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EXTENSION OF THE RAILWAY TO KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 28 August 1886

EXTENSION OF THE RAILWA7 TO XIAXA, \We are indebted to G. Somerville, Esq., Mayor of Kiaina, for the following: TO THE ODITOIR OP TIIE KIA$MA REP'OIRITR. Sir,-I hand you for publication the fol lowing extract from a letter received by me fromu Dr. Tarrant :-"I am sorry to inform you that the construction of the railway lino into Kiama has, owing to some state monts made in the (Legislative) Council this evening, booeen delayed. The plans have not been adopted by that Chamber, but re ferred to a seluot comomitten, before which,. I presume, your ovidence will boe nocessary. "1 am, &c., " GEO. SOMEIVILLE. " August 20, 1886."

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INHUMANITY IN MOROCCO. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 September 1886

INHUMANITY IN MOROCCO. OAPTAIN ItOLLIi.TON, whoso zealous efforts to rescue ill-treated natives in Morocco have been mentioned, has pursued his investiga tions through some of the inland districts of the country. HIo visited Laraiche, Alkasar, Ermoush, and Habassee ; and on his return to Tangier gave an account of his experience to a correspondent of the "Times," Oaptain Rolleston, among other matters. describes his visit to the prisons of Laraichn. Thero are two prisons, both stone-built and reeking with impure odours, The prisoners looked famished and ill ; but the heavy fet ters which till recently it was the custom to place even on prisoners who were in durance only for actual or alleged debt had been re moved. A large proportion of the captives wore imprisoned for debt; 22 cases, it was stated, arose out of forgign claims, and of those one wvas English, the rest American, Further, it must be noted that the victim of the English demands was released a day or two later. The great...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE OCEAN AS A RESTORATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 September 1886

THE OOEAN AB A RESTORATIVE, (From the " Lancet.") SEA-VOYAGINGo has in recent years greatly advanced in favour as a therapeutic agent. Few vessels now start on any of the longer voyages without one or more passengers whose chief object is health, and the few fine Australian clippers which still hold the seas against the encroachments of steam fre quently reckon on their list as many as a score of invalids for a single voyage. Wb sea overtaxed statesmen and weary brain workers of every class resorting to yachting for the resuscitation of health ; and regular announcements now appear in the press of "invalid ships " advertised to sail the sum mer seas, and fitted up with every requisite to secure the comfort of the weak and ailing. There can be little doubt that this custom rests on a firm basis of reason, and is amply justified by its results. Sea air is a marvol lous tonic and restorative, and nowhere can it be enjoyed to such thorough advantage as on shipboard. It appears to owe it...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 September 1886

00 MM3 AT L.-- ?tuth .Coast and WVest Camden Co-oporativ( Company (Limited), Commercial Stores S Bussex-street, Sydney. B]3rrtm.-Tn fair demand at quotations. Bacon,-Upward tendency. Cheese.--l good dematnd Ege.--Coming in freely. Poultry.-Scarco, good roalising high pricos. Below we give detailed quotations:- lBttor, lst, lerlb .................... 0 1 to 0 1 0 I:nrl,(tditto ........... . . ............. 0 1 ,, a 110 aoup]b .... .......... . O 0 a 0 7 1 rd, p? I ............................. 0 0 0 0 ('tl cu dittl ............................ 0 0 0 0 'Jiallto, ,p rto n . ..... ........ ......... 17 0 0 ,, 1 0 0 ('flt Skins, ittl ..0.... 0 0 . 0 0 0 Pips.,,oliv per ll.rl ...e................. 0 I t3 , 0 0 4 'trIvc, b. ..... ..uh0 7 0 .110 0 Kidto ................................... .... 0 0 0 1 Ititic, per bushl, .............. 0 0. ,, 0 1 0 oltl t ][tV, pee 'ton ..................... 0 0 0 1 0 lotA |... ]l ),ll per tol ................ . 4 10 0 , in 0 ptoo............ ..... 4 10 0 ,...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 September 1886

