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COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 29 June 1887

0OM~ERaIAL. South Coast and West Camdon Co.oporative Company (Limited.) BUT'm?R.-A slight improvement in the tone of the market shien last report. Bacon.-larlkeot still dull. Choose,-lMarket'still glutted. Eggs,-- Solling w6ll at quotations. Live Stoek,-Pige very dull, calves brisk, Malzo.-- oming to hand freely. Poultry,-Salling wall at quotations, Followinih me the quotations : Buitter, let, porlb .....0..... ..... 0 O to 0 1 O hcton, perrlbo ......... ............ 0 0 a 0 e 1 Cioor ?ditt .............................. 0 a a o 6 Tnllow, per ton ,,................... 1 0 0 0 Calf Skins, e ....................,, 0 ,, e Pies, alive, per Ib ............. . a a . 0 0 8 Calver, eao h ........................... ... o 1 ,,, 1 1o H ides ....................... 0. .......... ...... a a Maloe, per bushL,,,,,.,..,........,,,,, 0 08 4 o o 8 Oator 1fay, per to, ,............... 4 10 0 . a 0 Luceree ay , per toe,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, a 0 e , 4 0 0 Poiatooe,por to ,..,,,,.............,,. a 10 0 , 4 0 ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Tuesday, 11.30 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 29 June 1887

LATEST TELEG2APIIO INTELLr Gl'TOE. _ (?'o'o 011 0o1N CoIslPONnoN'r'.) .. SYDNEY, Tuesday, 11.30 a.m. In the Assnembly the sixth monthly Sup plly 3ill passed through all its stages, . Bills were reoad a first time fixing the ex cisc duty on oolonial' made tobacco at" s 3d and 14 s a gallon oh spirits.' The Premier introduced into the Assem bly a bill providing for the celebration of the centenary of the colony, The bill was 'reii a second time and the House adjourned(at? midnight . No communication has yet heeo recoived from the 'Victorian' Government in reference to the bridge over the Murray at Mulwala, Nothing has yet been decided in regard to the Nyngan.Cobar railway. The ship Earl of ZetlanIl from Liverpool to Sydney, which was spoken off Gthbo Is. land on the.8th instant, has not sinoobvor. heard of. Over ,£168,000 has been spent during the last twelve'o months in the relief of. the un. employed. At the monthly meeooting of the Municipal Association it was resolved that an appe...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PEAT'S FERRY RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 29 June 1887

PEAT'S FERRY RAILWAY A ?CI DENT. Tne fireman, Pye, is now in a fair way of recovery. " At an interview on Friday ho stated that the train had proceeded a.,mile and a half down the incline befor.t-the driver discovered that the" brakes wereinot acting properly. . , . The jury at the inquest on the victims of' the accident paid a visit to Peat's Ferry ois Friday. They' examined the scene of the disaster, and the whole line of route from where the pull up was made by the wrecked train. Mr. W. J. Lyne, the. initiator of the movement for presenting a' testimonial .to Pointsman Proctor, has already collected £100, mostly from members of Parliament6" The latest theory about the cause of tl o disaster is that after the two carriages weeo ro-attached, the tap which would permit the air to circulate through the train pipe. was. never turned-in other words, that. the brake on the whole train from neglect could not act. It is expected' that the fireman Pyo will" be able to throw-a good deal of ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 29 June 1887

NOT?S AND NEWS. 12,000 troops were reviewed at Alder shot on Tuesday by the Prince of Wales, Many accidents, several fatal, occurred during the Jubilee celebrations in London, It is estimated that £300,000 has already been collected towards the funds for the Ima perial Institute. Her Majesty the Queen formally un veiled a statue of herself at Windsor on Wednesday evening. Sir Henry Parkes stated in the Assembly that the Government had no thought w1hat over of leasing the transways. A verdict of wilful murder was recorded at the inquest held on the body of a child found in the Gook's River dam. Gaudaur wants Beach to go to America and row, or he will visit Australia, if Beach will guarantee to row him here. An immense multitude witnessed the illu minations in London, which surpassed any. thing of the kind seen there before, The Jubilee dinner given by the Mayor to the sailors drew together several hundred jack tars, who spent a most enjoyable time. The fact that the Jubilee has been ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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THE BERMAGUI MYSTERY. (Echo.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 29 June 1887

