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BULLI NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1888

- ULLI 1 O T ES. [By BnluLB.] Tun 131h Soeptembeg 1880, mnd the 23rd March oftho following year will ever bo riIemembOered as red letter days in the history of mining in thisalistr'iet--tho former date as bcing the lbe giniiing cit :serious and prolonged striko among tlimu uliployees of most of the mines in the 11 lawarra district : and the nlattor as the date of a-torriblo and dist.-'ssing accident in the Bulli Conmpany's pit unparallel'd in the histnry of miknitng i'a the colonies, fillowitng, as it dlid, so .closely in' the unfortuuate strike. Blusiness has never recovered tihe serious check given it., and for a time seeoomed completely paralyzed. 0Iopos alire entertainied that se the large Cslntracts generally lot at time y'ar will h obtisinid by sou0 pan:ics, and tIhat, as a consecqul recrive a great impotus. B\ thin the last tIwo yea have been cairriedl oin it kilown is Ailstinlmero) land ilection \,.th the coal pr t.lo North lhlawarra Cou the South B3ulli Coal ' hluIging to t...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1888

JAMBflZ00. Tin ponod in this village, which has nnw booen alosed for some months, is rnathor missed. Why waiting for anybody to answor tho riddlo, I will is a pounld like a policoman ? Well, without oxplain the sinilarity, as I haveo had occasion to obsorve.it. I recollort that asomo timne ago whoe thero was no policeman in the villago, theoro useorl to ho a great outory abnout .larrikiln isln and lrcony, and what not. Wihen a police constable wlA stationod in tho planoo thero wnas soon a complaint among "cortain partiOs" about paying a man who had nothing to do. Thio case of tie pocncd is an analrdgoe oeo. WhIilo it was open, thoro was as a rule very little bsicnloss donn thoro. Nowv, it Is olosed, it is found to bo badly wanted. Whlon straying or treospaseing anical coulc bo easily icn ponndod, they wero Ipcit at home. WVhln thioro is no pound at hacnd to rocoive thlol, and peoplo find it too icncsnrnicnt to oonfino tronpaosoro in their owc yards, and too troubllesoelo to drive th...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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LATEST [?] (FROM [?] [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1888

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SCREENINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1888

:"'is i'portcd tlhat the: eoxpdition of IM. ~Stenloe haIs roah'dho Eiiun Bey." ,A'o.ln prissioi b?iils that lu ussiiu i' formtnul t frosh: l;Pdp')etle in regard , / t/i gariae qur?tieon.r, . ' 'Ti: 'e? dwUN f pI)rlch inations of Rniii rIaver Ieln di'covrodl. iw alba, t populac to'robellion, BAvi ntidly donore fog prevailed ovortdi ¢gritcer part pf the United and ialso :l!Goilnlany, :'ranc, alid Ddili MRa. Joi,' Youxuo duoElarEe that thie desigi and creooting of tlheo T'oln Hellb buildinge bld have boon done for £75,000 loess thn they i ill iiow cost. SINioircooNlnihas boeen rocoived froi,? sovwah to the et'olt thatl tile Italin forc?e inmarching upoi dhe Abyssinian poeitio Ghinna and Asnmr'a. Ir is iu'noircel that the Now Zealand Grover iiont propoeo tihe abolition of th volIIIIUteeOr that.colony, paying for one or two linpe regimients to Ibe staliitll in.l nw Zoalauid.:.. A, NInILervi plot toliurdfor th.·I i.gr f ussela lhas been discoverod at Poterslurg. Al'any ar rests have boeen...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1888

* WVBriY AN. Rervhwpa wFiU t ba onauctod In tugo Wc~aoyic umoo ~iinhd a next, na fOllOwaI: 1 Rnmn, at 11 n.m.-ReV. R. 0. anieRs, MtK1ma, at !.IR~ p.ln.-Ittw. 0I. 10 Oblnoon. *Taa1,eran. t. ntlom-hnoe. (1. 11. (fliaaooa. .tamhievgg at 7..' p~m,-Mi.t T. Maeiden. ( lid Pine. nIt Otp.nPml-Rev, 0. fl, Clinging. fierefavoag, at i gn~m-Mel. W. Corufoed. _ I Oeeiagaawon, it 7417(1 pem-ilOC. i. 13. llowno, 1?gxergad, nO '.00 p.m.-M~r. C. Conadan, pFi*nrJIP O*l y h~l..m.-M~r. G~A. Bginorvtiie~.

