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

Wo\NDInR will neova ,o!e o, A most extra-4 ordinary acase ha jiiei Ibeen invesligated cyf the IEast Londion coroieor. It HeeoIR that a. coin., mnercial traveller incied illooae 1epl t of 100, St. Paiil'-rond, Bow, was "'fni!Rn ill, nd was re tioved to the Lond6n Hospital," His death tooke place on tlie following evening,; and at the inquaet Dr. Doyle, who had had the man under. his care, said that on opening- the head he found a pecliohlor and nib about 3in; long lttanched to the right orbital plate. It mcist have ibeen thle for a considerntale timo, no the hone had partially grown over it. Thle only., way that it wee conseile for the pen and holder to get to the btain was biy passing through the ye oor tip the nostrils. Deconeed's widow stated hler.husband ial lnd never rcolplained' of. aniy. nccident, but that lately ihe had euffeted?l from pains il his head, Dr. Doyle sinid that it waei' i imystery how a pen: and holder of suech Size couild got intol e hia lnin without thlie man'...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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CORRESPONDENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES HOME TEACHING SOCIETY FOR THE BLIND. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 March 1888

-. _. COIRESPONDOE. NEW, SOUTH WALES HIIOMI TEAOIIING - ., CIOCIETY..FOR THE IBLIND. : TO Tile IDItTO. Ste *ge teacher to the above society, it is my 1dul' to visit the;Oadult blind throughout thle. coloiyat their homes,,lench them to rtad, and. }u) ,y them with books in the emnboseedtypo ''ll(ý ' dlaery of the anciety now contains ii?iwards nf.0'ly vol.,;;.embracing a great variety of naub jdtls.religious and .ocular, in prose and verse. Kindly.allow me, through your juurnl, to aok t!iose of your readore who may be acquainteo d will' blind por'ions at preseont unknown to meno, to forward, tlhei addresses, and I will at once malre airangoentlets for visiting them. Inetruc tion aid loan ofif bookstaro quite free, no charge of aiy kind being, made for either, tIho'oforeo the poor are s weolctme to the bonefits of the society as the rich, -': . Yours faithfully, ,,HARR1Y 8. PRES00OTT-.. Frazer Road, Petershatbo, Sydney, let March, ?89, ?- . . . ..? .: .. rm?:? .,.-?.....

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. RAINFALL IN KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 March 1888

LOCAL ANDD 'ISTIMIOT N?~WS, RAINFALL IN KIAMA, The rogisterod rainfall in Kimlna during the month of February is as follows :-3rd, '13 th,?'' 15 10th, '34,; 11th, '20 12th, .'82 14th, '40 ; 15th, i1 ; 24th, '4 i 25th, '28; 20th29t '0 h2tl, '15. Total.: 3'31 po?luts in twelvo days. ALIIION PAIRK A Sydney syndicato havob.hught 200, nores of lind at Macnqario Mt. at £3!10 per aore. The laiid is oearlylng sio Oxtelnsive coal ?sanm, which is reported to ho of excellent qilnlity. Work is to 'osconnonoed at once, A tralwany to conunct with: thLo.rillvayilu projected. 'lx. ports report favourably of the proposal. On Tuesday: a misfortuno of a somdlhatnt serious charactore, we are sorry to say, befull Mr.I DI). Mlan, who some wooeks sinoi comn ineonood businoess as successor to Mr, J. Walker in MIanning.strcet. Mr. Monzie wasl as usual, out with his oart serving bread, and at'the thino of the accident was. oi the hill noarMr, ' W. Somnorville's., Hlo had tied up the roins and was in the not ...

