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A WOMAN'S SUFFERINGS AND GRATITUDE. A Voice From Austria. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 May 1887
A WOMAN'S SUFFERINGS AND GRATITUDE. A Voice From Austria. NEAR tlhe villgo of Zillingdorf, in Lower Austria, lives Marin nlane. an intelligeont rnil indistriolu wonllin, whose story of physical suforing and final relief, as related by herself, is of inlerest to English womon. " I was em ployed," she says, " in tile work of a argo farnhouse. Over work brought on sick head ache, followed by a deathly fainting and sick nris of the stonaclh, until I wan unable to retnin itlher food or drink. I was oompolled to take to lmy bed for several weeks. Gotting a little better from rest and quiet, I sought to do some work, but was o001n taken with a painI in my side, which in a little while seemed to spread over my whole body, and tlrobbed in mly every limb. This was followed by a cougli and short ineH of briethl, until finally I could not How, nid I took to iny bed for tile second, and, as I tl:oghil, for the last time. My friends told ino tlint rmy tinoe lad nonrly comn, An'l that I could notl...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 May 1887
WESLEYAN. Bordoes will be oonductdln' tho,'Woaloyaa Oherh',2on Sunday nexoit, at follows : Klama, at ll a.m.--Rev. R. , , ows man at7 p.m,--IRev. 0o. It, Ol.seo n Jamboroo, at 11 anm.--Rev. 0, t. OlesRon Jamboeoe, ant ? p.m--Rnv. R. 1. owos Old Paem. at 2.80 p~m.--Rev. 0. 1. ?leasson Gorelegong, at 11 anm,-?Zr. W. Conrford Oenrlngong, atL p.m.--Mr. A Fletcher . Shellhnrboua at, 11 am --Mr. A. Fot?her O, l hlwlhUrbaur, at 7 p~m,--Mr. O, A. Soloervlllo :' ev, I. 21, Iowee' will oonduet servloo at Mr. NobleI' gdl~pbaak?:on, Buodsy ant at 2.00 p~m,
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 May 1887
VART ~ET IES. A considerable amount of " unparliamon tary language " was used ill thile Ifouse on Friday. It is asked how editors pass leisure mo. ments, Bless your dear soul tlhey don't pass thcmu ; they nover catch up to them. An editor is usually from ten to forty years be hind his ]eisuro moments, and always dies before he gets within gunshot of the roar most of them. She was a practical, hard-headed woman and despised poetry, especially on tomb. stones. She had lived a lifo of great use fulness, having subdued four husbands and brought up throee families. She was on lher deathbed, and one of those good friends who sometimes like to cheer up the sick began talking of the funeral and tile coffin and the headstono. " Mobbe I'm gone to die," she said, "and mnbbe I'm not. But if I do go, I'll have trouble enough lookin' after my husbands without comin' back to see about my funeral. Now when Z'm buried I don't wan~t no opitaffy. You just put up a plain stone with this on it: *,,...,,...
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 May 1887
CON IREIGATIONAL 0HURfOH, OItRITNOGON. STho Rle, G. tleighway conducts services every Sunday as follows - Gerrongong, at 11 anm. and p.m,. IThe editor reqeaeeta thatte various elergymon of theo alct will forward announoemeonts of sereices to le held from timo to tiro in the ohurohee, whieoh notices will In l! eases be inserted gratie., The Kiama Reporter. o- PUDLISHIIED EVEIY WEICDNESBDAY AND BATUILDAY BMORNING. WEDNESDAY, BMAY 25, 1887.
