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GERRINGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 May 1887

GERRINGON~ MUNICIPAL COUTNCIL, Tic reguiar meeting of this Counoil took place on Monday lnst, 281rd infanit, at 11 a.m., and tilero were prosont-Alilorrnon lRiindinarsh.(wh in thie ahasene of thoe ,Miyor through indislposei. tion proslded), Leo, J. Wilson, Gordon, Sharpo, and Noble. Mlirutoe of previous meeting wore road and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCn. The only outgoing eomnlunication was to Mr. IH. G. Morton, reopecting tha laying off of propoeud now ronadl at Jordan's Hill. Thle incoming letters were from (1,) B, Shacklo, direoting attention to slilp-rails plicel, by Mr. T, S.'Speoor on a proclaimed, road at Fox ground, and requesting Council to have the rails removed and a sultatllo gate erectedi, the other parties interested in the road having complied with the conditions of tie Publio OGates Act, Mr, Shackle eaIclosed a letiter froni the Govern. meont on the sulbjeot; (2.) H. G. Morton, Esq., lstating that Mr. Surveyor M'llatton lhns for solmelo time pnet wished to lay off a new...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HEALTH IS WEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 May 1887

IA,'t/'ll IH WiAL\VIAT.-It in worth miale thlin riclH, for without it rulihes cninot ie enjoyld. IHow Imnnly pIoplo are without lihalthl who ilght rlguin it biy iming Dr. iull's BitterA. It nulH uponl the livurI howels anl kidnoey,' alonlm. ing and tllihulating them to hoInlthy ntution. ' It ouroH all disorders of theoe hlnportnot oranns, peurifllo tih hhlod nnd prolnlto.s the guieral hionllh, old hy nil dllggini,.-Ailvt, With roforonoo to thu unoemployod question, Mr. Knapp writes to the Echo suggesting tllht as the time is fist approaching when we nust duolicate the roads on1 our main trunk linos of rnil way, thi utnumployod should be oooupiud in widening tile cuttings ilid the oembainienots on tlhe imlin liiies, no ltht whllu tile duplia. tinl of the rmods was wnatod, it would onlly be iloooastry to lily the roils, 1lu doue not inlist thlt those nmon should be contilnously em ployod until all this work ai dono, but moroly wlalho to point out how thoir labour could be utilisod unt...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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ADDRESS TO YOUNG MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 May 1887

ADDRESS TO YOUNG UEN . AN nddrlre to young mnn wns delivered by tlhe Rev, .T, H. Price in Christ Olhroli, KinUma, on Sunday eveningf nlat, Tlhro wao a largo mixed onnereantini, and thlo nhjnot was nttraolively dealt with nnd attentively lintonodr to. The sitnnalnr took for his text lelbrwsH xt. 24-20, " Ily fnillh Meson, when lie wans como to yenrs, rofused to he cnlind the son of Plhnrnoll'h dnailli. tor cli hoing ratlinr to Atlffr nflliotion with the ponplo of Godl, than to enjoy the plonnanrn of sin for a Aoneann eat mltping tle reproach of Christ granter riches thnn the trenalires in Egypt : for Ihe had roepeot, Into tlhe roroinprnoo of the reward," In tile conruo of lin rhddroes thl ponelkr retmarked that nmnn of high eolcan tion were to lie found lautiring from plntfornm that roligioni wR all very well foi children, but that grown peoplo did not require it, This wai an egregious error. True religion wna noodol hy overy ono"of u?, and never lloro Ao than at present. Tle history...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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OPENING OF THE KIAMA COTTAGE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 May 1887

OPENING OF THE KIAMLA COTTAGE HOSPITAL, Tnr formal opening, of the Kiama Cottage Hospital took place on Saturday last. There was not a large attendance of the public owing in some measure probably to the hospital hav ing bon practically opened some dayspreviously by the ad mission of several fever patients. At the time of the formal opening there were five of those in tile hospital, hence it was not de sirable, as was at first iintoended, to invite ladies into the matron's roonm during tlhe opcning pro ceedings; Owing also to the circumstance men tiloued thlere was ino procession of the Frilendlly Societies, as at thie laying .of the foundatioui stone. At 2.30 p.u., the Kiama Brass Band played in iiarching order from the Courthouse to tihe Hospital, play coasing as the latter was app roached. Speeches were delivercd from tile balcony of the hospital. Thie chair was taken by R. (Miller, Esq,, J.P.AgApologies for non attendance wore received from ilr. S. Marks, (who was to have presid...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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OBITUARY. SERMON ON THE DEATH OF THE LATE MR. GEORGE GREY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 May 1887

