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FOXGROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 November 1887

QOXGROUND, T.iP nunoial trlat in co.nnetionl w.ith the Fox. terout.d, W\Vsleyan Slbbathl School duly c?ino ofi' on tlhe 2nd id 3rd illsBtt ils\ ilcordlllno willi l'rrinn?ullolta, wais fnii'ly nltundod, nrld was in nil otlher ro?pota vry sucuoaesful, rolluoting minoh uredit on tlho supcriltghduut Mr. ;. Wilson and his Co-wIrkI'H ii the Sabblth gclholn. On \VdneR nday nftoe lunolhoon thl usual gainos woro indulged in with someo spirit, and noltwithantlldilig the oxeUsiv'uo lhont a very Illonsilnt day wial spount. Tlhi illtollootual part of the llrnoeodingls wasUH sot alnlrt for thli follow* inl ovolnill, ,n(ld onnsistod lf vory iapprnpriiatO nddresses by the iouv I,. 11., Gliasson and Mr. Jamlo Ornilnaham, nnd very nlooly rondorod rooi. tnlionll hy issaes: Miaggio Ml'Olullind, Maiy LOus, Sarah Shakliols, i(ld iMlstorea G'orgeu Mnaxwell and Jamlni Johnstllon, pIpilA of the Sabbatlh School, \\l o nolh Ind nil reundered thlir rn. lpootivll piieoo very roud'itnhly. 'hi arddrequsac aud rl?...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 November 1887

$AMBEROO. '1'TloUl it is not otriotly.e. plehi o iffair, I I mny IlillitiU htIIIIL, the ntisil piCeni ih connIeutionl wihth e t 'lroHbey'tolulln B?bJ)nth iSehool tolok plnce on We'\ dnueday, thlU 2n il Ht., ton the litlie i;nt I lo. Mlilnulllaur hlolls?e, mull cloio to thel rivuloat ol tat glaono. ollo o, f tlho i~lgne lltlu et Apoti 1, to' e l teU tI1r )o o he fOlllld \\'itliIn Illmnly n mIile. Clhild.re.a il.ld i dlte iiiclidli,l tihelre weuro, I uellrtla dlll, tietwoen 2? 'nld "300 per.. s10n1 pre?ent. 'the pro'eedinge, it inI haidly ilOecesUH'y to etlte, lo ere iul o te lkinid ttl iat is Iisel i( eu11lh IoC(ltlionle: niUliielllilO0 Of the buat pli'ovisioInH; iblillly HI)pu.hcIu b to the lliIdirii Iby ol? or two, eu lud guntll?ein nolld otlhleri;' dint'ibutioti of pii:iH, llild other egrooeuile ioni Ilullt . 'Ihli.e fi lled l Ipit tile ftornoolln ll thel ineiv\ituble tlli i l:,.?,l'itlelo ouet-ile aeppro~chedd, ald iillcr0l(.d the cnlipill)y tio. disl.oeroe. Onl fJ'tli3'n(h, a I....

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A CORRECTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 November 1887

A o0tRlEoTION. TO. Titic.. DITIIOJ\. Sis,-Tho Inst sutitunce but otis in you.. roport of thu local Westtucyittt Chuich A nnivurstily Sir tio runs tVU5 ut: 's ' It is worth it iticing tlust thu Wuslsoyisn iscihoolrmisin in IC lKiia is thu oldust uculuisijaticsil buildilis it the district, uand nesxt to. it in point of ago. is thu church alsostgsidu." Thue writcr who inditud that sentsntcn, hIss sri ilutitly hount tuisiiinftrmod upolttL thi s.ubjece ithuittt which heiu is alsirutitly so positive. It is fi-ly spuit to ilustli sit wIsuthur "thu Wus lcyis uchlssroii is thia tildust ucclosni.iviticnl butilditig "st, jrsi-uut scistini its thin slitrict; t hut it is the " oldsnt " its thue sesiss of bui sg thi first cs-cc/sd in sihisabllultoly tintriut. To Circh of Etltuinit, tsnsd if I mnistiske inOt, thu PrOs hyteriisi dnolutiisitintiustt 1usd suilsinthugs cictuth fist tim jirusiuses if Dlitiino sorsitip sitnu beforn ths slsisist of tht lisrt Wensloyssn istittisRtt itt tl the dist rict. A...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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CORRESPONDENCE. [IT is to be understood that we merely afford to correspondents the opportunity of expressing their own opinions on matters of public interest; and that we are in no way identified with those opinions.] TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 November 1887

