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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 March 1888
MISCELLANEOUS. Two thousand two hundred n?dn will talcke part in tho.VictoriarnEast(' onoamtiimoait. A rmnsic\su of a hilghly idnfactious oharac. tor has brolcn out among the ablbits in ithe Wtihiccpcar distriot, Now Zealand, and is proving very fatal. `Tflr '13iitishl' xpdlition. whioli ~ilashl . patchod to supplI'ss thio rising at. Sillkkim, has ?llcapt'red ct stolanld oli thu road to Lingtu, hold hy th6 Thihotan' troops. T?itc sotiloliunt of Myl.ngyn, i, Upper 3uriinici, has Iconc burnt to the ground. Fif; ta" n thou?hind .3urmineso ia boon i rndcred hiomeless hy,tlche dcstruation of theo townl, &lt;Triie Preinmo r-tiillnis the timo hasll ari ilied hen any mnmbnur of Patrliamnnt guilky of un attclk' of violntico should hi? o pu:lled, nilI r.icldored inoligibl for olecotion for so11o 'Ioat aftui'wcccdc l Mln Oiitac,as l-laN1 a well known Syd?noy a tist, hlis lstn aplioiitod as insltruotor to tho daughters of JfH11 .ho the Prince of Vales, i ?vwator coloui' painting andlsIl...
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. SERVICE OF SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 March 1888
LOCAL AND DI~TBIO~ NDWS I~V1UO O1~ $ONfl, ~Vo bog ~o dii~c~ o.Ituntlou ~o (1w tuli'ortlna. 11100 ounonuohlg ii' £ aotvfau u~ ~tiug tl( (ho OE, Sahoolroo:,1. -oii Thir~dny~ 2ULh Instnait (tomorrow). Wii bog to chlrpc( (ho ottoolino o~ our rondor8 to ho ndvortiouhgbnt nru6uuol ug o p1odo,~wItI 130(00 tttiil ioot.rIluIIIg, ati'l (~t laur pw to to (otto no' thu Jhuibuiro6 flo~.o Couirto o1 I~ootor uudny. ' .1. MN. CAMPIIELL'S VP?QTET. At a meeting of the committoo of the Broughton Creek A, and 11' Aseocintot, hehld on Friday aftelrnoon, it was decided to uphold the protest by Mr. A. OCampbelj aanninst the prizes being awarded to Messrs. M'Gregor and Bice for two.year.old Jersey heifers, on the ground that the exhibits, having lnid calves, were no longc:.lthifers, but c.,we. DEMISiE OF MiR. COUiRTN?Y.] Mr. James Courtney, ono ?f the o!qdest resI dents of tihe Shoalhaven district,'*ied at tihe residenco of one of his sons at Bt itsal Oreek on ;Wednesday morning last, efM.oprt ill. neass. ...
THE CAVALRY AND THE EASTER MANŒUVRES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 March 1888
THE: OAVALEY AND THE EASTER MAN(EUVRES, Tse program meo of wolk for the fidl' forces at this years Easter. training may be wel; corned with sincere pleasure by all who want to soe practical education take tho place of useless drill and meaningless forms, For years past it has been the fault of our sys. tern of instruction that it wasted time and energy in learning many things that there was know need for knowing ; on the other hand, it failed to teach many things that the force ought to know, Now, we arc going to have something like training under proper conditions; that is, that the force will he exercised in the work it would have to do in actual war service, on the very ground it would have to occupy in so doing it, and it is to be hoped that the manner of these ex ercises will be that keen supposition of the conditions of war which alone can. vitalise peace training. But there appears to be an' inrougruous omission-namely, that no pro vision is niado for the employment of cavalr...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 March 1888
ORICKET. On Saturday the rotnrn.mlntch with Albion.Parlc was played oh thi Ohuruh Paint, andl added one nioroi toh rsorIs ot successeso obtained by the Kimn inon this season. The latter iro now in oxcellent'forln and fttle, and nmay hbo expooted to give a good naoount of tholemsoelve's in the ap. proanuhinu mntch against the Prince Alfrod lulti, of Sydney, which in to comeoff Ol ?.Sattr. day next, in Kitna. The honour .of meeting the motropolitan pisyors; however, is, we uundor. stand, to.q ehared' with.the Wollongoong thon, and pose bly others who mtybo availhtble for matcing up the bestponsalsblo ooal tonm on thb oooansinctl, Fallowilttg'are the icoroes of the tnatdh played on Saturday .KIAMnA. 0. Teorrey, run out.... ....... 6 Jarvioc; a .. ;.....,.. . ... .. . . 5 aRyssell, b,........ .. ....... ..2;.. ..... 20 M oion , b .................. .......... 6 Klngeba.;;., 0.l... M arks, b r.. ....... .. ... ...... 0 Delt, b . ..... ......... ... . 25 Softon, 1...............i............