TELEiGAPIIIo INZWLLIGIENC , (FROM OUR OWN ConlRSPOasIFOr.) SYDNEY, 1 p.m. The heads of various public departments have combined to present.Sir John Robert son with a marble bust of himself. William Mannel, a public school teacher at Gulgong, was knocked off his horse by strik ing his head against a tree. There are no hopes for his recovery. A serious disturbance has taken place at Kiandra between the Chinese aind European miners at the gold mining company's works, Soeveral on both sides were injured. Shearing has been discontinued at Dunlop. Station, Bourke, on account of floods; the river has risen 36 feet 8 inches high. The champion ram Triumph, valued at 300 guineas, the property of Mr. Allen, Stoney Oreek, Young, is d, al. The sale of Crown lands a: Field of Mars is postponed till October 2nd. A rich find has been reportedlfrom Emner son's property at Mount M'Donald; a bed was struck through in which a seam of gold from an eighth of anll inch to three quarters of an inch wide wa...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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HOW THE PRUSSIANS INVADED BRIGHTON. A STORY OF THE REVIEW. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 September 1886

11W- THE PRUSSIANS INVADED 31IGHTON, A STORY OF THE sIiiiVIW. (CONrINUDn.) In spite of the entreaties, and even com mands of Lawson, I sternly refused to ap peoa again in uniform in public. If I were viriting this paper with a view to its being 'read some twenty years after my death, I might possibly admit that, in the privacy of my own rooms, I occasionally donned the garb of war. I might hint (under those cir cumstances) that the shako sometimes graced my head in bed; the tunic occasionally served as a smoking-coat; that the sword, in winter, was used as a toasting-fork. All this, and more, might I confess, were these pages fated to grow dusty with the dirt of ages; to remain unread until my gravestone wore a complimentary record to my lamen ted decease. Then people would say with catholic charity, when they perused the story of my vanity, ' Ah, poor fellow, he was good, noble, kindhearted, great, but rather a don key I' Came the story upon them now, and their verdict would be far...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 September 1886

jIJSS A. lIrELI1 will rocoio MUSIC S UPoILS El Sandy \lWha, Gerriligotig. 7-7 806 A NNUAL GENEhAL nlIEET'IN(4 of Kinrna SCricket Cilhh will Ie held ill theo Cue llni lChanel(l. on 'I'HUISDAY EVENING NEXT, Sopl. 16,h, at 7.30. A. G, RU8SELL,. 9 15.86 1. Ilon. See. Kialtna . O. Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies. SIIOALHIAVEN.STRIIEET, KIAMA. LADY PIlINCIPAL-MES. BRAMLEY, ]'itOSPI?'IT'UStS ON A'Pi C '\Tl.,N. 0.1586 j. To Builders; rFIlEltNDEIIIR nr invil'til for lie Erection andl Colniph.ioll (oF, NEW BAlNIING PIE. hMlES it Nowra fur tln COMMI:ECIAI. hlNKINI( COMP'ANY of Syldney. PI' IInIl sperililaietll niy he halld upon ap. lircatiun it tie oilicis of the Archliticts, to wlinln tinrlellrs elir to I.e dlelivrcdil on ur bolefore u'lesay 6th U(.lit r, 188ti. NlANBFIIELD D11OS,, Ailchlitcs,i 121, 'iit.lstro t,, Ryihiv. 0-15-86. Banquet to Dr. Harman Tarrant, M.LA. A cOGPLuMENTARY BANQUET WIlL IItt OIVeN IN T'IIIC Protestant Hall, Jamnberoo ON WEDNESDAY EVENING, Sept. 22, A t 7 p.'...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 September 1886