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

EQUINE MATTERS, [Br ALrqums,]T.; , V?ny few perlsna in itih dititriit, I imngnlio,. onn bo quito indifflrent on theo tul;jeot ofi?oroe. flol goonerally ;aml ovary one, Itero oir l?l whero, who linh nacquiredl ii uven al modelrate. dogree the l ihblit of riding or drilving, mirlc IIknow alnomthiig nnd fool oleoll interel,lhowv over flragnlentaryan unHtnyntiinti ituch i!ncow lodelo miay io, rag nrlirig tho oclnlanolol' nal etinlSe. orflllo 'inollb animal :wl tl:Is cortainly: not tlio' lant vluhiallel ofl the throlo t inadrlpedal friciidl of ,tllan-hll'rel, dtog, nla s rant Evolrybody hknown sacl!tlinglhiut nohod ly kinow too nioutI in thin iliportl n t unhjobt; and th line ".w los ttlli in of horceds anr petollty nonily oaoiuildoet willltlin whllclo populnalil of sloh distllrit no th11,1 anod their ili?bjiot In laOxtinaltUiila . I. wIne irenllhgfilatly ai paragraph borrnoiae froi ni nlliuli on Dogs ll n ic Horses and l tlair' tirltillint, writtlen y thy e migllhty hlIllltroll, lcortsw...

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

KIAMA' ATHLETIO QLU B. Tun.accoptanous for the 153 and'440 yarls hai. dicaps, to bo run on. March -7th, at thlshow': grounds, aro as follows : 150 YARDS,' J . Townoy, \wollongoing ................ 10 J; L,. Brown, Sydnoy ................... 10 J. JBlltak;'Lako Lands ... 13 VW. Lowis, Shollliarbour `.?;,.:..:..: ... ' 15 . M. Maronoy, Boolong ..... ... 5 T. Ainds, Npwtown :..?.. ..:.. ;.;:10 B. Bourio (a), Milton ...... .......... 10 ' J. M'Nanlnrra,. Moore Park. ............. 10 D."M?Luan, N'wra ........10.......... 16: WV. Oliu;k, Fig Troo ..... ..... ........ 1 WV', Bellutto, Kiunma . ................. ... 17 D.! Johnston, Liverpool............? ... 18 C,; Major, Kiitma ... .. ,,,f).-*.., g 0. Hnrding, Gorringong ...... .... .19 R, J; Bigg, Broughton Crook ........:. 19 1 A; Harvoy, Dapto ,...;,,,.,. 20"' JInsk{ip, Shollharbour ..... .... 20" M; Loihb n, Shoalhavin .... :....., 20 M;l Leanry,' Broghliton Crook : :..... 20 G. IT, Mitoholl4 Milton .......... 0........ 0 T, Saunders,...

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KIAMA COTTAGE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 March 1888

KIAMA COTTAGE HOSPITAL A General committee meeting in cannection with the above, was held at the Councill Cham ber on Tuesday evening last, the 28th inat., and the following gentlemen were presenti G. I.   Softol, (pro.idnnt) in the chair, Meissr', D. Pin. Inyson, if, N. Iiindmlarhl, \V. Whittinghlni,.A, OCmlis, J. Woeiton, . Dilalli;n and the SoBrotary.` TI'he mllllitoo of thoe previotiu mIootin g wero road and, adoptod ; ftor, which copies of lattor woro'road as follows :-'To J Barron; notifying' visillng ooiimitlot, aid tio contrnactor for Ibo. pil al uppliR. ''o Bdricooo, Drysdalo, & Co , noinowlnlig oghbqeo't lA,. ?.' To . N. : ind. arh, notifying visiting commilttoo, annd that hnisolf and J,;Piko woro doplitod to purchalob a 'accotil cow for Ibo hospital. 'lo llov, iG. IJolgh ('aiy, notifying vitolian' committoo, 'lo. tihe OClor of Potty Hosidoias, Iowra, in roforonoo to thl.boy Geotngn liollnld, To Borotary 'Abo: rlginus Protcdtion. blolooty rooometondi n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 March 1888

