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TAMING REFRACTORY HORSES WITH ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 April 1888
TAMING iIEFl0EAaIOORY OIEESE WITH ELECTPIITY, 'T'uln E?Lu:c'rnu;, It, Rlyvm(w descriheos some in. toresting exprimilnts bl y Prof?ssor Harrni son of th, Volmrinary iclThol of I-arvard Collego with th now lhoctrical deovice for controlling nf'naotor'y horses: " A fqw days ago a valulnablo trottinlg horso whlich for'murly went undeor theo nrm~o of. ClGry, Engle, and 'whioch has a roolrd of 222 wins, was sent to school fpr the tr?oatment of a fractured jaw, which had hoon th nrsult of attempts to control him, The animal had tile habit of taking tho bit in his tooth and hiolting, 'Dr, Iarrlison contrived to connoot tho i bit by two small wires.nlong the roeins with a small galvano.fanradlia battery, whlich wa~s cariod in thn buggy, It was so arranged tha. tho drior (could 0ivo an olootrid shook of gi'oant' or less intensity to the l!orse, but' which would not do the a(nilmal any inju!ry, Dr, 'Harrison took card to use the contrivance oiily with the w;ids &lt; who"' sand 'steady,...
KINGS AND QUEENS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 April 1888
XINGS AND QUEENS. [l3" Aaaquis.] POl'?Ro in the old countrIos whJor a monar ohy and nu arnistooraoy oxist-tlhat is, tile goor al nmassos of the poplo-- ha'vo always boon very fond of inaliig the clmractors and the do ings of "thoir bottor's" th subjoct of thoi' con versation. Sonoganorations ago, whon aociOty in goonraml and thle nons of knowlodgo \woro ill loss advanood conldition, thly would Imavo comparativoly little also to talk of. Tho diapo sitio to talk abonutl'ilod land imlLuonlin paopla, otovwithatnllding tho grant inloroauso in thu nLI imber of subjocts ill which poolplo many bo imm tarstotl, is far from oxtimct, iand is fr'Cquontly domouoodl by iundigr nt journalists and othIors lholding "liborty-oquality--frlntorility" notions, as snobtislmoss and s0 forth. So far (tL Ati(trlin is cocrnod, it sootna to be okpLlold by 'sunoe Aoustr(a(ul nL 'ivo olllhllh lnts tltt Ill this so'Lt of thlilg will com(oO to an ood whon thocs cotloies hovo booomo fodoratod Ind republican, (n(d ...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Tuesday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 April 1888
TELEGRAPHIO fNTELLIGENOE, (rsolson oU in ar5POmIDENT.) SYDNEY, 'Tl'uwsday, 7 p.m, ilishop 3Barry loavos for London not W\Vod nesday, to atteod th. Pan-Aiuglicati ooufroeinc at Lmhouth Pilhoe. l'h? Euglish ndils for Mnarch 23rd, por str, "Oroyni," will bo dolivoirod at midday to.mor own firosn Iho Cl, P, O,. It is not unlikoly that tho ministors will con. soot to tie nsosdmouti in olauseo 18 of tho Liand Bill, now bofuro the Ldgislntivo Asseombly, whidch will r'nder it moro ncooptalblo to n good anoy imblhlOltl oli thse oross benhollte, who aro opposcil to thle miniistols laizisng the power to dcl sith the oppoals from tihe docisiois of the Lciod lisards, It is runinurod t hatl a ricoh silveor mino has boels discovered near Oroydon, Queonalnhd,. Stinilard silsor is quotod at s3e (id ad 3s id ; tho marlo ot is cluoliniag. \All thu conrlps of thie DIofoeoo Foroo of North. orn Quoensland hlravo boon ordorod into aonmp La Tuownsviii lo for a wook's training, i ommosnu cing hiay 21st,
SCREENINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 April 1888
SCoREENINGSx Tv ree et to the refuel of the British Go. erlnlliet to voote £5000 for the Antarctic Nix. pedilion. Si Gralamin Beorry writes to the effeot that alively interest is displllayed by the press nd scientlific bodies in tile prop.osal. Mr. Doe', son, of London, who oltered l1d izse"of his Arc; tic 'laler, expresees hlis rendiness to Uiltlertakce the expedition for a premium of five tli0oairtd polleds, lnd one hundred guineas to tihe tlastor of the vessel, in addition to, the pirviile'i of uling the dry dock at Mellourno and Ioeilg exuempt from portchargee. The colmnitndc[?ill proebbly be tLaken by IMr. Des'on's broltholr, wrvllo' pnsases very extensive experience. A l(cn:'ru's telegraim from.Geneva states that twe avalanches have fallon onthe fatnesin los.e pice of' St. Iernard. The ohuroh hnas blo'di i. most enltirely hri'ied in enowV No iose of life lI reported. ''ihe Io0piceO of St. Bernard, iin tile Pcrnieh Alis, is niluated at thie dultirit bf the Great SL. BeIlnard Pa...
GERRINGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL 23RD, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 April 1888
GPRIINGONS MUNICIIPAL COUNCIL. .hloMNAY, Ainul, 23an, 1888. Tno ijegulnr nmeoting of this Counoil toak place oili Ohtlahovo dale, an,, tlhere w30o3 proernt '1Io0 Mayor, and Aldeioman Lee, Shlarpe, Gorlonl, 1inn njrahli,: ndj Noble. Mhimitei of praylupqll meeting were road andm coliihun+6 m od i3 0tttle. :. + om ozvf ~ tz COUESPON033NC0. iTh3 ontgoog i comlmun ictions eonsistodr of noploes t?|l?ttuer to (1) the PoeStln?sterienoral a (2)" 11? 0 gpIe., .-,: Tihq (ioomi13goii'nmmllniclat0on3 were from (1) the M1mincipll Aesooition of Nuow outh Wales re5inlding 3l o iciltlhat m lb 13ortui of petition, sentl.dawn ir'i:tirnrmy last rospecting the Local Gooverniomet 11ill have not yet boon returned, 'also p~uitiig out thiatall thiat is asked for ih thl3ose petiiioaind, that the Puliamlot will pro need with tJou mhoiltru: mld pass it with esulds a3l3leldolllo3 .a3a in ite:;,vihdom3 it may se filu, and fln'thel3 tllheta epeotsl.leOloting of the coun ,mie.tte of th(lIr4,A. 'Assooihltiul will h...
POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 April 1888
POLTOE COURT. At the abovo court, on Friday nlast, beforeo Messrs. Johln onway, Thonmas FPenwiok, and Jfohn lFrasor, 3s.P., Thomas Stowart, charged wi th disposing of a horse by refile, pleaded guilty and was fined £L, which was paid. Francis M'OGnn, a fottlor on the railway line, was charged by Goorgo Gray with setting firo to grass on the said line, wheroby tho property of the said G. Gray was injured, )Deflendant.admitted having sot fimo to the grass ; and not having given the requirod notice of his intention to do so, he was fined 1l. Fine paid.
SHELLHARBOUR BOROUGH COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 April 1888
BHELLHARBOUR BOROUG CO3UNCIL, * Wni' insDoAv, APIr. 18. a siSIr( 'T The Mayor, andlAldernen Arm'. strong, Raison, Ilrownl'r, Downcey, Ornagan, i. HTicks, sen., ii. Hicks, jun., and Mood. nrrlospolndence: -Outwards To, A. Cam eron, E1q., drawing Iia attention to the delay of the Deupartment with respect to lin\ilg tlheo portion of landl roesumned as a coactory at ShillharlIoIur madel over to the public. To tllhe Hon, thle MRinistelur for Works, lltating in reply to commnunioation received in reference to tlhe road to thelo whlnarf recently erccted, thlat as the wlharf in qucstion is outsidn tllhe boundaries of tlheo inneicipality. this Oouncil considors tlhat it is the duty of tllhe Government to nmakeo the roald, and would urgen thlat it bo done withl ,the least possible deulny. Inwards * From the Department of Roads andl Bridges, for. warding vouclhor to be signed by tlhe Mayor for £2300 for thle maintenanoe 0nd repair of founr iloa of main South Coast rond for the present year, an...
COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camdon Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 April 1888
o 0oM M1 . 0 IAO L,., Eouth Conet and }ust \ aLmdon Oo-oporativo Company (Limltod,) In'luret,-hl fahr deomnid, laeon--- Inproviing intquality and prieoos woll Chlooeo,8.lnrkot well esnpplilod. Ega,--Solling readily. otlh'y,--l)till of sale. h'a loon,-- Firm at quotatoona, SLtook~'to hnn(111 of iofarior qiality. , : iva Stock--pI gea, lrgoe s?pplios to,' band, Colvs in inondorate demand.H, Ilny'.--.c.Lomco in good doenand, Boat groon Cia to 70s per lot, Oaton steaondy. Following oa thlo quotation :- . , m£ p. ar £ e, 0. trtter, pr lth,....... O 1', 0 to 0 1 8 Dilto, stcond ,., "0'0 / r 0. 5 0 0 7 Factory**,,.... 0. O 1 8 0 1 Blonro (Illand t rod) 0 0 7.3 0 0 83 -Jo.n;clinoouotre(t 0 0 0 0 0 7 •(hontvy&roallh 0 0 1 0 0 4 Doi(nshlld ollrowi 0 0 7 0 1 0 S(mn hino ourod) ?0 0 8 0 0 8 "........,,,, o o 0 8 o o 4 ,, ooo e..,,***.......... O 0 8 0 0 4 l?lito, ucol 0,,,,,,, O 0 1 0 0 2 Jioncy, par Ib,,)" 0 0 4 0 0 4 Thgo, licv,,,... ... 0" O 18 , 1 4 0 aovl",, onlb,,,,,, O O 0 1 7 0 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 April 1888
Their Name is Legion, Togior n of pooplo live had (hoir livos ondo bmiornlble by pilk. This painfll dflnio lty is lonll ind luced nAl nlways nggravated by coi. tipatlioln, DU, IjIl itir,'s lut'rrr is tlh groat ronIdly for all nffoctions of tllis kind. It notB no a gontlo cnlthnrtic, promotos a honlthy action of tho blowol,, nl0d onttho nmld boala tho 'iflauod omarfnros, It h1a ouro d Ihundrods of caise whore All othor romoedlio nnd nppliatlois hanvo fnilod, Soul livy all dcrugiRts. SLOST, ONEI BAY flORSE, brandaL(2) on near and ;off sides ; ala, ONIE BAY MARIt, bandUd .- o near side, .Laked l off!?0 aid.; W. COOIKS'& CO, Borougli$: of Shellharbour. SOTICE is hereby giOSe, that for Itho porpose Sof oblainini a 4prroct revision of tihe valhnua nn ot tho lratalile .proplrtiow of lth Oearoiinh,' the ndernrigngd, will bu in attend anc, at Aliu?h Park on 'Thursday, tihe 2Gth, andtl SIolllharliour thu 2711th ineut, for the plurpob of recoiving from ratepaynrs any information ireupe...
The Life-saving Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 April 1888
The Life-soving Brigade On Snlalturdny ntftoirnlo I i thu itnomnhor of tie howls' forumed ]Lfo.wnvinm 13rIiuldo mnot for timor firt pirnatio oitlho lowhllolo Polimt, In ltho nbsoll o r ,g g , r , a . Sl'to ll, thu O Inpllll mf ?ho brmari4m , Mm, \V, IKlluythemo oommm1 olticor, morfmotlied tlh mhlloati, O nm hot won emoulrs. filly' ilrud no roHH m whlt lo kI mowln no Admnlnr' ly, ia lmlloo mm m hoof U 150 t ynrda, nnm Il m hnwoor somumhgc whollun tho olmlleho, or hnulihn lile, wevs got overalid expethnented with, A volunteerh oinlg required for the rescuo besibeajs. Mr. John Bassett presented himeelfa?a? Fsis stlarted on his way roaonsa' but O.witg ti:ojltht hawser iot being sufficiently tighlt,^Rtid tile hauling fine fouling, John wnas ' held mildway for somto time and scraperd nn. ncquaintalnne yith Ilthe " briny," getting a thlrr nglt. .oiaking, to the nio uanll amusement of the pontlookerer; heing an oldl salt, hiowh,?,r, ho.O kto/the Sbusilness" kindly andl't'anifestel notinttre...
Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 April 1888
Aooidentg, Within the last faw dnays Hovoral necidonts of n morn or Iom serious haras'oer halvo olICIrreIl Oni Sa y ' a ri. H, Waikeor rcshlinirg at Io?o Valhny was saereuly huant in the flacn throeg b rin oxlilmo n aniHed by saome saliHiane 8118 was piuttlig on the w, 'Ih. o prason?ce otf gliUlllnodor tIIn 8 e0 ai papor wnn saspoOlad, On thl prouteding day n boy , the oan of hlr, P. J1oh1'on of Gorrinoong, wa, thrown- from ShoreO, and wnas fodl lying inaonsiblo om tio road, On t1Ie amnin y (1 n eaon of. Mr BonHnr, Orooino, Mlntainnd fa rnoluro of' iho tih from n Hlln ilnr olsHa,. 'lw) qlar 1'ymmIa inlllmd rUHpecti vely Grnhamn nnd Dtgg?nl were elad ihjIurnd in the eye by 810all fragmentsO of stonllo lIrowIl ollt In IaIIIn1g. All tlnose 1on1o were l'renlrd by Dr; l'urray, w1 boelluvu, An nadldilion Ito the nlllloer of patitonia in tIll hospital aH heloi mltlde wlithllh hie lat flul' days in the purHOnI of a yotliIl frollm "Bor ry, lato? r hllOglloo Clak1' whao hlnd flIloll )m0 1 tro...
THIRTY-THIRD SESSION, GRAND DIVISION, SONS OF TEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 April 1888
THIRTY-THIi D SESSION, GRAND DI VISION, SONS OF TE1MPEIRAN'EO. 'Ilrn Souith Oonsot Grond Division, No. 7, Sons of Toinpeorncu, hold its hallf-yuorly tosuion in the Protestant Hall, \VWlluongog, 0n Siaturday lat, April 21st, All tihe otlicours were pruonut, as ..worn also repprsoonlti tos fiom Kinio Shlull harbour, Bulli and \VWollhgong 0. W. P., B'n, Ouwdull, in a vi'y eulluiit and uounraginlg lspouil, olend tho intuting in -tlho mailnnro prescribed by the Oonstitution, aot 3 pm. P, \VW. P., Bnro, Jnames \alkor, of the South. urn Orloss Division, No, 27, ,Kiinan, prUnsuntod hirs orodontialas llnd ws duly adnmittod a Imeinbur' of thu Grand Divinion. Subordiniatu nombern wore admiltted on tlu ubordilnato password C'oORItlPONDIENUn, Lettcrs woro rocuivUd froml thU Moost Worthy Sribo, (1) containing npassu wordls; (2) notify ing the lationol tosoion whon ruproson t tivos f'romn all th colonies would moot in Syd nos, and (3) with roforouo to inaugurating a now Division at Nowra. 1. Thu G...
KIAMA SMALL DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 24. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 April 1888
EIAMA SMALLDESTS QOURT. TuVaes?AY, APm 24. Bflrous Messrs. H, Coneull, P.M., andl T, Brcwn, M,N, Hildniuarsh, nld Johnll Coliway, JsP.. The cases entorod for hearing at this court wore ulllmorous ;.but iAs, with one or tiwo x oeptions, thle defendants did ni~rnppear, ver: diats consequently welnt y defaiult, Mr. T. Thomson, leto st'okoeeper in 1Kiinn, obtitinad verditols in this wily, for goodsasold and da liver'd, against J. Strong for 15 ld ;i agai? t G, Hurburt for 7s ; against \Villimn Payne for £4 L0su 4d ; against J. \Vatsou for d2 1Js 3d; againllst . Soyltlour' for 1l3 Od ;' agllllst O. 1H'1linohey for £I. (Ila d; iagainist W\. I~evoars for £1 7u: agatillst \V, HIliry for £4 78 8d; against \W, Ralston for £1 7s 7d ; aigalinstMrs ,J. Stitch for £1 4is 1id; igaillnst T. Dowlidjly for ,1.11 i; againt t T, ront for 5ti ad. a Richard" ]King tin like mlanltr obtailod ver dits against W\V. Payne for £2 10s 3d ; Iagahinst 1., Scllreiber for 5s 2tl; neaillst J. Egglestllne for 01 0snl...
