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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 October 1887
IT is somotimes convenient to find in one or another of our contemporaries a text for " leaders," whioh the constituents of news. papers commonly expect to seeo; but tie sulbjeot niatteor for which might not otlherwise very readily turn up, We find such a text in the " 8. M. H1, -lorald " of Tuesday last, and thus it is written :--" Our London corres: polidsnt, writing on September 2, says : Some of the London nowspapers have boen making merry over the proposal of certain publio men in Now South Wales to change the name of that oolony. The 'Daily News, of Tuesday this woeek, after proposing a few alternative nanies for Sir A. Stophen's considoration, such as ' Alberltland,' Newcambrin,' \V Walosland,' ' Eistoddfodd,' 'Gordonia,' ' Australina,' and tinally SJubilia,' suggests that after all it would be the wiser courseo to lot well alone." We know no more about the matter than what appears in this paragraph ; and very possiblly we never may, since our time and opportuni. ties for oxa...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 October 1887
O0MMECIAL. £ e. D 8,a. D. Butter, per lh........ 0 0 G to 0 0 7 Ditto. second. .... .0 0 4 0 0 0 Factory ............... 0 0 7 0 0 8 3ncnn (hand curod) 0 0 6 0 0 7 ho. (machine oit) 0 0 5 0 0 6 Do(heaovy& rouglh) 0 0 8 0 0 5 ITamsa(hand ourte) 0 0 9 0 0 10 Do (machine oured) 0 0 7 0 0 8 Lard.................... 0 8 0 0 4 Chlooeeo..............., 0 0 2 0 0 4 Dito,'eoco'nd...0.. 0 0 1 0 0 2 Pignalive.....,,,:... 1 1 6 114 6 Calvee, oach.......... 6 0 1 5 6 Ilide, peorlb......... 0 0 8 0 0 8 Calfekins, oach...... 0 0 0 0 0 9 'Tallow, por ton...... 14 0 0 15 0 0 laizo, per bushel... 0 8 9 0 4 0 Wheat, ditto........ 0 2 10 0 8 0 Chaff, per owt,....... 0 4 5 0 5 6 harley (Eg,) bush, 0 8 6 0 5 0 Do, (Cpe) ........... 0 8 8 0 8 8 Ote (sed).......... 0 2 2 0 2 4 Do, (food) ......,,, 0 2 8 0 2 O (nione, perton...... 4 0 0 4 10 0 Iay, onton ....,,..... 2 0 0 2 10 0 Ditto, lucerne ...... 1 10 0 2 15 6 Potatooes .........',.. 8 0 0 8 5 0 Fowla, por pair..,.... 0 8 0 0 5 0 Dulcks............
PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 October 1887
TIrE business of tho Parlinmontary Sossion is lbcoming imlpo'rtant, tlnd intorosting, On Wednesday the promised Land Bill and Local Government 13ill wore both introduced in thU Assembly, the first by Mr. Garrett, thle second by Sir Houry Parks. Enach of them was road a first timn, o01 taken as road. 13oth moeasures ren naturully of considnrable length ; and to giv suoh an ancoount of thom as may be oompressmrd within our Rvailable spaoo will roquiro soino considration. The Bankruptoy Bill and othor monasures of un. questionablil importaneo have boon for some timno uldi'r disouasion, and thero is, iiudood, nover any laok of importnnt subjeots for the coniiidoration of a legislative body, but it is not ovory nonasuro of intrinsia importanoce that excitoes goinral interost in the publio inind, Thi Local Governmont Bill contains 4150 olnusos, most of whioh, of uourso, rnfor to administrative detnils, Tlhe Land Bill oontairs nonrly 200, This distriot, as a wholo, maiiy lie said to have l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 October 1887
FATHER IS GETrTING W\iLL. My dnaghtoer says, " IIow nimulc hotler father iR Rinco e11 used Dr. Sonlo's Ainotionn Hop ]litterR. iHo in getting well afler his long Bef fering from a diaonse dolroled inourablo, and we nrc sn glad, lio neod your Bitters." A lady of rihclietor, N. Y. " Utica Horald." IT Is A BnLD STATEMAINT to say that nny niodicino in " never known to fail," but it i8 stated emphalically by the proprietors of Dr* Dloll's (Kidney and Livor) Bitters, This medi cine in a speLiflo for disonOea of lthe kidnoye, liver and blnddor, and has a reputation of thirty years' tannding. INaRUANORl. -InInlranco in a good thing whether applied to life or property, No loss a blsPin'g i anything that innsren good health. 1)r. 13ll's (Kidnoyr nod Livor) Bitters do this. It in nature's gront remeody. It is a mild but efliciont ctlhartic, and acting at thoe snmo timn on the liver, kidneys and bowels, it rolieove all thelo organs and enablos tihen to perform their dutleo perfootly. It lina wo...
