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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 November 1887
Tu'fi ]anntd Bill of lthe Govornmonet was .x peounled by Mil, Gal.nw, r in' a speech of fully thlro!t hours ill lengthJ whlIon, on Wed. neaeday last, hloe novned in the Assembly that it be read a second timo, Such a mnlnsulret as this lill would o a mattolr of pIli'mary importancllo, at any timen; but it duerises a charactcr of ulrgency from the circumstance that it emlodies thi last ailld most anltur ed schemcs which the Govornm?ent has hkcn ahlo to elaborato for the oxterlminaltion of the latesb living plague with which the pastoral regions of the interior lhave hucomu iinfcstodl--tho plague of rabbits. The ahso. luto necessity for cdenling with this part of the land question so as to preservo, if possi hle, so to spcanl, the vcery existence of thlose regions as a sourco of prodtluctiveness, sulp Iplies the ovuOenl'lllllell, we should say, with thlir bost ground for expectation that iemi-u Ihors generally will assist them in passing it as speldily as possilile through both Hlouses...
POSTAL [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 November 1887
POSTAL IMAlS arriva at anid depart from Kiama as follows :- AInIlvAsf. At 10 a.m. daily (lMonday axcoptod.)--Fromi Syidnloy, ?lloss Vale, obortoni, and Jamboroo. At 12.30 p.m. daily (MIondayr excOIte'd.) Woollngong, Dapto, Albioll Park, and Shell harbour. At 5.15 p.mn. daily (Sunlday oxcptod.) Gerriugong and Brioughlton Cireek.
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 November 1887
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. T'fiti following is thle 'rai:fall i Klintma for Ihae tnitllt of Octoihur, 1887 :-Out. 2itd, 04 ; 311, '06 i 4lt, 005 ; Git, '07 ; 8111th, 02 ; 1211th, 117; 24111h, '1 ; 26ith, 01 211th,11 '51; il01th, '01, Totlil, lii, 33 poiits ith 10 days. WiT o?SUrvo that thu LEndgl , Prido of Illa. wsrrs, Unlli, ilttld to oolobralo huir' tonth aln Ilivrltalr'y by a piatia nidl Plort, it, whit'lch tihe tliln of £60 will bo givonl in savoial prlizs in a goud ihattlicip foolti'aco of 10 ya?r'ds, T'l dllay of t thlo donlstratlion iu tIiod l'oF thIo 2lt DUo cattltat',l WVE hianvo to littettiOli with rogret't that Mi's, CainlH, tho wit's of Mr. O. Caiols, polndtlkoopor in itthlnt, didtl yOstat'hly abolut 2 anltt. fr'lin tht el?ciots of o?i illtrllnll tlislordtur froti whiicih lio had lntltf'o t' f sor UVO'tal yOalst l1tvt. Diul'inig thi poritod of hor illltOss shiu hIltd spotlt tiuclih lpolI lphylsicians, Ittt with otly olttorary tonallit at asIy tiltt. Dr. T'lorroy attlludod...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 November 1887
liRS. P.\ARTINGTON SAYS Don't take any of the quack rostrums, as they are rogimoental to the human eistorn; but put your trust ill I)r. Soulo's American flop l3it ters, which will curo general dilapidation, cos tive habits, inlld all comic diseases. 'They snaved slaunc from a severo extract of typhoid fever. 'Tlhey areo the e plus unune of modi cinos. ' lloston Globc." Du. BElrr,'s (I(intecY AND LrmVm) BrtimuIcs are no lllit or miss" compound or old womnan's mixtluro. Thoy aro )Irepared by a sciontifuo phamnuancit, with a full knowlodgeo of the powcrs and virtuesO of onaeh ingredient in tho clOHass of diseasns which it cures. Ift is purely veogetablo and cannot harm thie youngest chili or theo most fooble invalild. A Great Problem. -Take all the Kidney and Liver Medicines, Takto all the Blood poriliors, Takoe all the iiiReumatic rinoedies, --Tako all the Dyspepsia and indigoetion cuares, Take all the Ague, Favor, nnd Biliout Specifics, -Take all tlhe Brain and Nerve force revivers, ...
