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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 October 1887

IT' tI A n(,Tl) S'rA'rI?ltrN' r In My thint nny miodioloI in o oUver knlown Co fnll," but its ;tlItd emnilintnll)ty by ith pnropriulnra of Dr, Ilu I'H (KIdm.y n?td Livor) ll tlern, Thi i medl uhino ihn n ?p,'Lli for diuunmou of thI kidnluy, liver and ilntihur, and hinn ni ruplutloth of thirty y'nru' ?tlndinlg. ThIIrnw'IAV'l Plt,t n re tronigly rormlnnuon do i to ?lll pIIuI l who ar'i tilun h t'edoui( in power nio ii ollllltionl, wlhoII ltolnullinh ru wink, anit \'whoI nlOrVnH 1na H0 ltteir'i?, 'Thu Ionufllull of. foltu of Itliou Pillh will li IeprceptiLtlle I ur'n luw dnly'H Irtil, though~I n tioru oxtlenddil ou(lran m11y InI rot llh'ud to ru-.uHalislh Lprfuut thai'lt; H-1.llinwny'H tmllodihtu i ltH nm thIl ourgan of ditguOtion, nditl lnlinoun ounulpllot. roanlnlity in thI i to tnlinh, livir, ipal rinfi , ni, l khitoys, 'T'Iil t.rain'tt':t in builth unto uiii oufttin it runimt, and In thoiiioghly inntaltuot with ohuurvution, ox If teIlm I d llLO t allmlal l of Ill nioxio?hl ml llrll...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LADIES PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 October 1887

LADIES PAPERS. (FROM AN ENGLISBI MAGAZINE.) To the.thoughtful mind, the correspondence columns of ladies' papers simply teem with information. They throw a bright light upon the thoughts with which the women of our day occupy themselves, or, at least, that portion of our feminine population, which regales its leisure with the perusal of the periodicals devoted to the needs of the sex. It may be that this is a limited portion and that the great majority find their mental pabulum in those intended for all readers, To judge from ladies' papers, the chief care of woman here below is her face and all that appertains thereto. Next come hands, and treading close on these is the waist. A good fourth is found in etiquette, and per haps the most amusing of all the questions (and occasionally the answers as well) are to be found in the columns devoted to the study of the social business of life. Let us: take at haphazard, a few of the queries relating to the face, that being the most important...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 October 1887

IWI7SLIIYAN, Services will be conducted In tIh Wcsloyno Churnch, on Somidimy eoo.t, no followos }Cinon, of. II oao.-llff. J1. C11111 Kiomohz, it 7 v.fl.-Rlelv. It. 11. TIN. Jnmboroo, at. 11 nan,-liov. It. II. Itoems Jtlbwroo, at 7 p.ma.-lie1. O Ilt.(Jlasl l l Old Ilaco at, 2.710 p.ma.-Ilav. (I. It. ianson Gromlagong, of.I II u.n-Mi. W.Jonane Oarrtumanam, fit 7.iui.,7Mi. H. A. finomacillla 1'ongrmouln, nt. 2 pamo.-Mv. 0. A. Sozoervillo }onarlrnmtd at 7 p.all ll.- v. 11. II. TIiVwoa fBhllhullrbour at. 11 lnu---l uv. . It. Walssonl

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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THE AGE OF STALLIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 October 1887

THE AHG OF STALLIONS. Tnisial is no question but that with proper oare and exercise the horse will live to a much greater ago than he ordinarily attains, and it is especially the case when the prr.n formanoo of severe physical labour is not re. quired of the animal. It is for this reason that we find thoroughbred and trotting stal. linis almost universally reaching a ripe age, and retaining their animal spirits and pro. croative powers almost to the day of their death, That the death, at a comparatively oearly age, of many stallions, is due primarily to lack of exercise, which will in time lay the foundation of any number of diseases, is apparent. Of Into years this matter of proper exorcise for stallions has roooived more attention from breeders of trotting stock than from any other class, and the old fashioned method of keeping stallions hog fat, allowing them nt the most only such oxorcise ats could beo obtained through the narrow limits of a paddock, has be?n almost wholly aband...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 October 1887

