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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 July 1887

CONQlfZOrATfONAT, ortlrncInr GdlRlflQOOG. ThI Ito'. 0. Ilciglhwmi7 condluto servi ces every Sundlamy as fmmolows noirommoon, it 1I n.m. nmil 7 pan. ['Itho m leor mc m otsml' tint the mialmoms emcrnymn of 11m mflliriet will fommmmmoml tnntmmmiii mmcommmo of mimloin o 1mo hoheld frommim limo to ilmime mm Ilmoir Cmit couchsl, whiiclm motices will mm il cnses bo immsertod gRmtio.' The Kiama reporter. POULItr LED lVERY WEDNElSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1887.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BILL NYE ON NEWSPAPER MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 July 1887

BILL NYE ON NEWSPAPER MEN. I IIAVI3 an acquaintanco who assists in edit. ing a morning newspaper, but he does not believe in allowing his children to utterly forget him,. 1o does not want his boys to think that they are orphans becauso he is not always with them. lio is a man of very strong will and a strict. disciplinarian. So he g,,ts'a holiday every two weeks in order to go home and do up his punishing. One time lihe found that his eldest or oldest son -I do not know which-b-lecause I am away from homeo without my library-h-lad vio lated the rules of the house ill a sad lmaner,. As nar as .I amn able to come at the facts, the boy had taken a quart of colrn and s5wn a long thllrad through each kernel, showing great patienco and Illrsol\',veranco in so doing. Hio then tied the ends of the threads all to gether in one knot, and scattered the corn whero a lahgo lot of geese wore in the habit of associating and pooling for their own mutual profit and improvoemnt. A man who comlo along...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 July 1887

Tiusi Government proposal for the ceolebra tion of the centenary of the colony seems likely in the main to meet with public ap. proval. The intended conversion of the Lachlan Swamp into a groat national park has several things to recommend it. In it self it may be thought hardly sufllicient to mark an important epoch in Australian his. tory, but so far as it goes it is unobjection. able. The rest of the scheme necessarily gives rise to much dillircnce of opinion. The two special objects of the scheme, as explained by Simt IInnv1Y P1AtK?cs, are tile making of a great park and the erection of a national edilico. The arca of land to be converted is about 1000 acres, and the cele bration is to take place on the 26th of January next. The erection, or " State H-Iouse" is to be furnished with a great hall or amphitheatre to be designated " P|m|trsP Hall," after the name of our first Gover. nor, A suit of rooms is to be set apart for the preservation of archives or records and memorials of ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOW IS IT DONE ? [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 July 1887

HOW IS IT DONE? AxvoNIn who has paid attention to the personnel of the Parliaments of the last few years, and the normal condition of the finances of many of the members on their first election to the Assembly, cannot fail to be struck with the improved condition of their monetary and landed allbairs after a few years of parliamentary work. Lot us give an example : We knew an aspirant for a seat in the IHouse, who at that time was not in regular employment, but in a peri patetic sort of way probably earned £2,00 a year. 'Eventually, he sacrificed a large per. tion of his not very valuable timeo to the services of his country as a legislator, for which, it must b1 borne in mind, ho was not paid. We may say that in a few years lihe became a fairly large landed proprietor solely as a result of his being in Parliamont, Lot us quote another case. A member who previous to his entry into Parliamont had commenced, but was quite unable to finish, a house of his own, had not been twelvo month...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 July 1887

LOCAL AND DISTBICT NEWS. A smnious accident bofol a young man nanmoed Underwood through a fall of rock whil hoe was woriking in the Piinnaclcl laim at Yalwall. Si'?i1c fMAIun XAvile., of the Goulburn Con. vent of u'brcjy, died from consulilptionl, 011 Sunmday, and was interrod within the Convent walls on 'Tuusday. 'hi ]sulli con s niionoitrin ridicul th t theory put forward by the Examiner of Co:altilds that there were two separate explosions at the wrecked colliery, and that they were n1ot brought about by gas. They lind that the explosion resulted from the liring of an over chait'rgd shot, and was intmenilied by the pro soIIou in the atmospheur of a largo quantity of uoallust. 'its shaues Hsubscribed for the proposed llrloughtnl Croek butter factory now lnuiber I1.0, but 700 more at least will be required. A meeting was hold in the Agricultural Hlall on the 8th instant to consider the question of site, 'over which tlhere has buun s1ome ditglroinllllt. It was decided that the conmn...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DELAUNAY'S PREDICTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 July 1887