COOPRESPONDENOE. hlr is tobe understonod lthtat we inerl offont to correspon otlier anlty iloat thle doctor who otienlds oil lIah loJges ini town, mine amonattt tla rest, tot (i. Gd. a quarter, lhaas token tlhe newly cotolablishlad lodge it 1o3mnho flo Is. for ci tgle non cod Go. for aorrictl anen. Not.', sit, if thla is iratue, I cots sitlor it is on injoseicu to the Kiansat Lodge os lRoambo is neorly two milbs tant of (ho tasastan. I laavaa atlo heOn thla tIhot this ntis lanon tola keela out onollaor aaoctor wlao hats jaist atowly come what tandoreod hirst for I. at quatrter. Naow, ilaere is no daiaiat thilis dalctoir is a ioodal sIman, otlioraViso lae would otat ItaIvave laooam set aell lilked wllcreo hlat was p(atontisitag, as t IttdaOrattttan, for fivo yearu ita tle lorgest ttwnta iii ibis coloany except Sydney. I thlink tlio ilogs shlattitat give him souse ott. cnaroa eanaaat1 oa att ollow on i satntt to iral ovcaythiinig. lIOSitiSa ti is i Isorricarl saton, wlhiclt stlits nao...

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ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS. No. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 9 November 1887

ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS. [Lly Jolix TAYL.o.] No, 3. To taIne your cnoney and utilise his force you tlust he able to measure that force, also the strength of his strongholds. ]Force has so many nodilications and i. capablo of suuh a variety of combinations that no continous lino of battle can he formed against hiim. The modilication that now confronts us is the force of crystallisation ; it is the powvr' that would enable you to purify the valu. able products locked up in the slack coal; and it is the force that was oemployed hy the Greant Chemist of the universe to sepa. rate the coal from the mud in which its vegetation grew. It was the first pulished treatise on the geometry of planos, lines, and anglos, and simply is illustrated by the eleveoth and twelfth hooks of Ehilidl ; like the diamondo coal has its olcavage face and axes of Imaxinulll cohesion. When you cut on a cleavage face thl coal separates easily but resists cutting on the ends of it axes, and you naturally blame the ove...

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WOMEN'S SPELL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 9 November 1887

VWOMEN'S SPELL. (13v G. LiNui.Yv.) CA'II the Ih nes of the Mlorning's light, As the sun hegins In ris ; Anld lis the glories of thalt sight In never fadinig dyes On canvna, glowinsg as tho bright Ill'lgencU of the skies. Sonner shall the sun's first rays o pictiured lby the lhnd ; Sooner shall its inid-day bleno At theo )llinollr's veill coininnd rleamn from his artilicial sky, And emuiliit theu lires on high, Thlnii woInIIIII cCase to weave the spoil 'Thait maniiy a heart hatlh irokein, 1'y arts, which .toinluo would fail to tell, ,y gentic wvrds uinipoleui, lBy cherished hlopos Iunkindly blighlted ; By theo liheairts' dovotion slighted; Ily tli h glance and winning, sinile, 'l'Thougli the hlicnrt 1oe cold the whilo. TIliseO, .anl ior I lit n toglno can lull ]F'nrm th liniks in woniman's spell. Speak nol., tllen, of vi\ws of noIn, 1 ruath'd to ho forswurin again. T.he honest, true, and cnariest heoart Of man, can ,e'er be fully won By thu ciquenttes soductivo arlt; Blin by > nii...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 9 November 1887