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 November 1887
IAIEEfI'1SN TO BE hELl).. 'rolestnnt Allatno ionerliH NW. R. at 7.30. N,. 12. L..O.L., ImeIlt N'v. I, ut 7.10 No. 115, L.O.i,, Neets , iv,?, at 7,3't. N,. 77, L.O.,., IIIola NIv. 2. it 7 l..II, No. liti), L.lo,, , o tl, Nov. 3, lit 7.211 pi,mI. oi0i of a? e , iiran, Na. 27, aeeta Nov. 2, at. 7.30.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 November 1887
Business Directory. KIAlIA. ARNOLD, MISE, (E? & A.) Dressmakoer -=- B Manirrig-street. ABII,?, D·l . WM~.,( Physician and Surgeon, lA1rstetSquare. ATRINON, T1IIOS., Builder, &c., Vice . Cot)nge (-ido.troot. AYAZA, ALEX,, Niglhtmani and Carter, Man • ?ning..treet. " A IRNES, WILLIAM, IHorseo bhoer & General - B latklsenith, Torralong-strnet. rEVAN, W. J., Tailor, &c., Terralong B.ROWN, FRANCIS, Tinsorith, &o., Terra long-street BflOWN, GEOHGE, News & General Agent, S 'et ralong-~stroet. ULLEN, GEO)RGE, Genoenl:Storelkoepor' Il'on & Tin Plate Worker, Terralong-st. CtiAMPHIkEL, ED., Boot and Shoe Makelr, lManning-streat. (-AMlPBELL, ALEX, Auctioneer, &c,,Terra. l?- ong.sh'eet. -IN, PLUITlEIGIG , Ilorse Shreer & General Blnacksmith,Terralong-street. HIN, MIlS. P., Fruiterer, Mlanning-stroeet. LARKB,, W., Boot andSholo Makor, Ban ning.etroot. C-OCK'S, W., & CO., General Storekeepers, )Madning.-treet. C-OLEMAN...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 November 1887
RE LI T G IO I US. CITURIICI OF ]ESNG1LAND. TDIvioe Srvlen will1,o mournetd oni RSnday next IIn th.n Chrrounh o[ Enl, nd l i Chrclhei by (hi lI'ev. J. II. 'ric, ns follow?: Cuthtlet Clhtrch, lihtnll, at 11 n.n. Chll C)lrll, t 7n? l . o uI) .--ItSjeePt of Ihddur l" A r? troupot.i .or (I iiunmraioole in ll istorl)'," Croti,,hey t~'oiio, i? -2.110 pit.-. Bt. , GetOorg'si Gringong, ut 11.30 p.n.--Mr. J. Hiolbrook. Sorulers will ibe eondllhted in thIn Chlirh of Inigluind JTiiluolero0 ?tnd Shollhlnrbour, on Snula"y next, bly thae Rev. hi. Cr,?fnrd, n? folllows: Jshlmour no nt 1 p.m. Shwllliharbour, at 7 p.In.
COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camdon Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 November 1887
M0 0 0 IA L? Eouthl Conatl and \'at Camdon Co-oporantivo Company (Lilnitod.) 3uvrrau.-Slill vary dull of snlo. lacon,.-In fair dolllna.nd groon, in good do. mni at 5atd1 per 1 h. Choceo,-N- o signA of ihllln)lpovomtl. Li've Hatok.--Iargo quantitioH to hand aRnd cnlveoa lower, Targo pigs 80as to 5586 prima po(kers 411 to d1d. lggsr,--Sollinug rnadily at qotnlliona, ]'oultlry-Solling wall at nuotion. Ilal.so- Fihnn, ]Pot nlooa,-Conaldrably loworod, Following ar tlhe quolatione:- aH, D., £ . D. notl(or, por Ith........ 0 0 5 to 0 0 0 ])illo, anucond. ..... 0 0 8 0 0 4 Facotory................. 0 0 6 0 0 7 B?non (hand nrorl) 0 0 7 0 0 7. 1o,(l(nachino rmnod) 0 0 6 0 0 6t Do (heavy & rough) 0 0 3 0 0 4. ]im1 (hanl ourad) 0 0 8 0 0 0 Do(lllaclhinlo curol) 0 0 (i, 0 0 7 Lnr,,d,................... 0 03 0 0 4 Clhora................. 0 0 2 0 0 4 I)ilto, mHouod......... 0 0 1 0 0 2 ]ismalivo......., 0 14 (I 2 1 0 Chlvomma, .arl,,....... 0 8 0 1 7 0 Ilihino, la lb......... 0 0 11 0 0 8 ...
