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The "Graphophone." [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
The " Graphophone." Amongsot the many olhngeso and wondorful improvelnOlts of Illodrn tincs, we now hoet of nl invention whicli, if succassful, will abolish h.rdand.l so far r?n roportinlg is oneoornod. It $' ý0I11 | g - I n u- . .0,T,,?.,? h.ý-.. 'Graphohoophne,"! and.. i to be uosed for the purposo of transoribing roeportors' notes. One pbrson lponcOks into it tube at. one end, dnd at the othor cud. phonographio sigls are mnade in wax, which can be deciphierod by clerks or compositors. By tlhese means reporters will road off their notes without transoribing thorn, butSthe?'vvill reod so that clerks miay transoribe tliiii ns' rdad off. Thore is eolilotlitig niovol. 'niid singular iii the idea, but weo must' wait to htoar how it succouds before vonturing an opinion upon it, Nothing must hbo conidemned in those days of marvels and wonders because it is strango or wondorful. "
Death of a Clergyman. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
Death of a C1orgyman. We take from the Eveninq News the follow ing potice of the death of a clergyman not un known in this district :-The Rev, Charles Olden, \Vesleyan clergyman of Parramattn, died at 1.0 o'clock last night (Wednesday.) Mr. Olden succumnbd to a severe attaok of typhoid fovor, aggravated by bronchitis, He was amnal of oexceptional ability, highly educated, and a powerful proaoher, trainel at tie \Vosleyan In stitute, Bristol. Mr. Ohldn am rived ini this co. lony about twenty.four years ago, and has beon stationed In Parramatta for the last two years. Heo was 45 years of ago, and hles loft a wife and sevenl young childrmen. His decsoe is deeply regretted by the wholo commuluity.
Local Enterprise. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
Looal, Enterprise, We have been shown a pair of now coach lamps manufactured at the establishment of Mr, F, Brown, for 'Mr. Owen Malone, who runs the mail coaches between Kimna and Moss Vale, They are of very superior make, apparently very strong and durable, and the irat of the kind, we understand, ever at tempted in Kiiamn, Sydney heretofore being the reooipient of all orders for suoh artioles.i The material of whlch they are constructed is of the boat obtainable, and although there is nothing strikingly haudsuom about them, they are, in our opinion, just tlhe thing required for suol service as they are Intended. The cost is no more than is charged for similar lamps in Sydney.
POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
MAILS arrive at and dopart from Kiama as follows :-- AllVALS. At 10 a.m. daily (M1"onday.. oxcoplod.)-From Sydney, Moss .Valo,.lobortoan, nld Jamlboroo. At 12.30 p.m. daily (Monday exoepted.) Wollougong, Dapto, Albion Park, and Shell harbonur. At 5.15 p.m. daily (Sunday excopted.) Gerringong and Broughton Creok.,
The Land Court. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
Tho Land Court. A Land Court for doeteormining on applica? tions for conditional purchases, ote., was hold in theo Court House, Kiama, yesterday, at 10 n.m., having booeen postponed from the previous day on account of the non-arrival of the chair man, T. W. lIarriott, Esq. This gentleman and his two assessors, Messrs, Franklin and Eagar, examined the applications which had been made within the land district. The pro ceedings, however, had no interest for tho gen oral public and wore disposed of in a very short time. The applications were confirmed, sent for survey, or (as in one instanoe) disallowed, by reason of informality. Tho Oourt then rdse.
Broughton Creek Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
.Broughton Creek Agrioultural Soolety. The following gentlemen form the comnrittee of the above for the current year :-Me-?sse . H. L. Lovegroave, A. Cnampbell, A. J. Colley. Jae. W\ilson, P. 1. .Mortonl, Dr. Lowers, T, Gall, James Stowart, John Stewart, Geo. 'lhompeon, A. Frraeur, Charles Robinson, W. Kennedy, Jolhn Boxsell, It. V. Boyd, \V. Tomn line, John B. TIylor, John Gray, [. N. White man, George Priildh,, WV. Bailey, R. Wilson, L. GUoghegan, D. Fraser, and D. Boyd.
Mr. S. Major. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
Mr. S. Major. Attention is directed to the preliminary ad-: vortisoment in another column. Mr. Major lias but recently returned from Sydney, where he had been to lay in a superb stook of Autumn and Winter Goods. For variety and prices to suit the times we feel assured that those who need anything in his line, (and it embraces nearly everything from "a nooeedle to an an olor") will find all their requirements fully moet.
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
R E, L I G I 0 U S . CIIUtCII O IENGLANP. Divlno Senioo will lio oonduotod on Sunday next In (th Olhurcl of England Clturclile by tlho Ilcv. J. Ir. Price, as followsv- Christ Cliureb, Mlamn, at 11 n.m. Chiilt lChurch, nt 7 p.m. Cmalesp.roest, nt 2.8I0 p.mn. St. OcoI'go's, Ocirliong, at 2.3 p.in,--Mr. J, Iolbroolk, Borvinoe wll bno cnductcd in lho Culreh of Inglnndi Joaiberno, and SRbilllilnrloO,i on Sunday inext, by tho IVO. X. Crlmfo(di, n follow . " . .TJnmbCroo, at 11 na.m. S hcllltarbour, at 7 p.m.
