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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 March 1888

Slt,-I Ilotiooud somu tino sinon in lo th olut ontis of yolr valublo ?oulronal, a pripuoltlli, UiIIn ltillg frollm Ii vol'ry Ilibilu·spirited rosidolt of our towu, to.tho ollo thlt, ini viuw of thu dartth of lttl'notivo ovuoning nnuau nolnts ib. Kinnia, fur the youth nold gruwiog gonoration gnourally, ho would subsoribo i5 Lowltrds the forlming of a fuod, to dofray -thu elxpuiesos of. introduoilg ?id ounducting ii suricu of lutoulne, in1truotivo nld t1itisinog, or of amy othor al trl'lotivo oxhibItioIIs, suoh Is might tOlld to .thu lorlaln lld ilonloletuanl intiprovonullt of the yountg inu of ICinana nold vioulity ; lld I nuo sorry to say thalt up to th p11rouOli thue I'hitvo .lot saoo Ior huoi'd of llly reOs(pous, w/'llttun (or vurbal, to his uxcolllt doin tinuly Iprolisl. I tlhink itl is Ii filt Ipateotl t, ovory thiinkiug 1hind, Iliht thu thu has narrivud.whulu uvory adult Auetr1lin1 should be in ii pus1tiou.ilntul ]o0tutlly and unorally,'td ta)oho on auti'o port inh tho livlog i...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 March 1888

SWERiSLYAN. Pprvller will li ron?llileted in lth WoHleyian OChurch, on 4undlaly next, a folllow : LIininn, lit 11 n.11a.--llov. 1. Easrt. ilnmin. ni 7.! in l.-I-l, Ii. T1irt. .iiilronoi" ti It ll t.l.-Mr. IV. e ?onl. Thinl?nrlnn. nl 7i.1 p.ltl.--ml. 'I. T irl'll , Old 'linco i.t, 2.10 p.in.-[r. T. T. lill.ln. O.rinIroiiiTnII-, at It a.i.-Itev. 0. It. fll>«olli. Opirr hlronti, all, 7.80 p.M .-I-r. IV. W orlnfiirdl. Fnxrnrninil. I llI n.iil.--'M. I. 1, l'nmnfiOl. E' hittlllir orili it u llr n.yn.- tr. T). l'lliiyiim. Bhlillhllilrbo, nl 7.:30 p.in-llcev. I, RI, Oilaion.

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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KIAMA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 March 1888

IKIAMA 3OEOUGHI COUNCIL. 'l'Ti Cni:neil roatimnod It roCglar sorlo of fort tighltly inmotingseon O hlllrselny last, wholi n quorlton wa t'ormild abollt a qrtltor boftro 12 io''ooki, 'Thh monhoirs PironRittworo-tho Mayor, aindl A ldermuni Oilo, Rhal one, Rtlesoll nod Lnvo. 'This Iiltito of tile pluioti iou motlhig woro rfend, nd aorit rnied, niid thi orruispodtonoo was l n tnolket ITI lottumn o)th I luwaird and oIItward(l were IIiailorotei ut" for tho moat piat of a murely. rolttllino olharotor, od of lIttle gouorln inteorot, In tho outgoing pIortollln tho Colonial Seoeotary wan iformiiid that at thu recoet miitldpii l lonutio, 1o autitilltore haul Ibon clhosIIt in nonll q)iqu0enoU ofl' 0n informa ll.ty it the ilolnlnnlmoat, o r, , "'l'ory wa inll'ornod thnat a odrtnl fenoo which hleo hlndboon rnolt'ing wan o ln tI ostrornt, d riqutlltdoul to rt'tOu)vo it witlhii Ilrlty dlnyn, fallilntg whtl lognl proonod i tig wattll bi Inlto tk (tilhct loturs 'woro nil. dreasaod-(l1.), To thoe llul...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 March 1888

