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COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 September 1887
0 MME 0 IAL. South Conat ndl West OCamndoen Oooporatvno Colmpany (Limited.) Following are tho quotationi £ a. Pi. £ B. D. Tnhttor, per l ........ 0 0 6 to 0 0 8 Dillo, second. ..... 0 0 4 0 0 6 Fnctory. .............. 0 0 8 0 0 9 fDacon (hand curoed 0 6 0 0 6G Do.( macinoe urc() 0 0 4 0 0 C Do(heanvy& roiugh) 0 0 2 0 0 3 Ilnln (band curad) 0 0 0 0 0 8 D)o ( hinco curod) 0 0 5 0 0 6 ................. 00 8 0 04 Clih eoo................. 0 0 2 0 0 4 Ditto, Hcomnd...... . 0 0 0 0 0 0 'ig., alivo........ ... 1 1 6 2 0 0 Calveo, oncl.......... 0 7 0 1 0 0 lidl, 1e0 lb........ 0 0 2j 0 0 83 Call'fikind , onol .... 0 1 0 0 1 6 'JT'llow, pur ton ...... 14 0 0 15 0 0 ?nizo, por bushol... 0 4 0 0 4 8 Whent, ditto......... 0 2 10 0 8 8 C(Jnfi, per awt ...... 0 4 5 0 65 ]lniloy (Ing.) buih. 0 3 0 0 5 6 D>. (Capo)........... 0 3 8 0 3 8 ()Oat (sood)........ 0 2 .2 0 2 4 Do. (eood).........,. 0 2 3 0 2 6 'ilione, pur ton.,..... 0 0 4 0 0 llay, i ton..,....,„ 2 0 0 2 10 0 Dito, lucro.......
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 September 1887
NOTES AND NEWS. There were 15,000 persons at tle Itandwick Races on TIuodany. At a toesting ofl the Opplsition tiembers Mr. G. It, 1)ibbs was elected leader. Ilnian, (ho Cninadia namrsinan, nrrived in Sydnev by thle Zenlnandia on Tul'lhrsty ioriing. A strong C escort of polico accomLlpanied the Chief Secretary for Ireland (Mr. A. J. Balfour) on Iis visit to Londonderry. Tile Londor. Standard does not consider thalnt (lre New South Wales tariff gives the intpres. sion of progress in political science. It is tot improbable that thle G(overnment will be strongly attacked by tie Opposition with regard to their land restanptiole. Mr. Angus Cameron, M.L.A., is to bo noini anted to the ollico of Chairman of Collmeittees during the present Parliamuentiary session. In thie Legislative Council on Tuesday, the adoption of the Address-in-lteply was moved by Ilr. Joseph, and seconded by fMr. Sutitor. The Addressini-.lleply was to be prIesented nIext afternoon. In the Legislative Assemnly yesterd...
SHELLHARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 September 1887
SHILLIARBOU1 , (r?oM oun OaiaRc?Ir'soIN'eres ) IT is not with unmixed feelings that the people of Shellharbour learn that £1000 is to be spent by the Government in repairing the road from Kiama to the Minnamiurra. Our sympathy with the Kiama Oouncil prompts us to exclaim hurrah for the libe rality of a benevolent Governmeont in takinlg this matter up. Our feelings are modilied considerably, however, when we reflect that the railway trallio cut up our section of the road almost as much as that on the'other side of the river, that our aldormen being unfottered with a heavy debt, have, like men, who are alive to the welfare of the travel ling public, expended a considerable amount of money upon this road, from the bridge, northwards, and have made it one of the. best roads on the south coast. Oansequontly we are unable to go. hal in hand to the, Minister for Works and ask him for a grant to repair it, as the work is already done. An experience such as this'would seem to point to a now ...
FOXGROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 September 1887
'OX'ROUN'D, (F'ROcM A CORRESPONDENT.) A COMPLraicNTAIIY farewell tea eall presentationi to Mr, Swan, onr muol respected school teacher, was given on Monday evening last in the school building. Mr. Swan came to the locality some two or three years aro, and at that time there were only ablout 20 childron attending the school. Since then, mainly througli htis indlo fatigable efforts the atteondance has gradl ally] increased fully threeoofold. Seine little tine ago Mr. Swan was successful in passing an exal i nation entitling him to a school of a hIighur grade, and one havinlg recently beou offered to Ihill, l-ho thought it his duty to accept, Conse quiontly, ill anticipationl of hics early remloval, his nulmerolus frioeds aclid well-w\itlcers decided to slhow their aplroval of his excellence of charaoter and success as a teacher, by entertain ing hiin as before mentioned. oetlwoon aniid G o'clock on Moneday revening people were to tbi seon gathering from all directions in theo vicin. i...
