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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. KIAMA TRAMWAY BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 March 1888
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. KIAMA rA?AMblWAY nClrc. . On Woedneo.qday i vraing the Kinlamna Tramwany Act Alenlldmclcet Bil olnlnCittce. lapseod for ilnt of R lquorlm., MELBOURNE aCIIRB. The IHon. JaIes \Whiite's Abecorrn wn theo Clilcccpion SHtlkos alt tio abnvoe races on T'hlurs. dlay last, Nolsoli being saconold,: and Enfilado. third, ROMAN ULAT[OLrU. We find thatl Flcalhor Sayors, the nmann OCatholio clorgymnn who had reOided in Kiamna for some tine picct, haa now . left tloe, pariah, and is scceeOdOed hy thle Revo. Patrlick OrcOcoran, a e?olecctoman who hIcils'fl'on tll'e hlinltori'o oity of Kiiicen3, posneosaos .mnome twety yoears of. colonial oxperioence, and brings witih himi an extrelmely propoei prpscss presoence and I1clite nlllcsr, whlatoever oelso may rclcillcc to bh sacid. ACCIIDEINT, Oc Mondlay' Inlet a ynoullg illan nlanotd ?Willianm Tlnlclclhield, oiplccyed in tie Iotlhercall.stceet qlinrry, wccs loavillcr th sipit whierle he Itid just I;nded Ihis eart witih metal, boil...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 March 1888
WELLS' IIAulIi BALSW. f gray, restores to orlrilt l colour. An clegnst drescing, softoen and beautifes. No oil lorglreno e. A Tlrnicl ettor utive. tlotops hair coding out; strengtlhens, cleausei, ileala scalp, WRINNY MEN. "Well' IIealth Ilenower" restores Ihealtlh and vigor. cures Dysnpesaiu ptee, In~clcr, tmll Deb~lility ,t c!lcemiate aod drUggisto. nIosses M\[os od Co. Agents, Sydney "ItOU01 ON Pl'lI;S" • Why efer 1'ile1o Inll edlte rlllf lland reol:sletO ctre _tistetLiseuld. Ask for " Iltoogh on Plies." flmre core for itchsgldl, prntdntg, blooeedllng, or any form of 'iles "IIOUOIH ON ITCH" "flosgl o0 Itc}t" cores skin Issnoor, errlptiooll, shlog worm, totter, slt srhoem, frosted feet, elllbtslhlso itch, ivy bll ostr b er'bol? lid, "ilOUGII ON CATAIIIIII" COrre?ots ffeifroo Odolni it once, COlllalete core of worst r?olsu caolls?o, unequaled as 0gasrlo for diphti, hrl or tlrcot, foul breath r.. . . OUGE ON 4II ' ON IAT" Clieoarot rei,0 f ilie,'asste, btd-bugs, beetlen aissoets skui...
KIAMA POLICE COURT. MARCH 6. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 March 1888
XIAMvA· POLIOE ClOUtRTi ··:'· bnlrucal hellP, M., nndl Mgaer. Grey, TIIdimei ehsk (Thurgo Strnll~rnrn wniie ecctieed 3.ly Eilivahlolh Ryi~nu ~ h~vltlgon' 0tile i~ti ilthno . :aned. eIIeHIVe IaI(ItgnO!Iiige tnwnrd(el;' the~ twn p;inrtliee I~clnga on, I he vorendetl he theh reuer 'elaclit l resi-~ trlrr:l' vr:idolnue We iH C~veo; bothl inl anpprlot nnodlh' cl nTihnPi,` 61,nrge, hnlt theo Deuiedh even. tneIlS~yl~ii~ ndeecVillu the di veec, : I''~::·'~·
ATHLETIC SPORTS—KIAMA GRAND HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 March 1888