GEORGE, W LKER, Undertaker, K I A M A. Flinorala conducted in any part of the dis. trict at i:odoaoto charges. HUIRAH FOR THE ROAD! THOMAS HEALEY BEGS to nnoaunco to the inhabitantl of those Districts and to Visitors to Kianm and the South ConHt generally, that havingi obtained id license for that purpose and procorod a VolhiLlu of tho roost oolvOtlient kind, hIo is propanrd to carry passeongor ovor longer or shorter distanoos between Wollongong and Ulliadulla. Will neet all incoming Railway TrailH, and will whlon reqpired convey to thU station passHMogors for the Trains leaving Kiliaiil. W\ill likuwiHo bo preparol for thl .conveyanlce of Cuolmnmrcial Travellors with ln?gqioi andt packages, and will keep appointionntB nide by tolograph or other wiHB. . I Places may ho bookod at CVANS'S STIIAM PACKET 1IHOTEL.. PurHons wihing to catch the early Train nro requioleud to book the proucding eveoing. TERMS STRICTLY MODERATE. DR. CALEB TERREY, 1M.B. O.M., ISoF.O ,.'.B..&o., &amp...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 March 1888

S DEPARTURIES. At 12.15 p.m. daily (Monday exceptod.) Gorringongi and BDroiighton Creek. t'i :' : :: At 1.45 p.in. daily (Saturdty xcepte.) Shelllarbour, Albioni Park, Dapto and oullon *gong. , ; : ' ; ' ' At 5.15 p.m. daily (Saturday excepted.) Sydney, Jlanboroo, Robertsjn, ur'rnowang and Mose Vale.

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POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 March 1888

MAILS arrive a and. dpiArt fir.qm J'iamn a as follow - ARIR '.A1 - At 10 a.m. daily (Moday ..excepted.)-Prom Sydney, Moss Vale, Rolpr'eoi; 'd Jambnroo.'. SAt 12.30 p.m. daily ( (Nlf?;da'?y. excepted.) Wollongongg, Daptoe, 4lbion Park, and. Shell iarbour. At 5.15 p.m. dnily (Sunday exoepted.) Gerringong and Brougliton Creek.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 March 1888

'MISOELLANESQUS LoinD OAIuuNo??roN has oen appointed District Grand-Mastor of the iFreoutiaons of New South Wales. 7Siruitliif was tho' third itniiv drsary.O the departuro of. ho Noo `Southl Wales Ooi jingontto the Soudatn. Sr is stated that' Franco riquires about 10,000ft. of space t the Meallourno Exliibi . tion, and` Lancashire under 50,OOOft, Tif ??LANorn'tfeaurs that the omission of theo usual,buillatins with respect to the health bf th.Oe rown Princo of Gurmany indicateosthat he is going fionm I ad to worse, Mit' Jon 1' RA, UT1doreSuor tar.y for? Worbici, alioit to r'imifromd i the ipu"lik' service. It is thought Mr. Barling, ohioef -erklii': he Work8k Departnieot, will sucoced hinm. A 's.it of thoroughhbrd yirn hugs was hold at Newiarlkit Victloria, on1 Friday. The top` (ýgnu, 52 guinieas, was realised for a magnificunt bay. colt tby St. Albans, from Mald of All Wbrk. Da. Moolutousio, spraking at Manohoester, sald ,ihai tht e Viotoriian Plaiins,?if irrigated, would suppoit th...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 March 1888

Bervioes 1wil beo. onduotod in tho Woesleyan Culroh, on SUndry next, no llowo : imma, at 11 o.m,-Mr;.T,' Chin lomrrn, at 7.00 pm.-IO ov. .R 1. lowao. Jnmheorno, at 11 n.m.--ev, r. rn. 'o"r ie., : " .0omhoro3. nt7.0 pgm.-Mr.J. O7 , O o:n'o. Old Plaoe, at 2.90 p.m.-llov. 1.71. owena1 . OerrlnRolt¢, at. 7.90 p.m-EM' (., 11 (llenoono xorrouond, at 1 na.m.--r. ''. Mo"Iooen. PRlolhnrbonrbit.1i oim.-1o'v. at m. Olnoeon. Mline norvlmo at Mr. Nobldo', Rndrllehnck, on Bund?',y noxto t 2.90 p.m., conducted by Mr. T. IIoldon ' '

