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

O. CORRESPONDENOE, [T i to beo unlertooil itht we mt' Iely aIford to eotr?rpol dunlt thu opl])JtinIty) of e\txl??oitttf their ownt oltiitton ou tlatter" of pitittio titt eet't ; aid that we liro ll aot WIt Y flu 01 - tlted witL tihoo upihittot.] TO T'Eit-L)JTORlt, SmtI,-Solno thne ang, il ttiiticinlg the change of road at Spring Hill; you reitnlaiked, I think. that it was dotitful if yout would be table to get precise official informntiton about th6 work, On Friday it tnadoe nd lauigh to see that your cbntenijib?'ary had got it, whvlatevr it is worth. It could only como, I suppose, from one source ; and you miglit have had it, Li daro say, if you liad kil'tbw how to treat in'Ta ernment otlicer with due respect, like youri coltemplorary, which does not Iliblisll ilmportine?ut rmllarks on tlhe tnlalnor in which Oovernlnlnt wrork is dlone inh to district. Theo uperintendent is a capital i while hli is let alone. l ut I 'would have nowll tha, civil eor\ itiltau 'o.tint:i roealily nlts o...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

MEETINGS TO BE HELD. Jrotonstnt Allanco mnoets Fob, 20, at7.,0. No. 12. T,.O.T., nmcets Feb. 28, at 7.30. - No. 77, LT.O.L.. meetl Feb. 22, at 7 pl;m No. 115, L.O.L., ceets Nare~o 26, at 7.30. No. 14n0, L.O.T.. mots Feb. 23, M. 7.41 p.m. Boon of Temnpe?nco, No. 27, meots Feb, 22, lat 7.30.

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

Businffs Directory. X.~IAMA. A RNOL, MISES, (I S, I.) Dtessnan: Mann)ing-street, A t:Iil:', Det. ý'V!}i~ Physician oRI~d ATar', ,qunro;i " Cottage, Di tlq-ycl.t AAAALEX4;ý i lutuuuun and Carter, Mini'> .t1 ning .elrcctý s _________ JýEVAN, W. J, 'rilir &c., 'erral aneet. sý; r_ý,or ' f WN 1'l'Ounauth, Sc., Trra ROWNI', ;r(rAN t. B.- lon g-ustreet. flOWN, GEOIl~ilj'Nh~a & Geneiral Agent, B icrualotu-eti ' I 1)ULLTN,. GIQO Xeneral Stwckourpor, ~OUSI~8 6r rintiSrralongrlllmo. JIronnc I ia uorkerlo CA1IPBI L, J.etl t ots 1llund) Shoo Maker, Ml'Danpigetfl'tCuit D~lhT~a~t"+' iil Bllnraoekeo era CiOCK{I, W._- iXe"'-(luuiaui orclcce Pa, CO[IEMAN1, 6i1F'i' Cordial M~anuufac tOLIBl~, rcuur i~i .uutu~c G~t. 3)ll! (IOLUM.U1Ut3 [ Kih niull ai yatir Saloclni, ctalarming-street. r (~ORItfY`1A' ;,Xlyo Pa Inritr Paper-.ranger, C' &c., SI u6hl lrii atreLt1\., -illocoraor'k long Ftroo. ('COUSINS & o F, rat and Shlico ifao CROOKS, JON N y Dealor, (tfonr;, Boii street....

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

pFlErIY'I'EUTAN. 'Selrvifr6R llI1n eonllete1 II tie Pre iyteria: Cliircl8 on Suindiiy pixti Iy Ilie. .1. Wtlnon nn follows8 lCiamn, otf 1 n.m. JIsginbij , ni. 2.80 pan. KIaiaa, at 7.80 pian.

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

ELTO TO US. CTfTflOaI OP 1ENGTA ND. vinra RNreice will 1w cnnd lneivd on Suilny next in tWe Clurlh of Englnde CiinrclWeiy the R1ev. C. C. Dunetaiie, as followeR: C0rl1t ( roehli, ICiatn. nt II n.m. Ci i'iet Chuareh, at 7.30 p.m. St. (irerne'e, G errinfi7n, at 2.10 Ibrol. Crawley Porest, at 11 n.ei- M. .. Holbrook, Servieee will lbe ondluctcd In tin Chireli i 1of aglnvd analirenn. mel Alihceharnour, oen Snundy ncext, by the 1ev. T. OrCelanrl, en follows : .Taclwhrin it 11 alta. ihollhlecbour, ut 7.80 pee.

