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COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 March 1888
So ll-oul? ~Coant, nllV ,Wvl Ol uci 0 0Co lpcerai veo, Cocpcuiy (rMiiiitiid.)i LA I Ur"ril:1 --?u lilvo to qullnLo-tenulon i nlo:i, !!!o i BEl'i' f 0i10 " pl I|all ?-rnsinil dail i h1ll"lla ijt~ l;91[ ;: inii::ikct g ll l cn l ni d ,li 'il' Lun ff ou1 ic 'viii iti. (liH, roalil cl plric , : Iuhicon .-.\ry dll of anlh, nol I?e~d ; o'o Iow " (Clhnne;-- \,a t soli/hly ho' i,'proveu.l E]iui,--Silrcoi nltl .cllhi wull; h 11 izo.--Oonihg, to. Ii l vipi feoly, guodl oll ilniivii ' olall li \Vtidl. I Live stol, It pg? --bry hr'go:e Ipllliil to lnul,, aniollplgs. VUiy ,hainpi; in?lcen cIllino wl .: S11 ny.-I.llfiolo ?. r ; bo1t; l l .t ( 50iso0 piO'i toip. lu'llowhicg ciii lii i rlioltlonii - £ ii ii At i. ii., !iitur, per IIi ....... ' 0 0 1 to; 01 0 Ii? L Ditll, sulcul i. ..L 0 0' .3 : 0 :il3 Fctol oi.......... 0 0 8 0 0 10. ami hccu.(iid ciituul) 0 0 7l Ov 0~ 83&lt; Ito ,t(nol iiin iiur)l, l 0 0. I 0 0 b . iUo (hnvy & rugi): O: 0i,.-i:..0;,10.. 0 0 " liuo (lh knllui onlul)...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 March 1888
A Special Invitation. We especially invite a trial by all those siuf foerrs from Kidnry and Liver complaints who hnve f niled to obtain reliuf from other remedies nld from doctors. Nature's great remedy In. lUnsI l' an11'rrs--hleeffcctedl c11ru in llnny obstinteo cases. It nets at once on the kidneys, liver And bowels, cloansing the systHem of nil poisorous humors, and restoring henalthy con. dition to those important orgnis. Do not be discouraged, Init try it. GOAT1IPFUL WOMEN. None receive so B u iic beinolit, lnd none are so profoundly grateful and hlow such nil in turest in recommenoling Dr. Soulu's American flop Bitterl na women. It is tle only remoedy pecculirly adapted to the imany ills the sex is ailiost univursilly sebject to. Chills and 'over, indig'estion o dorafged liver, cnistant or por. iodicnl sick leundnchls, wenlmoss in tle back. or kilneys, pain in tih shoulders and different parts of the body, a feoling of Jassillidu aid deoponduony, are alL readily removed by the...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. TUESDAY, 7 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 March 1888
TELEGRA1HICOIN'I'1LIGEMOlN . (Fson oUth coEiuESPONDltNT.) * SYDNEY. ,t. 4,h IUEFDAY, 7P lI,; TnI Logiilativo Aate~i jblymott titl aflttiloon at 3 o'clock . InI gBioiralbubiioBes prciaohucl was given Lo.ord.ers, o hilie: day over notlioo ofr miotion,' *" * Ir. Flthetel, I.P,, nddrenedr lar lro imo'boting at -~lrsinvillo *on Protoctiodihn l t ovBning. Tiho Goveiorr- h iH oioi8ntili'tdo.uiuni oil t\w Bulli Dienastr 4omrioal Mzubilb'iolytigsi'iiox s. d"ay. ' . ..... r.' k ,"=' " . STlho Austiala~ian in?tranoo and .B.nltinlg R cord ouniitloi'b that theo eio l ot''Mri. ,odc ijel's . co livuriul uOJIIIj1ei .'iti : tO Uuau i tiir)lu mlll nii 55 ; tu flbw into the Jl.oiy , : ."" Thlo general atriikgi uilt itiL: foir tllh ltI) i lstr.r mnnlousvrie havo bboo'nl dooeidl upon, biut tilelo taili uf the progrnii ti'i lii'veoU III t'h buuloTix.td ,i n tlhoy will. dpold giittly ou thlli. ps)egiUesd) of thli work itHulf. . '. . 'lihu Miniutir or Jut Jioo.e I?a ntgaitin nd ii'c toi sidoratioi tlio ca ...
