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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 October 1887
MIEETINGS TO BE HELD. Protpestant Allinnce morts Oct. 2(f. nt 7.30., No. 19, L.O.Ts, mollr Nov. 1. at 7,|0 No. 115. L.O.L,. meots Np. 7, it 7.30. No, l7 T.0.1O.. Ioeets Nov. 2, it 7 p.m. No. isii L,.O,.. oto Nov\. 31, ot 7.O:'i pin. 0 tlnm om To lr llp ll ll l O i i , N o. n1, tL t N? 4 .V , ' I3(, ot .30.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 October 1887
Business Directory. 0KlAMA. ARNO"L , .MISSES, (E. & A.) Dreosinlkers Manniinig-slteeit. A Sill, DI. WM., Physician anid Surgeon, iMnro el F&lt;p]ire. 'A IN NON, TIOS., Builder, &c., Vine Cuttn.age, ldso-tlretl. A Y.'A\, A LX., Nilgtnihi nad Carter, MlII iiing >sulret. AIINNES, \W'ILIAM, Ilorse Shlr& GUneral B llinmillh, 'l'rrp long.-strlet. EVAN, W. J., Tailor, &c., Terralong.i B Ette. BItF)'AWN, FIA iTCES, Tilih, &c., Turrn. RO\WN, CEOlfil' , News & Genural Agent, TeJalonioi-vt'reet. SULLEN. GEOlIGEl, Gonernl Sntrlkenoper Iron & Tin PInto 'Workor, T''rrnlonig-t. CAMPl Ith,,, El),, 1IooL and Shoo Mnlker, CAMIPBII.L, ALEX., Atc'tioeer, &c., Terra. long-slreet. CHIN.PI'UMT, iTGl, hIors, Slheer & Genern IiBlackKuitd.T 'IrraloiHgsreelt. CHIN, HlMS. P., Fruileorr, MIaing.-streol. CLABt, Wm\l., lot ndl Shloo Makuer, ln-. liinug-slroo. COCKS W., & CO., Gelerunl Storekeepera, ln) anning-tlroItt. COLEM...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 October 1887
R E5 TJ I 0 I: 0 13 S. CTIIYRCJI OF' ENOTA!O~D. f~lvhint Fp'rvw wrill 1w. 'monnluete fiiwh Sl wxt~nm in tliJ tClnclril of Eijglnrid Clilrliw~ inr followo: (Ilrint. C~lini. ait 7pn -lon11. 1l.1a-lF. 11. l ,i ir fit. OIlorlg's, Ocrrn~fnn!7r, at 2.11) p.nr.--Jlor. .7. II. Prike Aerrn~nn wl lin i'oiiIiic1a in (lljF Cltreli of( 1l'rrlnfl1 JiiiliioOm, III~ ihSlldlnlolhrr, nil iii lr7na ts, inx folinoa Tollllllnn nfli ii in-lien. Ii. Crinfl~rl Slocllllnlolli, ii.· 7 p.rn.--llCi. 17. Claombd
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 October 1887
OBITUARY. SOME days since there was announced in the local and metropolitan papers the death of a young man named Richmond S. Henty, who expired, it was understood, from the ef- fects of a fit brought on by the exertion of working a fire engine while assisting to ex- tinguish a fire in Goulburn. The deceased &nbsp; was, not long since, well known in Kiama, having held a position in the local branch of the E. S. & A. Chartered Bank. Mr. Henty was during this interval a frequent visitor &nbsp; at the house of Mr. S. Major ; and on leav- ing Kiama about Christmas last, he con- ceived a strong presentiment that he would never see another. We have before us an illuminated drawing executed in black and &nbsp; &nbsp; gold, which, in the conviction above men- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; tioned, Mr. Henty executed and left with Mrs. Major. It is of a sufficiently simple character, representing a cross in veined &...