CONaIIE1CJA'VrNAL, C(lolnJrr, fl1tliRTNOONO. Tito IRov. a. IIeglhwity conductu sOrvicouIsvery Suinday as followsOf GcrrLiiagoiog, at 11 nln. anl d 7 pan. 11210 Ilitor i-cqie 0 li that 110 veiioiet cleigymei of the dihtetitt wti foieoril eiioiiioiiiiielu ii f corviece to tie heldt fromi tti o to toi II thelir chturcics, whiuch noticce will in ll oasecs be Inecrcld gentlel

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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HOW GERMAN CLERKS LIVE IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 October 1887

IHOW GERMAN CLERKS LIVE IN LONDON. Muon has been heard lately of the extent to which the German clerks in the great cities of Britain are superseding the natives of the country. The matter of economy would seem to have much to do with it. That they do live, and on much less than their English rivals can subsist comfortably upon, is apparent, but their mode of life is, perhaps, not so well known. In the first place they are very. gregarious in their nature; comparatively few of those who re ceive but small pay live alone. As a rule, two or three of them hire a room in which to sleep, the part of London selected being the southern portion of Isling ton, the region round about the Now North Road, and the small streets abutting upon that thoroughfare. The distance from this part of London to the City is not great, and can be easily walked, which is of great importance to the poorer German clerk. The room thus hired serves not only as a sleeping, but after office hours as a living room f...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 October 1887

DR. JOHN S. WILSON, 11.R..S. ENa., L.R.O.P,E., L,M. 1873, F.R.G.S. Exo., 1875, &o., Lato of Collins-stroeet East tMelbourne; and London, Consulting and Oporating Surgeon, "BRIGHTON VILLA," KIAMIA, (Opposite Catholic Chapel.) AT I1-o51I? FO OoNSUrrATION : Mornings, 9 till 2, Evenings, 0 till 8, 0-14 87 THE REPORTER. AN]) ILLAWARRA JOURNAL. PUIJLIBSII D ICVEIRY WY)DNESDAY AND SATUIRDAY IORNING. WEDNESDAY, OOTOB3ER 5, 1887. " KOATINO's. P1ownli " dostroys Hugn, 'Flo?a, Moths, BouotlOs, lnd all other insuoots, whilst quite Iiu'niluss (n dolnostio anilal?, 111 ox triiinnliig 13ootles the suOeoNs of this powdor is oxtraordinnry. It iN porfuotly olonn in njpll. oation. Soo the artlulo you purchasoe s " Kl'AT INo'si" na imitations ro iloxioNs nmul ioffuooinal, Sold in ''is, Oil, la, and 28 6O1 onolr, by all alhoillte,-Auv. IN801UANnIC, -linsiurnlco is a good thing, whlutlhor applled lulifo or property. No loss a blessinlg I inlything thit ilnsuro good hoalth. )Dr, B1oll's (Kidiloy a...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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POINTS OF A BAD HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 October 1887

POINTS OF A BAD HORSE. Tiu? most successful horsemen must concede that thero are exceptionally vicious horses that can never be made tractable, ,Thair insubordination comes from dafeetive brain development, rather than from inherent wickedness, The horse that is cursed with, a low, contracted countenance, exceedingly narrow between the eyes, showing the mini. naum of brain capacity, that is, further.moru, afflicted with a small, evil eye, and a sulking disposition that manifests itself in a sinister expression, and a never-sleeping suspicion that man is his natural enemy, will some. times resist all the persuasive, approaches of kindtiess, gentleness, and firmness, What progress he makes towards obedience to day h-:.lo forgets on the morrow, Everything that Ki? good, generous and cheeoorful he leatrns ?lsowly and painfully, and forgets speedily. ",very trick, that is mean, oinning, and bad lifI learns rapidly and neveOr forgets to prao tico, even upon the emaster who bountifully fee...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 October 1887

