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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 October 1887
VARIETIES. The extent and character of the rjoioings, and the nature of the ceremonies (says the " Herald,") which the Government regard as the most fitting for the celebration of the colony, will be decided in the course of the next few days, It is highly probable that an interoolonial exhibitiona of Australian products will fprmn an important feature in the centenary proceedings, The Promier, it is understood, favours this project, and the Agricultural Socioty f 'the colony is do. sirous of taking the matter in hand. Sir Henry Parkos has announced that represen tative monfrom all the Australian colonies will be invited to take part in the rejoiciugs, but nothing definite has yet been done. The contradiction which appears in the following is rather curious, The "Herald " of Tuesday says :-With reference to the delay in the opening of the railway line from Wollongong to Kiama we have received a letter from Messrs,:Logan & Co,, contractors, asking us to correct a statement wh...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 October 1887
WESRLE:YAN. SifrveCs wIll be Ecnductl in tho WelOyoan Church on Sunday noxt, as follows ; Bilaa, oht 1 o1io.-lonv, R. R. Bowes XlMamo, at 7 p.m.-Rov. (I. P.. Oloasol) JnmTrloroo, oh 11 ajm.-lteO, 1. Il. Iloon Joioleroo, I 7 p.m.-31ev. I. II. limes OIl P11cc. At 2.a0 p o.-flov. (1. I. 01000on rlercIgcong, at 11 Am,-',d-O. II. A. Somoerville (Cc'rlroccocb, at 7 p1cuc-Ilr, W. Coroford Fccogrour lAt at 11 nacc,-TOtr. IV. CoJlasrd WlelcolrboOO oh 11 o.cc.-01~r, IV. Joinos
THE ANNEXATION MANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 October 1887
THE ANNEXATION MANIA. TunI troubles and complications caused by the annexation mania should soon be over, from want of anything in the wide world for ambitious nations to seize upon. Our telegrams inform us that 1100 miles of the East Coast of Africa, behind which there lies an indefinite track of country, generally supposed to be lavishly productive of savages, snakes and gums, has been ceded to England and Germany by the Sultan Eof Zanzibar. Southward of this the coast is claimed by the Portuguese. Then come the English settlements; and, on the unhealthy and, swampy West Coast, again, the French imagine themselves to possess an unmieasured and immeasurable territory. As a great portion of Asia has come under European dominion, and as even the small islands of the Pacific are now coveted and sought after, the European races will oory soon. have an. nexed the wholo globe, with the exception of China, which even the greediest nation will probably leave alone. In a few years there wil...
THE AREA AND POPULATION OF EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 October 1887
THI ARIA AND POPULATION OP EUROPl. GiriNaIr, S'ralnram'rsxi, who was selcteod by the International Statistiocal oigross, hold at the Hague, to prepare a report upon the arna and number of inhabitants in tho.dif furunt countries of Europe, has completod his labohurs, the gist of them laing that the total area of Europo is 0,233O000 squaro miles, of whiuh 3,433,185 square miles bo. long to Russia, 301,000 to Austro.IIungary, 338,000 to Germany, 333,435 to Fr.nco, 312,810 to Spain, 281,015 to Swodon, 203,375 to Norway, 190,015 to Groant Britain iand Iruland, 180,310 to Italy, 103,350 to Turkey in Europo and Bosnia, 88,810 to Denmark, 82,120 to Roumnania, 55,000 to Portugal, 40,435 to Grooo, 30,375 to Sorvin, 25,875 to Switzerland, 20,025 to Holland, and 18,430 to Belgium, Trhie Russian Empiho in Europo alone covors more than half of tho wholeo ontinont, om hiriolng tho klingdom of Poland, the Grand Duohy of Finland, and part of the Oauoasus, Russia also stands far in advnnac of all the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 October 1887
DR. JOHN 8. WILSON, M.R.O.S. EN., L.R.O.P.E., L.M. 1873, F.R,G.S. ENO., 1875, &o., Late of CotUtna-atreot Eant Melbounec; and London, Consulting and Operating Surgeon, "BRIGHTON VILLA," KIAMA, (Opposite Catholic Chapel.) Art HosIo con OONSULT?IoN : Mornings, 9 till 2., Evenings, C till 8. 0-14 87 -THE REPORTER AND ILLAWARRA JOURNAL. -0 PUflIRlltD 1 VERY WVn:DNBlDAY AND'SATUODAY MORNING. WEDNESDAY, OOTOBER 10, 1887. ANSWEDR TEHIS. ' Did you over know niy poraon to bo ill, without iinaotion of tho etominoli, liver or kid iIoy, or did you over know. ono who wia wull olin oithior was obltrn?tod or innotivo ? nld did.you over know or hoar of nny CaBUf of tho kld t(hint Dr, Soulo'o Ainorloani Ho)p Bitlors would not ouro ? AAk your noiglhbour thle samuo qllletion. " Tinies." ITr I"A BL,,D STrA'EN?nMl r to any thnt nny modlolio ln " novor known to fnll !' but it I statod oniphnlitlmlly by thu propriutors of Dr loull' (K idny and tlivor) WiltoWr. ThiH lmodit. oltlo el spipoillo for d...
