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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 September 1887

00MMERaIAL. ln3orr,-.-Largeo quantitioes to hIandnl, nd prioe hInvo again'roodod. Bisa; dairy butter is now 7. to 9d por Ib; factory 9d to Isa., "Bacon.-SI light imiprovwminnt. .:, OhoUseO.--Sulling wull at quotatiolns. Eggs,-Firm. Poultry.-V\ory high prices renliz ed yetur day at our nuction, sales. COhikon1, 2a "3 F fowls, 4s 6d ; oxtra quality, GS to 5s,d ; duccks. 4a 2d to Ga rd. .4 :0 Live Stock..Pigs sonrco; calvoessolling w?lk lMaizo.-Very scarco, ndvancing in price.u, a ti. D; '. A 8~. . · Buttor, por lb,,,..,.. 0 0 7 to 0 0 9 Ditto, second......0 0 0 0 .0 0 " Factory ...............0.. O ~0?.9 . O. - 0 B3acn (hand cared) 0 . 5 0 0 G0 Do.(iachinoeured) 0 0 4 ' 0i, 0 0 G Do(heoavy&rough) 0'0 0. ' 0. 0 0 Ianis (hand ourodi) 0 0G: 0'0 8f Do (machine curOd). 0 5 0 0 G Lai.d............ 0 0.3 0 0 4:! Clhoeeo................ 0 0 8 . 0 0 4. Ditto, accond......... 0 0 0 0 0 .0.'. Pig.s, aliv ............ ( 0 5 0 0 4 Calvos, oachl, ....... ) 0 0 '1' 8 Ilidoes, per lb ..a.?i. ...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 September 1887

DR. JOHN S. WILSON, IR.C.S. ENG., L.R.O.P.E., L.M. 1873, F.R.G.S. ENa., 1875, &o., late of Colllns-htrect East Mdflbourne; and London, Consulting and Operating Burgeon, "BRIGHTON VILLA," KIAM1, (Opposite Catholic Chapel.) ATr 1-IorE FORo CONSurLT1ATION : Mormings, 9 till 2, Evenings, 6 till 8. 9-14 87 THE REPORTER AND ILLAWARRA JOURNAL. PUBLISIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATUII)RDAY MORNING. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1887fr GRnur?MN SYnur.--No othor nmedhlino in thle world wns over glvon Auch IIa et of its ourn?lon qunlitioe ns Baloul a U iu' Grulan Syrlp, In throo y'ors two milllioi folr hiiirlrol tIIIhonund sinaI1 bottleso of tlis Iuiio(llciino woro distriutod frlee of charglo Iy the Druggists in the the Uiitorl Htatoe of America to tlhose nllloted with Coousiumptlon Atlhiln, Croop, auovlao Coulghl, PoiiunO111'o1ia nnd al othar disoneos of IthIo thliront nd ingKs, giving Iho nalllictled uiindouiilel proof tilnt Goruian tby: op will ou1ro Ilhm, The Ioilt hs. hoon thait Druggist,...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 September 1887

Business Directory. KIAnIA. ARNOLD, MISSES, (E. & A.) Dressmakers A Et, DIlt. WM., Physician nld Surgcoll, Market Sqularo . ATKINSONCI,t'DH' OS,, Bulilder, &e., Vine ,.~.Cottage, Dml]a-strool, AYAZA, A LEX., Nightmlnli and Cartelor, Man nilng-stroot, ARNIES, WILLIAM, llorso bSlloer& Geinoleral llacksmith, Teorralonlg-strot. EVAN, W. J., Tailor, &e., Terralonog fIROWN, FRANCIS, Tinumith, &c., Terra. Mi long-streot, 1i-ROWN, GEORGE, News & Genural Agent, M' Terratotug.?treet. ULLEN, GEORGE, Genoral Storekeeper' Iron & Tin Plato Workor, Terralollg-st. CAMPBELL, ED., Boot and Shoo lMaker, blaninlg~strooto -AMP1W ELL, ALEX., Auctioneellor, &o., Torra. C long.stret. r CrIN, PLUMTLE(GHI, Ilorla Shcor & Gonoral BlaclCHmih, Terralong.straet. CHIIN, MRS. P., Fruiorer, Manning.stroot, CLARKl, W.M., Boot and Shoo Makeor, aln ning-streot. " C?OCKS, W:, & CU,, General Storekeeoopers, Mlanluing-straot. (iLhEMAN &am...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 September 1887