Tm, Sydiney " Quarterly Magazin " for Sep tomber, which has just been issued by Messrs. TOUJanR & IiiNEiIssoN,, contains among other papers on topics mIore or less interesting and important, an essay entitled " Considerations on the Colony's Defcnce.," for which last two words most people would prefer to sulbstitute the " defences of the colony." '.The papllor is written by an oflicer of the British army, Captain J. Rin:i, late of the Royal Artillery, whose remarks are not in all cases calculated to soothe the complacency, of some whosee tastes, fancies, or crotchets, have tended to mako tho young defteneoforco of the colony that which it is, whether for better or worse. Thus the irrepressible c'hildishness which prefers bright colours and gaudy decorations for the personal apparel and accoutrements of the soldier, is pladly condemned by Cap. tauoin i.rn, though his expressions are studi otisly moderate, through fear, perhaps, of offence to some readers of the the " Sydluoy ...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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THE TERMINATION OF THE GREAT NAVAL REVIEW AT SPITHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 October 1887

THE TERMINATION OF THE GREAT NAVAL REVIEW AT SPITHEAD. (By a correspondent of the TIMEs.) MOST of the visitors were now required to return on shore, though a few for whom sleeping accommodation had been. provided by the kindness of individual ofliers re mained on board to witness the illumination of the fleet, This was a singularly striking spectacle, though possibly, owing to the smoke which accumulated from the fireworks around individual ships, it was better seen as a whole from a greater distance. As darkness came on accompanied by a cloudy sky and a somewhat misty atmosphere, the ships were kept without lights as far as'pos. sible until the flagship gave the concerted signal. The effect of this was somewhat marred by the impatience of the surround. ing yachts and steamers, which began to hang out their lanterns, to burn blue lights, to send up here and there a fitful and erratic rocket, and to flash their electric lights in all directions almost before it was dark. The fleet it...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 October 1887

LOCAL AND DISTRIOT::NEWS, \V\E have received the September number of llarlitn'e Iomeo and Farm, a publication coll. tiating an imlnonso amount of practical and miscellaneous informatio oil rural aIlitira genllerally, and which we reoommelllnd to the suppirt and favour of all interested in such subjecta. AN advertisement in our prnsent issue an, nounces public meeutings to take' place during the noxt few days in cannection with the Ilible Society as follows; Shelllarbour, Thursday ; Jamberoo, FridayS; KiaIu, Monday next. There can be little, doubt that those meeootings will excite an interest proportioned to. the im pnrtanco tof their ohject. TuIL following announcement appears ini the Sydney papors : ' The extension of the Illawarra railway to Kiniua will probably be opened for traflic on Anniversary Day, the 20th January next. A replort lhas boOel received by the Minister for Works from the Dopartment of the Engilnour-in-Chief for Railways, informing him that the extonsion will be ...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 October 1887

B3ritish and Foreign' Bible Society. PUDLITO IlrJEETINCB will (nv.) bo hold in P id of the nhovo Socolty, ond arldroeooo givotn by tlhe Soolot y' roproasenativo, tha Uov. itI' . HIlls and tho lool clorgynmen, 08 fol. Sliallhorbour, Thursday, 0th iiit.--Totmpor. area 111111, 2 .TBuo:ba o, Friday, 7th iuat,-Proteatni Itnlha lmajima, llondny, 10th enot.--Woalo'n Curollh, T'heo anrnual Ut edlai Sunday 51211(101 Siurvico will bo hold in Iho COhr-h of Englaund aon ondaa' noxosi, 0t1 loot, it 8 odluclk, 'Tho lIov, It, T .I111n will givo the ,ddlruoe, i, I., OLASSON, I 10 .87-l Iloni, Soo. Kiama Cottage Hospital, ACCOI:JINO to arrangements made with the Cler?ymonn of the reslpectivo churches ill Kiamn, Jnmberoo, Shollharbour, and Gerringong, the LAST SUNDAY in October is to be tlermed a lIospital lundaiy, when COLLECTIONS will bo taken up at these various places of worship in aid of the general fundsof the Ilospital. J. HOLBROOK, 10.5-87 baecttary. BALL. A GRAND BALL will be gi'ven in the S...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 October 1887

