Elephind.com contains 10,234 items from Reporter And Illawarra Journal
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
THEY WILL NOT LEARN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 December 1887
THI(Y WHII, NOT IArlN. Too many dairynen do not; want to learn, L'They are set in extravagant, carhless ways of managonlont, unwilling to use their oyes to see thu leaks through which the pr'ofits are continually ooilg, Weo do lnot by any means always find it easy or convenient to tl.ake chatng.es to sometlllhillng wo Iknow to bo bItter. iutt hellro arLt' a feow rules of dairy ing that we ought' often to think about in the holpe tlhat the thought may someltiles larous us from lothalrgy, One of tllh?seo iules is that onily thli anmount of food giveni in Iexcess of lwhat is necessary to nilllntain thllo anlimnl hieat and r:epair the wnsteo of the inmus culle' lissi,, caln possibly be a souroo of it'olit ; and thalt t~lrufore thle mnore weo can inlducel a cow to eatl abo\veo tlhis, within safe litiits, th laIrger the margini of profit will lii, Anlother is thalt it is lcheapr to use honlards for slhielter thla to feod oxtra for tlie cold, Aiothtero lsaw is thlit evltry titus yotu ilius...
SAVE YOUR MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 December 1887
SAVi YOUIR MANURE. The great majority of farmers are wnaste ful of mnnure. Everything of a fertilising nature should be saved and utilised, Night soil, which contains more phosphate than any othler wasto on tile farm, or aroundl city or villago residences, is generally thrown ava'y and wasted, Coal ashecs, a valuablh fertilisle', are generally used for lilling Iholes in vacant lots or in making roads. Olosets shlould ibe so arranged that; the contents can he drawn outn and covered with coal asheos, plaster, inuclk, or dilrt; all theose substances are deodlonriser's, and combined with the nigliI, soil make valuable manlure, Coal aslhes alone arc good for tres, especially pluan trees, being a pretty sur'o proventii\e of the curculio. On old gardens theIy destroy angle worms anud grubs. On land used for cab. biages and tlu'rnips thely are especially value. able, Scittered freecly on ccutulibers and otlher young vines, they keep oil' the bugs, Thely are also good for ioenadow lands, spr...
CARE OF HARNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 December 1887
CAihiE OF IIA1iRNSS. Too little attention is paid to the above sul ject by the average farmer. Where there is one far'mer who attends to his harness properly, there are fifty who lot theirs go to wroeck and rain. Around the farm it is the general thing to seo the saddles lying on the ground, and the harness thrown over a rail in the stable exposed to all the dust and dirt. And the owner seems to prefer to drive around with a dirty, cracked harlness, and be at the exponso of buying a new set every year or two, riather than Ihe at a little troulle to keep his harness in good order, On every farm there ought to he a room to kceepc it in; a waggon or buggy house will answor the purpose, p)rovided it is apart from the stable, as the ammonia from the manure eats the oil out of thel leatheor, and tlhe result is that it becomes dry and cracked. In this clinmate if the harness is much exposed to the influence of the sun, it should be oiled at least three times a year, and the expense is smal...
NOTES TO FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 December 1887
NOTES TO FA1MERS, (From Mlurtin's Jlomec ard F'rm.) [TIE.siR items, we apprehend, are chieflly bor rowed from American publications.] IN·lltEDI.S( 1, Therel is a differlence of opinion among_ breeders about the proprietory of in-brhn domestic animals. I.t is claimed that of the hcst results over obtained in speedq- running and trotting were when there was closo in-brooding. Wheni real, genuine quali ties, with no defects, are found in any family, it is better to stick to thant family, and even inter-breed, tlhan to go to other sources. If you have the qualities you most desire in a family, those qualities are intensilied by inter-breeding, and after that more certainly transmeitted.
