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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 March 1888

getintllg in itor u more 1i1nto he hnabit, of ireeuriliilg IPrlotary mweliocino ill hr Iac}tluo, on, ul!!nl5 Ihllntslp h ll k no I)1, Ia n l, 's Ki(dney .). n hir I urlrll?) for dlissues, of~ the .lroycr, lcuv ii.d blishir. Tlny kilow froiim e rxpeir el .It Ih of - Iore valieo III eilih 1lidoo?o th ciony "lilo?lititiii they unn write., PROFIT $1,200. ii To eon) itutp. sIix long yqa iofhrs a tlied*Phien _cknellos; cori llng 209dilM;d pye rir, fot?l 1,200olal. I. 11 i , thOxpoe. w in utonppId h'.thruuehmtleO Dri Soi Ale'?tPir lericn Hlip ILiteoru, tankon Iby il) wifl,. She l hl dune helr on rliliiieewirk Itr a eavo?.iniuooi withit.tlthie Ihau i1' a ay, andl I.wanst. evryio y to know it, for tlila' buhilit.' P N. 10. i.rmoweu'r GRUATIFUI WOM \N. .;None roodlve aiso ii).iib biU))lit, iiid aInio cri :I Pl)rrifoillly criIrttiifull ai1II ali n)Iau ll? n li .l tleront t rooon1iuiiellilg Dr, outh ?\'n A1in rllai Ilili t Ililt'ia' au v oni, It i the uo l'uy reuina'ly 1pduililhl u 'adlptail ti...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 March 1888

MISCELLANEOUS. "ýVnntr rich specimens of gold have been found at Stookmnan's reef, Mount Perry (Q) GitRAT' BRITAIN and Italy are asking Russia to define her future intentions in re gard to Bulgaria. Tii, bill for the construction of the Nica-. ragia canal has boon passed: by the Senate of the United States,. IT is probable tlhat the operations' of the proposed London .Produce Oloaring h-Ious .will includo Australian whoat, tallow; and silver. His Holiness the Pope has conferred the title of' Molisignor' upoin the Rev, Father Vordon, rector of'thie'Rblnan Oatholio Sonmi lary at Maily, Sydney., AT a banquet givoii by Prince Ferdinand on his. birthday, lho appealed to the Bul. gariatn pedplo to support him, in his position as ruler of the country. o .. :SZRraN T O'DONNIer, , of Victoria, who captured "Masher Fred." in Sydney, during the cehteiaiy' celebritibns,'has been made a first class sergeant. 'T1ili W'ife of a'labourer nanied Smith, liv ing' ini Bath, : gavi biith. to thlee "ehil...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 March 1888

WELBEYAlN. PcrvleR will bo 'ondiuotd In hllo teWelc?fin CIllurcll, on Biin1aiy next, no followa - .. T(Ininn, nt 11 B,m.-Inv. n1 . lowea., MInmin, nt 7.80 p.m.--Inv I. It. 0ln"o»n.. . .Tnmlpron, nt 11 n.m.--rr. W; Coenford. Jainloberno, at 7.0 p.m.--Mr, T. n oldo , ' Ohl i nTco at2.10 p.m.--Mr..T (llnm.n., , . OorrlhRonr,'nt 11 i.m.--lov. (0. . Onlltonnol.e orrhlglnKIg, an 7.0 pmn,-- Mr. O. A. Renorvlllc. Phelllnlmulor at 11 n.m.--Mr.T, . nldMohI , . Bhoillmhrbour, at 7.30 p.m.--Rlo . D.. o?nwc.,

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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THE FATAL PRIZE FIGHT NEAR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 March 1888