ATHLETIC SLPORTS-KXIAMA GidAND AN,'H AbD bIeAP:, x WEIONISSDAY l?st-the dIIy which had been fixed upont l ,fif the colebrotioiu of what mcoy be onllod tihe Mir'tiun (alnes, proved foirtfn toly-al-ilo inir weather is the ll r t necessity for success on sulch an occasion -as favouranble iin this respect as could be desiroed; and none 11011th loss so boe causo the atmosphero early in the inoriling wn? nlliost koeen enough for maidwinter. This soon ohiiuged;o nid the diiy .turnod out i: porfeot Inmdol of' lItto uins er wo\thor, nild..of what might bo wvislhd for. whiti nathlutio sp6rts woro to bo colobrated, Dtifingtlhe onrly part of theo day, liouiiuvi~6'; while tlo wind w:s still.b]lising anmitly, nud somOe iroparations for.the biusiness of the, day . were mii ng,· the liioholihootshd, whiole"fhd oiily boon put-up iirin tolnponaruy muniner for the piurposes of thie ltso shloiv, iiiid whioch it mtl.ibooeu, intended .to relnovo, wus blown,downh, lid some pirsons wu iiwo''ro busy laonr t...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 March 1888
MZBOBLLAb~OUS., Tlrrn,? It~I Ibadan (biater kldnons netim 9oudanl -ship)l an'i'Vad ~in~portonl Truinmacy i aii~r l Rvilnmmiaios lnvo intoly oourrod, in tu Aps inivorn v wiasora· o !plntt~ly iuhd l icU300 s1i wao klbui j~l ral~rvmhnuuof:P.~iotoriad.urin~gfthoi pnaL~ Oi th!WIt~ini O tiiL ato, ie9O1,rO ~addnl inorliaso over~r"' th smepal o ls A~i'~ ii 000 xourqtl a \Ynirnanh~ooI oarly~ ?11 Eo~ndaty rnoi mug at R'ohlrwtsoii and Mioru'u i~g;a!iifri;I Ti timnt~ ruuo~log0 of ::· th kt auto tu lmlullllitr'r flimlutud, amld t~ eurv~iceO hnd~t to ilam 0oau(Iub2tod ;j`by i, 'Wi~r~mr, . lho~ wall. knowl actor, ',,·,. '·· A M(AX falutucl,,at.a' (lie~ in M kdlhournol onl ~Aundmmy nlg h, cm nll whim inu 'yo.wea. beuing sup· portedl by a 1'mlr, I3igglnB1 pnblloiaunjthmmlet. Coi waqs rib'uld of a pooultd hook adlitnaling bchotiqs anmoutiting to £5L 5ut, Tn T 1'iraitonoh mianiof-war 1i'abort anicted tillh mrnuhing fron NOamnon, hIaving on hoird Ad;inlrl 1MaIoq (o1( St. Hibolhr, who: ih 'ion turnl int...
FRIDAY, MARCH 9. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 March 1888
~nwltudow ; tioluV Iitrtno iiih ' Guhr~jiu Riulitif, voiuto uroti, aaol I'cr two tottttlhtu, Aunt hllr ahit~rui of. ittutiiti o. Il nit·~lli o~l buri 'itauit'· frontl · titus u i iltulowt ts#in ll ti irlo~nitltuortai 2iual.;ltootl )iahl5'wuo w'ith. Kiltr i~Lit t'o·!?I 'vttiru I~litilttl~o aLt i o t o~a I~ut ((ttvtroly tlnorut 1toitt. lt. p1ito toill liayolu 6 tttlaitlictltttttltttj I·! ; · '
MYSTERIOUS ROBBERY OF £500. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 March 1888
MYSTERIOUS ROBBERY OF £600. DunlNa the forenoon of Saturday a robbery possessing both mysterious and extraordli nary features was reported to the Melbourne police. To all appearance the robbery was of the most audacious characnoter. Mr. John Wright Douglas, a builder, carrying on busi ness at' Inlkorman road, Oaulfield, called at the National Bank of Australia on Saturday for the purpose of drawing money to pay wages and other .expenses, and obtained in all £550, composed as follows :--£250 in £1 Inotes, .9200 in sovereigns, £,49 in half sovereigns, £1 in sixpenny pieces, and 950 in mixed, silver. The whole of this sum was put in a white canvas hag and carried in a common black bag with the ordinary snap catch. Mr. Douglas had his buggy outside, in chargo of a boy named Arthur Griffin, and upon Inav ing the bank placed his bag coontaihing the money in the vehiole, Frmin themre he drove to J;onkins's fishishopiin Swanston.stroot, ie. alighted there, left the horse in charge of tho.la...
