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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 July 1887

VA I TIES. A child, seven yeaors of ago, while engaged in pistol practice in Brisbano on Saturday, acci dentally shot himself in the chest, and died instantly. The notorious Perth bushrangor, Hughes, on Saturday lired throe shots from a Martifi Henry rifle at the constables attempting 'his cepture, but luckily minssed his sihn. It is probable the Government will drop lho Railway Bill for the present, in ordor to allow Parliament to prorogue oithor at the and of this or the beginning of next month. The Metropolitan Agricultural Society have suggestod to the Goveornmenot that the con tenary of the colony be celebrated bIy a show of colonial stock and produce, to extend over a week. The reprsoentatives of the Westinghouse Brako Company are actively doefending their invention. The failing of the brake in self acting is lost emphatically declared an imnpos sibility, Under the hoeading of " Advance A ustralia," a Newcastle paper says, " A lady living a few 'iilos up the river, near Mosqui...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KIAMA RIFLE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 July 1887

Tix quarterly priso meeting of this association took place on Wednesday last at the usual place. Tihe weather was very favourable, and, as might be expocted, some excellent scores were made. There wore twonty.three coln petitors, and, as will be soon by the scores, the cozmipetition was very close, Mr. G. Knight carrying oft the first prize with 71 points, the highest possible score witlihut any handicap allowanoe being 70. Appended are tho scores end winners: f50 600 Alnceo, Ttl., 0. Knight, let prize ,., 25 31 15 71 J. Armstrong, 2nd do.... 31 28 11 70 J. Spinks, 3rd do....... 31 32 6 69 J. M'Lean, 4th do. 33 28 8 69 C. Bureill, 5th do ... 29 31 8 68 . XW. Craig, 6th do, ... 33 25 9 67 E. J. Markse ........ 29 26 8 63 11. icks ..... .... . 31 30 1 22 . Finlayson . ... 25 29 6 60 .1. licks... ..... ... 0 29 0 59 I1. I Il. Lney,. . .. 31 28 0 59 T. Spink ......... 27 22 8 57 T'. honey . ...... 28 19 10 57 S. Marks... ........24 22 10 56 Il. Alarke ......... 25 21 10 56 G. Ilursill ....

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 July 1887

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THE PEAT'S FERRY RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 July 1887

THE PEAT'S FERRY RAILWAY AUCI PENT, Acr the inquest on the body of William 1lenry Hankin, who died of injuries received in connection with the railway disaster at the Ilawkesbury on the 21st ultimo, Alfred Olissold stated the only brake power he had control of was one American car; the whole of the train was under the control of the Westinghouse brake from the engino when it left Sydney ; he thought the train could have been kept under if both hand.brakes had been put on when the train got on the incline, but he could not get to the other hand-brake ; lihe believed there was suflicient brake power in the hand-brakes to control the train; lihe attributed the runaway to some failure of the hraeko power from the engine, The rule 40 said, " Every person who goes in charge of a train as guard must be well acquainted with the road over which lie has to travel ;" he knew this rule ; lie did not tell the stationmastor he did not know the road; witness uncoupled the carriages below IHornsby,...

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

A r2AM I BAOK Is A 'IoititN'i., It in usually asclibod either to a strain or to rhloutnatisa, Nin?h tinoes out of ton ilt tis kidney disease, lie wiseo in time, ake Dr. Bells (Kidney and Liver) BittIr for your laeno back and avoid the dan gora of which it ia the warning,--Anv, Proprietary Notice. IN Ilst issue of this Journal thoro applonrod a communication signed ":hotnesty," which rcllooto discredit oil the hospital commnittooe nd )r. Torrey, its medical atttedlnt. As most of the comnmitteo iare personal friends of ,inioe, and Dr. Torroy stands lodsorvedly very high in itly estimation, I take the eirllest opportunity of iasuring those gentlomUIe that I have no sym piatliy with the opinions oxpressed in this co-t. mutication, which I never oaw before its pub lication, As proprietor of this journal I amt naturally hold responsible for its conteuts, not withstanding the fact that I have not road its mnanuaoript or one proof hooet since the paper has been under the mnanagement of its ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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JULY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 July 1887