WIOHLiYAN. &3Vicc!n will be conduthtced in thu Wesleyan Chimtsh, on uulnday next, Lu folloaws Kiiana, at 11 n1o1.-Roo. it. IV. Ortun, Ktuiiii, at?7 pta,-Rev. , I'. 1V.rtuu, Jamber uo, tit It.tui.-Iy. 0. It (tara an Jamborei, at 7 p.mi.-Itev. (J. II. Muason Old laoo, 'it 2.80 p.:a.-Ilev. 0. It. tumuaon Geideguoig, at t ua.n.-Mr. W. Jumnc (*eialngunp, ait? 7i.m.-M1. V. Cuenfurd FoiageAmll, at ii lcam-Mr. WV. Cuenarld Siltbllrbnur, it Ii an.m-Mr. IV. Cuckb Oiureleu wll be clanducted at i,. Nublu'n, Saddleback, on Sunday next, at 2.20 p.m., by J. Onullta,

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JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 September 1886

JOTTINGS. [sy PEIRiATrrTIO.] Tue details, so far to hand of the terribly re volting outrage conmmitted in broad daylight, in Moore Park, Sydney, on 'Thursday last, appear to rival, in all their ghastliness, those of the \Voolnoun,(loo and Mount Canrel tragedies which at the time of their occurrence caused such a thrill of horror throughout the colony. The victim of these brutal ruffians has so far escaped with her life, but that seems to Iave beeon through no fault on their part, and; had the police been a little longer in arriving on the scene, they would no doubt have had the crime of murder to answer for as well. Such a horrible outrage as this can only be expiated in one way-by capital punishmlent, and it is a pity that punishuoent is not kept in reserve for such cases as these, instead of being meted out in the hap-hazard way it unfortunately so often is. Only one feeling can prevail in this case that the particilatlrs in it, one and all, may be specdily arrested, the charge sh...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 September 1886

CONOGREGATIONAL CIIURICII, QERhING1ONO. Tho IRev, . IIoighwoy onoduci t oerviaeo every Eouudoy oo fullowe :- Ooafoigong, at 11 0.10t. anld 7 pt.m. [Theo editor rotjooot0 tlhat the varioltt clrgymen of tito dlisrict Wilt forward nnt r touncetnotPts of ooz'eriLu to Ite htotId from ulito to timt Iln thltlr churoluo, whtittlt noticoo will In tall ctcan itoe tuooted gtollo.l

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 September 1886

'LOCAL fND GENERAL NEWS, ''' Vn' loarn that tlh lato propriotor of tho Chinasu u (Ardoui, Kitmua, known Ias Oharliu," dlud in Sydney on Saturday last. '.'lTol oonrt in aid of the Kiatna Ilosptal is to itko placo in' the Tomnporrnoo Hall, lamaln to-mtorrowr ('Thondhty) ovoning, and wu hopo to sou it good attundtano. 'Pil annual l ootilng of thoe Klalna Oriolot Club is antlllotlluud ini to-day's issao, to be hold in lthu Councill Ohlutnb on Thursday next (to. mnrrow), Suptoumbur 10, at 7.30. A largo ait tuonlance of mnombeurs l roquestod, II all class ilontistry at Itoflorm Prceos, Arll. Iloinl Tollllh, ust Quanlity, ull Sole, (ippor nlld lowur) £?L, Marshall Brothers, Surgeono Dont Ists, 188 llirzabuth Stroot, H1ydo Park, Sydney. -An.v, 8.28-80.y,. / \V, wonuld rumilnd our ruaders that the btit. cluot to D)r. Harmtaln Taurant, MI.,LA,, Is to tiblau h(0 onl VudnuHdaty ovoning, 22nd instlat, in the Protulltsltant Il, Jamnboruu, Also that thu filal umnilttuoo mouotng in o1nnootlin thlm,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 September 1886

