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THE MUNICIPAL DEPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 September 1887
THE MUNICIPAL DEPUTATION. \VW understanl that the amount of success which attenled the efflorts of the deputation appointed at thle last meeoting of the Council to wait on some members of the Ministry touching dlepartnlental Ibusiness, and to tran. suat some othe:r afltairs of importance in Sydney, was greater than might havo been expected, and almost equal, comparatively speaking, to whatJ might have been wished, so far at least as it could go in the oironm stances. On Monday the deputation had highly satisfactory interviews with the Oolonial Secretar'y and Minister for Works, each at his own offico. Sir lI. Parkcs hav ing heard the reprcsentations of the doputa. tion regarding the nlecessity for negotiating a loan to the extent of soveroal thousands of pounds for the purpose of paying off the present highly charged debt, and extricating the corporation from its present state of de bility, expressed himself satisfied of tile propriety and oxpediency of the prqjoot, and undelurtook ...
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 September 1887
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. Protostant. Allinneo moont Rrpt. 2R, at 7.30. No. 12. L.O.L., mncli Oct.. 4, nat 7.30 No. 110, L.O.L., nllrcts Oct, :1, nlt 7.,q0. No. 117, L.O.L., meeta Oct. 3, at, 7 p.0. No. 140, L.O.L., lnccts Oct. t, at O7.;: p.m. SBuna of Tfllptcraiceo, No. '2'7, mnctai Oct, , it. t 7.30.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 September 1887
Business Directory. KIATIIA. ARNOLD, MS~SES, (E. & A.) Dresmalkors : lanning-streot. ASHE, DR. WM., Plhysician and Surgeoln, Market Square. ·T'KINSON, H'IIOS., Builder, &c., Vine Cottage, Dido-street. AYAZA, ALEX., Nightnina and Carter, Man ningsatreet. ARNES, WrILLIAM, llorso bhoer & General Blacksmtithl, Terralong-straet. EVAN, W. J., Tailor, &c., Terralong atreet. R1 OWN, FRANCIS, Tinsmithl, &o., Terra long-street. 13ROWN, GEO3 G,,I News & General Agent, Terralong-etreet, ULL'EN, GEORGI, General Storekeepoer' Iron & Tin Plato Worker, Tcerralog.st. iAMPiBELL, ED., Boot and Shoe Maker, L)Manning-street. C~.AMPBELL, ALEX., Auctioneer, &c., Torra. long-stlreet. HIN, PLUMLE[G H, Hor?no Slicer & General Blackemiti, Terralong-streot. HIN, MIRS. P., Frniterer, Mlanning-street. C"LARK, 1WM., Boot and Shoe Maker, ilan '-- ning.street. 'OCKS te, W., e i CO., General Storekeepers, M ?anning-atreet;. (IOLEMAN & LO...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 September 1887
RELIG 0 US. CHURCH OFr ENGLAND. Divine Rcrvire will 1b nontlnlcil on Suilday next iln tlh Church of 1:ii'liiiul ChIIIrcIes IIH follows: Christ Clnireli, Kiilu , tit Il nn.m.-lev. J. T. I]'iceo Chllrlst Chlurii. it, 7 Ii.iii,-- v. ,T. I. PIrleO Civwlc Fuort, ilL 2.1(I p.n.--ler. .. JI. i'lco St. Georgc't, (ierriiigo1?, lit B1.),i ui..-Mr. J. oiulbrook Scrvlcea will lihe eConl eitcl ill thll Chu'eli of Eilntld Jitinberoo, nil Silillhlirbounr, onil R9llllIi next, uIS follows! Slielllnrliounr, it 11 nami-llev. R.L Crioford Jamnibcrou nt.7 p.i.--llov. IJ. Crlnsorll 927!!P'og r n . ....: o
POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 September 1887
POSTA L. MAILS arrivo at and dopart from Kianm na followH :- AnIIIVARL. At 10 nm. dlly (Monday oxcoptod.)-From Sydney, MOBs Vale, RobortHon, and Janlhoroo. At 12.80 pmn, daily (Monday exooptpd.) W IOllongoig, Dapto, Albiun Park, and Sholl ihnrbolr, At 5,l5 pm. daily (Sluday oxcoptod,) Gorriigongi and D1roighltonl Cirek.
COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 September 1887
O MME RCIAL. South Coast and West Camdon Co-oporativo Oumpany (Limited.) BuTrKn,-Mnrket completely glutted with but ter and priooa receding rapidly. The nominal price is now 61 to 7d, factory 7d to 8d, Bacon,--Slight improvement. Cheebo.-Largo supplies still coming to hand. Eggs,--oond demandl at quotations, Live stock,-Pigq in fair domanud; calves solling woll. Poultry.--Markot very brisk strong inquiries for good poultry. Following are the quotations: a a. n. £ a. D. Butter, per li........ 0 0 0 to 0 0 7 Ditto, iucou?d ...... 0 0 4 0 0 6 Factory .......... 0 0 7 0 0 g BIacum (hand eurod) 0 0 i6 0 0 G Do,(m ilaclinucnred) 0 0 4 0 0 b? D1u(heavy &rough 0 0 2 0 0 8 Ilinis (lhanld uroed 0 0 6 '0 0 8j Io (machine cured) 0 0 5 0 0 6 Lardn................ 0 0 38 0 0 4 Cheeleo.............. 0 0 2 0 0 4 Ditto, socond ........ 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pigs, alive..... .. 1 0 0 2 17 0 Calves, eanrl.......... 0 5 6 1 9 0 Hides, pti li......... 0 0 2. 0 0 8 UCl'tlkiii, enl...... 0 0 09 0 1 8 'Tallo...
GERRINGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 September 1887
GER~INGONG MUTNICIPAL O0UNCOIL.. Tmo regular fortnightly meooting of the above toolk place on Monday last, °20th Sept., and all the meumbelors, woreo present. Minutes of previous moeeting wore road and conofirmod. O01nRESPONDINOe, Tho 0lork roead oopies of letters addressed to (1.) Mr. A, Cinmeron, MY,.P. ; (2.) Mosrs, Wells and Aldorton; (3.) Air. T. S. Spoor. The incoming communications were from (1.) John P. Sharkeoy, Civil Engineeor and Licensed Surveyor, of Sydney, announcing his having commnooed practioe as civil en gineer, licensed surveyor, and land agent, and soliciting Council's patronage; (2.) Memssrs. Wells & Alderton, Oivil Engineors and Surveyors, Nowra, acknowlodging Coun. cil OClrk's letter ne survey of Loo's Hill and alignment of Foxground road, and stating that Mr., Wells might probably be in Cerrin gong during thie woueek oommenoaing 25th inst., when both places will be looked at and the professional cost of survey, &o., will be given. On tihe moti...
KIAMA RIFLE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 September 1887
XIAMA RIFLS ASO0IATION.. As wvill be soon by advortisomont, tho quarterly pricu mwotiug of the above is urrangOd to tokO placu on Friday noxt, 80th inotont, wrhca the following p)izesi will b) comllpotel for, via.: let prico,. Mr. G. Knight's trophy, valno' 11 ;i 2n1(1 pri'o,. lri's. J. Hoiioy's trolplhy, valu1 1d7s SI; 3rd oriozo 1s;: 4th, W2 (ild 5th, 78 Od G0th, SO; 7tlh, 5s, Thu follownig nra the handicap. allowancus decidod upon for thu quartorly con test : Scratch-. . IJ. Honey, H. Hirll,.J. Spicks, 3 Plhnto--0. l3Iroill, Jiano. Armiistronig, 0. W. Oring, J. M'Leann 5) ,, G. Kigiht, J. ]ItimInall. 0 ,, E. J, Marks, HI. F, MOod, P. Walker, Jolh n Spinks. 7 ,, WI. Finlaysaui, F, W.V Spinlks. 8T. Spiniks, Ri. Sparrow, .J J. Ja cahil c 0) ,,, t, (rlordon, L. GoLII y Os4 A. Wilson, 10: ,,. T. HIoney, R.Jorvlii. 11 ,, S. Marks5. 12 ,,. It. ?ilolsk. 13 ,, R. King, E . iuroill, A. Spinks. 14 ,, J,.D.lloy. 10 ,, A, Hirvison, A. OCrdury. 17 ,, (. Ituroill, T. Fruelericke. 18 'I V, Buchm...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 September 1887
The Italians intend sending 10,000 troops to Massowah, in autumn. London has a police army of 13,849 men. The chief has a salary of 10,500 dollars a year. There was an increased area of 70,988 acres of land under cultivation in Ireland last year. A velocipede service lately organised is proving highly satisfactory to the German army. Mary Anderson has been parting with 40,000 of her cash to purchase property in Manchester, England. The rivers in England are very low, and Stihe fish are dying by hundreds in the small streams, A severs drought prevails through out Great Britain. The total expenditure for railway con. Sstruction last year was .27,353,570, of which the sum of .£24,071,454 was expended for lines opened for traffio. The amount of British money embarked in colonial investments and securetics is in creasing very rapidly, and is estimated to exceed £744,000,000. The artesian well at Posth, the deepest well in the world, supplies hot water for public baths and other purposes....
