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

1JO1.LO\\'AYoB I~Irr~TS.-LIVOr, [~Igsl~i nodl Kid novo,'H-doot dI1OooIoH of thoon do )ul)at)vO orgoawe oj~iso f'rtul ObotlocloIIH,1P OVOr )1 to rmovol of wlliidi (hwOo 'o(lohrOtod PubI OxOrI'JO thoU m1oot poarfoot unotro)l, A.noo O ofl'H Othou1 bo Btroogly ruoI'ROIllOIuIdo oH a ooioduty for· otoli oliroobo of. I1!'euiciO ol nho:1'' onbrgo::'U IIOI II CO1, ofgBtiOii of tI1o I:: 11J4, torpidtliy of thou kidn~oyo, a:::) othor Jo::l tbfnloll dlooruboroH ohlio) oa::oo muoth picoont oof.· forlogR, nodl If nuyogoutou mvr th::s fonin(tbo n of olrgoolo dIIoonooo, IIOIIVI ' h::hlwny' Phth aRo epooblY rIBopttl o: liu:th yamulug no')l ulhliouto I mluir gum:-l. l ltlo o pri/jfying: not)::,: rooko thrIlomo nmlovo mm I1)008, grunt1, nit:) :'hUumnlomnlljII tlIOoo t'uiba himmo mmmdlluovom for Um~tmmuioobvo mmmdvormnl fImmo.lu '1hoy rootouro hm toloooo'l l nod Ylrigotr.-AtXo

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CAUSE OF LARRIKINISM. (TO THE EDITOR OF "MATRIMONY.") [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 28 May 1887

THE CAUSE OP LAEIKINISM. (To rill: EDITORI Of " IATRIMONY.") SIm,-In this brief article I intend to treat only of the country larrikin ; partly because I atn ill acquainted with the larrikin of the Metropolis, and partly because the circunm stances of the country rough differ widely from those of his city brother. With the country represientative of the larrikin class I am well acquainted; in fact, some of the 'knowing ones' have been good enough to consider me as one belonging to that section of the community; and consequently I may safely claim to have some knowledge of the causes from which my own class have arisen, and which foster and encourage its growth. From what I have seen I have not the slightest hesitation in saying that the first and chief cause of larrikinism lies in the home. The entire, or almost entire lack of sound moral education plays an important part in the origin of lurrikinism-larrikinism which, when allowed to grow unchecoked, doe velops from moure mischievo...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MULDURA IRRIGATION SCHEME [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 28 May 1887

T2E 3UJLD JSA IIIGA1TION 8I1EM WIrnT referenco to thi telgiram stating tlhat the Government of Now South Wales w(ro assuming ai attiltudo hostile to the oarrying out of the lluIklud' irrigation solhlml in con sequecltUe of the div 'rsion of a largle qantity of water from th.le Murray without thuir con sent, the Pruomier of Victoria says he hald no communication to that ellout from Sir I lery ?arlkes, and fuool curtain the repl)ort is fohIldod upon a mnisaplpronllu sion.' Mr. I)ow points out that thi principal fouders of the tMuItr, y are Victorian rirrs, anid if Now South Wales could legitimlately uliilii the whole of the waters of the MLlurray, ald iin sisted oil her rights, Victoria could divert the waters of the triutlary streams for the purposes of irrigation and luavo the Murray "high and di'y"; h adcds that Messrs. Oilllhy's agroemlent wit's not impenrillod in the event of the objection being persisted in, lhooause the Governmentlll of this colony only lic?ised Mlessrs, Ohalla...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 28 May 1887

MEEIINGS TO BE HIELD. Prot tant Alliitnco meeta May 2, at 7.30, No. 1'2. l.O.],., im1 ,h11mo 7, ,t 7.:30 No. l I. 1,.O.1,., mit' Totn) T i, nt 7.30. No. 7', T,.OI,., ujll|.Toto 1, ut 7 pl.t, NoiO. 14l0, 1.1.1., j Nou s tl un , t, 7.1) p).m1 . Sonl of T eplellnuto, No. 17, mIoots J,]lt 1.