A Special Invitation, We especially invite a trial by all thoe. atif, ferors from Kidney and Liver onmplaint' wIuho have failed to obtain relief from olthor roemdies cnd from doctors. Nnlnre's gront remedy Dn, BETaI's nnIIus-linaH ffrcteid c'ros in nany nlialluateo ases. It nots at once oni tlho kidneys, liver andl bowels, cleinsing the systlem oE nil poiPocous hhmors, and rostoring a honlthyl cn. dition to thomn important organs. Do not bo discouraged, buil try il. be GRAT 'FUL WOMEN. None receive so muIl bi'olil, iand none are so profounlly grateful and slhow such ain in torest in recolnunolldilg Dr. So.ulo's American Hop Bitters as women, It is the only rcnlo:ly poonlimrlily adaptod to the ninny ills the sex iS lsinest universally sueject to. Chills and fever, indigestion am deranged liver, coistant or per ioiical sick hundaches, woakneiss in tle back or kidnoys, pain in tlio sholders and different parts of the body, a feeling of nasiitul anud dosponduncy, are all readily removed...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 March 1888

CONGREOAT'IONA.T ClU'IICT, GIt'Tl?l?OONO. ThI 1rv. . leighwly' conDluctIIR sorvices every Sunlldly as e , at .. ml . p.m.folne aerrdgoeg,? it? 11 an., nI~ 7.10 m~m.

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. STATION-MASTER'S RESIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 March 1888

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NE?WS. STATION-*M ARl t 8'.I' II lDENCiB. It appotons tlltt the erootion of thie Btlation mrator's roalidrlaco at tho tUrionrls It ]i'or'tr'a Ghrrdorn Boioah is still ill progressa, TIIC TIIAIN,. All adrirtisernlu tin o1nr pleolent issllo illforme theo publio of the culhaunllo tndoa in tho railway rranlrgerlllerts for Mlmulay nexct. S AN'I-*IIItIStIC MItICT' 0IINO. ( T)it:ToRdary Uvleling a great mlluting was hold i in la'.Town lhIll, Sydnoy, for thu pitrpol5e of urrgiirl?lio? oi tIa GovOrnlllont tIh oxtmlliolcy of taking vigolonl tILrrar'?os to reutllit thu ilrllix of Ulrhilrst illnligrnlts. Several ilnltiUntial spakU'rs adlrUhsnedi thu mneting, anlld strong rso lutiolina woir, Clrrir.rl. MUNICIAlaI ItICiT'ION. Tihe following is the result of eleolon for tihe Inrough of Sh iharirhour to lill thi Oxtra ordinary vanclly canued Ity tih ducaeuse of Ahlr. ran Will lamt James: Mr. Martin Oreagar--Shal l haribouol r5, Albiort Park 3i; total 89. Mr, JrtrIrrP "1last-Shlml...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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BRISBANE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 March 1888

3lnaon ,,, Tuesday,-A corresponde?it, writing to tl?he' o1,,. E. 3. Fori, o ht, from Goondi plantation, Johnstone lRivr under aI recont date, complains strongly of t'h~ amount.of drinking which goes on nmongst the lkanakas employed on tho plantations in that nolghbourhood, ITo has addressed a memorial to tho 0olonial Suoroltary on the suljeoCf, antd states that quite rocently a numbor of labourors on one plantation gave a kind of hanquet to thu ooloupred ema playcos on nnothydr, at whioh 180 bottles of grog were disposed of, and at l1nst f50 Ikanlans we~renteoroded hope!lesly drunk., Tim Govornor of WesterLn Australia has rre?oivedl a tolograim from thu :FTronoh Go. vlernment statin gthat a vessael had been sent to rosono 13 censtawys on theOlrocot Islands, The vessel on narivtng foundl that some sail. orajBl;nd landed tho~'o, but !oro?ding to the insoription, aftelur walting till their provliions wore consumd,!l !! t!hy lutormined toshift their quairtere to an island sonme distance...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 March 1888

11OM31' CATHnOTC. plilny ??tl--,ri itt 1I, 11 .111. 1 ltill.n. intimn (cvcilug) palsL 7. llcendictlon., [Thll' ellr Mreqaicia lit tlh vtrinil? eleflitnIn otf HI lallrlhf t In1tlllrntil nun?oincotentoit of felei-c (!H lti liteli fromn tlllio t imo in thelor olurclloh, wlholi tolteos 'l ll in till Snmonm be lIseorted Kgrllinll

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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SERVICE OF SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 March 1888