DELAU1NAY'S P.EDTIOTIONS. IN a recent issue of the " S. M. Horald " it was stated that an imnlinent scientist, D)r. Delaunay, had recently been makinig pIodic. tions of a very unconmfortable nature con corning the probability of the southern por. Lion of Australia being visited by a volcanic outbreak shortly, And according to a thoughtful book on the " Physical Geography of Australia," by Mr, H. P. De La Poor Wall, the fears of the scientist are not with. out foundation, for it is theorin allirmned that during the latter niocone era all of the ocean. girt peaks to the south of this colony were at cortain times in a state of lfierce activity. This interesting work, which contains a largo amount of useful information upon the sub ject, states that in the north west of 'Vic toria there must at one time have existed a state of volcanic activity, which rivalled any. thing over witnessed in Italy or the Mediter ranean. The country which was chiolly allholted by those volcanic disturbances...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KIAMA POLICE COURT. JULY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 July 1887

I~IAMA POLICE O0URT. JULY 111, 11Blon TI, Comnoll, Fnr., P.M.I, John 1it en, drullnk on the 12I1I inamt, was ad otonished and dlischargd. JuLY 14. Waillort Thotmnponl wan ohargud with being illoga!lly oni tho promrtni?t. C(Jonnlahlcl Ilanhl aliotl : Prlunnor wa?a given into lily untoly by' ll'. Willimtn Dihkson,, Inng?or oif Tory'l Ilntolu, h'ing bei illegallly n the promises for an nIlwI' l pulrpntu. William Dicksonldeposedl: lMy ailltltion wan callted by thle ottk at Tory's [lotel yott'rdiay at 1 p.m., to the faut that a Imn, ta htrungr, hiad gone olptaitr. I folluowed and fountd risaoner in haod i n onu of theu 'oointm. I ord(ired hm ll ut. ITo guot, l nild pillt onhia clothes, Asked h( lwhat ho wan doinltg tlhur: hi rupliorl ho wvna doing nothing wrong, Aflorwrtds losing rigiht of prisonlur T thought hu might havu goon ill. no ofll thIll otlhor ill 1s, And onl narchinll I fu ild prilllonr in Mlr, Tury's holroom wit tlhe dont ulused. Prisoner was sitting in frotm (f a chat of dlr...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BERMAGUI MYSTERY. A STRANGE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 July 1887

THE BERMACUI MYSTE~5Y. A STRANGE STORY. Tiat following story, which will no doubt be received with a considerable amount of in credulity by the majority of our readers, was related a few days ago to a member of the " Echo " staff by one of the partnors of a loading firm of solicitors in this city. Some short time after the disappearance of Lamont Young and party, a squatter, resid ing in the Moruya district, whlo was a client of the firm referred to, informed the partner that he happened to visit a superannuated shepherd of his who lived alone in a iut some distance from tlhhomestation, and the course of conversation happening to turn upon the Bcrmagui mystery the old man. made 'the following startling statement :-That shortly after the supposed outrage le Ihat a dream-or, as he preferred to call it, visiomn -in which he saw two parties of Europeans fighting on a promontory near Bermagui. With the party attacked was one man wl:o was in collusion with those attacking, and when all th...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 July 1887

MEETINGS TO BE IHELD. Protelnsnt Alliano meets July 2l, at 7.10. No, 12. L.O.L., moot. Augut 2, at. 7.11( No.115, L.O.L., mneet August 1I at, 7.30. No, 77, L.O.L., meets Aoguit. , m ,at 7 y1." No, 140, L b.1.., Inomet AugtlotL 1, at. 7.:|!} p.m. sons of Tempeloract, No. 27, ,meets July 18.