NOTES AND NEWS. LADY PAuxRaE in vOry seriously ill, and her illnoHH In givlllg 1ntah concern to her family. lUtn. SI'ai?trmi.ANI doenio that he over ulid that ho wanted thu locomotivoes manulaottred at Evoloigh. )11. S~U'tnatli AND was to bring the toestio n of the Iolomotlivs before the Unbinot on Monday or 'Totlnye,. 'Ilit Governnment are doeirou? of diepos?Ilg of the Railway nrl the Land bill hoftoro nay other bllunill in introduaod in the House, Till G(ovornment hopo to oloso thu preoent aeseinn of Parlinmonit either hol'oro or imlme dIituly itlor Uhrlutlie 0nd( to Iiout PI'arlilamint agnin in May., I' appernl, fromu n roetrn on the nllijoot, that Itho JHalwy Ieoilnriml'etlt henl loot nas I1onu is £25,000 in eltnnoution with the Ilat allegeul rnilway frlllllle . 'IT'r C?rrilngton 'irlt 00-,yard tlianlirap eae t11t11 nfl! lint Saturday ai'terl?out? a.li win Vwoii by , hope of? the 10 yards mlark In It 2.10 NHoenoudl, t'i.ti qusntillly of wheat and il( lour nlloat for the Ulltldd ...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Tuesday, 7.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 9 November 1887

LATEST. TALEGIy API-IC INTELLI. GEN E.. (BROM OUR OWN cOuI, ,PiiONPo NTrBi) SY.DNEY,. TuesdaIy, '.30 psn. Raining h eavily. AtL 1folhourno, yoetordlay, tho IDlon, W~'. Robinson's holro Silver Princo was sold. to. ?r.. Pbaroon for 1150 guinean., John Wilson, minor,. was killodl' yostloMhy morning by a fall, of coal at the B3Urwood col liery. Tho Promior will ho. banqgottod' in, tho. Lyeomun on Monday night. The Mmuray ihas risoei 13 foot 3 inches abovoe nuImnoer lovoal, Flood nro oxpected. At a meootifg of the lxoeotivo O Cnn mittoo of the Bulll Rollof! Flind yeostordty Mr,. Lloyd,. .L.,A,, reported that the proposed bill to, pro vilde ft danling with tIh futlm was nearly draflted, Richard Stubba was drownod 'through a, boat tpseotting in, the harbomr yestorday. )r. DaL) spoaIing Insl night on Sunday nohool' work said the position of Sunday schools at theo present day was unparallolod in history, An attempt was nado by Mr, Garlick at the Bull F oound committoo mootng yestelorday to p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 9 November 1887

Parkes Fund. F?I, Comrnitleo appointed for Kianma in eon* nection with the above fund are rospoct full', reqieoted to moot in the Connoil Chamber, Kiainn, every TUESDAY at 2,30 pn,. during preenll month. JAMES SOMEIRVILLE, r 8th Nov., 1887, Sooretary. FOR SALE, 0ICTIfO0ND RIVIER, 7 miles from lDallina, BIG SCRUB, 40 nacres land, i acres cleared; a good stream of water passes through the land, Apply PLUMMER & OWFN, Sydney. Tenders. TiEND)ER will lio received by the under signed until noon on WEDNESDAY, 10th November, for following works: Contrnot 45Q, Metal Spring Hill. Contract 46i, Setting Drain Pipes, near reai (lence Mr. S. Malrks, Contract 47q, Masonry Culvert in township of Jamberoo. Plans and Speoillnations at Court Houeo, Kinea. The lowest or any tender not necessarily ac. ceptedl, A. UOSSBAC1I, Reoad Supetriniondent. RnTndl Office, inna, 7th Nov, 1887, GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL, KIAMA. LADY PIlINCIPAL. MRS. ZRAMLEY. (Ah ioted by competent Cortllicated Teachers.) I11 couroe ...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 9 November 1887

