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The Melbourne Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
The Melbourne Exhibition, The NowIA' GoooNIsT says :-Mr. John Allen, -forest ranger for the South Coast districts, has been engaged for some months past in the collection and arrangements of. local timbers fofr the iMelbourne Centennial Exhibition Some 'thirty kinds of timber are included in the collection, and Mr. Allen also intends forwardiig a large colleotidn of seeds for exhibition along with the timber specimens. The, work undertaken by Mr. 'Allen has been very tedious, thoughli inter esting,. as ho ii convinced that the exhibits .will form an attractive and important feature of the big show in the sister colony. Mr. Soceombe also intends forwarding some exhibits, including preserved native fruits which are no. to be found in Victoria,. Several tradesmen of Nowra state their in tention. of forwarding industrial exhibits; and we understand the representation of Shoslhaven farm and dairy produce at the show will be very creditable.
The Cure of Consumption. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
The Cure of Consumption. "Tuberculosis, if it be not too far ad. vanced, is curable by this method," Such (says an exchango) is the very satisfactory conclusion of Dr, IHerard, the chairman of the committeo which, fifteen montihs ago, was roquested by the French Academy of Medicine to experinment with and report upon Dr. Garcin's.theory that consumption may be completely arrested by the inhale Lion of the vapour of hydrolluorio acid. In the last fiftoon nlot;ths Dr. Ierard and his colloagues have treated ono hundred con, sumptive patients on Dr. Garoin's principles. They have entirely cured thirty-livc ; they have improved the 'condition of forty-ono;e the state of fourteen has not altered either for better or for' worse, and toen have died. And some of the cases,, be'it ioted, wore very bad to begith with. This is' xceedingly good news, Dr. Garoin was led to suspect that the vapour of hydrolluorio acid might be a specifico for consumption by his obser vations in glass manufaotorios...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
HOLLOwAx's ?PitOAS AND OIrIRnTa.?.-GIla Tidings.--romne costitutions have a tendenoy to rheumnlaiam,and ar,, throughout th! year, borne down' by its protractod tortulos. Lot such lsufferers Iathe the eofooald parts with warm briane, and aftorwards rub in this soothing Ointment, They will find it tho best enoans of lssoointa g their agony, and; assis'tod by IHollo. way'd Pills, the surest way of overcoming their disona. Morn need not bo said than request a few days' trial of this' safe and soothing treatment, by which the disease willultimnately be completely swept away. Paine that would make a giant ehudder are assuaged without difficulty by Ilolloway's easy and inexpensivo remedies, which -comfort by modorating the throbbing vessels and calming the oxcitod norvos.-Anv, JHome Items and Topics. -" All your own fdult, Itf yso remalnn wn you ou got Dr. Soulo's Ate'rican hIop bitter that Onever-Fail, -The woakest woman, smnllout child,, and' sickest invalid can use Dr. Soulo's American ...
COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
Q0Q0 L! GI~ A I South 'Coast rind West Oaildon Oo operatove Coimpany (Limited.) Following are the quotations: : s. D. £ a. D. Butter, per lb...... 0 1 0 to 0 1 3 Ditto, second....... 0 0 5 0 -0" 7 Factory............... 0 1 3 0 :1 4; Bacon (hand cured) 0 0 7 0 '0! 8_ Do. (machine cured) 0 0 6 0 0 ?k Do (heavy & rough 0 0 4 0 0 4 llama (hand cured 0 0 10 0 1 1 Do(machine cured 0 0 8 0 0'0 8 Lard.................... 0 0 0 3 0 0 4 Cheese.............. 0 0 3 0 0 4 Ditto, second......... 0 1 0 0 2 Honey, per lb..... 0 00 0 0 0.. Pigs, alive.....,... 0 9 0 2 1 6 Calves, each.......... 0 6 0 1 6 0 Hides por lb......... 0 2 0 0 8J Calffskins, eaoh...., 0 0 9 0 1 9 Tallow, per ton...... 14 0 0 17 0 0 Flour. per ton ..... 9 10 0 10 0 0 Ditto, secodd ...... 8 15 0 9 0 0 Bran .............0 0 10 0, 1 0 Pollard ............... 0 10 0 01 0, Maize, per bushel,., 0 2 6 0: 2 9 Whoeat, ditto......... 0 2 9 0 3 0 Chaff, per ton........ 5 0 0 5 10 ,0 Do, (Capo)........... 0 3 4 0 3 6 Oats(seed)...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
