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

' 0EEPOD~~ ~· (Ii' Ii to ho urndorotooh thatl wo Ilooroly offoil~ to eorrooy~o- O (tooto thlo oyportoolity of cxl'wl~ciol Ilouir owllo OInloI( Oz~ Inottoro of ~LlbttO loteroot aNd that Wo r t1o nol way tdLY~Ootl&~ I wit vtL Irooo opioiooo. .

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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PROTECTION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 18 February 1888

Po1TECTIO EETiiNCT. A Pnorcotir k minling was held in the Town laill, Wollonigog,o a few doatn since. Thecre was a fair atteldanco. Mr. J.Tamns irownioe president ofl' tln.cal branch of tllu I'rnoclion, Union, prec,3cd. Aihreisses weor delivoreld lby Monrs. Junes Fletchlr and 't1 1' IviinrL, MI.L ,., IS. Bunlett, md \V. Blac.lkett. T'.o firlst-named fentl'an, in lhe courise of hli rennilrks, pro dlicto' a genoeral eloclion hofore l!io cnl of ithe praont year. 'lhib villainy of theo presont Go veniii:nelt win Inot yet ]knownl puilicly. Ilo citl a cna. of corruiltion ian joblrlry in con nictibniillilh thi work dilini by thu ilunoniploylod in mnakiniig r,\d. olriiig streols on tlio IHolt Sutherldiiii listnlt,on Ile llliwarra rmilwiay, for the blunolit of Minislei'ol tho Clowvn aini tll calico jeiiinioit of Sydiy. ly? tei to'.tin. of . eo.nI'agmIeHt sect .the ?ll f New South Wale had t o mntest politi effiir a o 1 .ver limitl ni'i t tlo with thl frcetrad 11 c'loiiy. '1f1 I|rectcnt was n...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. POULTRY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 18 February 1888

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS, , POULTRY BoCIIY. . It is proposo to form a ." poultry socieoty "i ht ShellhBirlour; and a meeting for thei purposo is to be hold next-Wednesday evening . DEMON'STRA'iN. O' Ot ThIursday next, 23rd instant, will be held at Jnmborno, in the Protestant Hall, a demon atration, to.the announcement.of . which in our. proeont issue, we bag to direct;attention, . ; * A , I.Ot)OAdX. ' * ** .*... . " Wo are roquested by Mr. James Graham, of :Wallaby Hill. to state that whoever may have been guilty of this now sample of hoaxing, thoe insertion., of his name among those of persons intending ,o cdonpetb in-a fortlhpoinjnf footraou was entirely uinau.horisoed by ahd dnlkrowi to hinm, till it appeared in tile local prints. Dft.?nOllON EIt:CtK 51lOW. We unde&rstand that yesterday the attnndance 9f spectators at the Broughtlllon Crook..Exhilli., tion was very larg'i, being estimated at sbodlit 83000persons. Mr. A. Oampholl obtained first. priue'for beaet higgy horse,...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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MATHESON v. M'ELHONE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 18 February 1888

MATHESON v. M'ELHONI. r ' B, A" qui " . ' ' . IN all probability'no 'onAe who ir;d't] l account g;iven by the Sydioy, !pa~ore,i.with' sli?ht voirin:; tionns, of the set-to between Matheson and MI'Elhono, will feel the,least, surpriseo thab the letter shiould have drawn upon himnslf ajgodd thrashing at:.lst.::;Tlho',wondor,, if any .'is that such a thling did not happen ,lone previously ; for although Jodhli M'ElholI o dourbtless means. well, lie is entirely devoid of discretion,'dia.t orimination, and mental balance, and goes so furiously fori those whomn ieo ieuminsto he in the wrbng, tlia'tit i a' marvel' s?rie saucli ncdi dent has not overtaloiin hlil years bofuro this in m asseolmbly of persons who are not nmorril hly mirre llan political philasophere. The incident of the figlht,' M'Ulhdnd v.. Mtl?ipaoii, Is in sriiin respeots calculated to" iprioduoo i spoollr'fodlini :of arnusoilurit in this district ; nd our old friends' and oj>ri'orsetriti'bs, Sliiidol Oreii hiid' Samnuel...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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KIAMA ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 18 February 1888

