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KIAMA CORPS, 2ND REGIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 December 1887
KIAMA COOSP, 2ND RGEGIfENT TnlU following is the result of the musketry classification of the casual equrnd of the above corps, which took place on Wednesday last: ,Ap. lot Cnd rd Clanssification, P'orlml. Period, Perlnd, Pt, Annstrong, J. ... 8 ... 58 ... 41 ,,, nl.r1rkmena, , Arnold. W. J ... 47 ... 13 ... 44 ... let Class, . Flint, W . ... ... 48 .. ,,. 41 ., , I rralarn, G0.... ... 48 ... 28 .. 41 ,,I l, Fln?, J. ... ... 411 ,, 31 ., 4 .,, ,, D ]llelillrs, A .... ... 21' ,,, 47 . 2,. ,11.,. Qlc Oll a]H,
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 December 1887
MEETINGS TO BE HELD, Protetant, Alliance meoto Dc.1.21. at7.30. 'Noo. 1". L.O.LT, meelots Jan. 3. tt 7.30o No. 11ti. L.CO.7T,.. moetn.Ta.n. 2, at 7.30. No, 77. L.OL..'n.cetR Jon. 4. at 7 p.m. No. 14ln. L.O.Lt.. :nome Jn. ?7, at 7.30 p.m. Sona of T lempemne., No. 27, moots Dee. 28, at ?.30.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 December 1887
Business Directory. KIAlIA. ARNOLD, MTIb81SE, (L. & A.) Dressmakere S i alinilg-eleroet. AS1iti, )it. WM., Physician anil Su'rgeon, Market Square, A'l'KINSON, Ti1OS., ;nillher, &e., Vino - i Oitage, Dido-streeot. AYAZA, ALEX., Niglihtmn and Carter, Man A nings.treet. A UNNEIC, WILLIAM, IlorHe bhhoer& (inieral Bilnckltnith, Teorralonig-strset. B1? VAN, W. J., Tailor, &c., Terralong street. BROWN, FRANCIS, Tinamith, &c., Terra long-street. BROWN, GEOBGE, Nows & General Agent, 'Tcialong-otroot. BULLEN, GEORGE, Goneral Stnrekeepc!, Iron & Tin I'late Worker, 'l'erralog-st. C(AMI'IIELL, ED., Boot nud Shoo Maker, ' ltning-st reot. c?AM mPB L, ALI';X, Anotioneer, &c., Terra. long-iBlreet. CIIIN.PLUMTIE,[G I, Iloro SBheer & Goeneral n Blnckmnih, Terralotng.slreet. pHIN, MRS. P., Fruiterer, Malnning-street. CLAII, WM., Boot and Shoo Mnaker, Man - iin g.etreet. COCKS, W., & CO., General Storekeepers, Malnning.atree...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 December 1887
DR. JO-IN 'S. WILSO()N, M.R.O.S. Ena., L.R.O.,P.E., L.M. 1873, F.R.O.S. ENo., 187?, &?o., Inte of Collin,-street EnRMt ellournoe ; ald Tlonlon Consulting and Operating Surgeon, "BRIGHTON VILTLA." KIAMA, (Opposite Catholic Chapel.) AT HIOMt Fon OoNsuLTATrIoN: Mornings, 9 till 2, Evenings, 6 till.8, THE REPORTER AND ILLAWARRA JOURNAL. -o PUBLISI?HED EVERY WEDNERsDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1887. Lond and Lady Garnnrvon.arrived in Syldneoy on Tuesday, and are now guests atCGovornmnent Hoeso. IlototowAY's Pns.--Eansy Dinsation.--Thesne admirable Pills cannot he ton highly appreciated for the wholesomo power they exert over all dis. orders of the stomaelh, liver, bowele, and Ikidneys. They inlstanltaneolnsly relieve and steadily work olt n I.thorough o?uro, and in its course dispel henad ache, bilionsose, flatulence, and depression of spirits. Itis wonderful to watch the daily im provemeont of the complexion, as Holloway's Pills purify the blood andl restore ...
