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PROTECTION TO AMERICAN FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 March 1888
PflOTECTION TO AME?EICAN PFA- Tin farmers and delegates to the Nebraska Farmers!. Alliance meeting' have sent a strongly-worded petition to Congross asking for a removal of the duty on ironi, lumber, sugar, wool, salt, and woollen goods. In the document, which is'endorsed by the Nationial Farmers' Alliance and State "Granges of Illinois, Indiana, and Pennsylvania, the husbandmen'point out that from '1880 .to 1886 eighty-seven of the richest agricultural districts of that' State suffered an actual loss in population, and that 50,000,000 `dollars was lost on corn in the past five years, thus proving that the farmers worked without earning a day's wages. Under the present system the petitioners urge: that farms aro being mortgaged, and the farmers reduced to the condition of 'the'e nhsppy tenantry of Ireland, The existing state of affairs, they claim, is due, mainly to the protective tariff, which taxes farmersfor'the aggrandisement of manufacturers, on the plea 'of protecting American...
RIOTING IN SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 March 1888
RIOTING IN SP'AIN. .Adooýnio N toý a, toli(giram from Mi'Mdrid, dated FObruiy, 5, despatoql from Huelval Batiiotl tatWmolofjlotminminati now; on SsHtrilcn, hing rdnred to dsporas, refusedI to: doso taid wore fired on. by thn 'troops. SSovral poi'sop uarp reported' to hiavoe binii sIpeoiila dospntbh snys 10 olvillnas weore ilied Thde Tinirs o hio joind theli peo . Snltslivigin ot viinlty in 1 priotestiig ngaingst opon-ir oaiinlclnionBi c Tlio-oivil goelninmont of Huelva, iodmpnipiied by two; ooipaniatc of troops (nd sonio civil '. ua'ds, ,nrived at ihlo seno on .Sa?trdny .id fould the strants ooaupied iy a i irontinice in' mnol 'iiumlheori l,. l out 14-00,0. , Thi Govrnor p a oko fromn .tliho -nlbioy Io:ftli muoniuilpitl building,, nd triod to restore order, 'lbuti tI) browd drowned lie volou with shouts; and pino lIred pitols iind throw dynamito onrl. ,, obs nat tle soldiers, Thi troops wroi than Ab;dredd to fire. Thl o oroivd wns finially dlis 'e orod . To lv solidiera wros wounido...
SLAVERY IN A FREE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 March 1888
S:.SLAVRY IN A FREE COUNTRY.' IHirn in San Franoisoo, where tie civilisa t i?iins"o tle Far Easb and theNoew West come together and exist side by siewitlifoit e oither intruding on the domain of the other, is afforded an opportdlnity (says the WEEi?LY ' iOn'oNILoLD) for a ready comprehension of Sthe wide difference between the Mongolian and'Toutonio people that can be found no where else. The lower grade of civilisation Sto which the'Ohinese aspired 2000 years ago, wlichio thoy.attained, and from, whiol: they have never risen, is apparent in every par ticular in whichlthey are susceptible of com parison with their white iieighbours.. The naturtal shewdnbss,, business sense, and in telligelnce ? attained' by. celturies of sharp competition for thlo, oarsest necessaries of life, are developed among them to as highia Sdegree'nisamongus; but in all those quali ties; chiefly moral, which tend to'uplift a people, 'and-to which we are accustomed to ascribe our advance towards true greatnes...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 March 1888
DR. JOHN S. WILSON, M.R.O.S. ENG,, L.R..,P;E., L.M. 1873, F.R.G.S. ENO., 1875, &a., fate of Colllns-streeo Ent E Melbourne; old London, Coniulting and Operating Surgeoni, "BRIGHTON VILLA." KIAMA,. [ I(Opposite Cnatholio chapel.) A'T I-HIour FOR CoNSULrATION: .2Mornings, 0 till, 2.&lt; Evenings,. 6 till 8. THE .,,RE P ORT ER AND ILLAWARRA JOURNAL. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. WEDNESDAY, MAROH l4, 1888,