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1888

LOCAL AND DIST2ICT NEWS. Oun advertising columns to-day contains an announcement of the intention of tile Kiama baud to hold quadrille meetings fortnightly at the Tcmperance Hall. No doubt the ar rangemont will moot with abundant support. T''nc local registry of births, deaths, and mar riages shows the following figureo for tihe quar tor ending:iDoconmbor31st, 1887: Births.-Males, 28; Fomaled, 25. Total 48. Deaths,--Males, S; Foemales, 9. Total 15, Marriages 9. AN advertisement in our present issue invites tendors for the erection of a building to serve as barraclke for the Klama detachment oE the Salvation Army. The site for the building, we believe, is at the junction of " Fuller's lane " with Sihoalbaven-straet. THe several A. & H, Exhibitions on this coast, commencing with that at Albion Park next week, will now be succeeding each other in rapid succession. The railway authorities are awake--they could hardly be otherwise-to the expediency of providing additional accomni...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1888

00 GTEGsAI¶oNAT, omtmlnl, ofiwfltaNofl.. II')n Dcv, 0. I~clghway conducts service~s every SunG~y perrlngonSg Rt ii n.m. 1151 7.80 p.m.

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1888

; QOu contimiporary of Tuesday last prefers , pnd not without qonlo amount of plausi. bility-w-hat we may call ,aq ipdiptment p* gaiinst the Borough Oounoil on account of thlir i ption in o;eclpding strangers from thile Cponfoer(npo whipli took placo betwuon a comn pnittce of that body antdl r, J. H1. STISsyN. soN on the 22nd of Decembor last. Thl pomplaint, in which to some oxtont we milght bo disposed to join, is that while the rnpresontatives of the local journals were ponmpeloed, by tlhe' anotion above montioned, to content theliselves with supplying for tie benclitof thelir constituents sypll ifnformrn tion as was contained in a brinf verbal'reo port made 'by the Mayor, as chairman, to the Oounoil on resp\!.ippg the Kiama corres. pondunt oS tlhe ptYDNl, MAIL was able to sup. ply tlhat paper witlia coi)lparatively, lngt?hy ,tatonielt of ,w?hat Ai'. StrilvicNsoN had said pnd dono during his visit to Kiaina in, con nection witll his proposal to ruont or to plan aga the trapway,. '...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1888

T1OMAN OA'P~ITOTTO. F4:,nlnyn Nbxt-M~nw~u ct o4!1O Un. K~limna. Juinulwrnot it lIBDO zulu. Itiumli (ecuizig) & Vnt 7. ('Thun cd(Mifr r~o(iiliitR tlznt tizo vadoon loargymun of thu fliotriut will forworl -nnobnooouuizliii of oureirro to ho hocbh trom thou to timon in their chirnizone, wviuichi notieco will in1 oh pnOo fin Iooeitcd grntin~l_____

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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KIAMA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1888

ZIAMA HIOSPI.TAL' A MEETING Of th ?go neral 00cotuitteo ill.eonnolon tion with tile abovo was hold at the O?;uoo( Chamber on Tuesday ovening last. PreseitLL the President, G. 1. Softon (in the chair).'D,. Finlayson, Dr, TorrOy, T. lHoney, J. Wdston'; A. Curtis, G. Bullon, H. Whittin-ham, J,.' Tyter, J. Somerville, Revs. J. H1. Prico, l, Orisford, G. lIoighway, and tile secretary. Copies of letters woro road as follows :--'T6 . Barron, notifying visitinlg comnmitteo for Jan.; rev. Father Sayors,' in reference to Hospital Sunday collections; G. Couch, acknowledgin subsoription of £1 is; H. Conncll, P.M., wllh paitioulars and information re the estate of David Jackson, deceaonsed; Rov. Father Sayers, acknowledging Hospital Sunday collections for Kiamu and Gerringong. A letter was received from L, R. Mood, Sholllharbour, stating that tile £1 10s 2d found in the possession of thle late Jolh Monaghan at the time of his denath was advanced to him by Mr, Mood, who now not only consented tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1888

Do not be Discouraged, Even if o01 lhave tried many remeodies for your kidney disease or liver complaints without. success it, is no reason why you should think your diseaso i neurablo. The, nost intraotablo cason readily yield to theo potent virtues of on. ntDEL'sDfi.Irriin. I~ is a purely veogtablo coni. pound, wllich acts on the kidneys, liver and ibowels at tio amern thri, and 'thus oloanises lit wlholo sysHtm. Don't wait, but got a bottle to.day and ouro your'Hself. . ONIr of Ihe lasti'sipinonts of hloreos for the se1sons (nays Saturday's Argue) left Molbourne on Friday for 13Bobay and Madras in the stuanship hunuldara, Tlh horees, 270 in-nau.u bor; wt(ro selected for thio Indilanr'markot, and the dilliolty whioli is said to bo oxporioneod in oblainintg good carriago hoases and hunters h1ro is to some extent explained by tie diraugh ting off of so I)any linl amn nals to India year after year, The horsoe woro walked 'on board thoe lBun;larsa without trouble, and were ranged comn...

