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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 February 1888

MEETINGS TO BE IIELD. ' Proteatant Alliance mootn Foeb. 5. at7.80. No. 12, LO.L., lnots Fbl,. 28, at 7.80. No. 77. L.O.L.., imeta Feb. 22, ot 7 p.. No. It L,7.O.7., mIoet Fob. 20. at 7.,10. No,140, 4 L.O.T., mroLt, Feb. 28, at 7.80 pl7," Sonu of Tolnpomraroo, No. 27, nootas IFeb. 22, at 7t0. 80. "

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 February 1888

B?usiness. Directory. KIAfIAltiA. ARNOLD, MISSES, (E. & A.) Dreossmakera A lManning-street. BlSHE, DR. WM., Phyoscian and Surgeon, Market Squares A. r iet qSL . _BuS, ilder, &c., Vine -/' = Cottage. Didob- troo t.' AYAZA, ALEX., Nightiani and rtor, IMan T.aing gstreet. RIDVAEN, W. J., Pailor, &c., erhalonge J treet. -ROWN, FIRAICIS, Tinsmith, &o.:,Terra Dloig-.street. "'ROW-VN, GEORG, News & General n A nt, tcrialonge-tret. ULLEN, GEOIRGE Goeitl Storekeeper, 33 "Iron& i Plate ' \ork.'er, Teraoali"g-'t. TAM PHIELI, EL) u.idt'r & at rn6 Maker, ?.' Mannisi ng.eltreet .: IC M Is t W , & C;, (cie toal Seoreleoor l? l Mannimg-treot.:'....'n... r... SOLEMAN & LOCE'Pl, Cordial MInuufaec dturre, 1'etralong streeti YEOLU tlUS, I, FiSte .'nd QyTater aloni,. M' ainnaii rgronot. iit ORDEIY, A., Il-use Painter, Paper-hanger, n &c., Shoallinhenratreet. EIORNFORD, \VAIIIEIR, louseo Paiutr and 1 Decorator, T'rralong-trot...

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

·1 fl1~8B'YTERTAW Rnrvin swlllbn bondiietrdl in the Proabytertaii Churohes on Bundny next by.flev. J,, Wilon as follows : rimirvo»n, at 11'n~m. SPloilluotbnnr, at 2.80 prm. t Rama, at 7.80 p.m,

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 February 1888

S RELIGIOUS. T Dvino Rnrvlno n lllo boen tlotod on. Rlndny nn, t an' $?W-A Olhurob of England Cinlkhes nby tho IRev. .0. Dunsaano, no follows": (Coi@ t OClnrhb, nmaa. at 11 a.m. Chriat Church. nt 7.00 p.m. ;t. feorao'", .prlrrncrnur, atn 2.80 p.m. Sorvco to-night (IVodnosday) at 7.80 p.m. Borovco aill ho "onndnotod In tho 7hnroh of .Englnnl Tanhomn. and RhrllPnIrbour, on Sunlay pcxt, by the Rev. 1: rilPfnnll oan follnws " ''' Shollhnrlour, nt. 11 n.m. Jamboroo at 7.00 p.m.,

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

. . ha. . for private IT is 'oflfcilly ann? .oe: d :Vi'tl 'y of ,India, reasons, the Earlof I)ulioeriP onri ,f the year.. is to returnito Erig'nrau i"u•igration depart. TirI effort to establistAgolrts-Ger.O ral isbeing mont in London by thyl by the Imperial Govern facilitated in every w 'Jsnge,- imriret rMbid the ofii&e `A*sfiii y General and representativo of thelGovrnmaen in the Upper hlouse. PiNmN'. I;IsMAROK has annotoneed that if Russia asked for CGormu l au ppoitt to regailln a prrponderating influence In iBulgaria by diplo. Inaey, it would be granted. l' was reported from Berlin on January 12 that a general blookado'of Bulgaria is contdem plated by the Powers 2n the event of Priniee l'erdinand'a refusal to resign the Bulgariaii? Throlde. From Vienna, on the samen dato, thi; statenent that the Powers would ask the.Porto to esummon Prince Ferdinand to resign is 'doe siled. A ??arnIr,ri accident occurred in the vioinityf of South Head on Sunday morning, by ihlollh al you...