THE MANNER OF GORDON'S DEATH. (AS TOLD BY ONE OF HIS ATTENDANTS.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 March 1888
THE MANNER OF GORDON'S DEATH, (As TOL) DPY ONE O m11s ATTENDANTS.) IN a recent tolegram from London one reads that a letter from the sister of the late Gen eral Gordon written to the Queen has been published. The letter deplores the stain loft upon England by General Gordon's cruel fate. One of the four faithful sergeant orderlies of General Gordon lihas lately given tihe description of Gordeon's death to his ne-o. phew, Lieutenant Gordon. " When Gordon heard the rebels in the town Ihe said, ' It is all finished---to-day Gordon will be killed,'" and went down stairs, followed by the four sergeants, wl6o took their rifles with them, HI took a chair and sat lown on the right of the palace door, the four sergeants stand. ing on his loft. All at once a Sheik galloped up with somen Bazaree Arabs. The ser geants were on the point of firing, when Gordon, seizing one of their rifles, said, "No need of rifles to-day; Gordon is to be killed." SThe Sheik told Gordon that hie had been or. dared...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 March 1888
D)R. JOHN S. WILSON, -..,R..S.. Eva., L.R O.P.E., L.M. 1873,? Lato of Collins-street ?ot NatMelbourne; and London, Conmulting and Operating Surgeon, ".BRIGHTON VILLA," KIAMA. S(Opposite Catholio Chapel.) AT Io?0E FORt ONsuTArTO?: 1o6rnings, 9 till 2. Evonings, . till 8. 'THE REPORATERI AND ILLAWARRA JOURNfAL. -'5--.. P*UBLIISHED EVERY WEDNiESDAY AND SATURDAY; MORNING. S WEDNESDAY, MAROIt 28, 1888.
SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 March 1888
3NIALL DIBTS COURT. F.' Polloy v. Win, Floining,-Datmago to horoo iy nrgligo.t driving-£10; ' Mr1, Aa.n forn lniutiff,. Theo ,,aic In thins instance was founded on the alleoged fut that dn tho 5th iJan, last, noas plaintiff ,0wa npproichling KInina on horsoback throtgh the outing on Pike's 11111, dalofindat?tit, who was driving a onrt: In the opposite dil'otilan, ntil taking no oearn to coop on hiIs proper,oiido.fo-tho road, struck pinintiff?a horse o n the log with thoi box ot his whool, and injutrnud thu anlimnl to stucht an extont.thatit had over ninon booenttoloo and pl tititlf, wh w roslded in. yydnoy, had booi hl ged to lonvo the'horus in Ktamna, Altor tho. coll?ion, ho, nhoutod two or three thnos to do. fundant to atop and lgive' htn his namin, till aoo MnoatIthy,,who was, coining along,. portendied hin tto dou,. Diifoidaiitlt hadruL'taid.t ,o settlu th in mutter, thongh the opportunity had hean afforded hum. The horse had cost plaintiff £-9 10o, arid, lating the hurt, he wou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 March 1888
Woman's. Suff ring and Relief. 'lhoselC uin i ri tlIr(501 11 ten 10tinn1, comisig you to feel se?arcely nblo, to be- on. your feet : thni constantlvruin that io thakilig "from your ylstern all its former clnetiu it ¶j?Ainlug tlho bloom from your ehrekli; th tC;a?t.h -ain upon your 0tll 0 frorces, rentli? "irrilbleo liI n rettlful, can easily be ',e1noc +y Iho ie., of thnat marvelloun remedy, Dth iiT 'c Ameldica? hlp itllers., Irr.ularllion, J ubtrucliunth of your I)ysteirn Ire relievemd fnlCoceo while the epeial 00n0e0 of periodicalr niu?,tef rmal.p'nen y rIluoved, None receoiSo t1licll, benefit, a111111 none are so profounivly. grateful, .and shot÷4 msuch n interest in reeoiltuiidlgie; p litters 1IS Weili1ti. A Postal Oat& tory I was atffected witl? kill Oil1 uri0 ry Troible For twelv years I Ater tryigt nil thea doctors n. o.l-?tst rNilr ities I could hear of, I Ilsed t1b b ttlio'o Dr. ~Sumle's Aerimnn Ilonp llitiers, . And I a111 perfectly cured. I kerplit - " All the the...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 March 1888
THiE Right Hionh. JostiPs OAMBtirEltNAN, wiho, ..like his fellow member for Birmin haim, Mr. SBna?ni, bears: thatl prefix to his name as a Smember of.thlPrivy Council in consequence :of his having hold cabinet oficle, has, it ap. pears, declined thi honour of a--bfl'biflto., or hereditary knighthood, which was ofleird .Ilini on account of hli recent sorvices in con0 nexion with the negotiations regarding the Fisheries dispute between Oanadar and the United States. In this respeot Mr. OIIAM -nEaRLAIN is of the same mind with lWILLIA PITT, (the.younger,) and inanyother eminnnt Scommonors, who havoe preferred to have no Shandles prefixed to their names, and -to use .no othler titles than suchl as fall to them in I,:.tho oirdinary current of social intorcourso. ,iIn this matter Mr. OIAaBntliAINl is likewise ' 'at ne 'l itl his formeili colleague, Mr.,OGil. ; STON, though of a diflerent inind from thie 'Sir JoniN and Sir I-IrNIIm of this colony. SWhen it was known that Mr. OlnAnnlurLAIN ...