Kiama Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
M Iiama IIospidl. A grand musical entertainnent is to be given at Broughton Creek on Wednesday evening, the 23rd instant, in aid otour Cottage Hospital. The peoplo of Kiama should feel very gratbful to those of Broughton Creek who have bien in strumnontal in bringing this thing about ;' and we have not the slightest doubt but that it will be well attended, as it certainly deserves to'b;,
Public Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
llIn6'Eo"[ur }O p'irj~OB o[: o!'obbli!Kbyp : Inonns .f; Tho projoc which wuits mot on foot somn weeks sinos" for the pu o plo rouoblig; by, iienna of n publio coumpuny, aI.tniro spacious hanll thal tny the town of Kiltunt possossoson at present, lihes Iot,u wo bolleo, ltldo n?ilch lblndwaly 1 and in tho present stalo of things goisurally, we canl. not pa)ofonsl uch' turpris& at the fiot; The lhntehsn of s~iloh a iprjet tllte n( ot booln in provsd,?u. we ntplr'eholend by theo itantion of tlh Sona of Tourqomtanccuo t onlhurgu an?l hilprovo :thllilrlull I suth ia wany as to ruendue It nde. quaty t'.o.tl roequitrounte ., iths lown for pub 'li n .son "bllos. - '. ,
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
WESLEYAN. Rlrvices will IWn inonintcld in lth Wealoyan Clhurch, on Bnunday next, nW follows - lnimn., it 11 n.m.--'yov. 0 . ,Ta.mei. Kinm. lit pi.m.--Teov. O. R1. Olasso.i. A Clllrcn'do ' e Renrico will Inlioe iaco at 2.nO p.ml . conduc tcd liy Iev. 0. 1. Jnamcs ia thio Venliiyii Clhinelh KIina, *Tinl)erooo , atll hln,--Mtr. ., Iilhiinn. arninleroo, nta ? pm.--r. . A. Siomonrlllo, Old Phleeo na 2b00 p.m.m-Mr. . aOmhlm. elrrlngrong, at 11 am.--Mr. "W. Conillford,. OCerrlngon', tt 7 p.ln.-]leav. O, 11. Tnlnca. .oxrolmintln t 11 i.ii.--Mr. T. Iolide, . Shieollhiarinr t 11 nm.--lev. 0. ilB hsson--(lIn Momo Iduin Rimlmoh.) Sldollhinrlolir, at 7 P.m.- TDivlno Serv?lo will Io condilucfcd on Sunday next, nt Mr, Kollo'u, Saddlebache, tt 2,00 p.mn., by
Mr. James M'Gill, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
'I'ho intnorciuo f'ibi'ii i tli ggotitl hmin,; ,who may be saidi to ho ..tho l fattdtit jii?h.arlck, will rzoi?etf to lar ;thi?t ois?oonfiood1 to hisl hod wit1h i allght .trooliio it'itly s.?Vo sin oorely mipo that?il :hilllnesin mayamt u)rosult' ii taything aooiio usl:arnd ithat ho cc itisooiil bo ahbit irgali?+ns; ioll rits ocor, = lllie+hrra' 411r.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
d Cnrtor, Man I Ti mnilt and Iron: woreltcr, T'along-Broqt. 0%ROWN, (GEORGE, Nowa & General Agent, ( Te, ralonig-etreet. o OC u LEN , GEOI& CE General Storekeepr,. bl ManMing-streot..;;:'?)?:t>" (1OLEMAN & LOCKEi, Cordial Manufao ' turcr, Terralong- sBad R UALAMiUS, ., Fis f ealoon, NJ ilnnging-stroct. ..,: . r .e-. Y, A., ouse aint, Pap.r-hn., g r J &c., Shonlhavon-troot. .re t . * : CO-OHNFORD, WALTE L ,,.uso Paintor. ai d Decorator, Terralong,. r" ge 't COUSINS & SON, Boot and Seioa Manufnoa tearoie, KiCama and prringong. .,; O HOKS, i0O1N, Coal Doealer, Bon Bong I1TEITZ, P I P, Saddle & iHair, ne Minker, S Miie ng.Htrot, .e ' *. ; . DElTIZ, Cl A RLES, Ieoro Shoer & GeOneral lihekeiiit!i,:leirraloing-stroct. .ITZl, P. J., Onrtlor, &o, Barneoy.etroot. TVWYER BllOH., (WM. & ED.,) Buggy Buil 'dcrn, l'orrnlong.Strcot. "YIIl, A. J. ('ato R. Blovinannot,) Tobacconist, J & Fruiterer, 'eorralosig-utreot. D...