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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. FRIDAY, 7 P. M. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 April 1888
TELEGRAPwHIO INTELLIGONCE , SYDŽNEY, S i P LIIPOKV OnUiinpf 1ie1,hy Mi' Ur. o usr0 y M L r Wvng ·iN tb mos r i?Ini;in, n ,1 , on . 18 IIr o Ihlrco od,i ,! plyl , r 9llA . I o K r, I tI .l; uibl0 I h ,in 11 In boor V.r ' i nIL NIc o, niid 1]6imp (tIr.( ;a.l;, Iovo tI( oyvlnii to:byoli the nor l izn t Ha ri n. , Mlr. bibi 10 In Pm hingi llquid P OI bI3' ot ,ubhiOn L by I hb A notl Inn No tie?,' As?d ?rbolon. br Honb Saln lpiiib,*p goiI(oineralbu W von ;byub. t)oy iiouxt I.onibh o rosuIi iblie o111kbl1 ift1i n in hum (I 'vi'rniniwn ? lionl i poo -ling w.ith i. iPtilbii W\'or l i Hii ii cll ii lnont in, t in \\'mtlOlInl y nox,' liotlvion i a.O00 oIii b O0 uhonni vioo n tro in bui n p'In Inbmhe nuiocul .AnitOi ? D iai unt NI I lloInI ono ih ib UIi. 'I'wo lamaturesA or ''Pthe NonPi nIh \\Viton CoiLrt 1..II ' e Ihi er liolilr I l?O oi olt' I uy ' l, r the 1 l i i. LiT ' o f fIu0r, n o Li r ubn l n lid ; to n ti)n of thu J~oiiini unvuo. THu KillnorO correspondelnt of the Melbourll: je state...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 April 1888
READ. READ! READ ! Wonderful and Glorious News for all! -- -I A GRAND OPPORTUNITY For everyone to make money. YOUNG & OLD, RICH & POOR, Can now Save Mloney by coming to GREAT CHEAP SALE & FANCY FAIR :lrs. P. is now selling all her Fresh and .B3eautiful Summnner Stock at a THIIRD less than cost plrice, in order to meet the dullness of t~he times. Goods that have cost her a Guinea are now sacrificed at 7s. Ladies' and Children's Str'awO Hats which cost 1s each wcholesale, now selling for 4d each at MRS. PO'WEIER'S GREAT CHEAP SAL1 & FANCY FAIR. "LIST OFL P1RICES: L lle (1' I il IOuihuntino I l o,[ Ido, Nigh ],lt Dr)iOM oM, 2' th?i o r i l, ov fllinit ciuHelIsI , ( iiiHc iu( , Iolg n A . OJ,. A in i v tr y of 1n 1y IIIM(',I longi OnHhIinCro c )nrrylIlg ololllH, 'om inancing at (is Ilh Infants' h?da. nIn hats, (n ?li unshinrel o, Plluh, valvet, ent[( do Iyo nil o loing ot n IIhul uido r coMI prln, Jniitv' IIIII UiilIuII'ti ullhIOry pOI nnu t n(I hat0 trol...
COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 April 1888
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THE TOUR OF THE MINISTER FOR WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 April 1888
THE TOUR OF THE MLINISTER FOR WORKS. Timi result of MIr, Sutherland's visit to the iitcrior (says the HIanen) may be best stated in his own langiiago, HIe salys:-i "The whole thing " (thereby meaning the p 'enjnt system of railway. management) "must be altered." lHe is furtlher of opinion that " the waste of money that is going on at Goulburn and other places is enormous." In justice to the Minister it should bestated that he knew all about the way in which tlio railways were being wo! ked, and was aiso0 warei thatlltheri. was inlsmpaingemoet in the department some time before he de. cided to visit the interior. Knowing whllat ht did, and finding that the evils coiniplained of were not likcelytobe hjssened unless some enlergetic steps wore takei, he deterined to inspct', all tihe different railway contres, and see and judge for himself.,what was adtually being done, iHe also decided to tmkn the evidence of all :persons who were in, any way imlterested in railway reform or otherwise,...