THE BERMAGUI MYSTEiEY, (Echo.) AwxrRa nearly seven years, one of the most son. sational mysteries in the history of this colony has probably been partially solved. When Lamont Young and his ill-fated party disap peared from Bermagui Beach the authorities at first searched somewhat lightly. It seemed past belief that the mystery could remain un solved for more than a few days at most. Later on a stricter search by more skilled hands fol lowed, and later still a party representing the alarmed relatives of tile missing men welt over every inch of the ground. But all was in vain, not a clue could be discovered, either as to tile whlereabouts of the party or the manner of their disappearance. Very naturally the authorities came in for strong criticism. For many months whispers of foul play were ilter changed amongst those who beat knew tile Bermagui of the time. But the utter absence of any apparent inducement or motive to crime nullified the eflbnctof their asupicions. Now a chance disc...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 29 June 1887

WESLEVAN. Rorilono will ho ronnductcd In 'tho Weloyann Church, on Sundany next, as follown: 7?hnmnt, lt 11 n.m-n-T(y.. T1. t, hlnwpe Kinn,nntT pi.m.-Iov. 0. i, nfltloon Tnni'mbornn, nt, 11 .m.-Mir. A. Miolt?oir .Tnmnlproon. it 7 p.in,-Rpr. n. 1, Tlowo Old PAiNco nt ,l. pin.-'rr. A. lloliieir Gcrrlntnri, nti 11 a.min,-T-Rv. 0. I. Olasnnu Gednirnnnr, Atlp.ni,.-Mr. 0. A. Fornmarrllo. Shellhiarbour nit. 11i a.m,-Mr. W. CoticH, Shcllhairbour, t 2 p.m,-rtaov. I, D, Dowon.

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KIAMA COURT OF REQUESTS. JUNE 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 29 June 1887

KIAMA COURT OF REQUESTS. JUN: 28. BEFoan Messrs. H.. Connell, P.M., T. Brown and H. Fredericks, Js.P. W,. Geoghegan v. W,. Carson (Mr. Connell declined adjudicating on this case.) Mr. Havestoin for plaintiff. MIr. K. Ryan for defendant. From the evidence it appeared defendant impounded a bull belonging to plaintiff, which defendant stated broke into his enclosed pad duck, thereby damaging a heifer about 9 months ,old, belonging to defendant, the damage being laid by defendant at £5. Plaintiff claimed similar compensation for alleged trespass of do. fondant's heifer on his land the trespass being the alleged means of enticing plaintiffs bull on to defendant's property. It appeared the bull ivas sold out of the pound for 3s 9d. Both cases were dismissed. (Before the full Bench,) Wm. Hillowell v. Wm, Carson. Mr. Ryan for defendant. Balance claimed on dishonoured order £4 15s Od, Items of account relating to the hire of a horse and saddle and horse and cart were disputed, defendant admi...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 29 June 1887

CONGREGATIONAL CHmUR, DERRIhC1ONG. TIe for. 0. llelghway ,onduct sorvices ovrv rSnnduiy' lR fllnlw:-R (Trronrnnwr tt 11 a.m, and 7 pmm. [TIio olffnr reqiiniitA thlnt the vrlnaa reloiymfln of the dltrirt. will fnorarl annourmncemta of servlnea inale hold from timr it time In tieir charchcs, wvlhoh naticea will in all acase be i nsrted gmatls. The Kiama Reporter. PUBILISED EVERY WEDNERDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1887.

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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 29 June 1887

LOCAL AND DISTRIOT NEWSI8 We regret to learn that owing to illness Mr. Angus Cameron was unable to take his place in the Assembly on Friday night ; Mr. J. S. Far nell acted as Chairman of Committees in his stead, Tiie Jubilee celebration at Nowra included a royal salute by the volunteers, a children's luncheon, a torch light procession, said to be the grandest spectacle ever witnessed in Shoal haven, illuminations and fireworks. - ON Tuesday evening last a ball in honour of the Queen's Jubilee was hold in the Tempo rance Uall, Kianma, and was a success, The promoters, Messrs. J. J. Goddard and J. Price deserve credit for the successful mannter in which the affair was carried out. A COLLISION occurred on Thursday on the railway at the ýunction of the Mount Pleasant, Coal Company s line with the Wollongong-Clif. ton line between some ballast waggons and a train of loaded coal skips, by which a good deal of damage was done to rolling stock. Duisio a good part of Friday the Clifton Woll...