OBITUARY. ' SERMON. ON THE DEATH OF THE LATE' MR. GEORGE GREY, ON Sunday morning last the Rev. J, H. Price, incumbent, preached a funeral sermon in Christ Church, Kiama, in connection with the death of the late Mr. George Grey, one of the oldest members of the church and of the district, ''There was a large congre- gation. The minister took for his text 1 Corinthians XV, 55--57, " O death, where is thy sting ? O grave, where is thy victory ? The sting of death is sin ; and tihe strength. of sin is the law. But thanks be to God , which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ." These words, the preacher remarked, weren famiiliar to us as part of the burial service of the church ; and they were used as being particularly appropriate to those regarding whoso future destiny the most absolute certainty is possessed, It is the triumphant shout of those who once were in bondage of dread and fear, but who came to realise that Christ once for all set. at defiance and completely ov...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BILLIARDS AND BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 28 May 1887

sILLIARDS AND BOXING, By the last Californian mail a letter came to us from Mr. J, B, M'COormick, whose nora do plume is " Macon " in thoe " Phila. dolphia News." In. his note he acknowlcdges having received copies of " Matrimony " and the " Sydney Police News," and encloses the extract we give below, wishing his old friends IMr. Laurence Foley and Professor ,Miller to read it. The article should prove hseful to our rising young boxers also. It is headed, " Jack Dempsey plays Billiards with his right arm for a Cuo and Burke's heuad for a B]all," and runs as follows: " Just how cool and self possessed a man may be while fighting in a ring has never been fully determined, Many instances of wondterful calmness and alertness oven amid the most exciting conditions of a battle, such as in the heat of a half.arm rally are known, but I doubt if the annals of the ring contain any that exceeds in these respects oite re lated to nme by Jack Dompsey while telling me not long since about his fig...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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A MARKET FOR GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 28 May 1887

A MARXET FOr- GIRLS, IAlao Territory, America, lies very far west indeed, and there is an alarming scarcity there of women. This has been curiously illustrated of late in the little town of Wagon Wheel. Recently two young ladies travelled to that remote region to attend to their dying brother. The poor fellow did not ong require their services, and immediately after his death the sisters prepared to return home. Bgore, however, they could get away nearly the whole population of the town, headed by the mayor and other high officials, were making matrimonial overtures to them. Feeling ran very high during five or six anxious days, and the Mayor's chances, des pite his mature years, ruled the betting at ( to 1. At the end of the week both young ladies had capitulated, and were duly eon gaged. The Mayor was, however, cut out by a handsome young miner. The wedding day was fixed, and the mother of the young ladies was summoned upon the scone. She duly arrived, and was hotly indignant with...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAIRY FACTORY FOR UNANDERRA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 28 May 1887

DAIRY FACTOIRY rO UNANDEA1E1A. A MtE.TIaN of farmier's was held at the Council Cllamber, Uiundetrra, on Friday evening, for the purpluse of thiling stepa towards the estab )ishinent, of it dairy factory in that locality. 'Thero was a good atte?ndiauce, and the Malyor presided. ThlI chairiman said no effort would be spared oi his part towards making the mov'ement aue cussful. Should ia factory be establisheId, as he Ih(oped would be the case, he would aiid ull his iilk there. In his own experience lie had lost friom l0 to 60 pounds of butter in onc day in sulmter throuhll exceedingly bad weather. buch as that would beu voided by the factory system. Then again, not only was there less danger about dairy farminig on the factory plrin ciple than accordiiig to the old style, but it en abled farmora to kieep several more cows by having time to r'ow feed for them. A letter was road from Mlessra. Waugh and Josephlson, showilog that the cost of Iiachilnery, iilcljuding four separators, ne ei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 28 May 1887

