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

PARLIAMENTARY. Sil I. PAolRKcR in making his statoements as to. the order of 'Government business on Friday last, cinfessed that he had no hope of getting the Local Govermnent Bill through Piirliament this session ; but would like to have the oppor tunity of maklting speech on the second reading The Land 1111, the Railway Management Bill, and the Estimates are apparently regarded by the PTomier as affording quite suflicient work for the session, though he wishes to in troduce some qthlr importanmt measares in order tha?.tithobountry may know what the intentions of, the Governlment really are Among theose bills, it seems, is one for imposing a tax upon property,. Mr. Dibbs, in the corsme of sonme observations on -the .Promier's statement, re marked that "he thought the Govornmnent were very serioualy to blame for delayihg any longer to lay tho financial statement before the country. Last session when the finanmcial state mont was under discussion the Government were twitted with not ...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 9 November 1887

TEfLEGEAPHICI SUMMARY1 London, Novoember 3,--The Toronto Globe clhmours for tho recall of Mr. Jsoseph Ohamber lain as lritisho ConmilssionoU. to the Internt. tional Fisheriues Omnmisim, It nascorts lthat if thelo Commission sluhIld fail in mLojusting matters, war betwooln England ad n Anorica? is certain, unloss Chtmada should be alxindomed by Great Britain, London, Nov, 4I.-Mr. Cox, M'P. for county Clham, has failed to appear nt the Ennis Polico Court in answor to a chargo of having attenudod mootinls which had beon proviously prool:aimod by the Governmeont, A warrant was iasuod to. day for his nrrost,--in addrossing a mooting at Jirminlghal m last night, Mr, Arthur hidlfour doclsrod that Mr, Oladstone was lohouring to frustrato tlhe roestoration of ordor in Iroeland by imllinting orimeo and inoiting tle piooploe to conm miit illegal nets, The Clovenomenot, he said, would nevertholoas ipeorsist braveoly in tLheir present coerse of notion, and would triumph in the nd -The'lh unoempl...

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SUICIDE OF JOHN KILLALEA. INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 9 November 1887

BUICIDE OF JOHN XILLALEA. INQUEST. Tu'o Coronolr for the district (Mr. . ]E. Smith), on Thursday, held an inquest touch ing the cause of the death of John Killalha, which took place that morning at Oleveland, The evidence summarised was to the follow. ing etllvet : Annie Killales, wife of the deceased, deo posed that she last saw her husband alive about four o'clock that morning, when he got out of bed ; she doed oil' to sleep, and some time after, fanoying she heard a noise and not seeing him, she got up and went round the place looking for hinl ; she found him lying near the oloset ; ihe was not ahle to spealk, ht was breathing ; she poured a little brandy in his mouth ; his gun was lying near himl ; lie had loaded it with shot the evening previous to shoot a magpie; he died shortly after she found him ; lie had honm troubled shout money matters, and had been to Sydnmey for the purpose of selling two horses; on his return he told her lie had sold then and got a good price for thoe...

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

GEKNG1GTCf1 (rnoo oumR COltItsProNDfrNT.)' 'reinlate showers we have lhad hero reconbly, have aondo theo neighbourhood look boantiflily green and frosh; and the aspoect of the little village is quite picturesqe., Notwithetanlding this, however, affairs are not going on Ran ami -ablo as one would like to scoo hem. As was plainly scon by the letter signed " Bomngoois," whlich apponrod in your issuo of th thhe 5t instant, concerming the pilotage at Georringong ; and' by the way, I moat say that I' fully coctour with all' that was slated' therein. T'o.day (Monday). another of the mooring chains broke while the Pololorlough was at anchlor awaiting her cargo. 'Tbis caused her to Iump very heavily several times against ocr jetly-anch as it is, making the frail strtutulre tremble like a dying animal. It is to be touch regretted that the requirements of out harbour aro not better attolnded to, tn its present cooti. tion is a great iucosivoniunce to the shipping trade heor. A movement which s...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 9 November 1887

MIEETINGS TO BE HELD. Protoetnnt, Allalnce nment Nojv. 23. nt 7.30. No,..115 . T..1,., meets ])Dc.. ', tlt 7.:10. No. 77. T,.O.L.. memIIti De). 7. at 7 pI.m. No0. 11(0, lII. I. tllotO IOl. I, nt. 7.319 p nm. Bony of 'dtoip1iotl' No. 2t7, 1itit?ut Noi'. 10, at 7.?0.