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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To Correspondents and Contributors. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

To Correspondents andli Contributors. WE must point iout to all who fai:;i our us with CORRESl'ONDENCe or CONmTInUTIONS intended for pub-. lication that, for very obvious reasons; we must adhere to the invariable rule that all such communications must be accompanied by the Name and Address of the writer, not for pub lication, unless desired, but a a'm guarantee of good f' ith. We shall refuse insertion to all communica tions likely to be oiF?nsive or to give' pain to private individu:ls, alnd shall hold ourselves at liberty to ex cise objectionible passages from contributions or let'er'

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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THE FIGHT IN THE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

THE FIIGHT IN THIl ABSSEMLY, IT' s diflloult to work up the proper amount of regret with Which the nowl of the ncohilntor butwoon two members of thie bow South Walue Logislaturo should, no doubt, beo roouivd (says the M?ulbourno Alcy .) We all, of'course, re cogniso that ion this ago of runson foroo in io ermndy. And an inocidnt of this sort is more than evor to 'be delnprcatd when takling phico within the procinots of iall hºtitution whoro wwootnoes and light and clmn doliboration nro supposedito provail, But,: after, till is'snid nod done, human nat, uroe l human maturea still ndi' will continno to be so until tho end of timo, And there is it certain unfortunlate fltines bout, the rieount occurreilnc whioh will do nuch, to .elfLuo.. the painful fuolings oOccasi)ontd by it lunog thu general publio, Who..i thul school builly gutse tlthrashing thelou Is little sympathy felt for' hhn, 'Thoro are oaoss when lrgtlmlllnt is of no: avail,, ind, when recourlise may lugiti ih4tably li be ha...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

DE.IA Rl'TU?S. At 12.15 p.m. daily (Monday: exccptod.) Gerringong and iaroughtoll Cireek. At 1.45 p.mn. daily (Saturday ex6opted.)-' Shellharbour, Albion Park, Dapto and Wollon gong. At 5.15 p.m. daily (Saturday. oxcopted) Sydney, J1,umlyrrt1ý,fuoburteio, l':::rrntwang Moss Vale, ; "

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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THE BUTTER MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

THE BUTTER M1 SRKET [Tu? subjoined oxtract from the London TioneR, dotting forth the state of the Irish markets, will be perused with intoruat by our roaders. Therih are many, of course, who recoLlluect shen butter: from COrk was from thno to time roe ceived 'inthe olony.] Tho annual report on the Ililh buttor' iadi: kots in 1887 han'just boon issued by Mu?sra, T..' J; 0ulolehanl 0 .0 Crk. 'Th? yea liis ebooa: one of,grot i fluotdattins in price, duo to the great drought anld. bhoit of. thoe stumnr. . I April tho seasomiopo?od wit 'a roosise of large suppliosa nd moeranute lpf c l?mldtil this was runlised'inj to the beginning'gof 'Jio. 13utter was plentiful in all the inarkots, and on the 3: th of mlay ?prices had rnached ia very libw level. Firsts atood n~474e sue onds t 0(12, shid thirds 'at 55s. Almosioiiitulouediately 40 long drouht' seot in, the rasult .ljbil that the yield. of 'ilk i nd buttor fell nitf, supl ios to the. ari' keli'all lover the oountry became etiiall, and, pri...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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POLITICAL. THE CHINESE INVASION. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

POLITICAL, , THE O?iINiEB INVASION. THE Premier has been giving very anxioun and serious consideration this morning to the alarming news tolegresphuld from South'Australia of al invasion of clhiese froln the Northorn Territory of thatcolony, who will make fri'et for tihe. ruby folds in Contral Anstralia; but are certain to spread further, and invade Wo v ,South a1'lee, Victoria, and Q nuenslandd. Sir BHoenry.,Parkes has received no official intination from theo South Australian ?'ov ernmnnt~s.on-theiy .subject, but,will probably, without waiting for this, It ' himnsolf in connmmunication with the Premioers of the Australian colonies, in. Order thlt united aotion 'ni) he taken, and that should South Auestralia determine on stopping the Chii nose immigration southward from Port D arwin, oven thonaghthl letter of the law ahouldl bh ;trained 3in doing so, she slhoul hlav t1he moral support of Australia. THE LAND''DILL. Though:Mr. Abbott's notion foai najournman t which is to he moved in...

