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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 29 June 1887

R ELIG I0 US. oimnniR OF tNOLAND. FOURTIH SUNDAY AFMflR TRTIITY Dlivino rero will 1' conductod on Ronday next in the CQtirch of Rnplnni ClnrhelC asollows :-o (Ie:r Ulmnreim. 2omann.nt 11 n.m.-Thy. .T. IT. 2rlco ('hedei o)Chr. tt 7 P.m.-nev. *. iT. Prkcn. 'ranwlno Forrot, of. 2.80 pmon.-Th. .. IT. Priea t. t oorgo's, Oerringong, ot 2.80 p.m.-Mr. J. iTolnbrok Revolero will be rondelriem in lime (Thoreb of E'nulnnd Joonmeron, nod Shollhorboor, on Siunlny next, no follows ,Tnrnhornn, nt 11 n.m.-env. N. CrIaronl Shellbnrbour, at 7 p.m:- Nv. N. Crioford

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 July 1887

Thre wr'relt forine of Fouro. Prr.kly Ihit hniull px, nun Mnualee r nidlly ecred by r..usi I'roiulli's IYIleTIC lAlINI. ** It n vud any life, for Ihe fluer had obtulrid rr t ual trrr rr onll me."r C'. lFirz .rerulr, C irresprnluint ino .f ,lhunreeler Gur'dim,,, in Allnan Ahlunlanit mrelicl tin tinrnuy onelosed w;ih elrh holtlo, It, is n circ 'ii Chlrnrl' nun nIiu'nrvi'rrv o I111nuct nlleunet? irrlelot to 'rronlieal mnll On'anin liru u Iilu, Itslh third. iin i rimrrairrullrrn rirnnruind cools runt vilalie lihe hhud, J. S. Prnl'y Ifsrt., writes* " I wvrlhl rirhlr go short ni am"thin l.r Ien Iris niO'ert-friling travellor's lirnid.--Arly. 9-15.81 Arrrrrrr lr?nlnvR.Tlh-ruost, nlileurale beings inl i | I, r V 'hi u in those l l'eri'rII fPruol l)Dyepopn iu rlad li,' emiiiulil. M?nor hin eui'uiity-lieu per cn't of tihe reeole aeu ' rfllielerl with tho.ue i rli er'nr. sInun (lhrln n nf crrch us Srlll' S O lrlStu tchc iS k i n i l m ii,,? ,Irir l h t .nih l r tivoiei esr P rIllil . lMii oi i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 July 1887

''thnt ivnlld wifo, I nothor, eltaior, or ohlhl vJn ho g olh tihei picture of health with AAmuricauit Co.'o 11up.13 lttler, OUbnorvu A\i?V. When wrie down and rend)y to taok to your bod, Amoriunn (o.', Hop BlitLter I whhat you neoud In rollova you. S i Av, A B1 louua 11st,,ottcls in uonity cured it you uono thu right mudlcutiitu, which in Dr. Ill'o lit torse, 'l'lohu hundrttho l oo very un?oltfohtahlo andti th tmdticiou n chtohp; do not dluony, Iut cull ot your thdiuggiut's toud gut a buttlie-Anv,

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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CORRESPONDENCE. THE KIAMA COTTAGE HOSPITAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 July 1887

O01,,SPO'DENCOE. THE MIAMA COT'TAGE HOSPITAL. c0 TO 'Th1i 00DITO1tR 0 '11(1 I KIAMA IEIL'OITlI. Sit,-As t subsr'ibor iand well wisher of the abovtoealmtled institution I 1m naturally anxious that its minagoiint should boio all roespeetoirro proaochablo, and that its funds should beo econo rnised, Itogarding the hospital building, it is a filet that D]. Thomtpson, on the occasion of his recent visit, was very much( dissatisllod with tho workmanship, rumiarking thal th e foundation stonu with the inscription on it 111 was the only p11iocu of souk he fountd lpr'operly finished, 'flh) members' of thu building colmlinitto clannot, thereforeo, tako much credit to thomisolves for pssinug such it buihling. Tihoir' succos.rs, the ploallnt g?eOrilr conumitteo, at their first iloot ing sppoilttid Ita mudici l olliior who, it was stlted in reply to i qtloltionl lilt il the mluoeting, w0im going to aot gratuitously. At the text colmmiit too ineuting teonders wroe cotsidlored for th1 supply of pr...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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THE BERMAGUI MYSTERY. HISTORY OF THE MATTER. (Echo.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 July 1887