A WORD TO THE BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 May 1887
A WOID TO T'HE BOYS, I)o not bo nashamed, my lud, if you havo a patd1 on your lbllow. It is o mIa rik of dis. grace, It spoaks well for your industrious inotlior, For our pnartl, wo would rathbor soeo a dooen patellhs on your clolles than to Ihavo you do Ic had oi nilcn nolniou, or to hear a profano or vulgar' word proceod from your lipis. No good hoy will shun you or thinlk losIs of you ljucianuso you do not rchess as worll as lu doesl, iandl if anyono laulghs ift your up. pouace.rm?, neve, mind it:, (Oi right on doing your duty, .our Clod lalther thIIi111 ; Iovu liilll onrly Ilid servo him filihfully, andiiil thlor shill ho Ird up for you i1 hore a0nc1 tri.surei s tlhait fadlo no:t away. As Alioo Oary snyt: I'lhe worth is in being, yet seoLI'ngI ; II uhoiing, (cliehi clay that goes by, Soim Iit, Itt gootl-noit ii dreiiiing Of great things to do liby aldl hy, For whleitve r mon any i theilr hilindness; Anld sJlite of tlie fiInoies of yom1hl11 Thirem is inl;ling so kingly in kIiindn...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 May 1887
Tmn opening of the local hospital is an *event on which the town and district of .,iamais4 be heartily .congratulated, To provide f£r the relief of poor sufl'ring hu inanity is such a plain Christian duty that *there is scarcely room for a second thought Saslto the necessity for an institution such as we now possess, more especially in view of increasing :population, the openinig out of stone quarries; and the prospective develop. .ment of coal mines and other sources of * mineral wealth. Evenjwithout anticipating the wants of the future we havhad ablun dant evidence of the need of a local los. ,pital, and'the inconvenience arising from the want of one. Henceithose who discouraged Sthe hospital movement, or at least displayed very little enthusiasm in respect to it, could only have done so from a grudging dispo. sition.~ Hithorto Kiama has boeen' ulnder obh. ligation: to Wollongong on many occasions for hospital accommodation, but there are few amongst us presumably who would prce f...
A PRACTICAL FARMER'S ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 May 1887
A PAOCTICOAL FAIRER'S ADVICE, M?n, JouIN BUonDrmOI, of Orookwell, a fanrmer who uses his own brains, and th)o results of other intelligent practical farmors, in all his work, writes us to say that he has just finished sowing 30 acres of wheat, sow ing 3 pecks to the acre, and ho is satisfied that this qaantity is quite sullcient, and that one of the worst mistakles most farmers makeo is in sowing too thickly, on land that has not boeen properly propared. As a result of his reading and practical etxperionces he speaks to our farmers thus : Now that you are about to commence wheat sowing again, I hope you will at loeast give mno credit for uIy good intention by making public calculations I have worked out to show that farmers geoerally sow at the least double the quantity of seed ri quired, Mly calculations you will find self. ovident, being made from positive numbers and a reliablu statement by a learned profcs. seeor in an agricultural oollego in one of the United States, namely, th...
TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 May 1887
TOPICS OF TIE DAY. Tns sixty-eighth birthiday of her Most Gra cious Majesty Queen Victoria was dulyfccle brated yesterday, If our loyal enthlusiasm resolves itself into the holding of picnics and cricket matches there is no reasoil whly it should be the less real on that account. Our volunteers paraded as usual under their loyal Oaptain Honey, SWEET thoughts and heartfelt wishes sped across the ocean as the FEU DE JOIE rent the air on tihe beauti ful Australian autumn morning of yester. day-thoughts of a glorious reign extending over nearly half a century, and of the many. glorious events crowded into that compara tively short period of our national and co lonial history. And anon would intrude the ;ision of a great united empire made up of dif'erent members animated by the one pre dominant spirit of true liberty, and working hairmoniously as parts of one great political whole. . CooNerANT complaints are being made to tlhe Education Department regarding tihe quality of the drinking ...
