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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 May 1888
GOO1D NEWS FOR BAD TIMES! The Wonderful and Glorious News for All ! CLEARING-OUT SALE & FANCY FAIR . STILL GOING ON I Mrs. Power begs to thank her frliends and the lpublic of Kiama for their kind patronage at the Sale. In "order to clear off the remainder of the stock, she is now prepared to allow a dis ci6nt of 10 per cent. on all cash sales till the Sth day of MA Y, whent she expects to have everything cleared out. FUI3NIStIED APlPAWLM1~RNTS TU O ~L~'L' a ~1 Ol lnol woake ago, trvo FATni OOWF, an ~on nd tho athot a yaltaw and whlito spalt~od cow. noenpl a ia t'ar·~ montion an to thour wilareahocts' wvi Ib ewre withl Idr fromt HIOLDEN 13ntHois.~ ;8JCATING' Ii BdoIIOO 'OF ·a'ls, GEnrINGoNG, SA8TURDAYY 'NEXT0 IVLAnY. 5th,: * 1ro~i 7 to 10, Exh~bifon of' .katin~'~ Mf 90 OaQaook *Ldlta o I' -:UbP Rinpc1:iutor It haid bocmo so ommon to write the begin-. *iing?.:f an: elegant, inioreetiing. artiolo, and than rnn it into some advortisomont, that woe avoid all'ao o cheats, and .sim...
(From the Sydney Papers.) London, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 May 1888
S (Fron th/o'S(d,4lc Pelo'a )?) Lontdon, April 27. Loe,; the Atmrallon hboxor, hoeh" rpltodtl' to 1lilrni's ohnllonjo Lt flgh!lt for ·1O000o , KClrnlin with o80/ glove neml n Looe with .loe rloveLo Leneo enthat heo is propalroedl to meet Klrvahla:,Ipol tht ouionditlone naiunoled il Kilh;nl will doio.oitwnto *h ila weIghtl 11 at. 'T'hia ,tlptiiinj iKirnlthi Ha' iyH fmpoliblo; u ho is, ioew 10 st, 0,1d It wuuilld bo imnply ,notlnoea for himlto Id6otipt to got dowviuton ha 1 of heoito The match' is, therefore, off. Looslhas boin accused of bonstingf. Lees denies the alloegation and has now isblud a challengo to Jack Danmpp say. 'I'ho Pope's decree condoinling boycdttidi and thb p.1 of eailnpaign, lsne caused intseoi, eelitemo?lta Engilnd arid Ireland. Tohei roasodAl uty on hlhl-olass, wines has ben ~t. in jte:a- House of Connions by ai large aotsi y. Mr. Gladetone considrl'ed thiat the duty?Wonuld prove a groat impodirieunt to tile Austrhialian wine trade in England. Mr. Goschlon point...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 May 1888
TELECMAPHIU INT'LLIGdNt.M S(no1n oun onaOInBPONDaNT.) SYDNEY, TuesDAY. FnoM to-day the Melbourne Exhibition is closed to 'ho publlo. The death is announood of Mr. . EcHlio son, thp presidont of the Aborigines Protoo. tion Soolety. Shares in the Great Eastern Mining Com-* pany at Gymple (Q.) have fallen 12s, The capital of tho Company is roported to be exhausted, It is proposed to oroct a marble statuo in honour of the lato Dr. Hearn, and also create a learn scholoarship. The weights for the Royal Stakes and Quoon's Birthday Cup-the two principal evonts to be run under the aiuspioceof the Sydney Turf Club on the 24th instant were delareod at noon today, Mitrailleuse was allottdd top wveight in the Royal Stakes (0lst Othl), and Pet Girl Oct.
MUNICIPAL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 May 1888
MfUNICIPAL. Wrrir roepool.to eoortain- roenarkle. in our oon *(finopornry regardindlg nces brourh.t nt vnrlore tliiloe ilnto thu Smnall Dbhte Cotiil acnld itIth drawibr theo Counall Olotlrk o we hharv e bee ro. noaltodl by that ofliooer to piblish tho. following extract8 fromn theo, Coun?Oil'e Innutee of datls aniinoiod, whlicf' will ehow in a: nRatisefautory mnneior rhow ltho everal ontce woiro dlleioued ot \Ve tolny add that we have 'sorn.thie llt, dultlly nrortilid.by thie O,P,8 ,Rlowfi thit thei cnne?s nilolel. Iy o'01r olrtuennporary ~er ,,itlhdranwun by thl Oncll Clork io pnfa3ont' of liries aiidl odete by tilhe defeodndant. io. I (l4th S ptomnbero, 1884) -Ahlorman )D.' King nasked the Onnunl I to ol?utoi n theio hntl cuus paper for. neLxt mootilng tlie olllwilgK qhIa :tions, .nluly (1,) llow. man11y .porlolln4 haive, dlurir thu t lact two yeonr, oen u lioil l'or' rnt?ue, glvIng tire imrnirec of. the oiersons, thu i'uepoleive nmounolts for whlohlr Ihey were u?ul, iild whuVo re...
