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TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 16 November 1887
TEMLfARlHIC SUMMARY; Lnodon. Nov. 11.-Tlx groso lUnbilities in tllhe inseolvnt est\te of Lord Augustus Liftus namount to £t.,200, of whlich. debts to.the nmunt of £3900 are fully soeured. Creditors repro sclnting a totil of £49,0040 'r scored to the cxtoezt of £15700. The nsoets are. nil, with the eoxception of Lord Augustus LTEituo's Ilnpurial pension tid also his life assalrnoc polioies for £30,000, lnd the jiltoroet Itrder hiis marriage euttlemnont, which ir wortlh D000,n-yur, s8 well a mainy shares in Parnell's Pyrites pllte.t, The principlI, unsecured mrcditors in Sydney nee the Oily .Unk, 1170 ; naol. Fl. SIomners, £00t T'he Morrquis of' Ely iltd C:xots and Co. are partly coured for .031,0J. Lady Auustle. Loftus in fully seonred to the axtont of £22U0. Lord Anugustus TLftus anlleges tlhait his failure is onilnt to Il his iIomInO being ilLnadequate for tilhe dution he was1 calleld Iuplin to. lxtforI. It is believed thit a cmeI siptiot wiO l be offered, but Ihle itiiiiiout i: at...
THE ROADS AND STREETS. TO J. A. ROSSBACH, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 16 November 1887
THE 1OADS AND STREETS;. TO T, A, ROSS3ACOIJ, EXQ. Du I aIn. Roaseusn-As . ynu are unforte.-. iatoly soiueotlnes absont froon ICiana, very likeuly you did not aoe a little pjaragraph la the. Rleporer' soiiw days. ago, whoro the vriter in.. vites. your attention to. the manror in which the. liniteolloce soon were spoilig the. natucra grass footpaths by the sides.of thle coeds uand. stroots by thrvcw iig up heaps of dirt on theotL oil the eartways. wIoleove thie is y.our busiless,. Aind not the aildoenrmn's; od you are a gentle. mano-I do not koow what the aldoelnon aRe. Now, Indiues do not like to. he obliged to walk in the roadways.. It is ouch lsoor to have a. natidral grgass'lihth Where therooa Ioure, hbut. those inattenance mnoo throw dirt asd stonus. and . overythiog upon. then without carln! a. inl, OQuo of rhesa ignorant diun was licohe,& th thL' trlior dlay and he seemned to thiok that. boonuse the foothpaths had n(ot boen artilleally formod, hut were only natoral gres...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 16 November 1887
00RIESPONDENOE. (11rlo to bo mItetiod tl hot wee merely aolrloo to rorlesponL enstile oppoltllllity to Cotl)tllO thleir ow~t opliniosol t11. uucitero of hublhe ill lrot; tuottlott w ore lttol waiy Idluti lied with theos opilliolls.] TO Till EDITOR. Smi,-1 rogroet that, I cnniot congratulato tihe critic writillg turder the stralluge non de plume of "Diesoutor" upo11)1 tim canlldor of his criti cism. Theso isAa " woo bitt" too much vonouml botrayed iln the comllositiol. of his olpistlo to. roedor anlything like ia friendly contooversy lpossIiblo ; anl as I lumv not thle aliglhtOet wish, to dip my plon uin galll, or write a sontece thatll would givo needlesl s paini, 1 mouit dcline to. notice anllly further ett'iuons of the enolymou. scrihb Tlho Bontonco in your report of tihe local Wes loyan Church annlivrusary sorricos to whilch ox-. cuptiont was takeu, and which caused me to. pell I corrootion ran thus ::-" It is worth iotlicin tfat the lV, esleajwt Scholron m illn Kiatn, is tihe ol...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 16 November 1887
\VflSflWSAN. 1vrP$ il)r lo'l h.niuliiutoul in 11wu WMIOIeiII Olurob, on fbonrloi nmxt, no fO~loUI\: Wiotno, it I ..n.m-fiey. 0I. Ii. Otonon. (Senolon o Clfln dim.) Kionin. nt 740n 11.ni,-Thw. 0. Il. Ilooroc. Jnmlnron, it 11 ii.pi.-1iri'i 0.13 lnn nc'. Tomin~mo, it .0I.1 patn.--r. 41. Ofrnli'ini. Old Plum o t. 2410 p.pt--llcn' 11. 11. Thon. (irrringOnIr, ot. 11 nato-Mtl. 01. Tilnyrponn. (lorrhlnynnor nt 7.1I0 1.In.--1l·CVI . 1?. Olooson. J'onorniood. it II otoll-Mo.r T. Jinolmcn. BGclhonlobn~or ot 11 nln.-MJr. 0. Ai tolnoeroi11C.
