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COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 July 1887

South Coast and i~eust Camden Co-opairtivo Company (Limited.) Bu'rrrn.--No change to report, naecon.-Market vory dull. Cliheoo.-Selli)g fairly wall at roduced Irrices. Eggs.-Largo quantitios coming to hand, and prices nro considerably lower. Livo Stock.-Pigs still low in price. Calves,. only small onus coming to Miarktn , and prices satisfaotory. Poultry.--Fowls, ldocks, turkoya, and geosoe show it slight ilnprovrniont. Following aro the quotations- ator, t, p bc ............ .. ....... to 1 0 Factory ditto ............................ O 010 , 0 1 1 'Iiitoui, pIr lbou 1 0 it ~ 0 0 7 'Icllo ,t pertor ..............0............... 17 0 0 1 Calf 81ns, ~ ch .. ....... ...... .0.. . . 0 0 II f'ils, alive, pOr Ilb. .................... 0 0 a I ~ 0 0 '1 "hleo . .... .... ... . ............... .... 0 0 3 ~ 0 uIaize, per bushel ...l .e.a .... . .. ..... a ,0 a s Oatia o ', pe, i ton, ....................... 4 0 0 4 10 0 luccue lt i. , pr. totl ................. 8 0 0 , 4 0 0 Platoea, p le t...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUNTING A BUSHRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 July 1887

HUNTING A BUSHRfANlGER. Tio Tl'est Australian of June 28 gives the f[ol lowing account of thoe pursuit of IIughos, the Froantlllo nmurdorer, who we learn by tolegralph was captured on Satur'day, July 2, having first been shot in the hip by the police. li had been three months evading capture :-Siuco the encounor tie lpolice had with T'lhoas lhighet on Friday, 24th June, they have kept up IIhe piursuit of lini with great vigour. It will Ie remombhered that on that occasion, after firingi tlhrco shots, he thrw away his swag, and, mi ntils hoots, dnstld into tile I)sli. The two con stables at whom lie fired followed him for some distance, and thlen retired from w\hat was, in their cirennstances, a hopoloss chase. They sent infolnathion of the aflfail into Perth, ant soon Sorgoant Clnffey and a umnbeor of mountaed constables proceeoed to the Canning. They weru able to do vol), little that evening, owing to darkness setting in, but at sunriso on Satur day tlhey picked up the tracks of II...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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A NATURAL REFORMATORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 July 1887

A NATURAL IEPORMATOPVY. (BY PlorL 13ornmnvoou.) TuiosE who are in the habit of reflecting on the anomalies of civilisation must have fre quently regretted the inevitable tendency of population towards urban congestion. Alike in old countries or in new, the desire of the multitude tends to a city life. An increas ingly strong objection seems to be manifested to the manly toils, the wholesome privations required by rural industry. The cheap re creations, the daily excitements of towns would appear to have become necessary to all classes. Even the respectable and per sistent workers aim at being distributors and exchangers rather than producers. The ratio between those who create commodities and those who take toll of them as agents is becoming disproportionate. The predatory classes as well as those dwelling on the borderland of crime grow yearly in numbers and audacity. Meanwhile the virgin lands of the interior are left untilled from sheer paucity of labouring hands; meanwhile the c...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 July 1887

TO LET. R, M'IN'TYli'i Cottago and GOrondR, at prsaant, occupiad by Mr. A. Rlobb, for a term. 7.9087 ALEX, OAMPBELLL, DIl. WILLIAhI 0 ASII3E, MA., may hlo - conalted, tmp)oraril?v, at ir, Mrlajor's rIosldonco, Marlket Stlumto, Klama, frolm 9' to 10 amn, and from 2 ao 3 p.n. daily, 7.6.87. Girls' High School, Kiama. LADY PRINOIPAL--MBRS, BRAMLEY, )UTIES will bo roesumnd JULY, 11lt. 7-2.87 8. Kiama Rifle Association, F nHE ANNUAL MEESTIN(G oa (lla abovo will t-ba ,lan in lhu Volntouor Ollicn on FLI. DAY EVIENING NEXT at 7.,0 p.m. Prino. wmnnr aln o aparliolarly roqoastod It attlnd, nad all rifles issuod to hon. nomibors will bo requirod for inupoetion. H71H. HONEY, 7 18.87-1, , lo. Saoo, GIRLS' HIGHI SCHOOL, KIAMA. LADY PIINOIPAL MRVIS. BRAMLEY. (Assisted by coniptolont Cortiloatod Tuaohurs,) TIT H courno odmpriaes all the higltr branch? of a Soland IEnglishl Edouallon llb the Pbillo Hinhool italoml, ncombinod wllh iltllvidal inatrmothon, lpaoial nadvan tnga for 1Frunlh (cOuvol ntinaa...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 July 1887

