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

TOBACCO. Photographlic Illustrations to Ibe soon on alnl N.S.W. Irllway btations, represent' DJxson & Sons, tlhe IAIGIEST'TOBACCO ET'AB[LISIlHMEN'L in thie 80UT'lEIIRN ' IEIMISPI'F[IEIm, wlhero are shown ?lIn at WVork, \Varehonollse,.Building, Tohnoco, &o. DI X SON 0 ' 8 CONQUEI R'OR FACTORY not only. manufaoturbe moo 'T'obnco thalln nly other, bIt Ionenineoe tle bIulk-of tile American Loaf imnportoed into Now Bueth VWales, and hence the great deotmnd for their Tobaccos. DIXSON'S only Brands are: CONQUEROR-With a far greater sale than any Tobaoco in Australia, YANKEE DOODLE-- The finest Flat and Twist'Dairk Tobadco. : SIR ROGER-Navy Twist. The fanious Thick Twist. NAIL ROD-Dixsoon's Nail Rod. CHAMPION--OCoicst Virginian Gold Loaf-Flat and Twists,. CUT-Ruby, Oriental Mixturo, &c., in thme neatest of boxes, tins.and packset CHEAP TOBA OS-Ben Bolt, Imperial in Flats, Challenge, and Centonidal in Twists, Cloth of Goqld, Brights;... CIGARETTES-osonethfing ,New. '1...

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SCREENINGS. [?]R. V. PINKSTON[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 February 1888

SCRgENI~ NGSZ, diR. P. PIHK&FONW. W h.l,.Anrro that tijo above.namoedt-1gdtIutli, f?lmi?ly or Kinm neand nbyi oe o'of tile pr, prfetort,of AlI. OLotanaurual lHerilrd, heas boon electbd 'lnyar of Colnainundra. Sir. Pillkctolne bRo been fur unn yoare a momber of the Onotn wndra Monicipnl Conocil, nnd we hopo .nid have no doublt thnt heI will fill hin nlew position to llla own credit nluid the mlvllatntage of the mitnnicipality. A anr nalnmed J. 1.Gre lwilfu travelling to 'i!cnnia hasno perishod from tlhirt. Sin lTrlni PAni?s thrcatont tn resigli if he cannot linve his way over tie "Sttlnle lHomo." Ar thle end of 1887 thll ydney flspitl lhid an ovurdrtft at the bhnukof £11,149 5is 811. TooI Powers are Ilnrlueytig, wtlls 0 view to tlhe othtlement of the diflculty in rognrd to tlhe Illlngarin throne. IT is understood thalnt Donllor, who is now ito London, will join tile Anatralian Eleven on their arrivnl Iothere, and will play with tlohem thlrolghlout thle tolunr. T'll freotroder...

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THE MATHESON-M'ELHONE AFFRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 February 1888

THE MATHESON-M'EL~OED UFFRATe [Tihc fnllowin additional opisode in the affair, which lately dld no much credit to our Houseo of Representatives, is reported as lhaving oc. curred 'iln the Anasembly on Wednesday even. in :-* Mr. Opoinntd wished to refer to a eatltement made in reference to the White Rook mine ataffir. It was sitid by Mr. Mathcsan that the member for Now England hsd informed hitm about the cnverlation about the White Rock mine. There were two memtbers for New Eng, land, and the. hon. member for qolen Intes shonlld state whlich one he referred to. Mr. MEIhmone : Am I a liar, or is this manl (pointing to Mr. Matheosn) as liar? You can have it aain, old tfollow. The Speaker: Order I There ia no question before the Houseo. Mr. M'Ehhn,,e: Who in the liar 1 Crica of " Ohair, chair." The Speaker: I must ask hLon. members to pay somea respcot to the ruling of the chair. fherel is o motion before the Ilouse, and this matter, and no otlher matter, snn be disncused unless a moti...