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

Business Directory. KIA1IA. A.nNOLD, MIIbSlS, (E. & A.) DIresmakers - Manning etroet,___ A IllI, Ult. WVM., Plisiciain and Surgcon, Mairket Square. .ATKINSUN, THOS,, Builder, &c., Virn Cottage, Dido.tBrout. AYA, ALX,., Niglitinil and Carter, Mlat uningstreet. AlN l NES, WILLIAM, Horeu biho)r& Guneral .3 Blacksmith, T'eorrlong-streot, 3B3EVAN, W. J., Tailor, &c., Terraloeug street. R3OWN, FRANCIS, Tinsmnith, &c., Terra - long-street. RLOWN, GEORG I1 , News & General Agent, B- t 'ralonig-street. BULLTEN, GEORGi( , Gonornl e Slore~kepor' S Iron & Tin Platlo Worker, Terralog.sHt. '¶lAMl'illL, EL)U, Boot and Shoo Maker, A'-J Mainnig.-street. A ll?lbtlbL, ALEX, Auclionour,&c., Terra. Slo- ig-.slreo t. -[I IN. 'LUMINILE;GII, Ilnro Slicer & Geneoral Snlancksoiiitlh, Trralong.Htreet. rHIN, MRS. P., Frnitorcr, Manning-strcot. -LAltKI, W M., uI oot adl.. Shou blakor, 1lla - ning.setroot. (WOCI.S, W., & CO., General...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 9 November 1887

AT tih PAAsties testimonial meoling the other evening there appeared to be among those who spoke a certain haziness of recol lection or want of acquaintance with the facts regarding Sir II. PAultcs's connexion with the town and electorate of Kiama; and it will he of some interest to rerapitu lateo tlose facts at a moment when circum stances have ereated a revived interest in matters relating to our old representative. Writing from memory, hdw'vor, and wilth out materials for r'efrnncte at hand, we can only accomplish, in a somewhat loose fashion, tho little piece of work we speak of ; though what we can do may be of some service to those who know or recollect less than our sel vOs. It was, if we remember aright, at the end of 1863 that Mr. PAttrcis first Ieeame a candidate for the representation of Kiama, some months after his return from tihe Inis sion--now scarcely cver heard of-in whlich ho was associated with Mr. DAIr,Y, for the oblject specially of inducing per'sons accus tomed...

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

DR. TOHN S. WYILSON, 1.l.O.S. ENm(., L.R.O.P.E., LI. 1873, F.R.G.S. Era., 1875, &c., rfRe of Collln,-htreet East. Melbourne; and London, Consulting and Operating Surgeon, "BRIGHTON VILLA," KIAMA, (Opposite Catholic Chapel.) ArT 1Ione Fon 0ONSUtrATrION: Mornings, 9 till 2. Evenings, G till 8. NOTICE. OUR readors will see on referencO to the " imprint " at the foot of nut fonrth paso, that the property of '1 Ie leporterettd Illatarra ,Journal has atain chalnod hands. The intoeral sinco the provioun chanlt omay se, em short ; but there is nnthin, in the circumstance that re quiros oxplanattion so far ns the general public are concerned. The Into plropriotor will con tinuo in the oditorship of tho journal ; and it may be mentioned for the salto of any who tare concerned, thatt the Int ptursclhase takes effect frontm tihe commencement of Tuly ; and all rights and liabilities from that dnto accrue, as far as possible, to the new proprietors. TO THE PUBLIC. IT is hereby notilied th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 12 November 1887

