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The Roads. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 April 1888
0t lnrlloret d, ll nt \1;i tld ho lnast fow diyn thu nt ouf argo pipes whalh had bauti Ilyjpg,for aiilinatiniilad athu c&e rii of tlho Jarrarn lanle hl?av, lioon pliuoud in hIoitianl by Mr. :D;.ip King n ii, manr; and thite" Wvhii lhaid booti pre'viou'ly plnaed L0nan H (hIU month of tlnt lana, Ihav beeil tnkionupnl and Intd 'crona tl manin road, to cna'ry thol uatr,..l!I?rouin thI watirtanhlo, o~," tIm InnI to) tliA lavet, side of tlu ronilad, Old. r.aidlOuia will r.unioinbr tlt thin lit ithi uhi ilwatat l .nthar to be in .a htiimy ald a?lnn'timon almostP imllnai -wtmrthmtiarliem-ai3iMiil toifi-li oi d hnit lt. The:. omnt iiai tmfor ihesoeb lrii,,i h iho vilingo of Jamfllmlbrllo, antld fpm thIai\i'ollolo l to roIplnoo tltat ajielh waulmnowvn'H0aW, lr.erry's, liave'botina Jiibunl wri ,iiidrataind,.*-tmIn ltlnr by Mr. WIat tory att£8.,,thu for ier lyla Wuollongong ? n?m. tiioitb'rt'?P.80.SO . T'ln pnrltop thoe Mminimumrrna roadl on waiioll lmir. Khig, ha s I ,ontlinot is iuliv...
POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 April 1888
POSTAL, M1IAIi"I ntnivo at nod dopnit from Kinman a folluwd A:- IaIv.4. At 10onm dnily (Monday oxcoplod.)-FPran ) donyl Mona Va to, liobortnoo, and Jnaflboror). 'At 1230 p n. daily (Nkrndny oxcoptod.)- ýVoulloIIong Dapto,4lbIui Pork, and Shall 'At 5.15 ;pin. 'dity (Suidndy oxcoptod.) Gorrinong and Broughton QOloIc.
To Correspondents and Contributors. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 April 1888
To Correspondents and Contributors. WE must point Out to all' who fa' our us with CoRREnsPoneN~c or CONTRIBUTIONS intended for pub lication tiat, f'or very obvious reasons, we must adhiere to the invariable rule that all suchr communications must be accompanied by the Name and Adalress otf the writer, not for pub lication, uniless' dealeed, but as a guarantee of good faith. We shall refuse insertion to all communica tions likely to be offlenSve or to give pain to private indiviidpals, and shall hold 'urseJvesa:t 'liberty to ex cise objection ible ":ppass$ages from contributions or letters. :
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 April 1888
Bisiness Directory.. KIAlIA. A RNflcD, MISSES, (E. & A.) DresendkeCrs . Mnting-setreot. ASTIE,lT)DR. WM., Physician and S rgoon, A MaketSqIuaro. O TIAIESON, THOS., Builder, &c? Vine Cotage, Dido-streot. .,' YAZ? ALEX., Nlfmaln and Carter Maln A niOý,Oeot. -.. RýRtIOWN, FRANCES, Tinsmith, eo. -Torra . long treet. RwlVN; 0I 901GE1 News & Gounero'Agent, ' Terratong-he et. ri BUILEN, GEORGE, General 'Storekeeper, Iron & Tin Plato Worker, ktg'ialong-.t. €. (C~AMPBELLt , ED., Boot and Shoe Maker, C Manningetrooeet. COCKS, \W., & CO., Cenera. Storelcoopors, j Manning-stroeet. COLEMAN & LOCKETT, Cordidt Manufac turors, Torralong-stroot.. ;. CALAMBUS, , ., Fish and ?.pter Saloon, SManning-streot. ,' - CORDERY, A., House Paniter; P1'f ~ liangor, S&c,, Shonlhaven-estreotj '' SORNFORD, WALTER, House Painter and, Decorator, Terralong-stroot. : . ICOUSINS & SON, Boot andi Shioo sanufac. -J turere, Kiamna and Gorringong. ROOKS, JOHN, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 April 1888
])R5. JOHNIr~ 8. WILSONN N,.11OJ4. Ehwai, L.R O.P.1., L.M.I 1873, 1R.O.S. ENO., 187J, &c,, .riln of Ctolllos;R( rr(· Rlra:~lallllborornn; and Londnon, 0Q2 ultin;. tni ..operating Surgeon, 'J3RTGHITON VILLA." KICAMA, (Opposite Canholic (Thapel.) A' 1 1osi IoR Dnos urATTON Mornings, t till .2.: Evenninas, 6 till 8,
AN EXTRAORDINARY CREATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 April 1888
AN EXTRAORDINARY OREATURE. GRRA'L' excitement is being caused in Ade laide in religious circles (says an exchange) by the outbreak of a creature who persists in perambulating the thoroughfares in a sky blue coat, white waistcoat and gloves, and kneo.breeches, asserting that he is Jesus Christ, who has come back to the earth again for the salvation of a sinful world. IHe wears large bunches of flowers all over his clothes, as well as on his hat, which is of ,the bush type, and covered with a green gauzo veil. IIe appears quite harmless, but is provocative of much unintentional bjas. phemy on the part of the small street boys, who follow his rapid march and address him in jocular terms by his self-assumed title. lie has already got a 'considerable Inumber of followers in the suburbs and west end, and amalgamation is contemplated between them anld',,tho rising sect of the Seventh Pay Christians, whose speciitlity is knocking off' work on Saturday, which they hold to be the real Sabbath...