THE BERMAGUI MYSTERY. HISTORY OF THlE MATTER. (Echo.) ,'Tist following notification, which was freely displayed throughout the colonies some seven years ago, will serve to refresh the public nmemory in connection with the hitherto un ravelled "Bermagui Mystery": "Colonial Secretary's Otflice, Sydney, 10th November, 1880-£200 Reward.-Whereas the following persons, viz., Lament lienry Orcumo Young, Government geological sur veyor, Maximilian Karl Waldemar Schneider his assistant, and three other men named Casey, Towers, and Lloyd, are believed to have put to sea from Bermagui on the night of the 9th October, ultimo, and have net since been heard of : And whereas a boat supposed to belong to the abovenamed Towers, was found on Sunday, the 10th October, ultimo, at Mutton lFish Point, about eight miles from Bermagui," on the rocks, and stove in, with property therein in a state of confusion, some of which be longed to MSir. Young: Notice is hereby given that the Government will pay a re....

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 July 1887

Girls' iigh School, Kiama. LADY PRINCIPAL-MRS. tIRAMLEY. UTIES will obe resumed JULY 11' ., T7..2.87 3, MUSIOC-GERRINGONG. RS, BRAMLEY hasn vacancion for two Pupils for Music, Singing, or liench lesoins. 7.2-87-nh. TENI)EIIS will lie received until the 8Tit JULY, for the erection of n COTT'AGE at T'J'erragong, Shollharbour. Plant and inforina tion front JOHN SIMMONS, Kioama. July 1st, 1887. 7.2-.57-2 Nedical Notice. fDR. WILSON aemphlatically oontra'liets the -- alicitna s and actionablo report which in being circulated that he is leavinlg Kiamwa. '[heroe is no troth in it. 7.2.87 .2. Wanted, PRIVATIC quarters, with board, for a Gontlo mlan and his Wife, in or near Kiatna; if out of town n stable will he requisite. Address : MAlRCUS, 7-2.87-1, P.O,, Kiata, TO QUARRYMEN AND CON TRACTORS. "TENDERIII, are Invited by the uitdlersigneidl for a stupplying and deliveriting free on honard ship at "lobihsoo Basin, Kiatn, about 'Il'hteo Thoncand (8300) Tone PLUE$'Ti'ONE SPAALLS. Specification...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 July 1887

I~Pa adli ls wilbe'otdltted in the Weoloyan Cliurch, on £4,,rdny nest, as follows - Maiinn, nI 11 n,,..-liov. It. 11. Iliwon Rinana, at 7 p.,n.-Revr. (. 11. fllnamnn 7nanlnrnn, at, 11 nan.-Mr. A, Flolsdiir Jolnm'rm,n nt 7 p,,n.-lRev. It. II. lloavi' Old ]'iner nt 7,70n pin.-Me. A. llololorh (ilerinenole, at 11 nn,m.-Tlee 01, 11. Ol,,ann flirelineonnl, nI 7 jim,-Mr1. (1..A. Snnaaetlll Plletlllnelone ft, II iin,m-Ph'. W1. ('echo. Sliellairliour, at 2 p.m.-lRev. Il. II. Blnacon.

