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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 June 1887

CONOIIEQA' 'ION A CIIURCIIH, (I1flR1NUCiN. Theo Rlev. 0. lcleilgwzy condtcts cerviccs cvelvSunday as follows l- (irronlonng, 1t1.1 Ilin. and 7 p.mt. [Th (Ahdlter requlsI sliat t1ie viciiiion AmVren of the ditzti t, will forwairdil olern si ofiiiiiit ut vte toluiui, he hli1d fomn Irno to tieo on tlhir ohhurchs, wlcth notices will in Ill cann to tonsertod nrttls,1 The Kiama Ieporter. PUBI3lSHED 1EVEIY WEDII)NESDAY AND SATURDAY NIOHNING. SATUR1DAY, JUNE 4, 1887.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KIAMA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 June 1887

XIAMA BOROUGH COUNCIL, ThrIr special meooting arranged for Monday last lapsed for want of a quorum, Aldermen Sim mons and Somerville alone being presont. According to appointment a meeting of the Council took place on Tuesday last for the pur pose of conferring with a deputation irom the Shellharbour Council in referenco to the pro posed joint trusteeship of 'orragong Common. P'ho Mayor (II. F. Noble, Eeq.,) and Aldermeno Colo, Fredericks, Craig, Soourvillo and Love wore present, and Alderman ltaison attended to represent the Shollharbour Council. Time subject of consideration was discussod in a conversational way, the Mayor expressing his views to the effect that both Councils should act as joint trustees of the commou, and ondea vour to got a bill passed through Parliament giving powers to improve the same. That a ufficient sumn of money should then be bor rowed to enable the trustooe to funco the swamp, and construct a drain round the outside and down tho contre, the money being ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 June 1887

WE SHOULD BLOT OUT DISEASE IN ITS EARLY STAGES. TIIE diconso commences with a slight do. rangemeln of the toetnacll, bult, if neg lected, it in time iinvolves the wholo frame? , em Ilaning to killdneyH, liver, pInllcrla and in fact the mctirto glandulnar svolem ; end the atllcteid ldrags outi a nitablo existence until death gives reli(ef from sulffering. The dicease in often mis taken for rl.lhr complain ts ; but if the rodeor will ansl hilniolf the following q( mationi ho will e, ablleto determine whetlher hle himself i ono of the afflicted :-? r?ne I distrens, pain, or dit ficnlty in broenhig aftelor eating ? Is there a dnil, iheavy feeling, al.lorled by drosvainulo ? ave' tihm yom iti yellow tinge ? Does a thick, stlicky mucouls gatlher abiant the genll and teeth in the nlornigts, accomipanield by a dimagreaonllo tasteil ? I tho torneo conated ? Is there pain in the sides and bneck ? In there a fullnessi nlbolt the right sido as if the liver tee r oenlarging ? Is there coRsiveent...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 June 1887

A S'ATIEIMENT which appeared a few days ago in the " Sydney Morning Horald " to the effect that three or four fresh cases of typhoid fever had appeared amongst the children attending the Kiama Public School, inl consequence of which the school had been closed for six weeks, naturally draws attention to the supposed insanitary con dition of the school premises, and suggests the desirabloness of steps being imninediately taken to provide a remedy. The statement was alarming, though we find on investiga tion that it needs some qualification. The school has not been closed, nor does there appear to bo any necessity to closo it before the midwinter vacation. The rumour to the contrary appears to have arisen through some misapprehension on the part of schol. ars who were dismissed earlier than usual on Friday-last on account of certain sani. tary measures then being carried out on the promises. It is true that several children attending the school have recently been at tacked by the favor...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ILLAWARRA RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 June 1887