KIAMA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 March 1888
'VI'u OC~oinnorlpit non tlhtumrs loot., to oohicoh lt o th ' d411var oothoeli wit, h obtuihT d have Imiit(iiol: w Ed o ftr oth Ma t Lid A lderiii Sn Blnini flUthKglO ,, vll ovo, acdt Rdluolll, 'r'ho' Wiiccc o(tho ioluvi ocoo lcc nvoc road an usual.I ll(,vd r Mrc Jos. COlby, whci wOa 1OOReict , 'oqooutoed thu attulitino ofl thu dcicifoll It It thu dej oltnott cfC .uO t outuatcid lcn i tuccttocnhuliw To 'taitc bhioly cc fJ chl ic cinimi kioc n.u trcti th Ii ud itt theu autiymjltiu ciuby oiouc Bulerylbu, Mr. Colley agreed to let tilhe matter stand over till next meeting ot Council--there being at this time a bare quorum present. Mr. Colley in the course of tihe. convorsationi, said he was willing to make the Council a present of the anmonnt of compensation--l1335--awardod hini sonme timn sinco by Mr. John Stewart on ac count of depreciationi of property. in the way of corroLpondonco the outgoing port ion 'was virtually tl, In the incoming portion was a comniunica tion from the Municipa...
FINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 March 1888
FINAL. M. Lonrvy,20 ynardR(8) ( y I .1; IW. Kin 22 ynrds (7) 2; Ml, Lonchan, 20 yards (J5) ; A. J. Upton, 25 yards (£8) 4. Throwing at Wiokot-J, Piko; ('l) 1; 80 U tllllO , Ilhih Jlmp-E skns, Oka.lft "7:l h(1i:') i; L. Llcoy, 2, . Ohstaolo anco--E. IIuakhnsi (£2- 10s) 1; 0, Braitlhwlai (10s) 2. . Boy' lnool-G,. Danro (158)' 1; -, Kinng (6S) 2 Walking COntest--P, Halrvoy (£2 10so) ' J, Aituhoeon (10a) 2.
THE INFLUX OF CHINESE. SOUTH AUSTRALIA ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 March 1888
''TI ZNFLUX OOHIN285. SOUTII AUSTRALIA ACTS. Smin IONIy PAnii(s,the otlior eveiing Ire Sobie0d' thh following teliegran from the Prio. Iniar. of South Australia, nnnouncing that I is Governmont had coiplhted thwir or rangoinants for prevlnting (1m0 influx of Ohi nieso into tiia' Northern Territory :'-"R Ohin so question.: We have pl rokillued tihe followiln ports infeotod-ia, . all pm ts in Chinia or uhiin oes deillndnnocids, thu Mailay Peninsula, Singaiplr , Timor, amid Nmitimimmm lands India, .Quarantino on in'assmis will ao: aoidmgly lie' riluimrad at Punlt Damuiin foi twenty one.days after. arrival, excppt as in , gards parsons not bliig -Ohinesoa'ailvib yj; h voasolalvin'g.no cliaonso on boanrld, wliowtll In g1rniited .linmodcllati prntiqln if not fromn IIongKingi .. A, polltx. of' £0 pii' ip Swil lio. impoo, , o ulijo. toto Bitfln ot.li of r'\ Prlihaimnt, on o:ill Ohlitneosnarriviig in tlio tiJiritory aid liiai' i'ft for (lmro, aftit' Alaroi l n 'li. l 'ion w In thu tnrriibry ...
LOCAL GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 March 1888
LOCAL GOVERNMINT. Tin, following is tho petition mentioned in'our roelport' of' the' Borough Council's meeting its. having been forwarded by the.' Municipal Asso. cilation and signed by tile Alderman present: To ,Tilr,. HoNioUALE Tri SPEAK'iE.AND MuEM 'IHts os' O1rit LIxoIsLAT.eVi .As.~niolsY' Or ::New Sout'i 'WaEs. ': h'l'a Potition .of. the undersignod Momboer pof S tlie Municipal Councils of the Colony of New South WValos H1'uIti SisxwEcTil - 1' That your.lpoitioehors ar ,very':onsideor. ably cripplod in their power to carry, out thdae necesaery improvements which tlhe framers of Ithme forlnlof IMunicipal ,Govormntmn t intoemded sliduld b ac'ccbhiilishedl bf rdiiadn' of thli pvsciacii Mnitioipallila s"Act beoinginadaqumata in ta pro. VISIOims. ' 2,;Tlhalt,this fact lhas .beeoon very:genorally. rcodgimised by 'ditl'reiBitdldinibiistrationsm eviL', denued by repeated Iromiises to' intiducdlc' a illlro co'mplote hieas'ure of Lbcal Govermlnibet for the i)lpprolVal of, tia Logislaturo...
