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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 June 1887

FUNERAL   The friends of the late Mrs. John Green-   wood, are respectfully invited to attend her funeral. The remains to leave her late re-     sidence, Gerringong road, on SUNDAY AFTER-   NOON NEXT, 19th instant, at 2 p.m. GEO. WALKER,   6.18.87.1. Undertaker.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 June 1887

*WHY AM I 80 MISERABLE? Po wonk and nlanglid ? Whyuclih beartburns taml pnis in tile mnollalI, li(C1 a8'ityi', anld aicli nII ulnplrlsainit tanto ill theu Ioiill uh Why at times Hlcll 11 gtilai\ring a ppntilc, lnd thenll anain mchl dimtlishl for food? Why in tli miind ru fPequentlly irritible,despondimr, uuilnn chloly, and tlejuctile ? Why dol uH onlu ,ofLn foul under; the nppirelioiniuo of some0 imagiinry daciger, ndr slart at ally unexpected lllIie, le comningll ngilaled ai tha)igh some greoat chablinity wal iIiplndinililg? NiWht in tliu nlanlling of these dull, sick lhead1chst ; those violnll pilpi tntiui tl of tl hleanrt, iiis feverish rLH'tl11ss1n88H , thles nIlilgh sweat( s ; this distulll id nl and dromy sleepu, which briiigs u? refreshing, rentt, lbit only iionniniII anI d mutttliingý,i aid 'thlo lhorrorB of tlhe lnighl;tino ? ' liho anls\'wr iB : Thiseo are but 1h) H1sypl)oni of Indigention or Dys.pepsia-llh Iueginnling IlnI the foreorun'tnr of anllllt every otlier hIinIal ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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JUBILEE IN THE OLDEN TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 June 1887

JUBILEE IN THE OLDEN TIME. Tuin Daily News says --Thoro seems to be some uncertainty about the exact derivation Iof the word Judileo. Mr. ]Iright, in a spleech recently made, says that it "comes from a Latin word that means a joyous shout, or a shout of congratulation," This may be so, but the word is found in the Hebrew, and it waits from the Jews that the Jubilce of 50 years has come, down to us, The word in llubrew is also derived frollm a root in that language, The let toers which represent the word are in their English equivalents 1UBL-this is without the vowel sounds, but the identity of the word is clear enoough. It comes, according to Gesonius, from the root 1BL, " to well, to flow," and also "tp shout in joy ansd triumph." Gesenius identifies with Jublieo the Swedish Jslen, "whence the ancient Scandinavian festival called Jill [Engl. Yule], Dutch Jwelen, coumn. Germ. Jodcl?," Webster finds an anfility bo twoell Jubilco and "bawl " and " bellow." All Ithosoe seem far-fetched...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 June 1887

Wanted. C0OAWIlING STALLION, ri ,ihg 8 or 4 years, munt bo goad. 6-22.87. D. L. DYMIOCK. Wanted, .A 1AllIARED) MAN with family, throo or four of wholm Ilnant ho ablo to milk, .Also, younlg 1an1, good milker and bullock drivor, Aply Ito GRAHTAM BROTHIl1RR, 6.15.87 Roso Valley, Gorringong. CHALLENGE, I WITT.IAM IITTLLY, Illhroby challongo Wil S Iiam EIllinot, Inlatof tho s.n, Potorholroughl, to remain undetr waterl the onzgest ihno for a stako of frolll £10 to £25, plan anld 111on l y at the Kinlua HIolel, 6.25.87.1, Kiamna Rifle Association., TIrII Qunrltorly Prizo hoeling of tllho hove will takeo Ineoo on WEDNESDAY NEXT', 20thll it., colimmencing at 11 o'cOlek. I, II. HIONEY, 6-25?87.1 HIon, So,. 'Th Troeasury, Now South Waloe, 15th Juno, 1887. Contracts'for the Publio Service. FORAOlal 01L ''111) P1l0o10, rNOTION, in horoeby given that tlldara will bo reuolveod at this Ollco ullntil noon of 'IIURSI)AY, Ilth 141h July next, for alllllh ilg FIorageo Suppliuo requrll d alt vOaious PIo...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 June 1887

