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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 June 1887
IWESLEYAN. 8rrvalw will bo conductod In (hoTWecsleyan Chural,:on Bundar next, as follows i Klimn, At 11 a.m.--.oT. 0. I. Olnsson linmn, at 7 p.m.--lv. R., II. 11o owor .Tanmblroo, at 11 n.m.-- ov. . 1). Dlowes Jnmhleroo, at 7 p.m.-Mr. A. elotehor Old 'laco at 2.O p.m,-TW.. It. D. Bowos OerrinmOl, l at 11 a,m.--Mr, A., lotehor. erringonit, at 7 p.m.--lt,. 0. ni, Olnsaon Peoxround, at 7 p.m.-Mx. r . Cocks Shcllcnmrbour at, 11 na,.-- r, 0. A. Somervillo Bhellliarbour, at 7 p.m.--Mir. W. Cornford 11r. A. .Flrlcchor will conduct ?eriioo at Mr. Nobloes Saddlobaol, on Suuday noxt at 2.90 p.m.
GERRINGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 June 1887
GlINGOMONGt 'UNIOIPAL COUNCIL. T'l regular fortnightly meeoting of this Council was hold on Monday last, the 6ith insltant, liand there were present-Alderloen Hi-indnlarsh (who presided), Lee, A. and J. Wilson, Sharpe, Gor doll, and Noble. Minutes of previous mooting wore road and confirmed. COI IIF.3PONDIuroNlO. There was no outgoing correspondence, and the incoiling. conllliicatLions were fromI (1..) Mr. John L, Smith, "PalragonI' clturr and confectioner, Sydney, stating that in the event of the Council wishing to illmrk her lMajesty's Jubilee year by soIlme public demonstriation, in whllich the enlertainmenllt of school childron miay forlm Ii part, he i~ specially prepiared to Sup. ply goods-pastry anlld c?llfoOtionery-fair such enterlninment for a snmall sumn, say from 30s per hundred children upwards, anlld that he will also providO fruit allld lollies if 1'reqlired, thllus takhinll 11l the trouble out of the hands of the Council; (2.) The Mayor of Sydney, forward ing copy of r...
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 June 1887
CON0BREOATIONAL OcIUCIIc, OzuRmINONO. The Rev. 0. lelghway eonduets acrvioes every Sunday 00 follows ;- Oerroligong, at 11 am, and f p.m. ['Te edltnr requests that thel various clergymen of the dlseit sill forward annouecements of servlees to lhe hold frem time to timeo In their elmrchos, whichl no(tces will in aill euses be Inserted gratiol, The Kiama Reporter. -o- PUDLIBIIED EVERY WIIEDNEBDAY ANI) SATURDAY MORNING. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1887.
KIAMA SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 June 1887
XIAMA SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. FOLLOwINo are the handicaps allrktted to the various nominators for the above handicap, to bo run ati Maraden hlill on Juno 21st. They have been kindly handed to us by the secro taries, Messrs. A. G. IRussell. and 0. G. Doite. Intending competitors are reminded that nc ceptatnces close on the 15th instant : NAME, Il'OAP. J. Milligan (a), Terrra... .. ... 2 A. J. Murray, Hargraves ... 7 W. E. Carmody, Shellharbour ... ... 8 Oroee (a), Milton ...... ... 8 F. Lovett, Hargraves ... ... ... ) J. J. Cronan, Kiiama ... .. ... 9 A1. Maroney, Cambewarra ... ... 9 0, Murphy, Coolangatta ... ... 9 W. B3nntie. Nunmba ... ... ... 9 W. O'Brien, Kiama .. ...... 9 T. H. Spieks, Bulli ... ... ... 10 W. Chapman, Kiantia ... ... ... 10 IM. Downey, Kianma ... ... ... 1I J. Marotey, Cambewarra ... ... 11 D. Sullivan, Coulangatta ... ... 11 W. Bellette, Kiiam ... ... ... 11 WV. Lewis, Shellharbour ... ... 11 J. Cronan, Fig Tree ... .. ... 11. C. Cronberger, Kangaroo Valley ... 1...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 June 1887
Tua advocates of Protection in Now South Wales must admit themselves fairly and crushingly beaten by the return for South Sydney of the Attorney-General, Mr. Wise, on Saturday last. Protectionists, however, do not choose to take a commonsense view of the matter at all, and considering that the F.ree Trade victory was won by the small majority of forty, they are inclined to be as exultant as if victory had crowned the great efforts they made to defeat the Ministerial policy. The Protootionist organ the " Globe," goes so far as to recklessly assert that " the Free Trade party are panic striken and do pressed; the Protectionists jubilant and triumphant," and argues from the election returns that an enormous advance has been made by Protection since the general elec tion. last February.' At that time Mr. ToonvY, the only Protectionist candidate for the electorate, scored two thousand votes minus one ;on Saturday Mr. TRAILL ex. ceoded that number by over five hundred, In February the Fre...