THE MATRIMONIAL DECOY DUCKS OF PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 May 1887
THE ZvATRIM ONIAL DECOOY D~UOKS OF PARIS, 0Soe mosnthlls ago (says a London paper) a couple of adventuresses were arrested for hlaving worked a natrimonial aganoy, whloh was in reality an effootive machinery for dco coying men on,the look out for rich wives., Theo dupes, aftor having boon relievod of a round sum of money, wore marrie?l tL?~a sham heiress, and than sent about their business, The principals of the agency were a bogus Baronoss do Mortier, alias D lIa Roohelloe, and her attondant cavalier, a swindlor named Locourtois, Theso two suc ceeded in quitting thu country, and the Paris Oorretooiounal Tribunal, which has just dis posed of the matter, had accordingly to ldeal with the sham heiress and a madame Lu prout, bothll of whom had boon oonduocting a tolerably prosperous unatrimnonial business on their own acoount after their principles had left ?Franc for reasons known to the police, The dupu was introduced, after hav ing answered the rlquestions, to a good loolk ing young...
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 May 1887
LOCAL' AND DISTRIOT NEWS, Tno nan of 10ooo00 wa on Frirdal sent from Wollongong to the Bull central colnnittoo, EVANOGIiaTIO nraVi0eo C00tnhinetOi in thie TIoln. peranco Hall on Motday ovirilng. A OGNIAL Inaobting toiloet a loapltitnl omo mitten tekoe pinros i the Oonnell Uhnmbor at 7.80, pmn,. tn.morrow, AT thie Kiamlan Polioo Oourt on Saturday oInt, obeort Turnor, drunk at Gorrilgong on the provious day, first offeioe, ndmonnlihod and dinhargod,. M?nuAr, and dramatle entortainmont in aid of the Bulli Rltoliof Fund it the PI'rotoastalt Hall, Jalmberoo, niext Wednodaiy, "Paddy Carey " km to be preolentod, THr nmow hotel at B3roughton Orook was opened last Thuraday night with great cnlmt, and Mr, Bryoo Henry, proprietor, gave a bRan quet on tle oceaslon, MR, JAnIs Ke NN??Y brought from Ynlwal last week a cake of gold weighihmg 127 ou00e0 being tile yield of 1i0O tolla of quartz from tho Eolipae gold mining olaim., THa .tho Burorantom il Jlerald :-The person whlo naggoatold naliig lar...
A FRENCH EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 May 1887
A 'FRENOH EXECUTION. A WOMAN has been guillotined in France, for the first time in fifteen years. Thu cir cumustances attending the execution were horribly revolting, as wore also the circm. stances attending the crime. The woman had murdered lier old mother, whom sheo considered a burdeon on her. She took every precaution to ensure the success of thle murder. She first saturated the old woman's clothing withl oil, then she set filro to her, and Iheld her down with a long stick while the decrepid old creature was roasting to death. The old woman cried piteously for mercy, but the heartless daughter hold her down till she. was burnt to a crisp. And then, to crown murder with blasphemy, she placed a lighted candle before the statue of the virgin, as an act of thanksgiving, for the successful issue of the murder of her motlher. The inhalitants of the town, Re mortin, in whichl the crime took place, wore tl;rown into a state of unspeakable excite inment. The authorities had much diflfic...