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 March 1888
-MEETING STO BE HELD. rPmfotait. Allianen meotq Mnllch 28, al7.30. No. li. i,O.L., nmetlt April 24, att 7.30. No. 77, L.O.T.. moots April 25. at, 7 p.n. No. 11I. L.O.., motln ALt il !A1. it 71.'1. No. 140, L.O.T., micts April 1(1, lit 7.30 v.m. Bon« of Tompeior, No. 27, nr!ta April 4, at 7,.10.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 March 1888
B."n , brectory. R I\' T I) 11ýI I; iý~; 1 "s i ,D re osrn akor r A 811 I,, DRt \IVM. l'b-ý w~inio JSurge.6o, IN l.MT, Iid tll (P ý (1 MPIEf., El) ",', tllh &e. Slie Mri Mannigatroat .. f'l ULLS, ' 051i ,Fr~rnl. Stoirekeepera, ' k ,.atrno 11.01 &ri Tut PIý a .lnlI .ýol 10(4 lugat A\P3EL Ifooon)2Iot i Pii]' Q Sho akger, C .,bhallllgatron lr3 e 4 Toraliolioot. (J tLl 01,, 6"k Cordialt~i M(tufa lJ lrr;T laiII' 43' ll . ao F'LUYCIIA:f. 1,,j~ IloM ShOutr & Gonoral DLaora t, jan airal.- & E3t ' 3ngo 'lil "'d tUlore tainln io, (..ann lng..ahit VANS1T, ['11ELh], Stam Paleat 100i, 'clakr-. 11llh3S, OIINt l;IIo, e. Chemist & Gieneral, D .. lh otiigj 'ii trelngel. et OLDENII niH6s, j,,(r. & 14. Fj`iimlly Botehora H u 1' i'errale(nig.allroet. ýJJ &I 'i'DkS.hroworau anuilý Cordalnti stree ,ptenn-tal 1IUS''VICK, OIAUSIILE; S, Buit l &duera LL trMand nditiig-Bl`1tnioal. 'o VANESDD, LhvoiP' Stnlal, Macket-square.'er `fA'ENDALL:IW.J., (...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 March 1888
RELIGIOU1 S. S CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Oond Friday moruing at 11; evening, nt 7,30,-Rov. J T, Price. Divine Reemieo will l) conleunteL on Suiielduy next In IIth, Pll:re)i of Eingland Clurclhes by the Ilev. J. 1t. Price, nm follows: C(hrist nlntrol. iKlamn, nt 1 i.in,. (lh r't. C i3irll I. lit, 7.3'q 11.111 CtitWivy Forest, lit 2.30 pai.n. St. Ocorge's, enrlingonge, nt 2.30 p.m.-m-r.,.nl. 0. Ion dlll. Servierr will n rionwIlel?il ii MIl Ciuirli o"r Rigbnind Tl>lbeso. nad Slilllarbuuir. on Silnday inext by' the RIev. E, rrlfolld, an follows: . Pheldllloirnlr, It, 11 an. i. Janibero, at 7.80 p.n.
