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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 29 October 1887
CIHJIOIIC OF" IiNOLCAND). T~idno Rervkfe will i~e cooniemte on fiood,.y next In the Cherebr of f~~lgloold ClIInrcllen O IIfOlinw: C'rit CmlioreOlri. tTp~o .llc i t.n r.7n. IT. Veto r ri Pt, Oeneoo Tlorrhorofo it 2.0 n;.- ..nI.-lfC. .1. 11. mie Pcre~leen will h~e enoiltited in ulln Clinretrl of iGoelnod I~noiheren, niild Sielllintheiii, CIIIP101 fillldl·ICt, noI fdfOnIOF JomberonofIl 7 Di.in.-1fei'. N~. Criolord
RESULT OF THE CHEVIOT DISASTER INQUIRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 29 October 1887
RESULT OF THE 0HEVIOT DISASTER INQUIRIES,. NoTrHINGxa could be more unanimous or em phatic than the findings resulting from the Cheviot disaster inquiries. The Steam Navigation Board sat upon.the matter, and after concentrating upon it all the light and experience of a tribunal of exports, declared "that the primary cause of the wreck was the loss of the propeller, which could not have boeen foreseen or prevented." The coroner's jury sittingin a different place, and relying on the summary processes of common sense rather than on any special knowledge, to guide them in the weighing of evidence, found that " the loss of life by the wreck of the Ohoviot was purely accidental." There, as far as coronial functions are concerned, and probably also as far as any any action may he expected from the Navigation Board, the matter will be left. As to the loss of the propeller being the primary cause of the wreck there could of course be no shadow of room for doubt. But the real question on whic...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 29 October 1887
NOTES AND NEWS. London, Oct. 26.-A German farmer, while crossing the Russo.Gorman frontierat Angsgir rin to search for some strayed cattle, was shot and bayonetted by a Ilussian ranger.-An ad vaneo of the I~ussian forces in Central Asia is regarded as immninont.-Intelligence has been roceived of the discoveryof a plot to assas sinito Prince Ferdinand of BulIaria, and M. Stanmboulol', the Bulgarian politoian wrho has beeon consistontly opposed to Russian influence in Bulgaria,-It is feared at Iorlin that the settlement of the question of the ovnountion of the New Hebrides and the neutmraliatiou of the lu~ir Canal will cause England and France to coalesce.-Nows has boon received of the ox podition sent out under the command of Stanley for the relief of Emiu Boy. All were reported well up to the end of August.--Lord Sahlbury ihas sonts dispatch to Mr. Egerton, in which ti is stated that the British Government willlimit its recognition of aninexation by France in that quanrter to the is...
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 29 October 1887
LATSET TELECRAPHIO fINTELLI GENCE. (FROM OURI OWN CORRESPIONDENT.) SYDNEY, Friday, 7 p.m. Abrahannm Goldborg was committed for trial for fraudulent insolvency. Bail allowed, him self in £1200; two serieties in £600 eaonch. The Assembly agreed to a resolution appoint ing Friday an extra sitting day for the re malnider of the session. In the Assembly Sir II. Parkles moved the second reading of the Governmeant Railways Bill in a short speech. 'lThe measuro was gonor. ally approved of by both sides of the Hlouso. m'io debate was adjourned at 11 o'clock till Wednesday next. Enthusiastio meetings in favour of the Parkos Flnd have beoon held at Goulburn and New castle. Largo sumtns wore collected. A report has reached Perth of a sensational crushing of stone from the Lady Broome mine, Klimherley, which yielded £7000 worth of gold. Aborcorn continues a firm favourite for the Dorby at even money; Trantar 4 to 1. London, Oct. 27. The county Claro is almost in a state of rovo lotion. It is fou...
PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 29 October 1887
PARLIAMENTARY. TUsoDAV'S sitting of I( Lngislnltivo Asseml bly lasted until n1 early hour on \Vednoe,;dity morning, 1Must of thU tlimo was occupieel in discussions, which arosea upon three Ire'S, lutions-thl li'st on thI auliject of a daily " llansuartd,'" nd. thi two others rtlatinig lto the estallishment of a lReformaitory for Boys, and to expunging from tLho records of tlhe Houso the resollutions nmoved lby iSir lHenry Park.es on tlhe 11t.1h November, 181,. wilth refirence to Mr. Gnarrett nnd the Mil b)urn Oreek Coppoernining Compal)ny. Tieo lnst;-mentioued mttter induced the( Minister for Lands to put forward' an anmetitin;te with a view to clheokmating MIr, O'lanra, lthe imover of thi rustelution, by having his pro posal oxpuniged from the records of the l.ouse, on theI ground, among othi'rs, thiln; it had beon subnmitted from ielperolper mot iv se. An tItten)pti wias madet on the pna" of the Opposition to upsot tile nameeend mont on a point of order, but illee Speakler ruled t...
