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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. TRINITY SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 1 June 1887

R E L I G I OUS, CIIHJrCII 1OF EN(ILA)ND. TRIINITY SUNDAY. 1)lvlino oervice will n 1w condoted or ouldny next In 1l? C hor 'e h of h glonlh d C hl n .cI hs by 1 {or. J. I . 1'ri ce an follows: Christ Chulrcl, iKllunant 11 .n.-- nlMonlng 'Pntyer. Christ Chulrch, 7 p.m.--Ervelnin PVryer i rvl"ees w nll l ronuctled In th0 Cnlrmh oh EnoInnd Jolnehw:o), od Shelllwlrhwl, by lIen, N. Crinfordl on Suwldy nexct, II follows: .rnlwhelo, at 11 a.m. ihollhltrbonr, at 7 lo.m.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 1 June 1887

0 0 MMER 0 IAL. South Coast andl West (Jmilsn Co-ope'raivo Company (Limited.) r;Iurrae.-MIarket completely glutted; present values mort dilliel!t to sustain, supplies being very heavy. AL anction yesterday (Friday) groCero bought very spanring3ly, as tsual, at Ind of month. Present quotations :-Factory, 10d to is 3d; dairy, 8d to Is ld per lb. Largo quantities ofi New Zonland butter itn marklot realising Old to 7d1 per lb. actmon.--Priaoe lower. Cleeos,--Stoclks considorably augmonttu d by largeo ?lipmenlts. Egga,-Scarso. Poullry.-Dl) il. Live SLock.-Pigs nlil, Calves in fair do. rentad. Following aro the quotalions : Stter, I?, per b. ............. 0...... to 1 Eneir y diiy , O 1 t ,, e 1 a T ll , . " to ............................ 17 0 ,, O] ....... . l l, ............................... 0 00 t 0, 0 '~l'lhlw ... ... Iv1a t on . .................. ..................... 107 " , 1 0 ( Cnlf Sii1,, eart ,. . 0 ( ,, 0 1 0 lieu, alive, per lb. ..................... O ,, 0 Ciilrr~riei 0 ...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 1 June 1887

NOTES AND NEWSB It haIs transpired that the recent pilot against the Sultan was to murder him. Opinion Ihas it that our " eight" were out-rowed, out-boated and out-generalled. Tlhirteen eass of typhoid fever wero ad mitted in the Hl:Iobart (Tasmania) Hlospital last week. Some of the pIrisoners in gaol at Lauccos. ton (Tas.), when oll-red a "jubilee rclease,'" refusced to accept it. RIabbits are being sent from St.onyforl, VictorLia, to Sydney for conlsunptio, fr'om land on which poiso, is laid. Mr. Blakc, sonl of the Premier of Tonga, is rapidlly reecovering from the bullet wounds recently inllicted by the natives. An imnmensel fire occur'red on Thursday night in the New York 'l'ramcar Stables, 1l00 horses being dest,'oyed. 13y an oxplosion which tookl plnco on Sat urday at the Ubstonsc Colli-ry, near Ciss gow', 70 miners lost tIheir lives. A couple of tihe prisocner: released from IIolhart (Tas.) gaol in commcemoration of tis jubiclee Ilase been " 'rus in " agaicn slheady. The popu...

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THE CASE OF DR. WRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 1 June 1887

