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ITALIAN MILITARY BALLOONS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 February 1888

ITALIAN MILI''ARY BALLOONS, OAiTiv 'balloonls for the Italian army in Abyssinia have been made in Paris undeir the supervision bf Count Pecori Gerardi, di. reotor of the Italiati aeronautic soivice. They are lighter than those hitherto used for purposes of military reconnaissance, being only 331. cubic metres in volume instead of 500, and having a diameter of eight metres. This reduction of size renders it unnecessary to have a steam engine to work the windlass on which the rope holding the balloon cap tive is wound. Six hundred men are sufll. ciont for the purpose ; and in case of need even theo. widlass may be dispensed with. Count Pecori Gerardi has also obtained a bal loon in England, which with a volume of 180 cubic metres can raise an observer 500 metres high. It is made of goldbeater's skin of great strength, the net and rope being of silk, and the car weighing only two or three kilogrammes. The use of the tele. phone to speak from the car to the ground, or even to theo quart...

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

P? .o: T ..L. MAILs arrive at aid'.d opart from Kiamna a ?folows :- Aliftivs. At 10 n.m. tdanily C(Monday ocopted.)-Fromn a Monoy, Moms Vale, Rnlbr.ldon, nld'Jamboroo. -t 12.30 p.m. ddily:(Mornday excopted.)- Wollongong, Dapto, Albioti Park, and Shell At 5.15 p.m. daily (Suindy excoptod.) Gcrringongt.nd Broughton Creeok.

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

Officeholders. THE ollico held by the kidneys is one of import ance. They act as nature's sluie-way to c Orj'g off the extra li(lquids from the system, and w\3'ui them' the impurities, both thIos that areo lpkeu lunto the stomach and those that are foientcd in the blood. Any clogging or inaction of these orgtans'is thereolore important. Dir. 1EL.L's nrlTr'i'ta are nature's efficient nesietant in keeping (lhe kidneys in good working order, strengthening threm, and inducing healthy action. If 'yon would get well asd keep well, take on. ncLLU's am'rTTrts. WORKING.MIEN. Before you hogin your'heavy spring wvork afte ' a winter of relaxatiton, your system needs cleoni: sing andl strengthening to prevent na attack of , Ague, Bilious or Spring Fever, or some other Spriig'sickhoes that will unfit you for a season's. work; You will save. tiine, much. sickness aindt great expense if you will use ono blottle of D)r Soule's Atmerian Hop Ditters in you' famtily` this moisuth. Don't wait. Burlinrg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 February 1888

L- .' Officeholders. THE ollic iolid by thelo kidiieya is on of imnport ancue. Tl'h.y act a natIIRule'B luice-way to cnarr off tlir Pxt'ii liiqiidi f'roii theo systemii, and wiLli tlhem ., ipiiipitiu.l'iiithl tliou tlint are taken into the otbiinnlh and tlihose t?at .ro. formned in the blood; Any cldoaing or inaclion of ffleae organs is tihoroefio imnpourtint. Dn. IIlIu.'aB IfTTTK are nntilto'n .lfficient emiatalnt in Itkecp.npg lthe .kidneys ii i;Qood, worlkin.i , order, strolgthelnllrgi thai, and iidilluinig healtlly action. If yoI wolid get well and keep well, take anit. IEri.'mr rlnicreaS. S, WORKING-ME·lN. Before you It;gin your eaonvy apring work after a winter of'rolnxntion, your Hsylein niodn clon)i sing and strenfgtitioniig to prv)tnt, aiitnl|cl' of Agke,'Biiou? or'Spriitl? Fever, or some dth'lieB Sprimg ickngsl thit will niirit'yohl?-for, n ia Bseasu 'i worlE. You 'will ve him'o, unch siBkneBs iifd .,rent exponsibOif you will nau oln bottle of Dr. Koulle' Atitoricani Hop B...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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A PRESENTIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 February 1888

A PRESENTIMENT. Mn.. M'NiLL, a reprisontativo of tith Lon~ dbn SPowTrasAN, was sent to France to report t@e ithtiin fa;i npimr lighlt; : j15r; I\Neill was murdered in Boulogne, It is widely aspposcd that Mr. M'Neill was decoyed to the west enid of Boulogne; that Ihe was in* duced to enter a house ;-that during his stay he incau'tiously reovdchd~ ,)ia ii^ tLiih'th had'a considerable aioiun'o ioneyuo his person; and thaLt pn starting fatf hour to catch the ro ii o apd assailed near tio slhore, rendered inson siblo by a suooqssio. ghleavy..bloys8infliote l\Jith a sti8 ""of{lgido;,i rbbtl. of i1 ,monoy, and. thon carried down to tfe was. fern sands and thrown.intothle.se? Madame Torond, the proprietress of theOifo ] Fournoy, lhas a very distinot recolleotion of seeing Mr, 1'Neill, wlom she nt ouno iduntigf ij plhotographpittintgin"the.placea'fw f.wdays before Christn1sI. h wi him as a cgpi' l who wns short in stature, .e had on a small round hat, and was Wid'?iT""lo' dark-blue rough plu...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 February 1888