TIE FATAL 'PRIM FIGT . NEAR 'ME30tUR NE. Tmii Molbourno Aoin of Monday gives tho following particulars of tho' fatal fglit on ,Sunday morniiig "- A spot at the roar, of the iWarehousemon's crioket ground, in the Albert Park resdrvr, was the scene, du ring the early dawn, of ooe of those dograd; ing, and'brutal speetclues known as prize fights. The occurrence was witnessed by ailout a dozn spectators, ind the aflair,. re. volting enoough in itsalf, is retidreod totifold` mnor6 horrible beoause of,its itragio 'terninai tion One of thi combatants was liter!ally battered to death, . The partioulars of, the sliholckig'ohilition ?woro only gatherod'lato in the evening, and thoi in auianoer iwhich does not thiow full light upoli it. The do tails of the itencoiuntr, so fai as yet aster= tained, are meagro:and unsatlsfactory, owing to the ieltilotanoa witl whioh ' the persons si(pposid to be coo!cornot 'in it. tendor, any iiifornittion Al . out 9 o'clock on Runday Imorning lhroo persons brou...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 March 1888

CONGII GATTONAt o]rnTmer, OIETITNOONO. Tih eov. 0. IHolgliwny conudots services every. Sulndy. asfollow's 7 P 0errlnongos at u'n c:m. ard 740 P~m,

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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THE MILITARY FORCES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 March 1888

THE MILITARY FOR1ES. Tr dith dl~htdlliVi 1aidif ashcampments and continuous -triinifng of the military forces will: embrace a' programme of a new and eminently usefu. character, particularly in connection with" the field services.. It has hitherto been the practice to confine the work to the operations of a standing camp of instruction, but now that the training of the troops in the more extensive tactical work of actual warfare necessarily follows on their elementary' instru'dtion; a new do. parture will be made in a close assimilation of the training to the conditions of active service. This work will be all the more use ful because it will be done on the very ground our troops would have to fight over if resisting an attack upon Sydney, and in this respect also tlie plan carries out the principle of adapting the peace.training as closely and' practically, as possible to the surroundings of war. Another change will be the site of theencampment.' It llas been rumoured lately that t...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 March 1888

r- IflOMAN COATITOTTO, Sunday Next-Mnva at 11 n.m. T(Manmn. Ilina (evnnlng) Drmt 7. Thenodlntion, TIfle ditor requosts t1hat tin vnrimum dM0710en of tili aiotrhot %v7ii forward, annuneumn mmts of amrvirom to hle hlold froin time to limo in ilmhir ohurchlmo, whicmh mnuomcs will in nll onam bo insorrtd grntis,l

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SUPPRESSION OF DISORDER IN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 March 1888

THE. SUPPRESSION OF DISORDER IN PARLIAMENT. IN tho second edition of Saturday's E:co was given some particulars of tho proposed combination of members of Parliament for the suppression of disorder iiin the Assembly. A movement is now on foot, and in the course of a day or two it will probably' as. sume a definite shape, of which the object is the formation of a union or onuous to stop disorder, Within the -next few days a meet ing of members is likely to be convened, at which the events that have lately ruffled and agitated the chamber, will be discussed, and some course dooided upon to offect an, im. provemoent in the procedure, No definite arrangoments have yet been made, but it is not improbable that after the meeting, a number of members will wait upon the Pro miot; to assauro him of their support in any, course he may adopt to check disorder. It has .been suggested that as much time is wasted in points of order, often .raisebd for thn purpose of diverting attention from to. mna...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 March 1888

)P., JOH0IN s. WILSON, 1,.R.0,8i k;id, L;:R.O:P.E,, .LM. 1873;', F.R.G.S. ENo., 1875,,&o.,: Into of Collln-streeot Enit Melbourne; anld T on, Chinltiing ina Opeiating Siurigeoi, "BRIGHTON VILLA." KIAMA, (Opposite Catholio' Chapel.) AT HoME FOR COONurrArbION: Mornings, f9 ati11:2, Ivenmigs, .6,;till 8 THE, :RE.PORTE`R ANDILLAWARRA JOUTRNAL, . PULnrlanTD ?fVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY TMORNING. SATURDAY, MAROH 3, 1888.