STHE ILLAWARRA 1RAILWAY, Tnu mcmbers of the Engimnl'ing Association of Now South Wales, at thi invitation of Messrs. Smith and Rowe, contractors for the section, paid a visit of inspection on Satur (lday to the works being now executed on the Illawarra line of railway beyond the present terminus at W\atorfall. The first stoppage was mado near Heath cote, whore the company loft the train, and under the guidance of l ir. Smith, proceeded to inspect the large brickworks belonging to Mlessrs. Smith and Rowe, which that lirm have established for the purpose of lanll- facturing the bricks required on their con tract. Abundance of a superior description of white clay, known as pipe-clay shale, is found in the neighbourhood, and the bricks made by the firm are of the highest quality, being unmado on what is known as the plastic systemn, which means that the clay is moul (led into bricks whilst in a moist state in stead of being dry pressed. The clay is drawn up from the pit at the rear of t...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 June 1887

VA I ETIE S. A celebrated lawyer said that " the three most troublesome clients he over had wore a young lady who wanted to get married, a married woman who wanted a divorce, and an old maid who didn't know what she wanted." One of the strangest of religious sects is that which calls itself the Now and Latter Hlouso of Israel. Ifs headquarters are in Chatham, England, in which town its deovo toes are building an immense temple which will cost 250,000 dols. They believe that they will not die, and that they are the remnant of true Israelitics who will reign with Christ for a thousand years. Their founder was a man named Jezriel, who is now dead, His death was a great shock to the believers, and his wife claimed that it was an accident and declared herself to be his successor. The legal marriage age on the continent is as follows :-Austria, 14 of both sexes; Germany, the nma at 18, the woman at 14; iBelgium, the man at 18, the woman at 15 ; Spain, the nman at 1if, the woman at 12; Fra...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 June 1887

TOPCIS OP TIT DAY, him "pnor printor," we fear, often gnts blamed for other peoplo'n mistanoks, i o ItI,1ak i row oli hlis owll'nocooullt now and thuio porhalps, bu that, in thu Iatouro of thu 3ase, is unvoidabllo. Times have vry iuuuh altorod sinco the Onxtoniao peliod of ty'pngr'aphly, wh lr, n man331,i mlighl ho hold responsible for botlh the literary md tho Ino. ohlnlail branohos of the rt., Now division of lahour' anld Lito rofinann:nt of the irt of printling toend to distributo the r spol)sibility muong ,maiy workers, and this lls vury naturally, though somewhat paradoxically added to thoe risk of mistake. Now.a-days intelligence is gathered up by the ubiquitous reporter frlom every available source, com mitted to the safe keeping of phonography, transcribed into telegraphic English for the telegraphic operator, transmitted usually with great accuracy by him to one or more colleagues " at the other end " where the reading of the "tape" reproduces the original message, which is...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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THE JUBILEE GOLD COINAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 June 1887

THE JUTBILEE GOLD COINAGCE. A Muruot'rNr contomp rary ohbserves\:--'.h cablud intimation of thu intontion of the olli ours of Her Mlajusty's Mint to comlnmomtrato in their duplrtlment the occasion by the issue of a spoolal Jubiloo cofinago, vi., it gold live sovereign, it double v\'cruign, nItlld I dotUblo silver Ilhrin, htn: uoluowhliat exorcisued the minds of colonial nulnismautists. Thu ideal is, in the opinion of the ollicrs. of the Victorian brInch of the R?oyl Mint, to strieo show coins or tokens, not intonded for gonorurl circulation unloss a groat public dumaud ariso. .It is no now thing to imsue gold £5 pieoun or gold £2 pio:s, but s,1 long as the Balnk of England is stable, the publioli ind pLapro more convlenient than heavy gold piocus, and do not care to burdun themol suolve'os with specie. Th 1 Jubileo gold coinago, thorofore, like that strukl in the rOign of (.lorgo 11 ,, will probably rmouin the pruy of collectors. The silverr oinago isn Ina oro ipor tout mattor, It i...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MEMBER FOR SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 June 1887