MEETINGS TO BE Hl?LD. Protestant Alliance maecta Oct. 12, at 7.30. N NO 1. L.O.h., Iceta Nov. 8, at. 7.30 No; 115, L.OL., meeta Nw. 7, iat, 7.30. Na. 77, T.O.L., mIcet Oct. 0, at, 7 p 7.. No. 140, ,.O.h, tates Oct. U, lit 7.30 p.m. Slos of Te 'rllncalltce, No, 27, utcctLa Oct. 10, lit 7.30.

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 October 1887

Business Directory. KIAMA. ARNOLD, MISSES, (E. & A.) Dressmakers 'Manning-etreet. ASHE, DI, WM., Physician and Surgeon, Markot Square, ATKINSON, T110S., Buildor, &c., Vine Cottage, Dido-street. AYAZA, ALEX., Nightman and Carter, Mln ning.street. 1ARNES, WILLIAM, Horme bhoor& mUneral DBlacksnith, Torrnlong-straot. EVAN, W. J., Tailor, &o., Terralong. B street, BROWN, FRANCIS, Tinmnith, &c., Terra long-street. BROWN, GEORGE, Nows & General Agent, B Terrnlong-treet. BULLEN, GEORGE, Gonnrnl Slorekeeoopl Iron & Tin Plato Worker, Terraloiag.st. AMPBELL, ED., Boot and Shoo Maker, Manling-streoot. CAMPBELL, ALEX., Auctioneer, &e., Terra. long-street. CHIN, PLUMLE[GI, Iloreo Slhcer &Genoral SBlackamitli,Turralonig.arnet, IHIN, M3RS. P., Fruiloror, Manning-stroot. LARK, WM., Boot. and Shoo Maker, Mann ning-street. COCKS, W., & CO., General Storekeepers, Manniing.-treet. COLEMAN & LOCKEITT, Cordial Manufac ...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 October 1887

Pl ESBIIY ElRTAT . Sevl'ioe willbo eondueled in thu I'ru , y(o rims Churobos on Sunidiiy unet by Hltu. J. Wilson Its foflon YCinIIII, at 11l iln. Jnmiberon, Iot 2.30 pnm. KiIIIIII lt 7 11.11.

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 October 1887

R E L I GI 0 "J S. CIUliCL OF ENGLAND. Dtvtno Srrvic willlit rctiiulctcd onl Snday next in thll Clhurclh of ]tIBlnlid CIOhutaiis I folluwa u: fl. (totao's, OerrlltOihii, nlt 11 a.In.-l vJ. II. 1'rioe Christ Church, Itintul, at II n.nm.--LMr. I. O, Kouldall Christ Church, Kinm'a, 2 p.m,-An addross by the Rv . R. T. Iills, to the united Sunday schooil, Services will ie enialucttcd i1 tin tl Churoh of liiltglandi Jaitiberoo, ntld Slllllrblour, oin Siiulnly next, us followd: J'Tutctaoro nt 11 I .ii--lte. . Ci, ifotul hiicllhitbour, itt 7 pi.tii.--llv. 1. Crlafortl

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COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 October 1887