The Mount Rennie [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 May 1888
The;Mount Benndo B. STile rouoift vitiit of ';.ialpu .'Whloldyer will (33y h tihuBtliui rot Tipes) hI oimnborrid for a vary HUlnsaioinl. i3iiiilent wl i whiclh hlo 11i1 ilidirootly a giri't duil to do. It u ipmanr tlhat oni the day of hiah arrival th ptlisnorB anlint to Ile tridl weru ItiHt,,i'ritd nleorldig t tIo t u1 l uolmiin, iti tlih prisoii ruadyi to, ho takon inIo tI ' lii tIIint. Amoiigl those Was T', A. Smitnl, one of thlo piituipal- witildlo'i6 s ill tlih nloto. rioil Moiiiint Ri'i ibo inoi, oi ib:.wolIu oevidIocu, iWrLha;lll,-llnuorku..tl i tlh t of aniybody . eIHo hllo utifortnolaito yout!lii i'o'" l convyltoll . ltI tho .prisol . at tlal HIte ll thlon"I, loieilud with irona, w's. Doiinbllna, tn6 of thl priionoro who . tnarrowily osca(mpod 1lioing hangod. Thol two inot liy tlio':mL. lt.odt chlanoo, itid, Duno nollan h'Hiiilololy fulildl hhlnaolf0 fauo to faco with tli ono of all ,thlre wlihom ho' would 33u'oneat atriko to tho oarth. :Furgotting lhi iroinl,, Donnellai, ap...
Temperance Hall Extension. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 May 1888
S Temponratkl Hall E~xtension., Asen.ticed..son~d issuce btck in the ccolunse of thie journmIl, re thle extoension of their hell, the trustees of tllhe building meot on Fridey evoning lest, and decided toe proceed at once Fithl the extension. Ae sipoi nas thle spcciica tlons are ready they ,wiltbe laid beforo tile sdociety and tender called'. The plan provides for seanting acon?hsiod,!tio,, for 10 more chairs; a large room, 20 x 8(Toot, on the ground floor, with auto-room and stair casen to the stage. There will be 0( wiidlws anid a 5 feeoot escape door. The now stagp will be sloping, 22 x 38, and 2ft; (in. high in front, with ciroular gain .aelley and lhdies'.dressing-room on the stage floor. It will alsoIn live a ,prosconium in tlhe lantoeslE:stylbe,' 22t. wide by 14ft. high, nicely nmolited with a now drop cenen and stage on treloe'siwith sixec i rdwe aud largo escape door, .ft wide. There wi|Lbe a lodge room over ,Ileed, 20ft, by 28fI anld' [lft. high, with two a?teo-roolms, ato...
SCREENINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 May 1888
SCERPNINGS., LonD SAnL~uvY declares that the English Gdvermn unt lintenld to propose lifo-pooragosn, with'power to expel unworthy mombers from th~l Ilouso of Lords. TrIn taloatnor Oattorthun, which arrived on Fi'iay from Hongkong, landed 69 mules at Port Darnwin for the oontraotors of the Pahuleraton and Pins Orook railway. lia SArudn GanrrvsTI addressed tho electors at Brisbano on Saturday night, Speaking on thu COhitpe .question, he said they . would certainly have to go, Unfoitnntoly, it would be someo. tio bueforo the culonios would bo unanimous on the matter ; atr l' un:tl then he doubted \vwothor the Imporial Govornmont wouldlake acLion., Iu the tmauwhilo , howover, the oolonios ,would :lavyo to oducato the Inlorlial Goverotanet on tllhtoaljol; antd hIe hopdi the colonies would be ablo to Ipass sultO monasuros as would practically put the Chinese out, " A TRIAL of the now tubular bhlls, which have honu placed in the Sydney Post O1ioe tower by Mr, A. Torunaghi, contractor for t...
JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 May 1888
I IAVE to notico an eyeOIt, whch; thoulgh strlict ly opoaking, of a piiii?to charactor, yet gathorod togethoer such a number of porseos, and afflrded thllem so much gratification as to render it almost a public allihir, and cntitlo it;, at 'iny rate, to sme notice in a locil journal. The ovoent I peakl of ic the pionio na? hibh, on Friday aIst, Mr. D. L. Dymock called lia friends ald Ilia neighlboura together to rejoico with him,-and it is to be hoped it will.'always be a cause for rejoicing with everybody concorned,-ovor the atamiinuent of the ageo of twenty-one by lias oldoest son Robert Monulos Dyimoek, In com mora with so many others of the said noigh bours, .1 rocdived an invitation to this promis ing allilir; but was prevented by the business of tho Rlronm'rTr from qunlifying myaulf to roe p'rt it in the charaoter of a partioilpant, . I am thoroforo rcduced to the neceasity of furnishing aomea notico of it from th" informaltion of others, Mr. Dyamock has distinguished himself ...
GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 May 1888
(rno A cOnnBs5OEr . ) ) FanpAY, Iho second day of thd onilco Tmplele Exhibition, proved to be, as .wiid expootod, tho more lively arid brilliant oaf the two. Thoro wsas not a very hirgd colmpany during the after noon but in the ev'ening the number in attone dneco was probably tw\ice as Inrgo as on Tlhuis. day. In fact, the place win ?eotty well packed, The competition in spolling (or Spelling Beoe) open to candidatos up to the ago of ilfteoen ga, rise to a lively and amusing oon.testi: wlh thte followineg result :--Thod;' Miller let, :William Alexander 2nd, Laura Phillips Brd. During the roet of the oevening a sncocision of solooe, vocal and instrumcntaln , was koept up anmost without i?teromnission The audioence o:wero highly grati floed with the whole, thing -so muchl, so, iih heort, that tharo were someao synptons manifos. ted of a wish to make tnothlor ovonaing ofl it. But this would have card'ed thie miattOr:doip into haltrday right,'whob ivwould have enc, in cinvaeiiit. Ileoro...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 May 1888
O1:IROI(ET .·-" ¶iiTo Kinni' teni iilo:iied fl oightlon Crock 0o hlafmlny htl to plny thie relurnl) mntclh, .1 t following is thei reslt :- ': IIIICll'1iION OCti'K ; Trnmbull, e.0.. Pitt, a ..,;.0.., .;v, ....;.,0....... O ]lev. Janes, .,.i.i .5.. .,.... .... 2 pronle?:, I .... :...?.. . .4., ". " ... 4 Lavogauve, 3.:; . l.ixo", not ot..;.:. cr,;.... . 9 Elti 'gaha t ?it 1: . I.. i .. Whadlbye, i. 0t,,. .. l rlow, to........ . . lardiner, e.. ...... 3 . CIhialolmi b* 0 '12 ABowlilg analysi.-Meark 0t for 1,t 'aljoi 4 for 21. hlrc Pio t. , b e , najo;,. c....... 0 13...13..* * r In m?hell K...e.. . .... 14o Eichlatalsont,tuotcunt .8.... 13... .88 team wilrl comprise the .owing:Mers SeimdrzCt At,...~:: ·I:: '~ ...4'· Forwickt o 1 - A mantch' will be lyunStudynxo ~the Chlurchl Poinlt bte, a teamfr~omn Ger· rinlgong amid theo K~iama C~.JJh Gerriitgong teamn will comnprlee tblfolb winguh:Esoera, Sp.inks (4), Miller, Taylor, Tytoy,. Di'' Drury, Omraddi?ik; Sprdoul, and Blow 'Kiiimn' will, ...
Hospital Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 May 1888
Hospital Ball. A meoi6ng of the couummitteO to carry out the abovo was held in the Conneil Chamber on Thursday, 20th ultitno. Piesent- Mofar8. Tyter (in the ehnbm), Russell, H. Stevenson, F. oendall, Phillips, Holbrook, W. Colloy, 0. IPrott, T. TIwe,. Y i. Savage, W. Finlayson, Ail OUrtiv, and 0. I. Sefton, After the minutes of, )irevious eoetihig had boon conhirmed, some un inportant correspondenee was read, With regard to the lighting, it was arranged to mako an efforb to purehase the Anglican Ohureh kcsrosenoe1ain pa, chandeliers, &eo, now that thero is a likelihood of gas being laid on in the church. The seoretarlos roported that Mr D; L. Dymnok had kindly. voluntoered to lenl about four dozorn Chinese lanterns for dooora tive or other purposes, The secrotarios under. took to obtain sample programeno cards with prices to submit at next mooting. It was also decidcd to got some spooial constasloes sworn in to assist those that Surgeant Brayno his kindly promised to send up...