NOTICE. 'M R. tR. 0. KENDALL haseoen nuthnriAod l to roceivu Accounts1~ in conu!,olion withl thie KIAMA IIEPORTI'IMII, alrd hlis receipt will be salllulont gunrantec. S. MAJOR. The K~iama Reporter. PUBLISHIIED EVIIiY tY wNInuDAu AND SATURDAY MlORNINQI. ONic Box of Olarko's IB 41 Pills is warantod to ouro nil disclharoge froim the Urilnry Organcs ill either sox (noquii'od or constitutional) Gravel, andl Pnins in the Back,. Gnranteod frno froll Mortliy. Sold inI BoxOe, 4. (jd caclh, by all Ch(tinist cnld P'atent Meodicino Vendora; Solo Propiietors, ''liCo.Iinooln and Mlidlaiid oiniin Dtin ug (Jo,pirinoilno, England. Whole sale of all the \Vhbnloeale Housose.-[ADv'r.] 2.1.80. Dtexrnrt, Noriol,-M-r, Loonard Gabriol, Slr. goion Dlmist, ropres)Ientativ of Mr. Guatlnus (cahriel, of i88 Yorck tracot, \Vytiya'd Square, Sydney, ostabllishei 18518, will ro-vilit Klintn, and may ho lcoosOullod at hism conlsultilg 'roomi, MrIs. ,Jackson'.,, Manliining.treot, on .Moilny, Silpltombllor 27th, and f...

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INTERCOLONIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 September 1886

INTIEOOLONIAL NOTES, The Governor of Victoria informed the Pro mnior on Friday that ho had oomnumuniotod with Admiral Tryon in order to lonarn whethr one of the war vessols oftlio Australht,n eqndron hass boon, or will Io, sOlnt to protoect 3ritish interosts in the Now IHebridoes, It is considorod probable that Admiral Tryon will comply with the ro0 quest, unless le Iras aotually nnticipated it,. ThIso Onyx ihas arrived from Cambridgo Gulf with 75 rotlerned diggers. Among,.th Edith May's passengors are some who ga e doleful accounts of their experioences. At Kimnbrly one of a party of six spoent a month on the diggings and obtained, Odwt, of gold. They 'sold their six horses and'paoks for £8,. Thu total loss on the trip was £t4f50. Another party, spoent three months and got lldwt, and loft, losinig ahout £400, Other partio oestimato their losses at from £200 to £700 otch. Sleiness was preva. lent oil the field, Most of the men purpose roe malinng hero, and solno nar Inclined to try ...

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 September 1886

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBUEl 15. Palson Bis31uncic once said that 'if the German Empire were lifted into the saddle it would be able to ride, and so he hoisted it into the saddle, and it has boon riding, if _not furiously, at a rattling pace ov'er since. And at the banquet given the other evening at the German Club in honour of the olli cars of the first nail steamer from Germany to Australia, Count von 13t\?nlsslio, Com mrander of the Albatross, in responding to a toast'for the welfare of the German muarine, said that the German Empire was now able to swini also. By these two ligurihtivo ex pressions we are doubtless to understand that Germany, as a nation, is fully equipped for warfare, possessing the tIwo things which are at present considered absolutely neces sary.for defence or aggression, namely, a land army and a navy, The glory of Great Britain is specially connected with her floot, and she has often been twitted with the stimallness of her army. Continental generals readily admit ...

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OUR MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 September 1886

OUR MISCELLANY, The late Earl of Shaflesbury's will amount to £26,000. Soundings have been taken for a proposed deep seon tunnel between IielHnd and Scotlanid. Mrs. Crawford is said tq have received 12 offers of marrtige during the hearing of the divorce case. " Another rise in wool," as the little boy said when his loving parent grabbed him by the haih. Enormous caverns, formerly used by smug. glers, have just been discovered beneath a gar doen near Birclhingtnl.-onSea. At Uldham, a little girl, while returninrg fromu her mother's funeral, fell out of the mourning conch and was killed, At Birmingham a mother, with an infant in her arms, threw herself in front of a train both were instantly killed. Reckoning on the complehton of the Art Gallery, the Premier thinksl the contonnial cole bration will cost albot £125,000, Tie bill to enable the Bank of South Aus tralia to transact busioness in London has boon passed by the House of Lords. Great Britain and Germany have abandoned their r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 September 1886

