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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 June 1887
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLI GENCE. ---0--Z__ (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, Friday, 8 p.m. In the Legislative Council it was resolved that the third reading of the Divorce Exten sion Bill take place on Thursday next. In the Legislative Assembly, after the formal business, the Premier moved the second reading of the Government Railways Bill, during which he stated that the rail. ways this year would realise a net profit of 3A" per cent. He was followed by Mr. Lyne, and the debate 'was then adjourned till Tuesday. Mr. W. F. Schey gave notice to intrsduce next Friday a Bill to give parlia mentary franchise to members of the police force and permanent artillery, and all others labouring under disability by the Voting Act. The Public Schools Midwinter holidays will extend from the 13th Juno to July 2nd incluisi-e, in commemoration of the Jubilee. The German Squadron of four ships of war arrived in harbour yesterday. The commander of one, the "Olgat," died of ap. poplexy shortly bef...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 June 1887
~'8LEYAN. Rerdoea will be oonductoadin tiho.Vealeyan Cturob,'on uanday next, s follows : NNItaL, at 11 n.m.,-?v. ]0. t, Olranon I?Nu, at 7 p,r,--lov. It , . IOWOs Jamnloro, at 11 aa.m.n-Rv. P.. U. Iwowe Jnmberoo, at 7 p tm.-Mr. A. itltecor Old Placen at 2.80 pam.--lev. . It. BIoawe torrnlgollg, at 11 a.m.-Mr. A. lCllother. Oe:ringong, at 7 p.m.--llev. O. It. Olnaaon Foxa-rmad, at 7 pnm.-- r. V, Coloks 8htllharbour at, 11 nam.-Mr. (?. A. Sonerllrio FShllharbar at I7 pa.m-Mr. W. CornIford Mr. A. flontaehr will condlct service at Mr. Noblea Sddelobaol, on Smday next at 2.80 p.m.
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 June 1887
OORRESPONDE1'TO. To ,S li RDlITO ol0 TJ11I KIAMA lIEI'OIIT?II. SUi,-Radlnllig through yo0r roport of thlu Sout COont Rald Wunw OCindun Oompany's nmuting I notioo Mr. Dymook statoa tlht thoy (tho abovo company) hlav boon Ilho thI mn1 of gotting farmors a luttut price for thoir milk. iow I fanoy that this in orranconus, for Ia ai mnttur of fot owing to tho ploulntifol suson country milk is ohUipur tlhn it Ihat bIoU for minny yoars, and uoithio tho South COalt mad West Oamdolni nlor any othor aoninpny olan afford to givo moll tlii tho prnsont iato, Tho prico of milk or any othor articlo is to a Ilargo oxtont dopondont (in tho law of supply and domnlrd-- ndl y argn. inunt I tlhat suppllior hamv not boon bo olitod by thlu action of thlu South Ootnat anmd West OUindun Oomlpany coillunciming this hinnaoh of bu?anuss nor uru thoy likuly ty ho. 'Thu mnro opposltion in Sydnoy, thio chonmlor will bI thu priou tn thio oomiiinmur, mnd thi to a lr'go ox tolnt will full uponl thio su plil, , Yours...
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 June 1887
CONORGIOATIONAL CIIUn CII, uIIRItNaOONG. The Roev. 0,. Ielghway conduots services overv Stumday no follows: forroelonlg, at 11 .m. and I p.m. ('hle editor requests that tho various clergymen of tIheo Aletrlot will forwnrd announOementO of osevivel to hoe 0ld feom theno to thno In their lchurehoo, which obtioes will nall oascs be inserted gratial The Kiama Reporter. -a- PUnLIIIItD ILVIIERY1 IYDNEBDAY AND SATURDAY 'lu fomniinG. 8ATUk DAX; -JUNE 11, 1887. ý',:.er
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 June 1887
A WOMIkAN' SUFFERINGS 'AND GRATITUDE, A Voice From Austria. NEAR the viliige of Zillirgdorf, in Lower Austria, lives Manri irnns. an intellit'ent and industrious woman, whose story of physical snffering ann final relief, as related by herself, is of interest to Englishl women. ' I was em ployed," she says, " in the work of a argo farnmhrose. Over work broughlt on sick head alhe, followed by n deathly fainting and sick ness of the stonrnach, until I was unableo to retain eillher food or drink. I was compelled to take to mny bed for several weeks. Getting n little better from rest and quiet, I souglit to do someno work, but was soon Irtken with a pain in myn side, which in a little while seemed to spread over my whole bldy, and throbbed in nly every limb, This was foillowed Iy a congh arid short nose of breath, until Qbally I couhl not osew, and I took to my lied for the seonsd, arnd, as I tl;ouglit, for ithe lnst time. lMy friends told mie tlmt miy time hall nonearly come, nnl that I...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 June 1887
Foe a generation or more, the question of paymet of meminbers of Parliament has been more or less prominently before the country. ' It ihas niobventeredthio r?glon of practical po htios, n F FLETOHIR hIaving recently mvoud ini commieitee f 'the Legislative Assembly " Tha? an. add~ss l~ prseented to the Gove nor patling that his Excellency vill b1 .pleased to cause thle necessary stops to be '.'taken to make provision by bill for the pay ment of niembers of the Legislative Assoem lbly," T'ho motion was carried by 30 to 20, showing that,.wiiatever the country 'may think abou~ it ti majority of our legislators consider .themselves worthy of their, hire. Sin HENRY PAluC? has' always been'opposed -to the principle of payment of members and he explainied to the. Housd:that tohe. ques tion, so far as the ..presnt..9n~$nme'nt is concerned, is as op'..' and that the Goýrnmdn i would'vot oon it according to tlherconviiat and privaqte views. He declined himself initiating the introduction of t...