THE MEMBER FOR S HOALHAVEN. AcCOMPANYING a portriat of Mr. Martin, M,L,A, for Shoalhaven, the "Town and Country Journal," of Saturday last, publishes the following skotch : Mr. William Fraser Martin, member for Shoalhavon, is a native of Scotland ; having boon born in the town of Inverness. On this account he is looked upon as a represoenta. tive Scot; and, as far as racial sympathies go, deeooms himself honored in being so regarded. lie has boon, therefore, naturally, honorary treasurer to the Highland Society of Now South Wales since its formation. Yet his practical and political sympathies are nearly all Australian. And this is not to be won dored at, as he arrived in New South Wales with his mother and father while he was a more child. Ho was educated in the north, whore his parents followed farming pursuits. Of an adventurous disposition himself, he at an early ago made the circuit of this and the ncighbouriug colony shortly after the dis covery of gold, prospecting and digging...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 June 1887

LOCAL AND DISTRIOT NEW .S, Ovrlt 50 hands havo b1oon refuseod omploymolt in the lBulli colliery and now man are constantly arriving. RAINn'Al,, for the month of May in Shollhar bour was 6 inachs 39 pints. Sinco the 27th 4 inohos 45 p)oints havo fallon. . T'.lul proposed dairy factnry at Jindyandio is to be called the" South SlholhavlnIa C-oporatl ivoe ]uttor Factory." 1)Ir'HuaioarlA croup of a malignant typo is pro. valont ill the (Ouudagni district a0d soveral deaths havo resulted from the disease. aTun now Post and T'lograph Ofllces aot Bowral have boon oflioially inspeaload, and the cootrao. torn, Moanors. O. Ford lind WV. Flrost, wnro co11 ilimentoed for the mannello in which the work ald boon carried out. Tair ,Plhawa'ra MAer'cur y says :--Wo congratlu late ourl Soutlhrn friends I n(ont Ioartily upon the olstabllihnlllOllt (If II hospital aIt Kiallll, and in the interests of sufforing lhumanity it i to be hoped that ore long a similar institution will be provided at Shohllarbou...

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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 June 1887

MEETINGS TO BE HELD. Pa'o tant Alliance imnoot Jueio 8, It 7.80. No. 12 1.O.L., inoet Juo 7, ait 7.80 No. 1lh, L.O.L., eutIts Jllne O, it 7.70. No. 77, L.OL., Ijlu.I{ July 0t, at 7 pta. No. 1.10, L.O.l., toelut July 7, at 7,(0 p.on. uii of 'l'ollc?taioco, No. 27, Illecto J. t1 17.

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

JOHN STrEWART, A}ot!'uioner, AND COOMMI'SSION AGENT, BROUGHTON. FOR SALE. STWO LAR1E GALVANIZED) IRONTANKS whlich wi!l hold oanch albout 1600 gallo. Thise tennkl wore made extra etrlong for holding water for the gasoluetor. Prico :l0eanch, cash. Regular price, about £15. G. MAJOR, 3-2.86 iTh Arcade. KIERAN RYAN, Solicitor, etc. OFFICES : Terralong Street, Kiama. 3.23.87-j. GEORG1 W&ALKER, Undertaker, Cabinet-malker, . Upholsterer. &ce., K IAM A. Funerals conducted in any part of the diew trict at moderato charges. JOHN RITCHIE, SHIP AND COMMISSION AGENT, ANDI COLONIAL PROD)UCE MEICICIANT, Caledonian \Wharf, Sydney. Strict Attention given to Returns, 7.31-8i6-y "Diseased Nature oftentimes breaks forth in strange oruptilon."I-Act iii, Scono 1. TO THE PJBLIC. 1OME patients nuffering from nervoun allce. Stines are afraid 'rom lhcoer bahfuIllh nc and modesty to PrtI:nOn.mA1IX consmilt a medical mnn-othelr patiInthave 11 lit thenc)t-possn?I:i and1 coolness when ill the com...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 June 1887