SIR C. G. DUFFY'S IRISH CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 October 1887
SIR 0. ~. DUFFY'S IRISH CONSTITU SBim OnAIMLis GAVAN Duvrr has attempted, in an article which will appear in the next number of the " Contemporary Review," to sketch a constitution for Ireland wvlich, while just and adequate, will be acceptable to the whole nation. He aims, he frankly admits, at making " religious liberty, privato property, the administration of justice, and all the essential bases of society as safe in Ireland as they are anywhere under the sky ;" to make the substitution of a Celtic or Catholic ascendanoy for the Protestant ascendancy impossible; to create a native Parliament in which the whole nation shall be adequately represented, and thus to secure the unity and peace of the entire people. To achieve these great ends he has drawn up "a fair constitution," which largely re flects his own experience as an Australian statesman. Hlie proposes that there should be two Chambers, the Assembly and the Senate. The popular branch of the Legisla ture should consist of 10...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 October 1887
TEllin, are some in our distriot who believe strongly in Sin HIiNnvY PAnKus as a states man and there are some who in selecting, say, a well to'do local man as a candidate for the representation of the electorate would urge, perhaps, with dogmatic confidence the argumentthat " a person who has done well for himself would be likely to do well for the country." Slt I-I PARKES was the ro prosentatleo'of this electorate in more than one parliament ; but his fitness for the ,posi. tion could not at any time have been sup ported on the ground that he had done well for himself, though his adherents very pro. bably included a number of persons who at another time could have applied in its full. eat extent the maxim above referred to, which is so caloulatedfto pass for political gospel, with persons 'who do not appreciate the difference betwcenh publio. and private business, Believers -in the historical value of Sin H. PAniKr's statesmanship must at tho present junicture be struck with the r...
ALL ABOUT LONDON CABMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 October 1887
ALL ABOUT LONDON .ABMIEN, FEw work harder than the cabman, and, with the exception of a couple of months in sum moer, the work is of the most disagreeabln sorb. Think of the joys, the sorrows, the romances, the meetings, the partings, and even the. coimes, that tie cabman in a mea sure participates in, and yet, if we may judge from the imperturbable front ie pro. sents to the world, lifo makes but a faint im press upon him. Your arrival, to him, is the same as your departure. Your joyous greetings affect him no more than your de parting tears, You are simply the fare. Who you are and what you are is equally un important. And yet in spite of the fact that we treat this largo army of men as automatons, they are human beings like ourselves. Some where in this vast metropolis, over which he is'doomed day and night perpetually to wander, the cabman has a home, and per haps a wife and children to greet him on his return. The cabman's home is usually a humble one. If he is single, the chan...