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The Kiama Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1888

The Kiama Railway, uEa ftnllnnolnf littlo plco of cqndeacod'Informnation rnno Ing tlie railway nrrnngeimon tn may Ilo ueofil to 0so fe n o our rendin :-Tito ona troin ordilnnrly nvalao Iboom \ Kiamn nt 0a n.m.. ronolhs Wolloognni7 at 1.7 (leoving at ?), nial rnelico Cllflon ut 7.00. Wotorfall, for whiclh point thl1 mcai farto a 0 0oon n theio pnsscneoro Iv thn train Ilmnvo ind timea to tranfcr thomcelves. Is rcnhcemd at 10.201 ond ll Sydnoy at 11.3(. 'lio return toln IlevCR Rpylney at 2,.. and Waterfall nt.RO . Tlic cooal i" ooppnocrl to ocai, CIIftotlnot 0 n m,, nndl tIlo traimn to gotl to Wollononig alt 1.45. nnd to KRimna nt 7.50. On aturdlynv tile peclnil tmrtin foIr hit lny leaves Xlltmn at 8.r p.m., WollonaonR ot 10, nnd Cliftonat lO.o0. .'ilo down railn lcaves Clifton it 11 p.m,, wolluon gonff at 11,47: nad rnolloas flnma nt 12.00.

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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KIAMA POLICE COURT. JANUARY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1888

XIAMA POLICfl COURT, JTANUAnY 13. EOnnnn H,. Connell, Enq., P.li. . Nathan IHemnickl, George 8wan, andr Manrico' Walsh wore soverally chargod, with having: oroolly troatod horses by working thorn wjtl sore backo. Tlhey onch pleaded guilty and wore sontoncod to.a finn of 108 or 48 htr in the lookup. The accnsed wore all drivotrof Btono can David Power, horso-owner, wo hargeo? wvh having caused sianilar cruelty by alloaig li horeo, his property, to bo driv'on i a cart w.hilo sufforing from a sore baok. Plea, guilby. Fiuod 10si, with altornativo of 48 hours in lock. up.

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THE EMPRESS EUGENIE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1888

THE ,MPRESS EUGENIE, Poon Empress Eugenina 's'i-e has nothing left but the memory of those she loved. She is without a relative, almost without a friend, The queen of England is her: most sympathetic friend, but of oourse such august personages cannot see tmuch of each other. The illustrious exile has built a monastoery ncdr her nef'hlomd at Farnhlbrough, and olose .to the memnorial church which has yet to be formally opened. Ne4x .month the coffins which contaiti her lamented dead will be removed from Chislehurst for inter ment in the now ochurch. The Queen will be present at this solemn ceremony. I shall never forgot the sad sight I saw at CIhislehurst in the little chapel soon after the fallen Emperor was interred there, I am not a Oatholic, but I respect all earnest re ligionists ofall oreeds. I attonded a private sorvioo, and sat near the Empress. There were three chairs-one had been u'sed by tile Emperor, one by his son, the other by the Empress. She camoe into the chapol lean...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1888

PR. JOHN S. WILSON, M.R.C.S. E?a., L.RO.P.E., TL.MI. 1873, F.R.G.S Eo.,, 1875, &o., Late of Collins-street East MdlhoTnle; and London, Consulting ancd Operating Surgeon, "BRIGHTON VILLA," KIAMlA, (Opposite Oatholic Chapel.) Ai H-Iosn iot OONSU0roA,'?rON: Mornlngs, 9 till 2, E~?eninges, 8 till 8, TO THE PUBLIC. iT s hereby notifiod thlnt T.h. I. O. KINDALT ]hs boon olnnmissinoued to receiro subsorip tioii, ndvertisomonlts, nud o0rder0 gonorally, and to colln?t accomnts noil boehnlf of thlis jqurnal nid in the caso of paymtents his rceipt will bo a suIlioit, vouohlr. TH E RE PORITER AND ILLAWARRA JOURNAL. PUBLIaRIID IEVIERY WRDNRBDAY ANI SAB'DURDAY SATURDAY, 4ANUARY 14, 1888,. •rt i in lEii 1.3,0ng-sIgtroo .. 4iIly Re-i port?,? [ ," D a useful MAN., Applyj a :,J3UULN. UUBLII THANKS . m1iRS. Ii' IA,!i\. S idesiles to pi bIliIy and 17-5 eilncord ink anl thes who lrjtlly con hribit ted noweat Je f fend oso hlir .bsli f, prior to )hnr dolepartuo iAl ~'hl,? liid l oi LJESDAY NISS i...