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THE BERMAGUI MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 July 1887

THE BERMIA(UI MYSTERY. TuE Eciho's special reporter tslegraphed fromn Cobargo on Monday last as follows :-It aup. pears that the sand hill or mound in which the first bones were discovered, being near the village, is a favourite playground for children, aid it is supposed thalt the ipper surface of the mound was thus disturbed and the remains exposed. Several small bouts were picked up in the locality previous to Sunday week, and on that day Jacob Geiss, a resident, while strolling along the beach ltppeuned to pass over the mound and found ait skull on the top. io says that the strong south-westerly gales which have recently passed over this portion of the coast in all probability also carried away a portion of the surface of the saud and thus left so slhallow a eovering over the placo of inteintent as to render the unearthing of the remaining bones found previous to yesterday a matter of coinm paratively little diticulty. On Sunday after noon Sergeants Bragg antd Church, and Con st...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 July 1887

CONQIU1flATIONAL C~tIIUOHT OPfI1TNOiONO. 'rio Rev. 0. flItedohwy oonuna oorvlceo ecoon Soniloy hR folloov: (iorrooroonp, at 11 n.m. and 7 p.m. ('Pioo cuiior roqiiooin fint iho vojoono ciorgymnen of ith iicitiot will forward onhnounhioolotlt of ooroiroo n to liehld from timo to iiooo in Ithor otorches, wich enoiieo will in :dl cnhes be insoriod grotiol1 The Kiama Reporter. PUilLhIiflD IiV1iiii WE1DNESDAY AND SATURIDAY MdORNING. SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1887.

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HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 July 1887

HIousi~owAv' l?P.I.B.,- indigrtion,--owmulch thought hm hoon hnluowedl, ruind what vluinl. 0nou010 trentiseo h]avo bein,'riOttin uIpol thiu uniii vro'nl i li ditronsinhi diraono, whloh Is whih c?actinty anud safty dixpuruld without fear of rotojulo by it co.iiuo of thin purifying, southing iand tocin nlediciio I It notw diroutly on the ctomah, liveor anid bowevlu-tho indirectly, thoiufh o i1 onlc l eofutivoly o0n lit brailn, nalrve, v'oolu, nitold glauiit, introducing auiuh orduri thr'oughout tho o0iro eytomi tihat hamonrioiy dwollt bi?woun caullc orgun nid to II nnotiolo, Dy?pplni ii od no lion'rr liii the hi?tibun of tho iiuilh, cilio I.luilloiiw y' 'tl PIlls, ro fuilly un .1 ploutint to 1it1hlo the misut ohronio and diit'm. iing cacao of hiupoirud digcctuiul, iiu to roxtoro the miiuirnblo ultl'orer to hoahlth, trongtllh, ntud uhourfulnouit,-A iv. The leng;tli of tho proposed railway from North, Shloro to Peoarco's Oorlrnor i 10 mInl tl9 chino, ai ?l t ihe ostimatod co?t for on-i ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 July 1887

IN attempting to criticise a recent leading article which appeared in these columns our local contemporary violates what we regard as a fundamental principle of honest criti cisni-truth. Hie commoencs with misre presentation and ends with absurdity. We did not raise the question " ls it desirable to maintain a hospital for a few occasional accidents 7" although our contemporary says we did, and we only. Our contempo rary says it is an "ignoble" question, We hold that it is a perfectly legitimate one, though, as we before said,it is now useless to discuss it. Yet we re-allirm (and our stateo tnent is borno out by independent testimony) that many persons are still unconvinced of the necessity for a local hospital, and there fore withhold their support-the result he ing that the burden of maintonance falls disproportionately. Ourconttem porary, speak ing on the authority of the subscription list which, as it is not yet we believe out of the printer's hands, we have had no opportunity o...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 July 1887

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLI GENCE,. (FROM OUR OWN CoiitH?PS'OND INT.) SYDNEY, Friday, 7 p.m. A disastrous fire occurred at Blenheim, Now Zealand. Twenty-six shops and dwel lings, including the Criterion Hotel, Coomn ,norcial Bank, and Oddfellows' Hall wero dostroye:l. The damage is estimated at over £50,000. A. deputation from the building trados waited upon the Premier pointing out the necessity of proceeding with public works to find employment for a n tuber of men, also to appoint an Inspector of Scalloldings. The Premier pointed out that a number of works were about to be commeniced, which will employ over 1000 man. In the foot race at the Carrington Grounds between 11. Miller and R. Ashworth, 100 yards, £500 a-side, the betting was 5 to 2 on Miller, Miller won by four yards ; Lime, 10 and one-fifth seconds.