'T ~El CASE OF DE. WRIGHT., A'r the M[etropolitan Quarter Sessions, bo. foore District ourt Judge Wilkinson, Amy Thomas, John Smith, and Richard Sydneoy lMarjoram were arraigned on a chirge that, on March 28, at Sydcney, they dild betwlon themselvces conspiro togotheor falsoly to accuse HIoratio Ccorgo Anthony Wright of a criminal olflince., Mr. H. M?Oulloch prose. ,cuted on buhalf of the Crown. lr, . W\Val. lace appeared for the fenidalo prironor, and Mr. T. 3M, Williamson for Mlarjoraln, The prisoner BStith was undefendelldc The case was fully replorted whets bufore the lower Courtl, bitt the faots were as follows:-For some time previous to the datoeof th intlict; umont Dr. Wright hald hbeen attetiding th(I fematlo pr'isonier for a complaintl . On March 28, after 8 o'olock, the doctor visitedl tlhe woman at her house and saw ltir in Iale bedroom. WhIet ill conversation with the( woman as to Iher dinseaso rhe suldonly called out and Marjoram oamoi out fromnt utdor the led and Smnit...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Tuesday, 12 (noon.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 1 June 1887

LATEST T1ELEGAP HIC INTELTLI (FOM OUR01 OWYN COIIREI'SPONIDEN'T.) SYDNEY, 'Tuesday, 1 9 (nloon.) Mr. 3l'Millan moves in thu Assembly to day a motion against the increased ronts as sessed by Local Land Boards. The Govern ment oppose tihe motion. Mr. Traill has been chosen by the Pro. tctionist Union to oppose Mir. Wiseo for South Sydneoy. At a public nmeting under the presidency of Oardinsl Moran to complete thel erection of St. Mary's Cathedral, £285 was sub scribed. Forty-two metropolitan Sunday schools have agreed to take part in thie Jubilee do. nuoustration. TheI Stock Conference yesterday conm rncod the consideration of the rabbit difll culty. 1851 children are now undor the control of the Stateo Childrn's Relief Ioard. A fottler on the railway inear Armidalo was cut to pieces by the mail train. Tho New Zealand Parliament is dis. solved. Passengers arrived at Oanbridge Gulf fromi Kituberley have brought with them 2000 ounces of gold. 7.30 pm. In tlhe action Nicholas -Head White...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 1 June 1887

Fion 'iii H Ilo0o1 in 'rini li',h".-0hlrkn'. World.fnoiod iloold Mlxtlro in warrnhlod !I cluauno thie blnd from nil lnpnl'tion from wlhalovor anuo ninig, For o rl'lfnlln, ?dcurvy, Skln ndl Illoocld Dis?enoa, nmal Soron of nill Iinld, il offeeUI nrao' marvolloaem. 'VlhoaIHneldl of 'lmaiaaahlialo, Sold in Ilotllon, 2 911 nal a kn onalh by CIeli anImH nl Paltent Molallehimn Volulahrn ov?rywhlrno, Solo I'mopelclor, ThPlni LIrolrhl anal llMhlalnd Countimle 1 . in, lnl, Eln?hil -rAjavc. 2-1.8(1 Towv'n l'ollmlyanroyal and ntnool pll s for fo ales quickly rrot nil lrn'ogulnlrilon, alnd ro~llevo the dlisresing y31m plins Ho pleivalenot wmcilh tih anoe o IlaXOn in, - I. noal 2m, hid, ol' all Uoheih Imb iad i'amlent lMod Iohm \n.onorN., l'roa Iaodl only by TIh Lihmcohl nalnd Ali dial?d Coan lius frog Co,, fimnrmln, EngImnlm, \VWlnmoin lO ml aI ll ham W\V mmol lo m IIaoo, TI oao W daleI'O Om lllltl. lonns,-.-Aylv, I.itli I? has been running oin ay frin, for tim lnast ;ix woeak,t at Slhollhanrbo...