MR. GLADSTONE ON THE QUEEN'S REIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 26 October 1887
1£B. GLADSTONE ON THE QUEEN'S REIGN. MII. GLADSTONro on Tuesday, August 290, gave a jubilee treat to all tile parishioners of Hawarden of the samen age as Her Mlajesty (68) and upwards, in the formu of a dinner and tea, in a largo tent erected below the terrace in front of the castle. Tlhere were 250 or 260 people present, and they were served with dinner by members of the Gladstone falnily, assisted by tile servants at the castle. There were present MIr. Gladstone and Mrs. Gladstone, Mr. Williamn I. Gladstone and I-ion,. Mrs. Gladstone, IMr. Henry Gladstone, Mr. Herbert Gladstone, M.P., Miss Glad. stone, thu Rev. Harry and Mrs. Drew, ])rs. Evans and Burlinghamn, the levs, i . E. Trotter, HI-I, Kerry, Davenport, Jones, and J. Hutchins, Mr. Henry Hurlbutt, and otlher ladies and gentleman. After dinner Mr. Gladstone entered thIe tent and was accorded a hearty recepltion. In proposing the prin cipal toast of the day, "'The health of the Queen," Mr, Gladstone said,-Ladies and gentleman,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 26 October 1887
INROitANoI. -IlInsurance is a good thing. whether applied to lifo or property. No less a hiessing is anything tlhat insures good hoealth. Dr. Bell's (Kidney and Liver) Bitters do this. It is nature's groat remedy. It is a mil hut eciuent cathartic, and acting at the same time on the liver, kidneys and bowels, it relieves all theses organos and enahles them to perform their duties perfectly. It Ihas wonderful power. IT Is A BLOn STATw'mNarr to say that any modiciao is "never known to fail," but it is stated emphatically by tile proprietors of Dr' Boll's (Kidney and Liver) Bitters. 'l'iis modi cilne is a speciic for diseases of tile kidneys, liver and bladder, and has a reputation of thirty years' standing. ANSWER TIS. Did you ever know any person to be. ill, without inaction of the stomach, liver or kid neys, or did you over know one who weas well when either was olbstructed or inactivoe? and d(lid you over know or hear of any case of the kil,d that Dr. Soulo's Ameorican Hop Bitlters...
ALBION PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 26 October 1887
ALBION PAUK, ON Friday last tile Shollharbour Amatour Min-. atrols gave nl onteortainment in the Carrington hall. The orchestra cas comnlposd of Mos'srs. M'Inny and Ilaly (violins), Mr. A. J. Dolt imaer (piano), Mr. J. Oraddock (bones), Mr. \V. Carmnody (intorlocutor), and Mr. '. Fonwicl (Sambo.) The porformance conmmenced witlh thi overturo, Pinafore, followed by somne splen did gags, &o.; then followed a soentimental song, "' Kiss me and I'll go to slolp," by Mr. J. Intskip; comic by Mr. Fonwick, "Koemo, Koemo ;". sentimental song, " Come backl to Elrin,"' by Mr. A. J. DettmcCr; soni-coinic, "Strolling by thie stream light," by . Mr. J. Kelly ;" . followed by a song " Si'tbad the sailor" by Mr. W. Norris; coomi song, Mr. J. COraddock ; anld " The old log cabin in the lana," by Mr. W. COarmIody. The first plart of thIo untortaimincnt closed wiith a laughablo farco ontitlod " Thie Eccenltric Dentist." Thelr second part opeoncd wvith the overture '"Faust.". Mossres. Carmody a...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 26 October 1887
MUNI(CIPAL 0OUNCoIL The regulnr fortnightly mocting of the Council took plaeo on Monday last, 24th instont, and there were presonsot-tle Mayor, Aldernmen Lee, A. Wilson, Noble, Gordon and .lindn marsh. Minutes of previous meeting wore read and conirined., CORRICIIS PON DIE?NO Z, The only outgoing communication was to Mr. W, Christie, giving him instructions in referonce to potitions rtspecting post and telegraph oflaca for Gorringong; and the only incoming letter was from the Municipal Association of Now South Wales, forwarding copy of now Local Governmenat Bill, and intimating that the committee will be glnadl if tile Mayor would arrange to have the Bill considered as early as possillo by thu Ooun oil, and if there are any clauses which nood amending, or any provisions which thu Ooun cil do not approvo, if the Mayor will kindly forward suggestions as early as possible they will receive due consideration, On thle motion of Aldeormen I-Tindmarsh and Gordon tho communication was reeni...