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

JOiN STEWAiT, Auctioclleer, AND CO?zlllSSIO N AGENT, BROUGHTON. FOR SALE. TIWO LARlGE GALVANTIZED TRON TANKS which will holI o0ch aboat 1600 gallons T'hloso tankls wore nmade extra .troig 1'for holinlg water for thle ganomelloler. Prioe £0loachli, Ocash. R{egular paico, about £15. 8, MAJOR, 3-286 T 'he Arcadeo. KIERAN RYAN, Solicitor, etc. OFFICES : Terralong Street, Kiama. 3-21-87- . GEORGE WALKEER, 4Uxndertaker, Catbinet-ntaker, Upholsterer. &c., K I A M A. Funeralh condncted ill any part of lthe dis trict at modeoratlo charges. JoHN RITCHIE, SITIP AND OOllMISSTON AGENT, ANtl COLONIAL PIROI)UICE MERClIhANT, Caldonlianl \Wharf, Sydlney. Strict Attention givon to Returns, 7.3 I1-Sky "Diseaoedl Natno (.flenlnhies breaks follrth in rrl.lngo o0rultiloni."-Act iii, ScUIIne 1. TO THE PUBLIC. COME paii'nls iffering from nervons nfife 1Jlioiesaire afraid froii shoeir hlshfuliinees nlll iiodly V i o I'IISloNal, 'ciolult Ia lledien l lii-olliheri pllHohI ll'e l oi tml C olfll'-ponosl...

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

PRSill:TI111 r111S. SinnIcoR wrill 1wn eoti~ltwrn~l in, 11wo 1'il~iwiErin OIITCIwIws on RSnldy next by Rev.J, 1 lJ W O" Its followsriW lMininn, na 11 sIn. Slielllinlwnar nt 2.30 Ism. Jnnlsnroo, nt 7 p.m.

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SIXTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 July 1887

*RELIGIO1JS. CIIfURCII of IEONtANT). STXTII SUND)AY AFTI]II TI1TNITV Dlvine RArvic wvll r nh lolucatoi no Rotn'n a ext in tihe Church of EnIgland Churchs as follhw4:-o Christ Church, Elinotn, at. 1I a.,.-llev. J. IL Prtci Chrito Church, tt 7 p.o.-tlre. I, IF. Price Sit. Oooorde', (terrltgotg, at ot2.lO pt.o.-Ile. J. It. ProicO Crawley' IForest, tit 11 ~n.m-?-fr. JTohn HTolbtoot Servcesw o1l ho Counltel II e n IOn ChttircIt of Enotind Jooottoo , otto gtodllhautont, no Snittoloty text, 0s follows : ,Toeonro, fLt11 n.oi.-ireo'. E. Cetoeooel Shtcllltnratottr, at 7 p.m.--]tet. I,. Cttofird

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 July 1887

Ronds Deponrtmenlt, SyItnoy, 11th July, 1887. TENDERS. A TTENTION is diretold to Gaoelle N,,tioo invitingl Tonders for ulldormontionod work, :VZ. lBridgo over Mullet Crook on Malain South Coant Road (oxclunivo of irto work.) Time for Rleceipt of T'oendors.-2nr d Allllnt. 7-16.87.3-w. JOHN SUTLIIIILBAN)D. I.O.G.T. EXCELSIOR LODGIE, JAMIBEROO0. SPEO[AL MEI?'l'IIG will be holdl on MON DAY NEXT, July 18th. G. J OLANOY. 7-16.87.1 W. S. MUSIC-GERRINGONG. M RS. BRAMLEY has vacancies for two Pupils for Music, Singing, or FIoInch loessls. 7.2-87-n, Ii. \VIIAAM O. ASIlE, NM.A., uany he co . nIted, to upornrily, at. Mr. il'jir's ro?ldolco,, MarkeI fqu lro, Kiintna, from i to 10 an.,, and froln 2 o 3o p.im. daily. 7.6 87 GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL, KIAMIA LADY PRINCIPAL- MRS. BRAMLEY. (Assistd by comlpetoent Cortiicated Toaclhers,) T1IE coture coinprises all the hilghor brancheso of a Sound tEnglisIh Etdlttnlion on tlhe i'lulio Hohool systoimconbinlod with indivitital instruction. Speciao l atvn lnoges...