W1E89LFYAN. Rerln.PR Mill he ondouctutd in theI lVcnleynU Cliurch, on Sundny next, an followo: Illtonn, fit II n, ,.-,7rr. P. Fi,,lnyoon XRnmIL. at 7 10in.-leov . 0. R. 0hnson ,Tamrothro, .a1.1 u n n- Tr. W. Carlpi ,Tilii'iiifl. tt 7 pan.-Oliv. It. 11. 1t,,w, Ol rt 1mm nt 2.00 pdn.-M.lr. W, COohia Ointingnli, atit 11 am.-Itro. 0i. It. Olat'am flrTIIrnllt, nt 7 pan.-Mr. IV. Cnrufntol Foxornoml, at 11 ian.-Mr. \V. Cornlnril Shlrltlmraioir rot, 11 uaao.-lhv. It. II. Ilomo.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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THE QUEEN'S FUND. FOR THE RELIEF OF DISTRESSED WOMEN IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 July 1887

THE QUEEN'S FUND. FOR THE RELIEF OF DISTRESSED WO MEN IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [\We have heen requested to call the attention of the Ladies of this district to the Queen's Fund for the relief of distressed women in. New South Wales, and to thie following circular letter issued by the President, Lady Carring ton.] GOVEItNIENT House, SYDNEY. In comnmemoratiou of the fiftieth anniversary of the Queen's reign a fund has been estab lished, designated the Queen's Fund, the prinll cipal of which is to be invested in a permanent oudonllllt and the inlterest only to be devoted to tile relief of distressed women, resident in New South Wales, who may from time to tiume be in need of immoediate relief and help). The relief is to be extended to all clasces of society, from the humblest to thile distressed: gentlewoman, irrespective of nationality or creed. It is to be hoped that this workc may be car ried out mainly through the instrumentality of the women of this colony. I sul)it thie following sugg...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 July 1887

CONOl&E(ATIONAT CIURnCTI, O?IIRTSNOCNO. Tih Rev, O. Tloighway conducts servicso every Sunday na follnwn : norronlonEl at I1 nn. andl 7 p.m. [TIn rllrnr roen(IONo t1hat thin varinou lirorymon of thb distrint will nrnwrdi n onnlouononnoin of sornlr6e0 to he hoell lrom titan to Ilmo I tltnir churches, which notllos owi llI all cases bo nseorted gmratls.1 The Kiama Reporter. -0--- PUBLIIISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1887.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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JUBILEE ENTERTIANMENT IN AID OF THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 July 1887

JUBILEE ENTEETIANMENT IN AID OP THE HOSPITAL. Ox Wednesday last a number of local amateurs gave a dramalltic and musical entertainment in the Temporance Hall in aid of the Kialuu Cot tageo Hospital. The performance was a marked success, and resulted in a handsome donation to the Hospital funds, the proceeds amounting to £32 2s lid. The ontertainment commenced with the Jubilee Anthem, " God Save Victoria ' by the company and band, producing a very pleasing effect. The Kiltuna Dramatic Club then presented Thomas Haines' melodrama entitled "The Idiot Witness." It was pleasing to noto at starting that sundry improvomouts ha1d beeoo made to the stage appurtenances, which greatly enhanced the play. The beautiful seascape, especially, which illustrated the pioco, was very attractive, and reflects great credit on the local artist, Mr. R. H. Holden, who gave his services gratuitously to forward the beonevolnt object in view. The acting was s s a whole very creditable to the Kiama Dramatic Cl...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 July 1887

TirE large and intluential public meeooting held in the Temperance Hall, Kiama, on Thursday last, to protest against a wanton waste of public money about to be porpo trated in the erection of a railway station at the public cemetery, a mile out of Kiama, had very substantial reasons upon which to ground their protest and to support the petition submitted to Government, urging the immediate pushing forward of the rail way into the town of Kiaman. No nman in his sober senses who had ever visited Kinma would think of a station being erected at the present terminus of No. 4 contract at the spot just now indicated, where it would benefit nobody but the two or three landed proprietors in its vicinity. There is also the positive assurance that neither Kiama nor Jamberoo would, be served by the proposed station, even though some facilities for the Jamblroo trallic would be offered by the opening of a new street communicating from the proposed station to the Jamheroo road, and at the same ti...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 July 1887