VARIETIES. It is understood that the fi+eling amongst meml ers of the Assembly is generally in favour of removing the clause from the Pay iment of AlMeblers Bill, which fixes the date of thIe asselmbling of the next Parliament as that on which the measure comes into force. The result of the re-examination of the South Sydney ballot papers is to give the protectionist candidate the satisfaction of knowing that the majority obtained over him by his opponent was exactly what had been at first reckoned. For this piece of consolation he is, however, obliged to pay £20. Mr. Nicholas Weeks, secretary to the Grand Lodge of Freemasons of Now South Wales, died suddenly in Sydney on Satur day, 11th instant, at the residence of Dr. Tarrant. Sevoral invitations to the funeral were sent to brethren in Braidwood, but ar rived too late to allow, them being in Sydney in time. The late Mr. Weeks was buried with masonic honours. The Queen's Jubilee was celebrated in Philadelphia. By order of the Sons ...

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WOMAN AND THE NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 June 1887

WOMAN AND THE NEWSPAPER, S?du takes it up hurriedly and begins to scan it over rapidly, as though seei wore hunting for somen particular thing, but she is not She is meroly taking in the osbscure para. grnphs, which, she believes, were put in out. of-thi.way.places for the sakl of keeping her fronm seeing them, As she linishes each one liar. countenine brightens with tho co mfort. Sbhlo refluetions that shu has outwitted the ediftor and the whole race of non, for she ohlidslhes a belief that ntwspnpers are the nnoeuiioe of her sex, and the editor hmr chief tppressor. She never reads the head lines tuid the largo telegraph lines she never soos, ,Mhe isgreedy for local news, and devonIrs it with keunest relish. Marriages and duathlis are always intitirestlng reading to her, and advertisellents are oxciting and stlii lating. MiSh pays particular attention to anythilng nilllosed in quotation mlarks, and ceolsiders it rather hbtter authority thani anything 1h rst handed, The columlns in ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 June 1887

WliSLEYAN. Serinaon will 1 eonndnetad in 'tha Wouleyan Church, on Sunday next, no follow : Kiama, at 11 am.--Tiev, 11 1. l owes Kilna, at 7 p.m,-leer. 11 ti. lNowoe nlnmberao, nt 1 lam-11r. 0. iti. (Ilastni ,Jnmhlernn, nt. 7 pan,--Mr. 0. A. Snnmervilln Old Plceo at 2.0 p.m.--Mr, n. A. fiomervrllle (Oerringolgn, t 11 n,m,--Mr, T. (rhlam Oernlnge1, at? pm.-tierv. 0. i. Olnanan Fonaroua, at 7 pn.m--M.,. . (.rm?lam lhellhnrhlonr at, 11 anm,--Mr. r . Finlnyoau A?hllhnrlmur, at 7pm,--Mr, A. Flet.lher tev. O, 11. Olr?snn will connoet ervice nt M?r. Nobles addlobnckr, on SRnday next aLt 2,30 ?,.m.

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JUBILEE DINNER AT THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOLROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 June 1887

JUBILEE DINNER AT THE1 CHU?UtCH OF ENGLAND H00OOLROOM. ON Tunesday ovoning Iast, llntd in harmony with the festivitieso of the dlny, a Jubileo dilnner wa. served IIin the abovenamod suloohlroom at about 6 p.m. Thu tnbles, whcic were well Indlon with nn nntle supply of roast joilnts, poultry, anid a variety of colnfections, werce well I)pntrolnised by c?cioe 162 visitors cntd l'iendis Vi, who did justice to Ilthe provisions, yet there was enough, for all, anda c sOnIe fIc'rgmIIIuIent remainedillol, C(JoideralIlo praiso i certainly dunlo to the followilg larlion who took charge of thfls d(epartment trocm In ginnilng to end, noI ely, lMrs. l'rice, wife of the inemlllcent, .Mlosdntlios Wh',clclci'ron,Oefto, lMajor, Keldall, Prott, Groy, and Thos. Kundall ; also thlice isec Pike, Ilihtl, Browvn, and Minnlie Grey. After thie Ipleasurce of the rtiepast camel tho mosrtpractical part of the busineio of tl.e vcnl. ing Mr. G. I. 8efl'tn came fo trwardc to the school atops and ?tated tha Il h h...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 June 1887