To Correspondents and Contributors. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 October 1887
To Correspondents and Contributors. WE must point out to all who fa' our us with CORRESPONDENCZ or CONTRIBUTIONS intended for pub lication that, for very obvious reasons, we must adhere to the invariable rule that all such communications must be accompanied by the Name and Address of the writer, not for pub lication, unless desired, but as a guaratitee of good faith. We shall refuse insertion to all communica tions likely to be offensive or to give pain to private individuals, and shall hold ourselves at liberty to-ex cise objectionable passages from contributions or letters
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 October 1887
Business Directory. KIAlIA. ARNOLD, MISSES, (E. & A.) Dressmakers " lanning-elreet. ASHI, DI. WM., Pliysicinn and Surgeon, Market Square. AT'rKINSON, THIOS., Buildor, &c., Vinr Cottage, Dido.stroet. AYAZA, ALEX., Nightman and Carter, Man ning"s.trot. 3ARNES, \ILLIAM, FHorso bhoor& General B nlaektnsmith, Terralong-stroet. 1 EVAN, W. J., Tailor, &c,, Terralong street. BIROWN, FRANCIS, Tinsmith, &e., Terra long-street. BROWN, GEORIGElNewes & General Agent, lToe ralong-street. DULLEN, GEORGE, General Storekeeper' B Iran & Tin Plato Worker, ''erralong-et. CIAMPBELL, ED,, Boot and Shoo Maker, lManning-setlroot. C AMPB L, ALEX., Aucltioneer, &c., Terra. long-slreot. CIIN, PLUMLEIGT, Tloreo Slheer & General IBlackmilth, Terralong'streot. HIIN, MRllS, P., Frliterer, Alanning-streeot. C('LARK, WM., Boot and Shoe Mlaker, Manll J ning.eatroot. (MUCKS, W., & CO., General Storekoeepore, . Alanning-strbet. COLEMAN &am...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 October 1887
R ELIGIOUS, CIrtrnCii OF ENOLAND. Dlvinf Rnrvlcn will b condullctod ol Atinsiny next in the Cteurch ot 1tnglnnd Churcltes as follows:-. Christ Chlnreh, Rlmnn, at ii n.m-.tey. J. II. Prime Charlt Church, at 7 p.m.-fla. T.. 1.riom Svervies will ise ronduetod in the Clhrurh of E~nilnnd Jeeheruo, and hlhmhlalear,,en Sunde) next, ens folows: Jmleirm)o at II et- meC. L. Crietard SlhtLqtrhear, at 7 p.m.-heyv. L. Criefard
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 October 1887
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. Protestant Alliance meoot Oat. 20, at 7.30. N o. 12, L.O.L., moeet Nov. 1, nt 7.20 No. 115, L.O.L., meeto Nv. 7, at 7.90. No. 77, L.O.1., rOOll Nov. 2, at 7 p.M. No. 140, L.O.T., Ilmoot Nov. 3, at 7.00 p.l., BSus of Teluporanoue, No. 27, iioet, Oot. 10, at 7.0,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 October 1887
W ANTED, a GOOD GENERAL SRRVANT, at once. M3R. CURTIa, " lOlrose," 10-19-87.1 Kiami. Waughope Butter Factory. W AN'ED, a thoroughly good workman for S above-a good butter-worker preferred. Apply to directois up to MONDAY EVENING, Out, 24th, stating wages. J. NELSON, 13-19.87-1 . Seeretary, LOST, near Mr. Wnldron'H property, Manning. street, a Walkiig Stick, silver forrulc, Iluclikhrn lihndle. Anyone retuirning saine to lMi. MAJOR, The Arcade, will be rewarded. 10-10-87-1 Evangelistic Services. SPECIAL UNITED ENANGELTISTIO RIR VICES will (D.v.) be hold at Sholllarbour Is follows : Mondny, Oct. 24, Wesloyan Churol, Prenaler, liev. J. Wilson. TulcdayOct .25,Church of Englnnd, Preacher, Iev. G. -leighway. Wednesdiy, Oct. 26, Presbyterian Church, Preacher, Rov. G.R. Glasson. 'Thursday, Oct. 27, Wesloyan Church, Preacher, iev. J. II. Price. Friday, Oct. 28, Church of Entgland, Preacher Bor. It.. . Bowes. Snatrday, Ort. 20, Presbyterian Church, Preacher, Rev. E. Ciesford, N.B.-Snikoy's Ily...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 October 1887
00 MMERu IAL. £ Ao, , £ 8. n. Butter, per b1....... 0 0 5 to 0 0 6 Ditto, eucond. ...... 0 0 4 0 0 ' Factory .............. 0 0 6 0 0 8 nacon (hand cured) 0 0 7 0 0 7J Do.(I?nclhinoiurcd) 0 ) 6 0 ,0 7 Do(heavy& rough) 0- 3 0 0 4} Inlia (lhnd ourod) 0 .0 8 0 0 9 Do (machino cured) 0 0 6 0 0 7 LardlI................ 0 3 0 0 4 ('Cho ................. 0 0 2 0 0 4 Ditto, second......... 0 0 1 0 0 2 Pigi , alive............ 0 19 6 2 5 6. Calves, each.......... 0 10 0 1 6 6 Ilides, per Ib......... 0 0 3 0 0 3 Calfakine, oachl....;. 0 0 0 0 9 'Tallow,per ton ...... 14 0 0 15 0 0 Mnizo, per buishel... 0 3 9 0 4 0 Wheat, ditto......... 0 2 10 0 3 0 Chaff, per cwt...... 0 4 56 0 6 Barley (Eng.) bush, 0 3 8 0 5 6 Do. (Cape)............ 0 3 0 .3 3 Oata (seed)., ........ 0 2 2 0 2 4 Do. (fed).......... 2 0 2 6 Onions, per ton...... 4 0 0 4 10 0 hay, otoen ............ 2 0 0 2 10 0 Ditto, Ilucrne........ 1 10 0 2 15 0 Potatoes ........... 3 0 0 3 6 0 Fowla, per pair...... 0 3 3 0 4 3 Ducka...
