firet-.laes butter.! At our auction .~les 'yesterdliy, factory butter realised from 6il'd to 9d' por.!b; beat dairy Sd: to 8d per lb. Large, porcentage of the butter' coming to the market is very inferior, andsole.' ling at low pricoes. , ,. , "., Bacbno-No changeto report. , Cheeso;.-Marke comploetely gluttod. ,; Eggs.-Selling readily af quotptloues, . laizo.-Lower. ' , IIay.-Lucerne solling at from £2 to £2. 8. Potatoes.-Ratlier scarce and prices harden ing. Poultry.-Still, very dull. Live stookl.-Pigeseasier:; calves selling very` well. Following are the quotationsia Batter, per lb.,..... 0, 0 4 to 00 6'" Ditto, setc6iid. ....;. : 0 0 0: 4 'Factory ......G... . 0 0? 00; 8 Bacon (hand cured) 0 '0 7 . 0, 0a 8' Do. (machine oured) 0 0 6 , 0' 0. 7J Do (heavy & rough? 0 0 3 0. ?: 0 4' lnme (hand oured 0 0:0 10 0 1 0 Do (mnbhilne cured) 0 0 0 0 0.. 7 Lald.l :..r..............

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 February 1888

SOUMAN CATIOLtTO. Finlay Next-Mesa at 11 n.m. Miatnm. Minion (evening) 6 iouot 7. lienedictionti E'io editoor rieqIIeoto that the vgirioiet cergiymen of the dlstaoiit otill f1o1 ardeoinnoononeoeeiti of oeovIeeo to e hehld fron time tO timoto in their occorxiio whtioh noticos will in ll cane bho inserted gotio.l

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 February 1888

JOHIIN REEKS, WOOD'S BUILDINGS, TERRALONG STREET. 1 I-HE following is a list of:Musical Instruments which S." will be found'very:.chieap atthe above Establish. ment, and of a variety seldom `equalled r out of Sydney.. VIOLINS from 27 Oid to 70e--lvii diffo?ont liindls in stook., Some iuco ACCORLI1CONS, A peiacial lino in thoIe, stool roods, vory 'nlooly' finihod ia sub. stantial raso ; prico 25s. Also German silvor roods. FOUR.KI1Y PICOLOS, 10s Gl oano, . SIX KEY FLUTIE and FLAGELOBT combined,. Have made arrangements with a mnanufacturing flrm in Syd ney which enable me to undertake the repair of Instrumnents of the above descriptiou. TO LIT, comfortabnlo four-roolnod CO'' 'PAGEI, in Bong Bong-st'ootl Apply Re. Iroiuor Omfioo, Medical Notice. DR. WILLIAM 0. ASIl), Il.A,,niy ibe' consultod, at his rouldenco, litis. HIousod Markto Squnro, Kiamna from U to 20 anm, a nd from 2 to 8 p.m. daily. At lia Dullso's, Gorlrngong, oa, Mondays, from 11,80 n.ml to J2,80 p . - At Mr. .M'IGlnrluoy's...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 February 1888

DR. JOHN S. WILSON, j. R,O.S. EnO,, L.R..P.E., ,L.M. 1873, : F.R.G.S. ENO., 1875, &c,,. rLatf of Collins-street Enflst lbourno; and London,i .0nis'dtfing and Operating Surgeon; "BRIGHTON VILLA," KIAMA, Sý(Opposito Catholic Chapel.) :'ATngs, I OMl voE ConsuL.IATION 1 Mornings, 9 till 2. Evehings, till 8,

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(From the Sydney Papers.) London, Feb. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 February 1888

(From the Sydney Papers.) London, Fob. 9. An operation was auccenfully performed on ,J Croat of tmh Crown Prineoo to-day by' r 'taman u. HIo is doing well. ' The rnombers of the Parnellito party in the house of Commone hlave passed a vote of ihanks to the Trish people of Auntralia for the rndso ontriblited by thoremn towards the Home [lu0 c Ine.o Thoy regard this moasnro of np " port a an mportant factor in bringing the :nto to a mloe. Febt,. 10. The operation on the Coowot .prinbobecnupied 10 minutes, and was plrfroir,?.fi. indor chloro form. The patient' eiffoirod :ii ptin, naid after the operationhe obtainied imlnati 't'o, reliof, and went-off into a not!nd eileop. On the meeting, of .flHlo lJOso of Commons to dayv Mr. Pariill gavo. i.itico of a bill to amond the Irish 'nd'. "Act, and Mr'. Osborno Morgan gave onotice of a hill to logalino certain colonial gnqrriages.--Lord Saliabhnr yl.lin apoeaing on the Address ini Reply, ' aid tli'at I(ho Government in tondled to uphold thie:p...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 February 1888

(a(so1 UI OW couRRESP'ONDENT) SYtNŽY, TUESDAY. Tn~ International Oricdket Match on the Associationi Ground- whas continued to.day. Score .~;of .·l Ooiij.bind English team in their fi'ratbiigsni'113.; second, 138. Aus traliins, fir't innings, 49 ; second, four out for 21. The Nowtown"electorate is again vacant, consequent upon Mr. Forst.r's appointment to ajudgeship. The probable candidates for the vacant seat are J. Mitchell, freotrader, and J? F. Smith, protectionist, .the defeated candidate at the recent election. Mlesies.;G. Townsend and D. 0..Simpson lnave been appoint'ed trial surveyors in the Railway Department, at a salary of £600 a year. Five hundred Melbourne tramway cm. ployces struck this morning. The trams are still running, being worked principally by members of the Tramway Employees Benefit o0iety.. Thirdis?'it ,is to be referied to 4 board of. conciliation.

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