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IMMIGRATION AND CONTAGIOUS DISORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 March 1888

ITMMIGRATION AND OONTAGIOUS DIS' i Dr. JTnora's original worlc on the oow pox, publlished about nituity yra'rS'go~ li .th following introductory aoitonoc : "'The duvi. at?on of lliain.fromii thestat?iii w h idli;ho was oarginlnlly placed by nature: s?unia to hava proved to h.im a proliflo souro? of disonaiea,' tlia equally croorrt to aoy thit tila rpoad. f diimitos in h atr, years has boon larguilyd:iif to tho inli of populationtat gviven goograph. el pin,, D])r, Jocif r wrote: "From lo• 'f ,hlendour front th: i idulgenoc .of luxury and from his fondness for amuse ment, man h.as familiarised himself with a great number of animals which may not, originally have been intended for his assoeci. ates," Fur the same reason English people have ransacked tlifewhole world and visited evori coneideriible ceiitre of habitation. In these they have found old vices and diseases, and somo"new ones.' `Ocoasiotially travellers havoe been viotims to foreign physical disor ders.. Now, with ,rapid. ste...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 March 1888

CONGnEGATIONAL CIItTIW~r, (flUhINNONG. Th oe:Zv 0. IIolgiway: ao tdUgot s orvieje cvrzy. SHndpy as follow:: Gorringong, at 11 a.m. nnd 7.l0 P.m..

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A DARING BURGLARY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 March 1888

, A DAINTG BUGLARY. A DARING burglary was perpetrated in Col. lingwood early on Wednesday morning (the Mlelbourne TELEIGRApi reports), which bears -a very serious aspect, owing to one of the culprits using.a revolver, with the intent to shoot a civilian who was in pursuit'of them. It appears-that the burglars, who were for tunately soont taken into custody, broke into tho hay and corn storweof Messrs. Middleton, & Woods, at the corner bf Langridge and Little Oxford-stieets, effecting their entranoe by means of a back window. Mr. Middle. ton, the senior partner in the business, does, not sleep on the premises, as he is also the landlord of the Derby:Hotel, .nd thelstore was in charge of a young man, who had a bed prepared on the top of some bags of ahiaff. The burglars, three iihniimbier, did' not expect to find anybody on the promises, and seemed startled on olservirig the younig *man." One of thein,' Kaiie, however, quick ly recovered from his surprise, and drawing al revol...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 March 1888

S ,ItOMTAN CATITOLTu. iundanfny NextL-MnSM t 11 a.m. Kama, Irlainaa (evening) pist 7. Thacillotla.n [IT editor requcetA that tlo, Vnrio( clergymen of theio fiatrietwill forw1ard aanhoanoemeniSo L(f aerriro to o ])hold from timo to tImo in their ehuresa,.wilch notlnoa will in nil 0oao be IW, rtod gratisl. ___

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THE MURDER OF MR. M'NEILL THE JOURNALIST. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 March 1888

THE M ~URDEoR ;0Ul R'MWIt I T.EE JOU1UNALIST, ENLISIIsBN (says'thL STANDAr;'eof Januiary 17) are sometimes disposed to make invial'i ous comparisonlbetween, their own machi. noey for the detecotion and punislimient of crime and' that whibh ekists or theCdotioent. When we are ponfronted-as we: must be Co. casionally-with examples of clumsiness on the pavtiorfthepolice anid weakiness on that of the "authorities,",we keproach burselves the more with tho thought that such thing:. could' hrdly happen. across the hbannel But'th.:ineagre. results which have slo far attended the inquiry irto the death of Mr. M'Neill .lend small countenaalceto, this popu. ]ar delusion. 'llie most inviterate grumbler at his ownlicountOy ,intiut adiii't' that tlia'is one of tiej tltmings which they would, have dlone considerably'better in England. *Theto lhas been a very small display up to the pre. sent of thalt oool.dxterity, that prieteirnatural astutpneses, ald thjat remorseless, eagerness in tlie pursuit ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 March 1888