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THE SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 February 1888

TH'E SCULLING OI AMPIOP1 - ont a pro. FoR convenionce skeo we horrow fj condonlleO viocial contemporary tlhe following veeoln Kemp account of the nto boalt race hot lo:,.ectation, and Clifford :-Coatraryl to general br Kolmpi and the raco'on Saturday h'll lwoYlO Po and the worhl's Tomn Clifford, for £200 an.siollow affair. Kemp clhnmpionlhip, won a vo .t, the race won from led from the start, anl w;was lrlely a [lrac the. first otroke ; in fa aco. F tlhe river was tire row for him. I a strong .JitI.Hnioth ll. n 1'" L north-east, flood nod a light breezeo wie u ller The men being in line, tbho akt1 ?l l iford poamoed very anxious to get awa .y, .i . ft was docitdedly slow in yeopon ni ic ti several attempts to got of, oig w?' hik t.i the oxciteolont amon?g Ithe at onlent at tile start was effected y ltunl first and 4.28. Ke.np's acuil ruck 1the watr ft, n1o dnalhing off at tile rate of 40 tI fi1 "i"llto, 11 obtained a lead at tite lllmIp (ll lnli-?, . frotl Clifford, who, strik"ing 3...

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KIAMA ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 February 1888

MIAMA ATHLETIC OLUB. Tor~ nomnilatio iuor the handicap of 150 yards and that df 440 (yarls, to be run at Kianun on the 7th proximo, as follows : S150 YAiRDS. ,ll. Maddeol ?Jt tagong A,. L. M'rinnuo 'T ouunt Kombla JanIos Ioxby, W ill ong ?"n -, W? Woodtiold, u '.'sf?: iaoqu-ario ... 0 'Braithwaito, Mo11 lt M1aequtario D, M'Lean, 'New .a' ". A. E. WivL'cod, Tbrrar S. MIU'rley+, Dapto I1. Wators' llronwuyvillo C. HIardin, Glrri h'gong ' .' Ia Rouiey, Arnlohlif James WVallkor, Kiaona .E , Medden,,2Miltnn. Joseph Weik, Shlalhavvo. . Pi. Houslar, Wollongon . James Hnuiphlrios; Rdi rtson i-o A, Williamson, Bro n G1foil;{reekolc _ý u U, -arvey,,,, W.::illa g.s· :; , F, Bradley, Albion Park. E. J. M'LareniMihrriokkillo,. W, J, Brown, Robletson ,. M'Nalmarra, Moore Parl .. M. Maronoy, Boolong T. L B'rown, Sydney 0. Mutloins, Kiam . W, J. Kiiig, Kiianmi IV J,. Bigg, Broughlton Croek J. Ruborts,,Bombo WH. Litdday; Cliitd - Forsyth, Kiama James Rowland, Gerringong: , . J. Maroneoy, Boolong . A....

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THE KIAMA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 February 1888

THE YKIAMA SHOW. Owir:o o an oversight-a circmnstanco whi'hl is not at all surprisinag where there Is so munlc to be done at the aamen time--it happened that the adjudicationo in connection with a certain section of the cattle exhibits at the lato shllow was not aupplied to the prces. The on:inion is here filled up Aged dairy cattlo--Bnlls, F. Bigg 1, J. W. Cole 2, E. t. Evann 3, M'Cabo 4. 8 oxhibits. 'Two-year-old dairy 'bulls-Il. Lova 1, W. Bailey 2, W. James 3. 8 exhibits. Ono-.yar old dairy bolls--J. W. Colo 1, T. HIonoy 2, Spinks Brothere 3. 7 exhibits. Dairy bull calf-F. Bigg 1, 11. Dudgeon 2. 8 exhibits. Milking cows-J. W. Cole 1, Craig and Son 2, J. W. Colo 3, U. Frodorickl 4. Dry cow-W. IR. Irindmnrsh 1, J W. Colo 2 and 3, I1. Dunator 4. Two-year-old dairy haoifr-II. Jaenos I and 2, Colo Brothera 3. Pen of aix cows (6 pons) -J. W. Colo 1, Colo Brothera commonded. Pan of four dairy cows--I. W. Colo 1, Colo 13rothors 2, Oneu-year-old dairy haifor--Cun unghiam 1, F. Bigg 2, T....