00MMEROIAL, £ s. D. £ 8, D. hnltor, per lh ........ 0 0 5 to 0 0 6 Ditto. eacold .... . 0 0 8 0 0 4 Fanotory ............... 0 0 6 0 0 7 Bacon (hand euroed) 0 0 7 0 0 7.) Do. (machine ured) 0 0 5} 0 0 61 Do (heavy & rough) 0 0 3 0 0 40 Ilanm (hand cured) 0 0 8 0 0 10 Do (mnachino cured) 0 0 6 0 0 7 Lard.................... 0 0 3 0 0 4 (hom e ................. 0 0 2 0 0 4 Ditto, second......... 0 0 1 0 0 2 figs, alive............ 1 8 6 1 8 6 Calves, each.......... 1 8 6 1 8 6 Ilides, pet lb......... 0 0 3 0 0 8 Calflkins, oclh...... 0 0 0 0 0 9 'nallow, per ton...... 14 0 0 15 0 0 hinizo, por abushol... 0 8 10 0 4 0 Wheat, ditto......... 0 2 10 0 8 0 Chaff, lor owt....... 0 4 0 0 5 6 Iarley (bug.) bush, 0 8 6 0 5 6 Dli. (Cape)........... 0 3 8 0 8 3 Oate (send).......... 0 2 2 0 2 4 Do, (fooil).........,,, 0 2 8 0 2 6 (lions, par ton...... 12 0 0 12 10 0 lay, oaten............ 8 10 .0 4 0 0 Ditto, lucerne ..... 2 0 0 3 0 0 'otatoas .............. 2 10 0 2 15 0 Fowls; per pair...

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THE NEW BANKRUPTCY BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 9 November 1887

TI-IE NEW 3TANI?UPTOT ?ITLL, (FIrom the Now Soutth ilWalesTrado Report.) It is little ºwonder that so long i, tinn .hal s olapseod without any change being olheted in the present bIanlkruptcy law of the land if the opinions held by nut legislators are any thing like tlhe one liwhich was aldvanood on T'uoslday night last in the Legislative As. sent lily. The great ohbjection which ihas alalys beon ui'rged to the law as it now exists is that it olihrs too many facilities to duhLtors to avoid their just obligations to their c'reditlorsi and so enco'urages fradulent prnat'itins which in ell bot imiliOunt to the per. pettraLcnion of irohleries.' Ov and over again it i hs hon poinlted out that the erodiltor should receive any protection that the bank. ruptey law has to give in pr'oference to the lbhtolr, and thoro is nothing unfair' about such a proposition inut in the opinion of anl hlnorahle memiler this is altogethm' a tyrnannioal way of looling at the matter When the third reading of ...

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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 9 November 1887

LOCAL AND DISTRIOT NEWS, A'r the Pollco Oourt, Shollharbour, on the 3rd int,., 'T. Fenwiak, EBq., on the bench, James Ruid was charged with being drunk at Alhion 'm'Ik ni the iprcodtti day. IHe pleaded guilty, and was lintd 5s, or in default 24 hourn in tie Shellharbour lock-up. The line wno paid. A i'tno l depltationll ropreoauting the varioll portlins of the const, ftrom Kiinn southwards ie to wnit on the MlinisterO for \V'Work in a tow daya to n'rgO forward, if p)osaible, the produo tiin in Parliament of the plnia for tho fifLth ooction of the Sonth Coast Railway' This Ilatter wan disonlsed in the Gurringong Bor ough Counlloil on Moniday. ON Frhtty evening, aq anotionceOd by ndver. lisetnont, a grned concert is to take plance t tie School 'of Ar'tH, Orl'illgOllg, with tlhe object of provlling p)rlca for' the suhlularH attending the providonal ecltool at Roae Valley. The pro gralnie Ia si n ttrnotive one, anti the earviooe of MiHa Tyteor as nAccompantit have boea scOured. We haol ...

