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GERMAN REMONSTRANCES TO FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 August 1887
OEal9MAN REIMONSTItANBUES TO FItANOE, At a diplomatio recoption (tile Paris corros. pondont of thoe lorning Post says) Count Mun stor addi;osecd to M, Flourons romnonstranous angainst tihe violont attacks on Gormany nppolar log in oortain R adical papers, IHo oaspooinlly notod artliolos in'tho Da/?lo Notlionalo, which, aftor publishing tho names and addrosseos of ca-r tlain most reputable hoeads of Gorman firms, hold thoan up to tho publio seoon as Germana spioe, T oidrstland that Lormd lyonu also OXprnsedo hilnslf strongly 'again?st thi? Inla ageo roiriark. ing that if newspapors ar'e to bo allowed to publish suchI artieles againut Am a ssanilors thair positioin' h1ioi woiuld bhoimsu unltitnlalo, ?l, Flouruana appoanrod to ha oxlraimly glieorad, and exprtssotl bimiolf in thi most frliondly tulrin, of tho slincority of which thor is nIII doublt,
KIAMA SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. Aug. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 August 1887
EIAMA SHIPPING. A IL IV A LS. Aug. 26. Bengle, Lans o' Gowio, and &ilowrio, stonamr. ae, from Sydney. Malnn, schoonor, from Sydney. Aug. 27. Lnoe o' Gowrie, stonnior, from Sydney. Aug. 28, Beaglo, steamer, fromm Sy'lney. Aug., 29. Kamerklrn, stoanmor, from Shonlhaven. lmerkworth, tanmotr, from Sydney. Eescort, schoonor, fromt Jervis Bay.
AN IRISHWOMAN'S GIFT TO THE QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 August 1887
AN IRIaII1WOMAN'' OIl0T TO THI[ QUEEN, ''I'IE TWorld says :--" Of all the Jubileeoo offeor lags which her Mnjesty has boon asked to ano capt none have boon lsimplor than two now.laid" eggs uWhich a poor Irishwoman sent to the Quouen by a bishop, Hearing that the bishop of the diocese was going to London in the Jubi. loo wooeek, this Irish Lyalist naked him if the Queen would accept two eggs for her breaklfast from an Irish widow, The Bihonlp brought thom across St, Oaorgo's Channel and transmluit tod them to Windsor, with a description of the donor's poverty and loyalty; and they wore io copted by. the Quoon, who is making inquiries Is to what would be tlhe most useful present hlle might sand to lher Trialh subject iii return.
DEPARTURES. Aug. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 August 1887
DEP1AlT1TUfls8. , Ang. 26. angl1o, Allnwrio, Bowrn and LRee o' Gowrin, stoamors, for Sydney. Aug. 20. Lanedowno, ketch, for "S?ydnoy, JTeseio and Mann, echloners, for Sydney, Lace o' Oowrio, 'ridont. and Bonglo, toeam ero for Sydnoy THE REPORTER AND ILLAWARRA JOURNAL. pUBLISHEUD EVIIEIY WIEDNISDAY AND) SATUIDAY MORNIND. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1887.
ENGLISH AND FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 August 1887
SNGLISH AND FOREIGN NEWS. ?W?E reprint from various sources some ex tracts relating to important events, and the lives of persons in high positions in several foreign countries: Paris, June 20. The Jubileo doings havo come to an end, only a good dinner remaining to be given to the poorer class of English work.people, with a dance and fireworks to wind up tihe enter tainment. The American colony has given a grand Jubilee service at its most popular and important Episcopal church, at which several American Bishops and Archbishops were present, with a grand assemblage of wealthy members of the colony, and a goodly sprinkling of suldbjects of the Queen, includ ing Lord Lyons and the members of the Embassy. A number of Irishmon living in this city have held an "anti.Jubileo" meeting in the specially rowdy faubourg of Belleville (Gam botta's first stopping-stone to publicity, after wards angrily scolded and despised by him.) Behind the chairman was a black flag, on wlhich was inscribed th...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 August 1887
IN viewing thie line of railway, which with its cuttings and embankments, its Lbridges and culverts, intersects the picturesque dis trict which we inhabit, a district so dill'reont in its physical features from wide stretches of country which soime other lines-the Great Southern for .instance- travorse with little delight to the eye of the traveller though with due economy of his time, one is rr. minded of the controvorsy which arose on the proposal inado some time ago in Eng. land to construct a railway through a portion of what is known as the lake country, a region embracing cortails portions of the counties of Onu'berland and Westmnoreland, and renowned for the beauty of its sctenery. The lake country is the haunt of tourists, some of whom are attracted by the more physicial behoauties of tile district; somie by a gonuine, and others by an aflolted regard for historical and biographical associations the lakes and their neighbourhood having furnished the homeos and haunts of men ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 August 1887
Waughope Butter Factory. A PPLIOATIONS, stating salary, will bo ro L. coived by the board of dirootors of abovn Factory up to SATURDAY, SEPTEMBB R 88D, from poraonas willing to not as managor. J. NELBON, 8.81.87-1 Soorotnry. 'Waughope Butter Factory. TENDERS will bhe recoivod by iho board of 'dlractors up to SATURDAY, SEPTEIM B13R DCo, for the supply of 100 milk cans, sample cane to bo soot wlitl onolh tondor, J. NELSON, 8-81.87-1 Soarotary. APPLIOATIONS will bo received up to L SATURDAY, no SEPTEMBER, for por sons willing to not as MaInagr for thlo Wood atoolk Butter Factory. Appliunat to stato torms. N. BOYLE, 8.81-87.1 Ion, SOo, TTENDERS will bh reolvod up to SATUR 1 DAY, 8sun SEPTEiMB3ileR, for theo supply of 100 milk oans for tlhe Woodstoolc Butter Factory, tendors to bo addrosead to \VW. Stowart, Jamberoo, accompaniad with asamplo onu. ni, nozin?:, - 8.81.87-1 Hon. SoL . No;. 279 I,O,G.T. Jamberoo. T HE. TEA-MEETING In o coonotion with Sahovo Lollgo has boon postponod .until W...
