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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 December 1887

CORRESPONDENOE. TO TILE tIIOTOR. RIr,-I will thankl: you if you will publish my lettr which appearedl in the Independc?t t ( little aliteorod froln the origilnal, porllap with the in toention of improving it,) altlhough I fool thank 'ful to the propritolor of thue nde endent for pub lislhilg it a l ho dlid, as hle doeos evorything else , hich lnffals publio interests from a desire to do justice to everoybody. Yet ho does not fool ns I do, having no occnsion to feel disatisfiod with his own chulrchpeople for the lukowarm niieas which our church people always display in all maitters, which affect onoleach others ilorests, hence ily wish to have it published as it was. Silr,--l lhavo roiad all tho correspondence in lhaoth papers nlately, nd Ilava Ioon watching thlo courao of ovrnts closely. Newspaper corros i'oionc proper, as I unitderstand it, is ittondod 0o instruct or' aiinoe re'aders, IhIt I tllik wheoit it desceoids to th leveli of persoial nlbuse, it loses its leofulnss, nrd will...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 December 1887

QUEENSLAND, [13v AN OLD KIAMA ]Bo.] Ai'r?c spending a few wooeeks in Itook hampton, whero 1 rondo the aicqaintiLace of Oaptain, Moore, of the barque Scottish Prince, (who had just landed snoe two or throo hundred imnmi grants,) I took steamer for Townsvillo, I was fortunate in securing a borth on tLhe homo mail stoamer Normanhy, whioch was manned by a Ohineso crow, The night we loft was very dark and stormy, so much so that before we had proooded very far the captain thought it wise to drop anchor, We woro off again at daylight. On the second day we passed through what is called " Whitsunday Passago," a part of the ocean that is dotted over with small islands, We steamed in and out among lthose beautiful little islands for a wholo day ; overy now and again a numbeor of blacks would come off in their small canoes to inseoot us, bringing with them shells and coral, and receiving in return tobnoco and broad. When we reached Kseppol Bny I hlid to any good-bye to Canptain Illis and took ...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 December 1887

"ROUGH ON IAThS," Clcars out into, mnice, roanctco, flien, Into, ied-buson, booties, tIIueets, knksiiiHI, -I ck-anbbilts, julsraOWns, gopIhrIIn, At l'ilrtlists Mll~l dI11gg sts. " IIUOHU4-'ATfIA, quishk, roniiphto cure, ofl uIIUIoytIi Ithitiy, Itinser ou V'rshssry Disneasen. At. shisiuitntn aitid ugitt, Moses Alon. athd Co,, Ageunt, Sydney. WELTLS' fAIR BALtSAM. If nay, restores to orttnisn colour, An elegant drshsing, nofteins i taeotithe. No oi lnors gerease, A'otste Ihestor ottyr. topo knitt' comittg out; otreitgthseus, cleheoti, tireat isroip, SHINNY MEtN. "Weltt' hIrnlttI Ihenewer" restores teailtha and, stgr, oss'Rs Iynia'pohsiu TuiliusteneeC, hexuIs u Iletittty. At ceseusotn aIihd drts'gglssntn ese More st atdl Co., AgetstOt Syidtiey. 1IhOUGHI ON PILaiS." Whsy suffer Pitesn Ihmeuleisto rettef und complteo cure plearatstee't Ask for " Ihought ott I'ileo," Horn euro fur tellitg, protrtittg, blheeing, sr nity fors of Ihesn, LONDON STORES, 14 ,,,,R T .OMP EH Grocers, Drapers, &am...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 December 1887