KIAMA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 16 November 1887
KIAMA POLICE COURT, TuIasAY, Novmi tit 16. BloRiut Mors.a' Ooin':ll, Colluy, Cunway and MlolH; Holiart Morrison, charged by thle poliu. with having buun dinknl oi tho phbllIu troot at Gor rnlllonog oil thlo 5th iIlHttanl, plunaloel gilly anid wnA (fhid 10., with tlo alturnitlvu of throd dnayn in tho lookulp,, AnHunlt.-JnamllU O'Toolo was. olimrgill withl having nsud violonco tlwnard n lil tlio lboy thl mon otf Milrt. Lnlg of Kinimnj. "'lho lattu'r wns ullled to ulppo o ;ort har n ho t on tile 0 II guHtioln (f' tIlr JUInch aItr!ool to witllilrw it, tih Ilol'ondailt indurtnldtog to, pay the coot of tho H00IIIIIIIIH , , Jamnuos Josph M'OPrthy v. Thomns Collins. -Unlawfully dUotlaninlg a cow. MI., Ryan, Isolicitor, appolred for plaintiffl'. Mr., Havurstoii fLor dufilldaint, Theo nnlmal in disputo had boen broughb withlin tihe ourt Houso prooinOts, and 'was iI1I1%ootd by thio Inlgltratus n11Id witOnssas, I llaitil wFla swi',l anid itatod thalt oil tlhe 4thl Ootohbur lnt ho bought t?ll co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 16 November 1887
uIt'' tiud(IN1' IlIut gid lll.ItItIiI lit tutu1)5 it(itu1 tuutuI f~lutti butt H'Itt II liurittu lit11 thu(1 Iuluuu uIItuI oluig., Itituuu. IllntuI1 luurrllut lhitu nruu tututuut t11(11(1$uJIlutt tutu'11 1 itt 1 Itu Iuuuu1uuo tu ItIu.I uuuuI u iuuo uII uuuIIII ugutik.1 kIUI~I utII1V tuluu flui II~I tIIHutt M1RS. PAPR'T'INGTON SAYS Don't take any of the quack rostrums, as they are regimental to the human cistern; but put your trust in Dr. -oale's American Hop 1it. tore, which will cure general dilapidation, cos· tive habits, and cll comic disonases. 'Ihey saved Isanna from a severe extrct of tyjhnoid fever. 'They are the no plius ucnue of mcdi. cinOs. "lioston Globe." in. lxrc,'s (KiDNE Y AND Liven) .r1r'rrnR are no "hit or mriue" compound or old woman's mixture. 'Tlis)' are proiProd by a ecientiie pharmacist, with a foil knooledge of the powers and virItes of ouch ingredient in the class of disenses whilmC it come. It is purely vegetuble snut cansuuot liaruis the youngest chid or I l...