Correction. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 May 1888
Oorrootion. In respoot to tho matter of the dostruitlon of trios, whiohl wis the subjuot of a paragraph in our. last issue, we have to say that theo ii. prossion dorivod fromn tho inforinltioii brought to thle meeting of ithu Council by Alderman L jve--mnd we wero at the tino in posauesion of no other information -was iln one respeot:not quitoe in acobrdanoo with faots, as wiv know froin sabsoquoil t inspuolion. The pairticular ilg tre eedotroyud-by the boe-huntors onil Wed nuodity liatwas not thoegrand troo which so' manily lperson have agreed to call the fitnest in thie ,distriot,. btit. another,, which - stood ',at ino griqat" distaunce from 'it.: ! WOe have,;io' iverl, notllilng.to rotrnot.am to.th:. doniorith ; of-thOi hlo, for stich piltry considoratioiui 'undortakl thd ddstrti6utio of. trooes which ard theo'ornaI niunts of our roads and the delight of all eyoes h/ica'tred niglt probably have lshared the filt of.ilo a h as oieinont brother, if h0e had boon aus poetod of harbou...
Gerringong Slaughterhouses. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 May 1888
* G::err1ugong B1oughterhiouna.p WVo hoavo baoo pub ho pos~osoion of a capy'of iipot~ioii hO ohou ~rloltfog by nfr, xV. R. ookto,t ~dgiilod 'by Hoono (O 01,. t7O of thro natoplhyoro· of' 'Gorriugyony, and ricidroud ol'to thu oRQflr~d Aldiniraon of that( tolo\tlh~lip1 jotuudtighat ogh ]LIS tlo autlon'of eoUOO lliu~rso io rodnsf vicinilty: in dlunouncolu hIct oatabllelnnoot nb pubto.' nuisance. It' will be rememboered that some .time since a notice of thhi appeared in our colu'mns ; but it would nlow appear that thoro is very little' if any, ground flo tlu complaint. It must be borne in mind that slauglhterhouses cannot be lioked upon as factories for the mak ing of perfumery, and that cau de Coloqie does not usually form a portion of a bntcher's stock in trade. At the best, and with all the procanu tion'and cloanliness possible, they will still be at source of annoyance to some ; but judging from the petition which Mr. Cooke has in hand, we are inclined to think that lila place is no...
Sir H. Parkes at Bathurst. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 May 1888
Sir E Parkes at flathurst. :Tho Flronlor dellivorod an nIlo spuoh allt Bath nurt Itho othlibr day, nid, among otlior :th liae told his audllonoo hov he woul :" run " a nows. paper, Woe lllllo oth xtrct fronu a report of tho npolch, and na tlio '1n, gontloiman hus had uotieo oxpeorlooo of Klainn, he pi'nlnly had- some, of 'h(o rount; jour. altlaltlio "omornaults " of tluif townl in ilA Illid' oyowlilll ho was spoantkig Io saldI "Now, I do not wlish to bo liudtleorelood, IL I woreo in olhargo oLf a groat newspanpor-anild I tulick I wfie in.tiargo of n, groat Inewspapor YoUr nago-thu thliib el hould t'ry .nbovo iall thligs to avmil would lie to gIveo pullol?y to soff setatoientt whlipqh wuo'dtitu'r olt to bie un trueo, I 'sholf souclt; abovo fill: otlhi h otolthlera.. tiotR, to oaietlls/le I?lo ropaltntion no' my pporp for sitltng tioe trthll nat lo toeiplatuoi to makl a sfonsntilon wot ld iiifluo io to nlaidw ronuia an inoufontionu t to aIppar' willtuitt ulliolont a ithlior. ity., 1 s...