PRESBYT1 itILtN. Svrrves will be coniductzd iI t1w Vrbykterlaii Chrurches oin Sundty inxt by Ilov. J. Wilan ni fulluoiw J(Iiinbna, it 9.110 pl.., Kinmlu. tit pas

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. TRINITY SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 June 1887

IR ELIGI0 US. CHUIRCII 1O ENGLAND. TRIINITY SUNDAY. 'Divine Rorvico will b onludcled on Sunday next in tho Chrchl of England Chrhes biy l(ev, J. II. Pllieo as follows : Christ Chuirch, lll{utn, at 11 a.m.-Morning Pryer.-holy Comnmnion. Clirnet Church, 7 pan.l-Evenin Prayer Sp cita Collection morning and evening in aid of Church Boelty,. Crowley Forest, at '2.10 a.mn--len . J, ]i. Price Sit. Ovoo?e's, aerlugong, at '2LU0 a,.--1Mr. 1. 0. ]fendoll Services will Il conducted in thie Chutreh of EnIglal ,llamberoo. Ill ShullhIIcrbour, by ltOr, E. CrisfOrd on Sunday next, as follows : ,Tanmberoo, it 11 an. Shellharbour, at 7 p.m.

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PARLIAMENTARY TALKING. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 June 1887

PA1LIAM9N1TARY TALXING. isp word Parliament that is so frequently In our.mouths, and which represents a thing that has entered so largely into our politi cal life, is; like many of our legal and politi cal terms, a perpetual symbol of the fact that the English were once a conquored people, and took the words relating to Go vernment from their conquerors.sTho French are pre-emninently a talking race, full of vivacity and the special talent for giving de. licate shades of meaning to nearly related but dif'erent words. It was natural that they should invent the word " parlement" for'the chief assembly, for what would an assembly of Frenchmen be without plenty of talk ? Our own Anglo-Saxon ancestors, in accordance with the greater gravity of their temperament, naturally indicated the charac. toel of their chief assembly by the term " wit tenagemott," or assembly of wise men. The idea of wisdom rather than the power of talk-the having something to say rather than the power of saying-was ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 June 1887

NOTICE. M R.R. 0. O KENDALL has boon authorised to collect all dlobts dlo to tho Into firmi of Dus. CAIRD 'AND LA\OY, and his receipt will, ib a sullicient dischnrge for namie. 5i-21 87-2-w ., A GRAND ENTERTAINMENT' 1TO lIC IIIlAD IN THll Temperance Hall, Kiama, ON JUNE 8th, 1887, IN AID OF TrII JR . Cr CGY HTJR CH FOR PARTIOULARS SIEE PROGRAMMhE. B. I'G UCKIN, JUNI,, 5.18.87.4-w, Secretary. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCE MENT, JOHN NISB3E' invitog tlio nttonfion of . , h'yors to e opening of 1hi neow Storoe in nfpw days in the prom(iseo Itoely ocei1)pled by Moimrs. HLobLu & Co., Ohoii'sHts, 'lnlningll treot, (iamna, In arddition to the NE?\V GOODS nlready received, nothlor consignment is ox pocteld thi.wok. , General Storekeeper, SIVANNING-ST., KIAMA. S(OPPOSITE THE W\ESIEYAN Oil DIIU II.) 0.8.67-2. TATTERSALL'S MONSTER CONSUJLTATIONS. Hawkesbury Handicap, Run SATURDAY, 10th. SEPTIEMI3ER, 1887, 2000 SUBSCRIBERS AT £1 EAOF. First Hlorso £1000; Sooond H1orso £300 ; Third , Horse £200 ;...