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

T)cu'rht,--?[n, L:oAc,\lo t (IllItIiI, Slll'gon Denilisl, reisIinthil ir Mr. (ltvll,[Iu (}hil'iul, Surgical n dl M ,'c.l.Mni o l DI)iti(j1, ol' 10 Yo'k Hln, ny, \VlYarl 8llmred318w, Sydney',--alntnlihshd 183--will rou-viit Khinli on Mondly, 25tlh .holy, sli may ho Onllltied lit hi, privnto roola, AMr. Jnalcon's, lnuhinig.struct, for n low coanuontiv rings',-- AIo . * 7.13 87' T'ho Tclerapk. uIlllderatanlds thnt thi Sundrlay colcolrta, which woro recontly interdictcd by li.ho Colonil Socrt:ary onil tlhe groundr thatn theny wore in violllboln of thiu ]icolnaos isucdl to t.?ll lthlatros in whichl thoy wo,'o )hild, aiu bing ro-. m1ned under Ministeirial ounitirii. Siccint form' of licones, nulthorising Sndaiy ontot. talilIIn01n1.s, havl'o b)0e11 printed, nod those, tgilod by the C'.hoilni teocrotary, alr e oupplioild to ;thU srll ionl lunnngui ' (on tho fnormr boing vitistild na to till chin?rotr' of the exhibition for which they 'orl rel'oird. On this ll ooting Sunliday conlcerts ln, v...

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PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 July 1887

P~0IW(ATION OF PADLIAMENT. THIE OOVERIINO'S SPEICII. FowoowiNo is tho lpetch of his Excelloncy at 'the prorogation of l'Parliantt oni Wednesday las :- I"ONOiABLE.I GSTI'EIu,111N OF ToIFo LEOIXLATIVE COUNCIL AND GCINTOLEMI oN OFT' E LI-IISL.\TIVE AsiEsLYx, It otlfrds ue much pleasure to be able, con siH(tUntly iwith a diu reglrd for tho publlic iuto rest, to releaso you for Ia time froml attuodoco upon your Parlialnontarv duties,. 2. 1 congratulata you ul Oi the important Acts which you have passed foe. iiiplifyinig the Custoems taiff l' nd reduicig the numbor of dutiable articles to such narrow limits as will not seriously intcrforo with the operations of commerce, and for iimugurnting a policy thought at p)resOlit incompleto, which is sanctionCd by unlhightenoiid lblic opinioln, Iland has boon foul iu the United Kingdom to work with indisput able effelct in iromiiiting the wclfliu'o f all classes of the ploplo. By thloso measures you. have faithlfully givisn lfcct to the verdict of...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 July 1887

OM ER AL. Eoutlh Ooast and West Camdlon Co-oporativo Company (Limited.) Following nro tihe quotatioml :- ttoer, let, erlb ...................... 0 0 to 0 1 0 ,1actory ditto ............................. 0 0 10 ,, 0 1 1 Ilneoo, perlb .............................. 0 0 2 0 0 7? Cl l ito ....... .................. 0 ... 0 o 0 0 4 Tallow, per ton,.. .. .................. 17 0 0 18 0 0 Cult kls, cac. ...................... 0 ) , 0 1 0 'iteo olive, per .. . .... ................ 0 0 ,, (I 0 1 2tiiee, e .................. ....... 0 ,, 0 I 0 OIiele r .................... 0 0 :1 0 0:1 e ....per b ela, p........r..... .......... 0 00 a ~ 40 O1 0 Ouiteo11 al , 1)p ton ................... 4 0 0 n 410 0 lucerao Ilay, peer ton.................. I 0 0 ,, 4 0 0 lPotutoels, per toi........................ 10 0 ,, 4 10 0 oo ls, per pi ,l ........................... 0 0 ,, 1 IlluOek, per pair .......................... 0 4 0 ,, 0 0 0 eese, per p ar ........................... 0 0 0 0 ( Tue y ,peor , o...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Friday, 12(noon). [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 July 1887