THE TRIBUTE TO SIR H. PARKES. PUBLIC MEETING AT GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 November 1887
THE TRIBUTfl TO SIR H. PARKE B. PUiLIO M'OEEINO AT ERRiINOONO. ON MIondny evening, 31slt instant, n publlic meet lig was held in the Schlool. of Ar'ts for the pur pose of explresing sympathly with Sir Hi-ery Parkes in his presunt financial nembarrassmenont,, aud to coopornto with the general coimiitno. in raining funds ns a tributite to Sir HeOnry. Mlr. A. Nelson (MMayor) preosided; and tlhero was r fair attendainco of leading toiwnsimot. A letter of apo'ory frTor non.nltendance was reand from I.. Miller, lEisq., J.P., who wae in Sydlney, assuring the clairman of his practical syinpthly, anil promnisiig a contrilimtio. of £2; Tihe first rcoa. lition was proposed by Mr. 0'. J, IIhilinarshi,. andi secoindcd by M.r. 0. Lee, nas follows: "Tha'it tlhis nmeletinlg deeply sympatllinsa with Sir 1I Hnry Parkes iI tie pailnul position in which hle has boon placedl by uil'ortulntoe cir ciniutantmcn." The Inotioi was carried unani moinisy. The onoeind resolutlion was proposud' by Mri. A. Campbl...
JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 November 1887
AMBDEROO, MoZtof theo oeighty or ninoty persons wio lasRt 'hur stlay went p~icailh g. uIp the Jamnheron Mounltin roail d w2 olhl., don0t12.io (2e25( ri'ially in such a sulItry atmosphore as they aeeim to have found thora), hav beoon qalilieidto appricito ]tho oonlvoeieic of a inora mloluate gl'rade iln the r0od to tlhoir o0nmi2lg gr'ogutld. In hot weather a fe'w digroos of lopo) mahe a vory porncptilI diillurouco; andl thie oeasiest g\ratl thalt c.nt heo obtainl d' will be folndl, I su )ppose in o tue leviati'on now ap)iioaClhiog 00om222e1 i0n aloneg the lowei part o.f tho rolto. I wias abl,2 to get nloug it the otheor hlay oil hlorsuebal?ck, and the inoprovoei)nlt \2as very' ap)1'Ouiabl(o. t n a distriut likeil this ovOer'y oltugo Ot 'oute preourIts to a 1)020o who has. anl oyo for sutlU thittgs, fresIh combhtlliltlos, inl tIho waty of landascapU; nll thoereo aeu soteo worth ioltcilg aloag lherl? at Iany 'rat whiile thtty ar I'resh. Two or' tJh'as ;maII bridges are still rilijrqilr...
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 November 1887
O2RESPONDENOE, TO THII HI)IT'OR, Si u,-Yon r colltemlllip'ary, in the last soctionll of its sub-leeder of TIuesday ]nst, cast some rolluc tions on thelo Ministeor for Works iand our iesi her. I sent a felow lines clllllOllnentinlg on that poritoni of tho leader, to be inseorted in Frli lday's issue, to wllichl the editor objected. As there is niothing libuHlous in the matter Iperhaps you will kindly insAOtit for ms, als 1 think tlhoro \wrns nothnug contained in it but fair criticism. The portion of your coitoeillplsraly's article to which allusion is, nado is tho following :-" Our own feeling in thie matter is that if we ind for a membor Mr. Fraser Martin or ])r. Tarrant, and for Ministor for Works Sir Henry Parkes, IMr. urnas, or MIr, Abignil, tin strings ii tihe lhanldls of the piullers would haveo boln out long ago and our rnuirway griovances redressed." We prinut below Mr. Yatoes's rojectod lotter to (lli' contelmporary : " Theoro is nio residlent in Kiama mnro indig uantl then ...