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

W?iY AI lI SO MISERABLE? So woeak and langid ? Why such lheartburns and pains in tlh stoIlnac, such aidity, and such a? unpleasant tast1 in the mouth ? Why at times such a gnawing appetite, amd then again such disrolish for food ? Why is the mind no ftequoently irritable, desponding, molan chloly, and dejucted ? Why does one often feel under the pprehoension of sollme imaginary danger, and start at any unexpected noise, be cominlg agilated as though somie great calamity was impending? What is thle meaning of these dull, sick headaches ; theusu violent palpi tatiotns of the heart, this feverish restlessness, these night sweats; this disturbed and dreaony 1leep, which brings no ruefreshing rest, but only moanlings al mIuttolilgs,anld the horrors of the nlightmare ? Thel answer is: Those are but the symptoml of IndigeosIln or Dyspepsia-the Ibgiling and the forerunnt r of alnost overy other hllnllaln disease. Indigestionll is a vweakness or wlnt of power of the digestive fluids of the s...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 29 June 1887

IN his address on the work of the Imperial Institute, to which we referred in a recent issue, SIn FREDcnRICor AnRrL sketches the modern improvements effected by applied science in iron and steel manufactures, For this advance, however, he does not attempt to give undue credit to England. Other countries have outstripped England in actual production. The United States has increased its iron and stool manufactures immensely to keep pace with the require ments of railway extension. An ideaof this increase is afforded by the fact that the United States has now one million three hundred tl!ousand miles of railway as against thirty four thousand miles opein in 1865, In the case of the English manufacture it is pointed out with satisfaction that the pro. ductivo power has greatly increased of late years, and superiority in quality has bea.n maintained. As showing our dependincy upon scientific investigation .to effect econ omy in manufactures or to discover fresh material as substitutes fo...

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SHELLHARBOUR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. JUNE 22. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 29 June 1887

SEELLEARBOUB MUNICIPAL OOU1. OIL, Juvan 22. PRI:eNT : The MayorcAlderlnon Raison, Arm strong, Brownlee, ilood, Downuy, flioks and Fraser. ' Correspondence outwards-1. To Kinmn Council, appointing place anld date of meeting to confer on matters rolnting to Torragon? Conmmon. 2. To A. Cameron, Egsq, M.P,, ask ing himi to draw the attention of the Hon, the Minister for Works to the notion of the rsilwiiy contraotore diverting the run of wntor on to road between Shellhnrbour nnd Albion Park. Inwards.--1. From A, J. Riley, ENq., Mayor of Sydney, enclosing .resolutions .carried at a puhliomoeeting, at which Lady. Cnrrirngion and Ia very large nuntber of other Inhlioes:werspro sent, that an.adldreas frpl. tho.womln anril'giris ofi the coloniy; congranllating her Majesty on the completion of the 50th year f liher reign, slhouilll ie forwnrdedl to the Quoin, and that his Voriahip the Mayor be Ilqnerted to commriniii cato with ise Mnayoir of tilhe suiliilrlbai lnldl country tmunicipalities, a...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 29 June 1887

VARI ETIBS. ]Tighly.oduan(td Tautol?, who knows ovcrytlhiu :; "Dci' fault I haf to findl. nit dor lEngfihli speneol is dat it lIns not rdo pi rspikoolty dlot dnar T'lohrinipf haIn, In T'olihornii l wi htl dtir simple vorl " Wisson ollaftliolhtn," violh ii mnlodious and omprpo. hounif. It is dOr naun i kt your papIon. You hlif a RIdl Estato Jourinl." Dot is tian wordl,e In Tocurmamn we nay " Grun. dolignthumzOlittung, in oina. , In your tllrans you haf i plapar cnalllnid der " EntErt'ot,." W\Vo call isuOchI a papl)' " T''lhaltrwcisohonuikalltsz tung." It is more hlautiflf. English is ar vcnic laugkvichl und, l,'sidin?, TcIherloans spoak it nllt wito it putter as dtlr English," There's got to be a revival Of good sound sense among men, Before the days of prosperity Will dawn upon us again. The boys must learn that learnin' Means more than the essence of books, And the girls must learn that beauty Consists in more than looks. Before we'can steer clear of failures And big financial alar...

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TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 29 June 1887

TOPICS OF THE DAY, NoT content with obtaining the boon of railway communication for themselves our Wollongong neighbours, as represented by. the "Illawarra Mercury " are anxious to spur on their southern neighbours of Kiama and Shoalhaven to agitate for the extension of the line to its destination at Jervis Bay. This is what the " Morcury" says on the subject:-" As the completion of the line to Kiama will be but a partial realisation of the Illawarra railway scheme as originally agitated for, and sanctioned by Parliament, no unnecessary delay should take place in pushing the rails onward to Jervis Bay. Money for the coniitruction of the railway that far has been granted by Parliament, and not a foot short of there should it re. main. But it is to be hoped that the in habitants of the southern end of the dis trict do ,not, and will not, expect those of tie northern portion to do the pushing for ward of that part of the line, as they have had to do regarding the length from Sydney to ...