WESRRlIVAN. Oorvloes wRill be ennd1uotcd In theo Weoloyan Oburcb, on Bunday neit, not fohlowo : Kinona,n at II.m.-UIov. II. i. lnowen. Kiama, at 7.iIO p.no.-hlcv 0. It. Olnanon. Jamberon, at ii an.m-flcv. 0. It. Olaaacin. *.Tamberoo. at 7410 pln.-Mhr. It. Crobb. 0.T..V.D.' old I'Iacc. at 2.70, p~m.-hev. 0. It Ohinuson. (lrrrniapoag, at II .m.-MBr. I). Fiolayon. Orerlnagoar, at 7.30 p.n.-hIlov.I. II. fl'awen. Yoypronad, it II nr.m.-Mr. WI. CocIu. VRhrlllarbour at II n.m.-Mnr. 0. A. Somervllyp.I~dj * Il~ivno aerviro at Mlr. Nble's, RAddlrblobn, ano ud acat, CoaduCtel by 11cr. It. I. Ilowro.*

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ASLEEP FOR YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 February 1888

ASLBEP FOB YEAES. T'PU villago of.Utica (Minis.), has a curiosity in the person of Hermani Harnos, who has slept almost cdntinuously for tlio last seven years. Heo has been treated in a dozen dif forent ways, but no one has !been able to break his protracted slumber. : His - ilPemnt: is variously denominated heart trouble, softening of the brain, ]3right's disease of theikidneys, and a complication of diseases, par) ofthp?l resy)Jtng~fromlis. protracted period f soimnolence. Harnes camo here in 18s80.froni uth rn nodis, where he suf: fered terribjly from fever' and aiue. A few months after his arrival here he fell asleep one day and remained in a somnolent condi. tion until the spring of 1884, only wakting fori a few. minutes every two or tlireo days 'to take a little nourishment and then not seeming to recbgn'iis ,'anjozie.h When heo awoke in 1884 he arose and went about his work. For a month his health and habits seemed perfect. He wvent to bied at the usual hour,, slepj-through t...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 February 1888

CONO1GGATfONA' CHUUJfl', OEftI?NNOANO. Tile 1iev. 0. IIfelhlway condulct crV1lc.e every Beunndy as follows:- Gerrngonog, at It s~m. and 7.30 p.m.

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OUR MILITARY FORCES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 February 1888

OUR ;.MIMI';RZ'MRY 70aECS;! nI. (Front hils Evening Nwed) :A i0oo dealhas beeno hoa'rd lately' ofthe organisatioin iaid control of tho nilitaiy~fyforces of .t~.loolony, and tlye necesaity of ,havingla responsible iiaii at: its headi whos ,?ivould b1 nitiramimelled b' redtapeisnii."li nonnctioii 1 ith thismaptter an oilloai of on o o r serve corps complains;:that " the continued ap t!yof to, Governmant regarding matters ofnooted wit'ltheo military forces,' laridthe defdiln'of lth courtijf i mliost sei'ios inithe face of t i]ntiellhgepce .arv Iivg; day, byday from t Europe. The usua laredtapeismn con inues in focrd, lnd nothiig is doncto pie pare for the blow that may fall oi lus, This -ill continue till!wair in']Europe' has acotually eorlmmnced, and the eeidliiy's fleet may be expcteod on our. coasts, IThuo acIOt j roppara tions will b nmade, eo shaoll perob~lbly. have heavy batterics of artillory placed' in the most imporltantFr positions All tleo nrms of, the service, oavalry, infa...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 February 1888

ROMAN CAT?IOLWc. fhlndoy Noxt--?ono at 11 n.m. T(Ianol. lma o(eveling) ? poLt 7. IlenEcdlictlion, (Tlle editor reqleots thaIt tho varlou elertymen of the distriet w ill forward annollencment of sorvices to behbld from time to time in their cehurcelo, wh?he no(toea will In nil coos be insorted gratiel

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A TOWN DESTROYED BY A MONKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 February 1888

