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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 October 1887

TO 'JiTHIE IDITO1. S?,--In the leading artilo. published in your' issue of Saturday last you refer at considerableo length to matters in comnection with the Hos. pital Coommnitteo mnooting, hold on the previous. Tuesday evening, and iin doing so statomonts were made which, if not explainod, will load to. som10 confusion of ideas, aml probably wrong ilnpressions in the minds of the readers. First you state that an arrangement had boon, proposed. and agreed to by the proprietors of the two local journals, 'that ia copy of the secro tary's minutos should bo cceupted ns sullicient report of the proceedings ofthe Comnmitteo's mooeetings. No such roeolution has boon passed. But to. provent the possibility of these meeootings being mlisroprosonted the seorotary voluntoorod' to. write an epiomni:.ed roport for one local papor;, the oneo publishllod nearest to theli dto of theu mooting of the Commnittoo, and then to be handed to the other journal. You then romarked that this report, not hav-...

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

ORAWLEY FOREST CONCERT, ON Wednesday evening last an attractive little concert was held in St. John's Mission Room at Orawley Forest. The day was a brilliant one and was mado'ethe most of at Marsden Hill, Jamberoo and Kaniama. As the evening advanced dark clouds gathered from the west and south west. It turned out, however, to be a fine moonlight even. ing. The Mission Room was very prettily andtastefully decorated witli ferns, and,wild and cultivated flowers from the neighbour hood. The wreaths were a picture, and the motto made up in shells on a dark back ground was a model of neatness and in genuity. The proceediegs were opened by the Rev. J. Howell Price, who, in a brief speech, explained the praiseworthy efforts of the Orawley Forest people to free the. Mission Room from debt. The first item on the program was an instrumental duct (organ and flute) by Miss and Mli, Hall, followed by a glee "Seeo our oars with feathered spray," sung by the company. Then came a song by Miss Olark...

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

TIHE TOWN. TIIIRaI is somo gratification in observing that a style of dwelling.house superior to what prevailed till recently in the town and district is becoming popular-especially, as is natural, among those who build for their own residence. The ideal of a dwelling house in former days seems to have beeti pretty much confined to the scheme of a cottage containing four or six rooms on one floor, with a hip-roof to make it appear as low as possible, and a veranda surrounding it on all sides. Nor can it be deinied that a dwelling built on this design might be as convenient as any other, if the work in it were good, though there always attaches to it the disadvantage that the veranda roof darkens the upper portion of the windows. But this chiefly aflects the matter of .hang ing pictures, and so forth, which did not, some years back, very greatly trouble the minds of our settlers in general, and does not now. Besides bsh darkening of winilows is the subduing of light, and has its own ...

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

O?IOIET, TiuE announcmeulnt that the first inatch of the season would tako placo on Saturday last was duly fulfilled, Tho te:al selected to reprosent thu Kiituua Olub rodo on the morning of that day to Roblertson, won the match, and most of them rodo homo again in the evening, having thus performed a pretty good day's work, ospecially as one of tho company bicanlle slightly sick on the up. ward road, Tho gino' was woll cointosted, though only one innings was playod through want of tinm. Thu visitors had the bat luck; but the Ilohbortsoiians exhibited special uxcellence in fielding. We have obeen furnished with some other remarks on the play, &o,, but the limits of our 'space prevent us from printing more than the soocaes, KIAMA, Hamburgor, o.. . .. 4 jlnjor, run out ... ,, 19 Jarvic, a ... .. ... 0 Russill, run out ... ... 18 Sefton, b ... ... .. 27 Rioharclson, ,...,,.. ... 32 Swan, a . ... .. ... 0 K ing, a ... ... ... 1 ['OCafl'roy, b .. ... ... 4 Marks, b . ... ., 0 Ml'N...

