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THE CASTLEREAGH-STREET SHOOTING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 June 1887

THE OASTLEEAGH-STEEET SHOOT ING OASE. FOILLOWINo is a suinmiunry of the evidence taken (it the inqucat held concerning the death of a woiman named Eliza Borabooin, who was found dead in her bed, upon her husbrand's business promises, at an early hour on the 8th instant, Dr. Henry Sincl air gave ovidoece that ho was called to the (Great Australiun Coffeeo Pal ace, Castlereagh-strioot, to seO a womlit who, it was said, had shot herself; on going to tho house he found the woman lying in bed with a wound over her right temple ; the woman was' dead ; hoe did not then see any bloodstains on the deceased's hands, nor did lie then observe tho discoloiration on the right hand which hlie ubselquently saw ; lih was shown t fivo-chuiiboer revolver by Soiiior-constablo Dwyer; it was perfectly clean and bright, and had no stains upon it; in conjunctioi with Dr. Scot-Skirving: hli made a post-llnortonIt examilnation : at the upper part of tli outer angle of the right orbit thler was a gapinhg, lac...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MODEL FARM FOR THE SOUTH COAST. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 June 1887

MIODEL FARM FOR THE ~ OUTH COAST. Tul.E president of the U lladulla A. and II. Society, Mr. 1), Kennedy, writes to M1r. James Monoghan, president of thie Shoal haven Agricultural Society as follows :-1 was highly pleased to observe in the papers that you had brought before your committeo the subject of establishing a South Coast Model Farm and Agricultural College. 1 feel a deep interest in the lmatter, and would ho glad to forward it in any way that I can. At our Society's annual meeting I also had the honor of addressing the mtembhers on the same subjelct, and from the manner in which my remarks were received I am under the impression that our Society would willingly co-operate in any endeavour to establish so desirable an institution. As you doubtless are aware many persons hold the opinion that Agricultural Societies and Kindred In stitutions should be conducted by local etlbort without, any assistance from the Treasury. WVell, if we had Local Government and could command a libe...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 June 1887

A 11LOUH I? II,,TACIIO IH onoily oared if you fse thu righl mloedcoe, which iN Dr., Bull's Bit. lurs, Th'o heoniche is Ho very uncomfortable and the moudiocll n0 n cheap; do i ot delny, lbut call at your IiPiiRngitIs and get a holte.-AUV. Ilh.Itowu's' Prihts.-Who Inolomoent woolir clhu.kl to a conhlorable extent tlh actlon of the ilkin, nI a(llot ell8\' l irerq 'ird to cnli?oenate thlu body hI, man0 of other ' chanIuel. Iolt. loway'e P11i1H onl be coulidlutly reoiommoiuind aH the eaiest, HlrOHt, dIll IIauHt ien10 111 of at. tihing thig dimhbleh cid without weakening thu 1most dollento or incomtlndiniJ the 110 m tl fooblo, \VWhI fromll frueq(utly,, reculring Oclilli or the inihlation of imunllr a(ir thu bloodl ibo. colne0 foul and the ncratiotlm villated, Ihieu Pil pru1(ent a ready anlld etelltit nIlilnlIH of oloannling the former lld coorreoting tll latter, By' this enlutnry 13proordig dihnsco i1 arrelstod at its 0111el, 1it ( pahll an1d il(onv(nilteV((tI1 averted11, end theI llrour...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 June 1887