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 March 1888
EENGSaTO IBE EIIELD,; 1rotest 0 Alinfam nnotR 3awli 29. t7.20 Noo. 19 TJ.O.Tl. mtets ?r?mh 97. at 7.30, ?To. ?77;T?,O t,,' ?loft? nI[ t~l J1· at· ? p1m,? ? ".:'. ?T,15 ",.1, meotk .?Tnrcll 90; at 1,7., I; :' .. .- " To.140. 7 .O..,, r ne. e l tR lfh "2 , at 7?Jl n.m. .olia of T(flnp7CIlOcC, No. 27, iiweto Mnlil l 01, nt 7.30,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 March 1888
Business Direeory. KIAltI ARNOLD, MIbSSa, (E. ira "~. Malnnhllg.Hleet. . krA A"I? o WM.si, , , ,--c., Mlark'et Square. " ? ren TKINSON, 'S., !unilde SCottage, Di c., V A YhAZA, A:LEX., hNiglh('mon and Carter, Man ning-street. • BRO)WN, FRIANCIS, l'insrmith, &e., Terra long.dtreet. 1ROWN, GEOI1Q(, ws & Geaoeral Agent, ui Totta~l~ong-striset. UtLEN, OGORGEGi Stni , rekeepei, Iron & '1 Tin Plato Workler, errialoug st. CAMPBE l,,E D., Bort and Shoi Maker;: btanlningstreet. C" OOKS W., & CO, iGeinoral Storekeoepar, Manning streot. - OLEM'AN & LOOK 'IS Cordial Msl a ; 't trers; T'l. ahlong-strooti . rlOLUM! BU$ [, ; Fsh eLi 0O: tor' aseloon, '- Maiinitn-streoet. ·Y, ,; House l'air, Par Iaigor, y 1NFORD, V REIHous'hones raloter add ,?1,cbiuraltdr, Teorralot}-st ret :. ; ?li,'J ? 1 COUSINS & SON, nlit and Sh:lo aifao turers, Kilai|na iid.eirhingng.rn I . tr it . . 0' C1101~~0~ ia Dealer, Benci,,· B~ong. lT EITZ, P' l!IP,;' ddler & [HIa...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 March 1888
F'i'ri question of Chinese immigration, like that of ,tho administration of the Crown l?.?ds, is one in which this district, as a dis. tinct. locality, can scarcely b, said to haves a primary interest, notwithstanding the in tense importanoo of Iboth these matters to the colony-indceed the continent-gonerally, including, of course, the comparatively for. tuneto district.of Illawarra. Thero are her' no great areas of the national estate to pur. zle political adventurers, who have at. lained to ministetial positions, as to the Lest method of managing theim, nor any inh dustries in which the European (or nalive) 'workers are in danger of being pushed froem their industrial stools by tile immigrants from the Flowcry Land. The small nunlber ofthe yellow race who are actually sqjourn ing amongst us, are regarded with sulloiolent complacency as cabbage-growing machines; tlihugh with regard to the market-gardening Ibusines-i which is left for the most patt in their hands, it would perhaps l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 March 1888
b.Th JOHN IS. WILSON, ,?'.11.°dEs d}. IAiR?.O.P.E, L..?i 1873, +' ... F.R.G.S. ENn., 1875, do., Late of Collin-trnelrootr ? I nelbournIs and London, Consulting andt Operating surgeon, "BRIGHTON VILLA." KIA MA, (Opposite Catholic Chapel.) ArT Ho-ol ra OONSUr.ArrTION : Mornings, till 2. Evenngs, 6 till 8 THI-E' REPORTER , AND ILLAWARIRA JOURNAL. PUIILISIIIED EVEIIY WEDNESDAY AND fA'PURiDAY IORNINO. WEDNESDAY, IAARiCH 21, 1888.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 March 1888
lmonley6 .R, IJCH & POOR, meUin cyb omt '9 to a G2RZA.T CHEAP LE& FACY FAIR Mrs. P~ Ow selling all ole? Fresh and Beaul m ' Stosk at a TH-RD less than co j! oider to meet the dullness of ihe' ting&? ds that have cost her a Guinea ire now , vcecd at 7s., Ladies' and Chlildren'5 Straw? 1' ich cost is each wholesale, now sedin ~ 4d eAt af MRS. POWER'S GREAT GH E A ~LE & FANCY FAIR. •.• T ,OF.,P.RI-C-=S :+ Ldadies rlnw1is 41I do. Nighit D~ropeo, 2o 9hi; do. hnwooon, lo lid. Glove-fittiity cn'ools, e j e. , nrgoe variety of a bh y ulen, long cni hmo' o carrying e loaks, coninflz r i l . and iats, in oilk cahmor'o. P.n'h h, velvet, ntlin doe Lyone, nil sollihg ,t a third i.,adio( ' and Children's mnllinry' h;onnoto and hato from lo ll d; +r ally now an m icr.' nal~o, tmooed straw honnots and hast8rom la 9d. Mrs. P. ad. vioes o'y person who,'I " mo it once. for 1 the bet of the Iorgains aoe picked up. Sloh l ow ad ( o0( er1 l r adyit in i ') 0 oi, ha houghlt...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. FRIDAY, 7 P. M. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 March 1888