LATIEST TELEGRAPHIO INTELLI GENOE, (FROM OUR OUR OWN COIIRRS'ONDENT ) SYDNEY, FRIDAY, MTR..,JotN HAnt has has been elected mayor for the centennial year, Sir IH. Parkes .lqaves here for Newcastle to-niglht, returning on 'Monday evening. In the match Shrewsbury's team versus home team, which commenced at noon to-day at the Association Ground, the latter won the toss and hIave scored 116 for seven wickets, the scoreis being-B?annerman, 4; M'Donnell, 13; Allen, 12; Hiddlestone, 3; Turner, 13; Richardson, 2; Garrett, 7; Moses, not out, 56 ; sundries 6. Judge Dowling is ill with over work, The committee in connection with the ITanlan testimonial benefit is formed. £200' has been subscribed. Lator.-Home team are all out for 140. London, Dec, 7. It is reported that the powers forming the triple alliance have dispatched a joint note to the Russian Government asking an explanation of the massing of troops on the Austrian frontier. \lr, Roikes is about inviting the Austra lian colonies to agr...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 December 1887

W SLTEAN, FPrrilaa will bp, 'nndlut,'d In tllo WVenlyoya Clelu, oan 8lungny nnxt. ann fllone'. T7iann, at 1 1 n~n.-dir. WV. Corflnrd. Tltlmaa, at 7.21 pan.-Rim. I. ii. Riwer. n.Tamhrrn, at. It ama.-Mr. 1. A. A nomelrvlle'. .Tnmaiarra, at 7.30 p.an.-Mr. .1, (irahiini, OdIi Place, at 2.10 ptan-Mr. i. A. Ro'mtrvlllC. tIorlnlang, .Ii a~mn.-llm.i'V.. (i. Il. ilamaanl. (lrriangani, at. 7.0 p.m.-Mi". W, Cortaurd. ] axuraiimid, at 11 an. a-TM.1. I.11, linmca, fiallhlmnhaiir at 11 n.tn .-Mr. TV. Caia. hllwllluuirlhaar, at 7.20 pi0.-llev. . Ri. (ilaaon. Divina arylicn at. Mr. Nnbe',', oaddlealai', on Siindao ,ý c t ly 21ev. R. Ii. ama'.

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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KIAMA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 December 1887

SKIAMA BOROUGH COUNOIL. T'un Counoll mat on Thurday, ar quorum hoing formnod shnrtly buforo noon, when thuro wore lroAont--tho Mnyor, and Aldormon King, 0ola, Slanunona, Frudorioksa, and Oraig?. 'Tho minuton of the proeoding meeting woro roand and confirmnod, The outgoing onrroupondonco wno irond, na ulldor-L, To Mr. G, A. Roahbnolh, on tho con diticon of thu doviation at Push ]Bank, stating thnt by on ollicin lottar from thu Rloads Du. piartlmelnt thlu Coouncil lhad looui.n asurod thant thu wvorlk of mntalling that line would bo nl no) undartakui, andl that thoy had ruenon to boliuo'thl'nFthoru wasn ai nst of £100 or :,50 avaihi)blo fur thu purpoHo; roquosting slno to bo informnod if thu workl woa Ilkoly to bu coin. Inonloud oon. 2. Tol, tihe ]hulli I'rogroH Oliln mittoo, to th ofluoc thalt Omncloll would bh lhaplmpy' to on-oplrato with thorn in obtalining bhttor railway lrralingemOlonta, ihon it wash nown whlat l ops the comnlittoo propomuad to tite for the purl)IoA. 3, 'To Moecra...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 December 1887

CONGIIEOATIONAT, CIIUIIClT, GERnlNOONO. Thel. lev. . .HeClglhvay OondiuctH RerCleen every B ndRty a follo6ws: (lIeTingoing, it 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. 'lio pvilitor requeii.Ol 1ll the vArints ely'men of the d tritll ti fo'lwrdl nlroutnceilnlt (if iwrviceg to fe hell flrolll ime to time lin their cluroles, witelio notleCs will il nill Cnioa be itIsulcrtd grmti.1