NOTES AND NEWS. The Newcastle Borough Council have re solved to ask leave of the Government to borrow £15,000 for municipal purposes, Mr. Garrett's hill for the amendment of the Land Act of 1884 passed its second read. ing in the Assembly. The Education Department, including the children of the public schools throughout the colony, has subscribed £2295 towards the Bulli fund. Thero is a probability of the disastrous drought which has prevailed in England for some time breaking up, rain having coin. menced to fall. Mr. Foster presented to the Assembly a petition in favour of closing the theatres on Sundays bearing 36,000 signatures-all ob tained in a week. Thie Governmenst are satisfied that the managemeut of the Newington Asylum was not right, and they are seeking to re-organise the charities altogether. In thei Legislative Assembly Mr. AM'El. hone alluded to Mr. Inglis as the tiger. hunter, whereupon the latter informed hims that lihe was a goose. It is reported that Mr. Wall inten...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 July 1887

A L:t I 13Ao1c Ia A 'lIOuae:N-, It li, 1iUflhly nl('llhteI ilhur to n a trnin or In tlwIUIII ieHIo Nino iimoo ont ol' to tt it ldlttinoy disonbo, I l wiou'lo 1Itoh,, tailsc I):. l3ollu (Kidiioy nod Livur) l3ittnis for your bum tock nus nvoid* thiu ton gutrsou wo umid t id tictu woruutuug,-A Dy. Over 0800 peoplo attended the Adelaide J ubi. loo Exhibition on Saturday. The Local Government Bill, which is alrnedy in print, is nlargely modulled on that submitted to Parliament in 1881 by Sir Henry Parkes, The inquoest on the body of the infant found benoath the mattress of the bed used by a sor* vant at a boardinghouse in Elizaboth-struot, prdvod the cuuse of death to be asphyxia, SMr. Mlurdoch, in proposing the toast of the " ublieo Works Dopartlment," said on Satur. day that during thile 20 years' the departlment land buon in existeulnc they had spont over 45 millions of mloney. : All the prolililnary stops for placing their loan of £50,000 upon the Eligsleh market have booen taken by ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Tuesday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 July 1887

LATEST TELEC AAPHI INTELLI ENCE. (FROM OUR OWN CORREljSPONDENT'.) SYDNEY, Tuesday, 8 p.m. The Assembly was occupied during the greater part of the sitting discussing the re servation of the water frontages of Sydney harbour. Parliamont will most probably be pro rogued to-rnorrow. 'Ihe Government has decided that all, ten lers for loconotives. be accepted in the colony. Sir Henry Parkes consitbrs no olbjection should be raised to civil servants occupying positions as. Alderman, but obljUcts to their acceptinlg otlice as Mayor or Council Olerk. ,£37,000 has been subscribed towards the Bulli Relief Fund. There has been a heavy southerly gale blowing sinc Monday, the wind that night. travelling 80 muiles an hour. There were 188 candidates for entrance examination at the Sydney Public High School. Mr. and Mrs. Andorson and two chil dren now in quarantine, and in whose house at Oanterbury the small.pox patient, Anderson resided, have developed symp toms of small.pox. The Chinese Commissio...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 July 1887

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS, AN address and a purse containing over £90 were on the 4th instant presented to Mr. F. Thorpe, catechist of the Church of England, Nowra, on his leaving for England. DI). BltacsroN o" returned from Sydney by steamer last Wednesday (sooner than was ex pected), and appears to havero almost thoroughly recovered his usual health and energy.-S/toal. haven (Nese. Tle Lismoro Agricultural and Industrial So ciety's Show came off on Tuesday, Wedneseday and Thutrsday, 2.1st, 22nd and 23rd of Juno. and proved to be a great success. There wore over 800 exhibits. Cosmrant.c MnL.aLmt is, we are glad to report, recovering fromnt his wounds, though he is not yet able to leave his bed. 8onior-Sergeatllt llatley was able to get uip yesterday, but his right elbow is still very painful, and the armn at preselnt useless. Owiso to the very hfgh price that is being offeredt by the local Stock Board for the scalps of the nioxious animttils, that nre " ftlading fast awasy," and if t...

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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 July 1887

MEETINTGS TO 1B IIELD. rrtestaInt Anliuneo mcts July 20, at 7890. No. 12. LA.b., mOcet Autust 2, at. 7.,0 No. 110, LTO..., mnceets Atuat 1, at. 7,80. No. 77, L.O. T. inocta Aagat 1, at 7 p.m. No. 110. Lo.0.1.., turla Auagut 4, at.,2&t plo, Sonta of lTcmlplcontac, No. 27, mrect, Jurly 1..