HIAMiA ATHLETIC CLUB ' TuE, starts tiloted, to the vprious competitors, fbr tho handicap of 150 ynards,! aid tlht of 440 yardsi to be run at:Kiatna on thet th prximo, are' as'foll6W's -:.. .h exil 150 YARDS . . S',J. Brown, Sydney.... 7... ......:: ,,. J. Towney, Wollongong ;'...2..';: 10 'J:'Lh, Brown, Sydney? ....\ . ....,i:;.,... 10' J..Black, LoIce Lands. 13 D. M.;ThbLle a, C~dhna '.T.'. 14 W. Lewis, Sholjhn! our ................. 15 M. Maroney,,,Bolobn ..'........... 15 T, ,Agos,Beowtown c ... ........... D?t?d;ii6(i,'?; Milt,,s A.d.i.?'...?. 1 J, Maroney, Byolong........................ 10 H. Rounriy, Arlnolifft .1.. .......... 10 J. M'Naoarra, ,Mooro Prkl.......... 16 D, MjLoun,,N.wra;...... .........i ..... 16 A. E. M'Lod, 'J'crsra ... ............ 17 E, J. MLtirrin. Marrickvillo,! .....;.... 17 -- Forayth, Kitna...... ..........17 O. Korrey, UtJlladill ,...'... ........ ' 17 VW. Tsylor, WVollongnng...... .;.. 17 W, Olarke, -Fi?' Trp , *....... . . 17 W, Bullbtl Mut'o,1?itcf...

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THE NEW BANK PREMISES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 18 February 1888

15 D D~ l~ ANK P~it~bSBS,1 rTvic Ilavo~oclvo~d d Tou'n a 'p.OdrtelIbini hflod ticl fnlIrtylirlg I1ooOHlC oF tio Iow (ollup &ro, rooontfy orootwi f'tlo ti J; Ul~y Brllik R ig 'llr tIpq .In M~r ii'.'·troot: 't Runi~nro ivi parka'IRP po con jotunil ifraul t' t hin )irlnoiioy of· the'i Ora p;tLrr'n! bu~tivn'dliui Int t)ibmi~lt H doa'nary to~ltori't! ' cc Alnta tinl intact impr;ovomonta "ndli 'addi·. iotall to I lho' rawing tn~n'aiI p' nf~tginilr'l io tIirtl tnatn~tainyhoiig poinatn~ )''IIH/ Itnitby(OnrOtnd' b'j tlin Otyi itanklfin Ochmpon3'. tioTi': binn I d·''i'' aritrnotont tinh ajnlinigatrailt lin i no~pnn:plxinniit3 Lu tin nint, mInt1 iOirllnonntin)lo8, Uit3'·Banhic.'' ": i'he'lU.nin)pnmiy' lnvo not .i?pru(V-.nly uexpureo It llcking thi no w n lhnk nqittll to thIl fint gro. Wll hir uli hli/oc'ii, Ia Iri<ui L) ,.,olo. I 'I'liofp rp o.i (lntloin m'ru f(lmiiP ll lliin', Ionl lnil .i lnun'iii o,) Oiiilo, niiil Iliiult Inl1i iii .o pll')'1ijij 1tfrn top I 1 iollatlo It...

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CAMDEN DAIRY FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

CAMDEN DAIRY FACTORY. Tins factory, which is almost a PAC SIMsIL, of the factories in this district, is now in thorough working order. The butter sent from there realizes the top price in the Syd ney' market., In an article descriptive of the factory, the CAMDeN Tiems recently made the following remarks concerning Mr. J, Porter, late of this distriot, who is manager for the company :-"The directors made a splendid choice in electing Mr. John Porter as manager for the factory, A better man for the position could not havdb'eon chosen, Mr. Porter has a great reputation for butter. making, and in the South Coast, could well hold his own against all.comers in that line, He is well aware that first.class butter, can., not be made whore any impurities exist, so keeps scrupulously clean the sciparators; vatsi machinery, and factory promises. If the weather is likely to be at all hot, Mr, Por ter is not above getting up at the break of lay so as to give thit butter evoery chance of being mad...