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SHELLHARBOUR STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 February 1888

SHELLHARBOUR STEAM NAVItA TION COMPANY. Tutls half·yearly moolting of the above cotnpny. was hold in the Council Uhamber on Fob. 8thl Inst. The chairman road the fullowing re. )port:- S" Gontlomont,-Your ii)ircotora bog to ]ay bo folo you their twutlly-Courth half-yearly report tand finanloil tt saloumot. 'T'eo bt?ontUHoo of yotlr company in highly eatiofactrily, moro ospecially On rogards finanolO mattero. Your tOttllOut '.Potorborough 'it is thorough good order, anl has madeo li ty.two trips during the hint nix months, boing the highest nutmtber of trips ,,adoe hithorto. Your 1)iruoturs bug to informu you o?llulally tlnt the ?tuatuor ') airy Maid' hlus, boon sold at i fair prict, taknlg all matoiro into.u connlderation. A now pIrolllu r lc huu litted to the the 'lPutorboroughl,' which itt great acquisition as regardI s speed antld hbour cavinLg. "The audioted halanc-shu"O t f1howA grows ootrnttgs to 1b £IS08 ; expetdituro £2172. Your Dir'eOtor bog to( furthur intform you thati the...

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GERRINGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 February 1888

GEERINGONc MUNICIPAL COUP . A sl'CIAL msOeeting of tli h.Tove Comun as h'bld on the forenoon of Monlday last ft the purpose of electing the Maiyor for the.current imunicipal year, aindthliere were' present the re tiring Mayor, Aldersenl Ilindalrsh, Lee, Rt. A. and J. Wilson, Noble, anid Sharpo. On 01to motion of Aldermen lindinarsh and Leo it was decided to conduct the election by open voting. Alderman Leo, hen rose and moved that Alderman Nelson i' re-elected to the position of Mayor for thes;urrcent suniscipal year, re marking that ho .?Alderman Nelso,) had nowv occupied the Mayoral chair for five years int succession in such a maIllnr that it was at plea sure to sit under him. lie was suro the Coun cil would, do righl and act in accordance with the wishes of every ratepayer in the emunici pality by roeolectiiig.hin. Alderman Iliuldaigh seconded, endorsing the remarks of Alderman Leeo. Alderman It. Wilsortin a few pertineont re marks, supported lha ress" ution, wvhich was, carried...

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

ANOTHER CENTENARY. [BY ALeQuIs.] ON the first day. of thesanpno year in which this colony was e?tablished occurredain event whioll a' bnighted inhibitiahnt of Europoeor Asiin his ignorance of how far these Australian colnogu nitii surpaess .iii 'niorit.heid graiideeiiiall.othor' people's, nations and laniguages known to histSryor;: tradition,. mnigh : , imaging tobe of 'eq ul p iipodrtaiice with the fouindation of the colony of Now South Waleo,:pr. oyon with , Kiama cattle show. Theo dvsnt''ispcdl bf, I may as well say at once, is no other than the first publication of thoe Times newspaper. Many readers, there is no doubt, avill boeteai(t' aback and look blank at the announcement; and will decline to assent to any such opinion as that exprossed, abovq, tl rough heeoorignor. anco of any reason sviy they 'slhbuld d'o sd, They may overo think tltha not only a locnal cattle show, but even the establishment of a local newspaper is of more importance thar; the event in qupitioi; on the sa...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 February 1888