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 16 November 1887
LOCAL-AND DISTRICT NEWS. Faox tile butter factory at AlbiMon Perk i ho average output poer month is niine tons. 'T'e Ciiihuruo of inglatd Sunday school picnio for Jlnboeron will be hold this day wooeek; that for Kinma is hold to-day. AIItNorm?irTcr h|ave beeoll nmade for the on. intorrupted contineanne of IrI. F. BrownII's bnIine?s duoing his Illoness. TI'lle rateopnyors' imeoeting, whilch tho Boroulgh Conllnoil onl Tu'l'llrsley Iest roeolvod to call, is convened by edvertliseiomnt for the evening of Wednesllelay, 23rd instant (this day woeek.) Mn, B. Tonl's coaohoes will rnill to the Pl?'rtelor's Gairdole tormninns to catch thlio mlorning train whellnover plnacos hlve boon booked overllight not oetliorwisi. Teln formalnl opening of theo South Bulli Coal Compalny's mlnine antld jotty. for sihipping coail lit B3ollalnbi took pilace on il aturday. About 400 porsons were present. Tue police have lilllmonel d 1l, Adanlils, oP 'T'atleraHll's Hotelol, Sylloney, for lpermitilg his ipr'olni...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 16 November 1887
O~IOCET, (Trn following particulars relating to the two teams of English cricketers now in Australia will interest many of our readers.) Bollth the tfeams got together Ily the well. known trio-Shaw, Shrewslhury, and Lilly white, and that chosein by Mr. George Ver non, formerly captain of the Rugby School eleven, and an old member of the M. 0. 0. and Middlesex county, to travel under the auspices of the Melbourne club, took pas sage on the Iberia, which good ship received on board tihe majority of the cricketers at Plymouth, and sailed on Saturday afternoon, all well. A few words on the rival combinations, each of which has a leaven of amateurs. Shrewsbury's team includes six players who make their first appearance on Australian grounds-Mr. 0. A. Smith, Mr. G. Brann, and Mr. W. Newhamn, all of Sussex County ; Mr. 0. L. Docker, of Warwickshire, but who, until this last season, has played for Derbyshire, which eleven lie captained in 1885 Pougher of Leicestershire, and Pres ton of York...
The Kiama Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 16 November 1887
The K~iama Railway. Ttto following if fltl pitofn rootnlnotti infortontioti rngortt fog t\\o infiwoyr ormaronfttltbO tony ito nor~fiti to nooto0 of norl trotinro: -lto fot fro1·m rtrtiftorli' ttvttiititio iol~vtt Kiontol it Born., rtootitno WVniionlK, I tt of lift (itotittif ot 7), nold trnoltero C~lifoit ot 74iO. W~ntcrfoii, ftttte it \lll pttiitt tiitt thoer to trnitoftr iitrIitPion'ro. I i~n rdRitrt o in~to); ontil Rytittlon *·f. iPO. 'ri'o rotiltro fojoirlInoo fiptioo itt 2.0., Ino Wotorfoif of 0nr.0 iii? rootuit in onpititotti itro'ritcl Clfinotln B p itt0ttnti fio frttit itt gdin Wtuittttiti lit nl·Ii. nitd itt miffo of. .00 fite Btrti tttitto'r tittt nyrtciti ittfRit for fitutf. fuo' boome KItil~ to of. 8, Pit.I1. 'tttfnllitptttt ttt 10. ttttti Clfionn ltt Iliftf. f'itt tontoittt frttrr Cnl iftittt iVII oiot
JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 16 November 1887
JAMBEtROO. Tr fInctory at Waughope coinmonced work on Monday evening, though the intending sup pliers we're iit all reiady to send tlheir milk, requiring, I suppose, some days more or loss in order to make a suitabll end of their ohl ar rangemenots. I looked in this morinr g (Tues (11day1) and found everything going in in a way that it was Iloeasant to behold. The eveuning and the morning were thle lfiret day, so far as the supplly was concerned ; and for thu t first day thus al?de iup, tihe sulpply was considuerably over a thousand gallons. I was able to learn in the Ipromises that the largest sulplier was Mr. C. W. Cr'aig, the weight of whoso milk for lho morning wasa nearly a thousand pounds. Mr. T. Fredericks oaao withlin a trifle com plaratively; but the noxt,-I did not nlotice tile nalme, but only thie ligures,--was, in racing language, a bad third. The miachinlory and arrangemients gonorally, apporedl to woerk to pierfection. Thie stallf, consisting of Messrs. F. M'Cali'ty, m...