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DETECTIVES AT THEIR WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

DETECTIVES AT THEIE WORKX. "Looic 'ere, your worship, it's no use.us a workin' the City, there's more 'tees than thieves;" That's how a member of the pick. pocket persuasion put it at the Mansion House recently, sir, and lie wasn't far out either." Detectives, as a rule, are not blessed with a super.abundant supply of what is familiarly known as chat, neither are they inclined to divulge any of the secrets of their profession, but my friend seemed.in a peculiarly talk. ative humour, and, as he had been numbered amongst the brethren for many years, I was waiting for something interesting. A little refreshment, a series of smacks of the lips, and giving me a preliminary look over, which seemed to say "private and confidential," he went on. " Ah I the City 'tees are not so well ofl'as their more aristocratic relations up West that is, in 'The Yard.' In the City a man seldom gets beyond the position of a Detoe tive Sergeant, with a salary of £2 10s a week, but, in the West End, if he di...

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COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

COMMERCUIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) BurTaR has sdvanced in price,. Our yesterday's auction sales wore well attended, and prices roalised were very satisfactory. Beost factory realised 11d to ls per II, other, classes of separa. tor butter 9d to li1d per b; dairy butter is now 8d, in brisk demand for boat. At auction'a few superior brands realised up to 9)d per lb. We would- strongly urge our farmers to send us a first-olase artlec, to enable us to sustain prices. :There is still a percentage of inferior butter coming to market, which is unaleableo. 'Baoon,-Bril k sales for hand cured. Good machine-ourod selling well. COhese.-Wo have made very large sales during the week. No improvement in values. Egkg.-t-olling well at quotationse - : - l Maize.-larket fully supplied: . Potatoes,.-Slightly lower, :Hay.-Lucorne dull and well stocked, 40e' to " 455s ..medium 80s ; inferior 25e psr.ton, Live Stock,-Pigs dull; oalves, large supplies to hand and price...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

ma w r- -- -- l a *--l - i- a n , JI-OHN REEKS, WOOD'S BUILDINGS, TERRALONG STREET. pH E following is a list of Musical Instruments which" will be found very cheap at the above Establish ment, and of a variety seldom equalled out of Sydney, VIOLINS from 27o Od in 70o-- r V l difarentL I id ind n atool,?. S os tie Igico ACCOIJbiONS. A rocial no in those, stool roeds, vwey ofioyinishbed in snuU. otantni eni o i O lB'iLoo 25e I AIHo GO.rua i voer roude e .. I '(UIlt KI Y' I'PJCOLON, 10e Id) onae!, 81S 1X KEY IT]LUrTI'nod ILAGIOLI'T cornmbiod, HinLve made arrangements with a neaslnnufa ttrlng'flhdigul~ fi4Sy -d io.y ijiy'wlcih enable mte to inaderitkC.thee repair of InsStruments oh the above dcscriptio.?r Y various makers-all good, of course-are supplied by GEORGE B ULLEN on the most liberal terms. Prices of Pianos, £36, £38, £40, and £48 each. Organs, £15, £20, £22, and £26 each. These will be sold on the most reasonable terms, and do. livered in any part of the district. FURNITURE! G....

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(From the Sydney Papers.) London, Feb. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

(F,,Ot t ?d Sydniey Paper,.) London, Feb, 17, The Sir He'nry TTavolock Gold-mlinhg COn.n piny, Queensland, with a capital of £230,000, and the Champion Gold and Sllver.ming Cout pfany of Now Zoaland, with a capital of £75,000, will shortly be announced,, . The sharos in the Palmhnortown Copper-mining Comupany, Northorn Territory, which was formed with a capital of £100,000, will be allotted-on Tuesday next. Air. Thomasn Sxton, M.P. for Belfast Woste and' Lord hla1 or of Dublin, has ioooveroed from the sarloun indisposition from which he has lately been sufforing. Sir Charles ''upper, the representative of Canada on the Fiheorios Conmtission deoolares, that the trealty is fair nnd reasonable, It will probably be ratiflid after the now Proesident of thee United States has boeen elected. Ini the . llous of Commonse last nieht, Mr, William,n :OBrien, MP. for the North.East Division of Cork made a sp'ech in which hie .violently attacked Mr. Balfour, Chief Scoretary fdr :Ireland., ir., Mo...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