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SHELLHARBOUR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MAY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 1 June 1887

SHE~LLBhAEOOUR MbUNI1CTP'L; COUN OIL. ?PLAY 25. Tiin ordinary moeting of the abovo Council took placo on WVednosday last whin there wero pro ault the Mayor, and Alderilin Thaison, Fraonr, MSood, Hilile, andl Arnirtrong. ICORI.EUI'ONJI NC I'. Outwards--l. To nMelorsl. Allen and Tholnas reqo.utl~til4tm he ti provoid sulliieOn t spouting to their Iropocrtics. 2. To A. Cameuron, EIt., M.L.A., inquiring into delay of urection of wharf. I nwards.-1. From Mril. Cameroi n enclosilglet lor from l)eplartment of Works, utating thnt as 0oon11 Its plalln an'e n?nt in th \worka will he corn nmonced. 2. FroInl Kiania CotuOil Isking that relprnesontativo f'lon this Council mioot an equal iutnbu r of tlleirs, innilng timo and plano to dis cuss illnatterlo rolatilng to Torriagnlig Co0ni1onin. 3. Flrom aecritary of Quoon'o J.ublilen Oooi miteten for lllhwarra, asking Council to eus their influence to olihtin tile opolninlg of as IILIClh of tih Illawarra railway as cau be got ready for trailio, &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 1 June 1887

A'r a rcient Ieel.ti. ,of thu Pr greis Conroit too, Eden, it wire resllved : ' Thol; air MeSn I)or, hlii I'lllionat'id tlo hlivWe tho plllu llid lboukl of oreforloluco of the Bovun nod Edui rairlwwy lhid on h th tablo of thu Ilouos for the iippiroal of Parliamenlot; thalt the ,luoiberA puoh )forwrd the ourly conrtruction of the line, na, withlout aI rilwny from luhga to tho port of Eidun, it ia imponlsiblo for this dintriot to copetote in tile Sydney nmarketu+ with the keoon cooIpetitill from IlighlurinOrg vCloniuo, th fr'eighato from huore to Sytdoy being, in sno00 ihistiicus , six timesn ai muuch as upon similar iLrticlus sent froml lMolbnrne,." AI' the sixteenth iIiinnual generl meCoting of thld Mlutual Assullrllnce Sooieoty of Victoril, Ltd., hold recoently in MIelbourno, aI very untisfactory reporlt wais pr)S'Cnlted, shiow ing nInoOgotl olthoer parlioulnrs, that the nu imber of policy holders in niionly 150,000; thnt 2003 policioe were ianndtl in 188(1, amur'ing £747,003, and t...

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KANGAROO VALLEY A. & H. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 1 June 1887

EAYNfAEA00 VALLE3Y A, & ii. An8O OIATION. Toi reopnrt of thl ablovenlmned eocioty rload ait the annual moting hold ai fow woekn igo sHtoates thIit thie list yule haIs boe one of nxL'iety to the Comnuitteo , on sceount, principolly, of the dillioullion ih the waiy of necurini~g l ultlble show grouiid, Thanks 're tendered to Mr. J. L. D)iggins for the very gonefrolus ild liborl woy in which he relievwd theii of tlhit difioully by piloindg his pddockl at thelir dipool. The_ Cninittoee lcport thost iIn 1,0 respect did till Hod0l0ld 1nll5ull ihlow coIle bolhind the l'rst, a1nd thot in tmny portieulhos thore woas n very do cided improvomovniat, All the octionc worle woll filled excepting one or two inl the hom0 ehois, end thu oexhibito ,enerlly were of excellot ooluity. It is expectod th?t when oil ehoims geninst theo eloety nro isettldl thorn will ieo n bhlance of laloult £') to the c?edit of tihe society, nsi thot thn Ilo?;ity i, Ilaniially alt loast £100 bottor tlhan at tl'j ho...

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NOTES ABOUT TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 1 June 1887