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(From the Sydney Papers.) London, Feb. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 February 1888

0,. ·. (Fr'onm the Sydney I'apers.) !.: ,. London, Feb. 20;.. ' M. Dolaporto Ihan boon appointed to eucceed MI. Felix Faure a(i\Under-Seoretary for tli ; Colonies iin tho French Government. ,Kafft nann, tlhe German gamokooeepor, wilo abnot M. do Brignon, one of a party of French jsportsmen, iln the Franco-Geronau frontieu ]Ias been acquitted. It is announcd that thero is no truth in theo roporthant.overturea had been made by Gor many to Switzerland with a view to the occupa. tion of'the .Jurn by tlmo Landaturnm iri the event of the outbreak of lihostilitiea bUotwcn Franco aund Germi')y. News li'ru beoon received announcing the rio i lenae of'Oedbral Digby Willoughby, late Corn ninnder-in.OChfif of time army of tihe Hovas, who wan arrested:and imnprisoned iin Madngascar on Sachiargo of having embezzled £12,000. Tho.M., M. a. Cnledonion loft Adon on the S19th outwards, and the Salazio left tihe same dsy hooward'..a;. SrThe deatlhj.announced of Count Corti, the Italian AhniiBheador in ...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. FRIDAY, 7.30 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 February 1888

TELEG1APHIO. .IN TELLIG?ERCf. ('noat oun own conntoslONoDENT ) SYDNEY.. FatitnY, 7.30 P.ar. A cnlctrr malch, Shaw's tonm versuu a now Auatralianl teamnn, was cotnuenced on tlo As sociatlion ground to.day. The Auntralians won the toes, but owing to a wet wicket ec-laiu Englishmen in firut. The latler ecorol' 173 runns. ''The Auultralians lhnavo lout two wickote for 12 rune. The firetiian who was killed alt lthu recentlt fire at Fraser's in York-.street rwan accorl:dedl a firo mlan's funeral to.dty. Conlmunication heas bIen inetrrupled on the Port Darwin line, noltih of Powell's Creek, cinco 9 0 atn.. td-day. The Chlllneso new year was wlcorn ? u or 100 leading citizens. A grand b 'itiitl 'thu Tow', flail by thu well tii?emfierclhalitl. Way Lee& Co. i' iuh.y or ci" * membersa were iivitod. Tile ul ae ? 'f1j. dealinls t hir? eso?tre at, 1 in'oli" ll shinll were not dliciunarOnd. , iu eight hours' protertiln aeioniltion hi buingI f"iortlntd at A delaide, with the object of biodi...

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

SHELLHARBOUE COUNCIL. Tusi Shellharbour Municipnl Council mot on February 22. 1'rcsent--the Mayor, Aldermen Armstrong, Browoleo, iJcks, slu., Dowluoy, Mood, and Hicko, jun. UOIRlsI'ONDEI.'( Outward.--Aaking the Governmn nt to surn oy thle shores of the Illawarra Lake ndjoining the Borouigh. Standilng comlnittedi of Council were appoin. ted for the current year. In lilnanoe items amnlunting to £80 17s, ando main amuth coast road £30, were lpassed. The Quarterly*Report and Hlalf-yearly Ab. struct of RoIrenues and Expenditure was adop ted. A list of defaulting ratepayers was laid be.o fore tilhe Council, and it was ecided to take action to recover thle amounts. .i Oinnluittees report on tenders for gravelling or metalling about 40 chanis of the main anoutlh coast road J tihe tender of RIaftery &O'Brien for spreading giavel at £2 Ds per chain was app. ted. VI~nAL iRPOiTo . Alderman Armstraong reported that the gravelling on thoecalderwood .rosd was comn plted. onllittee halnd lo...

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KIAMA AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 February 1888

EIAMA AGRICULTUR.4.L ASSOCIA TION. A MEEzI'no of the above Aesociation called for Friday of last week having fallen tlhrough for want of a quorum, conscequont, we bolievoe, on the absence of members of the Cosmmitteo at the Broughton Croeek ashow, a meeting was umnaoned for Tuesday evening last which took place accordingly, had there were present: R. Miller, Sen., Vice President, in the chair, Messrs. Brown, Curtis, Craig, Campbell, Cole, Dunster, Grey, Hindmarsh, T. Love, Som orville, and the Secretary. Minutes of previous meeting were read aind confirmed. COILREH8PONDENCE. The correspondence outwards consisted of letters to (1) Messars. J. Bright & Co., Wollon. gong, informiig them that a protest,had been lodged against their pair of buggy horses beinlg awarded second' prize on the ground that one of thie animials was not their bona fido property, apd that the protest would be considered at a meeting of tihe commnittee on Tuesday evening, when they will have to be represen...