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS, Wie learn Ihat Mr. F. M'CnffrOy weas on Tuedlay ovenling last electedr to tihe office of mnanger of. thie WVanghol, BlHtter Factory, theu position having been resigned by Mr. 11. F. Notlo. \Wic deshi to diroct attentiion to tile lverlisfe. tllnlt annlllonlllcing Iiat the aeceptancosR for the £50 tIandinpI of the Kiinaa Athletic ClIo close to lay. In ,ddition to the footracieg compopti tion, whicfh eannot flail to be of the most inter sAti.ng and even oexciting chlaracter, a furtlher program, and a very nttractive one, is set forth iht tie advertisinent. S E i1tries 1for the110 Interclooninl OCRvnlry 't'oniaimient, which taken place,at Sydney on Ih 1Ist of' Octltoer, olfnsed yesterday. It is ex: SIpeted that the list of .otilpetitore for the varliolls rvents wilt he large. We uniteretand that at least three memobers oftlthe coqrps of Illawarra Liglhtfllsen , mon reliditg at Albio. Palrk and Dapto, ? ke likely to take part in the conpeoi tions of the fIy mliti...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 September 1887

DIVEsGInNG for once from the local and colo. nial topics which most nearly concern our. solves and our readers, we may venture to make a few remarks on international rela tions, and the possible causes of that which would indeed, deeply affect us all, viz,, a war, which seems always possible, some times impending, and which, since " nothing is certain but the unforeseen," as the French aphorism goes, may possibly break out at a time and in a manner which we least anti cipato. As things stand at present there are two powerful nations which are regarded by the rest of the world as tihe half slumber. ing vulcanoes from which the lurid flames and devastating lava are most likely to issue, These, it need scarcely be said, are France and Russia. It is by means of a quarrel with one or both of these that the peace of 'the British Empire is likely to be distuired, if at all. But a singular complication of in terests, jealousies, and fears, thrown like a net over all the possible parties to ...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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A REMARKABLE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 September 1887

A REMARKABLE CASE. Unhpii~ the almve heleding the ouncraster Re porter' of July ith,,-1887, publishes the following in its edlilotial coils mh: Our renders imlyV reeall the ciIAcumotnce of n young clerk, named Arthur 1iichold, falling in sensible on the Wheatley Lane in this town som tnlie agl o, ind eing picked up, as he continued perfectly helpless, amd taken in a cnb by two gentlemen to the oflice of F. 1W, Fisher, Eeq., the solicitor who emlployed himi On re storing him to consciousness it was ascertained that lie was alllicted with what seemed to he an incurable disease. When he was able to speak lie said hI, had been to his dinner and was on his way bock to his work, when suddenly I;i head was in a whirl and lie fell in the street like a mann who is knocked down. On coming to his setuses in the solicitor's office lie thought what this might meani, and fnared lie was goiing to Ihave n lit of illness, which we ill know is a very dreadful thing for a poor man with a family to car...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 September 1887

W7ERLI~r ix. Rervleer will be naarhaaetedI in thn Wes loeyan Church, on bundnay next, an follows : Ktaiaaa, at 11 n~aam.-tela , t. 1t. OtInnann (tnnea. rat 7 plm.-tev. It. It. Bowee ,Tnaatarna, at Ii . m. nn-hIte. It. II. ttoaaaa Jnmalaaaron, ati 7 ip.aa.--itea. UIt. i, (Maiana Old IPlumae tat 2.9I) pa.maa. (terriaagaang, at. It n.aa.--Mr, W. Caocats. tlerrhtageag, nat .m7~~a.-Mr. WV. Cra~ank Faaernana, at It antm.-"Mr. IV. Cornafordt Waellianrtour at it a.11aa.-m,-rM I. Fitaatyneat.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 September 1887