GERRINGONG DAIRY COMPANY (L1IMITED.) SIIAREU OLDERS in thits Company nr hIro by notified tht the FIRST' CALL ol'WO SHILLINGS AND SIXPIENCOI (2u Gd) por Sharo hIs boon ionde, eacli anionnt to be paid to tho Minagor E, 6, and A, C. i3anmlc, Grrin gong, on or bofore MONDAY, 14th May, 1888. ]3yjordor, M , J. HIINDIMARBBLI Gortingong, ., 24th April, 1888 . 1 I ODS, Constituents of the under ' u the public generally are spe ited to inspect his present STOCK recent additions to.,the Stock during the month of ril,comprise 84 (THIRTY-FOUR) PACKAGES of RAPE RY,,.x s.s. "Sussex" and "Bannatyne," to tgether with Colonial purchases. It is unnecessary to add that the stock is now not only the LARGEST and BEST ASSORTED, but the BEST BOUGHT and CONSEQUENTLY THE CHEAPEST ON THE :::WHOLE SOUTH COAST. ' As the business of the District is considerably overdone, and strenuous efforts are being made to establish factories, which is having the effect of concentrating business .'," in centres "whore compet...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
(FROMu OUR 00RREcPONDE cNT.) SYDNEY, FRIDAY. A aGNRnAL fall of rain is reported from the country, There is considerablo exoitement over the arrival of the Tasman with 150 Ohinese pas. sengers on board, A deputation waited upon the Colonial Secretary asking him to prevent their landing, and also to introduce prohibitory legislation, Sir H, Parkes promised compliance, The Oolonial Treasurer proposes to lovy a tax of one half-penny in the pound on un. improved values inl lands of the value of £.500 and upwards. The Premier intends announoing the rail. way policy gof the Government in the As. sembly on Tuesday next. London, May 3. Fuithor batches of 'supposed rubies from Australia are pronounced by experts to be only garnets, Sir James Ferguson, Under-Secretary of the Foreign Office, states that Germany has withdrawn froni the convention with Eng land and the United States for a settlement of the Samoan difioulties. It is alleged that the English Government intend granting leases and to...
The Khedive's Star. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
Tho Khedive's tar. The military decoration ktown as theo Khe dive's star, to which attention :has ntoly boon drawn owing to the arrival of the stars proaun ted to the membeors of the Su?dan Contingoet, originated, at lneat nasfar as the lEnglish army is concerned, with the tl vptiatr c?painlgn ofa 1882, in which ll 1ritl.hlli oldersn and sailore run dored sueol splulmlid aid to the Khedive of Egypt in suppressing the powerful robellion of :Arlii Pasha and the Egy.ptian l army, At the oonaclsion of thid boiot but bIrilli?ntt lnllpalgi the Kllodivo was led to see tis nalvihability of 'reoognising offilnlly the tinagtllicent servioe rendtured by the Briltsh forces, and as a utnse qoluoce the Klhldlvu's star was lastied to ovory nman whto hlid served in that camlpalignl, nitl had reucived the Queeni's war meodal for thI neattle The stalr was issed aftellr for tile Nile oamoniten of '84.5, and the Sualtmn anillpignl of 188.4 . and their servloues t Ott, lltllt thus elntltlo the inomberul...
Life-saving Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
Lifo-saving Brigace. 'Tho.nmemliersof tlol brigalde tut fof' thoil sacotd practice on WedlnesIday afternoon' ali)n 4 o'clock. iThe scenoe of operations was thi saine as bofore, viz,. tim shore at Adiln~'s lay The position of the Inaginhry wrueck fron whichl liva, wvro to be saved, was Ianrie~d na a spot on the rooks on the town ward siode ao tbhe inlet ;alil twelve lllusinira of the brigatde oinhuling Uiptain Softon and Liuutuient Kelly IIIUisterOId for the II elltouus work. The shIUar leoges having boon reot?edl, lines laid out, alid pulley blouks rigged, a shot.wns fired friom t11 " Glt.itnlortalr, wlilih carried the small lilb attached toit clani over the" wrlick, TheIi shot buiedo itulf in tlho grolltndl ontllO listano bIeyold T'lbo non ot the wreck prompitly suiedil thl opplortunity, lhiuled on the line, got the IhaweaO nurcse,id ad theirnd na liit fast. Thle lshore party then Ilallnodit:tbillt. over a bloclk riggel to the sheoar-lbgs, alnd .ikowiso inmadle fast raising the haw...