OOMM2 a OIAL, south Coast and 'aest Camden Co-oporattvo Company (Limited.) Bu 'ran,--Fair demand at quotations. Bacon,--Solling well, Cheeso.-No chllang to report. Eggs,--Largo supplies to hand and market slightly lower. Live Stool,--Pigs, fair sipplioa to hand and pilces woll sastained; onlves, ditto, ditto, Potatocs.-Advancing in prioo, Mai.-o,-Easior, Poultry.-Solling well at quotations, Following are the quotationsa:- £ a, n, £ s. D, ulttbr, par lb,,........ 0 0 0 to 0 0 7 Ditto, second,....... 0 0 4 0 0 5 Fatory ................ 0 0 7 0 0 8 Bacon (hand cured) 0 0 Ok 0 0 7 Do, (mnachinocorod) 0 0 5 0 0 6 Do(heavy & roughl) 0 0 8 0 0 4j Ilanme(land ourod) 0 0 7 0 0 8 Do (mlachlino cure) 0 0 5 0 0 0 Laird................... 0 0 8 0 0 4 Chools................. 0 0 2 0 0 4? Ditto,seocond,,,..,., 0 0 ] 0 0 2 Pigi, alivo, ......1.,, I 0 0 "1 5 0 Calves, each,....,,.,, 0 8 0 1 8 0 -ides, pot lb.....,... 0 0 3 0 0 8 Calfakhins, onch...... 0 0 0 0 1 8 'allow, pr ton,,,,...... 14 ...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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MR. GLADSTONE ON MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 October 1887

MZE, ~ GLADSTONE ON MILK, \WY print below a passage from a speech of Mr. Gladstone's which was doliverod on oo casion of the foundation of a bridge crossing the river Dee at Chester, and connecting, 'therofore, England with North Wales. With some change of names and other details, it might form part of a speech to be delivered by Sir II. Parkes at the opening of the Kiama railway.. 'There is one matter, however, which I will mentlion, and that relates to the article of milk. There is not an article of more vital interest to the masses of the popu lation.. ([Iear, hear.) I road not very longn ago of a careful production of a medical man who had made a sanitary inquiry into the whole of the environs of Glasgow, and his inquiry was directed to this point, the production of what are called riokets among children, and the causes to which this was to be referred. I imagine that when we speak of riclkets it means that a child is not growing up in a statle of health and vigour, and sound an...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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SHELLHARBOUR. MEETING OF COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 October 1887

MEETING OF COUNCIL, TEln usual meeting of the Oouncil took place on Septembnier 28th, when there were present the Mayor and Aldermen liaison, Arm strong, Brownleo, Hiciks and James., COIt*ISPONDIEDNCE. Outwards-1. To Mr. Scanlon notifying him that Council would assist him in mnakl ing an approach to his property. 2. To the heon. the Minister for Lands RcE public ceme. tiry, Shellharbour. 3. To the hon. the Minister for Works, through A. 0ameron, Esq., M.P., applying for the services of a suitable dredge to deepen portions of the harbour. Inwards-- . Circular from Municipal As sociation of N.S.W. 2. From AMr. Scanllon acknowledging receipt of notice. 3. From Department of Works in reference to dopu. tation which waited upon the Secretary for Works when at Albion Park on the 20th ultimo with respect to the road up the Mac quarie Pass, as follows: "f am directed to inforns you that it has been determined to survey two new routes, one to be selected by the residents of the district, the...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 October 1887

TAMBEROO. I nAD a few words to say in the last issue of the " Ieporter " on the preparations for the Wild Flower Show, and the opening of the same. The allair proved, onl the whole, a greater, success than had been anticipated; but flower shows, however pleqsaut and suc ccssful, must, like other things, come to an end : and the Jamberoo show came duly to its end on Saturday evening, some two hours before the week itself expired. This was show No. 2-the first having heon held last year somewhat later in the season, I think. Substantial mementoes of the former one are lying still in an adjoining paddock in the shape (the mementoes, not the paddock) of two or three fern tree stems. The arrange. ments for this last show exhibited, in point of taste, a very considerable improvement upon that of last year, and those for next year will probably be much better. That will be No. 3 ; and, as the events advance with arithmetical progression, the talent for ordering them will probably increase ...

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