NOTES ABOUT TOW .T, [nY A Ail'lA.UI.] BMINo i colplliilrativo stranuior in your town 11iil hlviiiy' for somiell tilllM e t boon mIdeo Rwir o.' stra'llu niIld cIrious doinlg Conlnected with Hsomo of your public 11011, and the sociotiis mid in li lutioins they rupriosnt, I havo bhon on n - qult vice, over finc mily arrivIl h0er to note for' Imyself indications of their little poculinritiOu o? occeiltricitios. [ have boen told stroago thlitl-. in coineotion witll the syntoln of " inworag. " in ogne heure, and in conlnlction with variol:, othor gIreat public worki---Ltho traI'wi y to , il. Also hlav I. licl rd of tlh eoxinmpliry eiflnOr i which your publict ronadl liu kept, nid of tIii inlllielt prillncly run'nllllllr'tioll winch the wolrk. il; thlroon n'e likely to recuivo whiou " (Good th im coine aiLin onco nmiror" llviung liarid Oil those thilns I mlu.1lt confofu I wIIH lirud with I naturl i curiosity ito SM for llynolf oinseo it lei.;; of tllnhoi -'rut non who linei bhon instruili ...

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BUTTER FACTORY FOR AVONDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 1 June 1887

BUTTBR PACTORY FOR AVONDALE, A ruvnLo motillg wis hold on Friday evening lsat at Mr. Ruld'u D1apto Hotel, to take neccs sary stops for the formation of a butter factorN at Avondale. About thirty of those itocrestei! in the movement were present. Air. J. Bovard having been voted to tle cliair, briefly stated tho object of tleo meeting. MrI. W. M. Cook connidtred thero was a11pl., room to istablihll a dairy factory ait Avondale. 11o would do all ho could to furtlor the lmove ImoUt, lnd offered t silt for a factory of one noro of land for live years, at ai rienaln of Is pot alinuIt ; 1alo eighlt acres for it piyggry, :l, a rental to be aifterwards decided uponpl. .li moved-" That, in the opinion of thiis mooting, it is desirable to estaiblialI a butter factory at Avlndale, and thlat all personll willingI to join It Colin)plny for that purposo, be re'luestced to nibilcribo their nanmii with the lnuliibr oi shalires thoy will require, asuch lsharl to be 'i each, to be piid in calla (if n...

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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 1 June 1887

LOOAL AND DISTIC0T NEWVS. 3uLtl Relllof Fund concert at JamIberoo is potlponecd till Monday night next, ith Juno. W\e (Wollonangrie Alrgna) learn tlhat Mr. J.. Martin lhns diapolsd of hiA interoet in fthle Fig troo Hotel to Mr, J, HIichlnan. 'JTH Rev. Mr. IHeighway, of Gerringolg, np provos of a "loapital Sunrlday " in counnection with his church. Lan, of Ulnclnihied lettern ad'lreased to per. sonLs ill tlhe country diatriets appoars in the Gorerneno t Gazette efl May 20, No. 2918. Mt. IH. H. Conue. ,, non 1of our reonpected P. rt., I?ta boon promoted froit the polition of ,0.P.S. at Denrman., to that of tenth clerk in the oflice of thleu Dupartnenlt of Justice. A'r the hellharlllrhollr Court of lhrqlests oin tie 20th May, bh'ore John Otiway, Elsq., J.P., the only caseo wais that of Chas,. Ihlonkip v. FIranllk P'nvitt, claim for good so Ald and delivered, £1 16s Gd. Verdict for plainltiff. RAINFA??L, for May, 1887 :-May 7th, '01 ; 8lth, '02; 9th, '02 : 19lth, '02; 18th, 2'23; 11ith,...

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"THE TIMES" AND MR. PARNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 June 1887

" THE TIMES " AND MRE PABNELL. 1ihu'ran's summary of news by the 1RM.S. Austral, which arrived at Adelaide on Mon. day night, contains the following, dated London, April 22, in regard to " The Times " and Mr. Parnell: By far the most startling event of the week has been the publication by "The Timcs" of a facsimile letter purporting to having been written by Mr. Parnell to Mlr. P. Egan, excusing his public condemnation of the Phomnix Park murders. The letter, which is dated May 15, 1882, runs thus : "Dear Sir,-I am not surprised at your friend's anger, but he and you should know that to denounce the murder was the only course open to us. To do that promptly was plainly our best policy; but you can tell him and all others concerned that, though I regret the accident of Lord Cavondish's death, 1 cannot refuse to admit that Mr. Thomas Burke got more than his deserts. You are atlihlrtyto show him this, and others whom you can trust also, but lot not my ad dress be known ; he can writd t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 June 1887