JuLY 5. DBefore Mehrs. H. Connell, P.M., T. Brown, H. Freldericks, and Dr. Ashe, Js.P, JaRniR Faddy, charged will being drunk an]. disorderly il 'erurralong.struot on the 2nd inst., pleaded guilty. Prisoner was nalo charged with assaulting Seolior-.orgeant JoIhn leUalay on the seino on casion, but said he dli not recollect it, as he wne drunk. ll e did not thinki a remand would enll able liel, to recollect; lie pleaded guilty to the charge. Constable H. B. Bannks deposed: About half. past 11 on Saturday night lent prisoner had his coat off and was behaving in a d iordorly man nor in T'orralong-street. I saw liihi il Seonior. Sergeant [leanly's custody. After the Sergeant had taken him ia few paces towards the lock-up prisoner hicked thlie SBrgeant and throw hhis on tlie groinid. Constable Miller and imyself then took prisonor iunto cuniody. Prisoner walked a few yards quietly and theu said he would not go. lie was nevor in custody before to my uknowledge. Prisoner : I had my coat of...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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THE PEAT'S FERRY RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 July 1887

TI~I PEAT'C ' FLE Y RAILWAY AC CID1NT. AT the inuoest on Friday William Hulme do posed: 1 was at Peat's Ferry when the acci dent happenod, and wia standiug near the points when the train passed. ,I heard it coin ing down the bank andahinost the oauinnOmient saw it coming att a exceieeive speed out of the outting. I could see the train had got away and was not under control. I. had scarcely seen it when it was past niM. It was only a few seconds and I consiider it passed ie at the rate of fully Fr miles an hour, I followed it up and assisted in getting the injured out of the carriages. The engiuoe turned over into the water and the irht and actond carriages were teleucoped into one anolthoe. After the accident 1 .saw that the brake blocks of the third cerriagea from the engine were hanging hise. 1 examined the tires of the wheelo of this carriage and the one behind it (No. 4), and founld them ins cool as they could have buel by running without the brakes hbing applied to thets. .1 ex...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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KIAMA COURT OF REQUESTS. JULY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 July 1887

IAMA OOU, T OrF EQ?? ~STS, JULY 5. I?l?rontia llrs, II. Conoall, P,t,., HI, Colloy T', Brlown, and l. Freodorioks, J?,.P. A, Campbell v., A, Torre?a-COlain £9 12' for hre,?, eart, and hnlarl00 ?old to dofendant, Mrs, Johinaton Stated that s?hl instructed plaintlit to Boll thl horse anR d Barto, &o., which wvoro her property, and pllintiff paid her the purchase money on 11th May last, . Plaintiff prodlnued a Illntoraillutn ohowill l410 of the horeo and cart to dlefendant on l?t May luot for £9 payable three months altur. The following receipt was produceod t "July 23rd, 1880, lleceived from Ilunry Torrena the sem of £9 full amount for horae and cart, (ianed) William Henry." \illiam IHenry stated that hl took defendant to plaintift and defendant agreed to take the horse if Hlltable, but on cooing the horse would not take it, and hl (wvitnleo) sold it to the boy, Had never paid his iinter (Mr,. Johnuton) the luney ; had notot it yet, Verdict for platitif? for amount olanmod and...

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KIAMA MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 July 1887

KIAMA MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOOIETY. ON Tuesday evening, 28th ultimo, a meeting of the Kia?na Young Aoln's Mutual Improvement Society was hold in the Church of England Schoolroom, the President in the chair. An animated and most enjoyable debate took place on the subject " Which exercises the greater influence for good in the world, man or woman 1" AMr. Ritchio gallantly espoused the cause of woman, and in an able speech adduced many good arguments in support of his views. Mr. S. Major, who was expected to lead the opposition, failed to put in a aappearance, owing to indisposition. A successful champion, however, was found in the person of Mr. Mitchell, a visitor to our town, who eloquently and forcibly picked MAr. Ritchie's arguments to atolus, giving in exchange powerful counter ar guments in dcfcuOe of tile greater influence for good exercised by sman. Mlr. G. Somerville next rose iin support of Mr. Ritchie's views, and made an excellent little speech, instancing the great influenco...