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 September 1887
LATEST TELEGRAPIIC INT. LLI (?,noM OUR OWN OORRinsPONDOiNT.) SYDNEY, 'Friday, 7 'p.m. A lunatic named August Wills was', brought from Liverpool charged with the murder of his. mother by throwning. hoer down a well'. An engine driver on a tram motor was killed' in Olovuland-struet this morning, the. motor passing over his body, wtitihc was ter ribly mutilated, It is rumoured that Aborcorn has com- plotoly broken down and thero ist little pro bability of his starting for the Victorian. Derby, The cattle market closed weak : boest bul loonks averaged £9' 2?;?othors from. £ 15s ;; sheep comno down Gd to 9d a head ; morinos. 13s 3d, others from 7s, Tile Assembly sat half an hour yesterday, only formal business was transioted. One feature of the Amended Land Bill will boa red'uction' of the area of conditional purchases, within cortain, districts to 320' acres, A movement has been started for the. formation. of a branch of the Royal Navab Reserveo, Mr, Buchanan, stipondi'ry magistrate,, w...
PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 September 1887
PARLIAMENTARY; Tire business in the Legislative Assembly on, Wednesday was principally the election of a Ohairman. of OIbmmitees, and the passing of the sessional orders. Mr. Angus Omnr' ron was elected Ohairmnan of Committees without opposition, and, the House then pro-. coeded to consider the sessional orders as they stood in, the namen of the Peomioeron, the notioe paper. In these some important alterations upon the practicen of Parliament as hitherto observed' were madie. The House decided that instead of meeting each sitting day at 4 o'clock in the afternoon,. the hour of meeting should bo 3 o'clock, and that in stead of sitting on four days in the woeel the sitting days should be limited' to three,, Friday being omitte'l from the sessional order. During this session, therefore, the= Loegislative Assembly will meot at 3 o'cloecl in the afternoon on Tuesdays, Wkdnesdays,, and Thlursdhys: in' eaclh weolc. Sir Henry Parkes has, apparently dhcidedt' to make the Local Government Bil...
SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 September 1887
SPORTS. Tim evont so justly and extmesively interest. ing in ll ATli'iriri SOnISe, which is sol down for \\Wdniesdny rlext-wo [Imoan the handicap footlrace forM .£50, with the subsidiary " evonts," of which nlrntion hais liorn made in these columns, will, doubtllss, draw a large concourse of the dwellers in tih dis trict and others besides, to the ground at Marsden Hill, which is to be the socne of the s'veral compotitions. As concerns Kianma tie probahility sreems to be that thereo will br by common conseut, but without proclamation, a general half holiday, and all the usual ncoompaniments of such an oc casion, music and refreshments, will doubt. loss be found there. SomeI final arrange ments-especially the drawing for hoats were to take placo last evening at the Royal Hotel. The commnitteoe desire all in tending competitors to take note of their in tintion to enforc the rule which requires that running costume covering the leg down to thle knee should he worn, Th'e entrances for t...
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 September 1887
LOCAL AND DISTRIOCT NIWS. \Vi. iotio ? thi fit llrst plivite paying tliatielt in tlheo liniina Colt ngoe 11spitl inirlo tihe oaio of Dr. \VilHon, i fter a four wooks' reai tldor, loft for hor Ihotne on Th'liurodly last, curetId, I\VrI'I',l Ithe 13 o ullarryminllill whtotuw cue wa formlierly rulerred to oat one of axt(?I? lva frtu. lltro of Ilto skIl, nd hIites of thel righit log, anil for whlleln lDr, \Willson w\ts ratiltitul ?ts coi uilllnlt, is H towt ablo to sit ip ill had. A ll'AIUIII itI whilh Wu canllot oi00011nt for in theo atranglnllonl t t'o al supply of aipplements, nlompls its to publlulii ouIr ape'Lntolt tiltU wtVitlhoult thllt tappontlttea. \Va octn only iprtrtlito oiur ruolturtae s It before, thatl they shall hiave thllir full iiodiodlItI of tIhe nrticleu \tl'hii iho supply is to htlllll, W\' tlbiAervo thatl ano anptol to Ithe llotaovololnt (iof aia is madelo ill iour liuol contaiporary on hohaIlf of Ilit smlnll palllent alt the hospital, Gelrgo Hollnlilld by tnloti, w...