Thie ighltsoorBH at tho 1'lotropnlitan Silow on Tuosday numbered alount 15,000, a Irrge proportion of country visitors, bcing prosonlt No health wilh inactive' livur and n.icnry orgcm. 1'aklc.. llccj Iilt.crs, male c n ly ' by Am ut,'i can Co. Sea A nci. iFol rutc: Jct.comn c 'IN Lni tc.,"-OClarkc's WVorld-f'acnold Uliud lixtm'o in wtllrllted ito o?,ccleo thu blood froI m all Ihnlp'itius I'rcom hvllatlov r nlle atl nlllh . ?1o1r Suroft'lll l?, ullcrvy,, Skin and B]loodI JJisonsuo, cml Sores or ill Ikinds, itsH ffCcts 'ore marvullotlH. TVhotIandulin o1' 'J.' thilcninrlc, i Sold ihl I ottlUc l , 2c itl2 at l t11 oil llby OChemist acnd PIIcliatent icill Vaudrlcl ov'orywhore. l Soel tictor1,Thc1't LImccl andl hlillcdnl Coucntis m 1 º c. Linol, Eng]ind.lcl -(Acv'c'. 2.1.80 DANCING( CLASS. A T MRS. BIRAMLIeY'S, one lonlg Stroot, oil 1 UItS)A Y EVENINGS at hnalf-pst, seoven. 'ltuies ONEI GUINEIA por quorttr in advanceo. 5-18 86.li, Piano and Organ Tuning. ALF RED WOOD (FiroUm W. II, PALING...

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COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 28 May 1887

wouth) CoNst aild \eost Cannian Co-olporativ Cuapa"ny (LihitoLd.) Following anr thl quotations : l,,ott r, 11,t.J , erb ...................... it to 0 1 O0 :euto?ry ditto .............................. 0 0 1 lI?oi ,prI.' .... ......... . 0 0 1 ,, 0 0 iU 'tC'el e c(1 4 . . ... .. ... ......................... 1 0 0 1, 'allfo , per h h ...................... ,, 8 0 ('ai lt, ulert i ....................... ec0 ,) . 0 1 0 l' .....11 ,, p r ............................ 0. 0 0 ,, i 0 0 lIhtx .0 I I, 0 I1 Matize, per bush( y ..... ................. 0c' ii It 0 intch llie, hIere' ton .. ............... 4 0 it (I 0 0 I'u lat lr', 11 t: cll ........................ 1 ,, Ie 0 '. ' y, p ,t' i r ......................... 0 1 0 11 Itcc'I , per ni p ........................... 0 0 It I tthce 0, l ' ...................... 0 .6 0 0 7 0 n'l'tcl 't'1, p Icr pirt..t .......t... ...... o 0 0o l (t C iHere, prc'le doieui 10 ,, 0 1 8 Mcy' '0, I897.

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 28 May 1887

The attendance at the Sydney Agricul. tural Show on Monday was between 7000 and 8000, and the takings at the gates £175 It is expected that a loss will again result in connection with the AMetropolitan Show despite the big attendanccs. The association is at present £1500 in debt. Speaking recently at a meeting of the Im perial Conference AIr. Deakin said the Eng. lish press chronicled little regarding the colonies save cricket matches and other mat ters of equal importance. Many thousand spectators assembled at _Moore Park on Tuesday to witness the an neal review of the colony's forces, in which 2809 men and ollicers took part. The Go. vernor was received with a salute of 17 guns. The first Assembly in this colony consis. ted of 54 membet ers, and during its lifetime eight vacancies occurred. Of these 541 gentlceman 21 ure now living, and 12 of them attended the dinner given on Monday night by the Premier. Some weeks ago a girl, Grace ,Tones, aged about 14 years, was found in an ins...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 28 May 1887

Ric wlb WESI.1WAN. Rerviren will be nonducotod~ nu (17'u'0 cdW ynn C(hdlrltion aunday next, as follows:- 7 funn, .t 11 ur.-n-hTo , It r. ]. nowb 7.htiu n, ni 7l p.trnR.-lnex. (1. l. ( pain. ,Trhnnpion, (it It upinr1-IIM ',t. Il. lihooi 1 (1uninprr, phnt 11 n in --lr. WV. Oorlfoilrr Clcrhingnhh. nt at. ,-11Mr. A 11ctrhl'herI !.'ulRhllhnilrniii ht. Iin.p- 1r. A. FIh'lier I7Ihchhhnrbiir. it 7 pFn.-Mlt. Cl, A. hIItioeiVhllC' liv. il 11. Pohwm will conduht pc rvloo at M1r, -Noblcw iuuddlebzwhi, on Euiiodny next it Y11A. pin.