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GERRINGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 July 1887

)RiRUINGONI MUNIGII'AL COUNCIL. TOlO regular fortnightly meeting of this Council took place on Monday last and thoere wore pre seAot thi Mayor, Aldormenu Leo, R. Wilson, Slharpe, J. Wilson, Hidmarnlh, Noble, Gordon and A. \Viloon. Minutes of previous mnooting wore road and conlirmod. COnRREPONDE.OIL The outgoing commununications wore to 1. Mr. 8. Sproule. 2. Mr. R. Mlothvon as ordered at previous meeting. The incooltlg lottory were room 1. Lady Car rington to the Mayor es under : G Governmenllt House, "Sydney. " Tihe Queen's Fund for the reliof of dietressed womoen in New South W\ales. "Sir,-It lhaving bee decidedl at a monster mooting held in the Exhibition Building, Syd ney, on 15th-' That in conmmemnoration of thu 50th anniversary of thu Queen's roign a fund shall bu created to be onlled ' The Quoun's I"'und,' for the relief of distressed women in Now South \VWales, and tlhat tihe work of oollect log donations to the said fuod shall be carried out muainly through the instrumental...

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FAREWELL TO DR. W. C. ASHE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 July 1887

FAREWELL TO DE. W. 0. ASHE. (Fromn the Neawcucslle Morning Ileriald and Miners' Advocate, ,JulU 1.) Tou farewell accorded to Dr. Asho on Wednoe day night wan in every respoet a worthy damon etr tiotn, and wav a Htriking proof of the esteemo anr: rIespect in which he wan hold by all classue of Novocnstriane, and particularly the inolubaur of the local Iletachrnent of the Maitland Light horse, of which h hoe hhad command since its inception ahbot six mionths ago. Sholrtly after 10 o'clock the troopers ne combbled on horseback at Iho doctor's late reel dence in Lrnam?n-.treet, and being drawn up itr linr, Sergeant Shaw, in a few applropriat sIun trencoa, Iannounced( the o1 joet with which they had met, viz., to expraos it) a body their regret at the doepartuir of Lieut. Aiho, tdeir sense of the loan the troop wan lntalining thereby, and tihe ernest hope that in tile now Hphere to, which Ihe wan removig lihe would be bluHsod with all prosperity and haiiiinosu. Liaetenanrrt As\?r, in rep...

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KIAMA AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. COMMITTEE MEETING. JULY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 July 1887

KIAMA AGRIOULTURAL ASSBOI ATION, COMMITTEE MEETING. JULY 1. Passc'r:--lossra. D. L. Dymock (in the chair), A. Campbell, J. and G. Somnervilleo J. T. Cole, J. Love, 11. Frbde'riks, M. N. Hlind marsh, Dr. TIerrey. Correspondenca :-To Mr. A. Cameron, M.P., dated 22nd ultimo, requesting his iifluence to obtain from Government a grant of £500 to as nist the society in paying for ne? showground and buildings created at a cost of over £2,000, and mentioning the fact that the young Agri cultural Society at Kangaroo Valley had re ceived £500 worth of land, and other kindred societies in the colony had beeo liberally ss sisted by Government. From editor A ustrauhlaan Iroe ongver, &c,, Melbourno, requesting particulars of the society for publication. Fron Jnlo. M,'Lachlan, secretary Botanic (lGardens, Sydney, replying to Society's applics tion, that a fair proportion of such plants as there imay be for distributionl, alid considered suitable will bu allotted to the Society. From Jno. W...

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SHELLHARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 July 1887

SiELLHARBOUR. (FROM OUR COORnISPONDEN'T) T'n? Albion Park Amateur Snowflake Minstrols gave an entertainment in the Te'mperaenco Hall on baturday evening Inas. Thie orchestra was composed of Miss Douglas (piano), Mr. Gale (clarionet), Mr. IIalkett (violin), Mr. Langdon (bonee), Blr. Davis (interlocutor), and Mlr. T. Fonwick (tambo.) The hall was nearly filled with young and old. The prograunmme coin tnenced with the P. & 0. Polka by the com pany, followed by a song "1.otnanly yeo " by Mr. H. Douglas, a comio by Mr. Langdoe, " Oh Mary Ann," " I dreamt my little boy " by Mr. Condon, "Wait for the \Vnggon," Mr. T. t'enwick, "Only to eeo lher Face" by Mr. F. Norril, serio-comnio song by 1Mr. J. Douglas, and " Pretty White Lillies' by Mr. Davis were appreciated by the audience, several of thlmn being encored. The "mysterious telephone " closed the first part of the programme. Part second commenced with an overture Pinafore Waltz " hy the orchestra, deot "Wait till the cloutlde rol...