Congregational Church, Gerringong. T11E Annual looting of tho abovo will. ho hold on TUESDAY EVENING NEXT, Juno 7th. Addoneun will b)o given by theu lRv. E, T. Miles, of Wollongon"g, and Itvl , J. \Vi' son, G. 11, Glaion, J. 11. Primo, and I, B. 3ouwos of Kitana, oom:aolning at 7.80. 6-4.57.1. Kiama Publio School. [1 l roport( commonlmdy oirotulatnd that thin Hc)hou will tlo u losd before tho 18th IN ST'IANL in wvithout aly foundation. (1-4-87-1. D, 0, [ttOlAItDSON. DANCING CLASS. AT. \MRS. 13IlAMtl1Y'8, Donug Bong Stroot, oil 'UIRSI)AY EVENINGS at half-pant sevon. 'l'o)os ONE GUINEA por' qlunrt)tr in advance, 5.18 860-). TV IEIEl hin boon running on my farm, for the lInt nix wook, att Shullhorbour, itwo Springing blito)s, (3100)lch brand.) Ovwner 0can) tIavo n0ano by paying OxponOtSaO . 0-1.87. ' M. OREAIIAAN. Bulli Relief Fund. CONOlIt'L' at Jamlhoroo in POSTPONED to -. MONDAY NIGH1T NEXT, 6th ,lnuo, 0-1.87-2. G. 11, COILLEY, Kianma, ottage Hospital. T li Geonoral Committoo of the...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 June 1887

At the Supremo Oourt, Brisbane, Goo, Brown was sentenced to 15 years' imprison. ment for " feloniously kiliing " his wife. During the first quarter of the present year 178,584 rabbits wero killed at a cost of £2907( by the various rabbit boards of this colony. Diphtheria is very prevalent in Molbourne, and in some places it is stated that the schools have been closed to prevent the spread of the disease. It is understood that Dr. Rowling, the visiting medical oflicer of the Oharity Asy. lums, has been called upon to show cause why he should not be dismissed. Sir Heonry Parkes last night stated in the Assembly that he could find no minute for the ordering by a previous Government of war material to cost about a quarter of a amillion. Lord and Lady Carrington intend invit ing between 700 and 800 newsboys, boys of the private ragged schools and those om ployed in the tobacco factories to a feast otn Jubiloe day. An attempt was made in the Assembly on Tuesday night to tourn the new stan...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Friday, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 June 1887

LATEST T'ELE G1AP IIIQ INTlL I (FIOM OUto oiwN Coln"s POND?enw.) SYDNEY, Friday, 2 pn., In thce 'Legislative Assembly, after formal buosiness, the Speaker announced that Alr. Ryrie lhad itimatcld his desire to move the ad. jurainent of the ilouse in order to correct sine erroneous statements. According to the now Standing Ordurs he (the Speaker) did not consider the matter of urgent publio impprt amce. Mr. Want moved thrat thle ruling of the Clulir be dissented from, After three hours de bate the imotiol was carried. Mr. Fletcher then moved his motion to present an address to his Excellency, praying that he be pleased to caluse the necessary stops to be taken to make provision inl the Estimates for thie payment of members of the Legislative AsIembly. Sir 1. Iarkes naelo ai long speech against the roaeso luatin, and intimated that lie would not advise the G;overnor to send down it itesstago to cover the Bill, but that some other nmnbeor of the Govcrmouent could do so. Th?l debate con...