CONGRIFOA7TIONAL CTTIUnOI, EUTlnn IONO. Tho Rev. G. Heigihway condncta services eveo r nnlay as follows:- Gerronyinng, t 11 aim. Anl? p.m. [Timo itdl"r requostR tlat the i Mrlonnelergymen of tih dt trlnl will forward nnonneeomont nf ser'rvlee to he held from time to tinho In their churchcs, which notioee will In Al cas hle inserted gratis.1 The Kiama Reporter. -o PUILISIIHD nViRY WiDNEaSDAY AND BATU IDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1887.

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NEW POSTAL REGULATIONS FOR PACKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 June 1887

NEW POSTAL REGULATIONS FOR PAIETSB, Oun local Postmaster has drawn our attcn. tion to a notice issued by the Departmlent on the Ith instant., containing the amended regulations and rates of transmission of packets and books by post. The new regulations come into operation on 1st July next. Packets in covers must have the cover en. tirely open at end ohi side, so that the con tents may be easily withdrawn for oxarnina tion. Accounts, receipted or unreceiptedl, may be forwarded at packet rates, but remarks such as " A cheque will okiige," or " With thainks," or any printed communication. in the nature bf :a hltter will render them chargeable as lett6rs. All packets containing jewellery or articles of high value must be registered, or they will be ollicially registered and charged double registration fee on delivery. Ollicers of the Post Olfice may examine the contents of any packeets for the purpose of ascertaining whether they are posted in accordance with these regulations. These. r...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 June 1887

Tes laying of the foundation stone of tile St. Leonard's (North Shore) Cottage Hoe pital on Saturday last was a congenial task to Sle HII'IuNRx PAIRKES, whose interest in the matter of hospitals is well known. On the occasion referred to it was natural that he should revert to the great exertions put forth in the old country, more especially during the present generation, for the relief of suffelring humanity. A hundred millions sterling have, we are told, been spent in England during the last thirty years for in creased hospital accommodation and the im provement of 'sanitary-ar rangements, the ro. result being to add three years to the aver-' ago duration of human life in that country. Improved food supply has had much to do with this prolongation of life, Not morn than two generations ago;;,,as SIR HENRY PAnKEts puts it, " men were born, lived, struggled and died, m\ho never at any time had a fair quantity of food." lMutirAILu,, the latest and best authority on the point, shows t...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 June 1887

LATEST TELECGAPHIO INTELLI GENCE. (FROM OUR OWN CORIRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY. Friday, 8 p.m. In the Assembly the Third reading of the Customs Duties Bill was carried by 31 to 13. The Tobacco Duties Bill was pirtly considered in Conulniittee, a further debate is expected on Monday. The House ad. journed at 1 o'clock. The 'Frisco mail ,steamner Zealandia has arrived in Auckland. The steamer Pathain brought 143 Chinese from Hong Kong. 3800 men( are now employed on the Go vernment relief works. The following are the winners in the Liverpool Jockey Club Races :-H-]andlicap, Rosethorn; Auction Race, Le Prix ; George's River Handicap, Elsie; Sale Race, Sir Garnet; Amateur Welter Ilandicap, Granny, Another hody of an infant has been found on the Bondi beach in a hag. M lolhourno, Thursday. Major Ind, of the Permanent Artillery, is dead. 20,000 chil'lren were entertained in honor of the Juhilee. N. O. Wood, the hicylist, is co-respondent to the divorco case Marshall v, Marshall. The damages are l...