Aune t1ouI'i,rnvjcn,- 1'nIio t lost UI(In~IJhlu iga iii thu worldt ar0 thIIor Ut eIrI('init 11t0111 I)f)om 1IytIeHJI aiid liv'r colmplanll ru M n, Ho1'ultty41 iiU per 011111 or theu pueio tru fih1ictu1t wiha theu twV (uiHUHLnlttl oil chi011 c ouil sUIteH S Iu1 Soiimu111rh11 Shuic I lufltl-atCIhU I hhilitnlul Coot VoloHR lo h ih ho. dl iir the luOrt, hIottt-i hut \Vtiilrhiiooh, glonwhig auuii hirt>ih pulpi 01t it "t i pit of 111.0 tituutuch, YuU ll (w t 111)11, 1 n rllnllJ 1,:tut 1( and ere acruoohih tiliiiii Iitmn th, uiiiiihitg up, oi tutu U itorcinthitt. IIIV141te fiiriu pi. hit Ith yoo r tUrns; got tioh et u ot 10 Ulo .Au0glt It'! Iwo. -Atol', 'f'l.n worst forlin' of Fevor, Prickly IToit Sililpoox, mi vienohi.o rapidly citried by lt.I.M 'tlUUfII' 1 'YlIltrtto 0llINi, " It otVed illy ff e, for th e fever laol fhilhled It sitrolil nhol f11o It." U. "flzierilld, Co('rrespulllttllt of llmch/e.fflerf G?Curdlin r, itll iAtllllbin. Alallllllnt IfMtoi.al teU I mllny eclf seod f 'with ...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 September 1887

CONORllEOATIONAT C0II.U1 CI1 , (Ill?IINGONO, Tih liv, (u. llcigwllay conducts servicuH every Sunday as follows : flerringing, lit 11 i.1.rl.ll 77 p.mIl, (Tlim ceiltnr requt?il tltnt theI vrious lergymno of tlo ainltrlet will for'dwllrd Smnl iiii eeiIOlts nI rf sirvlei hli eld1 fron Htimo to Ilne in tlheir clhurhno, which notliec will In all casesB be Iinserted graItin.

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ENGLAND'S NAVAL SUPREMACY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 September 1887

ENGLAND'S NAVAL SUPREMACY, (OOLoI'ST 'r, however, ignorant of British history, will hardly read without a feeling of pride and satisfaction the suljoined te. marks by a London paper on the naval strength of tlihe Empire-for on that strength depends the security of colonial trade, a con sideration which must commend itself with sufliolent force to great numbers of. persons who are quite indillerent to, or ignorant of, the history and traditions of the Empire,.) The following. is from an English paper: Had thoro been any doubt about the ox. pediency of a groat display of England's naval strength, such. as was presen(led during the grand review at Spithead, the accounts and comments on the events which have ,since been appearing in the Continental press would lie m6re than suflicient to set the question at rest. Nover in the history of .the world-according to a competent German critic-has there bIun assembled a tleet that could, for a momenrt; compare in lighting power with that which ...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 September 1887

DR. JOHN S. WILSON, ,.R.0.8S. EN., L.RI.O.P.E., L,.M. 1873, F,R,O.S, En~., 1875, &o,, Late of Colllin-sitreet Eut Melbourne; ind London, Consulting and Operating Surgeon, "BRIGHTON VILLA," KIAMA, (Opposite Catholic Chapel.) AT I-OMs Fo?R( OoNsuLATION : Mornings, 9 till 2, Evenings, G till 8,. 0-14 87 THE REPORTER AND ILLAWARRA JOURNAL. -0 PUILIIIEI) IEVItY WNIDSDAY AND SATUIRDAY NMOININO. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER{ 21, 1887. AN OFlrl Y'lCAl,-ThiN IH gol,'o to 11 An o1 yonr. No polit.oiul ioumltl for " P'lhnod Koniiltl " or " Itollulo " will holp kunop p 1lu Ilnllth nild RItr'uOIil oL' thIo VIIt InultitiludI whouc fnillh li plmnnoe on thlo glowing unrly p1romisea of olou tion yunr. Mhltituild do ul' inuh will nood A ro Ulnblo to(llo to tollu lp l tho HystOluiii n )lliur to worlkoff thi blha blood, it( ( la l r II roIuedty for 'l1111n1o 1ltOkHI rhellu tltttitHll, hiliufnIoiluH I , S.UH i . S~ ll *a ruItoIudy IN Dr. Holl's 131liwl. I, I hlia InIng fHtoo(d it lthlo 1l01l ol t1h linlto...