The Kiama Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 December 1887
The Kiama Railway. Tno followino ltle tlonc o?. of rondenbnu infbmtfion rirnld Ino the mllrot ?y rtlrrmrolFll Iton r llonfl tt To ono of our r?ndpr:--The onn *riui ollolinrliv nvo lltlbbo Ieg Tnl o illi nt n.,o.. eroeutui? rllongto ~ t,7. IhnruRl,' ilt 7)i. awl PRnChrt Clifton nt 7.00. WVtcrfubi. toyr whhbo bh pnlndt tbh conch slnrtl Mo soon o no fb' puIOlIIooo'r iV 0IV tutotrl IrIvc Iini ltmn to trnnofvr thvuniovbv, to rvlrilc nol I10.20; llnd fyulIv'1V t, 119.S. 'rho reblrn troin Imbr, O? 'vlonv nt 2.5. ooil Wtorfhnll nth..0, r. The cnnIh t ro':uoed to romrbi (ifloon t Si a m,, and tho train to itt to W?bllononnur ft 0.4, nml Ito K?innn m t 7.)0. On Sotnubl?v tho opeohl, trnln fnor b11. dliv Igovn t nui7n nt R5he n.o., Wollnmong nf.t 10, no1 Clifton ot 10.50, The dowotrotii ? ornro Cfton at 11 p.m,, Vollono gong ot 11,47: nnd ronicbos I(ltmn 0t 12.00.
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 December 1887
..... t ',ING3 '0 I?IE I1,Pl. FI'orRonlf·~m \llzlnc`F nl*F'l Dr~c. ?I n! 7.00, v,~. Ih. t.O.1 .hlt?h I l.1 If, a . 7.1(. Alu A. V. tiue pl u to m u V uidn y cr? n lug n t I kIxl.? ]Jte. 2 8 td, I j t 8 8 NIo. 117,. LO . .11. uuuoetut jutt, uItS 7.7I0. N uo. r7 . .o.l... uIju t .lu u .. 1 11 . u, 1117 lu .m tfuo. 14(u. 7,0.1.., tulolt ,u lut. 7, rut 7.u'., I .ffi
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 December 1887
AU1N ISS, W1LLIA Ni, Ilotio bloo&O6: l~lauktimith,, Terralong~str~0tj Ev\ANT,w.·J,, Th'ikr,&6c., Torl firet flOWN, FRANCIS, TintznitIi, &e., Tar long.street. TlOWVN, GEOIRGE,Nowe & Gnarnl Agent 'l'erralong-otreet. , ULLIN, G(EORGE, Gonerl Storekeepol, Iroll & Ti 'in Plto Workor, T'erralollgut. 0AMP1, IWI, ED., Boot anud Shoe Makeor JManning-Rtr.t . 1,AMPBI'LILJ, ALEl., Auctio na r,&c., T'J'rra 0ong.0e ret. HIN, PLUM1JI[GII, Florn Shecer & Genoral ha l tlnci?mih, Terrakntorlgstlotr t.. bLARK, W.M., Boot and Shoo Makor, M.k ning.astroet. 000KS, W., & CO., Gonoral Storekeeoopor, Matnning-8treo, 0OLEMAN & LOCKET'T, Cordial Manufao turers, Torialong-.treot. OIOLUM UUS, H., Filh olld Oyiter Saloon, ' Manniig-stroet. COlIIJUR IY, A., Ilouse Pointor, Paper-lniiger, &c., Sion Illtven- root. (1()tNFORDI, W\ALTH'l' , Hluoo Painteur and UDecorator, 'Terrnlong-strooe. OUSINS & SON, Ilot and Shoe lanufalo ' tu...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 December 1887
]RJiECN telegrams from London hiave an nounced that grave apprehensions exist in Europo that tho nation of Russia as, re gards Dulgaria may, in the approaching spring, precipitate war between that empire' and Austria. In any British community at thile present tiime the least mention of RIus sian activity excites suspicion oven 1amiong the least inforumed class of persons-such is now the traditional idea prevailing as to tho standing onniity lIetweien GrCalt ritain and Russia, corresponding to Ie projudicu which prevailed during the earlier part of tlhe con tury ns to the " nat ural eninity " lIetwoon England and France. Who and what Aus tria may be, and wethelr the name has any relation to that of Australia, are questions which many persons, not altogethler inclined to regard themselves as uninformed, might bo better qualilled to ask than to answer. It is not easy to understand how with the means of information now so easily acces Bible the great mitjority of people allow themn selv...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 December 1887