HOSPITAL SUNDAY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 29 October 1887
HOSPITAL SUNDfAY. TO '10 illt irlilO. Sei,--in view of the somewhat uncertanin and opl)ropitious aspect of the weather, permit me through the colutnns of your papor to imake a sruggestion to the publio re the above. It is presumably well-known by this time that the '/]Tertor, ic in all the churches, except one, on Sunday next will be given to augmentl the fulnds of the local, Cottago Hospital. As one, among nunly, talxious to soo our11 first Hospital Sunday an unqualihied success, I would oventure to suggest to iany wrvho may be prevented attend ing, thlrough any cause whatever, tlo seorvices in Lhe various churches on taot day, to gener cussly forward their contrilbutions caither to the clorgymen themselves, or to the trensurer of thu hlspital. It would be a very great pity if anything wvere allowed to militate against an ellbrt so bonoficent in aim, Let no one theou who may be personally urmble to place the o?ltoring in the plate, withhold on account of its aplparent insignificanc...
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 29 October 1887
CORRESPONDENOE. TO TllH cUITOIL. Sin,-Many persons in this town would be glad to hear from anyone who is competent to give it, an answer to the question whether it is true that a considerable contract on the nlinnamurra Road, to be paid out of the Government grant for exponditure on that road, has been given without competition to a person newly arrived or brought into this neighbourhood, Everybody is interested in tihe proper expenditure of the grant; and the way generally to got best value for money in these matters is to call tenders. I should be sorry to hurt the feelings of anyone who might be thought responsible in this matter, and would be glad to hear that there is no foundation for the rumour, But rumours will prevail, and be more or less believed until contradicted by adequate authority. Yours, &.,, TAXPAYER.
KIAMA COTTAGE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 29 October 1887
KIAMA O0TTACiE HOSPITAL, A OENErAL Conmmittee meeting iII conhtclioll wvith the above, was held at tile Council Chain ber, on Tuesday evening last, the 25th instiiit. President, D. Finlayson (vico-presiden)t, in theu chanir, with it. N. Hindmirsh, 11. Whlittinghanm, J. Soenervillo, C. Bullen, anld J. Holbroolk, (secretary.) After the roealding and confirmation of the minutes of the previous mcoting, copies of tho following outward correspondence were referred to :-Copies of letters sent to Dr. J. S. \Wilsonl, Dr. W . O. Ashe, Dr. G. Vaneetti and Dr. Loewers, convoying reply of tihe colmmittee to their requisition; to G. IMercer, stating the amount of Mliss Meorcor's maintenance feesC; to J. Nelson, accepting his resignation as member of thile committeeoo ; to MIrs. Hlaveorstein, convoy ing thanlis for a donatilon of linen to the hos pital; to J. T. Cole, notifying that hle had boon elected a meanbor of the connitetoo; to J. Barrou, apprising him of the visiting commit too for Octobe...
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 29 October 1887
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. We understand thalt the successor of Senior sorgeant SHenley in the charge of police busi noess at Kiinama is to be Sergeant BI3rayne, who for some years past has held a similar positionl at Nowra, Shoalhaven. A TcLiGoiAr was receired yesterday by the Mayor of Kiama from Mr. Angus Cameron, t.P., stating thalt he had just been informed by the Miniister for Works thalt the railhvay would be Omened to Kiainna on the Oth Nosvem ber next. Pnueto mootings, as may be noticed in our advortising columns, are to be held at Gerrin gong on Monday, and in Kiama on Tuesday with a view to thle promotion of tile inovoementl for thie benieit of Sir I-IH. Parkes in his financial difliculties. VE bog to draw special attention to the pro ccodings aniomouiced to take pilace in colnection with the Wesleyan Church anniversary. We lhave reason to believe th thi thIe Rev. G, R. Stelphlenson, who is mentionedl ii thi advertise mont, will Ihave somethilng to any that will be worthl he...
GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 29 October 1887
GERRINGON?. (rnos oun coRlustPonsw Tr:). SA'rUnIAY night last, tIhe 22nd inst., a nunm. bar of persons anxious for tihe formation of a cricket club here, ieet at the Ocean View Hotel for that purpose. A nmeeting was accordingly hold, and a club formed. Mr. i:[unlt presided. The secretar'yship was en trusted to IMr. . Mitclhell, Mr. Nobleh was clected treasurer, and Mt-. A. t0ampall presitldent. I wish the club success andtl all thll patronage the noble game nmerits. At a lhandicap which tookl place at Kangaroo Valloy recently I noticed that J. H, Wilson, of this town, securnd the irsat prize off, the (6 yards markI. The prizo was an elaborate dtlouble,.barrll breach-loading gun, value oight guineas. This younig n:i a short timeo ago received a trophy for, his esxcellent play in the foot ball club, and is a very protmising young athleto. Last Friday an accidetit' I?el Mit. W. JT. King whlile in the anclt of dloing some wrot k on a scaffold at Mr. ]. ilillor's house. hi accidemntally ...
JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 29 October 1887
JAMBEBOO, Tins annual picnio of thoe N. I, & P. D. So0 cioty, which still inaititains a vigorous ox. istence, took place on Thursday, the camping groundl selected for the purpose heing a spot on the mountasn or tableland not far from Mr, Riquetti's, near the head of tlhe old mountain road-Flannory's-of which tholro is not muoch heard now. It was, unfortu. natoly, impossible for me to attend the allair; but it scoms from all tlhat I can learn.. to have passed olr in the most satisfactory fashion that could be wishod. 'The company, I am told, amnounted to not far short, of a hundred , All wore, as might be supposed, in the best spirits, The weather wans vary muoh what might bo desired ; and the osx. oursion exltrnmely pleasant both for those who were and those who woreo not previously woll acquainted with the mountain and its roads, The ascent, it soeems, was somehow a sultry oporation; buit on the top the at. mosphero was found cool and agreeoble., Tho reofroshmoents were pro...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 29 October 1887
MARRIAGE. &nbsp; JERVIS — BAILEY. — October 26th, 1887, at the Manse, Kiama, by the Rev. J. Wilson, M.A., James, eldest son of the late Mr. William Jervis, County Fermanagh, Ire- land, to Mary Ellen, daughter of Mr. John Bailey, of Broughton Creek. THE REPORTER AND ILLAWARRA JOURNAL. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1887.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 November 1887
t'\VO ORt:ANS. 1ogulhnto first th.e stomachit, soconld the livor; espchicallytirs (ih'st, sons to pirorl'm thuir' fuse tiuiis pIorfeotly, muil yot will rotoc'u s lea h _it nitolntooun-tweo ttilths of nil tho ills (lhatin lunkilid is hltir to, in this or any other olitmictt. Di. Sult's Americaui h.ip Ilitt,.s is thu only thiing tlht will give pierfootly Iholthcy cntural nt?liost to thoso two orginlls. " ltilo Vl.inor." (OcOl?trcuolnls.--T'lhoeAlic hold by thie ltil nloys is olto of itmporctnio. Thoy ast as tn turo's slihoos-way to curry nf thu ouxtrta liihlts froom thuo sltom andsu with thorn thio inpuritios, ,oti th?s? thalt r tnru i??nlll ilto tlio stloitiuch ancld Ihuiso thict aro foriimed in Ithi bltotodtl. Aiiy og. ging or itinction ofI tIhoso olgalns is tlhoroforo iII. porlta lt). l. oll's lttus rc nuilturo's ntcioint asistnsit ih koupint Ihtih liitlloy's il uon o, work ig ordtor, streiigthetiiiig tlhiomi, nitl indtucitig hoslthly atiotin., If y?cut woulcd got wVoll auitl Ioop ...