THE JAMBEROO M.I. & P.D. SOCIETY'S PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 November 1887
THE YAMBEEOO. L &.I AP.D,. SOOIETY'S: 2I10510 [WVio havo rocnivrd' fromln agontleuman whoforlnedl; aUrt of the comlnluy thllu followinlg livuly ald, disuuraivoaccount of the daoingsa oit.accmion of. thu holidnay llafail' Ibovo mnlntiono dt], A.ccording to atuintouncluam t, thu uuatl tun uunl piclnio in coannection, with, theI MI, L and. P:I) Sooioty took plmao on thou .Jnahboaoo . Mraullltilnt, al TlaUrshtdy ltain, iIlr unoma daayaa priaiously thu watauher halul ansuneod, riather a, tharoatoaiug laspoot ;. alad to.thoae whloir incli. aationala w, riO noat stroangly iilpa'Ussed, with, th. advaltags. alhiolh an oucaasioll of tlhu kind. ailways nalltoardst, nll hlaouaara raaiI--OveUi1 n tllat. oaoiuioni--wouldl' hlav, boon imost Iacuptablaau,. an it aotuldl. hlaiva. liatorinally nasuisltud, in thllo g'rowath of vogotation, wahich. had, aundrl the tryaig ordlal of intoins cheat allall wrilnd, hull'rud. caansiorarbly;. Howuv r, thh u ah moning of tlheu alay illa. attliolabir.haok...
ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 November 1887
.ANNZIVEfRSARY SERVIZOS. Tis? twepty-fourlh anniversary of the opoinng of.tihe \Vosleyan Church in Kianmia was role hrated on Sunlday and Monday Ilst. On Sun day miornina at 11 o'clock the Rev. W. G. R. Stephinson, President of the New South .Wales and Queensland \oesleyani Conference, Ireoaiced to a very large congregation, an eloquent die. courso founded on tile wvords contained in the Revelation of St. John, ohieptor 7, verseas 18 to 17; and again in the evening, the toxt being the 28th to the 3?th verses inclusivo of tihe 9th Chapter of thd Gospel by St. Luke, from whlichl tie Irev. gontloeman delivored a most impressive address to an. unusually largo audioece. On Mondally evening the ioovitablo tea-nmooting took lIplace in thle school'oonm. In consequence of somne alterations whlich have been made in that building i, the shaplO of class rooms, since it was last occipiad by a similar comnpany, the accoimnnodation was somewhat limited, but the most was made of the available space...
KIAMA POLICE COURT. NOVEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 November 1887
XIAMA POLIOE COURT, NOv,?tl E 1. Iltlonm Mos.r, Connoll, Hildnmarsho, Brown, and Forwiock. Jamos Kuarnoey, in oustody, wns chargod witl tho thoft of a diamond and ihlly gold hroost pin, tho proporty) of \V\, Kolly, and valuod at £.t 4i. Conotable Bnnko, havling boon sworn, Rtatlod that iin consequoroo of informalntioa ho hat ro cavold ho wont on Modnday Inot and ariontod the pidnirmL' at Bolatio. On loarilhngh 1 ch rontlts of the ownrranli, prisolalr natdmittl that thb pin was in his possosiohn, but snid Iho had Inlto ii from Kolly in a " Inlrk" on Satordny ovo'iog 'Iht had hoon lokinlua for him on Sodnoy in orditr to rotorn it and not having eoon lihu wn ilatonding to riturn it lint oveoing (Monday) \\tissO had brouiighl hln to the Iniama look-i p \hol'l, ns 1ho wnao oanliiOiiahlig to oeorchi hilii prioanor drow tho pinll oat of oo f iie pockote andl giavo it up. \Willi'am Kully was aworn, and slnloatl that oni Saliridaya ovoninig lot hlo wac in the co.llnl)oy of the prIionOr al ot...