Hrvibo now got oveort li' annual fit of showe fover, 'except, poierhaps, as it may he"'pr'o. loniged by the occurrenco of the Broughton ?Ie'lk oxhlbition this woek, our peoploe nity now find soo' sliglht disposition to attend to other; matters of. more: or less, importance, The roeopeninit:of thOe .Tmnerial Parliatniht. in London, of the Colonial' Parliament in Sydlney, and'tjlo renovatiovnti of'tlid Muhi. cipal aouncils 'throughout this' territory, occur, as it happens, in, the presont year, aliilost simultaneouslyiwith the Kiama cattle show.. Thelast'mentioned of those.. events, though not intrinsically the greatcst, might naturally .occupy th forembost place in:the thoughts of K iaimese, Jamberoovihnn, iid 'other peopl; bliut, th llogitimate inteieat which in norrmal oircumstances would be felt' in' regai?d to this asibhjeot, can, nly. asr surne .,the aspeot of impatienet or dismay in the bondition of things to which that most ilnfortuhato of 'all crazes,: thie trafivnay int .fat...

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

Officeholders. TIE office helt by the kidneys is one of import anco. They act as nature's sluice-way to carry off the extra liquids from the oystem, andl with them the impurities, both those that are taken into the stomach and those that are formed in tie blood. Any clogging or inaction of those organsis therefore important. D). DELL's IITTr'ttP are nature's efficient assistant in keeping the kidneys in good working order, strengthening thetm, and inducing healthy action. If you would get well and keep well, take Di. Sr.Lt,'s nrlrTeas. WORKING-MEN. Before you begin your heavy spring work after a winter of relaxation, your system needs clean. sing and strengthening to prevent an attack of Aguoe, Bilious or Spring Fever, or some other Spring sickness that will unlit you for a season's work. You will save time, touch sickness and great expense if you will use one bottle of Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitters in your family this month. Don't wait. " Burlington Hawk eye."

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KIAMA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEB. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 February 1888

K IAMA POL'OE VOURT. TUESDA 'FunI. 14. UIroeIIe Messrs. M. N: 1liidin~rsh and W?. Grey. D; King v. Anna: Wileon...'he plaintiff : this caoe sought sltisifaction against dofendant (who did not appear) for having. deserted her coveonantod servico with fhim as a house servant. In dofault'of her ippchranco he appliod for a warrant, oxplaining, hlowevor, that he had no wish to compel the girl to remain in his osarvice against her will, but wished to ofeoot her ap prehonsion as a priliuninar ; to proceedings he thought it necessary to take against the porson who had induced her to break her doutrasl with him.

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

ISOCELLANEOUS. TIIu total sum paid by the Government during the last seven years for land resumed for railway and tramway purposes is £800,106 4s lid. TImE Premier stated in Parliament on Fri day that it was the intention of the Govern. ment to introduce measures for the estab lishment of agricultural colleges and model farms as soon as possible. Mn. EnD. JENKINS, Who Bought to recover £0000 damages against the Victorian Rail. way Commissioners for injuries sustained in the recent Windsor collision, was on Friday awarded £2500. IT is reported that an English syndicate has offered £2,000,000 for the splendid es tates of Messrs. J. and R. Manifold, in the western distaict of Victoria, and the stock thereon. There are about 120,000 acres of land. JI is reported that a wealthy and impor tant syndicate of Sydney and Melbourne capitalists are in treaty with the Govern ment of New South Wales for the laying down and working of a cable tramway in Sydney. A nuiNDnED and sixty guineas for an ...

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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. KIAMA COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 February 1888

LOCAL AND DISTRICZT NEWS, . . 'I IAe?A doUNOIL. A moeting of theo Borough Oouncil; to tal pliaeaoii Saturday next, has boon called by th6 iOdinoil ,Olerk, with a view to the el$ ctior of tho Mayolantld thel transaction of otlf i oaInlhiol pal btleioneas ; ? , :,.,b, '- ." , • FAT' DBULLOOIK, . ',?%. i Thoe bllook wliiol'obtainod It Albioh i?Park the first prize among fat cattle was theo othdr day killed by Maoers, Wood Bros., and found to weigh 12owt 2h1s, though the 'itrihnal was known to veyo fallen away to dioi extent since the slow. ;. , . Roforring t'o thlrlistf' priiu winners at tlhe late Kiatna oxhiblitlin wI;ifevo boon roquretoel to corget two.errors tlhat appogr in our report. ,bheo prrie for peaolich, presorvpd',in syrup, was won by Mrs. w1'Williarni -iloltfilyon, and the second prizo for ltiifer;,· giv!inf ronatoet quan tity of mIlk ln 24 hours, was tkeon by ananhial the property of'Stowart Brothore, not by Mr. Oi. \.,Oraig's hlfeor as anluounood. "1 :rlho attointcition.t...