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

JOHN STEWART, Auctioneer, AND COMMIMSSION AGENT, BROUGHTON. FOR SALE. 1TWO LARIIGIG ALVANIZED) IRON TANKS which will hohl ach aboutl 1600 gallons. ThoOs ttanks wure indo oxtra Htrog for hodling watcer for the gansomeler. Prico £10 ouch, cash. Ilcgelar puice, about £15 . , S, ItIAJOH, 3.2-86 Thu Arcade. IjIERAN RYAN, Solicitor, etc. OFFICIS : Terralong Street, Kiamna. 8.23.87., GEORIGE WALKEa, Undertaker, Calbanet-miakcr, UpI)Ioltsterer. &c., K I A M A. Funerals conducted in any part of the dis trict at modelnto chargct. JOHN iRITCHIE, SHiIP AND COIIMIISSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL PRODUCO MlERCIIANT, Caledonian Wharl, Sydney. Strict Attention given to Returns, 7-B1-86-y "Dineased Natlur oftentimes brenks forth in stranngo cruptions."-Act iii, Scene 1. TO THE PUBLIC. tOlNI patients saffetring fromt nclrvouse nflfoc. I3 tions arc afraid from shear ush' 'illinss mnl mlllodlesty to ItIustONAI.tty cltnsit an medical tnae-other patientsi have not the sell- tlssoesinJt and conlness whi...

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

:11 ti 8 11Y11,S11, I N on Suzlnday izoxt biy Hv. 1. Wilson nx foullowst .Iinlernn, al 111 n.mn. It'fijtn, Iitt. 2tfl pitt. Kinn t7 p~tt1

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. W[?]T SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 28 May 1887

R E L I G I 0 I s. cnHUlC OF INOLAND). WHIT HUNDAY. pivTino oelee will li eonlllutcl ot Rilunl yl vxli. n Illo ('li:rllll of Fnllgltllil Cliill-fI i ly 1kI" v. J. I. PI'ico IM foulws,:-« t . eo?i ?e"rrinlgolpn. I 11 .ini.--lol' C'ornmallnon 0hl+t0 (11t1r,0, o 11 Wtt,--l'?iltg 311o-1-0ty . Christ ;K Ch0urhb, I tat II Ral.--Mr. 11 o. K, kcldlI. h Rellleos will bi b e felt In ll11, Chulrelirof Ilurlo Janloti)tri. Id Stellllihtlttu? , 1 . b evuo, . Crifoird on Huunodlly ioxt, Its foll)ow : Plhllbnll oulr nt 11 m. Jitlmboroo, tit 7 p. ' '

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 1 June 1887

'l'l.0 worst 1rm1.8 lf ]?oullr, Pilelly Ilonl R1Inl~lI1(I0 11111 Al11118eu topidly ouroil Iv r.o1t. I'IUIII8 IVI[ 1III.IVI 'I 8 1 Prr eIII tr'illli )10 voi's 111811%nl-Ad%. 11t1o. 81i I,"- Iho 111.0 . l~Ialt 1 hl111.1 11(8 8It1l'l~llg 1111hJ t)38118tb8 (1, "il l'li MI P i 1 pClrr1 1 lllrdenL of l1/lt I e.e10r IG'urlitN8. tl, h1 Allnlli l l A llll l In g lln1lii t1a t1111111m ' ,l hlied I ith e111h1111 h(ottl( P 3 I1t 11n IIuI f'olr Chllllarn inld ]'lllevlr: rili o'l mrIlH. d(IJY nse(, inctle nt,( to ' l'm lentll fp useiil On I ur ,in I f. It anlinys tllir is l IItn I1lllrl 1111 III mII4IIlIr I 1 o118 'I lH-, n?l' il\" I neIl s' IhU bIlJ, t, ?J S. P'urey r,;?rl( ' vrJ leU : " I wonhi ralt r , Hhort, orf llthinhjl nn I) Illi. I 11v11 lI,' lh' 01' 1 tl 4 IV oll 8 lr's i o lll l'l- \ ih , A. 'l.80 t \una( r Funl'w],'H r;Vn.-'?l'H most to l(llrllo inmZ 11,l lii :l1e cmlu tll|i 8i. Iuo1r IIthnl s?II ll 1 t, .lu 11o -A) l I, c ln, of She p:oll a11,1 llo.ual vith tl4h s two dis Ialso ntaill...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 1 June 1887