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 December 1887

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. MtlusioAr.--1Mr. Alfred Wood, piano tuner, will shortly arrive in Kiama. See advt, T'ime articles of agreement for thie Kemp. Olifford mntch have been signerd. Tie race is for thlle champinnship annd £200 a-sido, and will lie rowed on tihe Parramatta course on the 110h of February, next yanr. We invite attention to the arlvertisement nn. nlllouing that an evening's performance of Mr. Estron's entertainment entitled " Unclo 'T'om'lll l'nbin." will take place on Vodlnoeday next. We undlersnlo in that the performances of this comRpany are well worth attention. TIIE nrlvorlisnrl publin nerntings in conies. tiol with the Weilnyan Foreigna Mission have lihesn hold durinig the present mo nth, vie., on the 51Lt, i11t, 7th and 8th at Sholllarhotur, Ger. ringonne, Jamboroo, and Kinmn, nndl were on the whole very suecessful. Last evoeling tlhe Rev. .1. Cliflon's lecture on Foolish Diol, tlhe Pilgrim Proncheor," was delivered in the Was. levan Churchl, nn wis fairly wel...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 December 1887

I~Idloul~l~nvyu' OIINl~lt 111120 rdll,1lIVIUIIJUIIL IIOIII~ l JI JInot, Iuoi'1 Pl'iri cllar tullul oo'ulu iI ~Iioy fili I Iruolugl (IIIIIII IioIlU rotiuriu5'ly ill 1111 1111111 I 11111 liluliH u11 (uI~IuJIllllI Olljullln~rllO II 01 1101'(1 jlut8 I1ii l lI\II/J nlf. olll~llg iuo'~ ujxuIuuLH hn tubH uxOP./ luul(olluIlll~lul hr Ilnll Illul~l unlP 1111100inl JI~'llKIb IIlIl0411 1) I lt ULI' I llIII IIlululPl lurlUIY uu 121011/1U 0. ru~r l lrlcll o 111 11 1 (1 11100 I IiuciuI llh' cllllhl, Iii Io 11111l: f 11 l ic i 10111rl Iloll o.i 1 the1111 hot1ly l I A CROSS BABY. Nothling is so condurtive to a man's remaining a bachelor as stoppiig for one niclt at the house of a married friend, and being kept awake for live or Pix hours by the crying of a croes haby. All cross and crying mbaies nceed onl Dr. Snile's American Iap flitters to nmaVi'dlfemi well and asmiling. Young man, remeonbl,' thie. " Traveller." FEES OF DOCTORS, The fee of doctors is an item that veiy mu persons are inlorested in ...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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The Kiama Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 December 1887

The Kiama Railway. Tillr: Iat llto In h1lo pieco of enlidclrod informantlon reardpnnl inlr eio mllooy irnilrlrnollltH illnv io uroftll to oilao of our r'nlrn :!-T]iO olln trIl'ut nllOitll I' i a illn')tl)oila tIvaO Kolllnlo nt, Inlm.. rearitte Wnlloniognlo nt. i.t7 (Iovlllni il 7), nall renrtIo Clifton iat 7.6n., 'Watrifal. for wlitrli polnl tlne ooaol altirl t eon Knor tho iIRII.rtIt bi.v 1»t10 trnel" holnei hl tinrn to t hrnenfr tlimralvor , tI roladi nt. ln.10.0 ndl fRi'dny' Hitt 11.15. ThI|P rtalm tamin leaves Syilnoy itl .0,. oald Witerfal ltn.nn . Tl'e conoli i mil)|lool to rcnel ntolltat n p.m,, nndl tho trairi to get. to Wollonuntl" ait 1.45. and to 1¢{trnmn at 7.0r, Oin Sotaillnv thoi slaetal lnitn for tillt (li Inver KII1no . ., Wolarcn g at In, 1, n Clifton at 10.50, Tl lo dowl itrain loave Cliftol at 11 pm., W11ol -1 gong at 1..t7: and lraolaice. itlltat at 12A.).