A .TOWN DESTROYED BY A MONKEY. A cmnouMTANcOJ probably without aparallel. eve~iin the history of the United Statesai~ just reported from Ashlaid, Wisconiid Ter' ritpry, viz.; the destruction of the town of Wakefield by. fire through the mischievoits. ness of a monkey. The. animal. was kept in the Vadudeville Theatre, andhad the freedomn of the place.. During the evening of the 2tth. ultimo the animal got to some kerosene, covering itself with the oil. It then set fire to itself with a lamp which was burning in .the roomi, and theni appeared at thoe window of tho theatre, its antics while there amius ing the people. Presently the building was in:flames, and the. monkey, running about in.i.s frenzy, set fire to other places. The' buildings in the town were of wood, and the conflagration spread from place to place until the whole of the town was in ruins. Gangs of roughs during the progress of the fire commenced looting the stores, and in most instances the flames had scarcely reached ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 February 1888

1DR. JOHN S. WILSO()N, M.R.O.S. ENo., LR.O.P.E., L.M. 1873, F.R.G.S, ENC., 1875, &ac., Late of Cqllins-satroot East Melbourne; and London, Qoneulting and Operating Surgeon, "BRIGHTON VILLA," KIAMA, (Opposite Catholio Chapel.) AT HoME0 FOR CONSULTATION: Morninga, 9 till 2. Evenings, 6 till 8' THE REPORTER AND ILLAWARRA JOURNAL. -0 PUBLIBIIED EVERY WEDNEBDAY AND BATURDAY IOENINO. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1888.

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ENGLISH AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 February 1888

ENGLISH AGtIOULTTYR.i (Tns subjoined extract from the London' DAILY TiLLonRAPII exhibits a somewhat gloomy picture of matters connected with English agricultural land, the value of which scarcely a generation ago, was sup posed to be among theomost indefeasible of all things,-!' as it imighi i be still,'" protec.; tionists will say, "if their systerm of encou. raging homo industries were adhered to.). : Meantime, agricultural depression, so far from being lessened, is still more severely experienced, the evil results of the summer drought and the depreciation in the value of store stock liaiang caused many . needy farmers to be,utterly unable ton meet the tithe rent clr iniconie tax, nd poor -rate claims, which all fall togethler ia''t li present period. As rogards income.tax, it ought .to be easy einough to get relief of this, where there arie no profits. The council of the Central Chamber of Agriculture some months back prepared a full 'statement, describing the state of the law, ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 February 1888

OONsIDERINuo how closely, in a local as well as political sense, the question of Protection is coming home (in Lord BAcoN's words) " to men's business and bosoms,"-our near noeighbours to the southward having sent up a petition in its favour, and tlhe people of Wollongong having held at least one public meeoting with the same object-the question of Free Trade .veasva Protection is one to wlhich our local population will do well to give some candid and leisurely, consideration during the interval, whichi', of unccrtaip l;ngthi that musotL elapse before another par. liamentary election takes place. If there are any of our readers who hold the opinion that the present fiscal policy of the colony, w~l'ieh purports to be a free-trade policy, ought to be changed, we shall he happy to give tlhem an opportunity of ventilating such opinions should they desire to put them into print, in which, as Lord BAneow remarks, )'tis pleasant, sure, to see one's name." We are of opinion that a wellcondu...

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COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 February 1888

*COMMERCIAL. - South Coalt and West Camnlon C ?, nitve Pe Company (Linitod.)1?> "' Following aro ltheo quottioon :- £ R. n. £ a. D. Rntter, per ii........ 0 0 6 to 0 0 8 Ditto. second...... 0 0 3 .0 O .,4. Fanto'R ....;.... ..... 0 10 . .O 0 'nenro(lhund crd) 0 0 7 0 0 8f DJo.(Ochline clored) 0 O G4 0 0 7f Do(lenvy & ronghl) 0 0 3 o 0 0 4 IInms (lnnd cured) 0 0 10 O ^l-. Do (nnchiuone cured) 0 0 6 0 ,0,7 Lnrd.................... 0 2 0 0 3 ('liheoP............... '0" 0 2 0 0 4 Diito, seco0nld..0;..... ' 0 .'-0 0 0 8 HInlly, per Ib...... 0 ' '4'' 0 0 4 PizH, aliv .......... .; 0 O' 2 0 0 CalveR. nn,. h...'..;... 30/ 9 0 .1 14 6 Hildes,'r' l...., O .'0 2 0 0 o8 Calflkiri oneach,.i.. 0 1.0 0 1 9 T'nlow, per'ton...... 14. 0,, 0 15 0 0 Flour, pt'toni ..... 10 10 0 11 10 0 Dilo, o nd ...... 8 15'i .. ' 15 0 I.Hnn.................. 00 7 O 8 1i 'ollaid ............... 0. 7 ,0 0 0 8 Mnizo, por liushiole O t , .8 6 0' OS 8 (iiuoini , per ton...... ;3I0. O10 :! . 4 10 0": Ilay, oate4...