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JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 9 November 1887

JAMBERQOO. Z Anu sorry to mention a seomowhalt severe mis hap which on Saturdeay morning befol \Villiam Kelly, a son of Mr. A. Kolly of this village. Mr. Kelly has established' a thriving hbuinseass a, family butcher i. and, telor is a good deal of carrying out to ho done: Otn Saturday afore uaid lWilliam Kelly was starting on an errand of this sort, with a bnhltet of beef on his armnl and bestriding Imare that was rntlher too fresh for the job, and: wollld' not endure a cr'ppor. Near tho police snation the, aniinal boeameno troublesomeo, and ooltnmnced: n portinacione etfort to got rird of hoer rider, A rider carrying a baskeot of meat on hil arm in plaeod at a ptetty considlornble diandvantage in llch cir eostanoeIi ; and in thi cas lie he stuck to his. hbsket too long. The inaro at length got the eaddlo on lher nockl, and of nocoseity down caenlo, basket and rider anld' all. The lIntor wns pitcliedl; emalrtly ilnto tih rond-falling on hli hlad, anlld wni temllporrily stunniied. l...

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A "PEACE MISSION" TO THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 9 November 1887

A "IEAOE MISSION" TO THI UNITED STATES. Tum, following letter has been addressed by the Right Hlon. John Bright, n.P., to Mr. William Jones, Secretary of the London PIeaco Society :---" London, Aug. 9, 1887. Dear Friend William Jones,-I aml glad to hear you are going to the United States on what 1 may term a ]?ease Mission, You will find many friends on the other side of the Atlantio-more perhaps than you will leave on this side, for our piople have seen nothing of war among them during this century ; they know something of taxes the result of war, but they have seen nothing of the bloodshed in war. There is talk of a permanent Arbitratioen Treaty between Eng. land and the United States; the project is a reasonable one, and discussion on both sides may bring it about. I think if the Govornment of the States were willing, and were in a way to signify their willingness, to become a party to such a treaty, there is force of good men with us to induce our Go veImn men, to consoit to it,...

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GERRINGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 9 November 1887

OERRINGONr MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tit; regular fortnightly mooting of titti Cobunil took place at the usual hour on Meondy last, 7th instant, mid there wore presont-the Mayor, Alderman Lee, -IHindmarsh, A, & R. Wilson. Minutes of previous moeting were read and cnulirimud. Corrospnndenco :-The Clerk read copies of letters addroseed to (1) Mr. A. Ciimorot, AI.P. (2)' The Secretary of the Municiptl Associlition; Now South Wales, The incoming communica tious wore from (1) Mr.,,3'nl M'Lola, Nw,ra, trausmitting copy of resolution which hiedeboon onanimously agreed to at a public moetin?i hold there on the 31st ultimo as follows :--" That a deputation be at 'once appoitted to wait 1;upon the Minister' for Works respectifg the delay ill in laying the plains of the fifth section lltwarra railway before Parliameno t for adoption ; such dcp utetion to consist of the muember for Slhoa)l havnIll and thle oex-melmbr, the mtembellOi for Kiaisa anld the ox member, ti, e inmemoer for Illawarra, ...

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KIAMA A. & H. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 9 November 1887

XIAMA A. A IH. ASSOCIATION. . ( Friday eovoening the monthly mooting of the coirmittue of the above muntiuned association, which had lapsed on the preceding Friday, took place at the Council Chamber. There wore preosent--Mosra Oraig, Colo, W. Groy, T. Love, Brown, J. Love, Campbell, Curtis, C, Somerville, and T. -,Fredloriks. In the ab sonoo of the President the chair was occupied by Mr. A. Camnpbell. The bu?sijoss transacted, though of import anoo in the sequtloo of the Society's athairs, had not much interest for the general public. Besides the ordinary routino of correspoadence, &o,, the principal item on the paper was the nomination of judgos ; but the committoe very naturally desired that those names should not be published until something was known about the acceptlanoces. The minutes of the preceding meeting having boon road and conlirmed as usual, the commit too proceeded to the rending and examination of corroepodoune, in the outgoing portion of whichl the following...