THE ADVANCE AGENT OF BURGLARS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 December 1887
THEl ADVANGE AGENT OF BUEGL AMS Tim following strango attelmipt to commit a hlurgliry is riltited liy tnhe. Mhlboourni A(i : '.L' prosenic of thicvs in Mlrs, IHn nsiion's hnlniding Ostailislhiniit, Parli iomit-plhce, E..sti'ii 11ill, inirly on Tlihursdny iorning, culsed t gritl sensiistinn ii tleo liousn; anidl nitliough it is suspectl ld lint onh of thli rob lir's was I lodg?ir who lhad (iigngi'd nlpr"t iinti s i(.ii pI'viouis nighli, hlo isuccedohd in ',lrtclcing his aoscanpo uniidl viny siigulliu cir cuiiistncicns. It aplpoars that, on W\\'d its duiy (ovniiig young nmn took a rooml in No 7. one of ll's. IiHnsoni's IhoussH, and ,stated at tli I lino tlchal;i h was an iurclitolot omnployed in llho city. His minner, Hid tlhu iljuiri?s lihe nimdi concerning thlo plucc, wnro not liklid by hlio landlndy, who states tlint shin wns sliglitly doubntful of hlin., ]H. inmaio an oixcus0 e for not prisonting hliinsilf at the cliiinn.r talhl, and was not soon till a Into holur in tli night1, w...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 December 1887
Snvvin'? will in nnInmlutOl, iN tim le.~ll C'hiiioli, on ?llf'Jll)" sll,,t Il ,?llnao h)1mn :- 1 lmlllm Invl|,no f"lllnw m l~ilnmn, un L 7.3 0 lin . '. ii. ]I. lioi.n, . ,Tlrn), It Ii, i0. 11 0nn,--ll0~ 11. 11. 1, l-,wo. _Ill lPI ]mo no . m ,:10 p.lm.-- llV. i. I '.limoJin. , el n , m r t, it 11 mi· m,--l, . , . Ow m' ii. C~rrimmmmlilmitohm ,oll. 90,(. 11. (ilimisimmie . Silmolm~mmlmo~ l mt11m1.llrjO·lilm
THE CONQUEROR'S RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 December 1887
THE o0NOJUERO1VS RITURN. Anour four years ago a humble, but truly honest, man left Wohongong, per steamer, for Sydney, unnoticed and unknown in any public way, and not much even privately, except by a few friends, chielly at Daupto. Yesterday morning, abolt i o'clock, tlle sallllle pei!'Ol retureed to \Vollongong, just as uioshcntatiously and just cas quietly, although within the iilterval lIe had secared world-wide r nowni for himself t Ve need searcely say tiat the ( an 111w11 e al lude to is William Bleach, After the most brilliant career as n oanrslian, that has ever falleni to the lot of any man in hisitory, Beach returned to his nati\'oe district yesterday miorning, as quietly and with as little assump. tion as if his name had neavor been heard of beyond Dapto. In order to avoid any demonstration on Ihis arrival here, he kopt tihe time of his return a seoroet as much as possible, and by that means managed to get home as quietly as Irhe desired. HIis buggy was waitin3 for him a...
ALLEGED STRANGE CONDUCT OF AN ENGLISH CAPTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 December 1887
- -- -~'-----C- - ALLEGECD STRANGE CONDUCT OF AN ENGLISH OAPFAIN. Sorve, outcry haIs ibeen raiced here, and diplo isatic action is even talked of, in connection with a strange story of the sea, whichl is related by a )Dr. Solter, of the Irenchl ship 1[einzalehl (says the London ],utv Tmal 5~i'nl?). Th'lis vessel, while going from Shanghai to Japan, became water.logged, and the captain M ~. Blane made signals of distress. An English. ship, tihe ( lenshiels ()onaldsol, mlastrl.), hove in ,agh; and prof. fered help. Mr. Donaldson is charged with havinl:g, for the sake of obtaining salv'ago money, imade M. 131lanc hand him over his ship, at tlherisk of being albandoned on the ocean. The French captain agreedi, and it is stated that the English sailors, under tlhe orders of Mr. Donallson's lirst mato, boarded thelo Meanzalehl as if she were a derelict, and laid their hands on everything that they couhl lind, even going so far as to break open the passengers boxes. It is also hinted that ...