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 April 1888
AUSTRALIAN 1NATIVES' ASBOOIA TION. TE,; following ic an abridged report of What seems to hhve been a somowlhat rambling speech delivered bly Mr. J. P'urves at tho meeting of the Australian Natives' Associa tion the other evening :-He had to bring under their notice and urge them to join and promote the fortunes of what he thought was one of the noblest and grandest associa Lions Australia had yet, seen. TI.:e mcm bars of the associatioq were not bccessarily moinherse of the hlarned professions, or people with ample means, but men who earned their living by their own personal toil; and there were working men associated with him in the work of the institution whom he was proud.to call his friends' TheIy were not a political association and not sectarian-(loud applause)--and they were not a secret society. (Hear, hear.) They had been told tlhat they were rebels, whd would cut the painter and sever connec. tion with the old country. IThey were told that they . were Itmporialists who wii...
GERRINGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 April 1888
GERRINGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THElr regular tneeting of this Councirtook place on Monday last, aiid there were present -the Mayo,?'dild Aldormen Hindmarsh, Lee, Noble, A. WVilson, and Sparpo,. 'Minutos of proevius meeting aewro read and confirmed, .. ;. connaSr1'oWbacE. The ClOerkread copies of letters addressed to (1.) Mr. E, Shanokle; (2.) The Postmaster. General; (3.) Mr. Larkin; (4.) The Milister for Works; (5.) A. Cameron, M.P. "' The incominlg communicatisns were from (1,) Mr. John Wilson, resigning his iposition as alderman, on necoaunt of iTes removal from the diritriot. (2.) The Postmaster-GOeleral, stnting that the Department never ontensphated liavning the business of the oflice: carried on in the rbom' selocted by tlihe postmaster at Cerringnog, 1-.,t in the lirgoeone especially chosen for the pur pIosi!dugin tho postal-inspector's tecent vilit to the locality, and that the postnmaster lhas accerdingly been directed to tralsfer.tliohe oflice to that room ; (3.)'The Under...
KIAMA AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 April 1888
EIA2MA AGtRIULTUIAL ASbOOIA TION, ... T'rK roAnilt of theo hbll otl'or' tho tow ontinnlitoo or' tl uA. & [H Aenoolntlol vwlin n uInt?er, NNilo toonll, eomliteonon wewore rul.lir6d. niid tl)oro woeut\v wity oforiiudlntore: A, Omn rolboll;.:.... .. ..... ;..... ;;;, ).i..... 7. ' '*D, Li ] younok .......... .... ....i... . 11,,;," 0f JoTh L, vo .... . ......... 150. *Thoijuii lia row i..............;152 Ja, lSh rpo ...... .......... ......... .... 1 1 .1, T, COle., .....: g:.. ... 150 M N. lIindmar?h .................... 150 ]RlT ort M illori...... .....,, . ......... 1,,IlI,0 l. So lnervillo ,1.47,, :. ... ,. ,.,, ,..., 147 June, Souorvillo.. ................... .... 145 WVin, Oroy ....1 ... ......... ... ... .. ... 144 Amubrose Out rtle,........ ...,,.,. 112.;. 142 ,Tihou, Love,,, .......;..................... 1J7 ' Thon. Fredorloks .,.,;,,, . , ...... , ; uj r Ji,"]tabb ..; .......... .......? ? . ...; .FL t..;.i , t181 " 11, Frederle i . 181. d . 0.' DIu . .tr .... .12...)...
Kiama Park. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 April 1888
Xiama Park. Thle Doepartmont of Mines;, which may bo alid tn taklte oluchargo of theo mlinoralfiies of tho Lands ministry, hla initilateld' -prooooding, whioch, to the nakeod eye, nplear Iahnoot as?nu ndcouiltaliloe s anllythilg tho.ralilway alithoititioes haveo lateolydone, U dor pietllo'oof iretiiiniu thlie lannd for n publio PIark, ns wo understalld, theoy havo opendd a correspondoenoo with tho owners of cortaini llotmonts o'i'tho north-west sido ofBarroiul-stroot, . This streot, which at irOsent forms part of the open space omniianuly nowti as Ohurch Point, it is nlipnparitly. pro. posed to lose, that Is to absorb, togotlher with the sea-ward extrolemitios of Torrahlltig nlid Bng11 Bong-stroots, and to add to tliohe aroea thushob talined that of the privato l prolportius whliuh, as anbnvo : montioned, .. theo Minis tor for Mitnos tillksof roshming. Thlo tinu itton 'hin i' a qunpstionuhlo appearunllc,~ n nd tile ownors of the nllotments are niot heot pleasodlwith the propoDed ros...