LATEST TELERR1APHIO INTELLI (FRno oUR owN consmsroNDENr.) SYDI)NEY. Friday, 12 (noon). The Colonial Treasurer accompanied the Governor.to Melbourne. Four clerks employed in the Educational Department have been dismissed, also all the temporary clerks lately employed in the Treasury consequent on the ad valoremn duties ceasing in September. At a meeting of the Primrose League a resolution was carried in favour of the Irish Crimes Bill. The Orange Institute cabled to the Mar quis of Salisbury that 20,000 Orangemen sympathiso with him in the Irish Question. Cleverly forged £5 notes on the Union Bank of Australia have been passed on tradesmen. The new Patents Act comes into operation on August 1st. The inquest on the intawkesbury railway accident is concluded, the jury fastened the blame on the laxity of the Railway Depart ment. Mr. Ilordor, miller, of Singleton, dropped dead in his mill. 7 p.m. Regulations have been issued by the Minister for Public Instruction to the efloct that pupil...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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CONCERT AT JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 July 1887

CONCERT AT TAMBEE0. (FInoM ouR cotlIlus,'os'Dtl?'r) 1'niE Shellharhour Amateur Minstrols gave an rI(tlerniOenit on \rWedlusday night last in ithe Protestant Hall in aid of thi ]inina Hospilnl, llt owing to Iho inuddy state of tha roads and perhaps to the disnppoinllnoent cl ontelrl Ly a ecolnt performance of a shRilar charnuctcr, a 'ery silllll audience alenlbld( to hear thenm, cotleoquentlly the hosplital fudls wVill not l(, iuRgmenltd to any nppreciablo e(xtento. Hiow verl', in pitu of tiho poor at le ian ice, a lengthy rl'ogrnlllllnlu was very ccessfully goneLl throullgh, IIt as no printed programmes were available, alld the Innjofity of Itheo plerflror w'(ro (ltrn g'ers, indivi(dunl criticism is out o' IthI quontion ; s1uflo00 it to say tha' t botl " Lcorner men(" were good and imanay of their jokes also, the Innsi ,(0'ial were (l.1o very fair', two onI violins, one n coelll'liilln, anlldl onlo pianist, who took tie full worth of his nlonoy out of' ho " Sciety's " inlltlrument. ...

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

T.ortr.OWAV'H PILLrBS AND OIN' In'jT--'I'Ihn cOal binid III stifuclu of ovneoro\wling, sud1notory c0c00 uo p h111o nol monotony of IIl'o nin only too well Ikncown o 111080 who h'ove o1)8 th e hioot part 'of hioir Iivo4 Inhoiht11g ill foctorion nod11 crowdecdI wolkroosoH, im oli a mnIlanor imon. finom1not mnknnR thl o gonnran hmotth anI od mandn cimimmllam oo00alotlaa, iihljtlt'011, g iitoiti 1mm1i vmarihmm ftarms of OI a Illomoanon, I1Imllomm 'ma 1nmond Ion nea of pricol' n 1n 0nl1n In poo'HOia (If thi oIRnHH, for timn3' omm Ira manl h 14 alt fimt h nmnllaing ImaH mat wotomi, luiing pam0i1,1 mogul ohI1 i in t mii cmnlpOHI. limit, not1 nonoqa ml IIs not wilitt l I tarmafinvA oar lio 1oat afohlamatalu at1i11. 'Thea on amrionnan of,' 11o010 lht fumty yonma proton 8lint no 111011118 anarpana [lot Iaamvaay riinnhammn11 lot. cuttalu anal toga, mmmii1 18ranata l(ilul l a111nd wotladH of it killMlli -t1,lV'1'

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 July 1887

NOTES AND NEWS. The Crown Lands Act was passed in the Legislative Oouncil. The reported outlnleak of cattle disease in Now Zealand lhas not beei contlirmed, The Gove'rment intend to bring in a hill for regulating the conduct of life assurance socinties, .'The total nulnber of convictions for drunkenness in the colony durilg the year was 22,294. It is proibahle that the Government, dur ing the recess, will consider the proposal to extendl tho penny postage system to all places accessible by rail. Sir lHeary Parkes says he is beginning to think all the strong drink in the colony will be conslulned before the report of the Drink Coomn iissioni is brough t up. The total anouint spent by Government in prosecuting the alleged wool frauds was ,£3?173, Mr. Salomnons appropriating £2152 10( Gd and Mr. Wise .£791. 5s 6d. In the Legislative Council Sir Alfred Stephen's motiol, relative to the alteration of the amine of New South Wales to " Aus tralia " was withdrawn, after someine discus sionn...

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