The Kiama Railway [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 December 1887
The Kiama Railway. Tain, fallan lan li'(.lln aI'l" f rcdein?ld if rmn;t n ro'nrfl Iell t he t nit. naelaiv l iii ' nI ILhlll in ae nilel it( I nhn., I'eIatieHa Wnhlha1IIII~nl- " It fTit (1enavlh'I at. 7T), aiid eIiiOh(IcI C-liflon tt f7, 0. W tr",alhh, 'n' -hillh lnt 11th ,('niiehi ie*nrt an~q ? I'q m ih p.li e ni*ii'i',i I", tit train hlvi'i hall IlMP a tmuanfe' tlht?an'len in e?nli1il at InlO. niln S,'dney I'II'. 1lIa. e retain henin Ieavem Thle Poac ati ir,, M 1nal We fl , t:ll. time toageli to iipnnai? tm m?neo h Ctliflnn lot Mlllnn ,inl |t rinll ti n lle thaelL W iiiilllnill FO inll.ll li leaven linn iln t ?tl 1m. p.m,, Wioltimnngl 10, Inil (Cliftln lit l0.a?0. 'I'lio dowin I ai 1n hea, Chliflon alt. 11 Ill,.n, WIollon gnlg at. 11.47: ?nul e(achehs Mllt.nt Iait 12,0,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 December 1887
LONDON STOREES, EH Ej' __rs ll·: ' x~ rocers, D-raHpers, & Generg torekeepers. TAILORS AND DRESSMAKE_"RS. E]XTENSIVE FURNITURE AND IRONMYONGERIY DEPARTMENTS. A.lent? for UD nersal, D and Si-nger's Sewin! Main p . s. 30HRE BBIGHT & Q00,, UNVIVERSAL PROV1DERtS. H. H AY ES, Rliverine Patent Roller Flour Mills, Wagga Wagga. The " C"REAM of SNOW" Patent Roller Flozr is sold o1n its OWN MERITS. The QUALITY cannot be Excelled by any other Roller Flour in the Colonies. ONLY 1\MARKET PRICES CHIARGED. OFFHCE AID STORES, 231 SUSSEX-ST, SYDNEY., FLOUR, BRPLN, and POLLARD always on hand. 0 OAliS at JOHN WUlWlK S', Premier lliirso . ANT'I'ID, iinieodiately, LAD, nhabatl 14 IV v nrs of nio, nllo to read and writo, na approitico to tho printirg bmuinHl ., KIAMA RAILWAY ! GEORGE TORY B OGS to nnlllnollo thnt hit concloH will run for tll&lt; culevoyalnleo of pasenogllr'H hIitwoen Kionin and HlI Portolr'a Garden tnlliainah,, In lundtil lag IpaHOlgaor'n bI)y ltho ntllgoia tlnall...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 December 1887
DR, ,rJOHN '.. WTLS(N, 1.R.,O.S. ENO., L.R.O.P.E., L.M3. 1873, FR.O.S. ENO., 1875, &c., r ,' lat of ColliiB-streetl Eist Mceloiurne; nud TLonlon, Oonsultine af?d Operating Surgeon, "BRIGHTON VILLA." KIAIVIA, (Opposite Catholic Chapel) Ar IHTomE FOl OONSurL''ATIO : orniings, 9 till 2. Evenings, 6 till 8. THE R~EPORTER AbiD ILLAWARRA JOURNAL. PUI PlTTIETD EVERIIY WEDINES~DAY AND TA'I'UITD)AY WEDN"ESDAY, ])EOEM:BETL 14, 1887.
COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camdon Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 December 1887
0 0OZ M, 13 (IA L, Eouth Conut nnd W\st Cnmilon Oo.opol'nlivo Company (Limited.) .O l ., £Ll a., n, fnlltor, pr 1l] ........ 0 0 t lo 0 0 4 Iilon, tu'coud...... 0 0 ,1 0 0 4 Faolory .............. 0 0 0 0 0 7 1uint (haId cIro1) 0 0 (i½ 0 0 7½ Do.tr(Innachlinor?ur)l 0 00 0 0 (1i 1)(0 (hcvy & roulh) 0 0 4i 0 0 4 Ih nih (lrad cOur) 0 0 0 1 '0 0 11 o (~mcnhhlo ulrod) 0 0 (4 0 0 7 ,r, .................... 0 0 2 0 0 8 (Chouo ................. 0 0 2 0 0 ,i 1)ittan,Om() ......... 0 0 1i 0 0 1 li?t ,,livu.........,. 1 4 0 1 1A 0 (.'iv , eI .......... 0 4 04 118 ( Ilile , ou 'lb......... 0 8 0 0 8 0 0 (UnlIfhlin, ouch...... 0 0 II 0 1 0 '1JtIl)w,ler u ont I ..... 14 0 0 14 0 0 1l\iao, per IcchUl,., 0 ,4L 0 0 i 2 OCta (u(.Id)......... 0 2 I 0 02 4 Io, (f'eul)..... ... 0 2 11 0 2 '1 I'Liirloo ....,,,,,,,,, 4 10 0 43 0 0 F(,wI, l lr jlih,...... 0 2 ) 0 35 U ]JIIulckI........ ........ O II 0 0 4 0 OCiul,........,....... (4 7 0 0 8 i1 ''lmc huy, ........,,...., .... 80$ O' 01:3 EIp"plur ch...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 December 1887
A. I,'rsIctAI, plartl of thle business of the nlnrough Onuncil lately has consisted in thei process of dealing withl correspondenco ; ndrl the unfortunate financial position in which that ibody has been placed somenotimes Irentldors it nIcassalry to teturl'n answers. such as lno individual ongagedl in IItsinIess, and having a charncter to maintain, likes to give to his correspondents. W\int mIannie(r of commmu nications they are that requiro sitch answers, we need not specify. A long list of claimns whliclh migiht hle the sulljnct of suclI conllnti nicationis, was pIublishled in connection with ouli reoport of the riatepayers' Inoeeting ro contly held in Kiamta. At thle Ooutcil's mneetlilg on Thurstlday last, howevre', thero woere read two of thle titost agrosaltlo speei. mons of incoming cortiespcindeince that Ihave boon roceived for a considoeralo time, One of those was fromn the gentletmna who at at ptesenit fills tthe departtteliala oflice of rorid.superintendont in the districl...
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, TUESDAY, 7.30. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 December 1887
LATET TEL~CE+1APHiZO INTELLI GE3NCE., (FlOl0 o01 OWN CO(1lnSo1'ONDINT ) SYDNEY, TUISDY, 7.30. nla, ])rns is suing tile proprietors of the DAIlAY 1.Telenaru'l for £23,000, Tlhe stuilt is based on an alleged libel in Saturdlay's issue, The Mastor Printers of Sydney have fornwd an association. Thie Oice 1cBearers and Oomnlmittee aire provisionally elected, The Prmnier and lMr, Inglis roeturned to town from Newcastlo this morning, While there they worn besoiged with deputations, Sir :[. ]Parkos told a Lambton deputation that he did not think holdings in Govern 11nent land would be submitted to indis. clriminate niaction, Several seamns of good gas coal have been discovered near Oasino; also kerosene shale, London, Dec. 12., The Nelv YoIIj HEIhn\L says that anll nsgremnent on an entirely now basis rega'ding thle Oanadian Fisheries is hopoless: but the redefining of portions of tho treaty of 1818 may be possible., ThliitLy.four matohos are arranged for the next Australian team visiting th...