WITRTATYAN. Irrvicor wIll ha eandited in ha Woaloyan Church, on Elunany next, no foallw - Vlinn, tit ada.-Illa. Ti. Il. llRoaw. lClMaa, at 7.30 ,m,-Itirv (). ]t. Olaaaaa. .lanlarroo, a.I11 aI· f-lCe. . It. (I aaaaa. *Tntnl'rra, nt7.410 pi.m,-.-1" I. Cmahh, l1.T,.V.D. Old Vlaca at,.2o 2 ,in.-1IeV. O. It (lHaeaa. (lennlngaIA, at l n.m".4Ii, I). Fnilhlvaa. (herlavouru , at 7-10 p),,.-111'V. It. 11.l aa'aa, 3?aaraluml, nt-h a,,a.-Mfr. WI. Coaha,. RIhlllhnrthar at 11 ni.-TOllr . (. A. RSomervelle. 'Dlvine nervir at Mi'. Nlao'a, Sodllobnelc, an Bunday ncxt, ooaulaclaod by flaY. I. 1. Ilowda,

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

TELEPS APHl .C 0 0 LLIG1ENCE. (moM. OU OWr N CORn T 5 ONDENT SYDNEY,;: ' TUEDAY. TI'n internatiQnal crikdiet' match, Veroon's team v. New Southl Wnli, was resumed at !doon to-day. Scores :'" rigliihmen, first in nings, 337 ; Now South' Vales, first innings, 193; second innings, nine wickets for 252. The match resulted in a win for the Eng lishmen by eight wickets and one run. The intercolonial match, Victoria.versus South Australia, was won by the latter in one innings and 113 runs,. The Victorian Chamber of MInufactures has appointed a committee totalkf steps for the establishment of technical sihiools in the aol nv; the Victoriap Goerdinment to be asked to appoint a Royal Commission on the umatter. The betting on the Australian Cup is MoorhoubA0O to 1:; Spad. Guinea, 1000 to 100." 'I1itrailleuse is backed to win £10,000. London, Feb. 20. The British Mi?ister to the Republic :of. *-nezuela has tithdrawn. the fleet which was despatolhied 'to annex the Goldfield. The Gdvornmunt of Ve...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

CONOR1EOA''TONAT. CInr 01T, O1IIfNfONO. Thr nnv, 0. ]Telghtiwny conucs erics voy lnn an follows.: Gcrrlngogli, nt 11 In., and 7.80 p.n.

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SCREENINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

p SCREEINGS. "" SAT~trIbAYY's Mercury esays -The 'Glad Btone'. rt?es right through the Uoal.ClifYtunnel now; the rails being laid about ia couple of chaine beyb~nd the northern end of that passage. From there to the end of Messrs. Logan and Co.'s contrtletl nsply about throe-quarrtors of a mile, aind ne lge material is ready for comp?.et ing tllut part, tie whole work should bd'fiuiahed within a month hence. All that niow has to'be donu n b?he said contract ii l?twoon Clifton -ta"i. and the end of the .stion. riferrod to. '; Prospebt on ilondil?l;l ontnt of a man; natn8md Thomnas Cotbott, empbyel on .the Pros. pdet waterworl?, caught fire Ond before steps ? oP1 be tak e j rescue the occupants. oine of tm f?t, a child-sevon imonths old, was burmned. to 4losth, while the)vifeo of Corbett received anph ovore injurieos as to probably result fatally. ~ latter, who reas seriously cItrned about the ;r' wnae takoen to.?!i' Parramnatta -lospilal iid( attended to by Dr. Bowman. There are V mi...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

tOMlAN CATHOTOTT. Putndny Necxt-?Trlut 11' II nm. ICtizino. Kfnmnn (ovenf,'g) i int 7. y ltozwltdlo1nn. ETime editor rcr etes 1)hIu the aIminuiI cl1ergymen of the diotmict will torwnill nniinCuollnts of nervii no to hr lll from timo Io limo to ihlelr churchen, which notices will It oil 0one0 ho inserted grotio l(