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

JOHN STEWART, Auctioneer, AND COMMISSION AGENT, BROUGHTON. FOR SALE. f WO LARIG~l GALVANIZED IRON TANKS which will hold anoch about 1600 gal loat. Those tanks woro nadoe oxtra strong for holding water for tho gnsometer. Priro £lO0each, cash. lRegular prico, about £15. S, MAJOR, 8-2-86 The Arcado., KIERAN RYAN, Solicitor, etc. OFFICES: Terralong Street, Kiama. ,.23-87-j. GEORGE WALKER, Undxrertaker, Caban et.-amaker, Upholsterer. &c., KIA MA. Funerala conducted in any part of the dis trict at moderato charges. Jo:N RITCHIE, SHIIP AND CO0NMISSI'ON AGENT, AND COLONIAL PIRODUIJCE IIRCTIANT, Caledonian Wharf, Sydney. Strict Attention given to Returns, 7-31-86-y "Disensod Natlun oftentihnae broaks forth in otrangeo ruptions."-Act iii, Scene 1. TO THE PUBLIC. tO(lMKI patiIents sufforig from Inervousi I1lfec - tint( s tre afraid {'rfllr l hlr s hat1 ftllhtnl IesI anlld tonllsty to v'itr 1,oNOIt.'Ov Onnslit a mIedical tian-other intietls have nllot the sol I'-punaaasi:m ald conllltei...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 July 1887

PRERBBYTUTAN. ervireeR will bn conducted ln the Prervlytrlnn Churchce on Smndny next by I11m. J. Nilson as follows KImmnim. m1. II n.m. limelllTlatonr mt 2,90 p.m. Jimnloroo, it 7 p.m.

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SIXTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 July 1887

RELIG010US. CHIIUCIH Oi 1SNOLTND. STXrJ( SUNDAY A FTERI''lINITV Divine SrerveP will li e oidtated on Sunidaiy next In tho C~lncrh of England1O ChOrhncO 00 oRllow: (lirlot, C(IIIIIohI, BIfImninntII 1 .:n.-lhev. T. Tf. PrIcO Cloult Clhurch, at 7 pin.-Rev. J. I. Prico Poinvien will hon onndiitcud ino thin ChnnihI: of Roolnnld Jonherono, nod Sl ellhhnrlhour, on Suindraooy next, on follows Tnmojl 0000, h. II n.m-Ihov. 1,. Crkronh Shollhorhmoov, it 7 p.oi.-]hev. E. Crinlord

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 July 1887

MOTHER SEIGEL'S PILLS, For Constipation. Sluggish Liver, &c., U NLIKE 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, gliping 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 from the bowels. They operate briskly, yet mildly, without any pain. If you take a severe cold, and are threatened with a fev 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 do...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 July 1887

WJ7LUTIYAS. Reienlen will I'llo idgzcted In tIe WVcsleyan Churcrh, on iullnday next, n fnolluwo : ]lonwn, at 11 ,.rn.-Mi1. 1). Pillnynon Kiolil, at 7 pm.-Rev. (I. II. (l1lrnotn Jnamnhroo, at II ni.-Mr. W. Colchi Jninheiin, tit7? p.n.-ltiW. It, I. lloweo Old Ilacro. nt. 2.70 pan.-Mr. V. Cmrlii Ocrringnnl, tit 11 n ,i.-1tev. f. 11. (llhnion OIcrritniing, it 7 Ip.m.-Mr. \W. Corn forl ]ioxgriilmd, at 11 n.iii.-Mlr'. 7V. Ciiiifniil Shichlltirhir nt, 11 ni..-ltolv. Ii. B. Bnown.

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 July 1887

'V An Ir I T I IJ.s, \Vhut ustny hailpe to a op)ºor'or iin Qwvra. Innd is ihhnatHatodl ly Lisa cuao of hl: .i)odg. 8ol, whio, at atr ruaot inuoting of tho Oh urioh of gl ai\ulrl d at Slaurdlio r, Baidl tdiat tou tad it~l rnIirl Lhar .ErBIrita ' nwolirti IIi i'upOrtiri' to thur " I '.lrlrrr 1'rpt,'' rail to liii gIrrra BI purlI lii tluur rihirturl uhruli orrlfrir, uithrori i rot at roar bu of thu Cliiu uhi of Enrgland. " One more unfortunateo" Wandering alone, No one to care for her, Each heart a stone I Sonmbody's daughter dear, Ere evil brought her hero No good is taught her here, Friends she has none. Strange is the multitude Dazzling her sight, Strange is the great highway Leading from night. No one help brings to her, Saying kind things to her; No good saint sings to her Lost in sin's night, Where shall her shelter be Now as she goes ? Wherq will her footsteps tend 4 God only knows ! Proud hands may sweep her down Bitter words keep her down, Deeper and deeper down HIeaven help h...

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