The Championship Boat-race. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
The Championship Boat-raoe. From a reliable source we (Illawarra fe.r cury) learn that KIemp is in the very..best, of health, and very conlidelt of being able ,tohold for New Souith Walleathe proud title ofL :,l pion oarsman of the world, lie is in. plef 1it trim, and our informant, who is a niiost conmpe. tent authority, says lie is sure that" KHmp will lower HaInlan's liag on Saturday, though lie ox paots to see a good tace. He says that if KeIhp rows up to his trials lJanlan will hiivo to be better than when Ihe rowed William Bench on the Nape , '.for le thinks that the present. clhampie ?l?in row fastoer now than the retired. chnol pi~.i, l then. I-Io Ia asn opportuinity: of ebeing Hianlan at work every day, and thinks 't Canadian is rowing up to his nunal form, ut lhoe is-nothing btttur than lie ought to oe, He thliksie Flanagani alone is not quite equal to hJo lask of properly looking lafter his charge, though lie confesses that Hanlan looks pretty well, and should row a good ...
SCREENINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
SOREENINGS. " ý` A ruLtro meeting was held in the vestibule of the Sydney Town Hall on Tuosday night, "for the purpose of advocating" lginlativo iaction as the only possible romedy? for the rtrribloovils of late business hours." " FAnnu?wcL proceedings in con.nect?e, with the dleparture of the Prirnat on a visit te E"gland took place at St. Andrew's Cathedral'oi?' . eveling, anld were followed by';ot!lorj?oe?eod igs of a like nature in the Chapteqr Ioeuse. Thc Dublin Freeman's Journ~i urgan tlio adhereots of nome Rulo to- xeroiseo patioence, and aheerts that the " plan of .aiiplaign l. i outsido the scope of the National oeague, 'which it points out, is not dondomnted by the Pope. ittm committee of experts appointed to "itiquiro into the qualifications ofthi applionltte gfor the Chair of Musio at tho'.Molbourno lnii.. varsity consider that the appliat to? areL below= the required standard. . , Sh'is anenoulced that there ina?otly ta sixty dany' uchply of water in:-the reservoire sup...
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
TO T.JI6 BDITOII.. Si?i.--Kindly opormit ino through tho col. itua o(f 'y5ui odifyuig journal, to oxtirpatooan uinwvuirantablo uld ialmost doftamntory ohilrgo, nid phIno l aorouimstiinos apporthining to tho Btnnui iytidptictlly buforo thoao of tho' publio' who nro fortunaito onough to poseos sango tld. enta, SDuring iyJ porusal In your papor, ol tho pro. coodling of thu last Couniol mooting hold atn Gotriugong, groat, indood, was my-aurpriao and dlBgusit ?hlon I porcolvodd that naoomplaint of a voery sorious lnturo lhad bhon lodgod agaiist6 our roepodtod townsinnn, Mr, Opnko, and tlhat ho wnas to roooivo throo mouths' notioe todiscontinui I'n ?ustice to him to whom justicedia uo;s. lnt, nalthough a disinterested individual; I caism ,lat I nm justified in, making this protest ngainst the Council's action, when 1 am cogni ant of the fact that what is described as being S"disgrace," is nothing more than a maro's S'" I am, &c., ,- . ... ... et. Apologiiig fo F spct.t A 1 T 11mll...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
ORR1STONDENOa. ir ie to bo tiWllotrxeod tlhat we mroly oflord to aorrepope Iotox theu oplortenily of oxproiwesn, thoir own opinwole on nlll tter of plblio interest and that wo aro I- no way ideoti tied with thoe oplhdotns.] /, 1O THE EDITOR100. 64 SmR,--Porhaps you can allow meo a small spono for a ofw romnarlks in contradiction of the assoer tion made into.dny's lndepolndent.to theo olfeot that " all the rates oollooetod in oneo ward must be spont in that ward," I think it a pity'that the separation movomont was not 'taken up by suomo de' better qualhiled than the bonibastio porsonageo who cmakes the assertion. I think anyone wishing tty.show. the contrary.. need not go far for proof; siled it is an faet' ;.which no ono can be fouiid bold 'on'lgih to d6onr,! t.hat the rovonue of the Jamboroo and Sonathl 'vards for the past two.years has been expended 'upon the nufortunate tramway in Torralonge.stroot, It is oortnin, if there is any faith to be attlachid to the last throo balaneoo s...