'DR. JOHN S. WJ8ION,. 'I.R.O.S. Exn., L.R.O.P.E., L1,\. 1873, F.R.G.S. E]'o., 1875, &c., Late of Colllns-stroet E.,t MlelournIe; ImI Lohlci, Consulting and Oporating Surgeon, "BRIGHTON VILLA," KIAMA, (Opposite Catholic Chapel,) AT Ioon;s Irol Consu'r,'roxl' : Mornings, 9 till B9, Eveningo, 6 till 8. TH.E REPOR,1TER ANP]) ILLtAWARRA JOURNAL. -0-- PUBLIMIIEID IIIYI WEI)NE.SDAY AND) SATURIIAY MIORNING. 0E]NESY, CBE 1, 1N. WED)NESDAY, 1)ECiEM13E1L 21., 1887.' Kiama L.O.L., No. 12. N A. P. MlETINC? I oonnootion wih the anbovo will tnlako placo in Lodge Room on F.IlDAY, 28rd, at 8 pm, Brotbron of otheo lodges ibnvitd. o By oldor of theo ,, M. The Sisters of St. Joseph E NGAGiD ill tonoahing the Rothrin Catholio Donomaintioal o ochool, Klaina, deslro hlh"y4to.prosontthew thank tl t the two ladise, ?Miss Kimber and Miss F. Soymour, who so kindly neasisted at tho piano at the ontortain meant on timo ovolning of Friday last, PRELIMINARY. Picnic. SPORTS. Pioniao. oTAR OF TIE SOUTH LODO...
LOCAL AND [?] [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 December 1887
LOCAL AND T'ei pillizo-leeting of I ,the K(lenn sociation takes plhce ol Frlidly IInxI. 'liml Gerringone all Jlill el ag IIeLniesI the i,. 8. alod A. Clartered Bank will remain clhsed onI Minlay and TIlllIlday lextl. Tue specification of thoe work in i consider. ahlo contract to be let onil the ]\Iiinuumurra R.ad, is to be see n at thu Court Ihouuse. \ViI IIIe weo gO to I)lpres with 01our11 Iiellt issUO the admnirable lectnre of1 Mr. J. 13oyns is in eosrsO of re-dliveOi'y at lthe Te'lpaoraneu Iall. \We do not know that it is of niuch conso equnce, bulet it appears tlhatt three visitors no less illustriolus than the Duke of ltCanIhester, he rl Earil of nllchighaishlire, n1111 the Earlof Cuilarvos 1110 at liresetit ill Sydney. A NO'i'nIcI of tio UIllerllilllletll giVeLt InRt Fri day velinllg by the clhildreon of St. JosephI's do. nlluinnatioall IChool, w'ill le found 110on our111 four'th pigo, thela press of ladvelirtseonits relndering it IneC?(?ssiry to utiliss every available inchl ...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 December 1887
O O MM IAL, a a. D. £ s, D. fntter, par lb,....... O 0 5 to 0 0 6 Di)tto, suacod ....... 0 0 3 0 0 4: Fotor i................ O0 0 0.0 7 Bacon (inlnd olrod) 0 0 k 0 0 7, Jo. noo,,ooore) 0 0 6 o 0o 0 Do( (hvy& rough) 0 0 4 0 0 5 Ilhnms ( d curoed) 0 0 9 0 0 11 Do (mnachlie o oured) 0 0 0 0 0 7 Pigs, alive............ 0 19 0 .1.14 0 Calvos, oeachl......... 0 8 1 1 0 Hides, par lb......... 0 2. 0 0 8 hlaizo, por bushol... O 4 0 0 4 2 Potatoos .........,,... 2 0 0 2 10 0 Fowls, porpair...... O 2 9 '0 i5 0 Ducks.................. O 8 0 0 4 0 Gooso.................0 0 0 0 .7 6 Turkeys ................ O 8 0 0 18 6 EggsB, por dozon,,..... O 1 2 0 -1 3 Bydnoy, Ioo. 15, 1887.
GERRINGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 December 1887
GEERINGTON MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tun, regular mooting of tho abovo Council took placo on Monday last, 19th iiintant, and all the uillllbers wore present. Minutes of previous mooting woro road and ,coilirnllud, coUlllSl'ONM)lNOJi. Tle Council OClrk road copies of lotters ad dressed to (1) Mr. James llintks ; (2) Mr. A. Camoron, M.P. ; (3) the same. Thle incoming letters wero from (1) Mr. E. Shackle, informing Council that Mr. T. S. Spior has not complied with thue ouncil's ro quost to remnove liprails from road lt Fox. ground, and requesting tlhat they will have the sliprails romnvud at once; (2) Mr. Jamno Hinlks, stating that COouenil's lottor r nuisance cimliplaiined about by M, l'r JollJhnston hlad boon forwarded to tite maingetr of tho F. F. and 1. Coilpany, who replied that they will bo lit tho factory in a few days auid will attend to tile mattor; (:3) M. J. . Johnson, drawiig atttontion t th condldition of tho crook arostings on Rose Valloy roiad, tld to the ncwly-formnod portion...
JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 December 1887
JAM3BER00. I HtVE boon informneod by one of the directors of the Waughope butter factory that tile results of t.ho. busiuess transactod tihues far havo been vory satisfactory The price of milk per gallon which it is found possiblo to allow the suppliers, is twoponce farlthing, which, it is onlculhtod, is just about eOqual to 7d a pound for the butter wvhioch might be made from the quantity of milk. It is eXlpooted that, by meaons of some little imnprovomnents to be lf'ooted in certrain operations, the price to bo allowod pIoer gallon will duriug tlhu ext month riso to twuponoo halfpouny; and it is found that the salaries of theo staff, and all other oexpenses incurred on the spot, aro defrayed by the salo of separatod milk. This material is purochasued by MIr. O, Barnes of Minnamurra, who dals with tho W\'oolsock factory as well, taking the milk at the prio otf a farthing a gallon, and roaring tlhercon seven or eight hundred pigs, bosidos calvesa. So thie whole thing afIorde es exam...
QUEENSLAND AND N.S.W. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 December 1887
QUflNSLAND AND NBW, NOTElS. [BY AN OLn KI.MA BOY.]' Miy poouliar calling, which is not oxactly that of a conunuoroial tra\,ollor, deomanldilg that I should bo frlquontly on the moveo, 1 loft Towns. villo for N. S. \ales, Thes stonenor onlloed nt Brisbano \wheCI ccc 'oute for Sydnoy, and I wont ahoro ausd soon found inysolf in Queen.stroot, There I mot with a Kiaisa lad, and we shook hands, Ho ilnvitod co to dine witl him, which I did, Wo thon wont for s walk into tihe Botanical Gardons and chatted for long hours, roolling ronilnisooncus of manY delighltful dnys spout inl Kialina and its envlronmoents. The next day thu stoamor loft for Sydney, so I had to sany farowell to my friond, After reaching Sydneoy and spdl)On(lg a few days in sight-sseilhgl, 1 found myseulf oa the train going over the BIluo M?cuntais,. I was westward bound, and takling coaoh I wont to Rylstone and \Mudgoo, and thun aorpss the oountry to Batlurst, whioh is a agnicfliclntl town, and has a cold bracing cllinto, ...
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. TUESDAY, 9.30 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 December 1887
LATEST T 'LEGRAPHTIO INTELLI GEN~CE. SYDNEY, ,TuesnAY, 9,80 IlP.n. StATLt-Irox ha8 broken out noear W?aggfa. The anbseacriptionrt to tle Queen's Flund to dato amount to over ;8000. At the banquet given last night to Eanrl Onar inarvol, Ihe said this colony far excelled what he pictured it to beo. a meetinclig was hold lost night at Blisbano to form a Chunrch of England nssociation, the tb ject of whioh is to do away with the ritualisltio practices goterally adopted by tlhat churchl n Qtoensland. An amntudntet to thie oeffeot that at tihe present timo stucl an association is inexpodioett and would stir up strife and p'o judioially offoot the best ilntonalse of the ohbuarh was lost by a large majority. The mooting was of a atormy charactor. London, Dec. 19. The military conihoil assembled at Vionna have doelded to expand twenty taMillion florine in the oequlipment of Landwol, and tbhe eruotion of hla for militiiry purposes. Galacia will ao commuodatoe 200,000 troopa, Through a pania w...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 December 1887