GRE AT EXCITEMENT IN WALES ABOUT A IARVELLOUS CURE. Living Six Years Without Going to Bed. M/'R,. EDITORl,-Whilo spenlding a few days a? t the piean t saeonsido townv of Abeay?t. with, c(lardiganulhire, Wmles, I hanrd relisted what saeemd to le either a fabuloua story or a n1arvellolls enlre. 'IIThe story was that a poor sniferer who had lnoL benll able to lie dilown i bed for six long 3'ems, giv'n uop to lio hy all the doct'rs, had hlone speedlily coured by soe Patent Medicinao. It, was related 1with thu moren iilnpliit confidull;ene f'roln t?o circmalllnl.lllces, as was said, thlat tihe Vicar of LlnryHstyd was famniliar with the 'acts, and :ohl vonlch for' thie troth of the inrport. Ilaving a little carlosity to kI1nV how sIclh stories grow' in travillinlg, I toolk thIe lihorty whlile at tIhe village l' Llai'ysttyld to call tlu)p) the VTicar , thi JRIn, T. Ea's, 0d to enquire hoit this woliderfid c 'or 'hlinrgh a totall stlraiger to him, both ihe and his wine mon t gralncl)tlsly o...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 June 1887

R7:SLEYAN" *Sovlaoen will h nnIa UCtd ln (;tir Wesclyan Church, on Slundiy next, no follons: ninuso, at 11 L.m.-Mr. 1V. Cookr (hamna, at 7 plan.-]rv. O, lh, (hItGamro Jumnlieroo, ah 11 na- Mr. IV. Cornfoid .1 oiolwrOmn , at. 7 .m.--lhrv. It. II. hhoowe Old Ihnnor nht 2.8 pan.-MrI. VW' Corrifolrd (hrrrhrrgonhf, at l at l ar'-R . Il. 11. flowco crhn~nogntr, tit 7 p.a.-Mlr. A. Fluhlehe' Fograound, th. 11 nao.-Mr. 0. A. Somancrahlo Blrclllrlnlhour at, 11sao,-lhrv. a. R. hlarsolo

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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LOYAL DEMONSTRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 June 1887

LOYAL DEMONSTRATIONS, T'fo grann loyalist demonsHtration at the Exhi litiotn buitling on \Wetldesday night wae tlth Inrgeust gthtril?g of acti?,s Iehl eilther in Syd nety or in any city in An trealin, A builling capa.bl of holding 25,000 pitreoneI wouhld nit hInvo bIeon tany too I tlarge. Tlise presoet on the plntfornl IncidleUdI htil IExcullh.etcy tie Governor, Sir fletry Perltte, Sir JohnI Riberlton, Sir Alfred St?phon, Sir Georgo lItnue, Ilo., Jllen S9lo. moms, lionl), . B Dalley, PO., Io, 1:0., lIarlo, , Matjor GOneral Richanrdson, iustl of the (Jhliiot minillster, nt largo number of Mu, , 'illd other loadlilng clii'.H enne clergymv n. All tlie reHo lutions in favour ofl to the chloeuo trunl ai fithe Queen's Fffd were panced by overun hoheling mntjoritiues, notwithtlanding eul tihnled ntlom111p to cronteo n Inlf fllnrl, n o, Ploonlutione for the eeootig eonitdtelfd in the nt totlluloe Of ofT00 or 400 olontailelue ned the 13Ilnu Jnckl t., Lnrug reolay of OrUugelolun ndl the Unive...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 June 1887

VARIETIES. Threo's a knowing little proverb Froin the Sunny land of Spain. But in Northland as in Southllald, Is its meaning clear and plain. Lock it up within your heart; Nether lose nor lend it Two it takes to jmake a quarrel; One can always end it Try it well in every way, Still you'll find it true, In a light without a for, Pray what could you do 4 If the wrath is yours alone, Soon you will expend it, Two it takes to malke a quarrel; One can always end it. Lot's suppose that both are wroth, And the strife begun, If one voice shall cry for " peace," Soon it will be done. If but one should span the breach, He will quickly mend it. Two it takes to maket a quairel; One can always end it. Thu latest wrinkle for luncheons in New York is to serve the soup in cups instead of plates, biird the Ohina stores are selling two haundled cups for the purpose. Scone-- American restaurant. Guest : " Why dont't you beat your steak before cooking it, This seems to be rather tough," Waiter: " Beatin...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 June 1887