THE INSANITARY CONDITION OF KIAMA. DR. ASHBURTON THOMPSON'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 June 1887
TXHE INSANITARY CONDITION OF XIAMA. DR. ASHBURTON THOMPSON'8 VISIT. RESPONDINO to the request of the Kiama Couan oil for an ofhicial inspection of the sanitary ar rangements of Kialna Dr. Ashburton Thompson, Deputy Government Melodical Adviser, arivoe in Kiama on Wednesday last, and after a general survey of the town conforrod yester day morning with a deputation of the Council consisting of the Mayor, Alderman Simmlons and the Council Clerk, Dr. 'bhompson enquired if the Nuisances Pre vention Act 1876 had been extenoided by pro clamation to Kianma. Mr. Weston believed it had not. Mr. J. Somerville remarked that several clauses of the Act had been adopted in the Council's by-laws. Dr. Thoril?eon pointed out that it wa noeces. enry for the Act to be applied to Kiarn r bofore by-laws were adopted under it. In submitting theo by-lwe in question it rested with tbo Cuun-. cil to explain that the Act had not boon so ex tended, othewise the Altorney-General mnighlt reasonably take it for g...
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 June 1887
VARIETIES, A man has advertised for ' a boy to open oysters with a reference.' We don't believe it can be done, The Piremier states that thei approximate cost to the Government in wages and sup plies for the "unemployed " during the last month was £14,780, the number at present in the employ of the Government being 4210. Have you any unkind thoughts? Do not write them dowvn; Write no word that giveth pain, Written words may long remain. Have you heard some idle tale? Do not write it down. Gossips may repeat it o'er, Adding to its bitter store. Have you any careless jest? Bury it and let it rest, It may wound some loving breast. Sir Henry Hawkins is getting a reputa tion in England as a witty Judge, Recently a prisoner pleaded guilty of larceny and then withdrew the plea and declared himself to be innocent. The case was tried and the jury acquitted him, Then said Sir Henry Hawkins: "Prisoner, a few minutes ago you said you were a thief, Now the jury says you are a liar. Consequently ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 June 1887
TIr1itn N"0I1I Is ItoInNw.-t-L n9io of pcn 11s ins's hnrl ilisdr lie'iis iiisln gisnrllo by Idlla, 1IIIH pillllf l iuuily is 11'Is i11 iliaod 1 iii. vnys ngigrivnluubIy cy uisip puiin Dr, ull's lii urain Inlbst giant ruowed)ly Il, nl nfChaziusn cf 1IIls ilnd, It iiLt On n ga esi lali,1 IIII1s1 n asnlliy nollns o1' I1n l uIi'iuIn, siil noi1iI1IOR niill blania his nlllinsl nuil'nasa, It hun coilnru Iiiidrad Oflu UH ofan on'lia all liii' IsIIrIIllon nilul npiiilntiin lnvinus lilusl. Soil 1i3' nl iiiagildls,-ui'lv,
SINGULAR PHENOMENA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 June 1887
SINC*ULAR PXHENOMENA. A suonT time ago (says the " Mudges Inde pendent") a farmer named Large, residing in the vicinity of Oooyal, reported to the police that for several nights he and his family had been terrified in consequence of stones, some of which weighed 11Ib, con tinually dropping inside of the house ap pareistly coming through tho roof. Strange to say, these extraordinary occurrences were never apparent unless the man's wife was in the rootm. The affair has created quite a sensation, and all who have visited the place, seeing for themsnelves, the police in cludad, presist in applying the evidently ap propriate term ' ghostly missiles ' to the huge 'gibbers' which have dropped in the house when doors and windows have been secure. The effecot on the poor woman, who feels that she is the victim of an awful vengence, is most alarming. At times, whilst missiles are falling round, deathly chills affect her system, and alnmost prostrate her. On one eveding fearing to remain indoo...
MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 June 1887
MUSIOAL AND DRAMATIC ENTER TAINMENT. A NUMIIIR of amateur performers gave a very succesLetul dramatic and musical entertainment in tile Temperance Hall on Wednesday evening in aid of the funds of the R. 0. Church, Kiamni. The first pnrt of the programme was opened with an overture on piano and cornets, followed by the comedy of " Slalier and Crasher," which having thle merits of sprightliness and brov it'y ~nd coming well within the cnmm plis 'of the various actors gave every satisfaction. There was not a very great denl in the plot, which went to show that a faint heart. is not likely to win a fair lady, and that any courage, even if it be only of the Dutch order, is preferable to a tbtal absence of that qnnlity supposed to be flmjir~nt in every Briton; also that the next best, thing to pos sessing courage is to pretend that you have it, or at least as far tie practicable to justify Rosa Blowlhnrd's decision that " thie Iman who gets married can't be a coward," Following were the d...
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 June 1887
MEETINGS TO B3E H11EL Polbaont AlliMho teoeot Jitof . . No. 12. L.O.L., noe Jily 5, nat #.$ No. 115, L.O.I., tnmcts Jlly 4, at 7.00. No. 'O, L.O.. otheat Julyl , at 7 pan. No. 14(1. L.O.h., mncot July? , It 7.2I pin. Sons of 'enripcr;nco, No. 27, moots Juno 15,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 June 1887
JOHN STEWART, Aucletioneer, AND COMMISSION AGENT, BROUGHTON. FOR S A'LE. T WO LARGE GALVANIZED IRONTANKS which will hold each about 1600 gallone. T'hese tanks were made extra strorng for holding water for the gasometer. Price £10oeach, cash. Regular ptioo, about £15. S. MAJOR, 312-86 The Areade. KIJERAN, RYAN, Solicitor, etc. . - OFFICES: Terralong Street, Kiama: 3.23.87-.. GEORGE WALKER, Undertaker, Cabisnet-maker, Upholsterer. &c., K I A M A. Funerals conducted in any part of the dis trict at modetate charges. JOHN RITCHIE, SHIP AND COMMISSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL PRODUCEI MIEROTIANT, Caledonianl Whart, Sydney. Strict Attention given to Returns., 7-31.86-y "Diseased Nature oftentimes breaks forth in etrango eruptions."-Act ili, Scene 1. TO THE PUBLIC. O1ME Ipatiinls allrforihg from nervous nffec. - tints are afaild froml sheer hanshfnllnees fnd mllloesty to I?atsoIINALo.lY eonmelt a medical nll--otlher patientls ave int the self'- poRessi'On and coolslr when !l ill the cons...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. FIRST SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 June 1887
SE 1L I G I o 0J U :S CIlUIICII OF ENGLAND. FIIST SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY 'Clu.t Chlurch, KlURnn,at 11 n.m.--?f. , 0. ,endnll. Christ ChLurch, 7 p..--liov. J. II, Price. Subject: Th? S. Ooepo','errn?ngong, at 11 nanm.-Ioly Communion Rev. J. If. Prioo Servona will be eondioted In tho Church of ]Englad ,Taelberoo, nnd Ehellmrbour , by Dir. J. lIolbrook on Sunday next, an follows:" Shellharbour, at 11 n.m. Jamberoo, at 7 p.m.
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 June 1887
SLOCAL AND DISTRIOT NEWS. lMii.. JonN B3LAcKWOOD has been appointed teachielrff,the public school at Yorriyong. TittiFiirimomeotor registered only a few do gr~ bov'b vo 'freezing point in Kiinma on Mon N~~ liern that a font-race has been arranged toi6alco plane on the 21st instant between Mr. G;J.'Prott, and Mr, 0. 0 . Doit., MB. ALFRED Woon, piano and organ tuner (from W. H. Paling & Co.'s, George-street, Sydney), is in town, and may be consulted at Mrs. Jackson's, Manning-street,. TuB residents of VGoulburn irel-rotcsting against the oroction of the now?t6wn-hall,' pro posed by the council, prefIerii''gtliat'the prinol pal stiouts be put in propr&lt;.,bIbFd~r.' A TrLKoaIlA was recl?iVdd'Yestoirdiy by Mr.. D. G. Riohardson, tdcachllif oftlhe'Kiama Public. School, from Mr. J. 0; Mayiard,: Chiief: nspoo tor, as follows :-" Schools close t~q?ay for extra week. Pleaso notify to any uTilcn ." '.a Tno steam-collier' Warata, owned by the WaTatah Coal Company and employed i...
KIAMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. JUNE 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 June 1887
CIIAMA MUNICIPAL. COUNCIL.i Jwx 11). PasasNrx:--Tho M?ayor (H. F. Noble, Esq.) and Aldermen Simnmons, Somerville, Craig, OCle, hi, King, Love, and H. Fredericks. Corresponidenco was received from the Com inisioner for Roads stating that the portion of road from the foot of Jatnboroo Mountain to the junction with the main South Coast road would, after completion of repairs now being done by Government, be placed on the samle footing as the portion between the mountain and Moss Vale, and that the Council would have to main tain the whole road. Froum Messrs, Waugh and Josephson re five sets of wheels and axles supplied to Council of wrong gauge, stating that they had relied on the quotation of a Sydney imspurting house for wheels, &o,, of 3ft. in., gauge, and oil receipt of Council's order had merely instructed them to deliver, and the error was entirely with thosm (the original suppliers), and would be rectified by the supply of longer axles free of expense to the Council. The...
COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 June 1887
0 MM R 0IA L. South Coast and West Camdeln Co.oporativo Company (Limited.) Following aoe thie quotations : l]atlor, lt, per lb ................... 0 0 0 to 0 1 0 Factory ditto .............................. 0 0 10 ,, 0 1 I4loao, peru l| ............................. ,, 00 0 08 (Clrewordilo . 0 02 ~ 0 0 0 ' ll , per to................... ....... 17 0 0 , 18 0 0 colt Sk.i. , orb ....... ........... 0 1 0 0 1 0 Co ve ti ............................... 0 7 0 , 01 0 ides ....................................... 0 0 2 ,, 0 0 ,hoize, per l irth l ........ ....... ...... 0 0 4 , 0 4 0 o?lon lhly, per ton ..................... 410 0 0 0 0 L. ?r;roe Ila y, 11er tel .................. t 0 0 , 4 0 0 Pottoes, per toll..................... t 10 0 4 0 0 Fowls, per polr ............................. 2 ,, O 0 ll hks, perI l ir ........................... 0 I 0 , 0 4 0 tl ?eo, per pair.l.......................... 0 ,, 0 0 0 'J'urkeys, per pitr.................... 0 . 0 0 li 0 Elggsoper dozol......... ...
PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 June 1887
On 'Ti'iosday tho Payment of Tonmbeors 13ill was revd aI first thite. Thie second reading is set Idown for' the 22nd inst, Mir. Burns admitted that youths of 18 and 10 wore employed on thu rail way in working thle block systiem, though only on the lllawarl'rL lineiio. The Assembly resolved to consider the iqus thin oc f placing ai olin jut exeeoding .£5000 on the Additioual Estiamates as a rowiurd to the discoveror of a successful schonm of city suw Thl'o Government totally deny the rtnlour thlat any s1'118e ws resorted to tot prevent tihe lIn employed workiig at the National Paik reach ing town in tinmo to vote at the South Sydney election, Speakling on Mr. Crrouch's motion in rofor once to expenditure on pihlic roads, tihe Minis trt' for Lads adlvlsed Ilho withdrawal of the mition ill view of the fact that the (love'rinent intended to shortly introduce a Local Govecrn melt Bill. ltr. Vaughan intor'jectcd -" Aftor 20 years ;" canning that as Local GovUernment Bill wsould he Introdu...
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 June 1887
LATEST TELEGCTAPHIC INTELLI GENOE, (ROMt OU1 OWN COIIIEISPONDIINT.) SYDNEY, Friday, 8 p.m. In the Legislative Council a motion was moved by Mr. SaloiUons declaring the loy alty of the colony to her Majesty, which was carried amidst cheers. In the Legislative Assembly Mr. Cope land moved the 'adjournment of the House to discuss the propriety of closing the thea tres on Sundays.. The discussion lasted till 11 o'clock. Sir Henry Parkes moved a resolution of loyalty to the Queen, which was seconded by Messrs. Dibbs aind Want, and was followed on till 2 o'clock, when the ]ionso adj loulred for refreslnhmnt. On ro turning the debate was resumed. Soveral ineimbers rose simultaneously, but the Speaker gave preference to Mr. Bowes, who moved that the question be now put. Im-. mediate cries of dissent arose fL'om the Oppo sition, and a scene of great disorder ensued, after which the motionl was carried by 0544 to 13, when a scene of greater excitement occurred. The whole of the Opposition, af...