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

SHELLHARBOUR. (IltoM oun confRr8PONDINT.) ON Wednesday evening last a meetiag was hold ill the Temperance Hll to consider the advisa. bility of forming a poultry society. Mr. T. 'Fonwick, J.P.. was voted to the chair, and Mr. lt. Allen wao appointed osecretary pro. fern. Lotters raid telegrame were read from friends at a distanlcoe expruassing sympathy and proumis. ing support to tile onovemenlt. It was resolved that a socity, to be called the " Shellharbour Poultry, Pigeon, and Canary Association," bu now formed. The foe of Imemborship wao tixed at 10a 6d per annum. A atrong Provisional Oommnitteoo was appointed to canvass for sub* scriptions, &c., and to report at the next moout* tiog of thle aassociation to'be hIeld on March 7. The associntion propoae to hold an exhibition of poultry, &.,, im the spring of the year; and as the society will devote its attuention to this one object, it is thought a large number of ex hibita will be got together by mneans of special ...

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

;TAMBEROO. Tun P'rotestant Centennial Demonstration, which had boeen previously announced in the local papers, took place a i, lhe Protestanlt Hall on Thursday orsinirg, and was atternded with an amount .of success which muet have been most gratifying to its promoters. In speaking oft success, however, in this case, one has no pneciary meaning, ns the denmorntration had n" object of that kind. It had been organised by the Orango Lodge of Jamlbemroo partly, as was explained by the chairman and one of the other speakers, because the centenary of the coloiy was an .ippropriate occasion for sulh a demonstration, aa it had beeoon for so many othere, ond partly for themako:of making an emphati& appeal to the protestants of the dis trictto augment thle potential inflience of pro. testantisrm by joining the Orange Society. \Vhat success will be attained in this respect remains, of course, to ie seen. The gathelring itself was all tlhat could be wished,-and soneo tiing more, silic th...

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TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. London, Feb. 23. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 29 February 1888

*?2TLC@GAPHZI fUMMA1RY. London, Feb. 23. Tin official MEssENo?n, published in Peters burg, states that the alarming state of affairs in Europe at the present time is traceable to the ambiguous situation occupied by Bul., garia. This has led the Czar to invite the Powers to take steps to restore the legal' status of Bulgaria, and to induce the Sultan of Turkey to convince the Bulgarian people, that Prince Ferdinand is merely a robber of Pdwer. Russia is spurring the Sultan of Turkey to depose Prince Ferdinand from the Bul. garian throne, and offers to defray the cost of a Turkish expedition to Bulgaria. It is Ueliev6d that the Sultan :will' merely declare Ferdinand an usurpe. .Austria has :refused to join in. any pressure towards Turkey. The Russian official gazette publishes an ar tiole tantamount to' an incitement towards ieb'ellion in Bulgarii., Sir James Fergusson, Political Secrotary to thp Foreign Oflicu; made: a statement in the House of Oommons this evening in refer. once to ...

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A HUSBAND ARRESTED FOR MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 29 February 1888

A HUSBAND ARRESTED FOR MUR OoNsDmiAumL commotion was createdi i??n Ardon.streot, Hotham, on Thursday aftor noon (says the Melbourno TiucoArn), owing to theo apprehensionr of Joseph Olarke, aged 38, a journeyn:an tailor, on a charge of ha.v ing wilfully, murdered: his, wifo, Minnio Olarko, ono year his junior. The arrost of Olarke, there is littleo doubt, accepting for correot statemennts that have been mado,..is the oliinax to years of hlokering and intern.m peraneoo; but although the charge against him is the aoupital one, it is doubtful whether it will be substantiated, for what really did transpire ohn Monday. lastw, when the fatal blow is alleged to have been struck by the prisoner, is wrapped up ,in an amount of doubt wlicho it is expeeted it will b diflicult to olearn up. Nuvertholess thi facts remain that there is a wound on the forehead of the deceased, and that the police have possession of a bottle with which it is alleged it was oommnittod, and also of the woman's blood. ...