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JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 July 1887

4 AMBEfOO. (FRoM A UnnUr1a11ONUONr,) AN ontOrtainment of a novoel dosoription in this distriot was given last Monday nIlht in the Protestant iall ill onnootioln with the Eaxcol. Dior Lodge of Good Tu plllelrs in theu hape of ii lool Plllrlinlantary eluction. Mr. 1,. J, Oonolly aoted as Iuturulilg Ollloor, whilo the caiuldidatuls were ?aonalus, 13. G. Engelolhlrdt, J, Nalson, and G, , Odilluy. After the cndlli dates had Ioln duly klropolud and seconldd, Mr. Engelhardt laid his views before thuo olo. tor,. MIo would bring the railway through Ja?nburon, drain the swanp, construc t Ia road ip) theu Stookyard Mountain, and do anything elso for the district that nliwas' rbrjihlruod 11 would support the proposed nilhlltodidents in the llaud Act, prohibit forolyinur from sottling in theu olony, and would vote for Fuialo Sull'frao,. anld was in favour of Ia protlutivo tatrit, iMr. .1 Nelson lannouunuod himself s ai thorough Freatrador, opposod to Falnalo SutllIbgo, in favour of Colonial faor...

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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 July 1887

LOCAL AND DIT1TICOT TEWl. - -- Q-- AT the Shellharbour Polico Court on Mon. day last, before John Conway, Esq., J.P., Henrc y King, for being drunik and disorderly in Shellharbour on the previo,.sa day, pleaded guilty, and was lined 10a or 24 hours. Tae Rev. John W. Dymnock, of the Presby terian Church, Broushton Creok, and late of Moss Vale, has been compellled to retire from the Ministry for twelve months, owing to oun tinued ill-health, which has given his friends great concern of late. WE (ShoIal/hven NeiAs) have received a letter from Mr. A. Coulan, of Jervis Bay, stating that a complaint has broken out amongst the children in his neighbourhood similar to that which broke out some two years ago. It is a kind of throat aflction, and is contagious, several children having died at the time mentioned. We think this is a case in which the Govern metl medical olicuer of the district should make Inquiries. We leaTrn from a tprivate source that -our member, Mr. Angus Caienron, M.P., ha...

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

JOHN STEWART, Auctioneer, AND COMM0;ISSION AGENT, BROUGHTON. FOR SALE. TWO LARGE GATIVANIZED IRONTANKS which will hold each aboullt 1600 gallons. These tanks were ronmade extra strorg for holding water for the gasomleter. Price Li£Oaich, cash. Rtegular plico, about £15. S. MAJOR, 3-2-86 The Arcado. KIERAN RYAN, Solicitor, etc. OFFICES : Terralong Street, Kiana. 3-23.87-}. GEORGE WALKE"I, Undertaker, Cabinet-malcer, Upholsterer. &c., K I A M A. Funerals conducted in any part of the dis trict at nmoderate charges. JoHN RITCHIE, SHIP AND OOITMISSI:ON AGENT, AND COLONIAL PlRODUC[id MEIRCIfANT, Caledonlian Whar'f, Sydney. Strict Attention given to Returns., 7-31-86-y "Diseased Nature ofltentimes breaks forth in strange eratptions."-Act iii, Scene 1. TO THE PUBLIC. --OWOE, patiensi onffee'ri.g from nervoits anfi'ec S tits tlhre anfraid firol sheer ll ashi llfhniess eali toihelo'srty to rrI'r:tnwiAtY '1noniilt a not dical tnlllti-l-tler' trltients llr ave lit ti'll sel i'-Ipolsse,'...