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FATHER IS GETTING WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 October 1887

Fl "'1I1Ksl( 1.3 Eili1,71ýlý;':ý1ý Glraý , 111i' s lllIhr HI 'HL iauu I1 fl n iI JlI3ttari' i, IIs 1Hoýllinglf wall; iftur fil+,)o11g aý!i foring from ci tl una duciculil r iitauralloaJh ad ;,WO ha H au l pl, ha 'isad ) U tr: ilitOiL '. AZkliid1 of flauhealuri N Y. " Utltic bIIiitll ",:I t

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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KIAMA A. & H. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 October 1887

* lAMA A. & H. ASSOCIATION. Tium ordinary meeting of the committee of this society was held on Friday evening lest, The president and twolve or thirteen other members woro present. The modifications in the prize list having, beon disposod of at the previous meotirng, the business for tran section was of miinor importance, In deal ing with Ithe correspondence, the first item of which was a proposal from the Wollon. gong Society to adopt the practlico of pub. lishing oatalogues of exhibits a certain length of cimo in advance, it was considlored, tioos. sary to declino the arrangement, thoi time not being ripe for the ohange; which was ad mitted, however, to be in itself a delsirable one. Specimens of moedals in silver and gold, which had bteen roecived fromnAlessrs. Allotr. dine, of Sydney, and Knight, of Kiama, woro considorod, It was dctermined, howover, after somen discussion, to proposo to those who were entitiled to them that they souldl accept the valuo of the articles i...

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FISTULA IN HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 October 1887

FISWULA IN' HORSES, A rFISTUr,A is a discharging orifice or canal whiLch generally results from an abscess, A fistula can rarely be treated successfully and permanently withlout boing freoly explored and laid open with a knife to the bottom. When very deep seated, or when so located that extensive inocisions are not safe or advisable,l setons made of soft leather, cut into strips of suficiont length and about a quarter of an ilcli wid'e;" may be .iZcrtvd through the various canals or ramiications of the fistula, pushing the seton needle through the same and out through the skin, after the dirc tion of the caonl or canals has first been ascertahied with probing. Thus dependent openlings are made for the escape of matter, and ijnctions of proper remedies mnay then be made, twice or thrice daily, after first squeezing out or syringing out accumulated pus, and cloansing the surrounding skin and hair from adherent matter, If the escaping, matter should be of a dirty, greyish oolour, or m...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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THE EMPEROR NICHOLAS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 October 1887

TH EMPQROR NIOHOLAS, ONe thing the Emperor held in particular aversion, viz., wealth, coupled with avarice. I-o was once travelling with a great digni. tary whom he had oftep bantered because of his stinginess. At one of the stages the car ringe had to undergo sundry repairs, and the gentlemen went forward on foot. They came to a spot whore the road was flooded to a considerable depth. The Emperor called a road labourer and asked him if he would undertake to carry him through the water. "Why not ' said the labourer, who took the monarch in his arms and convoyed him safely across. The Emperor gave him a couple of gold pieces and whispored, " Now go and fetch the other gentleman, but when you have got half.way through the water, stand still and ask him how much he intends to give you." The man did as he was told, stood still with his living load, and inquired in the middle of the water how much lihe was to get for his labour. "You rascal," cried the miser, "the other gentleman paid fo...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 October 1887

0.0 Q MMOCIAL £ A D, -£ 8. D. lntltor, per ]I....... 0 0 0; to 0 0. 7 Ditto. eucond. .... . O 0: 01 0 0' Fnaolory ................ 0 7 0 0 8 Snonn (hanndoluroud) 0 0 O 0 0 7 Uo,(luno'hino ured)00 0 0 5 0 0 , Do(hoavy & rough), 0 0 3 0 0 O IInmu (hnd ouored) 0 0 7 0 0 8. Do (macnhino ourod) 0 0 5 0 0 6' Lard......... ..... 0 08 0 0 4 Ohooseo................. 0 0 2 0 0 '?4 Dito, sooond,,.,.... 0 0 0. 0, 0 0 ig, aIIve,,......... 1 1 0 1 10 0O voi, oneh......... 0 5 0 . 0 12 0 Dlidae, per lb......... 0 0 0 0 0 8., Cail?'kluI, noc,...... 0 0 0 . 0 1 8, Tallow, pcr ltol...... 14 0 0 15 0 0. blnj,.o pr bushlu)... 0 8 0 .:0 4 0" Wlhont, ditto......... 0 2 10 0 8? 8. Chaff, per owt....... 0 4 5 ' 0 5 O. Iarloy (lalg,) busth. 8 0 05 G0. Do, (Onpo)............. 0 8 0 8 8. )ate (on),,........ 0 2 2 0 2- 4 Do. ('ood) ...,....... 2 0 28 2 &, (lionus, portoi...... 4 0 0 4 10 0 Ilny, oton............ 2 0 0 2 10 0, Dllto, luorno ......., 110 0 2 15 0: Potnatoo .............. 8 10 0 4...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 October 1887