TflL1OAPHIO INT~LLI~~ENO~. (k'uoalI o'va ouaslr~plozqlcuaw)t, 8Y1)NECY, iilii ~IiH (n~lint fuitbalr 1iCIViaflruntl(III Olf hu~ pvrinaiior tllt wil hut u~LJy b~u IProJII1Ul~lun to I/ III1 baUlutalyUOI dnu(~arOUlH;. It in dauliulb to payg (ho Civil Hranlryn iwirtr Huulitv~ivn (itIlo 2(11 tiMarch,, A\ pul ulnitton giutl'itl tuoia~lna Iin ~Clrn1i1)1 T'oiq layJI 1~nj1ttitil rtIT~ M, bach lnit Mn.Kliu~~ioo annofl t~hin piuprititorn'uf thn Ilrgito nod Ani.J· trttloniciuii'r . DAviD T TucilneSy int by th «'eC t ouielnil 1303 blowi ie y rt(o v ^ia 3^ ,&lt;'tl i(liB A'nJI 3 '3 , hist UvrnI m I0 111 3j313nc01 btloy aroe- g3n3 t r fi t iViltki t) alys tln at, iallto3't i . s l. iy rubies atnoilig tt w . lnon , fti3 i th o d wistri.nt "vory likuly they exist thlruo. " 1 V t cannot ti I the difforole? " ,.,andI thl o ktnowledlg o0 T , hom much timw and trotb, hible by the blowpipe. \ ,' : A P.l , - tor, thbo g Cut Anllnr i.i i n the o that is equi I1' yper, and; amply rVfiart' no;t:, IoLo...
JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 March 1888
JA~MBER00. (nIto: oano ow c oltlivonNr, N 'i) '1io, musicial untortainOnlt forl the houlilt of thu Ohurlluh of Eogllld |loIj'ovuonllt 1?dtl, which was advortiood laut woul, took placo on Ml.odlcy evoniiig, whnc tli woeathor was just the thlug to iiclio]n puopl to go fl'ml hlonlou. I'hioro wi, cn'iosUqTouIILly I g~iOd alttndlnlldc, thllagh thu hInll nwa not qoite so fill s it oiught. hlvo boon 'iherro wae concidlurablo vrlity il thu jogrn'coint whloh wias nuStinoUd OntirOly by local Inintourl raihldint in luIuborno, Shell h]irbout;, end KtIIIIIIII '1'ie nudiJnoIU " I. ottkld ary, Xl)orilanculd mnore thlun the oaul aioouo? or gratillcntion dUrivlbhl f'oim those prfor'm oeaus, lid prioblably ?ollotle th ls o beooause thle thing weas over in good t.llnou-to wit, about i ?i itltor pest ton o'ulook. I wae toiablh to be thuere In/nult ; and oUaotqIIOitly o ot?nitorl uoiao the iootlfifaniu oue in dt(ul.ll Moreovoer, I wtlull't if 1 could: for if Ithait srt oTf It.lhig ic dilii " with condou...
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 March 1888
LOCAL AND DISTRICIT NEWS., IltilftC MATOII. Theo q rloerly prize stooihtr of the hifl As. sooinltion tak11u plnuo ot thie 18th? i prnioxoo NICW tItititDC. The nuw bridge over ]lotlighlton Crook, none Mossrs, \Vlleono & Co's lstor, will be comploeteodl ind open for tronfile oxt wcau k. I IlU'TflTIH FAOCI'OIY. Tondors for thle oruotiot o?l Iothe Gorringoatg dtnairy fotorV ario nvlited in ollr Iproesont iseUo, the 83rd Iproxito blotl? the limit of tiie tl.jiwed. TIto asninl mool 3 nt whioh the motalieors of thie WVosloyn llt a oli ill Ilnain will talkeo lbuve of Ihoh Ililnolters, the Reov. MOsHur'. (laUn. sotll ald Ilowts, is to talke plnoa ot \'Wedellsdany f)% olhin tlt:Xt aMUNXIIPAT, AIPAlIIH. Mundolltal sJonlldltlo oeln to ho in theo protn lontt hlire'seI vary titilcth the " order of the day." Followilg thu loead (of Sydiely, mutliapilities ill overy partt of the coltity appItte' tto itvelpp thtl sort of thtllg iln rapl)id .UaosioottO, "'The n:uni allpnl frauds at Bourht " b...