BROUGHTON CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 September 1887
BROQUGHTON CREEK, Tue RAILWAY.-The Broughton Creek h]ail way League are hard at work, and a poetition praying for the immenodiate oxtoncion of thie line through Gerringong and the " Crek " (the real milk country) is being numerously signed and will be presented to Parliament soon after its opening. Nowra, Central Shoalhavun, Gerrin gong and Kangaroo Valley people have been asked to co.operate in the muovement. Niow NAnme. - The Dobating Society at Broughton Crook last Tuesday discusseod the question 'of a name for the township, and it was agreed that it is desirable to drop the word "Oreoek " and call the place Broughton. It was also decided that a requisition be forwarded to tihe Mayor, requeosting him to convoene a public omeeting to carry into practical effect the reso ]ltion arrived at. We have learned that the Mayor has convened a public mmettihlg for Friday next, 23rd inst.-Shoa/lhaven News, 17th.
ILLAWARRA TURF CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 September 1887
ILLAWARRA TURF CLUB RACES, Titl ftllowingm nro the noiminalione for the pril oilp l ove?ls in connection with the above rdces, which bIre to be run on the Jamberoi Cours on October 5 and 0 : Publicani' Puren.-Plaintiff, Neptune, Iope ful, The Star, The Bass, limperor, Dunutoro Maild. Shorts lHandicap. - AnnBomnont, Plaintiff, Noptune, Panltloon, Mliss Rapid, Princess, Em peror, Struplion, Chlni.o. I:lawarra Turf Cub IHaindirap.-Plaintiff. Amusemennt, Hopeful, The Bess, Nigger, Dun more Maid, lSuporor, IUnniand.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 September 1887
T1he torot fo:::o of FvOer, Pricldy hloot Shionlplox, ane Alrnald s h e lco repidy eured by i'OcuOIl'K Evtt'oc'co so I~c,: ' It uso l miiiy life, Iu Ice fever hina olbtniccul a ccctronlg cimid oni Hne."- CI. ic'iteercld, Cloorrccpocucleent of Jhcclrowosto Guardian, iin A ihelnin. AIccelcnalt coc'dicel tee ticilony ciicloisoec wvllc nchi botleo, It i e coru for Ciiolo i n'c nd releviewrcvc of most discosco icicieit to 'Tiopiccel nil Oc!oicinl life, lenl niec thirst iin cc ieimaeiic le cmanneicciir cncti cooli cncci vitelisoe t(e bllood, J. S. Piludy IEcq. wriIes: " I would etiecr go short of nccyticicg thon thciv iicv'ucc'.lliniicg trovoller'c Ifrioec.-Adv. 0115.813, PROVIDENCE Ilolp?s thoeo whio heIlp thomnolvon, Niaturro h .n pro vidml hIorls for thie emu of httullllallt lllnonts, itl| ierdllI ocleanto ha.n discovered thlolr healinng powo·r, I|11( thal't rl oor eOlllbrilttitOIn nIOroiRyI.nl) c11 C)lint ltF dlsoaso, Thlu roult oE thauo dlnutorils an ud cunnilu. ntions in Dr. Bell's ...
A REMARKABLE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 September 1887
A REMARKABLE UASE. UNilit the shore hIadhlil the DJOwatrsfce Ce porter of July Otll, 1887, Ipulliehes the fIollowillg ill its ediltoril coltmts: Our renders llmay recall the cilcumlstance of a youlig clerk, nttaied Artlut RIichold, falling in sensible on the \Wheatley Lao in this town solmen time anuo, andt heint picked up, us Ie continuedl perfeclly ilples, aid taken ill a cnl I1y two gentletnen to tle office of F. W. Fisher, Esq., the solicitor who employed himn. On re storing himi to coCsicutsness it was atscertalined that Ihe was afflicted wilth wlhat seemed to be an incurlable disease. \WIhen le was able to spotk hIe said Ile had teen to his dinner' and was ont hiie way hItck to his work, olwhen sllddely his hIeaod was it a whlirl and hle fell in thle street like a mtan who is kniocketd dotvn. On colning to hIis sentses in the solicitor's office Ie tliought wltt thlis might mean, atd ftored hIc wtas going to havre a fit of illniess, which we all kniow is a vecy dtlreadful thing...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 September 1887
WESiLIX1AN. Rimvle's will lie conilijloil In Ilo WcoalcyOO Cleuroli, on Sunday ocot, nos follows : Kiinoln, ot. II odol.-ll~oi' IT. Yooog~lnoOO. KICeltna, it 7 pio,t-llav. If. I'~,IolOlrlliI Jnt~l)QioOm, 01.11 o jo-Mi'l. IV. CactiH Jiiiiilwroo, II1 7 ,,.-MI V.Loofr Old l'llne(. ot, o .31 po.-M~r. 'IV. C~o~ls. crlriogaiolr , oltT 1e.eii.-Mir '1'. Ilolll~l Paslnlllrloeeir at 7 1;,ol.--lleV'. C1 I. Cllnaooe r lir. 'IV. corifrcla will cojlollct.~ srvlrn it~ Mi,· 'olulno' Saddlolniel, noSio ulany ocol. al lila0 11.01.