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 October 1887
MEETINGS TO BE 1IELD, ProLMtitnt Alliannce meets Oct. 2?1, nt 7.80, -No. 12. L.O.TL., mnoets Nov. 1. at 7.80 No, 115, L.O.L., metul sNwv. 7, lat 7.30. No.?77, LT.O.l..mle? Nov', . 2.at 7 p.m, No. 140, TL.O.L., nmo(ets No. 8, ait 7.0 p.m, foais of Temmlpamnc, , No. 27, meots ot. 1o, at 7.0. •~ ,;UU
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 October 1887
Business Directory. KIA1IA. A lNOLD, MIbSES, (E. & A.) Dresmnakors - Maning.ctrcet. A! ~ikE, Dt. Wq ., Pihysicia and Surgeon, - Market SquAre. ATKINSON, TiOS., Builder, &c., Vine Oottage, Dido.street. AYAZA, ALEX., Niglhtnman aud Carter, Man _.ning-street. i'AiNES, WILLIAM, iHorse bhoor & General Blacksmithl, Terralong-stresot. B"EVAN, W. J., Tailor, &o., Terralong. D tr'eet. BtROWN, FRANCIS, Tinsmillth, &e., Torra D long~etreet. ' BROWN, GEORGE, News & General Agent, Tlerralong-stret. B ULLEN, GEOIGE, Goeneral Storekeeper, Il reo & Tin Plato Workor, Terralongast. C-iAMPELL, tD., Boot and Shoo Maker, -- l anning~atroot. CAMPBLL, ALEX., Auctioneer, &o., Terra. long-st root. C IN, PLUMBI CG ii, Horse Slicer & Genouoral Blacksmith,Terralong. street. 3II[N, MRS. P., Fruiterer, lanning-streot. CLLABIK, W.1., Beet and Shoo)3Makr, Man. ning.Btreet. COCKS, W\., & CO,, oGeneral Storekeeoopers, J Manning.stroeet. ...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 October 1887
RELT G OT 0 US. CTITUROII O' IhNGLAND. Dli*Inn Sorviao wnll 1n enndhtled nm Sunday next In tihe Chirch of Enlglad Chlnurchers na followsn: Christ Chur'h, Kinnmn, at II atn.-l?Rov. T. It. Price Ct rit Church, nt 7 pmn.--Heov. J. I. Price Servuic will ohe rondlctcd in then Church of Englalnnd AnnbcrroM, uld Shehll hbour, o?n Sunfldy next, na follows: thitllhnrlor.oi.; 11 o.ri--l?ov. 1!. Critford Jonmberoo nt 7 pm.-m-hov. E. Crioford
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Thursday, 10 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 October 1887
LATSET TELERAPHIO INflTELLI (Fnoi OnUR OWN CORRnSPONDRNT.) SYDNEY, Thursday, 10 a.m. Sir Henry Parkes has assigcned his estate to his trustees. His liabilities are £52,000; assrsts, £605,000, consisting principally of landed property. riday, 6 p.m Friday, 6 p.m. After the formal business had been trani sacted in the Assembly yesterday, Mr. M'Elhone moved the adjournment, urging the prosecution of the writer of articles which had appeared in various papers in reference to the Premier's aflfairs. He spoke about an hour, accusing the Premier of tak. ing several colleagues into the Ministry on consideration of Ihis owing them large sums of money. When Sir iH. Parkes rose to re ply he met with a storm of cheers from the Mlinisterial benches, and delivered one of the most powerful and effectivo speeches ever heard in the House. He emphatically de nied Mr. M'Elhone's charges, and gave a full explanation of his financial affalhirs, clearly showing that tile transactions with his colleagues ...