A VISIT TO THE SUNNYSIDE APIARY, CAMPBELLTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 April 1888
A ISIT TO THE UJNNYBtIDfl APIY, CAMPBELLTOWN. A vnwt weeks ago we (RunAr, AUBTTALIAN) poent an hour or two very pleasantly visiting the.above interesting aplary, and listening to the bright and intelligent chat of the lady who owns it and cheerfully works it. , Miss Bradley's apiary is situated on one of theo hills overlooking Oampbolltown, a fine healthy breezy spot, with a splendid view. At tihe time of our visit the bees were gather ing honey from a clump of box trees a quar. ter of a mile away, and were coining home or hurrying to the honey fields in tons of thousands. The busy workers evidently started from homo for one point, and as soon as they had collected their wealth of sweet. ness went straight home again, with this i'rq silt, that tile section boxes filled with sur prising rapidity. Wo found that Miss Bradlny had about 70 hives all on the ground, most of theom crowned with a top story full of section boxes, and in most cases full of honey. Tc us it was most interesting ...
Kiama Cottage Hospital Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 April 1888
Kiama Gottago Hospital Ball With rospl)ct to a rumour that has gained some credenco in tim town, that plressuro had beon brought to bear on the oomnluitteo of manageanllt to ulalclo some distinctions at the fn:rthlonminglball in aid of tlis excellent ostab. lilhment, we are authorised to give it a most, ,,mphatic denial, as no such pressure has over' bhanattemptoed onitho cmlnittoo; and if it had hIn,i, s?ach asuggestion wbuld not he ontertained for a mIoment. It will ho conducted as pr pro gralnune, end without any roforence' to station. further thltn. oharactore, • Perolis givii~ ?voice to such statements are guilty of groat thought losusieh, as it miglit, and no doubt would, if persisted in, considerably lesso li liO probable receipts at thuo door. i
MRS. GORDON BAILLIE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 April 1888
MRS. GORDON BAILLIE, Tunc pages of novels might be ransacked in vain'for such a story of imposture as that of theo adventuroess whoso caroor was narrated. in a recent issue of the Evm1no News. Th anmazing oloverness of the woman is at. tested by the statements of most of her vio, tims, and compels a sort of admiration, or'al. least of re?grt that it was not turned to beoter purposea; And it was a clevarness which apparently owed nearly uverything to inture, and very little to art. S'he is do' arilhed as haying hardly. any duationi of the surt;tlltisl.o io acqulred? from books; Yet sho managed to persuadoe a presumably astute' London,publishqr that she was a gifted authores nd obtaii d d a large sum of imoliey. from lhin. onm, the strengthof a work whichi shli.promised' to write. That she should have deceived so m, ny keen obh. servers besides, and cdntrived to pass her. self off as a lady of ample fortune: and an= cient family-and all in the full. blaze of publicity-would seem incrc...
THE DEATH ROLL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 April 1888
THE DEATH ROLL. , 'rTi son of the great head mastar' of Rugby is dead. Matthow Arnold was, :how. ever, a great deal mbre than the more son oflhis father, and did not- acquire such re pdtation as he will leave behind him merely by having boon the offspring of the real hero of " Tom Brown's School Days," No man has laboured more in England in the cause of what is known there as middleoclass edu. cation than has Matthew Arnold. :A poet of "sweetness and light," and and of cultured, and somewhat misty, school, his 'published verses will never attain the widespread po. pularity that ,his labours in the: oause of education should have ensured lhim, The musses will never know hs much of ,his poems as he endeavoured to his death to learn about their educational needs, A somewhat prolific writer of poetry, and on: religioin and politics, his writings and his life have been more productive of effeot in the persons of other "men who took their teachings from him, than they have in himself, Not...