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SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE CO. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 28 May 1887

SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE CO. FoLLowING are the report and ialance-sheet for the year ending 30th April, to be pre. sented at the annual meeting to be held in Kiaina on Tuesday next, as printed in the "llawarra Mercury ": " The Company's operations have been crrie'd ot succeessfully during the past year, notwithstanding the goneral comninercial do. pression which has existed for some time past. " By the profit and loss account, at tnched to the balancesheet, it will be seen that the result is a net prolit of £841 Is 7d. " Tli reserve fund stands at £4,539 .Is 10d after paying the dividend its passed on 30th of April, 1880. "The directors recommend the appropri. ation of the sum of £623 to pay a dividend at the rate of 10 per cent, per annum on the paid-up capital, leaving a balance of £221 is 7d to be carried forward, "Thel directors have much pleasure in stating that since last report they have comn pleted the orection of premises on the Comn pany's land which they o...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 28 May 1887

cON~ou11A'rT AL lnuncn, .anliTNOONf T'lhr ov . 0. jfdgl?wvy condlucl ne"rviocH everv Sundny i' follows : nlr'ionlmi?T ntl n.m. n r. i pm ['rn editor rCqesti thlat Ithe vnrl.nI 'rinn r 'nmo oi f tfip clietrlr ".ll! fnoreitrd nn nno nin entfll nf eenrvi e to hl held 1,i413 limne t e o hi ft their lnrOlmreH , which nlnotlie will hll lI r oin ble InRertcd gmrtis. The Kiama Reporter. pUILI?IE?ID EVErI'Y WIYDNIiSDAY AND SATLUitDAY NORINING. SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1887.

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KIAMA COTTAGE HOSPITAL. GENERAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 28 May 1887

KIAMA COTTAOG HOSPITAL, GENERAL MEETING, A I'PAivL large meeting of subscribors to the Kihlna Cottage Hospital asseolbled at a general meeloting of the institution, held ill the Council Chamber on Thursday last. Mr. Donald Finlayson was voted to the chair. The minutes of the last gonoral meetintllleld on 19th August, 1886, were ruid and'coiilirinnedL The iintlllees of tie last comlnllittetd meeting hold May 24, were likewise adoijed. A list of snhscribers of £1 and upwards qnltlillud to vote at the genolloral Iloting was rIunl by the secretary. Thie treasurer read tile h lanloe-slheet, ahowing vxpheniture d2108 158 21, wit l. .ll o it halace ill lhand of £8 13 11d, and "lolt £100 to be ireeived as Giovllernment OnndowIlnont. Mr. James Somenrvill moved a hearty vote of thallnks to the outgoing collllli1too who, ho re markled, for the p:ast six ir eight mo1tlths had held their mleotings regulharly overy week re gardllesa of wet, windy or cold weatlher. Mr. A. Yates seconded tie Inotio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 28 May 1887

GCREAT EXCITEMENT IN WALES ABOUT A MARVELLOUS CURE. Living Six Years Without Going to Bed. M R. EDITOR,-W-lilo spending a few days Vlat the pleasant selside townl of Aberyst with, Cardiganshlire, Wales, I heard related what seeimed to mne either a fabulotis story or a nmarvellous llle. The stoery was that a poor sufferer who had not been able to lie down in bed for six long yeOirs, given up to die by nil the loctorsc , hlad heiin speedily clcredll by somei Patent Meulcino. It was related witlh th more inplicit cotiilldenco frolll thle ircumstanlln cl, s was said, thiat the Vicar of Llnurystyd was fainiliarl with blhe facts, anll caould vouch for tile trllthl of the relolrt. Halnving a little curiosity to know Ilow sulch stories grow in travelling, I took the liberty while at the villago of Llinlr)ystyil to call ipoIit tile Vicar, tihe Rev. T. Evans, anltd to enquire abiout this wondelorfuil ltro. Thouilghl a total strangelr to hihn, baoll he and his wife oIlist graciiously entertail...