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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 July 1887

LOCAL AND DIST?ElICT NEWS. AN old man ilnamied Weathorhenad was found drowniod at OCnbar?go on Mlonday, U' to Friday last, 805 shares had booin taken up in theim Broughton Crook hutter factory. Mal. W. V. CAMPI'Ia,, of Pictoni, was found dead in the bush near that town on Monday. he having guno out aftev onme ,cattle the pre vians day. ltA?i',A., in Kinnma for Juno, 1887 :-June 1at, 1.04; 2nd, 1.'157 ; 3rd, 2'22 ; 4th, '02; 0th, 01; 7th, '01; 10th, '02 ; 12th, '05; 13th, '20; 14.th, '02; 17th, '02; 18th, 02 ; 10th, '00; 20th, '10; 27th, '30; 28th, *17; 30th, '00. Total, 0'07 in 17 days. A uit Nau ', of Mlossan Vale informs the Even. il NcAws that ha cmao to Sydney to get a num bur of rough carpenterl's to work on thie farm but thnt, although he offered themi £1 a weuek and rations, he coulid not get one of thrn to engage. lie also wanted a farm labourer, libring 15s at week anid r'ationsu, but he could could not get one. Ox Saturday evening last a fall of snow, last. ing for nearly ...

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(BY TELEGRAPH.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 July 1887

Oobtgo, Sunday,-I arrived at Bormagui on Saturday, at 8 p.m., and procoodnd to tho spot whoro thu skeletoun woro found. I unw the policeu and thraou prsons sarorhing for fur. thor rulemins, hut in consaoquenco of heavy rains they had to rolinquish the asuarch, Dr. lvor. shod, nftor oxamntinttion of the bonos, prtnouncod that in his opinion thoy wuro theo remains of ]iuropoms. D)r. Harrisaon, of fBoudahllia, arriroved at 1ormugui at 41 p.,m., with the polico-Sor. gonnt Blragg, of Muruya, iand Countable Loo, of Eurobodall, Aftor examining the bunnen ho amid he. could not comu to a conuolusio?n, but would mtntkuo it further oxatinotioo., On Suin. day ho oexamined tho honoa and ho la of opiniuon that the akoloton with the acskull attauchod is that of an agud funalo aboriginal, but he does not think the hulo in the slt iull w3a causod by a bullot, Itofortrig tp the other portion of the ruminlus found, he is of opinion that tthey areo those of two adults, The poloe tro not soautrch. lug t...

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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 July 1887

MEETINGS TO BE HELD. Protestant Allianrn mroN,.Tuy , at 7.T0. T:o. J :. ],.0).1,., m?: , tJlul' 5, at, 7,X10 No. 115, L.O.L., me0t1 duly 4, at 7.30. No. 77, L.O.I, mwettb 1 my it, at 7 p.m. N lo.lll , ".,(I ,1f . ., In |l Jll. 7, at 78ill 3.m 2. (mios of T'elulsa1tne, No, :7, ta mee'ts ,ill" 11.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 July 1887

JOHN STEWART, Auctioneer, AND COMMISSION AGENT, BROUGHTON. FOR BALE. TWO LARGE GALVANIZED IRON TANKS which will hohl each about 1600 gallonas. These tanks wore mnade extra strong for holding water for the gasomoter. Priceo £10oach, cash. Regular price, about £15. 8. MAJOR, 3-2-86 The Arcade. KIERAN RYAN, Solicitor, etc. OFF'ICES: Terralong Street, Kiarna. 3.23.87-1-. GEORGE WALKER, Undertaker, Caunb cet-maker, Uphlolsterer. &c., K I A M A. Funerals conducted in any part of the dis trict at moderato charges. JoiN RITCoHIE, SHiPl AND COMMISSION AGENT, ANII COLONIAL PRODUCE M1ERCTIANT, Caledonian Whtrl', Sydney. Striot Attention given to Returns. 7.31-83-y "'Diseased Nnetoe ofteantiimes breaks forth in sitringo eruptione."-Act iii, Scane 1. TO THE PUBLIC. S5OME patients suffering from nervoau aftoe Stii ' are iafraid fro'm slicer haultfullnrss ald modesty to Il'IiiuNAl,.LY 'onilttl; a miiical luitli--other Ilt icuts halve lnot tih eself-posoea'ssiol and eroionHss when ill ihe c...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 July 1887