THE EASTER ENCAMPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 March 1888
THE E-ASTBER EICAMPMENT,' I (From the Evening News'.): '. ON Friday (yesterday) the annual encamp inent of the volunteer forces commenced, and will extend to tlio 7th proximo inclusive. An unwonted change has- heoon made this tume, tho forces being divided between two encamnpments--one at fPaddington Rille Range and tho Agricultural Society's ground, the other at Middle Head. The decision of the authorities in such selection of sites has been commented upon, and arguments for and against have been adduced. One ground for alteration has been the fact that the more central positions now to be occupied will in. volve a far smaller expenditurr than would lie necessary if mioro distant places were uti. lised. ' But a far more important argument is, that the forces will execute their manmu. vres and duties in the area which would Snecessarily be occupied and traversed ly th6eiiin the event of any hostile domongtra. tion by other powers against our metropolis. -To'this end Paddington Range...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 March 1888
WOOD'S BUILDINGS, TERRALONG STREET. NEW STOCK -OF- IBOO 9n SHOES! VERY CHEAP I Please Note the following List. :-- MIEN'S Plain 10.S. 1e~i9t n lgfitting, wiln hirn arrro)?."?et' ~i' Gd per.prir. MEN'S Lace l3od ts!' ( K riiiiwa) ,tl I; 12s'w I'. pir pair . . Splendid lht ofeWOMENS' bbS. Laonlher Boots, lifade with a vliw to stylo as woll is ivaat only 7. Gd peropaii . OIIILDIJIEN'SLai:P in E.s. and Enimol Lunather Boots froni ow a 91 per pil. Thelso are a nilco k'OUT' "S' ES. and Lace, wilth hooks, mnade stronig and ,cien, ?:?.:t A very lalrgun tcok of WVOMENS', MAIDS', ntd UIllbDliEN'S' high Laeo Bools; the Minlds nid lChildren's esitblIo for School Bloots. All tlmo lines inamend are ordered dirootl fromr o m tenaker and the phlblo will have lthe spolal advantnge of getting all excellent anticloat the lowst possible . I price. . ' , T O:r".E'+ " " " 1? E . BI JI AY E S, RiverinePateni Roller Flouir 1ils, Wagga Wa gga. The ?CGEAM of SNOW" Patent Roller Flour is sol on its OWN MERITS...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 March 1888
COOREBPO. NDn iyOB. '*'. [I'r |t ) to tutloMt'stosi ttint wo hit toaroly itoti" to ooriit'oiti-' iotl t thlu lopllirtlttll y ol' .i.ittII.lsil htII ' t ,iu ' i ut phitiuliH (IIL u itllhlcl uf u l ll|lSiu I Ltlt i lrut i lht, WeI w rU IL i lu wayi idellt14 tuia. with tliuisu oilnulla.8.] TO TiMl 81To0.1 ;1 . s t,-4,lI n alit t h to ltundolrst?nd whatl thl editor.Q',ni=*. -tfi o..11 ,;:y.idR;rll titn aU 11 diliVtea tle grounter Ii'lt of lNieltfloa?or ttOtr itoniilt g to a1 pi'ra"gvaph sont hy too to tlh Stlldtic Maltil Inst. woulk, n111 cluhA?rgu. ? in with initil I to inallio tCho ,'ionivor ButtUr Fi'acotory int my list uf such istitittions itn this distriot. If ho will road tite piinli'arliia ngliin ho will seU thalt lht fillowi.itt f'fctori'Us a lrU IIntIed, land ill this 'order :- "Alblion l'Phir, 'WondiHtoklIt Wlutlghlpt, Ioivcrsda' Iind (illeClgt." I If tile Pioniour Dairy Fuetlury is not At Rivor'sdalo, thtli I dti not know whiuro it is. Thlo oditor o4f tile Jitlepndlcnt, is vu...
JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 March 1888
. JAB·E·OO;,. (#nto r OWNcrlow Rit S ;sef! o ) I l141 not latlo'y liniad 1ei i l rtia cotiiiml 'atia(to evury ..isl~uo 'i!'lo::i.';i it.i ? . NAL?; aiti wtlt. litvo Ltodi ' y llt'w i tinOlt'li l lmost airoible dticsriptib.I T tti.J)'i.)li? trfi, ol horeo-tlhe matianlili fablic'I I".ilar.--atli'lj' V w.P ono of Itie hibl ilkild i ai.ld .iii :(;'ilt Jili~Mvi of ils kinld in tli. tlitt( i&lt;f'l,/i . f 'or 1 'Min tileo past been sllowiing signs of- ;dtiitl'lluti% - . t is liitill of whatt is c'alled, I I lipvro', "Il! orid rnlble," nIlt of the dinliy.biltn1 l'Itwli coli or of tioe altol il.tlie Kinllll 1 oithool, bil of n ight alid clean app)iearanlc ; a?n, nll Mr i. Ji. tilt liH Was tllu rclll.iit.rctot it g? us willlh itoll il tii l 'r y ing thlat 'lio worik"'a as of thijli?sti liwtiol rI it ihal coi??lf to piai tflit: tlo wlUii.l uu f it~.i; g"lblo, tog6ithurl withcei.ortii potlimi ,t?'"i I 'lt .iti wall, tare p)itrliltg -i roI i'lthl r1ta0 lilV , i' f lii'. l)ll!lllli ; ail...
COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 March 1888
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