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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 28 May 1887

LOCAL AND DISTItCT NEWS. A nAIanyfactory is likely to beoestablished at Cainbowarra. OwIxa to the length of our reports of implor taut local mootings a quantity of loading mlatter Is hold over till next issue. Turn North Illawarra Conl Company shipped 500 tons of coal fronm their jetty on 1Mtlnday, being the largest quantity yet shippledifrom Wollongong in a single day. A FATAL accident oocurred at Rocky Ponds oii Tuesday night, by which a railwayfguerd named Thomas Maloney, lost his life. Deceased was a resident of Giulburn. AT the Kiama Police Court on Wednesday 1hfore H. Connell, REq., P.M., David Catheart end Fredoriclk Holland were each fined 10s or 24 hours for being drunk in Terralang.etreet. AiMu. AIsaI Wnoo?, pianhofor tu luser, from W, 11. Poaling and Company's, Sydney, intendts visiting this district about the 1st of Juno next, ludImnay be consulted at Mrs. Jackson's, Blan. iing.street. A olHInm belonging to Mfr. Jury, butlher of Maljor's Creek, Blraidwood, got choked whi...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Friday, 12.30. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 28 May 1887

ATIEST TELEC+IRAIPIO .NTELLI (lROM OUnl OWN couIIs:SI'OexIIxT.) SYDNEY, Friday, 12,30. Sir hlenry Parkes is 72 years of age today. Tlhe English nail,. via 'Frisco, has ar rived at Auckland. A number of Wesleyans waited on the Governor and presented hii with an ad dress and congratulations, to be forwarded to the Queen. Fifteen insolvent schedules were filed yesterday. The Legislative Council in Committeo de cided that, the lpres(ent Rabbit Act causes increase instead of diminution, and recum mended numerous alterations. There was a disorderly meeting of the City Council on the subject of spending a suno of money in connection with the Jubi ice celebration, one alderman calling another an unmitigated liar. The Redfern Council has been granted permission to borrow £15,000. At a sale of blood horses Scamp and Kelso were sold for 70 guineas; - Coowper 41 guineas, Blind HIarper and 'Linhdtll, 500 guineas, Cock Robin was purchased by Mr. Charles Allen for 550 guineas, Lord Casthl bar bein...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 28 May 1887

VARIETIES,. The gentleman who was arrested for cruelty to a miserable looking horse, was asked if hlie over fed him. ' Ever fed him ; that's a good 'un,' was the reply, ' He's got a bushel and a half of oats at home now, only he ain't got time to eat 'em.' 'Sir, you are drunk now,' exclaimed an angry creditor who had often called in vain for his account. ' You have wasted your substance in tippling, and have turned every. thing into liquor.' ' Not exactly,' coolly re plied the other, 'everything except my debts which I regret for your sake, as well as my own, I see no prospect of being able to liquidate.' Last summer a young Sydney merchant used to go every Saturday to see his dear little wife who had takeon lodgings for a time up the Blue Mountains. One day the train was an hour behind time, and consequently he did not find her at the station, for she had returned home, gone to bed, and was soundly asleep when lihe arrived. eIo gently woke her, ' 3eg pardon, love,' she simply remar...

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KIAMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MAY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 28 May 1887

MAY 20, Penesscr.: The Mayor (11. F. Noble, Esq.), and Aldhrmeln Silumnian, Somerville, Craig, Cole, Mll. King, Love, and Fredericks. The th ward correspondence included a letter to Dr. Il'L nL'in, Government Medical Adviser, bringing under his notice the insanitary condi tioln of the town of Kiinca, especially the south. ern portion, where typhoid was alarmingly ilrevalent, drawing att.ention particularly to a dilapidanted lnemeont in Al'annin-elstreat, op posite the it. O,. Chapel, wrlich had been occun pied Lby four faver patients, and was utterly unit, for ]iumanl habitation, mhaing been ro jiprted on by one of the local medical practi iinQrs ase a contre and focus for the disemnina Ililn!4ftyphoid ; pointing iout tihat tihe 1Mu1i a ilpnflie Act mneade no prlvisiion for the dloclli Iion'bf Hih prinliao, Ibat thait if thn Govern inl(ilt'hali power tolrdeorl tii destruction of the raienises inl qusition, whlich warn actlally fI lingi down willi hocay, it would be du?ireile to 'lo ...

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