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 December 1887
"'11EET1NC!S TO E I.[ELI. Vrnt'»(nnl. Alllnin rowlt ,i* ]>ro. 21, it l.21). N..'i. .O . I, .).., initlsiin. ),u ii, . 7.:i1, Su. 11r., .0.1 ., .ll(.lH .III". *, nt 7.:l'l. No. 7, L.O... intola , , 1u. It. 1 7 I1.n. No. 140, L.O.l., lniiicit JOtl. 7, lt 7..(l 1i.i. Roa of 1Tcl'piniiello.' N.l , mact Inol. ])Ice. 1., tl 7.70.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 December 1887
Business Directory. KIIAlIA. ARNOLD, MISF.S, (1. & A.) D)rersmankoers aolnnig~,t reot. A Bll,, )t1. WM., Physciain nlnd Surgeo, Market quar'o. ATKINSON, TI(iS., Builder, &e., Vine Cottage, Dhdo-street. YAZA, AL[,X., Nighttin lland Cartler, alnl tinigH.litreCet. ' Al\NlIs, WILLIAM. Horse lahour & UtnoIeral Blncklmithl, Terraloltg-lr3et,. B3EVAN, W, J., ''ailor, &c., Torralong. Streat. I(.IWN, iFRANCIS, Tinaliti, &e., Trra Iong-strcot. 3ROWN, GEOIGE Nowo & Geoneral Agelnt STel ralong.?treet. iBULLEN, (lOI?tGl, Genolaln Stlorelkoolplerl B ilolIron & Thii linto 'lWorkor, Te'ralonllg.Lt. A3MI'1ILi,, li D., 1oot nud Shoo Miikeor, Mlniliiisf'rect. CA\- I-HIEg], ALE1X.,'' Auctioneer, c., Tor?s. • long-shreet. CHIN.I'LUML ?[t li , Iloilao Slhear & GeCiCel inhikumilth, Terrnhloig.sre, t, S HIN, hltS il P., F'unilorer, Mlaniiig-stireet. CLARIK, W.11:, Hoot and iShole Mkero, Mlnn nng-hee.Sro COCES, W, & 'CO., General lStori...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 December 1887
R·IE.L I C I 0 UJS. Divitno Pntriec nrIT n Ioniliwti~1 on1 Tommlly dWeCt inl tiI.. Tit. I mnmlaerm i('mimAmm'mngmnn. mIt 2.00 p~m. Til. ,oimn'n Cimmimoimi Cmnninyo) Purcni, II n.m.-Otm ~I~ol Tirlo''en nfll Tin cnmmmiiciii inl (lme Ci mmmri1h mit Ingbmnmin ,.u~-mlmoomn. mmln TliiiiiiiOVllll~ll~. mmI TiildStim~ f immni T 1in liolimo. 11. Cilmlmim, infll ImIvo~~~ .Tmmlmmmmmll~ln iii1 ii n~lm. Timoiimimblmlm~ul~ mt 7410 tIm.l
THE MEDICO AND THE POLICEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 December 1887
THE MEDICO AND THEI POLICEMfAN, lWrI\T reforoneo to a portion of the lotter izgnCd "Ohurhman," we hanvo boon oasked to ru pub lish tho followinvg pmaragraph ns p)rosentiig it RpOL'eiInCii of Wilat, nar a maIllttler of fact, may possibly happen in givon chile nstanoos.1 Notwithstanding thoe plrogress thant civiliRsa tionl hans indlo, thoro are still persons of suoh a morlbid toanporniont that their whole aimi in lifo appears to be to commit a bronachl of the tonth cnmnanilmoent. T'ie Inteut comoes from a littlo miining town up north, whero on pay Sn turdny ilts generally ldesirablo thlat the mon hors lof the "forco" should conscintiously dischargo their duty. A young Inedico in tho district beonmo nwaro of tho sel'unpls of ono of tlhoso conscientious meiobers, and froquoently onl ipay Saturdnay nvnilhd himself of theo opportu nity after the ihades of evenling had longthoned, to visit the homo of X blank.H Ils presonoo ap peared not unwelcomo to tilhe wifoe- whom'l one correspondlont ...