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LETTUCE FOR PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 November 1887
1ICTTUCI FOL PO10, The la Intest wrinkle for pigs is lettuoce. A prominent English breeder has tried it and speaks mlost favourably of its use, especially for sows and young litters, and it is said that they fell o0l' polreoptibly wlhen compelled to return to turnips and 'cabbages, and and one of the leadnlg papers 'recommends thalt it be given a fair trial.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 November 1887
TuIn "cavalry tournament," which was to havo boon held at Marsdcln Hiil on the 9th instant, has been deoferred to the 30th, when, it appear, the Governmlent is to Ib requested to proelnimi a public holiday for the district. Such, it appears, (though we cannot refer to any advertiacmentn in our own columns furnishing such an announceu moint,) is the program ndopted by tlhose con corned in promoting this creditable and in. itoresting oxhihitiion of personal skill and dcldress, of soldiership and horscmanship, of proficiuency in the use of the lanne and sword, Voe cannot hope to say anytlhing that would abato thle equivocal but widely spread ox cit?eont that is conneictod habitually with the institution of horse-racing; Inut to a healthy public tasto thero should be, we opine, no comparison between the intorest and attractivcnoess of a rac.-meoting, and tihat ofa weli condcucted cavalry tournament. Tho latter, 10o doubt, appears to those of ti! younge ne gnnration among us to be an:ove...
EGGS AND THE ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 November 1887
EIGS AND TI'IE AII''S. IEggs arec used largc!ly in the arts. Al bulman is made from thu white, and egg oil from thu yollks. 'lhe egg oil is used for oil ing egg leather anlld wool in the evoollen. mills. Then tl here o aro gg pomade, desic cated eggs, a1d preserved eggs '(for tanners' use). Egg albumen sells in F?ralnce at the rato of threco shillings per pound.
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 November 1887
LOCAL AND DISTEIOT NEWS, 'll?re Right HIon, W, II, Dalley i sttedrl to ire still in a very low and procariouas etate of hielth, ?he. WooD, pinnoforto tunerreprleeOoutih? tihe lirn of, Pali?lg nil UC,., will bo il Kinana aboirt hl fio rt nrXtl IIiiiiiontIIh. Anonria performanco by tho Kiama Dra maeie Club fur a bonovolent objoot is announced to takro place at Albion Parlk. Tnrll ilanul?l colncert at the School of Arti, Corrinlgcag, for Foxground chbrol prizes, has booin postponed till Frilday, 2t25h irstanlb, OGAN, conruvrt at some placo oni Decombor 2 for re.onorinlg chaecel of St. Gceorge's thmroh. A. importlrt imoioting of the Soiu tl Coat and West lamilidon Cooperative Comiipiny, in which many of olur ,redors ia a lreIady con. cnorlnt, is i;o bie hold at the Tomperance llall oil Tlii'hrday naxt. Tnl line along whllc a uidg? of on'alh was IniLly loft in f'ront of oerhalin ?ihO?p )In wor Mlanning-fllhl-lafro IIhi, w b(ocimo hllollow whiclih tho ronext oensidorabla raini will, doutl...
SELECTING A DAIRY COW. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 November 1887
SELEOOT~ING A DAIRY COW. In seloctinlg a dairy cow, thie most impor tant point is a good constitution, Indicated by large lungs, stomnnobh, and digestive capa city. Slhe should comec from a good milking family, thie yu should be iright, muzzle broad, nostrils thi and large, chest; and lips broad, legs flat, udder broad, milk veillns large, anid lhead small.
THE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 November 1887
THE: nAIL'VAY.* [A'r the roquest of Mr. COanmero, the tmeulhor for this elect)orato, we Ipublish the Pidlilwitg commiui icatiotn ldrsseald to hih ono behldf (of tl Mitiistor for WorksH. \We ).ust coofess we did itt 1otriV that peopleo hero 1had taken ilarm'I at anl thhlig MlI. Suthelh d ihad aidid ; nor' co wiu discover that there was any occasionl flor such a foeling. \Vo wish tiher' wero as good reason for satisfactionl with o'ey'ything cooncted a with thel railway as withl tihe tenor of Mr. Suther halnd' reply to tlhe deputation] : ])epartl'enat of iblih, Wiorkhs, t i ' Ii leyt I 11th N"otetllot'l. Lest'. mcnri+,llr~l'-?r . ,Jltlthorlnllt ld)lot;!om~ t II P l'IRI 'I I I iil H'I1tlll' diby's ]h'citdl to ho otll'ot ll1 tle 111o fellto of (il licll ha\' talio t r IllIaI'IIt c t nII t IItc i'etlirkst of tits to tl (ic tItpltlii o onl Fi ltac Ist reloti"e to tie icoictrict lio of ihtcritilwh'ay to. Sihoillhivei YOII' peollloe lIUist htiivo tlltlistlllcr toitoIl his rlul,',': nid, i+. ...
JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 November 1887
JAMBEROO. IT iR ngreonhlo to find snoilthing to say nlnut tlho fictmli wlhioh coinmmoncel oprtnliotn this: woek nt Wnughopo--ilf only 201 r' ellcoucrg'if/C''re., unre--to nogoncourgo otlior, 'ThI qnllltity of hlutlor olhinh, so far, tli fauitoi'y lnH turnoil out dnily is alioit six lIIIIlTro(l' woilht ;: 0 dl of tih, qRln ity, of coirao, thlero colh boio nio qtlolion,. I ino o nnothor iiolp?tlini this morning (Frildy), anll it isl i>gl'roOiblI o Ko IIdown tilr'i i' id Itotioo how ovorything nppon'ra to got oil., At n propui' dlitiitnuo firoin thio fnlory is nin ont'roinly nont and' Comfortfblo lokin?li row of piIggriU moioro tlinn n lildrod aonil tllirly I'tet ill tkugllth whero thi pipg sooin to Iel mioru oivilisod live\' thlnl pooplo oe their (idsoriptlion nro uiiiinlly ncons toinild to. Thle nrr'nngumnonts for thloil' out-door ouvr,'liHsn nro not yirt corlpletodi , lul prohlably will I n hlrIi . Ml . .1II, II'II h iI , biy so n1110 llit iahlo nagrooiion.t with' tliu dirootor's...
SHELLHARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 November 1887
(PBotI olT, oura.- ,vouna'r,) (ti),,'0tiaM Oi~il, C Ii ,diONIflI',NT) ON Wotlnondany niight thIu Shollhiiahoii' Arman lure' MliotrH Iohl nl oniito tall intllllllll in thi ''oIap'oran'c Ha]ll. T]o'i oajoect o' wlnoih wna to rinli ma Ilnadltono nmld realln fori tho grnvo oP tih Into Jliiohn Maonaghl n who, 'or tho hliro hI, ivh l hIoro, won for hilimislt h(oti oa ioInmbH niiil adIiilrnr fotr hIa qlliOt nlllnaaHIIIl g ninaiini IIIIid ;atriilghft'orwamn'IioI, ThIU a won thi)' wann nimy. thim blit slitalhlO hI.t iiOvirtholoUna aI go(Ml )11111 wan rnoilor,--.Hiniothhlig lika £7? hlhin tiie amlinIt., 'liho proigriiinno uonlnumollul withli tihu oeurtluro liilr'y Qmioon .ii n lp then u folnlowit th( uiiaiil gil , & .0, aii H oiiiliiiiti aO Iig, (? i mlli bank to Ei, ]iI, by? Mu' L)ettllllor; ii, I, (J.Om l dahunk,, ai aoll n " Ilnnmih, iow'a Yi'ii' 1 i"i " Out tjauk Jan, '' tiy Miastoi'r . \V, Iima k Vpann manug vmry wavll; Iri'. '. Fauwink, oniibni " '' Konim Kiummi '' folluawed by ...
CURING BACON. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 November 1887
OUtING A.LCON. To ensuro sweat, iue lasoon, time litchels whan heingll cured slhould not Ie sopped, as it wore, in brine, T'his is sure to impart tihe ausceous taste tIht so, pork has. Fresh, dry salt must Ihe used, whlich slhonul he re. nlewed lo'ery four or iver(l days, y placing thho litches inl a salting trough witch has a gutter round its (d(,s In tdrain away the Irine, the bacon will Ioe kept dry, and al. though inmre salt will be used accordling to this metitod, tim r'tault will be luuch mort' satistiatory tihan the wet proqess, ]Rusti ness is soemithitess occasioned hy Iacnn being over'smoked, or by being left too lnug haing. ing in tiet air. DBefolti hantging iaonn up for smiokinig, it is wvell to lay it on thi floor anlld scatter the Ilesh part pretty thickly over with bran, which if wvil I pnttud down upon it, will kee!p lthe simok fomu gottluing intn tlhu littlet openings, ail will make, a sort of orlus t to iii dried on. After being well cured, Ianon tiny ie keplt gool ...
A FARROW COW. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 November 1887
A rAIIIoW Cow. A falrow cow is one!Il that has passd tllhe lheavy flow of miilk that follows dropping of thei calf, and continucos two, tlhro., or four months, aftvr which thno it will gradually diniiish, though alowly, if thl cow is not ngain wilh calf. It is possiblolto kleop good oows milking, two, thln., or como, years if they can lie kolt frocm Iiodcling, and theIl milkt will iuncoras in richness as it dimin ishalt ii quantity.