....- e t .i tug T g ,oupied the rooin, The .Eers of St. Joseph "-who .?ccupy the position of teachers a~S. in question, having been there, we belie since August last, were for some years pre viously stationed at Jamberoo, where on several occasions they organised entertain ments of the same miscellaneous kind with great success, and much to the gratification of people of all denomi nations who attended them. Similar success appears to have attended their training ef forts since their removal to Kiama: and the long program of iore than forty items, whioh had been drawn up for Friday evening, was got through on the whole in the most creditable manner. The accommodation which the Temperance Hall afforded for the purpose was fairly adequate, though there was no superfluous space on the stage. The piano, at which Miss F. Seymour presided, was removed from sight into one of the side rooms; and no chairman was put in requi sition, as is frequently the case on such oc casions, to introduce...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 December 1887
Young Ludik __ -QQ _ _f'` ' . - rid 4 J ý HiRISTMAS PRESENTS. ~E untdersigne~d begs ?e announce that he Ihas just received a verly !rge and choice xssortment of Gold and Silver Jewellery of every decription ; also fr.st-class Gold and Silver Watches by reliable makers, C1.ocks in variety, Pebble, Pausodonoptio and Com mnon pectacles to suit all sights, Concer f.inns, Accordeon, Violins, Violin la, rials, Sewing !Machines, Needles and Requfites. It will still be his aim to supply goods which he can thoroughly recommend; and all Watches and Clocks s~old' by him are subject to a guarantee as to perform ance. For rBenairs of Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, Sew ing Machines, and Optical goods, he has a large stock of first-class materials on hand, and all orders will re ceive careful attentior.. G. K takes this opportunity of thanking his numer 6us patrons for their past favours, and hopes, by always charging reasonable )rices, to receive still greater en couragenent. He beg3 to state that h...
MR. BOYNS'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 December 1887
MR, BOYNS'S LECTURE. Co(FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) I weNT to hear the lecture on the Monarchs of Literature (Doand but Scoptred Sovereigns), which was delivered for the second time by Mr. nBoyns, at the Temperance Hall on Tuesday evening. The audience was not largo,-as indeed it could hardly be expected that a large nunbeor of people would bsir from their houses on an evening which showed such an unpromis ing sky, to listen to a discourse, the very title of which was equivalent to a confession that the tenor of it would be as much beyond-not to say' above-the sympathies and appreciation of our residents generally, as the station of n sooptrod sovereign, in the ordinary sense, is above that of us bucolic folk, whom a hard fate compols to spend more time in cultivating our fiolds than our fancies, and to sit at the flanks of the " milky mothers of tno herd " more fro. quently than at the altar of the muses, Idon't think, however, that this is any special reprochll to the people of Kiama. ...
KIAMA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 December 1887
EIAMA BOROUGH 0OUNtCIT( T?ir Counoil hold'lts usual fortightly I~ooting on Tliursday hiut, All the aldoenoen wbre pro solit exoopt Aldornman Major, The minutes of the proceding mooting having booes roa nd a onlirnted, the Maydtii. ioarlked that Mr, J, Fl, Stophlonono, with w\lhom they had b'wn in corroespmdonoO rogarding tho uoo of the tramway, was proeolt ; and ni ho wishod to leavo Ki]uits by, the. stolainomr 'b nlon, it might be ndvisanble, as the timeo watilhort, that the Ounlcil shquuld at .once" rosolvq iteo.lf. inlto comnitteeo for thbe purplnsoof teliidug ovtl' the matter with hhn, .They milght roaumo' at a Inter hour, and transto' the ordinary businoes of the day, Aldermanl Somerville moved the susponsion of ltheo stanldigu orders with a view td the Couti. l?l's res(Ilvinu?itueelf Into committoee .. Aldeunnl .Ori nd Simmons wore of opinion that the whole thing should bo .di?ounsed in opon Council. Aldurman Colo thought the argumoants for i omnmitteo , In this case, and the ...
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Friday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 December 1887
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLI (rnoi OUR OWN connRIsePOnD?T) SYDNEY, Friday, 7 pin. In connootion with thoe corospondonoe betwoeen Mossre, Parkes and Gillion, impor. tant constitutional questions hIave arisen. Tie correspondencoo has been reforred by'thl Premier to the Governor, The City Corporation's ovordraft next year will he £20,000. Th Clity Councils of o1albourno and'S 'd. ney are simultanounely engaged in adjusting thl salaries af their principal ollioors , the only diflbrenoo being that Sydney is ro? troaohing and Melbourno increasing, 0