CONOR0GOATIONAL CIIUICIu, IaIU1tRTNOONO. Tho Raov. . 1Taighway conducts services every Sualday ra follows: ltOlll|!c1lllg, at It na.m at d 7 p.m. [Tho editor reqiest" thatl tei varliou clrgymon of the district wilt foarlwr ni o?nt a o lacto a srofervices to Ieo held frolm tine to timo il Itheair churchecs, whdch notlces wt It t atll oases ho itserted geatts.1 The Kiama Reporter. PUBILISHED iEVERY WIDNESDAY AND SATURDAY lO01tNING. SATURDAY, JUNE 1.8, 1887.,

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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KIAMA SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 June 1887

IIAMA SHEFFIELD IIANDIc1AP, '1't fullowin g are thU nccc tnnoosnod oti srts allottcd fon' theo Kiina.o Athlutlo Oiub £50 Iloohi ciIp'ti ho run at Mlaradun 11 3ill) ol Tuedsdy next, 21st Junu. OIAMO.. 71 CAP. A, J.. Murray, 1Inrgravue' .. 7 F . L'uT'ctt, 1Htrgl'ini'o. .. ... 0 1'. 11. Spinika, 1NOR11 ... 10 .i', Downey, imb uri'i .,. x..11 0. Soaroney, Coiiiumintte. 11 W. 1iollutto, (a)uila ...i ..)).. 11 \J. l'oLok Shuollhnrbour .. 11 C, Olronll rr, il' , C1I1allg'( oo Valley ..,. 11 A. Stun., Cool3 t atta .,L ... ... 12 0:. f'lociii) , (on) *iml.. . , 13 M.. Loo10111, )Shonlhnrhoo ..r .. 13 J. Clumtilo, 1hullhnrbotunt.. ..,,. , 153 A. 0 O.R1'Ldfld, (lul i ...... ....13 31. Molliy, Klrlilt.n k,.. .13 JT. Dualke, (~)Vi Sh llhrbour ..., 10 3V. 131 Onuy, Siaunhnllli Mount ...,.. 10 0. 1111-dig, turrinO b 15 TI. Lowr'y, Broughtonrll Crook . ,,10 IT Douse, Kangarooo l Vally .. ,, 1 N~, 11'CoyJ Shllhnrbc~~lour ., 10 .. Itoborts, Kinitn ....,,, . 17 WV, A. Clrnit, Kinint ...,, .. .. 1.7 WV...

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WILLIAM BEACH. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 June 1887

WILLIAM BREACO, Tri" Evening News " says that on Satur day Beach, the champion sculler of the world, called at the ollice of that journal, and had a chat about his coming matches, Beach is the Beach of old--the same blunt, straightforwvard, sterling, honest John Bull that ho always was, and always will br, Nothing will over spoil Beach, In the course of the interview Beach said :--' Yes, :I rnf in thll best of heralth. I am weighing 12st 131bs, 'ha't is a fair weight; but whenlr I go into acti\'o training I shall co110 d0own to 12st 211,s, ' Are you doing any work now 1' SYes, just enlough to keep mle in order, Someritinos I take a spin on the Illrawar'ra Lake, and sometimes I row on the creek," 'Do you row alone ?' Sometimos Oliflbrd does a spin with me. Oliflbrd is in very good formn now, and is doing some good work,' SNow, as to your coming matclhes, What have you to say ?' 'All 1 can say is tlat I am prepared to moot the lot--larlanr, Gauldanur, or' anryorr also, 'You see, when ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 June 1887