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Loss and Gain. CHAPTER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 February 1888

Loss and Gain, CHlAITER 1. " I was taken sick a year ago With bilious fever." " My dooctor pronounced me oured, but I got ick again, with terrible pains in lmy back and sides, and I got so bud I Conld not move ! I shrul.k! - From 2281bs to 1201 I had been doctoring for my liver, but it did mle tio good, :I dill not 'ixpect' to live tuore tlianL three ,rontlh. I be gatn to uIse Dr,.;SoIle's American [Idp Bitters. Directly. my appetite returned my painsl left no, tmy entire systemn seented renewo(d ii ifl by Inllio and after using several bottles, I ant not only as sound n as an'overeign, but weigh nmre tallnl I did ibfore. To Hlop Bitters I owe my liio." Disblin, June 6, '86, r It, FrrRlulcic. CIIA'TERi II, "' Maiden, llnes., F'ub. ; 188. Qentleomoen I tvoa suffered'with attllacks of siok loncdahe." Neuiralgia, female, trouble, for years in the most terrible and excruointlng iniriiner. . No milioilne or doctor icoiul give noe iolif or cure, ur.til I used Dr. 8oulu'e American Hop Bitt...

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

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINTMnENT.-Though it is impossible, in this climate of changing temperature, to prevent ill health altogether, yet its form and frequentr may be much mitigated by the early adoption of remedial measures. When hoarsenese, cough, thick breathing, and the attending slight fever indicate irritation of the throat or chest, Holloway's Ointment should be rnlhbod open these parts without delay, and his Pills taken in appropriate doses, to promote its curative action. No catairhe or sore throats can resist these remodies. Printed directions envelope every package of Holloway's medicn ments, which are seited to all ages and condi. tions, andl.to every ordinary disease to which Iumanity is liable. A voice from the People. THE GREATEST OURA'J'IVE SUOCESS OF THEI AGE. N O edloino introdlucod to the public Iha over tmot with t e succose ac corded to uIcul,'s irrl'l'rIn. It tandle to-day the beet known curative article in the world. Its mnrvolloun renown in not due to the Adve...

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

MARRIAGE. TERREY — MARKS. — February 14th, at the resi- dence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. J.     Wilson, M.A., Caleb Terrey, M.B., C.M., B.Sc., F.C.S., second son of James Terrey, Esq., Mainhead, Bondi, to Annie Uther,   second daughter of Samuel Marks, Esq., Terragong, Jamberoo. THE REPORTER AND ILLAWARRA JOURNAL.       PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1888.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 18 February 1888

Offleeholderrs. Tn? of0ico hold by thle kidilneys s one of import ance. Thecy act as naiure's eltiec-way to ctrry off thle extra liqiuide flon the systemC, and witl tLn the inmpurities, hath tihose that aro taken Onto the selomahnand tin:lt lrhat arp formed in the blood. Any )'elfiyit n inhiio t of those organeis therefore hoperotl?'t. DIi. IlEl.l,' IIlTTI.IP urn nature's elticienC. nesistanlt in kecliiig Ihe kidllneys in goorl workhing order, R I'ellgtllelIillig thlien, and ilnducilng healthIly action. If.yon wouhli get well anLd keeIo well, til ? £Ei n.? trie' l mtEs. WORKING.MEN. Before you hogin yiur lheavy piiiii ?g(ork after a wintler of rolaxatioi, yue? ysitern iieeidts clean sing and streongtlhenirn to pr¶.vellt all attack of Ague, Bilious or Spring 'Fever, or somei other Spring sickness that will mnfit you for a season'e work. You will save tiime, IImuch ickness anll great expuense if you will una' one lottle of Dr. Boule's Amoriean Hop Bitters in yiour family 'tlhis month....

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