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

ALBION -PARK. , (Abridged from Ilawcarra Merercro y.) ON Saturday Inst a cricket match-waR plnyod hero between oelh "ns representing the 8I -'' Ur. hour and Albion tPark clubs. As each hli on a match, this wn p?gnrded as thl ttest; .The locals put i stron 'tbalni into the flid, anmd had the advantage of lj. Drury n~ captain, a playerO of some celebrity fornm theu mlher country ; in fact, this gentleman is a pupil of Lord l-lnrria's, the well-known Kentish pltyor, and has fro quently played for his county.. Such boing the case, "ho is quite .an acquisition to our olub. The vliltore got badly licked. RAILWAY' STATIoN.-Tlho residents are jubilant over the docislon of (ll9. Ministor that the rail way station ii'to l?. at Oak Flat.s Dob, Ieso. this would have beon granted long since had proper measures been adopteod. The idea se+,nodt to be that getting up meetings, growling, and blowing would effect tlth purpose, instead of going at once to the fountain head.,

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

,. ... INQ UEST, AN inquest ? ias held by" the coroner, H. Connell, Eoi1.; a1s5'isted by it jury of twelve, on Monday last, at thl Kiirnia ottago HIlospital, tuaching the death of Willitto A rmstrong alina 11'Caibo, ai ylnttg imani who litd ?beenl employed at tlttt Iombo quarrits; ad hilitddied at the institultion above nieiutitoneod early on Sunday morning. Frtin the' evidence of two of his fellow workmen named Michael 'battigans anad Edward HambIoger, it appeared thatt on Satui day just after'dinner, deceased with as6ebil other wes was ngaged in movilng some olnpty? trucks along th thrain-linu towards the shotsa) Before the trucks had ceased to move, deceaid, in reaching to lay downl his tobacco-pipeoaut'a certain spot, where some of his other chattels were lying, incautiously placed his hnd in sucil a position that it got jammed botween t moving truck and one of the urprights or' connected with the shoots. He at once cated himself, and was assisted to t where his head was bound u...

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NEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH FOR BURRAWANG. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

NSW PRESBYTERIAN' CKURCT FOR BURRAWANG. [T'ra Burrawarqa lleivrld gives the following acvodllht o'.tle o'purnint of the'now, iPraehytoririn Obui'ch a ? 3 lrriawnng, the first ittolnb of which was -laid somea Iotoltlle ago by 'Mr. D.," L, Dyrnrbk,] '-theceremony in annnootion with til ojpeinliig of thie new Proaebytrianl Ohuroh, B3rracwang, was cominemoorated on Wednoedaty lcit, by an iopnling survicu and tOamenating. Thio.woeathor during the whole of the day worn a very throe toning apuect, and thore is no doulht that lhis. kept a large nnumber of persons away., How ever, aolatt 175 persons attended to witness the prooaeiliiig, and contribute thllir. min towards deofrayi'ing the xpolnsoa of furnishing tile church, & T'he pro'eedilngs commi)ented ini tia morn. ing iy sorvio inll the ohnroh at .11 a.m., at which t(le Ruv. Dr. Steel (,ydney) 'proached an impreaiive sermon appropriato to the ocea lson. Tlheo attendanco at the openinrg servico was small. At one o'clock prooiuly t...

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KIAMA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