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHELLHARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 December 1887

SHELLHARBOUR, WA'ntr ltn.-Although we hlave had some ox coodingly warm days latoly, it can scarcely be said that thoe weathor is quito ottled yet, Someo of the older reoidlcnts of this district will remeombor that in former years summer Not in in Soptemnbor in reality. Biut of lato ycars we cannlot dUepend on anything like a fixed state till aftor Christmas. 'The hills and valleys are boautifully gruon, and water in abundahco ; in fact, wto are saiilng along nicely, as wl noearly always do, like the good and liberally disposod puoplo thliat w aro. N?NuW N,iu" volt 'rtin Cor,oNr.-I thinlk the Govoernmenot has boon m)ost unfortunate in chosiiv "Australia " t tlhe now name for the colony. For mty lpart I think theo nmo by which it has boon klnowni for this last century tought to be continued. If wo are going to chango its name lot us call it Cooksland. The choir of St. Paul's Church have boon natively practising for ta isaord concort and or gan ruoital, which is coming off next MondayI...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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AN AUSTRALIAN INVENTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 December 1887

AN AVSTR ,LIAN INVENTOR. ON.s of the English telegrams mentions the death of Mr. Ridley, the inventor of the reaping machine, The notification is of more' interest to South Australia than to the other: colonies, andl carries the memory back to the early days, It is said that Colonel Gawler, the earliest Governor, condemned everything north of Adelaido as unlit for agriculture, and declared that wheat would never grow on the plains. Practical farmers soon showed that he was mistaken, but in the midst of their success they found themselves con. fronted by another difflioulty, They could grow the wheat easily enough ; the trouble was to got it reaped, The colony in those days was was shorthanded, and though the sickle figures very prettily in English rural poetry mof the last century, it was found to be a very expensive tool in the hands of an Australian labourer working for wages, The farmers were at'their wits' end to get their harvest in at a cost that would leave them a profit, It ...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 December 1887

1)R. JOHN 'S. WTL'W)N, ,M.R.O.S. ENn., L.R.O.P.E., L.M. 1873, F.R.G.S. ENx., 1875. &c., ''l At of Colllii-strcet Vast 7melbourno; andl Lnndnn, ConsultinR and Operating Surgeon, "BRIGHTON VILA." KIAMA, (Opposite Catholic Chapel.) AT HIOM Fon 0o0NSUTATInN : Mornings, 9 till 2. Evenings, 6 till 8. THE REPORTER AND ILLAWARRA JOURNAL, PUIILISInD HFVEIiR WIDNFIRDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1887.

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MILITARY BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 December 1887

MILITARPY ALL., ON Wdeednesday evonlg tlo military ball which hlnd boon duly announced and was thlle objeoot of much pleasurable anlticoipation, took plas.0 Gathorings for similar purposes havo not hero toforo booeen rare in Kinia; but whatever amount of gratillcation they may have afllrdud to those who attoended thoemn, thero is probably little risk in saying that scarcely on any pro vioue ooasion, if at all. has the ontortainmento boon thesoubjeot of so much tasteful and olabo rate prepanration, or afforded so muchli variedr plenaure, The comnittoo, whoso exertions wore crowned with so much succoess, consisted of the following non.coilmissionod olloors alnd privates of tmlloe Kfiama Rifle Corps, vi : Cnlour. osergoanut Williams; Corporals Cousins & Sharpo; Sorgoents Filnlayson and Lowlsa; ]'Privates Pike, and Armstrong, The scene of the gather. ing was the Tompeynnoo Hall, tho only build. ing in Kinma at present avnillile for such purposas; and it mnay be remarked in peing...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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ON THE MAKING OF TEA. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 December 1887

ON THE MAKING OF TEA. WVAnCr the teapot, either by putting it near the fire or by pouring some boiling water into it. If this be not done, the infusion of tea cools too quickly, and fails to extract a due amount of the soluble ingredients of the tea. Take fresh spring water and boil it, and the instant that it boils pour the boiling water over the tea placed in the warm tea pot. We are informed that professional tea.tasters are very particular to use only water which is freshly boiled. It is too often the custom to fill up the pot from the kitchen kettle which has been boiling all day, and from which all the carbonic acid has been expelled. Flat water of.this kind does not make good tea, Lot the tea stand for eight minutes, and then pour the infusion off the exhausted leaves, If the tea is to be consumed imr mediately, it may be poured out into the teacups; but if it is to be kept hot for a long time, it must be poured into another vessel, and on no account be allowved to stand (cov...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 December 1887