NOTES AND NEWS. London, Oct. 3.--A monster meeting of unemployed sugar refiners was held ill Ifyde Park to-day.to condemn the sugar bounties. A resolution was carried unanimously to ihe effect that the highest interests of home and colonial industries, and of the commerce of Great Britain required the imposition of countervailing duties to meet the system of sugar bounties adopted by other nations. It was stated at the meeting that 50,000 men. formerly engaged in sugar-refining are now unemployed. London, Oct. 5.-II.M.S. Orlando, a steel twin-screw armoured cruiser, of 12 guns, 5000 tons, and 85000 horse power, will'suc ceed tile Nelson as flagship on the Australian. naval station. Oct. 5.-A series of violent scones occur, red yesterday during thl carrying out of evictions at Gweedoro, in the county of Donegal. The polico were assailed by the populace with logs and stones, and.boiling, water was also thrown over thetm. Oct. 0.-Intulligonce has been received from Madagascar to thoe e...

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A THIEF'S CAREER. I. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 October 1887

A THIflF'S CARIEER. I. I AM a professional thief, .with an experience of a.quarter of a century of the most perilous vocation in which a man can engage. At an early age I was left to my own re sources, without a relative in the world who was disposed to assist me in any way. The necessities of my position compelled me to live in a quarter of the city frequented by the criminal classes. I soon made the acquaintance of two professional burglars, and after a time 1 was invited to assist them in their nocturnal operations. I accepted the invitatiqn, and, after a little training and Arperionce I became fairly proicient in my now calling. I had a long run of luck, but it w?ias suddenly cut short early one morning by the unexpected entrance of two detectives into my bedroom, who informed me I was WYANTED FOR A BURGLARY in B- committed some months previously. I was astounded at this information, for I considered that the burglary they mentioned had been very neatly done, and that no clue ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 October 1887

haUIltIvn ?.i - Inpuranca is a good thinlg, whether applied to life or property. No less n hIlessin?r is alnytlhing thant isrlllesn good haonlth. D)r. Poli's (Kidnoy and Livoelr) Dilterh, do this. It is ntue o's great roemedytl. It is a mildl but etliffcint cntlharlie, nod acting at I1h same timo on tihe liver, klidne.s and howols, it relieves nil these organs ald enables tIhclll to partor'l tlluir duties perfectly. It hlas wondoorful power. P)ROTESTANT ALLITANOI FRIENDLY OOIETY'S PIJUNIO, NOVEMIBmit 9, Now Showgroultld. 0-21-87-w. Waughope Butter Factory, A THOROUGHI GOOD IfAND wanted for aboveo, Apply to Directors in writing, stating wages, not later than 10hl inst. J. NEhLSON, 10-8.871. Secretary. Kiama Gas Company (Limited,) NOTICE is hereby given that time Hanlf-yearly i Geonornl \lcoting of the Sharbohlolrs of this Company will be held in the C'olucil Chlaml?or, Klinin, at 7.30 p.rn. on TUESDAY, 1Slh iAnst,, to reserve andlltl adopt report froml til Directors and baltlnc-sheoo...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 October 1887