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 26 October 1887
TO TIIF. E)ITOR. En.--Tlhoughll sonmewhat late I write in conse qn'cuee of minsstatements in your issue of tihe tuthl instant in a correspondence eigned W. Itllld. That I complained to the A. end II, Sociely commnittee in a. suggoetion as to the changing of a prize I was not before aware of, nor yet by so doing had any jludgeo reason to take exception to a recommeodatlon of his own briig erought before the committeeo, As Mr. lhndd was nppointed a judge of flowers it is only natrnt to suppeose tIhat he would have knowledge of that department to distingulish betwelen a true flower 11an1d a hybrid, but front the tenor of the let(ter I can only conclude that s5,,0 exhibitor lhas tkoen Mr. ltudd to task for sncli a recommendtu atioi as he made, and llow ihe wishes to make a scape.goat of your humble srvallt. As to tho ticketing and placing oxhlibits with commlnittFolnon I hold that satisfaction, cannot hIe given till some such course is adopted, toit withstaiding M.r. Rudd' ridicule, How...
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 26 October 1887
0QRESPONDENO,. 'TO '1110 IlI)iOl, Sil,--TI is with minigled foolingjs of ulrpriOse niod indigintion thint I havoroadn ill your columnlll of the lltion of tho Kinnl Cotlungo HIoslpitaln COmnioitteo with hrefuroneo to the most roInon nbl relrosN t of Dr'. \Vilon anld th otihir ditily qualii'id inoitinil ilrctitioineru of thie lisltriclt : ulrriano, to thiink tlhnt a rnlo hould inhave buon illowdl to arooi in to rionder thu conlnlitteuo ipowerlucsa to ncueda to Iheilr raqiot inidignlla tion, to fini n o lojority of1t thi ooinitio .no fnor proititotiing thIir pIU itiior ns to do)'. to thi iuihscrihoru n opportiun'ity of io-c?ioniidoiug . tIh oxpodiouney, ol' otlhorwiso, of anidl rI. A ftol r. thi ablo exposition of D)r. W\Vilson tan to tiho jan tico ndl ( exlldionlcy of tho rl.'iuLt of himsIi lal niid othiar doly q1a' ilnid iiiunlicnl prRclitionori of thie district, it Illlly o0C11 nllmlost p Snolt ln)(O IIn oil 11m1' plrt to ofFor orio wordt ill ntlition Ilctherc to ; but, no ni sibicr...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 26 October 1887
WESLEYAN. Srn'vlce will li Cnniuliteal In tli Weslyan Clurcll, on Sundny next, na follows : Mlnian, at 1 I.n,.--llv. IV. R. RStephinson 7ClImn, nt a p.ia.-Itev. IV. 1. Stophinuon ,Tiinlomrno, at 11 n.m.--Mr. . Cornford .Tiiinlmro. at, 7 p.m,-Mr. rT. ITobrln *t Old 1II'lce lt 2,11 0 pm.-MIr. IV, Conmordl OGnPlniotiir, atl. 11 .m.--niov, R. 1, IlowcN nlrrilagoai, nt 7 l.in.,--loV, 11. I I.lowne. ' roxrioulld, at 11 n.,m.,-iOv. G. R., I I8O.n Slhellliftrour at 11 n.m.--Mr. Somervlllo Slhclllbrlboir.' at 7 p.mI.--llov, 0 i.. lanssonl ,.loyv.. 0. II, lnasinn will conllllct orvico lit Mr. Noblo, Saidleback, oni Sunday next at ".110 p.m.