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 August 1887
MEETINGS TO ]3E IlELD, Proteotnnt Alliance meita A\?guslt 31, nt 7.80. No. 1, 1L.OI,., mnocts elpt. , Iat 7.:3m No. 11i, LOt., i s S(,1t, 50, at. 7."0. No. 77, LO.1J. ,cdi Pt? 7lept,, at 7 panl. 3N4. 140, L.OIo., mlacla 8IPlt. 1, at 7.3(1 ptan. oans of Tecperancc, N'o. iT, maooct Sept. 7, al 7.30.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 August 1887
Busihess Directory. K:. IA ?A. : ARNOLD, MiSS1KS, (E, & A.) Dressmnakers lManning-setroot: . A.SE, DR. WM., Physioflan and Surgoon, - Market Squaro. ATKINSON, TH'LOS, Builder, &c., Vine Cottage, Dido-street. AYAZA, ALEX., Nightinan and Cartor, ela, ning.street, T|ARNE8, WILLI\IM, IHorseHo bihooer & Gneoral ._ Blacksamithl, Torralong-stroet. EVAN, W. J., Tailor, &c., Terralong. S :'street. RIOWN, FRANCIS; T'insmith, &o., Terra ROWN, GEORGE, NeRows & Goneral Agent, Tobrrahong-st,'eet. ULLEN, GEORGE, oGeneral Slorelkeeoolpor' Irnon &1 Tin Plateo Wokoer, Terraloug-st, CANIt BE:LL, ED., Boot and Shoe Maker, k. l anning-strcot. IC AMPBE]LL, ALEX., Auctioneeor, &o., To'rra. - long-slreot. HIN, PLUMaLEIGII, orso Shlcer & General Blacktsnith, Terralmong.strcolt. IIIN, lMRS. P., Fruitolrer, Mlanning-utreet. CLARlK, WM., Boot and Slhoo Makeor, Man ning-stroot. COOKS, W,, & CO., General Storckeeoopors, Manning.etroo...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 August 1887
RELIGIOUS. CIHUIICI OP ENGLAND. Divine Serovie will bl conilnduwi on Riuilay next lu tihe Church of Enightnd Clhurohes a followst: Clrlst Church, Klian.llll , I1 n.m.-lovt. .1. TI. Price, Chirst Church, it 7 p.ml.-- ov. J. II. Priceo Services will lie condutlted in th1 Chllircl of ItEgland Jambcroo, iant Shillutrliour, on Sunttltty next, In follows: Rlhol?llharibotr, nt 11 ai..-Rev. A. D)rrccy Trlvine, Jainberoo at 7 p.n.-Rev. A. UDrcey Iri no
COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 August 1887
0 OMM? 0 IA L. South Coast and West amdo CanoCo-oporative Company (Limited.) Bo'rnr.--Domand slack. Dacon,.-in fair domand. Chosos-Still coming to hand in largo quan tities. Eggs,--Considerably lower. Live Stock,--Pigs easier; large supplioa from northern Flivoers. Calves, market fully supplied. Maieo.-Soaruoe, and selling well at quotations. Potatoes.--Good supplies still ooming to hand in largo quantities. Following are the quotations: £ .. D. £ s, D, Bettor, per lb........ O 1 0 to 0 1 8l Ditto, second ...... 0 9 0 0 11 Factory................ 0 1 1 0 1 4 Baconl (band cured) 0 0 8 0 0 06 Do.(mnachine cured) 0 0 4j 0 0 5 Dou(havy& rough 0 0 2 0 0 4 Ilamnls(hand cured 0 0 7 0 0 9 Do (machine cured 0 0 5 0 0 6 Lard...... .......... 0 0 8 0 0 4 Chlosoo....e..........0 0 2j 0 o0 4 Ditto, second......... 0 2 0 O 2 Pige, alivu.......... 0 3 0 0 Calves, eachl.......... 0 3 0 1 7 1 Hides, per lb..... 0 2 0 0 3. Calfekins, noh,,,,,. 0 0 9 0 1 3 Tallow, per ton...... 14 0 0 15 0 ( l...