W?TESL1AN. Serviroe will ih n nnultleotd in the Wesleynn Church, on ltundny next, as iol'lows : ICilnrn, nl .h un,.--3i'r. ,T. Chin Ylhnuluu, il 7 p.ln.-ine". It. T. Villt, ,hnmhlnroo, r t n.m--itv. Ii. ii, 1Inwo Jntlllerprno. at 7 p.m.--iisv. i. (I, flahRla Old Plneo nt 2..3(imn.--Iv'. i. ii, (lhlmon Glnniumlgmn nt Ii n.ln.-3m'r. (V. Jnmnceo Ocrnlrlagnnnr~at7 ~m,.--?hr,. O. A itnretvillu ".xprngand, at 2 itn.,--MrI. (ii A. SnuerihinI+ Ir,'oxnnand alt 7 pa.-,c+'. It. Ii. I oInnsn hlhlotnrhonr xtii n.tm--l]ev. O. ]it. l(anosn

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 October 1887

SECOND DAY, The weatheor on Thursday was hotter all through, the day beilng cloudy and cool from ntir imm to sight. withoat -lait or much proba bility , of any, Thu attendance appeare' d to be (and was) somewham t largeor than on the proced ig day, anld the busieoss, as.before, otllenOcu ed with punctuality. From vnriousoauses, however, itdid not so eind. The last rlace on \Vednesday was started at pretty nearly the tili nllnounced but. on.Thursday overything full behind. After tim first race til' stuwad'\ihur', eongaged for a good half hour invostigatinlg a complaint gainlset one of theI jckoys wlho was accused of having made incomepatible ongagoments'with t wo sOe)paR ra;to owners. This wase only Ihe beginlning of sorrows, howover. It was found impossible by any'acceleration of arrallngemeolnts to conmponsata for the time lost; and the last oo d(lid not go till nearly an hour and a hallf after its time; th lattenlor being " monded worso " by the ald. mission of a private affair-a ...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 October 1887

COinEOATTONAT i oIfrfRCT, CIRFlnTNOoNO. Tlmo niv . , Icl]lhwvmy roiilucts eorvicc oveery Smnmmlny BR fnllnw m-m Omrringminnm , 11 n.m, nnil 7 pi.m. m1 [Timo elllnr rerqmmm'tre (tiImI time V'mrlommi IPemrivinnrnI of time iliatlcet will forwmrr nm elm l icmmcntn of ervlerre to lo Ilmll from tlmno to ltimo in (Iliir cli r'clce, wlillih imlolcoa will In iall caea bo inaerttm mv rtitta.l f

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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JAMBEROO. THE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 October 1887

JAMBREOO. THE RACES. Tun annuail mooting of tho Illnwarra -T -tur Club lias taken plIce dluring tLhe wook, \\udnus day mid Thlrsdny, 5th and 0tLh instact, beuing thie moinotltllsa days. Tioe wroatlher--a primary cousidoration nliko for horsoownors and spLe, tti'tOs-was fair.' d warm on 0Wudnioaday morn ing, though cloudy iand with a probability of showers-a probability which was reaolisud dur ing the aftornuoon, though thu rain which foill wsH only jusl suflicient to intorfero slightly with thll onjoymiint of holiday-makers, without marring in auy dogre? thll special business of the dny. \Vith regard to tihe attondanco of spectators, one may observe that whoro theor is nbundance of room for thle largest nunboer that the conditions of the case could possibly bring together, thll total of those present is likely to appeor coqmparatively small. An old turlito was remarking to ume thlit ho haId nover witnessed BsuIh falling,-off; but whlt wvore the real numbers adinitted thie inony-takl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 October 1887

" KItAC'IINO'It LPOWHICII"dulo (I igaJ' n llR JORAp •altIh1, l?13otlloH, nall nil cothur' IlHUL(t, Vwhile qllt L. hnulon to doin?i?;Hlou anunlh, In ox. tonrmatnlinglnBootloRn l in nceer i,? lhli puwihuri le oxlrnoi lnry.', :It 1 In I 'ol, ulol hl n( ,ppli. antlon. bSoo thio rllulo ?i piiiilrcaoeni ' KI \'c'. IIt,'," 1, hIlnitltl?nuin e 10a i dlx l~ nn lll inceouo l .t l, S?hl iln 'lnl,. Oil1, l na, a 2 d1 01 ? noll, Iy all olhomlelt,-An'V, A REMIARKABLE CABsE. UNDEn the above handing the Doncasfer 7e. porler of July 6th, 1887, publishes the following in its cditorial columns: Our renders mnay recall the circumstance of a young olork, named Arthur Tllhcold, fsling in sensible on the Wheatley Lana in this town seomon time ago, and behig picked up, as he continuedl perfectly helpless, an,d taken in a cab by two gentlemen to tie offie of F. WV. Fisher, Esq., the solicitor who employed him. On ro. storing him to conscioneness it was ascertainod that lhe weas nmfflicted with wlht soomed t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 October 1887

