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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
MEE~TINGS TO'- BE I1LD. ?rotcotant AI1iene6 hioots May O, nt7.R0. No. 12, 7 iioata 8 fy 22, at. 7.80. No, pp, it.,, moot Mny 28, at 7 p.mn. No.9nL.O.L, moots N\ay 21. at 7.80. gob 140, LOTL., moota May 24, at 7.81 pan. On of Te mperance, No. 2?, mots May 10, at 7.80.
To Correspondents and Contributors. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
To Correspondents and Contributors. WE must point out to all who fa' .our us with CORRESPONDENCE or CONTRIBUTIONS intended for pub lication that, for very obvious reasons, we must adhere to the invariable rule that all such communications must be accompanied by the Name and Address of the writer, not for pub lication, unless desired, but as a guarantee of good faith. We shall refuse insertion to all communica tions likely to be offensive or to give pain to piivate individuals, and shall hold ourselves at liberty to ex cise objectioiable passages from contributions or letters
Collision off the Isle of Wight. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
Collision off tho Islo of Wight. A disnstrous collision took place on the 209th ultimo off the Needles, in the Isle of Wight, between the steamoer Moto and tie "p Smyrna, 1305 tons, The latter was for Sydney with a general cargo, Theo was thick and hazy at the time of . The Smyrna was struck amid own to the water's edge, She untos. Boats were lowered saved 15 of those on Troo of the crew eto. Twelve per. woro drowned, Spilot. The o casual. ht that out of tho 2000 boys who aton of tho Vernon, tho noroont o hvo gouo astray wonld bo minall. rickott in prIssing for tho for stake of £250 appeara to ho in Sydnoy. 'llilnont is dotoruinod to ndl in that colony, and glihan aro to ho sent bacok Mr. Burrows throlaone ry poworful war voasols, in cs00 of war, CI EATS, n to writo tho bogil. in articlo, annd thoa lit, that we nvo(l rall nlttention to loan HIop Biltors Hiblo, to indific 110o one who ything olso. iinao, u f ol' ,At uchoia, sure - hon (U1 11HN IM I 'm
Lord Palmerston and the Butcher. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
Lord Palmerston and the Butoher, Lord Palmerston, while olectioncoring at Taunton, was greatly troubled liy a butcher who wanted him to support a certain Radical policy. At the end of one of his Lordship's speoeches, the butcher .called out: "Lord Palmnerston, will you' give inc a plain an. swer 1": After a slight pause, Lord Palmer. ston replied : I; will." The butcher then asied : " Will you r; ? iill you not, support this measure--a Radical bill '" Lord Pal m'erston hesitated, and then, with a twinkle in his eye, replied '."I will- " Then he stopped.., In mediately the Radicals cheered tremendously ; "iot,"' continued his lold sihip, Loud Conservative cheers, When these ceased, Lord Palmerston finished his sentence; "tell you."' .He then immedi atoly retired.
Branch Lines. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
Branoh Linos, The Government have under considera tion the question of the construction of two short lines of railway from Homebush to Stiathfield, and from Tompe, on the Illa warra line. Should the lines be constructed, facilities will be given for the shipment of coal at Long Nose Point, sidings will be constructed, and the necessary buildings for a coaling station Awill be oreoted. By this mneans coal could be shipped from, the. Illa warra, the Great Westorn, and thi7 Hoinme bush and Waratah lines.
The Tunnel at Bald Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
The Tunnel at'Bald Hill. The long tunnel at Bald H3ill 'ivill soon be completed and then nothing will, remain to be done on the middle section of the Illa warra line but the finishing of the nepessary earthworks between Stanwoll Park and Olifton. :It is expected, that the line will be ready for-opening early in September. Ot? ford, whioh was for about two years, one of the busiest centres on the Illawarra line, is now almost deserted, skeletons of huts and ruins of brick kilns being the solo indications' of its former prosperity. A largo number of men have left Otford recently for the. great silver:field at Broken Hill.
New Dairying Company. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
New Dairying Company.. We learn from the NownA COLONIST that the Kangaroo Valley residents have started a company to be called th " ' IKangaroo Valley Dairying Co," Tho promotors are influential men of that part of the distriot- Maesrs. John Randall, George Tate, jun., and otheris The promoters of the affair have been successful in dairying pursuits. The torms offered are very easy--2000 shares of £1 each, 56s to be paid per share on applica tion, Us on allotmen;, and the balance as found necessary. Mr. John Randall has leased a piece of land for the purpose on easy terms and in a good situation. The. promoters have each taken 100. shares. Other large dairymon have promised theiir support iintaking shares and supllying. . :
An Underground River. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
An Underground Rivor. Some thirty miles from Braidwood a re. markablo discovery has been made of ail underground river at a depth of about 75ft. The hole through the earth to this stream is only just sufliciontly large at the surface of the ground to allow of a slender person being lowered through it, but as it proceeds down in a spherical shape it widens out as it reaches the bottom, where the river flows. The stream is represented by those who have been' lowered into it to be 20 feeoot broad and about 8 feet 6 inches in depth. The walls on each side are snowy white and open out to a considerable width, covered in with a cupola or dome.like roof at a height of from 20 to 25 feeot. The water, is said to have a current, and the stream is thought to be a rivor and not a lake. It is possible thlat it may have somo connection with the "Big Holo " at Emu FTlat,
Rifle-shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
Rifle-shooting. At, tho riflo shooting,' oi' Wodnoeny II4't, eorgonat J. Suwoll, won tho urown badge. Pri. yatIonJorvis and Goonhogan scored for mn)arko men's place, anld Privates J, Piko and I. Ml'Dtf, lt nclass; Privato J, .\llne, socoud do,, and Privato Onwpboll third.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
':Tni Clhinese question bids fair to become, if indeed it has not already become what, in phraseology, due originally, we believe, to Mr,r Gladstone is now commonly called a bt'nuriiing question," If a play upon the words may be admitted, theore seems to be no political oomploa~~'kdfrom which a fire bands sentimental, traditional; antna ? thle, ýi*hioh at .prseilt unite-as we hope they minay long continue to unite-the Australian colonies to theo mother country, It would sorii li;wover, that.Strongrr "languagen and moreovigprous nation than any yet mployedl wiill benecessary to indueo:the British Go. vernmo nt to take.such steps in, thbi oovon tiourisl diplomatic line, is.will be necessary to0 secure the permmnent. preodominance of thel Britieshrace in these territories, a pre. ,domiiiani e otni which ,he o6htinued e?istenice of thei Impeial coniectioin inust?;o'f co'rse, iultirmatel depend;..:. , .;h.Th'toino adoptedby .tho British Colonial cflo.ein -refeoi eneoto thlis qustion is b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
DR. . JO1IN S. WILSO,(N, M,R.O.S. ENa., L,R.O.P.E., L.M. 1873, F.R.G.S. ENa., 1875, &o., lSte of Colllia-stroet East ?eolbourno; and London, Consultng and Operating Surgeon, "BRIGHTON VILLA," KIAMA, (Opposite Catholic Chapel.) AT IIoME FOR COONsULTATION : Mornings, 0 till 2, Evenings, 6 till 8. -------------- THE .REPORTER AND ILLAWARRA JOURNAL. . P.UBLIBIIED EVERY WEDNESDA. AND SATURDAY hiORNINO. SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1888,