"IN THE HOUSE." [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 26 October 1887
" IN THE HOUSE." WITrouT being mulch lin the lIoneo onesole one may easily believe that n stitall :hiltillitnh ouf wit in Ithe shape of a joke slhould bie thankfully received., I wans in the House when on one occasion -- a good many yenrs ago-- what ;'as known as the questllion of th Pnama route was under disciussior Mr. Parkes being at tihe tino member for Kiemoa. The late Mr. Wmi. Folster was ii the House at the lime, and had soimething to say3' onil the question, Now the noe Panlama belolglls to Unso ?f the aboriginal or Iidiian dialets of Central America; and in coummonly, and I believe, correctly pronotnced with the accent on the last syllable. Mlr. Forster, however, lhad an affectation of plro nounllcing it otlherwise, viz. \with tte accent on thelo second s'llable, as if it werowrittoen Prananira. After this gentleman had in the coanrse of his siteec, two or three timos referred to the routeo vit Paitinua, Mri. ParlIkes rese, and affeoting to tisubdhlorstan(d l in, asked if t...
KIAMA COURT OF REQUESTS. TUESDAY, OCT. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 26 October 1887
XIAMA COURT OF REQUESTS, TUssy, Ocr, 25. Bneonoe Mosesrs,. Cdnnoll, .Blrdwn, Conway and Colloy,. Teresa Perkins v. J. Coclorill and wife, Wages, O.. 'The plinitiff in this ase, n young womnan who had lived in servioce with the defendanits, sited for the anmounit abovomeolI.ioned, a halaneo of wages dutlo Isher. Dofoendnnts pleadedt not indebted, l'aintiff sttaed that afltor Ibeing some weekoos wilthl the defundtints lso hadl givens notice to leave in consequaenoo of boeilng wnltoed nt homse ht aving beeoon told I)'by Mrsr, Couk.o rll that sels was nt liloerty to go Ihomo, sie had goneo but thoughthlersnlf inone the loss eRtlitled to the week's wiigns, . Defendants on the con trary mailntalned thtn, Ihaving given notioc ot tile 6th Oct. se hiad:loft on the 7th without nny such undoerstandifig nos alleged. Thn Besolh slismiioedl the onso, Mr., Cokierill, by way ol' slowinlg that Ihe wao ld not have lhogrnisged the pln"lnstt of tlio mosey Iadt it been fail ly laso, 1id0 tile amounst il...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 26 October 1887
DR. JOIIHN s. WILSON, M.R.O.S. ENo,, LR.O.P.E., L.MI. 1873, F.R.G.S. Eso., 1875, &c,, Late of Collinh-street East Melbourne;l and London, Consulting and Operating Surgeon, "BRIGHTON VILLA," KIAMA, (Opposite Catholic Chapel.) AT Ho0,IE Fo01 CONSULTATION: Fornings, 9 till 2, Evenings, 6 till 8, 09.14 87 THE REPORTER AND ILLAWARRA JOURNAL, PUBLISEIID EVERY WEIDNESDAY AND BSATURDAY MORNING. WEDNESDAY, 00TO3BER 26, 1887. FATHI1E? IS 0IT'T1'INU W\EL . 1\ly dulghtler snya, "I low mi ch Iru(lor fanlhor la OIhCo Ia uaod DrI. ' ila' Al imtiono IIop Illltteris, Ilo i goltting waell nftlr hi lohig adt. furiig 'ralll a dilsonso doolarod itllonrablo, and \wou ar HO glad, hIo uod y(our l.llttorn," A ladyV of Ibuhaslaor, N. Y, ', Uleit Ilorald,"
GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 26 October 1887
G~ERR1NGONG, (FRnO OUR COn?ouSI'ONDI?NT,) Snoin writing last a friend who pas present at tihe ball recently held. here has furnished me with sonme information refating to the same, which I feel hounid to record. The attendance, it appears, was not' as good as was anticipated by someo, IHIowever, there was all the more daicing roomfor those who came; and dancing was kept up' till the small hours of the morning. Mr. Keys, who catered, supplied a sumptuous repist, and a very enjoyablo night was spent. The music (which was excellent) was pr4\vided by Messra. Ettingshausan and Oheste.r (violin), and Miss Katu Atkinson (piano.) Mlr. Michael Walsh olfficiated as M.~. , and per formed his duty admirably, and to the satis faction of all. Several of the young ladies who were attired in the latest fasliion looked excellent, and were greatly admired; but to decide which was most entitled to thIe honour of " Belle" was a very ditlicult taslk, and as I am not an export in that line, I will leave ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 26 October 1887