D MRS. PARTINGTON SAYS Don't take any of the quack rostrumns, as thley are regimental to the human cistern; but put your trust il 1)Dr. olo's Amero'ican Ilop Bit ters, which will cure general dillapidatltion, cos tive habits, and all comlic diseases. They saved lsnno frollm a seovero extract of typhoid fever. T'hey are the lo, plusa uut of medi ciues. "'loston Globo." D). BD,?,'s (KmliNy' AND Liven) Blr'rcans are no "l hit or Iliss" colnpoulld lor old woanii's mixture. They Ire prileared bIy a secieitilo llhanllnacist, with a full k I owledlu oi tile 'owers andl virtues of each ingredient in the cloass of diseases whlici it cures. It is lpurely vegetable and caunllllt hlarm tlhe younllllgest child or thle Illost feeble invalid. " KwI'I'INI'S POWI)I, I" destroys lBaugsR, Floeas, .M1thsi, Be(tlesi, aul all other iAU ts, whlilst quite harmlesr s to dolmestic aniln.ls. In cx terlllinatillg Beetles the success of this powdor is extrnallrdinary. It is perfeootly clean i nppli cetio,. See ...

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THE NEW LORD MAYOR OF LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 12 November 1887

T1?i Nf?W LORD MAYOR OF LONDON. lTuuln ilootioi of thoe Iiw Lord MrnIlyor of London, whlch toolk plion rocuntly, iH nio von t of hisLatoHoi ilnporltnon, houslioi A ldcir nui ]?olydorl du .huiysur, thu future, Lord Maiyor, will hu thl Iirs t ]ouuaii OnIlthollo who hbe hcldh thie ollioh c inic 1 thl dclutu of thu Rufoiorl?mtnlio, Although, scicu tho '.I'Rst Aoct lisi Iho1(; nhbollhrhd, our oivio ochlir Ihu hIn fill locdl hiy Noiioonfourmlisus, Uiitu.. 1ihlii, Jow?uv, niid (Qualuor, it hlu n1vor ILooi ouopihi b2y h .Il ltunni O ntholio, soiu c?nrity bi i u ?viood ns to whiit hll'r thui iuiw 141o(tlr \lny.or' ill iiiaki th cusotinlry it. tulntuinooc cl n uci, ltouhluh nrh o epcultl~,l of 'eons hioldbluI g lulie hhli l Foiu Laid{ Nlayor I vi iulwys a tniltldld cl?ui'cli in full iututu nt hunst thurca niteo ii yiuui-.lot St. Luowiuuucu'e, Juory; Clibets Olunch: Nun gnito) nud 1St, IPu Cal'e Outhutil 'ii, A idiimain du o~l~rysor kn e rclutationl of huing a H(InIlbleI manII HIo prlobably he...

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SHOCKING CASE OF BOYCOTTING. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 12 November 1887

SHOOKIING OASE OF BOYOOTTIN??G. " A LovAmst," writing to thu lmlI TitIus, 5ays:--A Mrs. Prnd'rvillo , who liveod nunar Nowbridge, shielterod a poor hoyoottud labouror, For this noat hbr Iusband and hIorsIlf wcor (l1nounced. '1Thy managed to live by sulling vrgotablls, which thu woman Ihad to oart a long distano fromin homae to obtain a sale. This was soon found out, and th oart' was stoppud, Shi then had to walkl, calumying lravy loands, whioch brouglht on prn. muature co illnnrt.n, No Woiiain frolm amolgslt her neiglhlours oould 11( got to como to 1her aid, 1our IIhusband hiad to go a long way for itodional ussistance, whlclh narividl too aInte, :Ho had angain to loavo to golt a ooflint from a cdistanutc, and was oblligd to look up hispoor h0111ldr' by1 thI msoilvei s with tliir 0lo(d (nother, Whilst awny his noigh. hours' all lrdoll attacked tho houso, poltted It witlh stones, and torriflud tl e lhi old roun isitlo by thoeir hootig ndl howlihg.

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CENTENNIAL CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 12 November 1887

OENTENNIAL CELEBRATIONS. Thi authorities of the Roman Catholio Ohlurch in Sydney, wo understand, intend marking the celebration of the contenary of the colony by a number of ceremonies, and commomorations, the principal of which will be a general assomlly, with imposing services of all the Roman Oathlolio prolates of the Australian colonies. It is proposed, we are informend, to have a series of pullic stervicos similar in chalracter to those of the Triduum,, which was held at the opening of St. Mary's a few years ago, and in which all the " pomp and pageantry " of the Olharcl's ritual will lo employed to produco the most brilliant eofect( pnssille. In connootion with these services alddresses reviewing tl:e plo g'less of religion in Australia sinoo thl dlays of the lir'st missiolnarios are to be delivocred by COarldinall Moran, Archbishop CaI'r, of i\ullbourn': Archlbishop Redwood, of Wel lington, New Zealand,; anid Archbhisliop Iteyinolds of Adelaide, Five arolisholps and 17 bishlo...