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THE HORRORS AND CURIOSITIES OF NIGHTMARE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 September 1887

THE HORRORS AND OURIOSITIES OF N1GHTMARE. A sirIeNcti physician has recorded a very extraordinary case in which thie nightmare attacked an entire regiment of soldiers. Dr. Laurent, the physician in question, said he was surgeon of the 1st battalion of the Latour 'd'Auvergno regiment, when it was garrisoned at Pal iii, in Oalabria. At mid night, in the month of Juno, the order to march with all possible speed to Tropea, forty miles away, was given. At seven o'clock on the following evening Tropea was reached, scarcely a single halt having been made by the way. The men arrived in a pitiful stato of ex haustion and fatigue, in consequence mainly of the intense heat, found their rations cooked, their quarters prepared, and, after a hearty meal, retired for the nigh]t in an abandoned monastery, a building much too small for their number, sleeping uponi heaps of straw, some in one room, some in othersi Just before occupying their unwholesome quarters certain of the soldiers heard that the...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 September 1887

TioE Parliament of tho colony, " after an unusually short recess," as the opetning words from the vice-regal mouth remind the two Houses, has boon re-opened with an unusually long speech, which savours strongly of that character of grandiosity which is un fortunately one of several wealknesses in the Premior's character, and which, as exhibited in the speech, allorded only too goood an op. portuiiby for critics on the Opposition side of the Assembly to taunt the Govurnment with having neither the power nor the wish to realise so amlbitious a program, So far as the present session is concerned, il has been well understood that thl Local Go vernment Bill and tIm measures for making " bonelicial changes in the law relating to the public lands," were to bo the t asks on which the Government would concentrate its efforts at legislation ; and it was and is tolerably certain that these two measures, if introduced and pressed forward with sin cerity and good faith by the ministry, will be a...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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CURIOSITIES OF TAXATION. III. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 September 1887

(Front All the Year R1ound.) III. Tun Plantagents instituted some curious taxes, One, in 1377, agreed to by Parlia ment, was a tax of " fourpence to be taken fronm the goods of each person in the king dom, men and women, over the age of four teen years, except only beggars." This was the " Tallage of Groats," and it yielded twenty-two thousand six hundred and seven pounds, two-shillings and eightponce, from one million three hundred and teventy-six thousand four hundred and forty-two lay persons, the return not including Chester and Durham, which kept separate accounts. This tallago of groats was afterwards super seded by a poll-pax, graduated according to rank and means. Thus Dukes were taxed ten marks each ; Earls and Countesses, six marks; Barons, 3Bannorets, and knights, and their widows three marks ; knights-bachelors and esquires a mark and a half ; small esquires and merchants, a mark ; and esquires without land and in prof ssional service, three shillings and fourpence. Judg...

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THE COURT HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 September 1887

T'l'nE CoUnr HouslE.--T'ho Iplstor in tho coiling of the K aina Court House is again tumbling down. W\\ do not exactly know how long it is since the mortar deserted a certain patch of hare laths which appears ill one corlor ; but; w obsorve thalt ot (1' patches are likely to follow hefore long. Weo cannot say whother this is precisely the fliehll timen that ropirs of the1 kin(d in quesltioll have hoen needed : but anxious as we are for the ocounomlicl administrationl of all public fundls, we auosat wish that the fllilLurO had boeen such as to noecssitatot a more thorouagh dealing with the saructuro thlm is involveo d in the partial ro-plastoring of It coiling. Such are the defects of the building in point of convoni .o0c10 that it is almost a pity its brick walls stand so woll na they do, fur ia complete collapso wouhld compllol the Depart?ment to erect anotheor huildinC , which it may be fairly supposed would be a littlu more collvenioent than the existing ono. Everyhody seems sens...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 September 1887