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 March 1888
Soc--I obseaorvoe tihat the oditor of'thoe TnB n. dent, in his liast issue of thalt journ'il. has so fair forgotten the courtesy duo to atn able cotemlpo 'rary, a?s to attempt by ilauendo to dispara'go the RtPoalT?I in the eyes of thoe. comniunity, by comparing his advertising shoeut to, the London 'iates, maid the Ilcionlrel to the Penny Poet. When correspondenc takes placs, on oitherllo local or gener'al matters, through the inedium of the publio ipress, I opine it should bo con ductod ill a spirit of fairleoss, and if either an? oditor orcorr?spolndent; gets k1oacked out in thei i',st round, heo should not show any malice or feool aggrieved at his antagonist's abler render inlg of thle matter, Blt it would seaom that iti. tlhis oase, "Oivis" spokreor wroto solijoh, truthll that the ire of your coutomplorary,. in conse quoence, became porfootly ludierous,, tuald, like Don Quixb?te, mrling frantioally to theio fray;. hIe assailed ovorything and ov.erybody who hadi htd anytlihing to...
THE CHINESE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 March 1888
THE CHINESE QUESTION. THi following is the protest which has been addressed by the Chinese Minister in Lon don to Lord Salisbury on the subject of the anti-Chinese legislation which has been adopted in various British colonies, " Ohinese Legation, Dec. 12, 1887. SLow ta Jen to Lord Salisbury, "My Lord,-The Ohihese Commissioners who recently. visited the 'Australian ;colo nies, for the purpose of inquiring into, the condition of the Ohineso subeots residing, in those parts of H. B, M.'s dominions, report that in eaoli of the colonies they visited? a poll tax of .10i i imposed on Chinese sub. jeots, from which the subjects of other Powers are exempt. I am also informed that at the present moment a hill which passed the Houo of Assembly of Tasmania in Sep tember last is under the consideration of the Legislative Council of that colony, having for its object tlh imposition of a similar tax on all Chinese subjects who may hereafter visit the island for the purpose of trade, - In my despa...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 March 1888
WE&IEYAN. Bcrvlceo will hon FOII'I1Uc tod (hoU ~i'oo0oyf1 n ChurIICh, on1 Sunlday ucxt, a~ Follown : 1Kirnlnn itt 11 n.mn-M~r. Cronhh. T((anan, it 7.30 p,.mn.-4100. . (3 ]. G1Iifioon.-ViiiOOoll Ocr Jiimhlnleornn nt ii nanm-flea. (1. 13. fIlaoonii.-FzitOxoll Sormon. ,Tunmohorno. lt 7.fl0 p,ni,-'tl.· 'V. Caininiarl. AltO 3'hiro at 2,330 pin11-Mi.r 00. (3noifnr1. Uonrlnlntig, it 11 i.iii.-MJr. 3'. tIoldit~l. (tmloreltJigItut lit 7.30) Thi,-1i. 51' ). FitIII1·Onn. lIinr niiid. itt 01 nitn-Mil . .1. idrlnll. - Ohloflhanrhour att .11 ia-Mr.P 00' Coelto, Rhltlelnanbor, at 7.310 pin.- Tlolno crven'c itt 3m~. Niihltr', Slldlolioi·i, on Smtitilty 2 no~t. at 2.33 piln., conducted hy Ilce. (.. 11. Ohioioii,-1'ire well Sermon.