To Our Patrons. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 April 1888
'. . To Our Ptntiono, ;i niit till '~ sjuiuw8 ofl wur,j ' wo bugyt rIs.rind: iir JIlhnun ib thld t i climm qnmtum iona uix [td,r mmmd timmit thely, mommy mi'qmeat mm visi fmimm dIii~n'or cmmuiinnlm diii I ig iii e miimi o ~rlceimo~r *let,, mmm I tin ho miiunemmi. i migemi mm~timel~ knmmomiiimimn mini 1mml mmemmmmmmt, unit tiny mmii iiiiiiii JI i tLIR''( (InII'IhIniU IIIU ii'monmit inlmmmi'tn, -A thm~iniinm inilyl teenivei ititini minII1imt~ iotinfiiy( nh m'b~('IH~
Skating Rink. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 April 1888
Skating n ho 'rh ~IIvo 000fr-I11'r o iico 9 ft4 oudl hi51 d .vIHlQ);liHiniI rt bI, onothor oI I OON i IHnI oldtnit i0 rh ik In hu tijn i 'I'll pTllll I0rnl1 10 I'lul l 1101111 tll a pl} guII Il h diha nnnlnagr P Klr~ Ip~f~l~y'iodul p ;an wo~no a.r41lrnd "1ha11 111111, I000.CllllAtcuu on wiill nl o II lotiiiy d Olnliltngo II'l loh u tillrprII nII 11 ill itarot ut d plrjoout, 1Vu Napo Ian ilnoh0 houc ul9loll'uhi
The Pilotage. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 April 1888
. ThePiP1otage.. "1i rciit:d to the ulice of pilot, at present tomporarily discharged by MIr. . Tulloli;, wo Olnderstand that our friend made application for the permanc t appointmont, but was il formned,;iii a colp mumiotii?iI froli~ 'tlme'~= - rI;ile Board,-that his. itge was too advanced tl-berhlin of their acceding to his wish. The lppl)oint mont has been conforred on a Mr'. Fraser, atlro sont on board the Capt. Cook pilot steamnor, who will commenllOce the discharge of llie duties from it I t iroxinmo. AMuch e t oruet an(ls1 mpil; thy are imnturllly felt rugi.d lng tl, orphilmu fain ily of the doceased oliceur, togethor, with much regret tiumtllie.1rolthoer c6uld Io6t sucoeed' to the poeition.
Police. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 April 1888
4' Po_"lco ·t·~ ~ i iii nt=llnJ I naii Oli0 !o=H. 5. l3,lkke,'wlo `dativ Iy, ut( orilmbla'oliilon l or, 161 t;! thlis 1 toan for.I 'itpoij, ibe lottn wil ruttettitte nsedtng to vacaoncy i, npoistto~iatCo wbic''hu git dthbeut irontiaed protiodot. di r. d i oiiliu lid;; :rund it tcotoonoty to request thtat hIti ig ito it b tremovt d ft tttn t an to totlu hoalin etn o itoeqiettceb of dtie chronic ill Itnultlthtoltitt wife, whim htt.iinomdlohcl todvteoi coonaidortod to be~ cwltitutotttetoo'hy Unt;u 'djiatd'to. titte sI ltpy at rttitwatutr. 'l ' iý
Boots and Shoes. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 April 1888
Soots: and Shos,; UR~mtniifl Or ootHnSiiuunotoq"' , roiwn 'for ow 'infttirotnoltt of tio :wioia' oor oonon, Tijo clki 11 110 bOO~, nilt tij bri o 'Oovor lo i lt l in,, ' hi(, lien. Soo IIId ti ddvolrti 11101t in niiof 6oi ýcolu tý a, .; . ý , tI · t .. P , y ýi ,
SCREENINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 April 1888
FiCRýEKB'TN( Titic jirtnain authorities at Odenna hIa given ordeir tr thme xpul\sion of 45,000 Jot' from that cit l HR sltjesty the tlnep will amrrivoe in l3rliln from Flo ;inco on th,4th ii mtant, ad will remainin 1inat city 1lwo, It ay. . AM. Jutls :len it, 1hil? "r?eadhing a deotin~ at Epinal'mn Io '4t! i'?l.ct+ed G?onel im 1')t langer aB .n?n )il' . ,mtto .ntl. , ",OlOe acltio n on thin o t.4 we re nlopit a piagi,,.'.A of the 2nd DAi t ~a' 1851, il1 a advised M?. Flo queIt, tl ?"l iioi.r, to ?,,mi? a i l dolortnine,:d attiltudl agninat this UCanmlrial tnoveumt, ailn prevnt thile counlltry bein plunged into it foreign war. General Boulangie, npoalintg. at i ioleeting of thl Iluetorn .Of lth Nord declared that Franlte dornaldoed a conltituonit Asmllyetllly, ayhiuh would give tiei .poople their just rights, ?lndl~ ?imatke the itupublic renpectod and indoctr?dtible. Th pos ition of Franco at tlo pre?ont tioo ia roegarld by tIhe l5glisih nand foreign i. rlcns an moat alarning. 'ITho ...