Pv's13YTERUrN. ervi"ee will bw conidutedw Iin th Pirwbyfer~inu C)Iirc1Ion on Stiii1ny next by Rlnv. J. Wilson as fullows 3(iinnui ni 11 11.111. ,ln'nl3Oroo, at. 2.10 Pn.. i~iiuiii, Li, 7 pan

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 July 1887

FOURITH I NDAY AYTItl '1'IINITY Dilvine Servino will hr entidueledl on Soidit~y next. Ii the Ch~uiel of Eniglaniii C~lciehlcor ii clowo: Chldrn fylceel, Ulcrnn,n1 nil, oiIcer. J. 21. Utica Chrein Chneel, at 7 lom.-Iker. J, 11. PrIes. Crowley F~oreoit, 01. 2.010 pin.-Ikee. J. IT. Prie it, OIeiiwc'e, (Ierr~ingcii, al 0.2,8i phic.-Mro~. J. Ilolbrooli litelrers will lie eioliieteil In the Church of linclniol Jonilelon, and SlielIlia ihour, oil Siinda niesl, itic follows Icnlieron, nt II onim-ltee. Ii. yrirrned Shelclliohour, iii 7 p.m:..-lleV. Is. Crikconl

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KIAMA COTTAGE HOSPITAL. COMMITTEE MEETING. JUNE 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 July 1887

KIAMA COTTAGE HOSPITAL. COMMITTEE MEETING. June 28, Present: Messrs. D. Finlayson (in the chair). M. N. Hindmarsh, Revs. J. H. Price and G Heighway, Dr. Terrey, T. Brown, J. Weston G. Bullen, 'I'. Honey, H. Dunster, Jas. Somer- ville, Jas. Pike, H. Wittingham, J. F. Tyter, A. Campbell, J. Holbrook (Secretary).   The? nrrenpoadanca inaluiln! the following - " aaimi f)rom lipnrter Oflico, Kiaman, to theim Saocrotaary, Jlne 18, 1887, D)oar Sir,--On acount of tho very nilfair.trtreittt twhich ourfinrt totnor received at thei hamnds of th Hoelopital 'Jnominit. lea, I dodelinn to teIndor' for any tmore work in connection wiith tl, instil titiaon. Yourn trily, S. A8,tuot, par A. Achenton," " Rep)ter Oflico, Kinia, 7-06.87. To the Conittteto of the Kinann Cottago liospital. (Dntlaomna,-As a arulptaantativo of the Kiniia ]Repmrter I amt desiraons of nacortainitng if yout havco any objoction to your mootings baintg r ported, and, ift' you havo int, whether you would anuthoriso yo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 July 1887

MOTHER SEIGEL'S PILLS, For Constipation, Sluggish Liver, &c., TJNLIKE many kinds of cath - artic medicines, do not make you feel worse before you feel better. Their operation is gentle, but tho rough, and unattended with the dis agreeable effects, such as nausea, glipmg pains, &c. Seigel's Operating Pills are the best family physic that has ever been discovered. They cleanse the bowels from all irritating sub stances, and leave them in a healthy condition. The best remedy extant for the bane of our lives-constipation and sluggish liver. These Pills prevent fevers and all kinds of sickness, by removing all poisonous matters firom the bowels. They operate briskly, yet mildly, without any pain. If you take a severe cold, and are threatened with a fe. er, with pains in the head, back, and limb., one or two doses of Seigel's Operating Pills will break up the cold and prevent the fever. A coated tongue, with a brackish taste, is caused by foul matter in the stomach. A few ...

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