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COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 June 1887

0 0o M f RCIAL. South Conot and W st Camlodn Co-oporative Cofmpiany (Lhnitod.) Following alo the quotations : Flutter, lst, per lb ..................... O 0 0 to 0 1 0 Factory ditto ............................. 0 10 ,, 1 1 iaeon, 1per lb ....................... 0 8 C eeos ditto ...... ............. ..... 0 0 , 0 0 ''ullow, ,r ton.... . ........... ..... 17 0 0 ,, 18 0 0i cEi l lHn i, e . h . ..................... I) ,, () 1 o 0 l , alive, r I ..................... 0 0 ,, 0 0 1 cale , eL............................... 0 0 1 0 0 ho,,beo, per l?lo ........................ 0 o 0 0 8 0 O lonl ]ultv, )lr ' toll .................... ( 0 0 0 Liruoeno h1a, pcr to0l................. 2 0 ,, ~ 1 0 0 Potatoes, per to1..................... 2 00 8 15 0 'owls, I r p,ail, ... . ........... ............ 0 l ii 0 l)utcbH, pe Illl .......................... 0 8 0 I '1 0 Oe OC, )er 1rll. ...................... . i.. ,, 0 0I .'Vtuk ys, per pi r .......l.i............... 0 , 0 10 0 E g t, , ooer ...........

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 June 1887

PARLIAMENTARY. In the nasembly on Wednoeday night, just before the adjourtimont, Mr. Burns stated that the revenue for last month showed an in crease as compared with the corresponding month of last year of £59,000. The major portion of the sitting was taken up with a discussion on the Customs Dutices Bill, good progress being made. The Divorce Extension Bill was restored to the Legislative Council paper, and its further consideration set down for Juno 9. Under the heading " A Noble Institution and a Noble Record," the St. James' Gazelltte publishes some statistics concerning the Nation al Lifeboat Institution. Last year 20 now life boats were placed on the coast. At the end of the year the institution's fleet comprised 293 lifeboats. Gales of remarkablo force, notably during the mouths of October and December, devastated the coast in the year and brought into bold relief the value of the lifeboat service. The lifeboats were launched on service on 286 occasions. Three were attended ...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 June 1887

WEliSLI7 AN. Seiretwa wll be coiduteold In 1he Wusaleysa Church, on S1mday next, so follows: ]CKtiii, i t 0111 sn.m-lRov. (. It. tilnaoo Mlitisi, at 7 pan.-Rev. 0. II. (ItIsawa .Tidolrioo , at 11 i.m,, M-r. 1). Ftohnvai~ *mbTirhtoo, at 7 pv.,-tlr. ItV. Cornold Olid ]'longat.u 2.30 i..-t . P. FIiuliyai. lerrfnlontrg, at 11 nau,-Rav, It. . Ilmra Clariluogoot ot. 7 ii.oi.-!ulr. (1, A. Haomarvtth, Juuairrouiuis, tit 7 v.1a.-lin. lit 11. Botauc tlullhairlauio at. 11 c.Ia-Mr. IV. (aUs.]( htellhatrbuaai, tit 7 p.m.-Rtau. 0. It. Ullssaoi

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HANLAN V. GAUDAUR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 June 1887

HANLAN V. cGAUDAUR. Tue great sculling race between Edward lanlan (ox-champion of the world) andl J. G. Gaudaur took placo on May 30 on Lako Calumet, on thoe Ottawa River. Thore was a largo crowd to witness thoe contest, and both men wero in good condition., After a good race Gaudaur carme in a winner hy four lengths. Time, 20 minutes 29 seconds. Another cablegram states that Hanlan went offl' with the lead, rowing 38 to Gaudaur's 37. le rounded the half-way buoy half a length ahead of Gaudaur, who spurted but failed to catch lHanlan, who maintained the lead until passing the grandstand close to the finish when he collapsed, and Gaudaur shooting past, won by three lengths in 19 minutes 31 seconds. The wind was high and the water rough, and rain fell through out the contest. JHanlan admits that he was fairly boaton, but does not acknowledgei that Gaudaur is the superior man, The latter says that it was the hardest race he ever rowed, For months past this race has been looked forward ...

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