S?ERVIoX OF SON~T Tio literory auild mniuicl eonlrtlinminnt nadvor tiould iiin rocou iB?0 manlur the title of " Th'i Blahbu iii tho IBaikt, 01 Daph nld llor Cl hario," took plauo on 'Thurnidlay ivoning nt Itho 0, E. Soliooloom. Tho compositioti to which the turin " Sorvico of Song is, porhllp, somowhlat whimsionlly aipliod, oonsiata-nt luast in this instnico;--of a proso iiiiri'tive of length pur poaoly adlaptod to nil ovoning's oiitortaiinmiint, intora praod with lyrico, soultiinis como1, Bome timne soroious -ni thloi., lhynmii nld onlg, in foot -boneriln solumwhlat of the l liaio rclation to tlh story, ns tho ho lruses of thlo nciont Drama. Tho story in thle In'oent, instanoo s that of i fiithful aid piols nougro i u'edu in a \West Indhln1 islanid, whlio h to taiho ochargo of hlor minstor'a oihildron in -dillicull oouci'Oi stiilncet, and coindints thoin tlir'ougylh I varioty of idvUontur'O and dangors till thli narrtnivo nrrivea it ilnhppy terlin iiation, '; Dapli," as may ruadily...

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TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. London, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 March 1888

TELEGRAPHIO SUMMARY, (Fromn le ,Shlmey Pq?clr.) London, March 20. Mni. GosonoN, the Ohancellor of thle Ex. ohequer, made his finanoial statement in the House of Oommoni last night. The. facts disclosed showed a most satisfactory state of the finances. The revenue for the past year amounted to £89,580,000, and the expenses to £87,524,000, leaving a balance lof £2,165,000. This is thei largest surplus which has been realised since the year 1874. The estimated revenue for the coming year £89,287,000, and thie estimated ex penses amount to £85,910,000, showing, an estimated surplue of £2.377.000. The additional taxation proposed for the year will bo deiived flrom the followilng sources:- An incroase of tile succession duties and the tax on vehicles, a tax on race horses, pleasure horses, and horse dealers' liceunses, stamps on doeds:.and con tracts, taxes on fugitive securities, now companies, and now issue of shares, and a tax of five shillings a dozen on costly vwines imported in bott...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 March 1888

I)RT. JOHN .8. WyPILSO()N, M.R.O.S. ENa., L.RO.P.E., L,M. 1873, 'F.R.G.S. ENa., 187,5, &a., Into of ColliH-stireOt E1,nd ,relloournet ; aIrd Tonldon, SConsulting and Operating Surgeon, "BRIGHTON VILLA," KIAMA, (Opposite Catholie Chapel.) AT IToMIC Iyo0 CONSULTATOr N u Mornings, 9 till 2, Evenings, 6 till 8, THE REPOTER? AN ID ITJLAWARRA JOURNArL. PUBLIRI(EID FVERY WE\DNESDAY AND SATURDAY l I0INING., SATURDAY, BIARCII 31, 1888,. TWi 8ervants Was Wanted. 11fT S.giPnyrluiir Maid and fOnaeanl tHer vaJst ' 6iitlbidd 1n.t: iojouted to; unu t'lht alli 4. ? rna l w. 'L I;Yagva:r.' Timber ! : Timber ! J UST LA ?DaD ai lr orS lrlSl , 10000 feol ( +rau O , I It-.W17, ' .. (a . C , tunoi Gal.. lIon,. from, 5 to 10 febt lauit?llh. ':IIIGNITY t, M100)1 . 'Ti'utir Mlrurhanlt i& Bluilor, Kiaina. Borough of Kiama. Tm TNDIlRS will bu luoivnall by the Miyor Lunlil 11am, n Tl 'll UI~I),\Y, 12ti April, 1888, for thI graaing d ig&htI fuo 1'2 In)iI.tII, .l thl liadl luiocv as thu \...