KIAMA [?] [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
Thre 00,1a0 ometi.ng inwa ith easveryli ~l. leeic foiuo.M? stance Jambho to wif, Mr. D. L. vonted by of Tuesday eova 7.31), tie uo wiro elev niIUnAberi M nr. A. Camipbell wis vo The minllute?s, as usl, e oM, firmed. The first buMfnss ;ivis the bearers for the car. Oser .this in.u .9A'J" was ? ery little (.?iireoace Of O)pinion. Mr. Dymn ol was re-elected s ? p.es idncit; Messrs. Rlobert Miller nod Arcl?ibaldt Cimtpbell wore chosoen vic-preidonts: Mr~ A Curtis treasu rer and MRlr. JamLs Sonmicillo secretary. It was p?oipoused thhii 'r AnuT Cameron, M.L.A., wsh tdy i) .o accepto the position of patron h lrp iosi ,. the commttee even tually deteruz·lnd *.tedolr Wthe matter to their next imoutin.. The moloae liitoroating itams oftho iorroespon deuce were iCs unlcr : - M? iessr. P'arce BI3o. wrbte offering to plant th:ilii',grolund withll trees. Th? cler was in strudtod to reply to thef oflect thatthie society was lhready in .poaoi lo.s.of treeos enough for thlepwihurpse, .e Mr. A. Biruc...
Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
Aooienfgt . A'Homowlhat serious anoidnt ocourreld ye?tor day at the Bolinbo quarriue about 9 a.m.: A inarrylilla of the namieo of Wim Stmilli was working with a singlo.hind.drill a.ittho foot of ai mass of large spaw;lswhich Ih t 'boon dotaolioi by-blasting from the faico of the quarry teha ob. joot bling to furtheir hbrak up the particular block ulion which Smith was .workiug, with a view to bring the gnoral. massn within renoh. The jarring of the Iatnmlor soon began to sbalke the looso-lying mass abovo; anid when i it be. cinoe ovident that the horivy spawls woro cott ing down, Smith, noohlg his dafiger, 'jumped from the stone on. whloh ho stood. in otder to pice himsollf in saf'oty. Unfortunateoly, his tlovoiunllt was in the wrotg: dirootion, and an he was gutting away, a hoavy spawl of throe or four hundred weight descouding from asbove, fell noroees his back and shoullors anl proessed hint to the oasth. oe was itmiodiatoly plolkod up by hil follow-wor'kmnui, boilng in groant pa...
Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
darnd of U1opo. As announocd on Sunday last, by Rev. Mr. ?iarding, ain meeting of those intorested in this Society was hold in the Wosloyan Sunday School room, on VWednesday avoning last, the object being the ro-organisation of tho Society. Ieva. Mr. Georgo, as Presidont, appointed Mr. W, Ritchie Visc-President, and Mr. John Rooks Seorotary. An addrass was delivored by Rov. IMr, Georgo, on the occasion, and it was decidod to hold their meinilngs monthly, the first mooting to take placo on the lit\t Wed nosday in the OurrInt month. A prograimmo will be preplared in the mneatime and presentod on .thlo avoing moentiond. Somo larnmony was improvised, nothing being prepared, anld a vary ploasasnt evoling was sppt. Miss O. Ilondaill presided at the harmomum and` roai darad some vary excellont musio. It is to bu: hopld that this slurggling Soolety will lmeat with the supporit an organisation of tlhe kind marits, Undor tle nw r. auspices, and iWith i? President so.well qualiliad to look aft...