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KIAMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. JUNE 23. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 June 1887

XIAMA i M NUOIPt.L COUNOIL.i JuaP 23. Pamsauc' :-The Mayor, (11. F. Noble, Esq.,) end Aldermen Simmonus, Somerville, Cole and Love. Minutes were read of a special meeting coan voend for Saturday, Ilth instant, at 8 p.m., to considcr the anggestions of the Government Deputy Medical Adviser. Alderman lMajor only being present the meeting lapsed. Cnrrespondence was read fromn-Department of Public Instruction informing Council that owing to the prevalence of typhnid in Kiarma the Dellpartment had decided on the reccrnmnnda tine of the Government Local Medical Oflicer, Dr. Terrey, to have the earth closet pinn eump tied dnily iwhile the fever prevails na an extra precaution to guard the health of school child ren, the explnses being 7s Gd per week. Atton tiois was called to a large open drain running (it was undeortood) peast the school promisesL and really the cause of contagion. It was requested thlt the Council take steps to, improvo the con dition of this drain. From C. D. D. Young, ...

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THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. THE ILLUMINATIONS IN SYDNEY. SPLENDID NIGHT AND A SPLENDID SUCCESS. THE STREETS THRONGED. 250,000 SIGHTSEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 June 1887

THIE QUEEN'S JUBILEE, THE ILLUMINATIONS IN SYDNEY. SPLENDID NIGHIT AND. A SPLENDID SUCCESS. THE STREETS THRONGED. 250,000 SIGHTSEERS. (r ,bridged from Tuesday's Telegruaph.) Tain halt, the maim and the blind shut out from the nmobilisation of the nmasses lanst night wore most to be pitied. in a manner worthy of an event which can only occur once in half al century, the snmtropolis of New South Wales is celebrating the Queen's Jubilee. It was in. augurated last evening by a spectacle, the like of which has never before been neon, it will culminate to-night with another that will prob ably equal, if not eclipseo, anything of the kind within the British domininis. By a high pres sure of gas and an enorImous consumption of oil and tallow, night was pAstponIed, tiid as far as light was concerned the next to the shortest was made the longest of days. Humlanity itself formed the grandeat sight of all. Mixed though it was, it was placed on one footing-for all but font traffic wac disallowed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 June 1887

AT the Kiamun Police Court on Wzndnodany bofore 11, Counoll, leq., P.I 1., Peter Johnson pleaded guilty to boing drunk and disorderly in (lerringong on the previous day, andwas llaued 40s or 7 days. Tim, polling for the office of diroctors of the South Coasta6 d Weot asnmdon Coopuratlivo Coompany result(d In the olection of loasurs. Kennedy nnd Ervana, tho figures boing as fol. lows :--Kennedy, 407 ;Vansa, 300; HIondnmislh, 232 ; Major and Noble, 131 Emnory, 01, There wereuin ll 080 voters, I1OLTiOWAY's OINTMEN'T AND PITla.,-ThRln worhl rolnowod rlnllOad nres onlenflo lyl, re omlllnmunldl to minors, llnVvis, rand all wvho have to work ndullrgrodlll, Yor vlurn noxionR atmnosllhoro exoHIl, 'VThl minute pnrltiulc of coal or inutnl whluh perlmoto the fliir in chli plncos tend to hlook uop Ith ligR and nlr'tuJIUs, giving rios to brouelltl, nulhlnn nond parulln. Ilon of ltI hearit. Inll ollowny', rolnudul wivll hl foulll n rto anlld Oally used edlloi?Lnant, for thlh ploltrating pronpurtla...