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SCENE IN THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 12 November 1887

SCQENE IN THE HOUSE. A SCENEo Of great disorder occurred in the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday evening. The sublject under consideration was the de. sireablecess of rescinding a resolution which confers upon ex.membe'rs of the Assembly who have been returned to three Parlia. ments a permanoit fLiee pass upon tihe rail ways. Mr. M'Ellhone, in speaking upon the quustion, made sees observations to the effect that tlhe predecessor of the Speaker was not a very distinguished person before he becamu Speaker, and was not, by reason of Ihaving occupied such office, entitled to receive a froee pass ; but Mfr. Speaker ruled that a portion of those remarks were out of order, as they lhad reference to a provision in the Railway Bill, which would comne he fore the House, MIr. nI'Ellhoneo excitedly, and apparently incrduously, askled the Spceake wlhether he meant to say that he was to be tongue-tied in that matter. Tihe Speaker rose to confirm his decision, but the hlo. member miade some ohserva...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 12 November 1887

WERTlIYAN. orersMr will b1 condulctd Il the +Weslenyan Church, on Sundtay next, ns follown : flittn, it 1n n.uc .-llyr. . Il. II. now,. Nilltlt, itt oifln pTi|n-lee. Cl'. ii. (Olnnlon. .Tilnlthrnn, at 11 an..--MII. W. Coeki. 0Tntallrclo. nt 7.:10 p.ll'l.--"?[r, O, A. Rlnorvillo. Old ]'lne nl. --,,~On -Mt.'l (I. A. Sninernillo. (l, .htz?'miR,, at.I 1 a .--]leV. 0. 11. (I1IwnIt., (terl'lngitig, it(. 7,:10 plt.--Mi'·. 't. COnllfoil, eltlihrlhoir itt 11 .tt.-- t'. Vt'. ,Tames. flivinetieovine itt. 37'. Nitlleti, Sittdtllbltlti on fittldy next, cornducted by MIt J. Onltitni.

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THE LARGEST SAILING SHIP IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 12 November 1887

TH LAR?G?ST SAILIN?l SHIP IJN THI~ WORLD. A Ulalootta papoer ay :-i " Thlo Dritislh ship Palgrov arrived oil tllho 16th instant andl is low llooro(d at Prisnop's Chllnt, Thu Pail. grave is a al nlilifloit shlip, a fourninnntor, Iuilt thiroughout of stuol ciiid Iron, llid haiv. Ilg an iron dlook, Sho is cblu to oc'iy no l?ss tllhlan :1078 tons of .cOllgo, anlld .is COlln. struotld to'onrry volry innuoh hloss hIallntl, whliin i hll a Inl t, thiill lcllay ia oliiP of cinich siIIilir c ize l, unhi is fully :322 fct lolg aniid Ills a Iradtlllh of iluin of 50 fatll, T.ihl s nolclh olip--thu lchlgost sailhlg vuoascl on thu slns at tilhe prusclicnli t illlo i alnlly o?ollltry-.ocrri a lvow oif il0, llol ll vli of thile olcaptctiic (i\l.', I l.arvoy), thlo uli ll( nat, (M?, Alloii), andtl two otior nlintLo, Sho i ]a lundld ni th salt, cuil, though ollnoonloitlrig light and soino. [llltH s l'i?l wilndis Illoally ccll [hio way, ilolndo iii ?itnssagu from Li ] cvrpool [cc Onlootta ii 111 il",n ...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 12 November 1887

CO o1W olATI'ON=A, (lmTlllItf, oERUa OnO. Tbr' Ilie, O. ]Tglphw)"l UOhldIIc(hte services every StrUdeI. ·s follow? :- O dnlTgnonong nII 1 . 111.nt11' 7.iIO p.m. ['i'ho cdllor reqoests (Ithlt tin vrmolxo clnrgf.'oen of (lho fiotrbllt. (III fnwnorrd Iitroimtlwetornito of Hot'ire? to bt held fromnt hno to thne in fltlir clhtrcrhop which nontice will It nil e(sno bho Irortcd rmtlo.1