ACTION FOR NEGLIGENCE AGAINST AN UNREGISTERED MEDICAL PRACTITIONER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 October 1887
ACTION POR NEGLIGENCO A~AINST . AN UNREGISTERED MEDIOAL PRACTITIONER, IN this case the plaintiff, John Edgeworth, residing at Mlurrumburrah, sued Walter Horatio Allen, practising in that place as'a medical practitioner, seeking to recover £100 damages from him on account of negligence whilst attending the wife of the plaintiff" during her labour. The defendant was called in by the plaintiff to attend his wife under the impression that ho was a properly edu. dated practitioner possessing diplomas, ho .having " Dr. W.. H. Allen, Surgeon," on his dbor. The defendant arrived at his patient's house early on the morning of Saturday, 'the 19th March last, and apparently con sidered the case sufficiently urgent.to neces. sitato his stopping with her until nineo o'clock at night, when he left and went home. He was sent for twice during the night, but did not visit the woman again until some hours after she had been easily delivered by a properly qualified practitioner, whom the, friends had ...
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 October 1887
TO TlE EDITOiR. S?,,-The'Kiatna (N.S.W.) Cottage Hospital forms the subject of an editorial in the October number of the Ausetrulaiaot Medical Ga.etta,;. the accrdited organ of all the principil.medi cal societies "in Australitand Ndw Zdaland,' edited by the Ilonorablo John M. reed, M,L.C;, L.RMO.P., M:I.O.S.E., &'d; It is. 1 venture' to think, of'sulticient public interest, to receive a place in an early copy of your paiper. The aotibn of the medical practitioners who signed tlib request that their private paying patients should be admitted to the hospital on the sattle toerms as are allowed to the paid medical officer is uphold. Even if this privilege were allowed, the medical practitioners unattached to the hospital would not be benefited to the same doe gree as the paid surgeon. Ide can see the pub. lie pationts, for which he is paid by the sub. scribers, and his private paying ipatients, should he have any, at the some visit: whereas the other practitionors would have t...
THE BULLI PASS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 October 1887
TO 'THE EIDITORI O TOIFTHE , IMALD. Sin,-Lord and Lady Oarrington's visit on Monday last to this beautiful and charming. spot calls to mind' the necessity for having the " Bulli Pass" presorvod for ever to the people of New South Wales. No more lovely spot can be found in Ause tralia, abounding as it does in rich tropical; vegetation, palms, tree forns, mnammotle trees, cabbage tree palms, flowering creepers, &., Millions of money could not produce so noble a scoue, or such a "botanic garden.," Two trains daily from SydnJey and four. trains from Wollongong discharge excur sionists at the foot of the "Pass." It is not diflicult to imagine what will be the result in a year or two if no control is placed on the destructive activities 'of the excursion ists and larrikins, and they are allowed to plunder and destroy in ruthless fashion., By all means lot the " Bulli Pass " be ro sumed by the Government, and a ranger or keepor placed in charge at once. A portion, of the sum to be ...
KIAMA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 October 1887
XIAAMA BOROUGH COUNCIL, A SPECIAL meeting of the Council, which had been convened by circular, took place yesterday, A quorum was formed shortly before 12 o'clock, when there were present the Mayor and Alder men Simumons, King, Cole, Love, and Somer. ville. The minutes of the preceding meeting having been confirmed, the Council Clerk proceeded to read the correospondence. This was of loess in. torest or importance thati usual. It comprised letters outwards-to Mr. S. Elliott authlorising the laying of pipes in Manning.street. To the Colontal Secrotmay touching some formalities connected witll the negotiation of the proposed loan. To the Mines Department on the open. lug of a certain by road thrcugh C. Cameron's land, To Mr. Rossbach on thoe condition of Spring Hill. To Messrs. Nortont & Co. dclin. ing oiller'of loan. To the Chief Inspector of Stock on the subject of thoe Kiama pound. To T. Marshall requesting copy of draught of Aiidlieding TramIway Bill, and others of minor i...