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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STRUCK BY LIGHTNING. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 March 1888

STRUCK BY LIGHTNING, A BULL! correspondent sends the Ir,cAwAflnnA Masaoun the following pdFtldiif 0of the sensations experienced by a miner named Charles Itargraves, who was in close proxim' 4ty to a tree that was struck by lightning on Friday evening last. Hargraves was return. Ing home from ,his work at the Bulli col liery, and. when he was within a few yards of his residence, a tree was struck by a vivid flash of lightning, while lie was at a distance of a few yards from it?~- severely did the shoek arfeot him that, he was knocked vioi lently to thie ground, being turned over' and over seveiral timnes. IHargrave's wife 'and Mrs. Spinks (a neigh!bour), who witnessed the occurrence, observing that he did not rise, went. to his assistance and found him in a dazed and half-consoious condition. They.oairriod himn into the house, where, after about an hour, he regained consciousness, but could not use his legs,`whioh were quite numbed and lifeless. Plenty of rubbing and mustard . poult...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 March 1888

AMONGo political sulbjects which may be said to be floating in the air, is one whibh is-for people in general at least-somewhat vague. ly designated unlder the term '"federation;' and among thoso, takeb in the aggregate, who are in the habit of using this term, it has two different significations, the applica tion of which may be said to divide "fedoria tionists' into two distinct sohools of politi cians, vie: the advocates of Aush5ALiAN fed oration on the one hand and of InirmPuAL federation 'o:p the other, It is not, likely that the dillbrenco between thoso two,: or the divergent views of their advooates;. will at preasnt give raise to electioconriig contests, to be disputed with the keeoonness which characterises theo by.elootions that are takinig place'just now, and iin whiolh Protect ion and Free-Trade are the' watchwords; It may ,he an indefinito length of time before the ptople of thdso colonies are compelled by' the preR sure of surrounding conditions=political' or other-'to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 March 1888

WEILLS' ITAIR IIALSAMh If groy, reotore, to orlKhtlo colour. An l rgonnt ,dreihtg, Onfiulto utrc b aitllesl, No oti nloV gruosu, ArrPo lodt etor utive, itops oulr cominig out, oIrentSIen s, eleuaueo, houlh netlp, SKINNY M\EN, •l'ln "We lllls ]r nohllnewr" restolrs helcnhl aml vl?¢o,, eiiresc I)ysepH,,IHII 11101polele 8I }t DebIII)Iility, At ohelstl~n( ,tit(|drut'tlUKiat n[ose ?uas nl([Hll C0,lt AHOenle, 13ydney0). t,'iOUGlI ON P'ILESi " Why Alfcer Pi''In I Inedliato relieof and completo oto n gulurnteeod, Ank for " lough on l'llets.'! Htro ooro for Iruoing, protruding, bloording, or ony form of Piluo, "It0UGHII ON 1TOI '" . "olugbi' on . Ith" oorooolcin butours. rnptltoia, rilng Wuo r, totter, slit rheuorm, frosted foul, olbhillunto , itoih, ivy po son, bbiUbr' Os Itot.' "ltOUO1 ON OCAAAI tII " Corroeut ooffenalve dors ,dn It one.b, Conlto ociro of worst o troel los es;t Io, luteqqtnlod l is gorglo for dlplhtlhors, sore tluroat, foultbreultt. 1)DO YOU KNOW Thla?t thu very' lt hIllno...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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MEETING TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 March 1888

MEETINGS TO BE HELD. Sotetnnt Allin?oo mn. aMfnreh 1.1, at?7.30. '. 12. T,,O.T., meet, M'rcdl 27, at 7.(0. I , L.O.T., moota Marlch 21. at 7 p.n,. 1 I., |16t TJ,, noutre ?laieMadlh .0 lIt7;7,O. o, 140, L,OT., aomeets Mrch 2e, at 7.80 p.m. n ar T'oemperaneo , Nio 271 moots 3Irah 7, at 7,30.