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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 June 1887

MIEETINGS TO BE HiELD. Protestant A1liand6 nid?1h? July 0, at 7.30. No. 1'2. L;01L:, tii?t July 6, it 7.80 No. 115, T.O.L, mieeote July 1, at 7..10,. No. 77. L.0.1L., merie July l, at 7 pn.m. No ,140. 10.1O.., meto1 Jully 7, at 7.:10 pin. ;36j of'i'empetrineoo, No. 27, moeet Juno 20.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 June 1887

JOHN STEWART, Auttioneer, AND COMMISSION AGENT, BROUGHTON. FOR BALE. TWO LARGE GANVANIZED IRON TANKS which ,will hold neac alout 1000 gallnli. These tanks wore mnndo extra .trio,g for holding water for (lioe ganoilter.' ,;'.oProo £1 oc, casl. Regular price, about £15;"''1 ir. MAJOR, 8-2-86 The Arcade. KIERAN RYAN, Solicitor, etc. OFFICIS : Terralong Street, Kiama. 3.23.87.{. GEORGE WALKER, Umndertakl r, Cablamct-n naler, Upholsterer. &c., KI A M A. Funorali conducted in any part of the dis trioata mnodotate chargen. JOHN RITCHIE, SHIP- AND COMMISSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL PRODUCL' MEiCOIANT, Caledonian Wharf, Sydney. Strict Attention given to Returns, '7.81-8-y "Disensed Natnue iofleniries breaks forth in etrangoo ruptions."-Act iii, Ycone 1. TO THE PUBLIC. S01ME pnliCili mull'Tring from nervonia offoo. )ti0 i n l alfranid friiom shoticw ar nhfil\lneRR and mlodesty to P'lIltoNAlLY. cotilt a Imedical .ian--other pItilentl have not thie ol f-|lioc!,nnsi:ii and coolioina whein in...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 June 1887

PH1'i;SYTRllTAN', Bor'lees will bp enndneted In the Prolbyterlan Churcheos on Sundany next by Ie. J,. Wilson as follows : KTamblron, at II n.m. Shellhnrboor, at 9.0O p.m. Mlamo. at 7 p.m

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. THIRD SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 June 1887

*11 E L I G I 0 'J S. CITURCIT OF ENOT AND. TITTITI SUNDAY AIIEE 11 'IITNITY bTi1no Servife will be conlducteh on tnntiy niet in the Clhurh of lEnKlny Ch urrdllena oflnwa: Chtrist Church, lCiirna,nt II n.m-lheo, T. II. Prico Christ Church, at?7 p~.-mllev, J. II, Priea, Serviwas will ho rnnlnelte In t1e Chauruc of Enulnnd Jnnbwuroo, end Shellhnabour, on Sunday next, no follows Rhellbnulwur. at 11 n.m. Jnmbheoo, at 7Ip.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 29 June 1887

HE IruaE has hoon strayong on nmy padndock at . M!iddl Oreoek for the past 6 months, a BAY MARE. If not called for within 14 days from this date, will be lhpounddd. J. J. GODDARD. June 26th, 1887. 6.20.87-1, Aooeptanoe of Mr. Kelly's Challenlye,: I TIIE UNDERSIGNIED, will dive against you for thie sui of £50 or £100, and a nmatch can be arranged at Sawtoll's Hotel on iSatrlay night next, July 2nd, (Signed) WV, 1lJLIO{tT, u,e, PLtorhororugh, 6.20.87-1. Shollharbour. For Sale, FIIRUIT and ORNEAMNTAL Troon, 81irube, 1' and Floworhtg Plants. Apily to G, K, WAhLD)ION, Agoaut.for the Somnumrsot Nursory, 6209:87.12, Wanted, A MARRIIED MAN with family,, thlroo or four of whom must be able to milk, Also, young mann, good milkor and bullouck driver, Apply,,to GRAHAM BIROTIIE8, . 0.15.87 lhoeo Valley, Gurringong, boymour's Farm at Terragong Swanp, Pelor. borough, Shollharbour, By ordeor of the Mortgagoou, G K. WALDEION will oll by auotlon at - KSlmna orn TUESDAY,. 12'rtIJULY, Tho abovo, withou...

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