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VALEDICTORY MEETING TO THE REVS. GLASSON & BOWES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 March 1888

VALEDICTORY MEETiING TO TUE REVS, ~GLASSON & BOWB ,. AolbnRALur to ndvertisemlno t this rnmoetibg wna hold in tihe onudltdriumn ofthe W\Veleyil Ohuroh, Kiriunn, 'onr Wednosdey orvening Isret, and, el. though not rnumorously nttunlded, owing to til?e complimoo.tary ouncort givoin to Miess H:lutlor ocourring on the amno evening, yet, among the arudiance, we Ilnotioed Illny f?eos fromrr Ja111 boron, Gorringong, ind other p)laoos ndjacnt to Kirierri tO, 1Ciltlllf,, The olhir was ocoupiod by Mr. \, OCcse, and theI spskeor of. the evening looluded the Rovs, Hoighwny, ant Prioo, and Ifossrse, OraIbb, Finlaysonr, and tho ohirrnin, T?ho iltre, (riesford, Dymool n .id Wilio'i soi?t written ,pologioes for uarvoidablo e abseone but, e-: ireosseod thol soolv entirely in syrmpathyi with the objootis of tlo mootinlg, andi wlshterd hirthl the reotiring olor'gyroen overy blossing ard sue oess in tlheoir now fields of labour,. The orgar.was pruesided o ver by Miis Kron. drll, whose ilhying ar...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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THE POSITION IN SAMOA. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 March 1888

THE POSITION INrsAT OA, (Frdm ~17 A'vbiffNedws.) Br each iail from Samoa we receive the repeated assurance that matters ari quliot in the group.. In a certain sense inquiry serves to shdw that the stateinent is a true one--but only in a sense that may be con* sidered almost peculiar to tlhe South Sea Islands, and chiefly to those subject either to France or Germany. Everything is quiet in Samoa now, in the sense that there is no fighting going on; but in a wider sense the truth is that nothing is quiet, nor is liklely to be so until matters are altered by a fur ther revolution. It is not yet many monthe since the German authorities thought it to their own advantage to upset the form of government which existed amongst the natives, to kidnap the head chief Malietoa, whom they had themselves recognised and treated with'as king, and to set up, at the point of the biyonet, another chief as king in his place. The process was violent, and on all grounds of public morality, it was without ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 March 1888

IT was remnarked in a recent article in these columns that thi questions connected with the immigration of the Chineos and the attempts of thi colonial governments to restrict it, might prove to be pregnant with political complications of an important bharacter in connection with the foreign policy of the empire. Even those who allow thlCiis'elvies~ ton'i'omihn in"dyI s creditaIhJc ior-. anco of all tichi subjects as past and current history and political geography, .while they pj!ehaps concur in the flippant complaints sometimes niado concerning British ignor. ance of colonial affairs, are in a general way aware that a quarrel' with the Muscovite empii'bis ono:of the contingencies constantly liforiin' witli a more or less ominious aspiot iii' li'nbar future, annd only staved off, as lppenrs, from ,day' to day, hy the efforts wvhili aro mado, and the combinations whioh aro: entered into' for that purpose by: th leading statesmen of Europe.". It is a matter of common 'linwledge, "als...

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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 March 1888

MlEETINGS TO BEHIELD; Prtostant. Allliatio Inoetr Apill it. nt.'80 I No' !'?' T,.O'.T,.,,m'"I -AnrHI '-!. Ill+ "/.?II. " No. 140. L.O.T., .weets April 2l, at 7"( I.m. on ~ , T emlT. ne, No, A , mn tpl 4.rit . 7, 71, N~i. Tlt, ~o.T... luortO April1 T1t.atT1.flf p.01. Tono of '1'oipoiolco, No, 27. mrtot Aplrl 4. it. 7.21).

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 March 1888

Business Directory. KIAMA. ARNOLD, MISSES, (E. &; A.) Drcrannlera e-lnninge itrent. APsuP,, Dr. WM., Phntyin na,: '6'e9geo .. MarketSquaro. .""O ATKINsON, .Ies.OS., B:der sq. - Cottage, Dido-stroo;'. ,dr A..YAZA, ALEX., Nighit?eiand Carter, Man n~ipteek.;-s 1B3RUOWN, FRANCES, Thinalil,, &r., 'errra. l"ong.street. BRIO'IN, GEO AGE, r er ¶l<e ral Agent, ielr + hongTi-rPlatre et. F'ir', Tbrriog-H. C-AMPBEL, ED,;fIlot and Slhoe Maker, -? Manning stroot:. , 'tOCKS, W., & CO., General Sordeeper?,i . Manning.strot,, L : -OLEMAN & LOCKII'TT,. ia|ml Mrtft J turri,,Terralhnlg -arect:.?<i , · ..: ; COLUBUS, H.t . Fish 'ratd i.te)c .al on, Manninglatreot; '00?1DEIlY, 4,H`oH' aeledPai , 1a eIcari-hunger, '. &o., Slhoniha:veon-slrdet. OlIN FOli), WA I:E 'IRSl o P Cecrantur, Terralong e1cot. -IOUSIN8 & SON, Bnoot t ce hod o lnuco -/ tuetor,, I<ilain a ,nd Gon: igong C-oOuK',:JOtil;" ;tI Doena L0,fong " tre t. + -: . ....