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 October 1887
CO01ESPONDNQE,. TO Tna fluITOit, Sen,-Rofotrring to a suggeBstion of Mr. Oollloy', of Janmboroo, to theo A. & I. Society, heo coi plnims that theore wroro no true poirgoninins it the hlat show. Now, buing olnu of the judgeo, this isl a out at ino, togothlor with tho other judgen nd oxhilbitors; buit, Sir, I havo a dis tinot recolleotion of two at leanst of tho six varlotion, theose being tluo Iohlar?oniunm, and tho first of thu vnriety I lund seoo i thu colony, and for Mr. Colloy's bonolfit their aunmon wOrn Royalty and Ukraino, and I can anfoly say thie oxhibit contained six vnaiotion of truo nameod polargoniumuns. My Inmory will not allow mro to namue all the variotioc shown, but if Mr, Colloy hnd writteon oooner I should have boon glad to do so for his bonullt, Tho oolnolusion I aomno to is that Mr., OClloy oither has a standard of his own or has no knuow lodg6 of florioulturo orr the eiolenco of botany. Maybo this will enlighton him: I'ulargoniuin: aro a genus of plants ...
SIR HENRY PARKES AND HIS CREDITORS. ASSIGNMENT OF HIS ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 October 1887
SIR HENRY PARHES AND HIS OREDITORS. ASSIGNMENT OF HIIS ESTATE. Fon some tine past rumoura have bsen ourrent with regnrd to the relations of Sir Hnury Parkes ned his creditors, anud in mnore thllan one quarter thero havo appoeared statements pur porting to describe the condition of aflhirs bo. tween the Premier anld those to whom lhe is illn dobted. W1V are now in a position to give an accurate statement of Sir HIenry Parkieos' position in re spoect to his liabilities, arrangements betweeoon him and his creditors, by which a cortainl course hlnas boon agreed upo, having booeen comipleted yestorday. For soeveral weeks past it hais boon known that the Premier has found his liabili ties, which lhave accrued through n log course of yoears, pressing heavily upon hims, and of lute the bIurden has been considerably iuereased by the importunities of soene who liguro in the list of hIis creditors. His duties at the Oolohinlt Secretltry's oflico and it Parliastient have made it diflicult for h...
JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 October 1887
JAMBEROO. ON Thursday the remains of an aged resi dlent of this locality were committed to the earth. This was hMrs. Barber, tlhe sotherO of our neighbour, Mr. William Barber, and, I bulieve, of several other brothers and sis. ters, two of the latter being Mris. John Dud. geon and Mrs. I-. Tllompson. The old lady, who had reached her eighty second year, hiad remained generally healthy anti vigorous for her age; but a few days before her death she me with an accidental fall, which caused something like a dislocation of this hip. She was attended, I hear, by Dr. Terrey, who soon saw, however, that thie case was hope. less, and the old lady died on Wednesday last-at whbit hour I am not informed. She was buried, as above mentioned, on Thurs day in thie Wesleyan burial ground, the resi dent minister of her denomnination ofliciating, and a considerable number of tihe neighbOurs attending at the funeral. The deceasedl had beon for some time residing with Mrs. IH. Thomipson.