OoM?M?iNTINx on some of the suggestions of the Deputy Government Medical Adviser in connection with his recent enquiry into the sanitary condition of Kiama, a correspond ent to the "Sydney iDaily Telegraph" under the INcoaCIero of "Janmberoo ' writes to the editor of that journal :-" In your issue of to-day D). AsilnUviTox TnoMr soN is reported to' have recommended to the people of Kianma the painting of their gal vanised-iron roofs in order to prevent cor rosion. His idea seems to be that rain water running oil such roofs into cisterns becomes contaminated with the oxides given off by the metal, and ~thereby rendered con ducive to typhoid and other diseases. But, on the other hand, I observe that he tells the typhoid stricken people whom he has been sent down to console that they had better fill up their underground tanks and sublstituto iron ones. Now, the majority of tanks used for such purposes are made of galvanised iron, lMust the people paint the insides of these tanks? And i...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 June 1887

NOTES AND NEWS., The House of Lords has passed the Irish Land Bill through committee. A new Jubileo coinage of sovereigns and half sovereigns was conmmenced at the Sydney Mint on Monday. It has been resolved to repair the historic church on Church hill, where the late Rev. Dr. Lang so long preached. The action of the Premier in closing the theatres on Sundays was unanimously ap proved of at a full Oabinet meeting. "Sydney Society " speaks of upstair bars in some Sydney hotels as social cancers, being nothing but slightly disguised brothels. Alderman Pllayfair, in honour of the Jubi lee on Wednesday, June 29, will give adini ner to the inmates of the Benevoleunt Asy luIns. Thirty Wesleyan Churches wore opened in Tonga after the departure of I.M.S. Dia mend, but on account of a law which was subsequently passed half of them have again been closed. A hboy named William Gilroy and two companions living in Ballarat, procured some bottles of gin and rum, which they drank. Gilroy died from...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE JUBILEE CEREMONIES IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 June 1887

THE E Ut1ILEE OBREMONIES IN LON DON, Tui English news to May 5 received via Sati Francisco furnishes the following with. reference to arrangements that had beten made up to that date for the chief ceremonies in connection with the Queen's Jubilee : "It has been discovered that the Jubilee service in Wcestiniuister Abbey ilust be ordered by the Queen in Council, so a special moeting of the Privy Council is to be held early in May, at which the ceremonial and order of service will be definitely settled. The Prince of Wales, the Archblishops of Canterbury and York, the Bishop of London and Lord Sydney will lie specially summoned to attend this Council, which will be held at Buckingham Palace, The last Council of the kind took place before thanksgiving at St. Paul's Cathedral in 1872, and it was not so harmonious as it might have been, for the programnme whlicli hil bcn drawn up by Archllihop Tait was altered beyond re. cognition, and lie resented the interference. As the Queen enters t...

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TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 June 1887

TOPICS OF THE DAY. Ir is not pleasant to have our soros exposed and our woundls probd, but if we are obligod to submlit to surgical and medical tlreatment we must he prepared for the necessary though painful operation. From various causes our town has lhen getting into an insanitary condition for yoears past, but we have shut our eyes and our earls ind our noses to thle fact till our faculties havo bhee( awakened by anll epidemlic. Tihen we consult the doctor, and whnl we are re, minlded of our nelglect and carelassness, we find the truth unpalatable,. A town with out a clean back yard I Of course the state. m,,nit is very genral,' but who shall deny that it contains more trnth than error Dr,. Thompson did not make a minuite sanitary inspection of the. town, and of Coursei was not expected to do so. That is properly the business of an inspector of uIisances. But he may have soon and smelt enough during half.anlhour's stroll around our \ ilage town to giro him ia general idea of what...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 June 1887

Sor etloinnohi, Hduc Iiondnoho, nnd dizzinuss, Aniuriunn Cu 'n Hop Uillura outus will a fLaw dyson, Boo ADv,

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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 June 1887