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 March 1888

PrI1ERBYTV'RTAN. RIvIrleR ll UIU rowlreftllld i( tllh Pr ~urfiorlin ChltIOI'ALl onl'Sutuld y next !y Iev. J. Wilsoz n follows I .f,,mheron. alf, 11 n.nll Kmlltini, It 2.:i p.in. li' ?lllo, aut 2.80 p.lll.

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 31 March 1888

RELIGIOUS. CITURCJTI OP ENOtLAD. Dlvinn Enrvln wlll ho noimlutele onl n|lllljqd no inl th.1 CI'urclh of ]In:lnuld C(irclhos by the eor. J. II. I'rhiwe nto follown: Chriot Cilreh, li?|ni. It I! n.an. .lrirt ChoirI,!. nt 7.1 p.l0. Cnrwlcy I rest. at 1.39 lu.l. Pt. O!eorge', Gerrlingong, lat 2.30 p.ln.-3fr. 11. O. Ren doll. O?iCvhYoo n.eiI in eoolldileld in the. OtnoPh of Enotrnnl ,Tni ulowio.{ ioll] Piollliroiohonr, Oll Snolloy) neoxt, by3 the lee.Y 1. Orlfonil, oln follnwi: Shellhlallrlbur.. nII 11 a1.in Jlbelllo, lOt 7,0 p.m.I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 4 April 1888

Health is Wealth.' It is worth rnnr, tlhan riches, for without ic richeos cannot he eijyel.d, How many lieuple are without liealth who nilut regain it by:. using Dii. DELL,'S tiurrrnS. It nctle Ulpon''tllh~ liver, bowels and kiilheys, cleansing and stllnm ulaling them tc a healahy action. It cures, all dlsordtrs of theseo imporlant norans, purifies.the blood, and promotes the ~oeonal health. Sold hy all druggists . Time is Money. Tiunu and uollley will be snvued hy keoping ,a lain.L's arrrl'cs ill the holuose. It is an invalualle remedy for all disirorders of lthe kid neyi , liver apdl boweol, alld for all diseases aritiilng froa oslstrlione of tliheso organs? It. Ilne cured linly u),elisiite chsu?il aftler hlulllrids of piolunlds haIl tineei paidll t' plisicinans witllout lthulllitiig solief. It cules constipation, piles, blliousnees, and all kiiodlod disorilers. lKeeup it by you. THiE GREATEST BLESSING. .A simplo, pure and hlinrlluse reiiiiliy, tlhat cores every tihoe, avid proven...

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THE INFLUX OF CHINESE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 4 April 1888

THE INIFLUX OF OHINESE, A rELEOr AM from Brisbalne to Friday's S. M. lERIALD says :--The6 text of thle Piclier's . intmornidum in reiply to the protest of tlhe Ohinese Ainliassador in London Ihas Iben pu!hlished. Sir Samuel GCrilith reviews ?t some' lbngth the miti Olirieue j'gislatibon passed in this colony. 'He soys " tile eifct lihasbeen that the nqniber of OChinese airiv. ing by sea lhaes lien each year somnowhalmt lis than the number di;parting, liut the iasy rmeans of transit by laiid Ibetwooii thei varitiius oolonies renders it impossible to pxerclise any offective control over migration across the border, and esd the laws of the otlier colonies? are less severely restrictive than, those of Queosland nund, as thoio'is no law restrict. .ing their inmmigration .into :the 1ortllei'n Territory, the daner of thie 'influx of Ohi. tii~e fi'omn the other colbnies, ttiractdd by the richl goldllelds of Queinslalnd, is bcomni ing very serious. :It has been proved.by cx. perienee that tl...

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