VARIEITES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 September 1887
VARIEITES. An art critic, describing a recent colleo" tion of brio-a-brao, says: " The visitor's eye will be struck on entering thle room with a porcelain umbrella." A polite advertisement appears in a Paris paper. " A young man, IILOnUE, with a brilliant future, desires to marry young lady of from eighteen to fifty.four, with good income." A bookseller who invaded the kingdom of King M'Wanga of Africa, was captured by order of His lMajesty and sliced into seven teen pieces, The man was selling a fashion magazino, and the king has 1,000 wives, Mistress: " Have I not fordidden you, Mario, to entertain men in the kitchen 1" Mariu: " Oui, madamo; but ze voice zat your hear ecs not a voice of a man," ,'iistrcss: "No '" Mario: " Non, madame; eet is a police constable." According to the statistics given in the " Municipal Companion and Directory," an! based on the returns of the last census, tho mnost densely populated town in England is Falmouth. The area of the municipal bor. oughl is b...
ENGLISH HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 September 1887
fNGLISH HISTORY, [M[uo is hoard from timo to time of the want of acqunaintnnoce, on tho part of the British publio, with tho oolonials and colonial aflhirs, Tlho ignorance of colonists, who havo not thomosolvos como from the old country, reganrding British history is nat least as aonspiouous and far mloro dlisaroditablo. Thu following oxtracb from an English pub. lication oontains somo wall douservod stric-o tures upon this ignorance, and tho muoh wnantud systems of "education," of whioch thallnt ignornnauo absolutely:forms a pnrt,J So far from E?glislh history, as thle com mon horitagu of our race, boing chorished in the sehoole of Viactoria and Now South \VWales-tho oolonics oontaining moro than two.thirds of the population of Australia-it is absolutely t?abooed .I For aught tho young Australian knows of thel gront past which malodu our racu what it is to.day--of Clec glorious memory of those who "still rule our spirits from their urns," of tho heroic deeds of those who shed their...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 September 1887
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PRISON LIFE IN SIBERIA. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 September 1887
PRISON LIFE IN SIBERIA. ["SerNT to Siberia" is a phlrase to which many persons have learnt to attach ideas of indofinito horror. The following may tend in some degree to correct and modify those impressions]: Prison life in Siberia is of many varieties, according to the offeonces of lifferent indi viduals and the sentences which have been decrced in their cases. 'The lowest sentence is to simple banishment for three years, and the hardest to hard labour for life. The simple exile without imprisonment is ap. pointed to live in a certain town, district, or province, and he must report to the po lice at stated intervals, HIe may engage in certain specified occupations, or rather in any occupation whichl is not on a prohibited list; for example, hle may teach musio or painting, but may not teach languages, as they aflerd tihe opportunity for propagating revolutionary ideas. Ie may become a merchant, farmeor, mechanic, contractor,. or anything else of that sort, and it not frequently hap...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 September 1887
AN advertisomilnt in our issue of this dlay gives notice, that a meeting of the Kiamua Rilo Association takes place on Friday, wlhen the annual compotition for co'rtain prizes will take place. \Weo likewise observe in another journal an announcomnlont that a ldozen or so of recruits are required for tlheo Kiana a iflo Volu;teor Corps. In these "piping times of poece," it is not easy to maintain among a population whose mom.n bors are, as a rule, pl)rtty fully occupied with civir, businoss, each in his own way, any very lively enthusiasmn for the routino of military organisation and discipline, though the molre showy and exciting inci. dents of " soldiering " may he oapahlo at any tino of oreating some oxoitemont; and the chlance of winnling a prizeo can liklewise oexertl, some stiinulating inlluenco, In tihe history of earlier times it is soeu how the peculiar military organisatioi of a bodly politic-say a feudal kingdom, has usually beemn main tained by the members of a dominant cl...
CURIOSITIES OF TAXATION. IV. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 September 1887
OUIOSITIrES OF TAXA? ION, (From All l1e Year Round,) IV. ONE Of the curiosities Of old taxation was the impost on foreigners. In time time of thie Plantagenets we find that foreigners ro sident in this country, besides paying double the ordinary rates of general taxation, had to pay the following alien poll-taxes: Mer chant strangers, permanently resident, forty shillings; ditto, temporarily resident, twenty shillings; others, not merchants, six shil. lings and eightpenco; broewers, twenty shlil lings. The Plantagonets also raised money on the " benevolent" principle-literally ap peals to the charityof their subjects. Ed. ward IV. being very Ihandsome, was remark ably successful at this method of extortion, particularly with tihe fair sex. It is related that one rich widow, captivated by his good looks, tabled twenty poundt with a good grace. The king was so pleased that hlo kissed her, and the lady immediately doubled lher henevolence " because she esteemed tihe kiss of a king so p...