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VOLUNTEERS, ATTENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 29 February 1888

VOLUN2TEERS, ATTENTION. A iv~nER in the Eono of Saturday says: Inan important Victorian town some bit terness is being publicly expressed in conse. quence of the local volunteer corps being largely officered by schoolmasters, Yet it is pretty fair to conclude that the average intelligence of the officials in question will compare favorably with that of any similar body of colonial troops,. In modern warfare especially the efficiency of troops depends mtainly on the officers and the efficiency of the latter 'on their intelligence. It is lquite time, however, that this wlhole question of volunteering underwent a thorough over haul in New Sou'thrWals. as well as Victo. ria. .We are a peaceful people 1 Granted; But it would be aswoell to pause ocdasional ly in our career of untroubled prosperity if only to dwell on Wellington's memorable words: "We hoar a great deal of the spirit of the people of England, for which no nan entertains a higher respect than I do. But Linorganised, undiscip...

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A ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 29 February 1888

A ROMANOE. Tinr London correspondent of the Inarsr Titues says:-A baronet, whose towii houso looks upon Hyde Park, recently discovered that his eldest daughter had lost her Iheart to an undergroom in his employment. This menial of the stable used to attend the lady in her daily rides, and Cupid, taking ,aim from his crupper, lodged a dart in the heart of his mistress. The tenderness oxisted.for several months, and came by a curious acci. dent to the knowledge of the young lady's father. The hon, baronet chanced some days ago to enter a West jEnd restaraunt, where, to his horror, he behold his daughter arid master-groom seated comfortably at lunch, the vassal being arrayed in great s'plandor, and looking, it is said, a very per. seonable follow. 'Chere was a scone, of course. The angry parent carried off his indisereet child-a maiden of a certain ago, they say, however-and threatened terrible things to the audacious stable help. Whatmusthavo been that baronet's rago, upon arriving at...

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GARRETT v. DIBBS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 29 February 1888

GARRETT v. DIBBS. MEssns. Garrott and Dibbs are both mom bers of the Reform Olub, and it is most likely that the committee of the club will initiate some oation by which the luli will' deal with the unparalleled scene .botween Messrs. Garrett andlDibbs in,the Assembly on Thursday, eveniig, when Mr. Dibbs, in reply to an explaniatory interjcdtion of MiA. Garrott's, accused that gentleman of having been drunk for a week past. The club has a right to take action in this matter, it is stated, n6t alone because the offendiig:party. or parties connected with` it are; members, but because some of tho 'ciroumstances 'oono nooted with it, or leading. up to it, took place within the olub walls, Sir John Robertson, who is "the father" of the club, liowever, it Isesaid, goes further than thiis and considors thiat even if the affair had not beon tmixoi up with occurrences within the club, tohe grossness and brutality of Mr. Dibbs' acusa tion of Mr,. Garrett calls for' soiloi notice on the part o...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 29 February 1888

Wl~RTEYAN. Ppririn will ben nonduiatad In tliaoVcaloyan Church, on SundIny next, no fohlown : Ttihmn, at II am-Thu. Ti, . , Dloawn. Tilma, at 7.n0 p.mn.-,Rev 0. R. (llnan, . ,nmlaran , nt. 11 n.m,-Mr. AV. Carafard. ,Tnalaraa o. t 7.M p,,,- r. 'I'. ITolden. Old Placa nt 2,n0 pm.-Mr. T. Ilaliant.. rmrinannlr. atf 1 anm-Tier., (I. R Glfaan. flerlrwgnnar. at. 7.W p.m.- Mir, G. At ,Ba arvlllc, Ptli.Illiarhar atit. TI a:-T-r.'I. IToldieri, 01mllhlmatlour, at 7.30 p.m.-ThaY. i. I. DIawes.