NOTES AND NEWS. PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 October 1887
NOTES AND NEWS. PAr.IAMIIENT. In the Assembly on Tuesday a motion, moved by IMr. Melville, for thle appointment of a select conmmittee to inquire into and report upon the practice and regulation of medicine and surgery, was agreed to. The Elections and Qualifications Commit. tee, in their report declared that Mr. Wise had not, since his election, accepted an oflice of emolument beyond that provided for in the office of Attorneoy-Geoneral, in contraven. tion of fho 28th section of the Constitution Act. Sir IHenry Parkes iri answer to a question respecting the purchase of land near Dawns Point, replied that it was not the intention of the Government to purbchase any addi. tional land in that neighbourhood. The Government have granted permission to certain owners of electric motors to try themn on our lines at their own expense. The Premier stated that the Government would probably put their proposed railway policy before Parliament in about a month. A motion moved by Mr. Thompson in t...
RETIREMENT OF SIR WILLIAM MANNING. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 October 1887
NING. SIr WILuIAA MiLANNINa, the Primary Judge, who has eoen for some time past unable to attend to hli ollicial duties in consequence of a very serious illness, has communioated with the Premier, and forwarded to him the. cortilloates of his medical adviser, whiohl shllow that it will beo imnpossiblo for him to resume Jlis position on tihe Supreme Court bonolh. His Honor's illness was brought on through a severe cold, contracted in the courso of Ilis daties at the courts, Wo are glad to say, h6wover, that the illness, at a critical stage, took a favourabIle turn, and that Sir William may now bo.said to bo out of danger. Ha is; hownvor, still very weak, and his medical attendants are entirely op posed to Sir William resuming his old 0 posi. tion,. Should lihe do so, they fear that a re. lapse would set in whiohl would end in thor. ough prostration, if not death. Under theso ciroumstances, thny have written out a oer. tilloatn to tlhe efl'ot already stated, and havo by overy nimans i...
BUTTER FACTORY FOR FOXGROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 October 1887
BUTTE1R IACTORY FOR FOXGROUND. IT is thle mnost natural thing in tile world that ill the prusOnt state of thle markeot for dairy produce, tho factory system should.bo growing mors and more in favour with our farmers. Betwooeen the enlarged production of buttor in our own colony, and the increasing importa tions from New Zealand, the pric oven of ex cellent butter has fallen to a higur almost un procedentedly low for this' early period of the seasoss; anld tie faot that factory butter is quoted in produce reports at fiom a penny to fourponco a pound above theo best hand mdo must in the circumstances have greoat weight in our farmers' calculations of possiblo profits. Thle English market--the great mllarket of tIhe world-is that to which they have nlow to taurl their eyes; and it has fortunately boon estab lished beyond all disputo that the butter mado in the factories of the south coast may be placed on tihe Lo]ndnu market at reumuuerativo prices. The account sales of a lot shipped o...
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 October 1887
LOOAL AND DISTRIOT NEWS, T'Io moouting of thu Klamn lorouglh Onuoall whiioh Hhuold hlnvo taslon plaou 00 Thursday Intend for wanl of a qtoroltm. T1he Manyor aolnd A ldur'ou Kilng, OUl?, ad Oralg wou in atton daso, atd wallted till punt noou, but thu lIlfth m5n did noit appont. Altdolranu Sisinisoo, who iH usually p)iiaIOiiIl at thu Inonai, wa], wV buliovo too unwoll tto l a o sid t tn no o0t0 olao alppoturod tho Matyor waa osmpollud to tad loturn thio ueonlling for thu'ull' ualpriod, ] 'rcb. ably littlo oulld shavo hoots dpnlo, 'Th inlOHt psousiog qsontloss in that of th sow luau and thin mattll' haI b(outn rOftod to u cousostlt(ou to till with olhosd do.rt', T'.t' t rosuitig of liottltt'y of a pmllablo tl kid is atn ldatlrt u nty lislt u Lo dloitlsh i hltmo't.· nnoo thoIsh iho onopnlptsasllvO vsahls of IhlI '"ylgntu t" i otihntr broodt?s is a inl, t ,tttr nlt whlh broi'ulor and fauolor ms?ot alwany, lo oxpoutosd to dilf~', \V. halvo unuu a lislu1 al' of' " thlo bIolu," wolloh uosr ...
SHELLHARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 October 1887
SHELLHAIROUV. (?aoo1 Oun COnrcusroNmisN'r.) Tulii wonthr, whlioh was cold hIorno during thoe lafet w £ lnys, Ihae tanl( a turn and is all that could b derlendl, with bright sunny clays and frosty nights, and may it continuu so for a woUk or two, )uriang th lasnt month or two wo hIvo hadnl quit a varioty of nt;mnospharlo changeos, Koam bittmir wimds acompamcnid by oooasional showers, aro houn folnowed by mild ohmnarm. ing days, l nd again asnobdomhd by froaty mights wlith tho thlormlomoto r at almnost frmem.. ing point, Orops nro loolkinlg hoalthy and shtook in good oon'lition, The Long Point Quarry is now gottig? into proplcr working orior as also M.ir, Suthuri' land's oontraob in oi'otihg a iowM wlnharf. Mos'srH, Oraddock amd Upton ari turiing out naoimm splllmdid 1lbricks at thluh, \wo'ks on lr, 'lTlnomnas's 11ld; it Is also Irumno el1d 'uch lat th i Shall herhour Amoutnr tinstrudl Troupa nra going over to Albion Parlt in a fort. might .s tnha to giva omir of thiahr ouitertaink au...
KIAMA RIFLE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 October 1887
KIAMA RIPLE AXSOCIAM'ION. TiHs quartorly prizo mooting of tho abovo took placo oil tho 80th ultimno Iat the usual plaoe, The attondanoo was not so good as usual, thare being only twonty-ono oompotitors, Tho' day was linh, but thoreo was a very glaring and baffiling light, and consrqunotly thu shonting g-onoraully was not as good as oi smolo pluvihus occasions. Thu prio.s olfrtod woro as follows: -Mr. G. Knight's trophy, valuo 21s ; Mrs. J, IHonoy's trophy, vulno 17s Gd, 15s, 12s Od, is Od O, a asd s. Appllndlo d aro thle scoros : S'OGAP, TOTAL. J. loks ........... 0 00 Ist priszo P. \Walkor......... O 5O ,I d ,, EI, J, Marks...... 5 50 3rd ,, 8, M?nrlks........... 11 5O 4h ,, T. S inks .......... 8 58 5th ,, IH, Hi, Honoy .... 0 58 Oth ,, . Oordoss......... a 58 7th ,, Jiss, Spiks,........ O 57 . G, IssghlCt......... 5 5 R, King............ 13 50 H. 1 , Mood ...... 0 55 H, Hioks ........... 0 55 W. Fislayson,,.... 7 54 !T- Hony,,,.......... 10 53" O, Bursssll ,........ 3 45 W, Oraig...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 October 1887
110W PILLS ARE MADE. TnE Custom of tlaking medicino in the form of pills dales far hack in history. The object is to oenabl us to swallow easily in a condensed form disagreeable and !inueons, lint very useful, drugs. To what vast dimonsions pilltnaking ihas grown manny Io imagined whe we say that in England alno about 2,000,000,000 (two thounsand million) pillA are consened every year. In early days pills wore made slowly by Iinl, as the deomnand was comparative ly smnal. To day they are plodluced with infilitely greater rapidity by by machiies especially contrived for the purpose, and with greater accuracy, too, in thi proportions of the various ingredients em ployed. o for1m of medication can e hottoer than a pill, provided only it is intelligently prepared. But right hero occurs the dilliulty, Easy nas it may seem to nmake a pill, or a million of theim, there are really very foew trills that can hI huo estly comioanded for popular sae. Most of them c ither undershoot or overshoot...