1)R: JQ1IN: ' WILSONN M.RC.S. ENCL, L.JtC1.P.E., L.M. 1873, . TF.R;C .S 'Ei:,187G, &cJY, Irate of Coflina-streot Ebat Mfel oiiiiio; a dnLido don, :Consulting: and :Oporating: Surgeon;i "BRTGHTON VILTA,""K-I'ATVA (Opposite Catholic Chapel.) "«+ AT IIoM FoR OONSULTATION'.+, . + . Mornings, 9 till 2. -Eveping, .till 8. THE REPORT'ER` AND ITJLAWARR AA JrQURNAL. PUnrsnI6vD EVYB*EDlNE8"pSAr'ATTSAnTURIDAY MORnj1N. b WIEDNESDAY~,MAROt .. 7;,888:.i:;i .i

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AN HEROIC WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 March 1888

AN HEROIC WOMAN. ON the 26th of January last there was wit nessed at-Southsea, England, a sight which was as rare as it was touohing. < On'.that date thio reanins'of he la'te Mrs. Fox wore carried to the grae 'with'ail"the" lidnours of a soldier's funeral. The story'of the aotio. bywhidh "so great and proud adistinction was won is briefly as follows :-Mrs. 'Fox, the, ifo of a quartermaster in the 2nd Oan naught Rangers, was in the Transvaal dur ing the Booer war of 1880, and at the dis' astidus defeat of tlhe British arms, at Bruun. }:eor Spruiit she was dangerously wounded. She was'discovered l- y the Boers 'lying'on the battle.fitld, and as soon: as her own in juiries permittedl her to move she bent the vliole of her enorgies to succour her woundhd companions, with a complete disregard of her owri sufferings. So noble was` her coni duct that her Majesty bestowed on her the deoorationof' the Royal` Red OBioss, a' ho?a - our ,which .was stated ,to be:in ?recognition of th...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 March 1888

WnaN at tlhecommencenment of the session which still codntinue;s t??iaig' iti'sloiv length along, the Governmont, or at' least the Pro. mier,p?tinted.to the proposed'Land bill and Looal Government bill as the two groat and benefioial measures by, lhich their legislative capacity was to be .demonstrated and, their namies niinortalisedd it was; t6lerably safe to proi t that if, of these two projects, the wLiud bill a to be taken first., such a course woulddhave the offect of. indefinitelyi post-+ poning :tl :elon exe atbd F .. li TI? ' was.to.be established Sovbral moniiths have passed, and the result has been what \ we ex. pooted, and iwhiclh it certainly reqtired no gift' of, pre·ision : to anticipate. The Pre'o rious personal weaknesses ha veo been intro. 4ducd, debated' ridichledi'and bondemnied by the world n gieneral ' though dutifully sup. ported .by, an ,obedioent m jority ;in that as. sombly whore Sir II. PAnicrs?s' i molai loh of alllie surveys--thomajority bioing taken for....

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TO TELL THE AGE OF A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 March 1888

TO TELL THE AGE Or A 1HOSa.. I'o tell the age of any:horse; Xiiespict the lower jaw, of course; Tlhe six front tototh the tals will tell Aid,overy doubt'and'fear dispel. Two middle "nippers" you behold Before the colt is two years old. Before eight weeks two more will come Eight months the "corners" cut the gum. The outside grooves will disappear From middle two in just one year. In two years from the second pair IlI three the corners, too, are bare. At two middle "nippers" drop, At three the second pair cant stop; When four years old the third pair goes, At five a full new sot he shows. The deep black spots will pass from view At six years, from the middle two; The second pair at seven years ; At eighttlhe spot each "corner" clears. From middle "nippers" upper jaw, At niiOn, the blaok spot will withdraw, Tlisleeconid pair at ton are white; Eleven finds the corners light. As time grows on the horsemen know The oval teeth throeesided grow, They longer get, project before, Till twenty...

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