WESALIIYAN. il~fir~r Wll lbo rnnduot4M In lie Wesleynhi Clsnrn~h, on Sunrday ulcxt, as oldlows : Rllumni, nb II n~mn-hey. 0t. Ii. Olalunar Nlnuna, at.?7 pdfl.-llCV. (I. It. f)In annI ,nlaulwcran, it II nan- Mr.· 1). F'lln)al~aa Jiuuuilurraal, at? pun.-MJr. WV. Caiinlll Ihirsanagllb~ atiI n.ua,-hlrat. it. hI. Ilaera tOarrlllhnn{. ot 7 p.m.-M~r. 0. A. Snualrivllo atmul, l' pr.nl..-llOO. 11. II. hiawiul Slirlllliarhionlr, at 7 p.aa.-hlillv. (I. hi. tilnoanam

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GREAT EXCITEMENT IN WALES ABOUT A MARVELLOUS CURE. Living Six Years Without Going to Bed. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 1 June 1887

GREAT EXOITElIMENT IN WALES ABOUT A MARVELLOUS CURE. Living Six Years Without Going to Bed, iiR. EDITORI,--\hilOe panlinig n few day's .,. at the pleneant maniale lowni of Aberyat. with, (nrdicanehlire, W rals, I heanrd related what secmcld to na e ither' a fabliolus story or Ia illarvetlls ll's Cleo. 'I'Tho story wsnl that a poor aitferer who hnadl niot been able to lie downi in hed for six long yeirs, gi'en llip) to diO by nll thlo loltors, hadl ICIn s1eedil'y credi by siome Pinni t Madilcine. It was relaited with tim more hplicit contidence 'roln t' circulnstnnce, ans was sanid, tlhat the Vicar of Llnnrystydci was familiar with the fncts, and -tinili vonch for the truth of the r eport. Hlaving n little acurisity to know how uich stories grow il travelling, I toik thell liolnily while at the village of Llnnrystydl to call lpn the Vicnr, the lRev. ''. Evans, and ito enquire about this woniidrl'ful cr Tlhough a total stranger to him, both le and Ihis wife most graciously enterlntain...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 1 June 1887

CONOnIEaATLONALT CjuuliCn,, rn~lflN OONfl. Thle 11cr. 0. JIefgyeoe~njy eoondotn sorluryicovc O1OVSoilynr OR folloevo: (iere~llooimR, it 11 0.01. nod 7l p.m. (Tho eiolllr reroeotcsl tlioi theu vol·riooo eiergyioe of Ihe dilrtriet wilk1~ll too rdoIIII(IIII'IIIItl iit of CroleeIR to) ho held fooo li ftlo Woo tlon theilr hOltrchuO, wIdoIC1nl(ll C ooIeeo will toal cooCO ho inoexied yrolio. The ei~ama Reporter. l'UIlItBIIED S1'IiY WYiI)NItIIDAY ANT) SATUIIDAY WE$DNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1887.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 1 June 1887

VAR r IE TIE , The following noto was found in theo pooktob of Mnskoll, tho braveo ogino driver, who lost his lifo in the groant railway disaster near Molbourno on thoe 11th inst. : "Viotorian Railwvays, " 11th llMay, 1887, " MInmo for Drivor Maskoll. "Yoer annual leave, oighteeon dlays, will oommlooence tlooorrow, tho 12th inst. "(Signed) G.O, SnrAr,, "Locomnotive Fioronllan," Writing of tho oharaotoristios of Northoern Australia, the Rev. E?. Tennyson Woods remarlks :-The aspeot of most of tIho land is that of an open forlest of tho usual Austrn. lian typo, How dif'oerent this is fromn any country in thI( world. I nver sl:all forgot how stlring this was in coming noross from 'the Moluccas to.?Nortlh Australia, In the formenr thu dcle~o dark vegotation and tho ourtains of list aandl stonamy oloud-thu whlolo su 'rou ndings, riioch, hoavy, dark, and I.luxuriliant, its kueping with thl s\woltering hoant, and the dusky shadlo of panlm, crooping uanno, ng.ltr;os, nutlllOgs coooanut andl...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 1 June 1887