Medical Notice. DR. WILLIAM C. AhSIl, Il.A., mnny ho consultod, nt ]is :'oldulco, Elsoi House, Mlarlelt Sqareo, Kinnt, fl'rom 9 to 10 a.ll., antld fot, 92 to 3 p.m. daily. At blHH l litho's, Gorringoatg, on Mlonldnys, from 11.30 n.., to 12.30 p.m. At Mr,. MO'Glinlchoy's. Shllhnrlour, oi Rlon. days, from 2.30 p.m., to 3.30 p.,. At Mr. Wood's, Jnobhoroo, ot Fridays, fromt 12 too, to I p.m. At Albon Par'k, on Fridays, frotn 2 p.,,. to 3 p.m. 7-0 87. TATTERSALL'S MIONSTER CONSULTATIONS. THE MELBOURNE CUP. ]UN NOVEI?BIER 1s'', 1887. 10,000 o ,ooo o i 10, 000 her~s at ?1 echcl/I/ First Ilorsleo £50ftOO ; Second Hot'oe £2000 Thirdt lorsm £1000 i; Starteors £100U; 1un staoturil £1000, to bu divided attlllgl thtitoII. The Melbourne Cup, Rult NOVEII'l?mIII lt, 1887. 2000 SUBSORI3IERS AT I 1AOl-Il, Fitst Ilorso £1000; Hectttt IInso o£300; Third Ilorso £200; Slntallter £2L50; Non tntoetO £250, to be dlivi. idoI amotngst themt EOnrly apilic )ll for ticetlol reqIostlOd, so thi t tItt ft rltttfo t...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 26 October 1887
IT is probably quite safo to remark that thero is no subject of legislation on whlich stronlger and moro variod--oven more op. posite-opinions and beliofs exist among the people of this colony, as of the Australian colonies generally, than that of tihe Sale, Lease, and management of Crown Lands ;" since on the manner in which these processes hre conducted it depends wlhether tile large number of persons who desire to take the land as a nmeanss of living shall be enabled to gratify that very'natural and very momentous wish. It is ovenc to be wished that the opinions and foeelings roforred to were stronger than thley are, if with such tidditional strengthl there took place a more expanded desire amnong the population' to settle into rural occuplations; for then the nass of unemployed laboliur, whilch hangi so persistently about the metropolis, might he int only diminished in its present character, but possibly turned to useful and healthy account in the development of the colony, The ...
JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 26 October 1887
JAMBER00. Fno. time to timte thereoccurincidents which iinaki it appearl desirable that a stricter lani tary inspection could bo exorcised oven in such whlolhsole neoiglhbourhloods as this, especially with reference to the watorcourses, which for very obvious reasons, are apt to hloome the receptaolos of all manner of re fuse. A few days ago I noticod, jammed between tihe banks in a narrow part of a small creek not far from the villagoe, the putrid and decaying remains of an animal, either a calf or foal, which had oither died in that position or boon thrust there after death by somebody who wanted to got rid of it wilthout further trouble. Now as thie streams have been dryirig upof late through the state of the weather it happened that thoro was no water running over these put. refying remains, but had tlhoro came rain enough to produce a moderato streoam an in ldefinite amount of poisonous water might have been flowing in thaft wat!:r:ourse to the ldotrilmelnt of many persons and,...