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 May 1887
M. EETINGS TO B3E HELD. P'otOVbt Allianae meeats ?ay 26, at 7.80. No. 12. L.O.L., moot June 7, at 7.30 No. 115, LO.L,, moots June 0, at 7.30, No. 77, LO.L., moots Jmoune 1, at p.m, No,. 140, L.O.L., moots June 2, at 7.30 p.m. Bone of Tmpoamncoo, No. 27, moats Juno 1.,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 May 1887
JOHN STEg~WART, Auctloneer, AND COM MllIBSSION AGENT, BROUGHTON. FOR BSALE?. FUWO LARGE GALVANIZED IRONTANKS S whlich will holhl cnlh abot 1600 gallonIsH ThOeseo tanks wore nado oxtra stroig forholding water for the gasocmu '. PriCo £10)aocULh, cashl. liegular prico, about £15. J S. MAJOll,. 3-2-86 The Arcade. KIERBAN RYAN, Solicitor, etc. OFFICES : Terralong Street, K(iama. 3.23.87-. GEORGE WTALKE'B, 1Tundertaker, Cabanet..aiflker, Upholtlterer. &c., KIAMA. Funornals coodtuld in any part of the dis trict at nodolato chargoes. JOHN RvgoHIE, SHllP1 ANDJ' COMOMISSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL PRODUCE MERlIIHAN'rT, Calcedoiian Wharl, Sydnioy. Strict Attention given to Roturns. 7-.31-8.y " Dineaod Naluo oftentimelso hrenk forth inl stratnlgo '1orpt1ie."--Actil, BScou 1. TO THE PUBLIC. . 3OMl ptinlts uflfcriog from ol'rvo'os Tllc - k tmio aro afraid frlom eler hashflllness nou II1od'0tl y to 1iCI ?OII LOIuY rol II t H II ?II Ied.'ixtJ It.atn- othler p)ationIIIhav.e 11ot the ?elfI-pos:n...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. WHIT SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 May 1887
RELIGIOG US. CIIUTCII OF ENGLAND. WIIT SUNDAY. Divine Borvieo will be conducted on Sundnay next in (ho Church of England Churches by Ivc. J. H. Prlc as follown :- CioLot Church, Klamanta11 am.m.-MomlrngPryer. Chodst Church, 7 p.m.-Evoaing PIrayer Servioes will ho conducted In thle Church of England famberoo, and Shollharbour, by Rlov. E. CriOford on BSunday next, as follows : Shollharbour, at 11 a.m. Jambcroo at 7 p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 May 1887
Kiama Agricultural Association, T[ENDEIhS will bo rocelvol un'il 8 p.m. on ... TH U hSDAY, 20th Instant, for the Lrnzing rihllt of' tho new 11OW GROUND. For par tiolanre apply to .... . JAMES OMERVILLs' " S22ndMny, 1887 , . . , ,6 5.t·t8,' 1 United, Evangeliitic' Sejl;[ :'~~.vi ce's WTILL Ihe *omonoo'?cd '(ivy) on MONDAY. ' :EVENING next, lnyS; 80th, nt '7,80, i theo Trlipornntc ]InHll, wnl ,ywlll he colinunod throng'h Ithe wcee,. Tho arriangonlote unado, ore ns 'ollows : DAY. OtAIInritAN, '' Anat?s., lMonday liov, 1. Otrlihford eov. G.1t, Olneson 'Inoead 'I ,, J. \Vilson ,, , . Orisatord \Vudln'y ,,J, . PI'rlco ,, G. lHoilghway 'Ihllni'dy .G, lolghway ,, 11.13 owos Fridny J . Ori'ord .J; Wilson ' ,Bntird' ,,, Glasson J. J, H, Prico. SNB.--The United Chnrch choirs will leond theo siiglug. Snlke)y's collootioLn hr j inwill hu 'lned, , ' . ETNDERS' will he received till TUESDAY, .31s'' MAY, from persons willing to find all material and erect a Butler Factory at Woodstockl, Jnmberoo, a...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 May 1887
C OMMflErIALa BUTTri?.-Sinoe Inst report better ha'seldvanoed .in pri"in, and nllitoogh eiopplieN to hand yestor, dny (Friday) wrol;o heanvy, priceR obtilned were' vry goodl, nll. iddlilng spirioted: At nutidon fnetdry realised Is to le 4d por.lb; dairy bu-t. tor 7d to i Ild per lb. liaooni.-Going off froeely., Oheoose.-Supply i excess of demand, Eigge.--Soaro, Largeo quantity of imlported comiing into market. Poultry,-. (ood eolling wlII. Plge.-Still very dull. Oil voes,-Yestolrday Rsalon failrly brisk. S.F:ollowint g mlte thequotntions : Oetter, pteorlb .. ............... O., 0 0 to 0 1 0 Fa?otory dlttto ,,,,;;.,,....,,................ 0 1 a0 0, 1 e . Ilhcoe per lb,?;h:. ..... e .... 0 eIb ,," a 0e s Chooso ditto ,..,,...... ............ 5 0 1 r 0 O Tallow, por tone,.,,..,,,,.,,,,....,, 17 0 a "' 18 8 0 Cell olntens,'eol ...,, ,...... ,,, 0e e ) e I a I'Ig nllvo, porlb, ,.,.;,,......' ' '0 , .0e0 81, CMlvods ea*h ' ..0 8 O. 1,.,.,1,7.,., 0.,, a a n.,, e s eteirn, per bell~ol,,,,.,...