THE GOVERNMENT PROGRAMME OF THE SESSION. ATTEMPT TO SET ASIDE THE LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 16 November 1887
THE GOVERNMENT PROP~A1ME OF THE BEBSION, AFTR?MPT TO sET AsID, TIIn LAND lILt. TIT is nnw pretty generally understood that the legislative measures likely to be added to the statute.hook as the result of thei ses sion's work will fall considerably short of tile expectations formed of the progralmme solic two monllths go. It has heen already announced that no attempt will be made to proceed with tihe Local Government Bill be. yond the second reading, and objections have been raised to the Land Bill which will, it is foeared, lead to its bieing shelh ed for the session. MIr. Abbott will object to the mea sure beling procreeded with, his contentions being that it ought to bIo withdrawn on tile groiund that a large number of tile provisions contained in it are beyond tlhe order of leave, and that therefore tihe bill is improperly be fore the Hlouse. Tile most objectionabhle feature in the measure in this respect is the 194tth clause, which enables the Government to resunm roads through ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 16 November 1887
DR. JOHN 8. WIJS()N, 3lR.0.,S, ENo., LR.O.P.E, L.M, 1873, F.R.G.S, ENO., 1875, &c., IAta of C llina-treet Ftst Meltlboune; ant Londrm, Consulting and Operating Surgeon, "BRIGHTON VILLA," KIAMA, (Opposite Catholio Chapel.) AT I]o0,1 PoIl CONSUlrTATION: Miornings, 9 till 2. Evenings, 0 till .8, TO THE PUBLIC. IT in herohy notilled that I?l. R, o0. kKNDAtlL hnas hoon cnmissioned to receiveo subsecrip tions, adv'ertiseomeonts, nd norders t~enoral,, and to cllct aiccolenlts onil holltlf of tlhis journal : and in the qone of pnayenuts his receipt will be a nsuflicient vouolher. THE REPORTER AND ILLAWARRA JOURNAL., PUBLIOHED EVERY WEDNdDN AV ANE SATURDAY MORNINO. WEDNE'SDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1887. TTotr,owyv's PIlUR on be onilil'oioy recomn - mooiotwid en uldomuetio romidly for theo hnojimnto of all OlnHoso aInid conlditioins of peopIIo. Youngi oIll oli of both ouxos toky Lhiw fits inediolno. with the ortnizoty of doriving honealt from ita ine, when disorder or hit oaso is ioniming tho...
PROTESTANT ALLIANCE PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 16 November 1887
.PROTESTANT ALLIAWNi PIONIO; 'Tuu pionio nud eporte of the Ilian e Ludge of the Proteetnint Allirnoce, afluer avying beon poet pounor frorni tihe 9th irniornt c(0m1e off at length ern MmRrrday laet. hlrat of Ihire hrreioenrd hoesee inn Kiutnir closedr ri rrirng tire atrnitrrroonr in order to errrrnrrage tire at tonrimrori, inhut thu clerk of thie weirtirer wrs Ihrrdly .rrf tire scarme mninr; anid rirtil tire riny wan for rrirrrt, tiro iVeethor w RI at beest ornunri ling, to cay rro rorire. A. plrrceeeion of the irrotirroei, nrit very nrrmoInrorAr, mrroroireri to tire Agrniillt rirn i chorw glro'rrrrr drlrr'inr trg ti o ocrno img. Tue Kinmri bras bnri hirrrwenI rrp rrrrrnle whrat lnier; 0n rr in rll ariont two ihurnordreri pereorre reorrrted to tire coone. ilrt thorighi tio rrnrbiers anirrre onowniat AIrort of exrootallion, tiru rinry wrrr plensanrlty jieorr, tie rirrenrtc of tih e wertier or iroo nrrt. having hrrorr In in nay great Iniraure fiulllod. 'irhe perfirmrnrroec of tire Air...