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. London, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 August 1887
LATEST TELE~GAPHIO IfNTLLI G)ENCE. (Frm,, te Sydn!ey Papers.) London, August 25., A summons. has booeen issued under the (rimes Act calling upon W. O'Brien to ap. pear at Mitchelstown on the 9th Soptember to answer a charge of inciting the tenantry of the Kingston Estate to resist the law. The Canadian Government has remitted to London a sum of £20,000 as the oontri. bution of the Dominion towards the funds of the Imperial Institute. The European Powers, with the exception of France and Germany, Ihave advised the TurkishO Govornment not to agree to the proposal of Russia for the appointment of a joint Ottoman and Russian Commission in regard to the aflfairs in Bulgaria, Tho Porte has rofused to withdraw from the European concert . i Tihe " Standard" this morning publishels a telegram from Afghanistan to the oieffeot thliat Ayoub Khan has made his escapo from Teheran, where he has ?hezi detained in cus. tody for somo time past, He is reported to be hurrying towards Herat, but, his re...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 August 1887
' Birrin 'Tl AN DIAMlONl) andl of grantor v~lut thnn lin goKld is a groot tonio nitl roiiovntor lilke Dr. Doll's UittLtrs. It oxplol all polHonOUa hlmoit I'l'n ro thu blood, toneo up thlo yutom, nil by noiing dliootly on thllo imot ilnportnltt orgono of the body, Htilnlnlato - themu ' to bailthy nolio I nltl ro.toru hulllth. .I lcH alffooteil lni11y ninrvolloil uniiro, nnld for nll. kIcdnoy nud ollhor oldlroll touubleu it iu n iinvaluablu lh.'lindy,-Auv. A eoetly widow's cap was eont to Queon Viotoria nas ,a Jobileo gift from the Qeoon Riogont of Spain. It is nmadelo of priolos' Spanish laca, with nn onlbroieoreod vol;, the back hnoging ntlmost to theo ground, nd a pearl diademon in fronit theo 'jwols builng qnbrohldorend on theo Inoo yQebyQ?ld Ohrltion horself, who is an aeomnplihieod needlowomnan, Th enp is copldd fromt an old portrait, whiluh Qooan Ohris. tina found in the pnilnoo of Madrid, ropreont ing a widow of the Spanish royal houso .in.theo gatin ostumtt of thro oonturioae...
GERRINGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 August 1887
GEERINGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TiE? regular meeooting of this Council took place on Monday last, and there were present-the Mayor, Aldermaon Hindinarsh, R. Wilson, Noble, Gordon, and Sharpo. Minutes of previous meeting woer read and conlirinod. CORRIERPONDENOE. The Clerk read copies of letters addressed to -1. Tho Auditor General. 2. The Minister for Lands. 3. The Camperdown Council. 4. Mr. Angus Calmeron, M.P. Tle incomingo cominunications wore from 1. Tile Municipal Association of Now South South Wales, stating that tile annual session will commence an the '27th of September next, and requesting Council to forward notice of any matter they may have for discussion, so as to onabllo the business paper to be drafted and a copy sent to each representative as early as possible. 2. Tile Auditor-General, asking for a refund of £1 15s balance of advance of £100 for alterations to jetty at Boatharbour. On tile motion of Aldermen Hindinmrsh and R. Wilson the correspondence was received, and ...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 August 1887
NOTSS AND NEWS. A movement to colobrate the contennary of 1780 is gaining strength in Paris. ' A new tenor has been discovered in the poer son of a chimney-sweop ill Berlin. King Milan has given orders to prevent tihe return of Queen Natalio to Servia. A number of oflicial changes in the judiciary administration of Ireland are contemplated. There has been a failure of crops in Asia Minor, and extensive districts are thrcatened with famine. King Milan of Servia says he would not ob ject to the federation of Servia and Bulgarin under himself. Thie Czar and Ozarina contomplate an early journey to Denmark, Germany, and Austria, during which they will meeoot tle Emperors. Steel-framed cabs are being manufactured in England, with a view to greater lightness and durability than if wood were used for the pur pose. Mr. Gladstone's motion respecting the proola mation of the National League was rejectedl in the House of Commons by a vote of 272 to 194. Mr. Chamberlain and seven Unionists voted...