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THE SOUTH SYDNEY ELECTION. RETURN OF MR. WISE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 June 1887

,TEE SOUTH SYLDNEY :ELECTIOU. EEETURN OF MIR, WISE. (From tleo Dail Toloegrap?,) Tout polling for thIo elction of a representative for South lydney to 'fill the vncancy causod hy the ncceptneo by. Mr. B, R, Wise of the office of Attornoy.Goenral resulted in tho return of the former momber, Mr. Wise, who beat his op. ponont, ?Mr WV,. H. Traill, by 40 votes, The election' arnno oo 0i Saturday at the one poilNog tlaco in 3lohnore Park. It was carried on, ea pocially by tholprotuctioniets, with much spirit and with an abeonceo of any sevore friction be tween the opposing parties. It buiono oevident long before norn tihat the profotionisle moant business on this :oconsaion, 1nd that all thol' strongth and ingenuity would he put forth to enatch a victory. Of course it wne evideont enough that there was a good deal of hired sorvice and that much of the lung power was prompted by the considoration of paymont for the day at the rato of say, £(00 a ye'ar but beyond this the defeatod canidiate...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Tuesday, 12 (noon.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 June 1887

LATEST TELEGRAPHIO INTELLI GENCE. (FRO ovUR OWN ConRIsrPONDrNT.) SYDNEY, Tucsday, 12 (noon.) The Cabinet considered yesterday the ad visoableriess of the Government taking up municipal loans at reasonable rates of inter est, but owing to a pressure of other business deferred the matter. A deputation from the Bahnain protection association waited on tie Premier to appeal against the present fiscal policy of the Go. vcrnment. The Promier spoke strongly in favour of free trade. A large addition to Government amnmuni tion arrived in the harbour yesterday from London. Dr. Halket, late of Sydney Hospital, died during his passage to England and when within a few miles of tile English coast. The weather continues intensely cold. Two feet of snow have fallen at Kiandra, and snowstornls have occurred in various other parts of the colony and in Victoria. The sprinig entries received yesterday were :-For the Metropolitan, 64 ; Ilawkes Iury County Purse, "70; I-awkesbury Handicap, 76; Meolbourno...

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COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 June 1887

0 MMER OIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) I3u'ren.--nIMarkot still glutted. A proportion oven of our best brands remaining unsold. At uction yesterday, factonry butter realised from 81 to is 31d per lb, dairy (ditto) 8d to Is 1½1d per lb. No butter from Kiantnn, Wollongong, or Sluellharbolr ports yesterday, hence largo supplies are expected on t'l'esday. lncon.-N hochange to report. Clheese.--Still plentiful, quality improving. P'oultry.-DouI. Eggs. -Very scarce. Following ate the quotations: Bluttor, lt, per lb ................ 0 0 a to 0 1 0 Factory dlitto ............. ..... .. ... 0 10 ,, ( 1 2 ic u., e lb.... ......................... e 0 ,, 0 o f CIeeo ditto . ....................... 0a 2 ,, ' 0 Y' llow, per tol ........................... 17 0 0 ,, 18 0 0 Calf ti , ea .... ............. 0 0 0 1 0 Pilg, alive, per lb.... ................. 0 0 Chlerv, ea ... .. 0 1 ,, 1 0 0 I Tido es................... .................... 6 a Ma~ize, per bushel ....

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 June 1887

NOTES AND NEWS. It is proposed in Now Zealand to levy a tax upon horso-racing and its accessories for revenue purposes. Sir Henry Parkes calculates that the New South Wales railways will pay 3A per cent over working explenses this year, Ellen 'Thomson and John .Harrison, for the murder of Win, Thomson in Queens land, are to be hanged on Juune 13. Prince AlbertV.Yiotor, eldest son of.the Princeo of Wales, is to represent hot Majesty at the Jubilee celebrations in Dublin. Tlhe Speaker (Mr, J. H. Young) has is sued invitations to about 150 gentlemen to a dinner to be given on BlMoiday, 20tli inst. It was linally decided in Sydney on Fri day night that tlie Sunday School Jubiluo dlemionstration take place on Saturday, June 25. The work of cutting the great canal to connect the Baltic with the German Ocean has been formally begun by' the Emperor' William. Judge Tnnes says that nothing can be, more insulting than to call a man a " black leg" as it simply moans that he is a "swindler and c...

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