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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1888

MEElr'I'TN GS TO BE~1 JIIISLL). N.. 115,T,0.1,.T., SInr( 11.,. 7?. ii.· TY.R 7No. 140n. ~.O.0t... mrtcel Fe?,. 21, ii? .5?) Pol.o. somorreu'C~ pemner Nq,27 moet Jlcim.r 25,11 s·It· 7.7..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1888

C. CIOLEMAN & LOCK El 'turrers Terralung-atr COLUMBUS, II., Fialh -' I enin g.atrcot. COBDERY, A., IHouso Paint c? &., Sioavllvn-striet. CO- NFORD, WALT'rlR, Hon J Docorator, Torralong-atroot. COUSINS & SON, Root and S turors, Manning-tsreot. R?OOKS, JOHN, Coal Delr * '-J troet. ? 2J6I 419 TDEITZ, PILLIP, 8addlor &O r'liew ,In.gllsllnll . reot. , Li--? - ? I AILES, H-o,.NTF iy, Bl Backsidth, Torralong ?IEIZ, P. J., Oarteor, &c,, Bar' l DINNING BROS., (J. 6& 1r. Masons & Buil. -- dhrn, Mnning-slr~o~f.? D lWYER lSOb., (WAM. ?i ,D.,) Buggy Buil dore, Terralong/Stroot. , -YER, A.J.(late RqStovoeson,) Tobacconisti & Fruitorer, T,'ealong-troot;. ?YlOCIK, D. L,, Auction Mart, ?Irrao ng. reeont. t .. ., ? , nT'IINOil:l~liA·sE A,;.&. BO?S, Buildors I VAN$, JOgEPllrStoaif Packet Hotel, Tor SATi'ZEUSa E, W., Praoeical Tailor, Terra. lm ong-stroot ?. . jITNLAYSON, DONALD, Coach Bulldero &o, Terralong-stteet. H ART, ...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1888

7RflY'Jiw iTAN. RrlMqnwn ilm4n olnrldtwt d i lho Prwmlytonrio CGhurhcela pn Rindny nixt.by lev. J. Wilsou ?o (,ylloQ\v Kiltmn, ntl11 a.m. .rlinlloroo. lt. 2.10 P.m Klairn, at 7.10 . .

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1888

R E b 1 G 1 0 '3 S - C?n?nRII OF NNOITANT. iMvino S?rvp will in vonilotd on ?rid n v npxt, in the rmnirch of E]nland Churclhes by tho )lov. J. U. Mrico, gs Rft. nor'i.O n tnntl I n.m. M'irhit nlhurohl, at. 7..30 p.mY.- ilibJeo -" Glam11hi,0." (Olit?1t OMhul. lCilmni, t I11 n.m.-- ri. . 0.C.'Kenall. Crawlcy Forost, nt 11 a.m.-Mr. J. Holbrook. Pern'leoa mill lio condocled In thlo Oliurroh of inlanrl iTtalirno. nnd Rholllh?nrllr, Vrn yvudny lnext, by tIlc tcv. .R. Crlofordl, n" follnowit Rhelllnhrhiiir. nt 11 n.m,. .Jamboroo at 7.30 P,.m:

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PROFESSOR HUXLEY ON TECHNICAL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 18 January 1888

P9Of.S9II HUXLEY ON TEIHNICAL EDUO M'ION. '?novEsson HuxL?Iy, addressipg an inluen tially.attended town's meeting in Mxanches tei on the 29th ultimo, to consider toh ,ýestion of technical education, said the sulject was one of primary importance and vital significance to the welfare of the coun try. The object at whlich they shopld aim was the development of .the industrial pro ductivity of the country to its uttermost limits consiste?t witl social welfare. He believed they should strive to improve tbe present system: of primary :education in ,sch a , manper as .would pai]o it a proper preparatiotl for t.hat particular business in life which mlight be con tei)pljted,. The present primary educa tioii veas too bookish, too little practical, and gaieo no training too thoso particular faculties of observation, accuracy, aind dealing with thigas rather ,than with words, wheoh were of the utimost impnrtanoe to industrial life. The tdachliig of drawing was of the first necessity, and in hi...

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