NOTE THIS T H E Winter Season is now over, and having an unusual number of REMNANTS on hand, they will be sold at prices which will enable Purchaserp to secure many useful lengths of goods at much less than the regular Price. They Comnprise the Following: Remnants of Dress Serges. Remnants of Home Spuns. Remnants of Coloured Cash meres. Remnants of Black Cashmeres. Remnants of French Merinoes. Remnants of Flannel. Remnants of Calicoes. Remnants of Plaids Remnants of Alpacas Remnants of Sateens Remnants of Sheetings Remnants of Tweeds Remnants of Prints If you want to see the cheapest Stock of Blankets, Flannels, Sheetings, Towels, Boys', Youths', and Men's, Clothing, Hats, &c,, &c., TRY THE ARCADE. MANNING STREET. FoRt SALE. TIIli Unlorsignorl has a good stock of the Hlollowing always on hand fnl,,anizod Iron, nill lengths, from £23 per ton. Panol Doors, moulded, 12s ld each. Window Sashes 10 x I2,0138. Colohnial Ovens, from 20s. Critorion Cooking Sovesm, a most comp...

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NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 September 1886

NOTES OF THE DAY. Tiri attention of the Government has been distracted lately by contennial considera tions, railway proposals, and questions afllot iug the constitution. Sir P. Jennings' pro posal for the celebration of the centennial is looked on as a more farce, and witticisms of a most.comical character are indulged in at the Premier's expense, The climax of absurdity was reached the other day when amid roars of. Parliamentary laughter, he pictured the savants of the British Associa tion cominig here to elucidate the mysterious gonesis of the platypus and echidna, T''he prevailing opinion sooems to be that the centennial should be a parely Australian allldr, and its celebration such as every class would ho ablo to participate in, In regard to railways there is diversity of opinion yet; the city railway of two and a half miles has Coon passed, and this will connect the country railways with their natural com mercial terminus, the deep waters of Port Jackson. The lines from Orango...

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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 September 1886

* METINO TO DE HELD. Y'mtertnnt Allie ?flroNa se. It, at 7!. N~o, 12, Ll.O.Lr., tnneta Oct, I at 7J: No. 1122 L.Wl., facets Oct. 4, at, 7.50. No. 140, L t..O . ,0cts Oct. H at 7.:w pan. Sou of fTelnpm;aco, No, 27, i:,oto Sep. 22.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 September 1886

('ar'n97ers & Gar'deners NDERSO & CO'S SEEDS. FOR ALL CROPS GENUINE & RELIABLE, ASK YOUR STORIEKEEPERS FOR THEM, 'AND SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. ANDERSON & CO., SEEDSMEN AND PLANT MERCHANTS, 216 & 218 PITT STREET. S Y D T E "Y. 7.7-.8 JOHN RITCHIE, SIIIP? AND COMMISSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL PROI)UCI'3 MIIICIIAN''T, Caledonian \Whnrt, Sydney. Strict Attention given to Returns, 7-1-8.-.y SlDisease)d Nnlmo oflteUlinli'H bri.aka forth in t ranloe Oriptionl."--Act iii, Scene 1. TO THE PUBLIC. ?OM\iB patienit suffering from ni''rvoRs nofleei. n tiO e are ifraid from nehI' IlsfllllituIH s n lllnoihlsety Ito t'lltuONAtI.SY .OnlIIIsult e n medical mnl-other pltienl ihave not the selfl'- IIsIn:nielllO nIlcdil'i (I whenl' in tIhe co1nsu1lting roomi, to nrenrntely describe thtir iympItl ?1l--t heur hli ilts of HIe, and theo nlturo of ihe dinoano tli y sllffer f'rmii. LIet such personl (lh ror slho) it qulietly down in thie priviry of' th'hir own apnrlteinls, and...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 September 1886

]PI1EMI3YrEIIIAN flenicti will bo conducltd iI thoe Pj' ib tej1an Clhurches by tho 11ev. J. Wilson on Sundaiy nxt no rololuw fninbcroo, ot 11 not. Mama inat 2.1D. .011t. lfiaLon, tot I pim.

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