ALBION PARK DAIRY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 November 1887
ALBION PARK DAIRY OOMPANY. T'lm half.yearly meeooting of the abovero conm pany was held at the 0arrington Hall, Albion Park, on the 21st instant, at whichl there was a good attendance of shareholders, and the proceedings (if not enthusiastic) were of a gratifying character. After' sonme formal business, the director's report was read by the chairman (Mr. W. Nlathire) and the balance-sheet by the treasurer (Mr. F. Rutherford.) In moving tile adoption of tile report;, the chairman pointed out thaIt the balance.shoeet sholved a very satisfactory state of things. 'lThe accumulated profits for the half.year wereo £432 18s 6d, £200 of which vwas to ie used in reduction of tile property account; a dividend of 10 per cent. to the shareholders was reconomendmd, which would absorb £150, and the balance to be carried forward to next half year. MNr. Thomas Armstrong, J.P., seconded the adop tion, and congratulated tile meeting upon the increased success of tihe company, a suc cess lwhich hlie s...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 November 1887
W148TItYA~N. RPrnvcns will 1he ranlultetd IIn the Wosleyan CureIrh, on ESuzilnday' nxtn, on follow, : Xlniniln, nt IIi~n,-.l.-tnr. Vh'. Inrinon. L Tenn,, o'll~ t 7.80 pin11-l~r. C. 'itCy.H/~ Orirhrigljony, nt 7.80 It.-lv 0. II. Olnonon hr,,,eo.clnbour, at a. A. 7o rvhhm.. b'hlchhhllnohno, rlL 7.310 p.lr-
AFGHANISTAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 November 1887
AFGHANISTAN, [A nv year s ago, wheln Genoral Burrows was defeated by Ayoob Khan, and his defeat avingi., by Ceonoral ol)orts, thI nane elof Afghanistan was in ovory mouth, A state of doubtful poaco has oxisted sinceo the ox pulsionl of time pretonldor; and his move eents, as reported from tiom to time by telogranph, ihavo recently aggravated whatev er amount of unoasiness was previously felt.;, Ocoasion for a fooling of interest similar to that aiove meontioned miay possibly arise Ilhfore long. Thi following article whioh we reprint from "The Times" will assist in. telligeont reandors to undurstand theo atual statc of things as regards Afghianisthn anil Ayoob Khan, till) prletlndor who appears to h so cldesirous of obltaining tile tottering thlrollne of Afghanistan, or, it may he, that of the prilnipality of -Ierat merely,] Thile ilighilt of thle Afghan Prilloo Ayooh kilhan from Tehuran recalls tlhe fact that our Clovuelllllont has boen in one way or inotlhor interested in Ils llov(...
BURNING OF THE EXETER THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 November 1887
4URINING OF THE EXETER THEATRE. [Oui renders will doubtless lperuse withl hilt'eost thii following details of tihe late ter rible conflhgration at tihe Exeter theatre]: (London 'I'llles, September 9th.) Full particulars have Ieen received of the terribleo disaster that occurred at Exeter on "Monday evening, wheln the newlycerected theatre, opened only in October last, was destroyed Iby fire. It was the first night of the perforalnnce in Exeter of the drama RoANIy R?e. The announcement of the coling per'forllnsce crecated a good deal of interest among local plygoers, and there was a rather good attendance. TIhe piece was being played by a good p'rovincial com pany, and all was going oi smoothlly, until the third sceno of the fourth acnt was reached. While Mr. Moulitt, who played Scragge-r, was reciting some lines the au dience was surprised to see theI act drop go down suddenly. In the belief that this was merely a mistako or a hitch, a general titter rau round the building. A momenn...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 November 1887
DR. JOHN S. WILSON, M.T,0.S. EOn., L.R.O.P.E., LM. 1873, F.RGS. EhNO., 1875, &c., ntto of Colllis-htreot East Mclbourno; ain TnLondon, Consulting and Oporating Surgoon, "BRIGHTON VILLA," KIAMA, (Opposite Catholic Chapel.) AT I-IO~I Ion CONSULTATION : Mornings, 9 till 2. Evenings, G till 8. .914 87 1.32 BUYERS of Factory Cans, Tanks, Furniture, Groceries, &o., Ao,, look out for Go' eO Bullon's Advertiue mont in next .esue, NOTICE. OUR rondors will seo on reofron'co th to " imprint "'tt the foot of our fourth pafro, tlhnt the property of he'1 RIoep rtrr land llliewarra .Journal lins agalin clinged halnds, The intorval sinco Ite previous llnn1go mn1 y soom short ; bIt thero is lnthiin in th circnumstanco tlhat rn quires cxplnation no far an thoe onoral publio nro concorned. Theo Ito propriolor will con tlnun in the editofrship of tho joernal ; an it n11y bo be mentioned for tlhe Ani1o of any who nro concerned, that tho l?st puirclhas tolits iofrct from tlhe cominclnconl...