SHELLHARBOUR BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 November 1887
SHEl;LL~EARBE 803OU30 COUNCIL. Trh monthly nicoting of this Conunll took placo on the 21tht ultim(o, aud theoru woro prusont the M?Iayor, 1ll(n AldurOllon Ar?ltllstrong, ]aliton, BIrow'll o, M1otod, HtIolks, FreLlr, t1d hie0s., -CotrU'pondlllltlc F'OI r Ollntrl IlluwrriL Onuoll rall5osl5tifl tlhil Counoll to opun nld fo£m' for tra11io aII s(1 1(5 a (ssiOl tahe jhoclaim od uromsIg trod pl io of rtad thirougnh Hrhnan's paddoslk. Oircular friomn MnIiolll Assooiatoh with copy of propoDod Loal (GovhortnnU t lill. Ci'Otull' Ifrlom COlomllt ntld S?(io, 'OUConnendll1Ing tt'rotwattuorlit CIartSH, ot, to teth notieo o(f thu Otsnuil, 'ol his Wo'rship thU Maycr, drawing his attllntio to Ia Iublio lootillg hould in thu Tlowli l'Iftli, Sydnoy, 1and roaolutios 1paso1 d syli11thising wI ith Sit .I, Pr'kho, and tlhtu a futtd houlllldl bo illmmdiaoly cP'oILod by his fellow oolonlists to our 11o him from intalol] dillioultlos In futuru, a1d( dAsiring hoUr'ty co. ope1'5t111O i this lattilnll ov1'm11 lt...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 2 November 1887
COICKET. ' 4 ,turdany alternoon a single Fnnings match was played on the Bombo g'roiid Ibetwoon the Kinnia and Bombo, olubs. Thie fOrml'lnr' was thie tllnoessllll sidO, tile aoron bohing rospoclivoly 91 and 70. Wo print, the batting. screo1 helow, Th'11e osst bilo000n ful bowlers 011 the two hideos wor W\V. 11, King for Kinal, and T. H-mbulir~er for Bombo : KI:AlA-Firit Ilnnigs. Jurvio, a hm'uc'lin b -lnambuirger,... ... 33 1ioimbrdslso, a imtckin h i ' Brion .. 7 Swan, o -nnlb111rmu r b Mauoldu n ...,,... 10 liunmsll, stimupodl Tytloer............ I0 Glnsson, b liaiimburgo r ... . ....... 0 Billotto, run out ....,...... ... 0 Marks, b lamburger ............ 8 Myors, not out.................. 4 G. W\Valker a & b Iaabmurgr ...... 4 Kig, stBumpod i'tor ............ 0 Kearny 'sub,'stb run out., ,. .,,, , 0 Stndrioe n ... .... ... ... ... ... 15 Total ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 0t BOM 110--Firlst lnlnings. tG olin, i King ... ... ... ... ... 8 Ooodson, b Kimi ................ 8...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 November 1887
Medical &'otice. 1, W\I'l AM 0, M IIJ1, NA., )nny ho coneulltd, a t bl, n rl e! Iluac, Ial? ? Io I Ho e, Inrlkil 811qIsu, liInm,, lfrou 0 to 1I 0 .i., nlln 1riuin 2 to 1 paii. dilly. At AMIsr thll , 'im , flobni, niig, o' Miuliayn, from 11.,11 n,l. to J32.10 II Al\. M Ilp, linciihIivy', MliIjllahourlwr, oni Mon. uaiys, from 2,11,0 pIii, to 1,13O0 i.mi, t All Iir IW? ll'H, kI ro nIII, 12 uiinui lii 1 lii,. At Albluln Pithl ott .,Fh1n,', from 2 Ii,,, to Sp.m. ? 7.0 87, HOW PILLS ARE MADE. Tmn, Cistlom of teltkir medicine tin the form of pills datecs far Iack i histo.lry. Theo ollhject is to enablela to swallow easily in a condensetd form dioocreeallenh nd nnfeLonsel, Ibat very rlafelll, dri?s. To lwhat vast dinensions pill.talRigp ihas rnown lI may be imagined lwhen we ay that in England alone aboat 2,000,000,000 (two thossndrl million) pil'ls are conseilned Overy year. In early days pills were made slowly by ilned, as the demnd was eromonaratively small. 'l'o day tlhey are pr...
TWO ORGANS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 November 1887
'1\V U p1t AN'. llogullt o il'Ht titoe ?,iultaho, scond, tliho livoz' thteoO O o"fofotly, ?oo1d yno. will rohlnovo oat IOOst nintoo -toll-l w tllaths of ,ll toho to thlot m khiool1 to loir to, in thit or oloiy oothor oiolonoto, . ,Hooo''h.s o\moooicoooo lito Iliit'tt oooo it tho 00ly thihn thIt; will gito' porfootly, Ileoll.thy O untoourl ItOtito to tlooo twoo ojign.I " o IiItUo tl'oor?,or."