Tus Imperial ConfErence ha \ing fulfillcd its mission tile very natural enquiry comes, what has it substantially accomplished I Great things were hardly expected of it at this end of the world; groater importance somins to have boeen attached to it in the old country, It has been surrounded by a groat deal of, shall we say, meretricious glitter. Colonial representatives will reo turn with an extra appendago to their names, and with the recollection of many genuine courtosioes of which thoy have beeon the rocilpints. Socially the conference lhas no tloubt been a success, though politically it can have very little signilicance. As the F'INALC to the Colonial Exhibition Vwe cIan allbrd to view it with some degree of indul. gence. -nad it been a representatiea gatlher ing in a political sense our estimato would have boeen based on other considerations be sides those pertaining to a social and friendly gathering. The dalogates woro invested with no authority, and thereforo could not com ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BENEVOLENT ASYLUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 1 June 1887

THfl BENEVOLENT ABYLUMS, Mes. POTTIE writes as follows about Now. ington: In tile sumnmer time I have seen the eyes, nose and mouth of the dying full of flies, no screon orl net, being near. I have seen a wardswomnn beat a blind girl (since dead) in her bath. The day before the latter died Ashe told me that one wardswoman lhad boaten her with a stick. I have always seen the whole of the meat provided for the inmates put into a large copper, the liquid oi' this given for soup, and the mIeat.--thle only meaet I over saw partaken of in lhospital, except on one occasion, some imonths ago, when iim properly cooked roast beef was supplied. I have seen this meat brought into hospital in a largo till dish, and put oni a patient's bed and out up by a patient and put into tin dishes for the hospital patients, no chair or tablle being in the ward, and only one or two rusty.looking knives and forks between them all I have seen Mrs. Crowther-a young consumptive woman--dying, and since dead, who ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LITTLE WIDOW BRIGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 1 June 1887

TIHE LIZTTLf WIDOW B3RZ?IGGI , A spAN of ponies attached to an eilgrant waggon, containing a woman and throo ohildren, and various householdl goods, halted on Grand River Avonue to have a blacksmith set a shoo for onn of the horses, As the woman seemeod to be alone, or at least to have no man at sight, the smith asked: " Old man sick ?" "No, sir, I buried him up the country a year ago," "Then you are a widow ?" " I rookbn I am, and my name is Briggs." ' "Which way are you jogging ?" "Going south-west-may be into Indi. ens," " Go, sick of Michigan I" continued thel smitl, as:heo.pared away at the hoof. l ,i the vi ate is good enough," sha slo&,y answored; "somo mighty fine land, good schools, and tolerablo weather, but I lhad to get out of where I was, I lost a pound.s week right along for the last three weeks."j "Ague' i, "Humph i' I'd like to see the ague upset me I No, sir. My husband wasn't cold be. fore I lhad an oflbr of marriago I It wasn't a month boforo I had throe o...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE CO., LIMITED. GENERAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 1 June 1887