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 March 1888
MEETINGOS TO BE .IHED. P(nrlntanlt Allinnn m.t' n ?3f 1 14. nt,7.0. Nn. 12T,.O.TT.; meoet Ofr.'h '0, sot 7.80 ": 0. No. 77'7 ,.O.T,:, mo?;tw )nln(;h 21. nf, 7 p.s.' .?. hNn. 116. T,.O.T.,. mootw 'Xlfareh'8ll ?..c~t'I.:m No. I4n, T..O.T.. mcot(o Mfal?h 9', at 7..i0 p.m. Bolon of TonlpaHn(oon, No,. 27, Inooto h?[nrli 01, It 7.70.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 March 1888
Business Directory. KIAMA. ARBNOLDbtibSES, (E. & A.) Droaainakars A ilannhing*atreat. ai~ron ASIE, DII. WM., Pysiocin an o, A lnketrbctSqaro. / ALI-Crlon, Diocatv Ca .Niglitna ad Carter, Mali: RPJl CIS, Tintinithl, &e., ·Tui~ran RBOWN E, News & Genwral Agcnt, BU LEN, E KOTWIR K, Genel.nio altck pro Iron &T'ini Plato Wnoker,rTerralofig p (1 K\'ll e., Boot and Slio Mlakor, f 0O O K 5, WI V., & CU., ei neral \ i e pre , CO(iOhA'AN & LOCK ETT, Cordial liafnfae ticra, Terralhig-stroat. COLUMiU3S, I, TFishol and' Dyatar Saloon, V. Manlnjiife-·stroot. (CORDEBY, A., llaaesjfainter Papa angar, &c,, Shoalhr-liasntroet. COUNFOITD, WAVIER, Hase Patrad DeicoratorTerra ong atreet 10USINSf '8 ONJ Boot and ,SIe aoa -tre, ain at Goaringong, RoobS, JdiN caal Doalor, ko, Iong J1~TZ171 fifA Seddlor & 1101i i 1105 Mar, l nngesti' et D IITZ. CTITAlL] S. Hoirac Slho~i & Oeneial 'I3Ikhnitgi lTerralong street. I KITE Pq JCatr&, ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 March 1888
sWll.don't think it exactly wise or prudent to hold exceedingly high language regarding th6.& functions of the press-the functions that is, which are voluntarily undertaken by thbos who think it worth their while, so far as pecuniary prospects are concerned, to print.and publish a newspaper, or tlose who in ainy way become connected with such en terprises: but the development of tihe busi ness has rend.red it anlmost' a matter of course that the conductors of thelse pullica. tions should'nndoirtako the advocacy of such measures and such changes of a political, do. mestic, or 'other description, as may com mepnd themselves to their judgment, What ever thelso may be, it is, we conceive, tihe business if not tihe duty of the journalist to doitliriub-"line upon line, precept, upon precept,"-and if not " in season and out of season," yet, with reasonable itoration, the active-promotion ofl such measures until they Ib'Conl e, by.soo.i mIcans, estabslishodfaots. We are not enthusia...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 March 1888
])K.TJOHN 8. W ILmiS(, M.R.6o8. ENa., L.R.o.P.E., L;M. 1873, - .i..G.;O,S, E]ND;, 1875!, &a., LfoAte of Collins-stroot Rot Melbhourne; and TLnndon, Consulting and Operating Surgeon, "BRIGHTON VILTLA." KIA1YIA, (Opposite Catholic Chapel,) AT UoME:c FOR CONBULPATION: Mornings; 9 till 2. Evenings, 6 ~till 8. TiTE REPORTER ,: AND ILLAWAARRA JOURNAL. PUDLIFTI RD EVERY.WEDN?SDAY AND SATURDAY IORNINGO. SATURDAY, MAR0CH 10,1 888. Kiama OottageL Hospital. PLAIN AND FANCY DR?ESS BAIll,. T' II' AVir boOn rtOquestL( to cnll n ncating oP the Ilhopit?al Cominilittoo, tlho Kilnna Lanld, nod noy of the gonornl pihilo in symplnthy with tllort!al.velnoIt to oho olul nt the Unouncll UChain Ier, on 'TilUltSDAY NINXL', Irhl ilhtiat, it 7.,80 p.n.-for tho Ipurpono of ulouting a cuo. ,itIootod t? Lanoo ?the ,Inuooalry nrmlgvaIImoltu ii an'iiortinl with i plainantl '0la'y ulrus ba ll to hu hld in:l tlh AgrirlniuLrln l 'Pavilion i., Idi of tilh fi oepl Ltio alovo ilitnltiol. . .. , . JOHN liOl1f.t:O...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 March 1888