Building in Kiama. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 April 1888
Building in Kianta Thoe slito K to Kiamna will bu struck wiith tile fact thant the residents of the town nr:notut i~ dulgiutinsi any nisgiv,,iga as to its future. To jUdge froml tile number of new buildings either il ouirse: 6f constructiob; ?or nl?i?ly inished, we must ?iny that veno a partiq? ?)rver would be led:to the conclusion thatthis .et mination abroad to improve the ai .f our snug little town. Among tli'? des1e going up tnay be snijotionod tho:olel nstsituc ture e Mr. Kieran Ryann iit fBg BoangBrieet. Mr. Ryan has selected asn excellent sit, alt commands a fillne view of the harbour and towy, anid is, from a sanitary pioint of view, as healthy a loucliity as could have been selected. M. John \'ailker lhas also recently erected ia com modious dwelling-house in Shoalhaven-street, and there are others of considoerable nl(in'osions projoected.
Chrysanthemum Show. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 April 1888
Ohrysanthemum Show. '1 in lr'ritioRni Soalaty of Now Srrrth \1V$Rls wihll h ahl n cihr' ntihirir hrb , ir tIhe Yra-'r ienr', Chitlimbo Annrrssooaintiror Inil, Sydney, oir lth 2.11h or Irf thiIrliIlhi ''l, I'nrl'O toI rio tins in \win, folr tho hirynnrtliilnhell inln tr hon gr.?o? i.hg in ilnr?iliriity tr yanr , iaril in Bniirlnnta at Ii1r alllrynlltlluii llll siia flniis t l ite L yh's'RIliatho. I1ni h rinir nr (110 ti.grant oitL in ti tnrllrtlli tIirnli wiori., Thi rueont; Iirntiors of tia 1'Sin lsh illalictatllllnral iAlnAIh.Iiius nr f'iill ofi riolrlrs if riiiryannirthoainr iIrr nirInhow, rain rirpirrnS wichiaii (,Pllh!l' Ill llllle l~lllll!11 iH Fro ?,lill rritirt I+lltoly :.hnw tint thir trallrriarity ia grai?vhg, manl ikaly to rlo csr f'r a long Irhu t o or imr., Wa quit axleul. Ithat thiu canillg ohlllrntillholnairi hllow will Iio ti li cainlUontolorllliir ot a ian mar koili byJ' over r41ovwii poIapnlr, allil hait h fol'rei !riil Ihar iniiFiii Pciillainltncii I Ihn ?'iiatir l...
More Liveliness in the House. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 25 April 1888
More Liveliness in the House. "After a calm comes a storii" is uan old adago, but is too frm)quoltly verified, literaily and. meotaphlrically, to be lost sight of. Tlh comimmpam' rl re cins ilsat hlis rested over allhi's iin the -louse for the past week at so, has boon succeedeld by mnore of tlhse storimy sconeo whichl we aro beginning to look fir as naturadly as thu sailor does his gale of winid at sea, and which take plase with about as muuoch, or oven more, periodical certailnty. Mr. \'llilhono has hboon again ,n the war.path; this tin6 the Minister for Lands. Hou,. hMr. Garrett, lilnd thie Speanker prm team., Mr. Melville, haIvo boeen the objects ot his irio, enmd it would a jlpoaur as ifiEhoad beon go(ing fr their scalps in true Ildian style. \\We Iproemie tlhalt as e'verybody elseO has inow bioon hlmonoured with his distingmished notice, hlo will oixt procesd to deuaplitate the Speaker or inmmolaite thie PTmroiel.