NOTES AND NEWS. London, Sept. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 September 1887
NOTES AND NEWS. London, Sopt, 22. The demonstration which was arralngedl to, tako place at Mitoheolstown, county 0ork, to. morrow, on the occasion of tihe beginning of the trial of William OlBrien for inciting the populace to commit a broach of the poaco, has boon forbidden by the Exeoutivo undoe the provisions of the Orimes Act, The Agents.General havo informed Mr. Raitkes, the Postmastor.General, tlhat the Australian colonies decline to re.open tlio groeenoent in regard to the ocean mail sor vice, dividing:the. cost and receipts accord ing to the quantity of mails carried, They further oxpross much surprisoe at the action of the Treasury in soeeking, to disturb the agrccment, According to the terms of the original agreement the colonies are to pay two.hiftlhe and the Imporial Govornment thrce.fifths of theI subsidios to the mail steamship coin panies, each country to retain its own post ages, The inquiry into the recent collision bo tweoon two trains near Donoaster wanscon oluloed...
COURT OF REQUESTS. TUESDAY, SEPT. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 September 1887
0OURT 0O 1EQOUESTB, TuesnAY, Seer, 27, BIBFOIn \ Maessrs, ConnelI, lGalloy, Gamoron, Hiidmnarlsh and Oonway. Wood ]3rothers v', O. Jackson, Goods soltl, &0, Thloro was no defence in this case, and Mr. Connell as local Oomnmissionor in insolvenoy, ainouncted that tihe defondant Jackson had bocome insolvont. The plain tilff, threfore, whoseoclaimn.was not disputed, oould only take their ohanco with other credlitors in the oiircumstances. Wood Brothlersi v, W. Payno, Goods sold, &c,, £8 1s,. No apponaraneoo of defend ant, A set-off of 15s was admitted, and a vordit given for thello:bal;ioo.. , Wood Brothers v,. G, Oaddan'; Gdbds sold, &c,, £9 17s 8d, Defendant did not appear. Plaintilrs admitted one wookly paymonS t of 2s Gd, and obtaianed a verdict for the balanoce, £09 1s 2d., Wood lBrothers v. G, Young, Goods sold, &c., £2 8s ld, Dufendant in this case ploeaded not ind.bted, and produeood several bills of iltems by meatis of which he on deavouretd to ...
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 September 1887
LOCAL AND DISTRIOT*NEW , HlotptlIOLDEn S nra reminded tallt the General Eltlhries for hio Janllio·one taeei close at 8 pa.. oni Saturday night next, 1st Octolber. A oDEBATe oil the subject of Freoe Trado v. Protection takes plac this evenling in the Tonperance Hall between the KiUa aend Shelllhaerbour Sons of Temperance. A IStmnaT'a of what we suppose mny be called the Monic conmuittee took placeyesterday afturnoon the C. E. schololroom. Thlere were preseant Mossrs. Dymtock, Price (Rov. J. H.), Johsauon, \Vetoatl,, Holbrook, and one or two otliers. The draft of an address for precsentatiot to Mr. Hrniat was adopted, and forwarded to Messrs. Sands, Sydney, for oxecution and illumination. Thile comapletcd work is expected back illn about it week. IN colseqlenc of lhoe mInishnp which fhol tile dry stoiie retainilng wall iwhici was inteniled to scuppoit a portion of the olhalncked road in thie Sprilng Hill deviation, nad whichl by its Ifa iluro duriig ai receint istorm sowel that the ii...
JAMBEROO RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 September 1887
JAMBEROO r3ACES. Tios "'rights " connected with the Jamboroo race course, via., the right of receiving entrance fees at the gate, and the right of crecting booths for the sale of fermentcd and spirituous liquors, were sold at auction yestorday at 2 p.m. by Mr. D. L. Dyinock. A large number of peosons were i i attendance at the auction inert; and " the gato " was sold for ad3 and thie publican's booths (two) for £20. Mr. Johnson of Bomnbo was the purchlaser in the first case and Mr. Jouli Tate of Jamberoo in the second, ifter a spirited competition. The following are the handicap evoighlts for the three priiicipil events. The geistlensen selected for the work of arranging thesev were Messrs. Clhs. Piice, J. Richards and Thsos. Love, but the last niamnd was uinable to attouid at the tiuo appoiusted for thee business, 1URLICAN'5 rPUsISN et, I'. The lass ............................... 8 7 Ilopoful ....... ................. 8 7 Plaintif .... ..................... 8 h Dunimore Miaid .......
JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 September 1887
ATAMB2ROO. OR Satturday aftornoon took placeilt thlie Chlureh, of Etgland buriatl ground of this village, a funerll, thle oirclumnstances proceding whichll, that is, thel illneess lld deatlh of the deceased had excited touch intoreat amnong a number of serious and benIovolent personsla iu this neigh bIouhood. Thle colll bore the nameo of Marl'y W'hyns, aged 24 years., Thedecoetad was one -notthe eldest, I bolieve--of a fanlily, the ,nel-i beOrn of which in conseqUOenCO of the death of tllheir father and ilothole', ha\o boon living lone hera, ono thoro, in saervice with somen of the neuoighbours. Mlary had gono aome two yoears ago, I holieve, to Sydney, where sie remained some time, lind proved "unfortutateO." In a state of aotnethintg like desperatiol, as it would appear, saho contrived to return to tile district, whelre slto took poseosaitn of a titlall unused building on a fiarm ait Stony Oreeook, the noigth bourhood in which tlhe falitly hasd dwelt, and wheO' site heorself was bo...
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Friday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 October 1887
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLI GENCE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRIESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, Friday, 5 p.m. The body of one or the victims of the re cent boating fatalities was found at Botany Bay this morning. W. P. Woolcott a well-known house agent dropped dead in Castlereagh-street this after. noon. In the Assembly the Attorney-General moved the second reading of the Bankruptcy Bill in a lengthy and intelligent speech, clearly explaining all its provisions. The debate was adjourned till Wednesday next. Mr. Dibbs has notified his attention to move for the repeal of that portion of the Centen nial Celebration Bill relating to the erection of the State House, also the appropriation of £150,000 from the proceeds of the sale of land at the Centennial Park for the erection of now Houses of Parliament in Macquarie. street. Mr. Haynes introduced a bill to amend the Electoral Act. It proposes to repeal the expansive clauses, to abolish the £40 deposit, and extend voting power to holders of mining business li...
LONG JUMP. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 October 1887
LONG JUMP. - Pailk r, 18ft. 1 in. ............... 1 W . Carmn dy ................ ........ 2 OISTACLI IRACE. I. 'osltings.............. . ............. 1 J. Vicars ................................. 2 11[1G1 JUMP'. -Parker, lft, 61ih . ................ 1 E. I os in .............. ........... 2 TIIROWING HAMMIIIR, J. W eiko ............................ 1 W. Lowis......... ............... 2 MAEMBERS' HANDICAP. 100 Yards. II. 1, Hart, 5 yards ................ 1 E. F. Dalgloilh, 6 yard............. 2 A private Hoop, Step, all Jump, between Parkor and Hicolls, tho latter allowing thl former ono foot, was won by Ilicolls. The Tug of War contost was won by a team piloted by J. Armstrong.
SECOND ROUND. 1st Heat. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 October 1887
SECOND ROUND. 1st Honat. W, J, KTing, 19 yardb.................. 1 J. Bostsell, 10yards..................... 2 Good arao . Won by hallf a yard, ''ino, 15 0008, 21nd Heaont, F. [Iiroll, 12 yards .................. 1 W. Bilnic, 0 yards ..................... 2 Good rare. Won by two foot. Thho, 14 8.5the soas, 3rd1 Lont. Ri J, 131gg, 17 ynrds .................. 1 J. Onin, 10 yards .................... 2 Won by a yard, Tioso, 14 1.5th soos, 4th Hont,. W. Leowis, 10 yards................ 1 J, Inskip, ]4 yardse .................. 2 Won oneasily . Ilme, 14 3llLthle oe.
KIAMA ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 October 1887
KIAMA ATHLETIO CLUB, Tnu long looked for events whic? the commrit tio of the abovonaired olub had arranged for \oduesdalny last came oil! on that day with all the dlat and genleral saetifaction that a healthy love of athlities could desire, tllough the nt tlendannce duing the day was not so great, nor tlhe takings consequenltly, so considorablo as on the exceptional ooeasion of the jublilee sports. Thle ground at Olalsdun ill was in the boat posAliIlo condition, ot merely fur the Ipurposoes of the rnnners, but for that nf a general gather ing likowise, and the day one of thie mnost agreoable that eould bei. At an early hour somo namemboers of the commritter with other assistanc wore on tihe spot fixinig ropes, arranginlg " olstacles," and othelrwise preparing for the irrospetlive comptilption. At this time a stranger travelling that part of the South Coast Road mighit hlnvo boon slartled by the appeournce of n fr'namo having a mrost suspiciouus resemblrtance to a gallows, with nio l...