THE WRECK OF THE BIRKENHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 March 1888
THE, W1REC OP THE BIRkE1HEAD. Yo, who, for your tales of heroes, SRecords search of Greece and Rome, Listen to my modern story "Of the umen who guard your home i tRapidly tlhe ship was sinking, By Atlantic breakers tossed, Splinteoired nast and tangled cordage Told their message, all was lost. On the deck thronged trembling women, White lips whispered, blanched with fear, " There are of us seven hundred, Say how many boats are hero ?" Out spoke then the gray-haired colonel, Turning to his soldiers said, " Have we fronted death so seldom * That we tremble at his tread V" Men of England, which shall perish, SYou, or those the weak and frail, You who no'or have feared a foeman, .Can the waters make you quail 4" " Which shall perish '" For their answer, . Dhuntlessly in rank they fell,: Union Jack,.above them flying, Told'of Land they loved so well. That all baser thoughts were banished, By the spell of Englaid's name, For thbeydar6d.tliomsdlves to perish, But they dared not soil her fa...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 March 1888
1VnILEn the outbreak of war on a gigantio scale appears constantly and ominously looming'in the immediate' future, as a conse quence of the.persistent and, unsorupuloets scheming of the huge disturber of the poli. tical world, whose agents in the Black Sea, it appears, have just been instructed to pre pare her southern fleet for active service, probably as a rejoinder to the action of the British Government in assembling a fleet for naval manouvres in the spring, colonists ' ,who interest themselves in any degree con corning' the alffaiirs f tie Empir generally, may well be desirous to know what are the prolbanlilities that the maritime trade betwben Ehgland, aid the colonii?ss could, b carried .on without serious risk of; disturbancoe.froam such vessels as that which, hearing. one of the members of the.house of Romanofl; came in peaceful guiso to take- part in the colo;. l ratuion:'of the Australian contenary.' A good 'geheral view of this imatte.i is 'supplied Siin an address whic...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 March 1888
To Let by Tender. ~I APPYVILLA HIO.US?E and. PAlRUE coi . I taling about' 40 noron, for a torm; at pre?Ont ooeupiod iy II. KCoon, Elq, Poseaaeion girvrs on.,oi ahout ltt APRIl next, ...F'orfull purtiitlnart .npply, to ... 1. , 0, KENDATILL? STENTER A New, Salvation ArmIy Barraoi a, iamsa, IruiENDiRS at lonvitadifor the oareaton of saino -,-for Comllllllilonr Hlowanrd, Tra'nol and apoolfieanton an abo soon .at Oaptain Elliht,'s Oflienra' QunrtorKlCianiai , 'iToindrirnloao \a D. NIESDAY1 4 p.mI.Manrch 21st, 1888, WILLIAM RAIN, Architoot, Sr Slviatlon ;ihiv Ioadqmirtnrn. rpl?ENDlRS: wlliravaoid b .hMayorti 1. I 1ait on i;.nTllUIISDAY,22iid it.titln flam ) i?-on'isw illing andl oonpetLnt to .liltaki rrviuiýSii o cast~yqn:e valulitln of ntuable go p rt Igthlnkh u unicinpalit3y Faor partdlri i ri apply to JAIMES SOM1IRVILL, .. , '...',,Councilt Clark. 'renipernlnce HiiIll, Kliania. MONDAY, MARCH 19th. EM N PSO HAGAN'S 1VL TIETTES _il appear in thleir Nuw ndl Origiinal En. htehnn'nel, .,,,...
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 March 1888
.:MEETINGS TO BE HELD .' Profestant Alliance maert March 14, at7.a. No. 1, L.O.L., invto Mardi 27, at 7.30,). No, 77, L.O.L., inret Mardli '11. at 7 p.m. No; 116, ,.0.1., mticta Mardll 20. at 7.:10, No. 140 L.O,L. , moets Marihl 22, na 7.31( p.m. SBo01o of Tempoijraic, No. 27, inucts Marci 21, Iat 7.10.".