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HORRIBLE SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 29 February 1888

HORRIBLE BOE1NE A'socKINo scene isoreported by American papers to have been witnessed at Webber. ville, Michigan (U.S.), recently. The town lock-up, a one storied wooden structure, was discovered to be on fire. Above the raclk ling. of the flames cries were heard from) an inmate of one of the cells, When the citiizens arrived the doomed man was sooeen frantically beating: the bars of his cell and crying for help. The people were powerless to rescue him, although many tried to do so, and in the presence of the crowd he vas slowly roasted to death. Little by little the doomed man was forced back, but only whenthe bars be. came red hot did he abandon all hope of es. cape. The horror of the situation proved such a frightful mental strain on the prisoner that he became insane. Tearing his clothing off, he dashed himself against the bars, and grabbled the red-hot irons in the vain effort to escape., An odour of burned, flesh por vaded' the 'air. 'Frantically cursing the crowd for not help...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 29 February 1888

CONfl1UTflATTONAT, cinUnnT,. GflUTNo00n(. Th' ]Rov. 0. TTolghway tonductiI iorvfcoW flory Sundany its folnwR OerrIligong, at 11 atn. and' 7.fl0 p.m.

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THE NEW LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 29 February 1888

THE NEW LAND BILL. DEPUTATION of squatters representing the dstern division of the colony waited on the .inister of Lands on Friday in reference to the new Land Bill. It was stated that they viewed with alarm the provision in the new bill which proposed to reduce the percentage to be paid for the destruction of rabbits. At the present time they received 75 per cent., which was to be reduced to 25 per cent. under the now bill. They wanted the Minis tor to continue to pay the amount they had been receiving in the past, The deputation also wished to obtain permission to use what ever means they liked to destroy the rab bits,. ' . .Mr. Garrett, in replying, explained the great benefits the now bill gave to the squat ters in comparison with the old Act. He pointed out that the Government could not continue to pay the large amount they had been paying in the. past for the destruction of the rabbit post, as in many cases the sub. sidy paid exceeded the amount received in rent for rpns. "As...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 29 February 1888

TtAMAN CATTIOTdTO. Pnnl1dn Netrx-MHlo nt. I l nblfl. 7l0"im. 'Kifnl (Cwoninlig) past 7. Thenwdhii'm. T1'')I(n cdllnr rCeJlqR$H that thu varhlla ulhugyflun of the elttriett wfll farwaunl nuunrnooflunts of oonrulro to he hold froant thso to timo in thir~ churches, which nottros will tn oll cooes lo trlertod grndotl

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COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 29 February 1888

oOMMEROGIAL South Coast and West Camdon Co-0oiorativ'o Company (Limited.) Foullowing are the quotations - Buttor, per lb,.... 0 00 6 to 0. 0, 8 Ditto, second, .... 0 0 3, 0'. 0. 40. Factoiy ..~;,..... 0 10 0 1 0 Bacon (hand ured) 0 0,77. 0,. 0 .8 . Do. (machine.oered) 0 0i:i 0 " ', 6 0 0.7. Do (ieavy& in?i gh):0 0 3. . ?..'0..4 i Hamus (hand onred) 0 0 10 . 0 1t' 0 Do (anncliieo'cired) 0 0 0' 0 00 7 Lard.................... 0 0 2 0 0'3. Cheeeo..........,.... O 0 2 0 0 04 Ditto, secoil.,,,..... 'O 0 1 0 0' 2? [loney, par'lb...... 0 4 . 00, 4 Pg, aliveu............ 0 19 0 0 1 13 0 Calvoe, oach.......... 0 10 0 1 14 6 Hides, put lb......;,.. O 0 2[ '," ,0 03 Calfskins, oah,,,,;... 0 0 9 0 1 9 Tallow, per ton...... 14 .0 0 17 .0 0 F?lour, par ton ..... 1010 0 11 10 0 Ditto, secoind ...... 8 15 0 ' 915 0 Bran...,......... 0 0' 7 , 0 0.8 Potatoes .............. 8 0 .0 10 0 Fowls, per pair...... 0 2 0 0 3 9 Duoks.................. 0 2 9 08 9, eoso .................... 0 5 0 0 7 0 T...

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