-*LOOAL AND -DISTIO-NWS.' Tin, tendor of John Sohindol for £1,100 has boon cceopted for the orotlion and ompleotion of a now Romnn Othrlio Presbytory in Nowra. Toim suggestion made by tho Slinnlhaven .Nowm to have a torchlight procenioln in Nowrn, in connection with the colebration of thlio Jubilee, will probably be crried out, A counm,;s',roNm)E'r to the Colonilt writes :-It is the intention of n Nowra resident to cole brnto the Quoon's Jubileeo by uniting himself in tho holy blnds of natrimony. Tum A'omir Colnnist report lthat lir. William IInnighai, of Broughton Croouk died at his roaidoanco at 1 n11.m . on T.uesdy, after ' col tindal nuforing for many years from in incur able cancer in the jaw, 'The decenaud was woll known and genorally respocted. Sitn. Suorn's, of Ynrraboo, has thli year (sany the Mlriiiya I I.ni'iiier) giowun OIme very heovy pumphins of an excullout uetingI quality. They 1110 not very l1rgeo conliderigl (lie iweiglit, but one hli lifted turned thue scale t 113...

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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 June 1887

MELTUICS TO B-E HIELD. Protesant Allianeoo moot. Jane 22, nt 7.20. No. 1u, LA.O.L., mnot July 0, at 7.30 No. 11, L.O.L., mooto July I, ut 7,30. ho. 77, TL.O... mutis July 0, it 7 p.n . No. 140, 1,.0.1,., mneeo . uly 7, at 7.:111 p.m. HOloo Of Tl'l'iup)oeiLo , No. 27, luetao Junio 20.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 June 1887

JOHN STE W ART, Anctioneer, AND CO lMISSION AGENT, BROUGHTON. FOR BALE. T WO LAIIG E GALVANIZED IRON TANKS which will holl each about 1600 gallons. These tanks were nUado extra strong for lholdieng wateorfor the gosoma?lejf. Priceo £10eacl, cash. Regular plic, about £15, S. MlAJOR, 3-2-86 The Arcade. ,KIE] AN. RYAN, Solicitor, etc. OFFICES : Terralong Street, Kiama. 3.23.87.f. GEORGE WALKFE , 'Undertaker, Cabinet-lanker, Upholsterer. &c., K I A M A. Funlraln conductod in any part of! the dis trict at modoanto charges. JoHN RITCHIE, SHIP AND COMMISSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL PROD'UCTE 1ERCIIANT, Caledonian Wharl, Sydney. Strict Atteontion given to Returns. 7-31-81by ")Disnsed Nntulo ofteniimcs breakls forth in ltrango eruptions."-Act iii, Scnoe 1. TO THE PUBLIC. 01 patients sIufi''rin" from nerrvou nffee. - hUiolls wlre sfridt from inher hashf'ullnes and modetsty' I t'PIIONAO.10 0 ,tonull it I mnediel lan--other'o llienisH lre not Ih, iol I'-pnliossasHi •and e(. hnll esl when i ...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 June 1887

PRESBIYTRIA N. Rervines will bo conduclcd In the Preabyferian Churches on Sunday next by Reov. J. Wilson as follows: 'IKamnrai, at 11 i.in. Jambenroo, at 2.90 p.m. Kinnm. at 7 p.m

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SECOND SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 June 1887

R E L I G I O1J S. CIUICI OF NOGLAND. SECOND SUNDAY AFTEIl TRINITY Divine Bervice will be conducted on Sunday next in the Church of England Churches iR ollonws: Christ Church,, Klaint 11 no..-lhve. J. IT. 'Priceo Childt?uns' Jubilee Senrice, n,Kto, 2,10 p.m,-liev. J. 11. rlcc. lhrolt Churh, nt, 7 p.ln.--l. v. F. . Trivett. At the eveninl HneorvieoL new melody by a local composer will he rlendered by the Choir. Ft. Olcgeo'n, tlorun)gong, t 2.90 ou.n.--[r. it. 0. Ken{dll Cranwley ' oret, nIt 11 a.m.--1r., o. Holbrook Services will be conducted in the Church of England Jamberoo, and Shellhlrbour, on Sunday next, Os fPllows: ,Tnmloeron, tL II n.,.--lte. V, T. Triveti Shelllarbour, at 7i p,.m.--lItev. J. 1, Price

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