SHELLHARBOUR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. AUGUST 24. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 August 1887
S~ELLHARBOUR MUNICIPAL 00UN CIL, AuousT 24. ALu. the members wereo present. COfltiSPONtlENCI. Inwards.--1. From Treasury, Now South WTales, stating that an endowment of £152 16s has ben placed ill tile Comnmerocial Bank to the credit of Oouncil. 2. Circular from MItnicipal Associntion of Now South WVales. 3. From Roadtl Department, stating that the setn of £2U00 and an additional sun of £40 for tihe maintenance and repair of Main South Conast road for present year is placed to credit of Council. 4. From J. )Daloy, applying for an extension of time to complhte contract on Kitamia road. 5. From residents eand othtars, offering donationse to the antonnt of £10 towards gravel ling the worst portions of the Caldorwood road adjoining Harnan's farmi. 6. Firom II. Osborne, Esq.,. stating tlhat ihe is willing to give £50 towards bridging the crook at Pearson's, only on tlhe conditiion that the old road passilng througlh Mlarslall Motntt estate and by the Ihouse is closeod and nmade a private...
KIAMA COURT OF REQUESTS. TUESDAY, AUGUST 30. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 August 1887
XIAMA OOURT OF REQUE~STS. TUESDAY, AUGUST 30. J3BeonE Messrs. H. Oonnell, P.M., Jas. Colley and Oonway, J's.P. Moris Eintsart v. J. Wood-Breach of contract, £10. This was a case in which an exchange of horses had taken place botween the parties, and the plaintiff being dissatishied with the animal he had received in tile transaction sought to recover £10, alleging that he had sullured to that extent inasmuch as the horse \aas not staunch as represented, Mr. Haverstein appeared for plaintiff, who is a foreignor, The case was charactorised by much con fusion, and contradiction as to facts on tile part of the plaintilfaud defendant. Several witnesses were examined, the weight of evi dunce being, as the Bench ultimately decidl ed, agaiilst the plaintihls claim. In tile bar. gain between the parties thelt dtefendant who considered hIis horso the more valuable of the two, was to have received, as " hoot," .£1., The plaintiff professed himsel f dissatisied with the horse he got, which he a...
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 August 1887
LOCAL AND DISTIIOT N?WS8, IN th lo v nernmno l Gaolteo of Wedlneodny lest in publihlod a roturnl of Iprtioulhrs of in. qlents nind mngistorinl inquirioes hold in theo onlony from 1st JuLu to 3dst December, 1885, The dolths amount to abont 1300. A Nortnurv'ro o line boon rcuirved from the Chloif Inslpeootor of Stook by Mr, (1. Somnorvillo to tho oeliot tlit Mr.?, Jmnoie Yeo Ies boon )p. pointed Inspootor of Stook for tlhe distriots of P iotoiamna,Ki , and Borrinmn, heviig reooolvod a mnjority of votoes in the throo distriots, 'r will bo obseorvod tIt nn ndhoertisemont in olr plesent leauo ne oences8 that the foestival of tile onim of 'mlnpoianoo, which wcs to have tken plnoeo oin Mlondy ovening nt Jniiboron, nul w proventeoILd by thme tlnto of the wOenlhor, iA to ie holl hib nvcliiig, wolven it in to bt himlodl tlhnt moteorolugical conditions will be mioro favornbloe. We Ilovo to noknowledgeo the rocoipt of a very coo rtoots nieoto fl'roll Dr. Lowevrs, of Brnughton Crook, thleo subje...
CORERSPONDENCE. THE SHELLHARBOUR STATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 August 1887
OOBREPONDBNOE, THE SHELLHARBOUR STATION. TO TI1 EDITORt. Sim,-Thero Is in your last issue a locnl par graph ontitled " Railway Wants in lilawarra," on a part of which 1 bog to make a few remarks, and I may say in passing that we in Shellhlar bour look for some bonelit from the starting of the Illuwarru Journal, as regards the ventila tion of our local afthirs. Tile passage in your paragraph which I have alluded to is where it is said tlat " a iplatform for Shellharbour at ,Lindsoy's lane was tile request on behalf of a number of settlers whom it would accommo dato." The writer of tile paragraph probably had no apocial knowledge of the matter, and no personal interest in it; but it is likely that at good deal will be lhord about this part of tlhe railway question, Further on the proposed Slollharbour station at tlhe intersection of the line with tile Miunamurra road is mentioned. Now that is just the question regarding which the minlds of our Shlillharbour people are at preaonut exer...