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CONCERT AT JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 29 June 1887

CONORT AT JAMBER00. (FROM OUR CORRESS'ONDEiNT) A acoNEn? in ald of the Kieane Hospital was given on Saturday night list in the Protestant Hall, Jamberon, by the " Albion Park Alnateur Snowllake Minstrels " For various reasons it was not finanienlly or otherwise a great success, The nig1ht was windy and wet, and many tny'od awa) on this account, Many stayed away be. oanse it was Saturday night, and consequelltly top near Sundeay to think of a hospital, or join in frivolous aunasetnont. Those who wolhd not bestow their distinguithed pnlronnge;on thet Into Gonrl Tnmplars' concelOrt in aid of the" ltulli Relief Flund " bocenus the local dramnnatio lub wore allowed to takle part in it reminloed true and sntedf'ast to their eristoortito and liberal printoiplos and also stayed away. Many again di{l not oomno bocause, through Ittitllicleiot ad vortising, they knew nothing nhout it, '1'hn consequencoe was that a vary limited itnmber put in an appeatrnco, and this no doubt noe ootietd for the...

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THE PEAT'S FERRY RAILWAY ACCIDENT. (Daily Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 29 June 1887

THE PEAT'S 1ERRY IEAILWAY AC.L* SDNT ,. (Daily TehJraplh.) Tuen Quecn's Jubilee Day was commnemo rated in disaster as well as demonstration. An excursion train conveying some 250 pas sengers to Peat's Ferry became uncontrol lable, the brakes being inoperative, with the result that five people were killed, including the engine-driver, and a long and ghastly list of rounded. Within an hour of the sad catastrophe, which occurred at 2.40 p.m., a special train conveying medical men and ap pliances was on the road to the scene in charge of the Commissioner for Railways. They arrived to find four dead persons near the wrecked train, and many of the wounded moaning near them. Those who escaped, and others who were slightly injured, told their tales of horror. Briefly, it was that they left Sydney at 10.25 a.m. on a pleasure excursion. Nothing was noticed wrong with the brakes, and no mishap occurred until within a few miles of Peat's Ferry. The in. creased speed noticeable as the train was ...

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

A l3LIOUS HcAn,ColHn in onelly ourod if ynou ?Rn the rightl niedline, whlich'ieDr, Boll' lilt tarR. 'TIl' hondaholo in no veory' uilt~forltnhltl and the modi ino no ceH 0111) do not dolny, biit mill at your druggiite and got a bottlu,-AI)ny TOWL,'s PoennyroyRI and ntool lills for fo mnlon quickly corroot nil irrogulnritiu?, and rollovo the dlstronling nylnpplotn no prvwllont with time Sox, 8luxon in. l d. nnd 2?. td., of all' lhomita nand Patout Mod[ldno Vendors, Pro. pnred only bbyThu Lhloaul nil lnMidl O?un. tilu Drug Co., Linuooln, Efiglauld. Vlholoelo f of iall i?io Wlolosld o iot!seo. 13owaro of Ilmllai ttiln,.-Adv.

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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 29 June 1887

MEETINGS TO BE HELD. Protestant Alliance meets JTly O, at 7.30. No. 12, L.O.L., nmeet July 5, at 7. 0 No. 115, L.O.,L, nrmeets dJuly' 4, at 7.80, No, 77, L.O.L.. meets July 0, at 7 psn No, 140, L.O.L., meets July 7, ot 7.810 p.m. Sons of Temperance, No. 97, meets Juno 09.

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

JOHN STE WART, Auctioneer, AND COM1MISSION AGENT, BROUGHTON. FOR SBALE. TWO LARGE GALVANIZED IRONTANKS which will holdl each about 1600 gallons. Those tanks were made extra strong for holding water for the gnsoneeter. Prico £10 each, cash. Rogular ptico, about £15. S. MAJOR, 8-2.86 The Arcade. KIERAN RYAN, Solicitor, etc. OFFICES : Terralong Street, Kiama. 3.23.87.?. GEORGE WALKER, Undertaker, Cabinet-maker, Upholsterer. &c., KIA MA. Funerals conducted in any part of the dis trict at modorato charges. JOHN RITCHIE, SHIP AND COIMMISSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL PRODUCE MERCIIANT, Caledonian Wharf, Sydney. Strict Attention given to Returns. 7-31-8i-y "Discnsed Naere oflentimoes brdaks forth in strangooruptions."-Actiii, Sceon 1. TO THE PUBLIC. Olli patients snffering from nervous offec l tiOs are afraid from shoIer hIslhfullness alnd Imodesty to nI'IIONALrY co,'eilt I. a iedical Inanll--otlher patielts have 1not tliin self-possessi:n a?t conlness when ill the colnslllting roomll, t...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 29 June 1887

1nR flYTflTAN. Prnniqr will b" v'ndiolI1 in tImo Phvabynrlnn Mchrchlm on Snnlny nrxt by lce. J. Wilson ns follows : lnomn, at 11 n.m. ,Tnlnlon, f. st10 p.m. Risin, at 7 pin

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