The Enoampment. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 April 1888
The Eno~mpmont. ,We iprint a portion of tile order issued by G?olorel Richardson on thie broeling up of the Easter camp. .It is gratifying to believe tlhat ,a orosi!lts dftheo training have boon e4 satlafio. tory :-" The forces are to be cngraltnla tod onl the uo'ndoubted anonse of thin the toenth peridl of continuous trailning; also tlht they nhave practically demonstrntod their olaii to he re gerdod no a military brldy, and one whloh well opayas the exponeaoe, care, andt enoouragement hoatnwod ulpon it. The hlnjor-Gonoral, whilst on thi seuljoet, is countrajineod to remnark that in no hotter wny could the interest of the forces ie fur'ther served than by the adoption of a fixod military policy, together wilth n change in the nadmulistratlon genoalnlly, andr sdOlnUwht on those orthodox and npproved principlee. ,which, With Enropeonn nrmlies, nro the ontcenmn of con tnries of proatical experience, and thloreofore the frost canlcnlatcd to soouro effioionoy in tIhe finola., it is.Lto ...
The Champion Batsman. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 April 1888
. G.TheChampion 3atsman..: .. W, G.~ Graceo.hns bheenI the wonder.of the crickoet World fronm 1804 to 1887, ioclusivo ; and durinlg tlbse stwenty-four seasons he ha playod in first-class matches 721 comnpleteod innings and scored 32,184 ruIans, averaging noearly 45 runs each inningsa, He has, made. 100 runs and upward in an innings no fewer than 135 timnes, boiiing not out in twotty-flve of those innihgs. His highest scores are: 410, 344, 318,; 208, 201, 250, 224, 2921, 217, 214, 210, 191)7, 100, 102, 180, 183, 182, 181, 180, 170, 178, 177, 177, 174, 172, 172, 170, and 170. His'400 not out was ttnde againtl twenty-two It': ti he field, and inocluded four O's, twotty-one 4's, six 3's, lifl.eoigh1t 2's, and,158 stngles; thie last itemo proving thnt tihe bowling was not so voery weak. 'This score hI?as only beeoon exceedtd fourititnes, snd then in Inintr mattolcs, with only oloven in the field. W. G, Grace was born on July 18, 1818, noar Bristol, Einghlind, ind lhas b~yl playitg it fir...
To Correspondents and Contributors. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 April 1888
TEo dorzpaf ndeipts andu Oo tors. WE must poini out to all who fa ' our us with [RRESPo)N)ENCE or CoNrTrnutI UoT S intended for pub lication that, for very obvious reasons, we must adhere:to tie in.irriable rule that all su4o combmunications must be accompatnied. by tle Name and Adddess of thi.e wrriito, nofor pub lication, unless desit , but as a guauantee bf good faui\ We shall refuse insertion 0o 14 communica tions likelytLo lI oiFeirhsive or to give puam to private indviduals, and shlialihldobuiselves at lilbrty to ex cise: objectionailile passages from coitributlbns or letters
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 April 1888
. !NERLCBYAN. j Servlces will be condlcted In thlo LVWeAlcn Church, on Sunday next, as follow : Tlfinm, nt l1 oln.--Rncv.', . 1. OPI oe. Ieinnn, nt 7 p.mn.-ncr., lr. hneriirl,' ,ramhlireoo, it it n.m.--r. 1). Iinlhye'nn.. ,Tenlrrno, nt 7 p.m.-Mr. .. (nlhan,.n Old IPlneo at. 2.iO p.in.-Mr. 1). Finlyvion, SOmitannioi, at 11 n.m,--lev. '5r. 1i1nlilng. (lrr'ligonir, at 7 p.n.--Mr. "W. C)lnfoll.: ,Fnir?oiiiIl, ol 2.30 p.lml--T? . AMr.. Tlirnllg. helhHliolnantr nt 11 n.m.-Mr. .T. irn'1inm. Bhellhlrbour, nt 7 p.ni.--lv..W. II, Oeorgc.
Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 April 1888
Annual Meeting. Te nnnllal minooting of the Kilnma A. &I HI; Assocition took plnce lnest ovonillg t the Coullncil Ohnmber. The nttenoridnce wns small, the only nmemnbers present being the president end MoIers. LM.I N. Hlindmnrsh nld Ourtie. As no nlotico of proposod alteretions in the rloes had Ioen given, the business of the evening wnes ,merely formal. 'The lirt .f enndelatoe rotnr'ned for tihe now comrnitoo, ns npecrtninedo hiy tihe previous dRy's sorultiny was ronl, nas wns also tide tron?urore's statulomniO, whioch showedae debit banlnce of £1063. Afrter some romnarke y tIhe p recilent on the positioil of the saoioly gonorally, the nmeeting torminateld.
A REMARKABLE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 April 1888
A REMtARKABLE. CASE. UNnnn the above healding the Donecaslfer Re porler of July 'th, 1887, publishes the following in its editorinl columns : SOur rendors Imny rooeall the circumstanilce of n young clerk, nanmed Arthur Richold, falling in osensible on the Wheallely Leno in this town solelo time ago, and being picksd up, as lie continueod polfetly helpless, ald tiiken n a cab 1y two gontleomnon to the oice of F.,W\V. Fisher, Esq., the solicitor who oeinployod hlimn. On re storing him to conscioniness it was itscrtnined thleat lie was afflicted willh what soeenied to bie an incurable disones. Wli'n lheo ias.nelo to spoank he ?did Ie hlndl been to hiisdinaoer nld ws oni his way bacek to his workl ,when auddenlyl;is hlead was in a whirl and hle fell'.in the street liks.i'lnan.wolb is.knocele:dowil. One comiig 'T'lis soliso's in tlheoliloitotr's ollice 'lle thought whbt-thiamtnight niea;- and fenre'dlie .iasvgnoiilg to h'vo a flttnf illmlss, which wv.'ill:hlcnow isle very dreaildfl thiin...
Buggy Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 April 1888
Buggy Acoident . .. Two daughters of Alderman Armstrong, of Wollongong, were violently thrown out ofitheir buggy a few evenings ago, through the horse running away, and the vehicle' coming in colli sion with a fence, capsized, and both ladies wore severely injured, one having a narrow os-= capo of having her neck broken. So badly in jared is she, that she has not boon able to move, and it will be some considerable time bofooe she is suffitiently recovered to return homo; she having been removed to tho residence of her brother after the accident. Her older sister was out and bruised very badly, but not dan gorously.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 April 1888
F1(w people n?o awaro of thile nltrning provnlonce of ldnloey nod Liver i)ooner ieapclolli aofn tho thoo HO' hloyo (1ttl it befor 1llno piot nlddleto ,O It 1 lo0 a lnrtdaon 0 .oo anllithlorit' tn folly onn-uthlf tho lents ol this country 00 oltTior 'lltlyr r or inodlootly thil lmult of Ilidel' or Liveur dlorono o0 0IO sot,). A lroot nlorrlinty of 1to1l n1rbvo 40 ro l(r of Igo nnr llllutnod wittlhnono nrl of arfootlonuof th KidoyC orLr Illnddo, nol tll tou dleson tolr on Ion io,.aion., 'er 0(100 (re lftnll oriou0tly a(f1etfool bofoon thley know oin' iI tllOIOel'0s, nt1d t1h thosen h Il8stillo dIsonslornI inot argood foltlold boforn aunyllnl it done to dielodgo ropsy Oltori, o ltotolu, loib hghto Dlol coo, Inon.-, tlono,. Debility, CtlnvtTh of tho Iolldluo, Alllnele 1lnt1li, &0, 0 i ll0 l llO llt h einll' fiooot of tIheNOe ln eases, lIoit of theeoo oretvo'dltltolttt to 0(n10 dliofyIg thoe low1m Kflfntllnes of ttI best pllolclue olrtltl (Ibi1, l(n d I(v1 ne1t lo d by inll u be ...