BLOWING HIS OWN TRUMPET! TO THOSE WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 March 1888
BLOWING HISi.OWN i TPUMPfT ! ro THitOaHt ir[o.t I I'T MAY UONOI"ItN. HAv-I Io had tihe goodl fortunod to bcomo the pi'prietoIa ill thO blas.ess. o co(lioduoting this journll, n'llld |ntol\vwlhg fromel xlpueitotllou some. thig of how IlllttuO stitlid with regard to thu olroulttion of the two loudl piUpora, we lln nginto that roadoturs will ot ind faulit if wto should, for. our ow. stati ioatiol, uvun though it llmy lit ilnterost thmn, Usu RI inoh or two of its uapuoo forl the Iputrpolluo of ,ruforrilg to the abovto rib joot, sooiulig thalt the 1t'o1li'oitor of our coitainl I'lty alnt it~V bl does so in ally artiolo that hlite ' ite, oveidolliy wrtll thl qruotionlllhia o intellution of fur'thuring his ow antd dal.tiiginll It l itorosts. In yeStlr'dIy's " louIlor "(i altyooe is fooliush noough to bo "lod " by suot ofl?usions) he mtrolplhoiolrl ily, but bolubllastically, oma trtsr h thle airulltltlol If thu .ll.lreplendlit withi the Timei (ho dluos tiot any wl uttlhor it is thlie Mlltlo...
THE HESSIAN FLY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 March 1888
I .:RE I.ClB HPSSIAN FLY . " T'r Iinister for ~Iines has, for tlhe infor. mationi.of the farmers of New South WTales, directed the publication of a paniphlet con tainingi;tracts relating to the history of and the best known methodse to be adopted for the exterminatio.a of the HIessian fly,. This destructive insect, according to a New Zealand telegram which appeared in then IIJmfALr a few weeks ago, appears to beo causing much damage in the Wellington di?r rict. The extract matter is prefaced liy'a communication from Mr. Walter 8, 0amp. bell, who states that the fly 's exceedingly destructive to wheat, and mas recently been the cause of considerable consternation in England (where it appeared suddenly with in the last eiglteen months.) Having there caused considerable damage to the wheat crops, it has been tmhe subject of inves. tigation by commissioners specially ap pointed by the British Government. As the pest has appeared in sulni olent force to cause serious damage to crops in N...
DANCING. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 March 1888
p )AN 01 I.N G. I IAo; li1oll neokull whlllr I haIonrd Mr.l, Prioo's Hor'manL Ittll l h opl r (llul eltn l c'u oftdua€lity, ans dO livt'r1 hy 11hi 01! HNlu''ro , l h\lo rh 11 n11 w elhaV le ' haI r1I44 l wliat i1 writ(It1 conall4rnl ng it i ?on oII n 4II 4 14ow1? I ,p4.4\V11 e ll I d11 n41t heWa hi8 1man4 , whiohdll 1 i vn,1 o doubt wa1 woll walth hloi nglrl an I; 'lld ! haw ITkit roald the other rouglt?,. Frl n ,o i nH i to tideo I htive rnnd.,.i W 1( rt 1 o tll(llU4 l IIJLI I hrmv tl1 oli llO t I"8 1ve1 Ieov r ( ol l 0l I4comlll ( re4o1 lld o1 1 tO) 14 1 ItIerm llo ,lf t44 ilnill lnll4l.l' ro r 41n411 IIIIIHII I '(il4 1rl)ln I 4t o11 n14y t.il tHlll4hm4 I401 Ifly 4 1 ( t44L44 4f (I lylonllirn ll pr1 44hu1rl4 (4u1t4 444 4 1 1 1 tl,1 a d s 1 1o 4 thlil"?o h , w e p1111111 a11'4l , th4Iu ow l .r o1 4 IcthoUs llml4 wI hiIl for thlid I4441 j4iht L4 4 i l v I4 (t0 b 4I4t' IIIlplu ie tig 4ll 1i4rhHo I' h)lt l4 1 hl ll it a144 14 t 1 illa o :4ll(11.1114" 48,UI'U 8illlt4,. 1 1 4ill l4\1Irt...
THE LATE EMPEROR OF GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 March 1888
ME LATE UMmPO OF GrBaMANY. (From the Australian Independent.) Tuin peaceful death in the fulness of years and the plenitude of glorious renown of a monarch who quietly stepped into his in heritance of a kingly crown and decured by his prowess the imperial sceptre which his sullragan princes spontaneously placed in his hands, might form naturally one of the least exciting pages in national annals which it would he the duty of a sober historian to record. Yet, simple as the bald statement of these plain facts may appear on the sur face, it cannot be concealed that the political horizon of Europe is overclouded with a sombre mist at the changes that are now proceeding at the Court of Berlin, and at these evidences of internal unrest asto how far the possible change of rulers may in the near future affect the principle of German unification. The eagerness with which the latest bulletins from the bedchamber at St. Romo have been waited for and devoured for many weeks past, attests the in...