THE WARRAH CREEK MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 June 1887
TH3 WA4EAH OBEEI UbDEB. AT tho Contral Criminal Court on the 2(th ultimo, beforeo Ili Honor Jludgo Faucaut, Thlmad Lockyor ploeadd not guilty to an in dictilunt charging hliin with lhaving, on the 16th April, 188i , at Warrah Crook, feloniounly and malicioiuly mIurderd MArtha LmiOkyur, 'lhu prisoner , is ntated to havo slabbed his wifu in tho shouillr with nil iordionry nhlutli Iklifu, beoauslo lh thought l o lhad bhuCii ayinil things dolriimontal to his charactor. 8hu aflur wards died fromi the elffoct of thu wound. Ar, Armstrong applared to prosecuta for tho Crown, and Air. Wndo dofendud tho prisonor, who pleadod not guilty, A constablo doposud to nrrosting the priBun. or, who, wlhen lchargod with the murder of hili wife, said ih was vory ourry. Tho knife (pri-. duoed) with which the murdor ia stated to havo boon committed tli" prisonor chininud on his, saying he had purlhansd it smnin tineu - pe viously. Hlo had known prisoner for about two years, and knew nothing iagalnt him. Or...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 June 1887
WE SHOULD BLOT OUT DISEASE IN ITS EARLY STAGES. TIIIC disease ontnences wilthl n alight de rangenenlltof the atomach, but, if tlg lected, it in timi involves the ewhole frame, em bracing the kidneys, liver, panocrena, anl in fact the entire glandular sytelrn ; and tli afflicted drnes out a Inierrable existence until death given relief from asforing. The disonease is often Iis taken for other complaints; but if the reader will ask himself thfe followilg (l:?mtion he will be able to dietertint whether he hlilnHolf is oneo of the afflicted :-llave I distress, pain, or dit flioulty in breathing after anling 2? Is thloo a dull, heavy feeling, attended byI d rowsins ? Have the eyoes a yellow tingo ? D)es a thick, sticky Inmun)o gather about tihe guml and eeth in the Inornings, ancompanied by a disagreeableo taste ? Is the tonlllo coated ? Iv there pail in the sides and haclk ? Is there a fillness about thil right ide an if the liver ta ro enlarginig ? Is there COtiIvelness ? IN there vert...
TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 June 1887
TOPIOS OF THE DAY. How are we going to celebrate the Jubileoe 1 We shall have no railway to open-that is certain-no Bondi sewer or its counterpart -no now and useful public building-no show to hold or races to run-no anything. But stay I What about the "white ele phant " Will the tramway be in working order by the 21st, and if so, is it not a sug gestive means of affording pleasure to and extracting jubilee coin from our country cousins? Why not jump into the waggons (when completed) and all have a ride up and down Terralong-street, flags flying, drums beating, &c,, &c., be. 'Why not have a jubilee oration, a jubilee concert, a-a jubilee conglomeration of all we can think of in the way of innocent festivity and amusement. We Ma?s' have something to mark the event, but what I There's the rub, The Kiama Agricultural Association have at handsome and commodious building beautifully situated for indoor or outdoor amusements, if only, the weather happened to be propitious....
KIAMA POLICE COURT. JUNE 6. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 June 1887
KIAMA POLIWE COURT. JUNE G. BEPIoiE II. Connell, Esq., P.M1. Edward Mahoney, a navvy, for being drunk and disorderly oni the 4tl ifinstantr, was, fined 10s or 24.lhours. Same defendant was charged with vio lently assaulting the police while executing their duty. Constable Banks stated that at about 8; p.m. on Saturday, defendant, who was.drunk, was creating a disturbance by interfering with the Salvation Army in Shoulhaven street. Witness cautioned him to desist,, when ho turned round and used abusive and. obscene language. Witness and Constable Miller then arrested him, whon he bit wit. ness's hand and caught hold of him in such a way as to cause great pain, saying at the same time that he would tear his inside out of him. Witness had scarcely been able to walk for somen time from the nature of the attack, andl had also marks on his. hands from defendant's. teeth. Defendant kicked Constallo Miller's legs black and blue, and had to be carried to the lockup. Defendant was fined "£10,...