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 March 1888
Business Directory. ARNOLD, MISSES, (E. & A.) Dressmakers ailManning-etreet. ASIIE, DDR. WM., Physician and Surgeon, .Market Square. / INSON, 'er, , Vie A YAZA, ALEX. Nightrman and Carter, Man "I ning street. B1ROWN, FRANCIS, Tinsuith, &c., Terra . l- iong-street." JBROWN, GEOlE, NeNws & General Agent, c lralo,,g !?ot.; ' 'R " *' Bli UiiN,',ONý' OItOGE" Gonirrk$ Stoiekeeper, I',&.Ti', TlIPlatoe Worker, 'I'erralong.st.. CAMPBELL, ED., Boot and Shoo Maker, Manning alreot. COCIS,. W., & Ct,, Ginoral Storekeeperis,' m allnintn stree., COL40MAN & LOCKI"T', Cordial Manufao th?i i /r?n rlng-stri, COLU~lftlUS, Il., Fisb and Oyster Saloon, Mil'?ning-street. OIIDEIIY, A., Hion3e Pointer, Paper-hangeor ~, Sh1oall h sl.reet. r.NFOnRi LTIl, Hso Painter raid ecoretr ig-straee. I(OUSINS & n(ooet and Shoo Manufao L' turer, Mainil' aid iGorringong. CROOKS,.JOUN, i, Dealer, Bong Bong. street. . r EIT!, PH Ill l br & Harness iMaker, D lal...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 March 1888
RELIGIOUS. CHUuCI OF 1aOrA0~ND. 'Dllvne Aervle willho ob d:detled oni Suz::day next in lhe Cluoth'obf iugland Churches by theo lie. J. 1i, I'e'iee,1 as follows i Christ Church. Kisins.iit 11, so.m.. [,Christ Church, it 7.90 p.m. Borloes will ho eonductid In thin Clhiuech of 1tiglsnld .hsnshroo, and ShIllhirour, 05 Sunidaly next, hi the 11ev. 1, Crlsfmol, s follows : aiiollhnrhssr. at II sn.m Jooberolo at 7.10 p·m.
COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 March 1888
OOZMME1OAL `I Sotnb Coast and lWest Camdoan 0o.pojpi orav '' Company r ,(Liitad.) Ilu'rrtn-St!I dull of solo, and quantities: vcry largo, .a oar i bdrhle inijrvyment -n diay biuter botlhliirl'laly nnd price a v:, -, IlaiOn,-;-Go,'d demannd for iid?aoui'ed puitioda bacon, nical3; ýlnm sell .iIng. well. Clicsoa.-Gou1iti batir.' . g s'.S i 'wall at' qumottion ??:. "Pdultry.-- 13hiI.', " ~ '~ ;Lucorno Nid...=o change? ~."I Mae.a Ditto; ` Potatoes.- 4lntor ·R vor, 55s to 04 ; W\Vair tnall bool?,60ii Osd 65i Cirolnars, 70. por toill i LivostooL-Plge and calves selling very wvill. IPollowjiR'g ile theqinotatliomn £ s e. o. A sL*D.I Inlltor, pertair.?s.'.. O 0 0 6 to 0 0 .0 Ditto, seooit 0 .. . ;o 0 3 0 0 5 'notory '..,';. ; 'i. 0 : .:. 0 1 0 Bacon (hannd chrod) 0,0 07 0 -0 8 D)o.(machida l rod) 0',0 . 0 0 71. Do ( heavy r'ougl )O 0 8 0 0 :4 haitn,(nland( ired)i 0, 00 1 , 0 . D) ,.(maci t6,.q f d) ". 0 ?'.6 0 &lt;? 0 , 0 ........ ..., . 0 0 2 0 , . oo?oes .-;Ia.; 0 0 ,2 0 0 ~ '. Dil...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, TUESDAY, 7 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 March 1888