Butter-making by the Dry Process. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
Butter-maidng b°~the Dry Proo?ss. What is called the " dry process" in butter mnking promises to effect'a groat inmprovement inl the prodlucti.oi of an article capable of re. tainl?g its s?'unid~Tes .during exportation. In his inquiries conneeold with the starting of the travelling dairy systeon in the colony (sany the Argus), the inister of Agriculture has investll gated cert ?'chemical experiments undertaken by Mr. \R? . Jones .of this city, who also cari6es on it large dairy ba ishnet ip Gipps lid. Mr. Jones has found byalicsical analy ais that the olaments of rancidityggra put into the butter in the proceuss usally esi" ployod to wash the buttermilk 'out' :All dairymen know that btiter will not keen unlessa overy drop of .buttornmilk, is .thoroughly taken out of it, and the oustofn 'I t?6'?-sh it out with wwtcr. It appears, however thliat,in wavshifig out tihe boulrmnilk, thi? wiat'r' used -is equally productiv6sTf unsoundnessi while the, new eye. tom is to press out the buttorm...
Sir Saul Samuel. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
Sir Saul Samuel. it was announced a few days ago by the Syd noy papors, that the frionds of Sir Saul Sam uul, with Sir J. Robinson at their head, were about to tendor him a banquet on the. occaion of his doparturo for England to roaulno the du ties of the Agoney-Genoral, or, as it is sometimos ,absurdly termed, the 'Agent-Gonralship. 1o :foro leaving, however, there was one other lit tel matter which Sir Saul thought it desirable to attenid to, viz :to 'niake some personal no quailtaneo with arnilnoral proporty.of.which he was the lawful poseossor, nad whioh ho know to be somowhere in tihe Jamboroo mountain, To this end hoe mado, by tolegraph, an appoint mont with Mr. D, L. Dymnook, whom he belhoved very jtiatly, to be tho likoliast person to facili tate the objeoot ie had ill view. Sir Saul San uul aecordingly arrived at the Kiamna torminus by the evenig train on Tuesday ; anid having' boon convoyed to the Royal iotel, was thero mot by Mr, Dymook, who drove hmi to Jan. boroo; and o...
The Oldest Inhabitant. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
The Oldest Inhabitant IIr, W.,T. Swan,O. j? pill, Dapto (nIany tlo Illirwkri a Mora ns to be t lh oldes rosidont of Illiawnrra, rvo.lived .in tho distriet loiigr thi r peison, - or doad. R?egardfl(1 . i A , ?rt whob in on alluded to il ti oo cmnit a timoro ceo as probably the olduut ruolodet of t liot, n(ow living, r, Swaii unya hoi can gi lgentliunan years, aint hont him for ht n ouar. Accoriditg to his stoatenient, wvhich there in no 0asoln 1 to doubt, ho bodantu a residenlt of Illat hnin a yotug 'lad, eoveral yours be'ore oltoria ain cotidet thIe Iritishl Throne, r wart did not runch hore for n fa? cif winrd. Mr. Jninos W\Vlltaltsni of i'itr Mondo,;; also 'lt a claiimant for lthu naid l ttiutloln, but Mr. Swati uonuidlrs thhat gentomnlu oancuot ooomi within years of hit in the redord.
The Aborigines. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
T The; Aborigines. The annual distribution of blankets ti:llo few remaining representatives of the aboriijinal inhabitants of the district, took plac on T is day at the Oourt-houso; The nominal timloifor such distribution is the Queeoon's birthday, Misy 24; but as it is possible, of course, that cold weather may, as it often does, set-in before that date, it was thought desirable to distribute-the blankets somewhat in advance. The anpplicants wore about twonty.oight in number, and coln prised very few "full-blooded " individuals, or who retained unchanged the wandoring habits of the anoient race. The blankets wore received as morl matters of course; and no demonstra tion of any kind took place, as is thu ease in somre distriots whore the recipionts are more nIumorous aild retain, more of their criginal charamtor than is the 2.iise in this part of the colony,
The Chinese Question. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 May 1888
SThe Ohinese Question. On Tuesday Mr. Melville asked the Premier whether itiwas the intention of the Government to take similairstops to that taken by Victoria with regird to a number of Chinese who wore believed to be on their way to this port? Mr. lUoytns said that, according to the latest returns, of 8000 Clhinaian - who had arrived hera during'the last three years 4700. had evaded paying the poll tax, 'hlis was more than half.. He stated this for the information of the Colonial Seoretary. Sir IHenry Parkes said :hat he could not, undertake to say now whetlher actiof would be taken with regard to. ;h?6Mlhinesa. likely to arrive here sitmilar to tli oen by the Government at Melbourne; but lhe might state thatwiwhen the vessel came to this port every precaution would be laken which 4the casa appeared to warrant, He did note think it would be expedient to state beforehand what steps the Government would take,