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 March 1888

BusinessJ pirectory. cI DlJIA. A TRNOLD, M111NER, (E. & A.) DreesmakerB Manning-tr "et. e STIE, DI. W?V , Plhyician and Su 1'ITKINSON, 1O1., nild9 , YAZA, AL N,,ightmnan and Carter, Man " n nin, ateeot;,ýý EVAN, W..',, Tailor, &e., Terralong itreet. R?iOWN, FIANCIS, Tinmnith, &c., Terra Slong.atret "?ROWN, GEOftlI, Noew & Goneral Agent, _ T)etrnlongi?- " U ILLEN, :G T., General Storekeeper, Iron & Tifn ' i :&V.orker, 'T'erralong.at. (-AMPRWEL[, EDV ;3oot and Shoo Maker, nManing .treet;ý . . 3OCiS. 1., t fi, Genra Siel opera;, Manning-etr4 C OLEMAN & ETT, COrdial Manufac turer, Terr troot. COLUM lUS iah and Oyster Saloon, liManning. rORDEIRY, ATh ron? e Painter, Paper-hanger, S&e., SBho lhat n- , leet. (OIINFORD, WAI I L'; IlhtnHo Painter and Decorator, 'errthloi.t . ce . COUSINS & soN; iTht t Inl? Slcoo MAlnuem turero, K ian i ii : rrinngong,. -0ooKS, JOHI '?ni0 I Dealer, Long Bong so ot.:"~"' D ElTZ, PH ILIP, S...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 March 1888

I1VE8BITERT AN. Pni?ironwilnhe tond1utCe in the Preoty(erlan Chluro on Sunday next by Rev. J. Vilsou as follown : .Tnmberoo, at 11 n.m. Miman, att 2,30 p.tn. Klau?n, at 7.30 p.m.

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 March 1888

RELL IGIO O J S. C(?mURCI OF ENOtGANTD. Divno Prrvlne will le eaoi(otetl oln uIn)'ay next In thil ClI?rrl? of liagand ,Churchel by thi ]ov;. J. II, Prie, as follows :- Chrlst Chrb??l, Tlmn, at i n.m. m ChriaHt Church, at 7.30 p.m. St. acorge's, Gorringong, at 2,80 p.mn. Services will bo condlcteod is thln Chllryl of England Tlarnhturo, nhd Shillharbour, on Sunday next, by theu lev. U. Criafid, nas flloaws: RShhlmharlbuor, nt ll .,n. Jalmbreo at 7.0 p.m,' "

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COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 March 1888

CO M. 2 c IAL. South Coast and West Canidnlo Co.operafilv Company (Limitedr.) Followig are the qiotation : Bntter, per Ih...... 0 0 06 to 0 0?1 Ditto; second, ...;, 0 0' 3'?: . 0 0: .5 Factory ........... 0 010 0 1'0 Bncon (hand oured) 0 0 ':7. 0 0 0 8 Do. n(mahlne ocurtd) 0 0: O61 0, ,0 7} Do (hei ;& roiugh) 00 0 3 0'0 4 Unlnms(hand oiured) 0 0 10 0 1 0 Do (miclhiio oured) 0 0 0 , , 0 0 7 Lard ....,...... '0 0 2 ': 0 0 3 ... ... 0 0 2 0 0 4 Ditto,i oco0nu, '.01 0 0 1 0 0 2 Holoy, pur Ib,..... 0' 4 0; 0 4 PI'ig, alive........ . 1 0 17 0 1 6 Ii OCalves, onc .......... 0 0 1 10 0 Hides, pot lb .....,... 0 0 21. 0 0 3J Calfeki?s, eac..,,0.. 00 9 0 1 9 `'allow, per ton,,.. .. 14 0 0 17 0 0 Floiir,? per o t"i.',... 10 10 0 1110 0 Ditto, rcoild'.;. 8 15 0 ' 9.15' 0 BIra0n .........0.......... 0 71 0 0, 8 Pollard ...... ..... 00 _7~ 00 81 Maizo, per bushel... 0 '3 6 0 3 8 Whieat; dlitto,;,,'.;:1O 8 30 '?'03 ':'3 'Cliff, por, ton, 4;;.....1..4 5 0 . ' 56 -5.: 01" , Do., (Capo).........