DO YQOU KNOW That the'v el beat llood Purilfer and Spring, Medieino Is Dr. Bo1's Bitters. Tllhat It cures Bliiousness, Indlgestion, Dyspopsia, Ifeadache, and Kidney and Liver (Complaiots,. That it it s a wonderful mdicino for Rletoling .ind Sharpening the Appetite. That it cures Scrofula; 8alt Rhouml, Boils, nples?p , or other Diseases of the DBlood. If you suffer from any of thoee afefotions, try Dr, Boll's Bitters ait oneo.. Dr. Boll's Ilitter, as a Blood Purliflerha no equal It tones tile Systen, strengthens and invigoeates, giving now lifeo, The highest Medleal Authoritieso prenouloe it the only known Speetile for Kidney, Liver and Urinary Diseases ; tiat Ithas no equal ns a BLOOD) PUltl FIER, and that it is tile best safegiird adilist Con ltgalnus Diseases, bhth acete amd elho11e, keepln, 1the ICIDNEYS and LIVEt-theo great orgens of the body-in healthy conditio, disease then boleg im ossible. H R WILL conviace you of the wnder UU fl | fuloi uativo proler'tias oOmiined ia |IIilh...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 March 1888
MISOELLANEOUS. 'Miss IM. AnnERRnY was awarded first prize at the Camden Show on Thursday last as best lady rider on the ground. Il is reported that the subscriptions in Viotoria foi the presentation of gifts to the Prince and Princess of Wales on the ocoa. sion of thleir sil:er wedding amlounts to £544 . AcconDNa to the Register of Wrecks juht published by the Marine ]oanid, thirty' vessels of difflerent descriptions were wrechkd on the coast of this colony during 1887, the value of vessels. aid cargo lost amount. ing to £3,00o0. A WveOhAN named Simpson, whilst behiig. convoyed from Tingha to Invorell on?Thurs dayt;saw a large snake lying across the roadil Tlie horse shied 'and the woman fainted,. I-Tei death took place on Friday, and is ase oribed to the shook she expeorienced on seeing the snake . AT Bega, thel other day, Judge M'Farland gaveitas hsis'opinion that the jurisdiotion of the District 'Court 'hight be profitably' ox. tended to enable it to deal with 'actions up to £150...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 March 1888
* * WBB'1RTi'AN. .. , p irelon vslii bo'conducted In the Weleynan Clhurec, on Su Buidy neat, as follows: l, , lnnln, t 11 an. --R?n 0. It. OlInann, Mi' ina', at 7.30 p,in.-M-lv. (. It.L iol, :.. Jnmlieroo, at 11 nam.--Mr. . A. FomeinrvilleP. Jamberoo, at 7.30 pman.lov. l.'II llbe0Vs. Old Plane. at 2.80 p.m.-M-r. o. A. Rnomervillo,. SGoorrlngong, t 2,10 p.m,--ncv . 11. iOlKison. (lerri|ngoen, at 7.!10 p.m. Foxground, at 11 a.mn.-Ronv. R. H. IDowe. Rhelllhnrbour at 11 a.in.-Mr. W. Comnford. ' hollharbour, at 7.30 p.nm. -Mr. . A. S?incrville.