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KIAMA POLICE COURT. JUNE 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 July 1887

K IAA POLICE COURT, Jvu1n 28. BEFORe E. Connoll, Esq., P.M. A. J. Talbot was charged with being drunk in Manning-street on the previous day. Constable D. Coates said defendant was drunk and staggoring about the street. A gentleman in the mail coach coming In the op mosite direction to which he was riding called his attention to defendant having boon knocked down by a man on horseback. Witness thought defendant got in the way of the man's horse. Witness turned back and saw defendant on to his feet and afterwards took him into custody. Conslable Banks said when defendant was brought to the lock-up he was drunk, and not able to take care of himself without asaistance. Defendant denied being drunk or under the influoenco of drink, having had only one glass that afternoon. James Walker said defendant had been in his colnpalny for about two hours before his arrest, and when arrested was not drunk and was quite capable of taking care of himself. They left Evans's together and, defendant lo...

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DISTURBANCE IN TERRALONG STREET. A CONSTABLE STABBED. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 July 1887

DISTURBANOE IN TERRALONG STREET, A CONSTABLE STABBED. AF.TrIt the closing of the publio houses on Saturday night last--the lust "pay-night" of tile men employed on the fourth 'sotion of the Illawarra railway--a man was arrested for being drunk and disorderly near the Kiama Ilotel, His arrest resulted in the gathering of a noisy crowd apparently bent on mischief, Scr. geant IHcaley, who was taking thu man into custody, was resisted, knocked down, and impeded in his duty, and the assistance o2 Constables Banks and Miller was necessary to convey the drunken inan to tihe lock.up. -Returning to the scene of the disturbance to tlecht another arrest the polico were aas saulted, a sorimnmago taking place in the middle of Tervalong.street amongst the mounds of blue nmetal covering at interval the tramline. These alforded ammunition to some of the erowtl, and stones wore, pretty freely flying about, Constable Banks re. ceived a blow on the buck of the head either from a stone or a flll. Const...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 July 1887

WHO IS MOTHER SEIGEL? She is a lady who, by the i'erest accident, has made a most vnlunatlo discovery, and she is creating the wildest enlthlsinasn aill over the country. and everybody is talking about heo and asking WHAT IS MOTHER SEIGEL'S REPUTATION ? and silo tells themn to read the thousands of letters, soletlhing like the following from IMr. Perkins: A WONDEmFUL TrST'IsMONIAL, "Grove Pharmacy, Inaling, \V., Jan. 2, 1885. " Your relllicino ImIust lie the Inost wonldert l dircovery, for during my experience of mlore than twenty years 1 never ]know any proprietary or intent Inediciir in such universal favour and demand, It is simply extraordinary, and if I wore to sed you ll alccount of every state melnt mnde to ioi in its favour, yon would have to pubIlish a separate book to contain iny testi moniels alone., (Signed) " TrrouMAs J. PERKllNR," AndlI then people ask WHAT DOES MOTHER SEIGEL DO? YIVIC RErIMF' AT ONCE. 9 Il, Bloomfield road, Plnristead. " Janl. 7, 1885. " I find the tn...

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VARIETIES. THE BACHELOR'S SOLILOQUY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 July 1887

VARIETIES. THE BAOHELOR'S SOLILOQUY. I do not liko a girl that's tall, A girl that's short is worse than all; A girl that's still I would not woo, A girl that's pert is odious too; I sigh not for a girl that's fat, And one that's lean is worse than that; I would not court the one that's old, Unless, indeed, she's got the gold ; And one that's young I would not wed, For youth is fickle so 'its said ; I would not have a girl that's fair, And one that's dark I cannot boear; A girl of sense I could not rule, And yet I would not wed a fool; A flirting girl I would not take, For she my heart would surely break; A girl that talks fron morna till night I always look on with alliright; I find it very hard to suit, Beocause of having so Imuchl fruit: No pick had Adam, I believe, Thel only woman theln was Eve; But he no doubt doomed her a prizo loe took her and lost Paradise I -Norristown He:rald. Grand Rapids, May 3.-A horrible tragedy occurred at a farmhouse two miles south of this city last...

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