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 June 1887
VARIETIES. Beecher once began an address on woman's rights with this :-"I think that man is vastly superior to woman-as man; and woman is vastly superior to man-as wo man ; and that both of them together are more than a match for either of them sepa rately. The following is an extract from a story of the day :-" Harold leans back in his chair and laughs heartily at the expression of his friends's face, while `the latter softly whistles She has two eyes, so soft and brown, Take care I Take care I &c." We have often heard men whistle, but have never yet been able to catch the words. She was one and I was one, Strolling o'er the heather, Yet before the year was done We were one together. Love's a queer arithmetician In the rule of his addition I-IHe lays down the proposition : One and one make one. She and I, alas, are two, Since, unwisely mated, Having nothing else to do, We were separated. Now, 'twould seem that by this action Each was made a simple fraction, Yet 'tis held in...
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 June 1887
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. DsaiTr n his recant defeat Hanlan intends to row Bench at the elnd of the year. Mnl. It. . JHOLn,?, photographer of Kiama, visits Broughton Crook from 15th to 18th instant. Toie Boga Council supplies drain pipes to carry off' storm waster into the gutters to pro perty owners willing to pay for them. Ti? bad state of the roads about Braidwood has suggested to the inhabitants the desirable ness of incorporation; but incorporation and good roads are not always synonymous. ' ' In a recetly hoard small debts case, A. Talbot (agent in the insolvent estate of John M'Glinchey) v. Robert Haddon, the verdict was given for plintiff. A a'nrrlioN is being extensively signed throughout the Boga district, praying that a sun of money be placed on the estimates to complete the Colombo and Nimitybello moun tain road. 'L'ie question of placing a special sum,on the Estimates for the purpose of repairing,: the roads throughout the colony damaged by the recent rains is to be cons...
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 June 1887
MEETINGS TO BE HELD, 1'roliant Allinco inmetf Juno 8, at 7T.0, No. 19, ]LOt., lmoot July i, at 7.80 'o, 115, LO.L., mlwets July 4, att 7Y). No. 77, L.O... t sot July I, at t 17 p,111. No. 140, L,OTL., ienoot July 7, at 7.,?1 p.m, Sons of Teonperunco, No. 2, meoots Juno 15.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 June 1887
JOHN STEWART, Auctioneer, AND COQMMISSION AGENT, BROUGHTON. FOR SALE. T WO LARGE GALVANIZED IRON TANKS which will hold onach abot 1600 gallon?. TIhose Lanka wore tnado oxtrna tromng for holding water for the gasomtoo r. Price £II) each, cash. iogular p ico, about £15. S. MAJOR, 3-2-86 The Arcade. KIERAN. RYAN, Solicitor, etc. OFFIOES : Terralong Street, Kiama. 3.23-87-J. GEORGE WALKE L, Undertaker, Cabanet-maker, Uphltolsterer. &c., KIAM A. Funorale conducted in any part of the dis trict at moderato charges. JoN RITCHIE, SHIP AND COMMISSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL PRODUCE MEROCHANT, Caledonian \rWharf, Sydney. Strict Attention given to Returns, 7-31-86.y "Dinhi?ttd NaIut oflatenttuina brpeak forth in ah'ongo mo'uptions,"--Act iii, Scotne 1. TO THE PUBLIC. OMli pItienlts sflfrilng from nervous affac otillos Ire afraid from sIhour bnshfllhlllless and IIIOdest'y Ito rI'I(IN1,tIAY consollllt a meditiial llanl-- otl le' patients have not the, ,self-poi w"sai:'lv aIld colllesH when' i...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. FIRST SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 June 1887
R E L I G I 0 U S. CHURCH IIOF ENGLAND. FIITST SUNDAY AITER TRINITY DThinoe Serie will be conducted on Sunday next in Ile lclrehl of England Churchen by Icev. J. E. Price a followan: Chrint Church, Mlam,nat. 11 n.m.--Morning Pmyoer. Chriat Church, 7 p.m.-Evening Prayor Screoo will beo eonduclted In the Church of Englnnd Jamborea, and Shellharbour, by noev. E. Crinford on Sunday next, as follows: Shellharbmur, at 11 a.m. Jamboroo, at 7 p.m.
COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 June 1887
0 0MMER 0 IAL. South Coast and West Candon Co.opor'ativo Compaily (Limited.) Following no the quotations : Imuttor, lst, paorlb, .,................. 0 0 0 to 0 1 0 Pactory ditto ...,......,.............. 0 10 ,, 01 oaes, par lb .......0...0.................. 0 0 0 ,, 0 0 1 heaoso ditto ,,...;...:,.,.,,,,.......... 0 0 2 ,, 0 0 'Tallow, per toi....... .7... ........... 0 0 18 0 0 Calf Skie, .eac..h ....................... 0 0 1 , 0 1 0 a o, r bushel .... ................... 0 3 , O 3 0 Oaten ly, per ton................... 4 1 0 0 0 0 LucernolsBy, Perton .................. 2 0 ,0 0 PotaoeH I per toll .. .............. .. ...... .. 8 0 16 0 Ioalw s per pahl. ......, ....................... 0 2 I 0 0 bu lsa, per pair,.:...................... 0 8 0 4 G'rOer, liar l l a.......................... 0 6 6( 0 0 0 Tureyi, lPer plailr...................... 0 50 0 10 0 E g,lggo dpr laozoa.,,,,.,........,,......... 0 ;1 O ,, 0 2 0 Jun? 0, 1887. wv*.rl..cal ee·'qas
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 June 1887
1111nTrnD PRAnise.-T-llo univorsal praise be stowed upon Dr. Boll's Bitters as anl invaluablo remedy for all disorders of the kidnneys, liver aind bowols, is well meritod. Its virtues arei universally known and its oures o are roported on all sides. Many obstiunto onses havoe,ucouotbod to it after thiy had boon givon uip i' h thn dlo tore, and a thorough treotment will 'ovor ffil ot oure. Sold by all druggistsl-Advt. Foi 'rion, ]3OOLI) 15 'iTHEl LIFlI."-Olari'ko'0 World-fanmod Blood Mlixturo is warranted to oleanlo the blood fromi all impnrities from whatevor causeo nrising. For Sorol'ln, 'ciurvy, Skin and Blood Diseonsos, and Soroe of nall kinds, its offeoot are minarvldlonus, T''housanlds of Teouthnnials. Sold in Bottles, 2s Odl and ie each by Chemists and Patent Modicino Vondors overywhere, Solo Piopriotors' TIhe Lincoln and Midland Couptlis Drug Co., lineooli, Englandl -[rA v'. 2-.1.80 lllLooWAYv'. Ptrs,-Vheon inclomonont weather choOks to a consilornablo extenot the notion of t...
THE BUTTER COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 June 1887
'IHE BUTTER. COMPANY. [BnY sPECULATOR.] Ten people of this district do not as a rule take very much interest in our public insti tutions, unless indeed, they tend to benefit them in a monetary point of view. Then their enthusiasm is aroused and any amount of so-called public spirit displayed as has been instanced in the initiation of the factory movement at Jamboroo, where, in the case of at least one of the proposed factories, the requisite capital was subscribed in the course of a few days. When a movement of a similar nature was made befor6 factories had been tried and found to be so eminently successful by other people in this same dis trict, the movement was viewed with little favour and received so little support that it died it its infancy. But when the superiority and advantage of the factory system had been clearly demonstrated through the in strumentality of other people's. capital, this so-called public spirit was at once aroused to an almost indefinite extent, and conseq...
CONCERT AT JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 June 1887
CONCERT, AT J'AMBERO0. (FRwoM OURt cOOiutlsiPONDIiN'r) '.Tnl, concert in aid of thie Bulli Itelief.Fund by, the Jamboroo Dramatic Club, assisted. by lady and guntlocon amlatturs, and the local Good. T!emplars, came oil as announced on Monllay night last, and tlthough the night was cold; stormy, windy, and altogether unplasanut, thoe Protestant Hall was crowded by, as the paper.l usually say, " ae intelligent and illlociative audioace." Mr. CrOtmnond perforrmed the duties of "sentinol" and. do'r-keeper very satisfactorily, while MIr. George Olaney. attendel to the comfort of. th ladies and visitors in gene rid.. Mr. Jcuanes.(aihani. acted ii the dnal cn pacity of. " order preserver'" nd general stage and business manmager, and the sioentilio iman nor in which he rditi'veud. it smnowhat hilarios. individtal. who was. creating a? disturbance at the back during the prol'crss of the perform aiice acted ais at powerfl.detorrent ill prevenlt ing some of the boys." from indulging iii their ...
PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 June 1887
PARLIAMENTARY, In the Assembly on Tuesday the discus sion on Mr, M'Millan's motion regarding the appraisemonts of pastoral holdings oo cuppied the whole time of the Assembly, The Minister for Lands spoke for three hours in. reply. Sir Heonry Parkes stated that it was the intention of the Government to bring in a bill next session to amend the Liconsing Act, but it was rather premature to state what the provisions of the bill will be, Sir Henry Parkes reiterated his denial of the ;rumour that, fr'o: passes had been granted ,by the Government to the unem ployed wishing to go to Melbourne. In reply to. Mr. M'Elhone, Sir Henry Parkes stated that an inquiry was now being made into the several departments under the Minister for Justice as to what fees weore received. On the Attorney.Goneral taking his seat in the Assembly hoe was greeted with Minis terial choeers,