XCIAZMA BOROUGH OOTYNOIL. A HI',uItu tnoaliug of thu Oi atiol tnkoo no Sittiiu dn y lslt fizr 06 puimpoRu of ulrot ny at manyor for t. Co currutiL yuiir and trnnuiaawt lug whitt'ver buuinuuu .hlio oiuinurd aincU thu pro. udllngmuuting. Thu wyholu of thu muInbura wure pruuunt, 'Piha Mayor, Mil., 1., F," Nobto, utatod tho cohjuot, if ho,,nfnutiug, I ntl tooke thuu o~pocltu.~ rrityT of cqugrurtulattlng Cli Counclil anld tIlmunlf mvitiildd in'thlu Con tol duringl thlu porloº~1 that~ Ito had, hold tlis ottiou of maisyor, un of iuo to wjhih thIey wusa now to prnvis lily anuuuuear, 1.16 1iusl Olui to thank Lisu Conossit Ojiurk for thi sIIuRHtsIsIua whicihu 1w 1hsd utwsiya givCn tinus to thu stnisuot if isis, aiiur, \Wish refusasira Lu Hoosa inuisialta iss Lsa ruuuut uauottuoº Illa cuu. ddct had boon the subjoet of some unfavour able criticis ; and he- did ?not question the right Of any ratepayer to speak his mind on the subject. lIis critics no doubt were in perfect good faith in the matte...

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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. SHELLHARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. BIIIt[L,~IA.IIOUR. At n special meeting of thoe. Sholl alrhour Conloil on Saturday, Februnry 18th, Mr John Fraser wns tlnanimously elected Mayor for the ciurront, mulliipal year. OIRICK T.'', A match will ho pldyade on the Albion Park crilcot groulnd on naturdriy next betwoeen teams rep)roisntiig Albion Park and Kian. ...... MUNTIOOPh ?IA M'IRl8. Thelo Mayor'of.. Kinna ;: r, II,.F. Nohloe, lof. by stenmnor youtorday for Sydnoey, with aview to the tranntclion of certain business in con. icltion with thoe ffaire of the Corporation. II.. CONNOLL, KSQ., P.M. .. " Weo are orry :to Ilern I(it our?teetomed police magistrate, II, ConlollE, "sq,. who. returned tq Kiinain omiSitn iay loast after it niuiitli's iseei duno in.tlio'Bluo'Mauntains, has not beonvory. greatly lionlitted by his loavo of abionce and ohangq of air,--the woeanose and partial iuson-. sibility at the extremiitioa whitch woro among the aymploams complained of, remaining much as the we or + FAlAlTA....

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A STRANGE STORY FROM DUBLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

A S'TANS STQOIY PROM DUDLIN. Tallt FuIIC?MAN's JounINr, says :-" Thore reo side in a fashionable part of l Rathminos, DtllIlin,,a familty coiislitilig of a cmothi'r, who is a' widow, two or throo sons, and thrio young ladies, sisters-nt all nvents they wore supposed to beo so. The family were hold in the highest respeo, and until an inuident we are alhout to relato ocourred,'their house. hold was'undidtlurbod iy any' oit?nofthoa way oodurrenoo, Two of tlhc young Indies wore prp'ossessing in appeiaranco, and gifted with many aouoonplishments, T.'h.third-tthl lidest, we' leieovU--wcas not d(Ivoid of good looks ditherl, and posske?red a oe)tain amount of musiocl oaltteccn, whioh was idisplayeod of. foltively at nume rous roentliies, parties, and evacning assoumlis abocut tlh neighiourheood, Slhe also devcloped a recnimarkelul talont foir cirlewing, Shic waes freequently mob with at soaitl assa?nllulhs anld paces of ccntorltnai. untl; and was acdmireld ovnry wlhmu for her gorid looks an...

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HEAVY FLOODS IN NORTHERN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

HEAVY 'LOODS IN NORTHPRN .QUEeNSLAND. Ji3I'rwlgi,N 13.0 p.m. oil b'i idnay, nIId p n, on Hillrdity, 20 iholiu 72 polnti of..r O. ,full at ltoilckmnpton,:. 'lhn gruuater parlt of L:li ttqow Wtt ulnipor.,ateor, blntda pifiig to 0nilu aioil ingi, hlt . the wntur q nlollyer, rall iuoff,.Many. peoplit.nrll lootld )lit. .[ln Northv, .lokh.niliton a.hliitii. ieulotigtl t~ .li , lc,,l eraleoy forelurly iinmiignlr nid inits pt,-r qti .l)i rentr nl ntitcwy, ,ne tynalihed, away.'. iEkoreluy,. wes Inilldo at the tllm, lit. gKtnll, itir wne weshled awny y? , the tmoryullt ..11 rowr oi(v ul, '.io buoly woe rn. 'tti lidtlintntifiedny; ? l'ilflii?' W w'?n lifted a dluliii?co of?,0Irt; no?il .dUopiieId .un) Iho blk of a IiileOk.l. ,vltirtiwayti;..i, lillst/y pmlnuntwl woro dhitln'? fu 'l 8ivwral IhuolnsOn hi ,ltral 1"0(.,khamp tonl wurin iVnl'eii Od'it iii,' tlbi ? kio biidgeU waeiiuld awny. At Ihe inultk of Athulhtonoe ?hlign in lu son o?' wante o la ar ! the ueyeu ui ieu?ih, nad .pmople, iving thl...