THE TERRIBLE UNDERTOW. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 May 1887
THE TEERIBLE UNDEBTOW. Tir in is a .molreo t(i;ri)lo motaco for the bather.at the seashore than the white cappeod wvaves tumbling in onl the har-soinmothing to be dreaded moreo than the deep. and treacherous holes out in' the sands by the last tido-something lhiblihiispire more horror thanthe sigiht of 'a is;k;' It is the fierco clutch of 'q 'undertow the undeeo'on curr·iht' which dd agp strdng min' n to (hbir deafl.. At one spot it is a thread of silk pulling at tlo hathoer-ae dainthLz it is a chain dragging him outt t tio'he depth whero' the .hprfibloeg.?a spiders creep and crkwl -tle e'iorc?c.rabs fight eadh 'othoi:-tlio' shark and the stingray. watch 'hd wait for victims. A score of us sat on the sands watching for high water, .oHero and thleroe beyonid the bar a white-cap .slowed itself at inter nals and now and then thiawind breezed uipa little, but there was htosca to speak of, It ai' w?'simply the pulsatidn of the great oceani --the heaving of the waters shorewords as ordain...
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 May 1887
LATEST TELEGRAPHIO INTELLI 'GENCIE. (FROMa OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, Tuesday. S ir H. Parkes gave a dinner last night to . the surviving members of tile first Legisla. Stive Assembly of New South \Vales. Twelve : out of the 21 survivors were present. The Governor's levee yesterday was largely attended, . £19,000 has been collected for the Bulli Relief Fund. Mr. John Wright, Principal of Fort.street Training School, died yesterday, aged 65. At the Pastoral Conference at Maitland a delegate brought under notice that a large number of cattle diseased with cancer were bought by butchers and retailed. At tho Agricultural Shlow, in jumping, Eal's Myrtle toolk 'first prizo:;:Trtvarthan's Dart secopd; Deerpas' Lady Oaig'ington third. , .. . .... . , . . .. , Terriflo '.weatheir.has, be?e raging on.the .East coast of Now Zealand. The steamers F'"Go Ahead and Sir ? onald were vrecked and five lives lost, . .. ... . :' 7.p.m .. . SThe weatiher was splendid ~h!lroughdut the day, and fully...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 May 1887
NOTES AND NEWS. Friday last was Sir Henry Parkes' 72nc birthday. The total reserve of the Bank of England is £14,600,000. O'Brien, the Irish agitator, has left un sympathetic Toronto and gone to Lower Canada, The name of Mr. Garvan, member for Eden, is spoken of in connection with the leadership of the Opposition, A nugget ofgold weighing 260oz. has been found near Fryerstown, Oastlemaino. It was purchased for the sum of £102 2s. Charles Peckford, condemned to death in Queensland for the murder of Martin Em meason in February last, will he hanged.' Captaini Sam Lawrence, of the harblour steamer Beo, rescuod a man from a boat which was swamnped in Sydney ovoe.: on Thursday afternoon. Richard Sparrow, a young man formerly cashier in the Mooroopna branch of the Oonm mercial Bank, has been arrested in Mel bourne, charged ;uith.embezzling several hundred pounds of the funds of the, bank, George Stricklati'd,-hiile engaged cleaning the points on the railway at kuneo on Thurs day last, was...