TELM APII'P IO INTBLLI~I t17Ndn, ___~~" (n011J OUIt 001tiiil'ONUii N'1,7 S3YDNLIY, Tut. Loglulativo Aoauinbly Ind at half past tllruo. this aftornouuu, .Mm. Dibba' iiututºl. of ciluto wit thu chiof buoiiusa,. Tho' Ouutuuniil Univorsa l.. Exhihbition in Prineo Alfred Pirlk will bu opouiwl toamorrow by the (lovurour,,, Thu Prumiur iniutnds ihtroducling a slhlor bill ito t'iarlioiunt ret vupoeal .th&uxpotsivo ulauseu of tliu Eluutorol Act, - 2 Ate, W. COir, ux-Moiyor (if Molbourno, Air, A. J. 11.110 ALP., andai, AIº; 0. Baultt havev uouuplud limu lositiloli of Trustuue of thu B3ulli DiUnutur Funi, 1250 stludents have joined the Working Men's College, Melbournoe. A large and influential indignation meeting of residents of Casino last nightl condemned the exclusion of the Grafton and Tweed railway from the Government Railway Policy. An nexation to Queensland was urged. The cricket match, Shaw's team versus the. .Australian dloven, was continued at Melbourne Atolday.. The score no...
CRICKET. WOLLONGONG V. KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 March 1888
CRIOXET, WOLLONOONG V. KIAMA. 'lim mnaotcho provionuly announeod took plnoo on Saturday last at Wollongo.lg, whither the Klamn teon.n wont with bhort numnboro, boeing obliged to ltld a rooJit on the enomy's ground. Our anon did nottoxnotly roturn 'with flying' 'olours, a titey have bonn aoonutomod to do;'but noithor were they defeoated; oid in the oiroum-t utanoes ovoendufdnt would havo'booii a mattor. of littlo noto. As a matter of f ot the length oftihno available was not uTioulon?t for a snlgle innings, and the matoh was drawn onnoe whlit to the apporet adlvatatgo of the \Vollo ngong men, Thuo alotter, Iuwovur, ooIl to havo givon' a.eomolwhtt bettoer auouot of. theoliolvs ,than might haveo hoon anticipUatd from usome .ro mnrks inan Wollon long: onetnmporry;' Pro baly the roturi in'itli;iwhoitudvrr it'iako'!pld0o, will bo wortl' wittneueig.' The Kioain 111011 seettn to have "eoon greatly boohloiun to tie bowling of I, aIrk,,. who was llowlea.w te?i highoet Looror ont their hldo, F...
GERRINGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 March 1888
GMREINGONG MXUNIIPAL OOINCIL." TI'li rogular fnrtiilghtly o1113ing of tho abnIvo took plano oi Monday last, tlu 12t6l ihata t, Prosoent-tho full Onuollo. * MIhnuitl of provious mootiug woro road ind oolirnmod. . (Oll RSl'ONDl INOUII 'Tlih Olork rond uoploa of luttoir addrossod to -1-. 'The Sorooltary i' tllo Mlainiolpul Aesoola. lion, Now South ,Wlos; 2. Mr. A,', Oioron, MI,P.P.; , 'ho Minlutor for Justloo,-t-lh lattur giviug roeult of Lool Option Voto on 13tl ultino. , Tlho iocomingl ooilniunaontiIs in?oro fimnn-1, fr, Goo,'go 'T'hollpuona , Broulghton Villngo, oalling allunotion to thu vory d(iangortun stato of llho bridgo south of his roasdoulo, hloro nan ao. oidunt vory nonely occurrud thl'ongli' hio 'hand. nitl oni thlu up.atruma aido of tho bridgo bolny oil'1 also s6i esting thl naoooility of having thl Itprolottllig funl ouloolintud to tho bridgo 12, '110 Poai ituri ta.-il ur?l, stating thit tlih room c(galtnally suolutod for Puat and TuloTugraph olllou at Gerringong will be ...
SCREENINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 March 1888
scREEglNCS. ----7 OaDsmns in dotail for thelo forthcoming Eastor encainpmoins have booil issued, anlld tio propa ratillo nronloW in plrog'resP. Tnia House of Commons has refused to np pointl committcees to deal with bills relating.to .oWelsh, firoeign, and colonial affallir. Toiii local' optionists gainod a completo 'ictory at Port Hoelbourno on Saturday, and the numbIOer of publid-hlousecs there is to be redudcd frLom 48 to 24. :. 1 T tcati is a story durronit in Lonudon that Loiu ISalisbury has dismissed the Frenchl tutor to onue .of his sons for imbuing tihe youilg nIobtlemaiu'a Siilnd with Ropublican priucipld&. i?li. is stated that the Clh;aicmllor' of the E.c ohiequor 'will be al\lo to amnotmico ais saving of £100,000 on tlhe your's charges in tile adminia tration of the various departmnents of.thelo State. TItllc Germani residents of Sydtney intendl to hloldl a solomn roligious end tnticl service in conmmemoration of the dcnis ?pE their beloved Emlnporor, ill thie ~pl...
SHELLHARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 March 1888
1SHELLHARBOUR. S[nior" A CORRESP'ONDENhT. T'll ael?dvrtised meeting for the oraglnisationl of e qliropo?e'd Poultry and Pigeon Society took pi?nou&at the Teinporaice laill on the evening of" Frida la?,?n l'h inlotant. The number of pom cane present was not quite twenty. 'he ohair wae occupied by Mr. T. Fenwicl, JP. ; and it was found that the society already' possesseod some fifty' subscribers. Another gra'tifying eircllmstand,: was that. ialuablo prizes had boonl offtoed in comminuicatioiis from Alessra,. Plum' mar and Oweno , hnd from Messrs. Drysdalo :t d ,lRoberta, Sydney. It was -determined that the committee O n sist of fifteeoo persons;e with a president hnd secretary. Other rulo referring to to he usual routinle of manngeoment were alan adopted ; and it was reosolved that the Society a annualli s!?o\v be held between the months of Junu andsoNvomber. T'le month of August, it is thougft, will be about the ilmost suitable time. Time tWllwinlg niams are those of the gent...
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. KANGAROO VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 March 1888
SLOCAL. AND DISTRICT NEWS. K"ANOAROO VALLEY. . G.nIaIsI oN no mon soom tho hvo had it nl thuir owln way in Illo lnnlttor of light vohiules II tho Knlgarioo Valloy show. 'Iho following are thou idjudicationa in this olass':-Buggies, onrts &o.-Singlo buggy : John Kully I; J. \V, Cookorill 2, Doublo buggy: J. \V, Ooolorill, rFour-wlhoolod sooinblo : J. \V. Cookorill. W\Vg. gonotto : J. W. Coolorill. , *M'AONIO, Tu MIansoio sor'vico.nhiloullcod i n proviou;l issi8u was hold onil Suilday ftornoo lst lit the Prosbytorlim Oliurioh, Klaim., Thu pulpit Ws-t oqoullpiod acoordiig, to prograinint by thl Rov, G. R. (ilasson, who illustritod thu olmiritilblo spirit ill wliloh tlio saoloty of lMasouii profoisod to nct, by ohoosing thu toxt " Alas, my brotlih." Tho disaourso wias iim loquont oo10, tho ooliuro gltioll hirgo, thiu ilmiioal portion of thu survico, conductud by MrAI. Cordury, was vory flfuotivo, and.thu rosult of the sorviou, its I wlolo, highly griatifying to thoso wlh had boo...