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. FRIDAY, 7 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 March 1888

TELECtRAPI{I INTELLIGEN E., (FItOM 01ft OQlnt8PONDINTA) < SYDNEY, '".'; ;'-:. . E:. FRInnA, T p09i. Tine P..& O...O?mni'nny's steamer "Ohluspi," lhavint di :lio'arSir 'Saul Sitnubll and: familly, arrivod':iihSydney this morning.' Tie steamor was.mot by a roprsoentiativo party on board tihe G*ov6rnment steamer Thetis in Neutral Bay, "wlichl accorded himn a mlost hearty welcomeo. Sil?anul was much affeoted. A crciot match, Shaw's olovon:v'ersus Eigh teen Juniors selected from clubs aniliiited to .iho Nu". South Wales Oricket Union, co.n muncold on tlhe-ARsoiniion Grd'oQlm tlis after noon. Score : Jluiori,' two wiclits' for 15 runs. Thu imatch, Anlstraliini team voieijs VerOnn's tonam, boinhi at Melbourno to-day. .<Scoro: liun glishnieon, four wickets for 79. ':';. ; :. Tlim Ma'yor is ob'aining estimitteoof tlio cost *of lighting tlhe Sydney parks by oleotriolty. At an' publio mooting heJd atn Kilminor last ntight to express sympathy witlh tthle, 'lbh ovic...

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POSTAGE OF NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 March 1888

POSTAGL OF N WSPALF S. ') Tuoedany last MI. MI'iIhotlO i)vwed.?" 1. That, with a viaw to assist in roeiluorin . the postal "srvioo in .this colony sAl f-aspporting, tjiie Hiuseo is of opinion that,' in the future, a oh?arg of one-halfpenny ought to boe imposed ,on oach newspapelr trananittcd through auny postotlllco in this calony. Tite I Postmastori-Onotrl, r. 'lRoborts, op; posed the motiori. Mii, M'MIllain regretted that for onceho must agree with the hona, otmber' for the Uppeir Huntor. Hle would just like to task one qus tion, Supposing, Jin the proeseont state of tho publio finances, throe wiasa charge of d?l. upon newspapors that went uip coulltry, would any oneo havo the temerity to, atvooato its roduo tion ? HIo khti that it soaentocr retrogrossivo to reovoirt to a aklodies of logislation tiat lhand been abandnoied for imany yours ; but it was not so inul a mantter, of the amount of this particular posntag ans that thli arvicoe oaght to be modo to pay. ,i.i ahdiild rosit.at...

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JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 March 1888

JAM3 R00. (k0nort..oW, 0YLon oRRIn'SPoNDONT1.) ..,_. Ii was lately a matter of hope that it would be found paotiOcablo to sat?ily thoe VWodatook ani W\Vaughlpe buttor fi?ttories with coal fronm tho Jalmboroo Mouhtaiti-whore thuro is notoriously iloeis?y of It, instoad of having it drawn fronm ICuana, to the allc oyaneo , I suspoot, of the fao. tory carrieors, who must at any rato bo put to 'the ti'nblo of ·walhihg out' their vans a groeat deal oftonor than would be necessary if they .worQ rolieved of the job 'of coal.carrying,-fonr I don't imnagineo that those same vans would be taken tip lth moiuntailn fgr the requisite loads of blaok dclinonlds, 'IHoiwever, that dooes not conooern ins; but it nappears that the hopo of getting the sauno diamnonds fromn tho Juntnboroo ininoe is bauilkud'uat least for the present, The siHot from which it; was prolposeud to got the coal is lciuttdd'Within t'fanrm whiueh Is thie proporty of Mr?. D, L. Dynuock, ind ocouplod lit present byh Mr. Cha.' Sne...

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