DR. JOHN 8. WILSON, 1,R..O.S. Exa., L.R.?.P.E., L.M. 1873, F,R.G.S ENo., 1875, &o,, Inato of Colllts..tree East Meelbourno; ntt Londlon, Consulting and Operating Surgeon, "BRIGHTON VILLA," KIAMA, (Opposite Catholic Chapel.) Ar oMis on COr OoNstrnrmsroN: Mornings, 9,0till 2. Evenings, 6 till 8, 9-14 87 THE REPORTER. AND ILLAWARRA JOURNAL. PUDLISHEIID EVERIY WEDNESDAY AND SATUILI)AY UD ORONI1NG. SATURDAY, OGTOBER{ 8, 1887, ulnit.oVAY 2li 'l22-i!Jp2ldini dis onn.,--'! he anrimilhg hioronnoa ot Enrglish cholon and d inrr liil dslould ho iwnriiig to 003vory o0le to nnbd I2 nt o·onloiy 0i'lO2gllhirl,' toillliohg tow\nrld disaonRo IIlolliwany's TPllu ,nhohl now bo in ovory lholue holl o ra cliIy all iiih22r2.notl.ts of Ilno blodrl, to I(2ll0ody wkonliioss, 2l2 to ov(0 rcolmo im0ir\ltdird gour2i h1,nlth. N2otlhlng 2222 Ian idinplor th(2n 2h12 i222st(1'ltio2 ls for tklitg htI s nimorraclivo inin i 2,il', Iothtl ig m1(2.21 or l Ill (hlllh2 t (a1 I ( O iOnIIHI2hg ,o3'(;er2, 2olhing umo...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 October 1887

PARLIAMENTAIRY.. IN tlihe Legislative Assembly on 'Tuesday,. October 4, lMr, ; Fhrnell moved theseeond roeading of the municipal roa d and streeots bill, 'I exteonded the previsions of section 117 of tire Municoipal Act by providing thalt before roadus were hmnded over to mnunici palities they should Ie oloared of all obstruc tions, such as bouldeis, rooks.and stumps, In committeoo the bill was amended so as to oxol?udo land owned by theo' Crown from, its operation, and also so as to give enoh municipal council power to refuse to take over a road or streoet unless the plan of its formation Ihas boon stubmitted to sad ap. provoed of by the oounoil. The bill was amonded as agroeed, to by the House., The IHIouse having gone into commitotee, Mr. Fletcher moved--'That o addrcess be presented to the Governori, praying that Isis Excellonoy will be pleased to cause the nocessary steps to be taken to make provi. sion by bill for the payment of members of tihe Legislativo Assombly., T'he reso...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 October 1887

VARIETIES. First Domestic: "An' are yo goin' to leave that nice place ye have, Jane:" Second Domestic : "Yes, 'Mary, I've given 'em warning." "I never heard a word agin them.'! ".lo, Mary, but the mistress is so perlite that I'm gittin' lazy," The wife of a friend of ours is one of the Princess of Wales's most loyal admirers, and she has always set IHer Royal Highness up as the standard of perfoot charm and pro. priety; but the other day the following hap. pened. Our friend brought home from the city a huge envelope which he tossed into his wife's lap saying that he had brought her a birthday card. Tis little woman eagerly raised the flap and drew forth a large photo. graph; but she only gave one glance at it, and then angrily flinging it from her, she flushed up and cried: "lOharley, how dare you insult me by bringing home a portrait of one of those half.clothed trea-" "But, my dear," expostulated our poor friend; "you haven't looked at it: it's the latest portrait of the Princess ...

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