Jree Trade v. Protection. A I'UBLIO DEBlATI' will took plnco in tho ' Toemporanloo Hlll, Kinni, on WEDNES I.)AY, 28th Soptemibor, at 7.30 p.m., hotwotol hlt llntimbo8 of ( Ii o Kaltin m and Shlolllnrhour D)iviioln olf Song (if 'T1)mpdralnuo. ''ho il :1io0 ise cordinlly invitod. 0.24-87.1, For Sale. C01 OAC011BUl IDEll's nad 1Danokeniti it's Il181. v- II'NH, LIaso of Pronidee, in iioold town ni b'outl Couat, Splendid olhano for utnagultlo Wllllt, M JOHN 3TEWA RT, Atwetinmior. r)-21-87 Bltroughlto Creok. FOR SALE. 100 LondH lillot Firewood (Cliap,) 8 000 Pol't uaml nid I. , lhiO0 Split mid Sawn PallngH. 0?? 0 1'Foult hllot rd' iod Timber from 10s. Alm 10,000 Feetl T & O inu 0 x : 1 , O x ,, x l, x J,U , dilivried in lown flue of l't ihrgo. I, 11iNIY F. II0(D, '24-.7.4.v I.uillder aid 'u.'imbor Alorohanit, Wanted to Buy TrWO ACTIVE FARlt1 IIOI1SES, fit for plough. II. COLLEY, 9.21.87.2 Jamburoo. NOTICE TO OWNERS. rITHERE are four Poddies unbranded, and one Buill about one year ...

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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 September 1887

MEETINGS TO E H-IELD. ProfdA nnt Allanue nontoa Sept. 2R, nt 7.30. 'n. 12. L.O.L., inmet~ Oct. 4. at 7.t30 No. 115, L.0.1,., mlnots Ot. 3, at 7.,o. No. 77, LOI,., ilment Oct. 5, at 7 p.m. No. 14. 1,.O.T., mucl Oct. (, iat 7.30 ptn. Sone, To 'rempentoc, No. 27, ie..c, Oc.. 4, nt 7.30,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 September 1887

Business Directory. KIIA1IA. ARNOLD, MTISSES, (E. & A.) Dreassmakeor Al anning.etreot. ASHIA, DR. WM., Physicianl and Surgeon, Market Square. ATKINSON, THOS., Builder, &c., Vine Cottage, Dido.stroot. AYAZA.ALEX., Nightinan and Carter, Man ning??treet. ARNES, WVILLIAM, Horse Shoor & General Blacksmith, J.'erralong-street. 3EVAN, W. J., Tailor, &c., Terralong. s atreet. BROWN, FRANCES, Tinsmith, &o., Terra B long-street. BROWN, GEORGE, News & General Agent, Terraloug-etreet. BULLEN, GEORGE, General Storekeeper' Iron & Tin Plato Worker, Terralongat., CAMPBELL, ED,, Boot and Shoe nMaker, Manning-street. CAMPBlELL, ALEX., Auctioneer, &o, Terra. long-st reet. CHIN, PLUMLEIG II, Horse Sheer & General Blacksmith, Terrelong-stroot. CHIN, MRS. P,, Fruiterer, Manning-stroot. CLARK, WM11., Boot and Shoo Maker, aMan. ning-etroot. COCKS, W., & CO., General Storekeepers, Manning-etroot. COLEMAN & LOCKIETT, Cord...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 September 1887

PRESIIY IERIN. Scrvlcoq wllbo rondizcted in tihe Pro'iytorain Churche on R.idny niext by RIev, J, Winun u fulllown Shnllhnrbnnr, it 24110 pin. Jamnboren, fit 7 ptn.

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 September 1887

R E L I G I 0 US. CITUnRCT OF ENGLAND. Divine Rcrvice will I h c~nluil?td on SuIdlny next in tile Clhnrolh of EBlighlmld lChurcliH its follows: Clirit Clihurcli, Kilnita, it 11 n.m.-liev. J. UI. Price Cllrit.t rillrrlh, t 7 p.I11.-Itev. J. IT. Price St. George's, Olrrhlngng, lt 2.30 p.m.-lter. J. .l.Prico Services will hle condlcted in the Church of iEniland Jainberoo, jand Shliellihrbour, onf Sullilnt next, Its follows: Jambllerol t l1 I nt.llne. Joseph Yuiinr. SBhollhiirbour, tl,7 I.mn.-lRev. E, Crisford

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