WHittx it was resolved that the Egyptian Government should no longer attempt to retain military possession of the region which of late has been loosely designated by the name of the Soudan, a question remained as to the most politic method of disposing of those ports on the Red Sen, which furnished the medium of commnmrcial ittercourse with the interior, and from which the slaves canp tured by the Zehohrs and Osman Digmnas were shipped for the ports on the opposite coast of the Red Sea, and other parts of the Mohammedan world. The freedom of the slave.trade was, indeed, a principal ingredient in the more general freedom for which the insurgents had taken up arms. Suaklin was the only one of these ports which the British Government determined on retaining in their own hands: but there were others which, when British and Egyptian garrisons wore withdrawn, might be. the sultject of some anxiety as to what might take place there. One of these was the port called Mlassownh, in the tenure...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 December 1887

MEETINGS TO BE HELD. Proteatnnt. Alliance meiiekt Do.. 2, nt 7.50. 'o. 19. .O.TL.. meets .Tan. 3. at 7..0 No, 11. T,. . L.. meets .Tao. 2, at ?.70. 'o. 77, TL.O.T,. mes .Tan. 4. nt 7 p.m. No. 40. L.O.TL.. meetls Tl. 7, t 7.3( p.m. SOIA of T?ompeooll, NOu. 27, mwIao D)ec. 14, at 7.20.

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 December 1887

Business Directory. IKIAlIA. IINOLD, MItSSIC,, (I. & A.) Drressaakers ,lan uing.-ot root. AIAI', Ult. \ViL, l'Physitcian and Surgoon, M larket Sqnaro ''KINSON, TIIOS., Builder, &c., Vine SCottuage, Dio-steot, AY?AZA, ALEX., Nightuo.n and Carter, ;Man. lningtroot. JAINIKS, W'ILLI A M.I Iorse 5lhoor& GU(neral . D Blncknith, T'Irraollog-st re?t. "BIEVAN, W. J., Tailor, &c., Terralong street. BROWN, FRANCIS, TinUmith, &e., Terra long-street. BROWN, GE011GE, News & General Agent, B 'lerralong-street. BULLEN, GEORIGE, General Storekeepoer' B Troll & Till Platlo orkor, Teiranlong*st. CAMPlILIt, El),, Boot and Shoe Maker, Mannitg-.street. I AMPII'lLL, ALEX., Auctioneer,&c., Teurra. long-street. CHIN. IPLUMLEG, II, Horse Shcer & General Blackenith, Terralong'street. CIHIIN, MRS. 1'., Fruiteror, Illanningletieat. C LARK, WAI., Boot andShoul Maker, AMan ning.etreet. COCKS, \V,, & CO., Geneoral Stoellokeepers, Manni...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 December 1887

rIIESBYTEfTAN Cf pnrvicnv nallh renltielid n Iii Pliii Prrrl1rytrq Chu on Rfrnrlsy neIt liy Roy. J. Wiliiin in fiilloivii .Tniietbon. 11 iin.mi. lfinia, it. :11n p.M. Kiiunn. at 7.1( p.m.

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 December 1887

REL I 10 S. C)Tl1RC1I OP HOTA ). Divine vreior wvill In. cnnwlnotnd on Rttndav nest in the. Thvrvli d of Engla ndo Cimrobea by the Rev. J. II. l'riee, in follow..: Chi~Nit (i',irei. li'iern, at it ao.m librlu t. Churclh. at 7.30 pml. 81I. Georn, Gerrioagong, at 2,30 pi1n. 10errvipee will ihe ennonltnl In tie. Cieuvib of Tugifild 3nritinrn,. nreal Mliesleo1,eur, on ho.dmay next, by ill. Rev. I1:. (3etofoel, all follinien ti.llinrvnin', nt. I1 n.m. Jienbevo at 7.30 pmn.

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