ENTHUSIASTIC FAREWELL TO DOCKER AND SHREWSBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 16 November 1887
ENTHUSIASTIO FAREWELL TO DOCKER AND SEREWSBURY. Tnn " Birmningham Daily Times " of Sept, 16 says:--''lThis afternoon Mr. Ludford O, Docker, tile member of the Smotlhwiok Oricket Olub, who has boon seleoted by Shrewshury to accompany his English cricketing team to Australia, left New-street Station for Plymotilh, Before the lupnr-. ture an extraordinary scene was witnessed, On the No. 6 platform, at whioh tho train was expected to arrive from Nottinghalm, about six or seven hundred people had as. s:embled, and among those Mr. Ludford Do)cekcr moved, wishing his frio!lds good.byo. As the train containing the other mnembiers of'the team steamod into the station, the exoitoment rosn.to an extraordinary heilght. They wern discovered in the book part of the train, and theo rnwd made a rush in that direction onarrying nll bofore them, nearly upsetting several other passengers, railway porters, and groups of luggage. Shrows. 1>ury, having bhon ienvited to alight, a re moval was mnade to ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 16 November 1887
iT1icEii is, no doubt, lioth truth and sngacity 1I the linus worn so threadobar in the way of quotation--about seeing ourselves as others see us ; but theo gift after which tihe poot tliorn aspires is not likely to beconme voery extonsively dillusod among the people who inhabit thn earth in theso dcgeenrate days. *But, if we cannot get the wisdom whihl is or might lie involved in thei power of seeoing with other people's eyes, we inay sorniltiies get namusemiiiriit or inst ruction from observing how otheir people- straingors l1lore or loss-scumi to view our all'irs, and from reading what they write about us, ' his s'agncious ohservation rnight, wo dare any, lio applicable on a large sonie; but just now'we only purpose to apply it on a sniall one. It was to ie expected' that the prin ,ipal SydnPy journals would furnish their readers wtli a full account of the opening of the Kinama Railway; and if it were less than full, it would hardly be worthy of those journals. A little anmusinlnt...
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 16 November 1887
MIEETINGS TO BE HELD. Protestant Alliance m'fns Nov. 2.. at 7.80. No. 1, T,,O.T,.. moers Df*., I. on 7.0. No. 110. T7.0.1.. Inente l)I. 5, at 7.?0. N1i. 77, T7,0.T.. n oe(la , f. I7. oi 7 p.n. ?0. 110. T,.O.T,.. meets 11?o. I.n ft 7nl l).m, Sons o . T .mporao, Not i . meets floe . I.1, ot 74J1.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 16 November 1887
Business Directory. KIADIA. RNOLD, MlISSFES, (E, & A.) Dresstnakoers , .A anning.etrtot. A-1, DI. WM., Phlysician laLt Surgeon, £ ~M arke t Square. ATILNSON, TI'HOS., uloilder, &o., Vine Cit tage, Dido.atrooeet. A Y^8A, AvXr ,; Nightmant and Carter, Man ARNES, WILLIAM, Horse bhoer & Gnerol Blnacketnitl, T'erralong-streot. SEVAN, W. J., Tailor, &c., Torralong B street. ROWN, tFRANCIS, Tinaitlh, &c., Terra long-street. ROWN, GEORGE, Nowes & Goeneral Agent, DTerralong-street. ULLEN, GEORGE, General Storekeepoer Iron & Tin Plato Workoer, Terrallong tt. AMPBELL ED., Boot and Shoo Makor, CAMIPBIELL ALEX., Anctiotneer, &C., Terra. long-st rest. HIIN, PLU lILEIIG11, Iloreso Sheer & Genoeral Bleackarnmith,Torrnlong.streot. HIN, MRS. P., Fruitorer, Manningistreet. ning-atreet. C L AWlc~~\: Beet ettd~Shuo Manker, Men OCKS, W., & CO., General Storekeepre, Alanning~atreet. OLEMIAN & XLOCKETT, Cordial Manufec ...