Our Pilot. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 May 1888
S Our Pilot. Mr, WV, , P rtlio rooontly appnoilld Pilot at tilts station, arrivod hioro yostorday by stoninor. An ocoorronooc took pinco shortly after lil landing, by wlhich sonln of his furnilturo was dIamngol 'It appoihri that a horso and onrt bo logltin to Mr. S. Mnjor was on, thlowlhad' at tlih tlnlb, andl thlo lirsoo, friglitoenld at tlho stodeamer's whistlo, stai'tod off, and ranl ovor a tilo nand somo otheor tlhiigs bholonging to tho pilot, ' lio diingo, I howovor,: is ulight, and, Sit for tho ,innoyanloo ownHad at thlo Itinu, litlo oir no notlo 'would haiv' :booln taknii of tih aiffa'ir' *
The Drought. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 May 1888
Tho Drought: WVollonor?g is in iL erinent just nw, owingl to tli inesiflictiioy of its water asupply, in con. noctioin with the prescnt drouight;, ar'd we hear of similar complaints f'roimother points. The unpirecedonttid ldry spell Ihas led "ttny of Ithe ninniicipal anthoritios of.the colony to look the. thilig squaro ilt the fac?annd anslt is an 'ill wind that blow nlolodly good,." th ll-id r?iof, " Ilnie tI re" nmay bo thle nlionla'of etirri?i'ip ihomeo of thu ' latent " energy ylinlllolh nicodod intlhis die~ro tion.. Broughton Oriek is one of the iOSItly placos that is just naow:,.in a predlcanin t, we hoar, from this causepo, as we are inforoied that a resident of that township has driven 100 hnad of stock to Goulhurn, whero bith grazing and' walor ar', It is satid, to bo found in abuet daneo.
Proposed Trip to Europe. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 May 1888
? .roposed Trip to Europo. 1Wo learn that M1r. O. J. 1i. Watson. of tIh SloalLhaven News, and'son of the folinder of tlio~ lrpOtOrs Rt, Will leave for Europe next month, oni a trip, principally for the beonefit~: of his hoalth. Ou)r young friend, who has madoe ,is iniri in journalism on the Soulhf:ooast and in. other places, will, doubtless, keep his eyes open du~iig hi ~lp, whicl, his many friends in Kl .auia, we feel assurud, hope', wilil a uloensant and protitableo one;' Kchip off Ihe old block," lie is very energetic and'ilteful in his partioular sphere, and is deeorvedly. eosteeined by all clasaes.
Proposed New Taxation. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 May 1888
Proposed New Taiation. Cooniiderhble sidiiuractioni waa' expressod in politiodl chrols 'oz WVnducday at f0e prospool of tie intrdlfnatibn of. n logitimnato syaten of taxntiou. The Government . proposala a.r mainly in the (iIccion of' a land rather thinam a pmoperty tax. The one-tfxar Inm l a-tax party, who nra very atrong inl the itntilor-aeioalnlly ffhe WoVerfn diatriota--wili give their sopport to the proposnals, oven though they lane proper ty brankotid on to lanm. It ia anticipated Liat the diecneeioos in tho Aesemtbly on tie. monaenrd will ba bolt 'vigorone and inturoating. Tle opinion of thoso eupperting the prilroillu of deceitlarlisationn is thitt nothing practical in tint waycan I6 doea, even with a Lanal Gonern naiLt Bill, until tha maina Governmental revmauc la raieed fnron tie lad.
Kiama Brass Band. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 May 1888
Xiama Brass Band. Our lmsiocal boys," uldor the abloe tultioln: of Mlr. Tyter, are improving very uulmuth';aind are at prePvent enigagetJ, on their pracOtie atightl, nll'effert to roach a higih standllarl.of dliciendy for thu forthooming Cottage IIospital DBll, 'Thae they will renoer a good aoooutof dthtielm: solveu ia a forgoneo conulueion, judging froilh Ii manner in which they at preseont'?oquit the'ili-' anlves;and as tley hIaveo iearly 'a niilol'itoj( ahead of themll for practice, a Imusioel 'ti'etil. anticipated. Thisleoing Ilho oldest organisetiot of the kind ou th'e coast, wo should like tot6: 8?u; it lake its placo as the beeat provinciiiolnid amnolng thle lay that aro in oxiateuce in;tlio culony. .
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 May 1888
Obituary. On Monday last the Gerringong cemetery re- ceived — earth to earth — the remains of Mrs. James Miller, of Gerringong, who died in child- birth during the night of the preceding Satur- day. Mrs. Miller was about forty-eight years of age, and was the mother of a large family, of whom, we believe, five sons and four daugh- ters are living. The funeral rites were per- formed by the Rev. G. Heighway, of whose &nbsp; congregation the deceased, like the rest of her relatives in the vicinity, was a member. A large number of friends and neighbours at- &nbsp; &nbsp; tended on the occasion. — The remains of an aged resident of Kiama were yesterday inter- red at the Porter's Garden Cemetery by the Rev. &nbsp; J. H. Price. The deceased was Mrs. Mary &nbsp; Jones, the mother of the two brothers who have successfully conducted the livery stable establishment in Kiama. She had attained the &nbsp; &nbsp; age of eighty-one, and had res...