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A TERRIBLE TALE OF THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

* A TERRIBLE TALE OF TH?I SEA Two Swedish sailors wore landed at Plymouth recently, the sole survivors of the American ship Alfred Watts, of New York, which was wrecked with the loss of 26 lives ofl' the lahammas, The sutrvivors passed a dreadful tiie,. Th'l ship brokeu up, aind thliyremihineil on a part of the wreck, from the main pot, Lion of which nearly. all the other'l-hads were washled away. There was the only one chance for those on the raft, and'that'was to get back to the wreak. This some of th9in did, !butr the owners 's on, in, his do. lilrium, "wilked intdo th' ';ater, Anotiii' was droihimod who ;jumped' into, the "water with the ,intention of swimming. A Rus. sian Who, leaped into the soea in despair- was seized b 'ea shark, and a fourth was too ex. hiausted t'o. povi'ent' himsalf from'. being washed 'away. ' Time two'. Swededs ifinally reacohed the watmr.loggnid Alfred Watts, Thore they sanlk downl, exhausted and un.. consoious,., On recovuring thy found plenty. of foo...

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LICENSING COURT. FEBRUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

LICENSfl'TG QOURT, FlcnuuLttyu 21. IIN ootenrnonca a the rosiugition a( Ui',ort ?IiJlor, I nj., n9n a io~nln* of tht)')OhII r~lIubai, r; Ut ri l'n'cOlfl 111 iiLltlol wsR naIc roesudi to tLbe .l i ac t't angieLtraiou LI ILLnt; that n Hutows. 'tor iglrIIIt ho oIsI(n' wit tot inlny. A ItOoiIng of thue : bna o) vao owa is naq eootiy uoin uuttd for. ' linioray, 21st ()doHitrday);, wihrt tliorae oWoro prounot, lioHi'luii lho policO 111(15 IraLu, ii, Gunnellonool hirurs: 0 Unioron :J Cot. way, I'. irown, NL N. iiim iarh ,. ,.1 ovy . J. (4 rainot,:, ilihw4'V. U I onwIo I t.G J,, iu iiiei. Mn. (Jiitellii, nrt oiiirioao, laving roni briof 'raintnrih nn Ltub tint 'd of thu; ditlo, pto· proneed Mi, Mi. N. ;'I~indtnnoru saA lsuuaer Lt tir, Millor. Tun noailnaLion wo''nuuinodod by 1Ir T. Bir'own, al cmred ttinoiiioul M, r Iiti ul'l .oro. iriotiv nointi~vioiligil thie lo our bitlotiwi, tie unail rots. "k

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

MISOELLANEOUS. . I?PoRTLa (intorviewing rich "man) " You began life barofooted,, and worked for 5 a wook, I believel " '!No, sir, I' didn't." " Well, that will' have to go in;, any way. ThIy all do it, and if we should make an ox. caption in your case our readers would corn. phlin." Tu; Mayor of North Illawarra (Mlir. Aquila Parsons) claims to have the champion crop of wator.melons in Illawarra this season, grown at his privato, residpnce, Moutli Ous. ley. One of thlso mlonis, shown by Hlim at ,hii blusiness place;inh Wollongong on Thulrs clay, turned the scale at 3311h, "A'no'rhad'always dcliliod to eat oatmeal, although his mother had urged it upon himi nasa strengtheieing diet, Suddenly, lie sur. prihed lior by one -morning eating a' lilral pl'ateful and calling for." more,;' When slie asked for an expl'anatiol hl replied "I an goiing.to eat oatmeal till I get strong enough to thrash Uregory Scott," "'A Younid, NA?'rii Ai,Rs' "'writd.s us to learn "liow ell'can rcatch a: liae was...

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