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MEETING TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 February 1888

MEETINGS TO BE HELD. Protoetant Alllnee meets Feb. 29, at 7.80, No. I2, L.O.L,, meets Feb. 28, at 7.0. No. 77, L.O.L., meets Feb. 22. at 7 p.m. No. 151, L.O.L., meetsI MIardl 28, at 7.90. No. 140, L.O.L., mcets Feb. 23, at 7.30 p.m. Bonam of Temperanee, No. 27, meets Feb. 2i, at 7.30.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 February 1888

~an~r~,;'ll!S~ iii, i;'A.) Drcsenotki TrRNS;ONi¶( qi J3 YAN, W."~ 'ei~, &, crai J31oWliinIyu 3 Tnenih,&c, IroVN ,& .Vilii Wo'i ker;:l '1erralog·nt Mannnir . etret FlOCKS, 'Wa, 3 I!'t) 61 Stollrek hccr,' AbI alnd Qltar Sl~blalroot Ihh n,,aal'ae Paper anger 'I a'd'n atreetct SQ1r, Root. an ha ua tjOret e, :?~! anld trerrtignog. lol ,ROOKS, ? (Coal Dealer, Bols Bor?gfo -EITZ, l.t|7iP Saddlor & haroes, Makur, M unlnhing.aleot. -t i T'Z, IIA ·ES, Ilorse hor & Gonoeral : .. Blalckern t f'r~atong~atreet.,0 DEITrZ, P. or, &c., Barniey~etreut. fWYEX R B"8I (WT.l & ED.j) Biiggy Bil 'deri, IdloigStroot, ,YICR, A. JMe' I. sIoveoml,,) Tolincionroi, & Fruitoier, Teorrlonguitrtre. YMOOK, D. L., A Muot al olrt, Terralong. e , treet, - --.. . EI'INGSlAkUS N, A., & SOS, :Builleri, . and.Uhldertakers, MaBlnling stroei r . onlogr.. A lreoInt . ; ! li pa: l AZUS, ,'raoiic a'Tlor Terra. .L ·long-trtoot .*: fLEALEYr '1 Tl)S, l le loor...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 February 1888

BarIoai WlijbO COadUtCld In the pre'obyteah Cun h On Riandily next by Reov. J. WVileen a' follow.: - Lanen, atl 11 .m. .rmbereea, at 2.130 pe.m KIanie, at P.80 Ne.·

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 February 1888

RELIGIOUS. cnIIUncnII OF ENOLAND. Dlvlne Rervie willhe conducted on Sundnay onxt In (hs thorch oa England ChuKlrhes by *ec CRe. E. Crlofoad, aa Sollowo : Chrlt Ctlnrcl. intomn, at 11 a.m. Bt. Georne's, OerrlnonK, at 2.30 p.m. fhollharhour, at 7.08 pumr. Crawley Forcst, at II a.nt.--r. . olbrool. Servlces wIll be eonducted In the Church of England 3nr.thcmo, and Sholhlilrbour, on Sunday next, by the 1Rev. C. C. Dunstan. as follows: ' nnberoo at 11 a.m. SChrist Church, ot 7.80 p.m.

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LATER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 February 1888

LArin.--The Orown ,Prince has been seized with a violenttlit.of cou hing. It islc feared that intlamnpiation of the liligs has set in. There is intense excitement in Eorlin. Sir Moroll Mac keunzie dieagrees with: tlie. treatment of the wound in the Crowq: PrinceO's throat rOcomcIaoen dod by theoGerman d(ctors. LATE?,S~-Bnulltins now being issegd about tile health 'of lth .Crown Prince are di uuch a serious charactor that they occasion great' alarm throughlut the German Empire, and there is a c, ' eapr iding excitement is Europe. The British Government igtend to revive the )Department 'f Agriculture. Feb. 22. A smart outpst oengagement has taken ls e betweem, ,the I.ldia and Abyssinian troops near Sanati, the Italian base of operations. It is probablb that the French Premnier, M. Tirard( will be ousted fronq oflice on tihe ques tion of the vote for tihe Secret Service. Sir Henry Holland will consult with Sir Clharles Mitchell late Governor df Fiji, in ,jril, on the condition of affai...

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