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

SioiiW,--W\Voouh got i " 11 o?\V i'no1ilbor of the BuruetngilOoullo, ar1dt moust likuly iso gxood IL one" as oIh e' hlihd but it deats. rathor hIr'd that ,oii'o ifuliu other oaiulidiatoa h shoitll lhave boln dopHivld of Ihis cluceo tCho waiy he..,wals Mr? D, Kiug was Ilniilliniteo l twioo over, )but still could ot go to the pollVWhat suipport he would hlvo found caullot be lkiown i now, though ourtainly lonlly ponplo tholhght, him better out of the Ouotllil thlu, il it, huO?ntuo of his halving lind so mulch tb-'do with the Ind trmaoiny soheiuo, if not for alcy other reaoon, But both his omuinaltion illrs wore plro tiiiiooed'irrogulra, i onll onilo-uf tlhoiui for i reiason) thlat the Counell might linot Ipihliip heo ble to tnand by if i pieron considering hlllnulf ig grieyed; were to tlke the llllter illto court. Cortainly thure is no knowinga) , lit i court of law inly dol; but. Ia court of collciSeice iidil ,oeiilnoi eo1si would be very likaely.to lind tliat lMr . King anld hi ilni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

;)R,. TJOTN S. 1 1TT$'ON, I,.R,.,O.S. ENa., TR.O.P.E., LA.T. 1873, F.R.G.S. ENn., 1875, &o., LAte of Collins-trlcet Elwt MlFelnoulr'nei; d LTondon, Oonsulting and Oporatin, SBurgeon, ' "B RIGHTON VILLTA." KI AMA, [(Opposite Catholic Chapel.) AT Hon? ron OCONUrULATION: Mornings, 9 till 2. Evenings, 6 till 8. THE REPORTER AND ILLAWARRA JOURNAL,. o PUnLlITIED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SA'rURI)AY MORNINO. . WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1888.

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

o.,- 'To H111u OEIITORt, \is thal t lI aru. Piuttorit & Canolrool, hIs rc u~i 0 e tlr uct g Iof thu tioO?whh ha. , r ntho nia ~ ality, ha1vo at last got Uo tuo taoo vitoh 1)1ttJJ0ý' for theu mniiy so t , a?.t. c,:tu ar cd, 1ii. t y- t oio i, nuld ,' e goi,,g thog, I filoy i at once. '400C 1ll bloo tm, I. .?'Tl C(ouncil cau0n0l00 of c1urs30, ut o?A '?~fLence, and therelrofoo ill, not be Iohpoo...3tL.Oi3na0 0o far ias tliioa',ocs' Iltut Coo't "oao":" ft, 1; t wl0Oy 00o110 of itlwvh1oi t0lo grO to g ?t't(oai l'lleltc I l h1 \rl hg e ssr I ,.,;?5 . posed tl oafiy' i,0u03': `t is not to bO 00lp0 tooool iorooaoothe 000100 'ARb I o'looh 1ill ho oi tltblih d h Mally to defeat all claiooi douly es blooded w a court of° tw, t the oant .c old m0t01? frioli0Y tlhat thoy 1irwuVOt ooooy ; 01p00ve- rufuuing &ibeino do'otnthoe diitriout 't0iOlp0. ily Inigloht?pop)hat tio wt iu tholinsig wluhl b0OW pfl dt into, for inolody suoee to . k0ow it tall'hiý,thlo tilattll..u . i3O. "' con 10...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

ONE of the most prominent of political phenomona observablo in this colony just now is the increasing favour with whlic the economic doctrine of protection to native industry appears to be received. A fdw days: since, a largely attended meeting at Wollongong, which was convened, indeed, for the purpose, passed resolutions in favour of the protective systen ; and the protton. tionist press, is everywhero congratulating the colony on the celerity.. with which it is awakening. to the " fallacies of free trade," as illustrated by the result of recent by. elections. In one suburban lectolratd' the protectionist party not long since contrivesd to put theirn'man into the place which had lbeen vacated by a fr'eo.tra'alr, though only, as it would: appear, through the divisions ~wh?ich existed in the freo.trado camp; and in anotheor sarcely'a fortnight since, though they hitd niot exaotly the same luck, they missed it so narrowly, and their poll showed suoch an increase of strongth, that they...

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