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THE KIAMA RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 9 November 1887

THAE IARA RAILWAY. Mn. Wise in reply to a question asked in the Assembly on Wednesday by Mr. Abbott said that in the case of Samuel Charles v. the Oommissioner for Railways the costs were taxed and alhowed at £209 Ds 8d, which sum included the fees of the um pire and the commissioner's arbitrator viz., 1hMr. T. A, Brock (umpire), £!55 13s 10d, and R. J. 1M9ackenzie (the arbitrator), £55, which sums had been paid by the commis sioners, Captain Chares' ar bitrator (lid not claim f?'s. In reference to the above our contemnpo rary, the "illawarra Mercury," makes the follow?ing remarks, which we are fully in clined to indlorsO: Messrs. Brockl and \lackenzio are, it is understood, people who are in business in Sydney, and therefore scarcely know anything about this district or the valuoe of its resources-are, in fact, strangers to the distriot. It seems some 'hat strang'. that out of all the magistracy, aldermen, and business people living between CoalCOlill and Slioalhavan the commission...

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PARKES FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 9 November 1887

PARKES FUND, A MEETING of the committee in connection with this fied was hbld at the Council Chamber, Kianra, yesterday rftcrnoon. The treasurer, Mr. Hind marsh, stated that he had been can vassing tor subscriptions in the town, anal that the lihs npened at the public meeting now represents £39 37s Gd. 'the Secrelary said, in antioipatior. of the appointment of collectors, he had applied to the Secretaries of the Sydney Committee for a supply of subscription lists, a number of which hadr been sent down accord. ingly, It was decided to distribute a nmiumber of these among the committee.man after adding the Iinames given in at the uuilic meeting, and to request the return of the lists by the and of the Ipresent month. It was also decided that the committeo should moet at 2.30 p.m. overy i'resday during the monlh ; and the secretary was authorised to make this known tlrrougl the press.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 9 November 1887

OORRESPONDENC?. [IT is.to be uwLdorteoi?itht wo merely Laford to corrnspon-. ent1s tIeu opportunIity of exprosang hllolr own nplolHo ow mittlers of plbll Intelrest; Imdltlut we are i L0o way ideluti-. lied v1ttl,t ho opiiolt?o,] TO TIIl EDITOR. Sil,-I read a. lettor in your loot papor oi~ued: " Club Mlumber," and: L can, now anc?count for tIl. diflioulty myself andd othor privato pationts I know nhave in getting theoir billis t sooans to. mo that the doctor roferrod to intonds lisving on tho souioty gnatse or club. monmbora whilo ho. keeps the flies or private pationts? in his web. for fonr the other two doctors shbold ontoll any of thorn. I don't like to be in anly moan's debt ifi on an helpit,. and abovo all I don't like to bo kept, thereo against my will:. Lolng credit may suit many when. Ltlter is lots, but lot tlloso who. Hikm it 1ake car1 they don't havo to pay too. holly for it. At any rate, thero isa sntiefaction in knowing what one owes, ov0len if ho is not prepared to pay ...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 9 November 1887

T'WO 0 O\ ANS, Ilouul'to fiil Ili te h?llut llo , soonuid l1h lilvor oipluolnllty t.lihl tI, Hi~ n to pur lO' t(l'1 llir , lime. IiiIIIH IOI'f'uutly, Imul y)'o? will ruioiiiiv'U i; luilil iiliclmlt.umi iu-twllutim llH (f ill llo thmhiL In miidniuI in holi to, in thi o(1,' Iny Iothior h 1111111.. DIJr 8ml i'Ht Ainmorminn nri Hiltlo' Ii lli ionly tmll ng tirnl will givo Iloiruo tly hl?lllit y 111itiilnil otioll lu tIhltno Iwu oni" A?illiu Fuii'inm'," MRS. I'.\1RIN'GTUN SAYS Don't take any of the quack rostrumis, as they roe rogimenltal to the human cistern ; but put your trust in Dr. Noulo's Amorican I-lop it ters, which will cure general dilapidation, ces tive habits, and all comic diseases. They saved Isaao from a severe extracot iof typhoid fever. 'lhey are the el aplus .smm of medi cines. " lloston Globe." IDU. BIL'is (IKIDINIcY AND Livien) B3rr'rias are no " lit or miss" comlpoundl l r old vl woman's' mixture. They are prepared by ma scientifti phiaruncist, with a full knowledge ...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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