BOUThI 0AST AND WEST CAMDENT 0-0,ISATIVE 00,, LIMITED, GENEIRAL MIIEETING. 'T'It sixth annuol genoral meotigll of share holders of thle abnovonned cornpnny was hohl in tho Tormporance i nli, Kinma, yesterday after noon. Nolwithlalndinog tie vory wet woeather over 100 shnrehoolders from all parts of tho die trict attondetld. The chirnionn of the Company, D. L. Dymnock, Esq., renl tihe report and0 bnlanco.slloet as printedl in our Inast ine. The chairmano, in moving the ndtloplion of the repoit, adverteld to ti earl)y oporation of the cimpanly, showing the necessity for the Iuilti ings eropted and opened in October last, effcting a sn'aving of probably £1100 per nnllnmn for rent, The now promiseos (belonging of rotirse to tile hlia'hoClders) were put down at £32,771 14e 51, tlnt alnoont including sito, buildling, end atchllinery. This wasn the actualn cont, though the ltmrklt VmiUe mlight, on tile auI tliority of tite most colpoetelnt valIators inll Sydlney, vie., Mlesrse, Hardy and G...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE "BULLETIN" JUBILEE SCHEME [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 1 June 1887

THl".2UL' ETIN" 9UB°L° E XO!L WVi (Bulletin) have lately been engaged in formulating a little scCheme of our own for the due celebration of the Jubilee of her Gracious, and as brainy ideas on this subject appearl to be vl'ry scarce, we consider it our duty to lay our plan before the public. First of all, we would suggest that there be a weik's holiday all round, during which period no papers should be published, no ldebts collected, no rent fall due, that there should be no acting, no preaching, no prayer imeetings, no Parliament, no Salvation Army no drivel, gush, fireworks, banquets, or row of any kinld, no escaped nun, no politics, K. .M.G.s, Imperial Conferences, cabled lies from Europe, or anything else. Let every body have his sorow raised, let tlhe Sydney Lancers be abolished, and lot 'Parkes have £10,000 cash and sent to Bega or Tam beroo. When two Ohinamen appear in the stroeets together let one of them be shot as an example to the other. Let all time-pay ment furniture lme...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 1 June 1887

, . EETINGS TO BiE IHELD. Pz'oteontu AlLianc meets Junmio 8, na 2.30. No. 1'. ]O.LIb., imoet June ot at 7.30 No. 115, LO.L, mimeets Juno Ii, mit 7.30. No. I7, L.OI., meetsoriimo I, at 7 7m.mm. No. 140, L..ol,., inects tune i m , .: I7.0 pn ollmm of Temmmpcmmmmeel, N 1. 27I, m lect s Jllllo 1.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 1 June 1887

joHN STEWART, A?t?tioleer, AND COMMISSION AGENT, BROUGHTON. FOR SALE. W... !ATr OALVANIZED TRON TANKS whlich?:',":{ l holl eclh abo,,t 1o00 gallon.? . TIhoPO tanks worO mlldO Oxtra s4trot, g for holding water for the gnlitomtoler. P'riuo £10 olch, clshl, IRcglar pice, about £15. . AOR, 3.2-8; Th hraJO o, 3.2-8( Thu Arocnula. KIJERAN RYAN, solicitor, etc. OFFIGESB: Terralong Street, Kiama. 3-28.87-+. GEORGE WALKEL, Undertaker, Cabtnet-fntaker, Upholsterer. &c., KIAMA. Funorals conducted in any part of tIh dis tric t at modoanto p hgrges. Jou RH ·I ITC IE, SHIP AND OOiMMISSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL PRODUC E MECIIALNT, Cnledonian Wharf, Sydnoy., Bjtrict Atention givoen to Returns. 7-31-810-y "DiReased Nntuco oftlntino r tc creasnt forth in striango chupt iion."-Act iii, Seune 1. TO THE PUBLIC. QOI'] patients sufferlog fromi nel'oir nffeio Stiioo ar iI'frarniit ioc her haiuthfutliis ind mode.ty to i'iiiiONAI,.c eoiltciiii t mediical Ilnlt--olihir ptlleitos tIvePn t tlhe.if Ruif-po...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 1 June 1887

PIIE.HIIYll' IIAN. i1"lr r vn will hli cCnduct(ed In ihIe P'r~ dlyterian Chilrclhe on Sundly next bc l Inv. J. Wilson as followuns : ]Innnun, at 11 nin .Inlntron, nit 2.90 ].lm. IK.atnn. at? pn.m

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