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HOW DISEASE IS DISSEMINATED. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 12 November 1887

HOW DISEAS'E IS DISSEMINATED. Tir following extract from a Londoa paper is quite as applicablo to Sydnny as to Lon. don:-" It behoves people to he very caroe ful as to whom they employ in their houses. A corroespondent states that in one case of a child sufi'ring from scarlot favor the mother goes out charing for several hours a day at tlhe various houses where she is employed, Oomlnlellt upon this is scarcely needed, Thi stritctst inquiry onlght to be nmdclu in every instancn where persons are ema ployed who live in poor quarters. Ig norant people are notoriously careloss as to tlhe spreading of infeotion. They'll are, to a certain extent, fatalistic, and ho. liove that if a child is soluected 'for scarlet fever or any other ailment it will haveit ill spite of precautions; and on the other hand, if it is not to have it, it may run into all kinds of danger without result. Not long ago, a lady and gentleman were looking over a house, and noticing the poouliar appear. ance of a little...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 12 November 1887

DR. JOHN S. WILSON, M.R.O.S. E a., L.R.O.P.E,, L.M. 1873, F.R.GO.S. Exo., 1875, &c., Into of Collins-stlreot Et i[elboutrno; and London, Consulting and Operating Surgeon, "BRIGHTON VILLA," KIAMA, (Opposite Ca;holio Chapel.) Ar I-Iol!n For CONSULTATION: Mornings, 9 till 9,. Evenings, 6 till 8, TO THE PUBLIC. IT is herelby notiliod that Mn. R. O. KNA:r,T, l nas hoon enninmissioned to receiveo subscrip finns, aertisemes, rrtisnot, and orders generally, and to collect ncconts on behalf of this joiunal : and in the ceso of lSaymnots his receipt will bh a snllicion, voulcher. THE REPORTER AND ILLAWARRA JOURNAL. --o - PUDLISIIED EVERY WYlDNES'DAY AND SATURDAY MOINING. SAI'TURDAY, NOC)VEM3BER 12, 1887. T'IWO ORGANS. Reg'ulatofirst tihe stomach, second the livor ;: especially the lirst, so as to ieolfolta their fulc- tins Iperfectly, l ad yoI. will reonvo nt. least. niunotol-tweontieths of all the ills that mankitnd is hoir to, in this or any other cliumto, Dr. Soulc's Alnolerican Il...

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ANTI-CHINESE LEAGUE MANIFESTO. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 12 November 1887

ANTI-IKINESE LEAGUE MANIFESTO, W?~e have received a copy of the manlifesto which is about to be issued by thelo Anti. Chinese League. Reference is made in the first portion of the mianifesto to tile recent visit of tihe Chinese conmissioners, and it is pointed out that the commissioners have now returned to China for the purpose of accele. rating the influx of Chinese to Australia, and that according to the statement of the Mar. quis do Tseng, late Chinese ambassador to Europe, China is preparing to play a more prominent part in the politics and commerce of the world. It is further stated that the restrictions formerly existing in China against wholesale emigration have been rei moved, and that the future policy of China is fraught with graver monac than ever to Australia. Australians are directed to mark well what has taken place in America, where it is stated Ohinanmen have triumphed in spiteo of partial prohibition, sovere local re. strictions, and public protest;, and have drive...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 12 November 1887

Tillm readors of this journal-if not already aware of the fact-will learn from our re. port of the proceedings at tihe meeting of the B]orough Council on Thursday, that it is at length proposed to do soaiilr'iixo in refereneo to the incubus which has so long paralysed the functions of this much-endur ing municipality. Instead of having become infected with the prevalent indiflbronce, real or apparent, which prevails in regard to the paralysis of the corpnoration, we mnst confess to having shared fully in the fooling of im~ patience-almost of exasperation- whiclh has doubtless existed all along in the minds of a minority, perlaps small enough, in view of the existing state of things. Alderman OnAIO, it is evident, is one of this number; for while he wns yet musing the lire kindled, and at last he spake with his tongue. It is not surprising if the minjority of Mr. Onabn's colleagues sympathised with him, as they appeared to do in the notion which he took at the meeting on Thursday; fo...

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