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THE STORY OF A BIG ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 July 1887
TH?E STO? OF A 3I?C I .OBBERY, (',nom the Age.) TI'ut polico natlhorities of Melbou'rno, after a long and s?u'crtig invost.igatioln, havo traced anio nof theu inii £.1.00-inotes atloln o( Satur day, theo 1a4th MIay, frimn Mri. Willia Sykesu, ua faru'mor, at or near the Colonial Bank, Eliza both-stroot. On that day Mri. Sykes, haviing sold, through the hands of Mosrs'. Campbell, Pratt, and Co., his faiurm at, I)andnonug, re c?ived a cheque for' £900 and anothur for £10. Those cheqies he cashed short ly hofior noon at the Colonial 13Ban. He received nino £1.00 notos, throou Pl10notos, and uth balance in £ii notes, which he placed in his pIkoet-oolk. lut.oildilg to visit the old country 1ho had tl ready purchased a anulnn ticket to Lonldonl by thoe teamushiip Sui'nt, which wa1s anllounceld to usail oni thie folllowiug Tuondaly, anld th ticketu was put in the aaiie receptncle with the monl11y. On leaving thu I.ank, Mr. Sykes went straight to the General Pont )llicu, whero hle was greatl...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 July 1887
MARRIAGES. DUNSTER — MILLER. — June 15, at the resi- dence of bride's parents, by the Rev. George Heighway, Robert Wilson, third son of the late Joseph Dunster of Hope Villa, Shell- harbour, to Matilda, third daughter of Robert Miller of Sandy Wha, Gerringong. EMERY — IRVIN. — June 1st, 1887, at resi- dence of bride's mother, Figtree Cottage, Kiama, by the Rev. J. Howell Price, Alick, eldest son of William Emery, Esq., late of county Fermanagh, Ireland, to Isabella, youngest daughter of the late William Irvin, of Kiama.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 July 1887
JOHN STEWART, Auctioneer, AND GO:t MISSION AGENT, BROUGHITON. FOR SALE. TWO LAP, G GALVTANIZEDI TlIONTANKS which will hohl each aboua 1600 galluis Those tanks were ndeo oxtra stroog for' holdillg wanter for the gasoieter. Prico ;iOcnch, eash. Reogular plico, about. 15. S. MAJOR, 3-2-86 The Arcade. KIERAN RYAN, Solicitor, etc. OFFICEIS : Terralong Street, Kiama. 3.23.87-:}. GEORGE WALKE[R, 'lUndertaker, Cabonet-nuaker, IUpholsterer. ec., KIAMA. Feoralos condncted in any part of the dis trict at moderaten charges. JoHN RITCHIE, SHIP AND COMMISSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL PRODUCId BlIERCIHANT, Caledtonian Wharf, Sydney. Strict; Attention given to Returna. 7-31-80i.y "Disonsed Natuole oftleilntiles breaks forth io o(rango erupiots."-Act il, Scno 1. TO THE PUIBLIC. COIE patients stlflerilg from nervos naffc l3 n iis are alfriid l'ra i lihlleI ' hohIltl'0I1ii nss ?id lil otlhty to PV OliNAIJlY croiillLt a liedicitl lllll-i--tlhor palicotshave luol then al t'-piocs'citoi lultl coollttiss wl el...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 July 1887
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KIAMA POLICE COURT. JULY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 July 1887
KIAMA .POLICO COURT. Jvl, 19. IEFonIW Mtopru, 11, C0tnoll, P.M.) JRTa. Colly, l . 1. 1' . II iindlr .h, ulld O. C lnlueroll, J's. P. Georgo llrittun, on remand, wns cllrguld with Ialnvinl( alt Kitud on thu 211( intHI, n0snultod Senior oergoant John 1leoloty, Pl'riolonr Iplendll lI(t lguilly, Co(ntable J, 8. Ilnks tlhoc1' .ed: On Snhtlrd?y olght, 2nd July, I nwa non duly in Turrulnhoi *tt, I h1ad1a 1jrihnIr' iil cl?ocdy aidl with CotHtnblo Miller wns tnkilno him to thO 111o1k u). I.nw pris'loer llriltt.,n throw Surgean( t He. alty low0n sovoral tiuLl, otriku him nli d. kiOc him on the leogr liev('ll tilme. Al tlr placing y I)pri ionor Flthly in the lark up i roturllod a(nd 1r teotud p)rimoner who aloo aIlnsetulld Ito. PriHonor: YOtl relouIInthu r when yo0l wrl'O takingl Faddyl3 to the lok-up,l) I wunt l)p anl3 skold himl to g, qluiet Witnhss: Tihe words youl aid wre " Lot thu - 111131 go"' --- I1Illii ReOi IPrloan'r: I did not; I 11m a In1 thllat never 1'3 11 the11 word. FU tllid ho'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 July 1887
Military Notice. ri IE KIAMIA COItUS V,1. will parade in ' l-ll Ordor at 2 pIm,. on tho 28?u IN STANT, for Adjulant't inapohtion. All ?emnhIle pnrliculnrly requentud to attenld. I?ly ordler 7.20.87-I T'IOS, HONEY, OCplaltin., FIENDICRS will ho reeoived until \IVEDNIJS S DA\Y, JULY 2tin, trJl'o pr!'IfonH willing ton flind all manterial and oract Pigatio? and Fl'ellncing at the Wanughhopo Illolltr Factory, Plano and eapolieRntion to o eon on anpplicena. lion to I Mr. Stwanrt, to w'0hom all tondera mIIHI b nlddroessoed, Tho lowest or any lendlu'r not neceosanrily nacceplotd. FI1ANIKK MJ0AFFRIiY, 7-20.87.2 lion, Saco, A 1ITII'INC oi f nd Pmpra u La nnd Prpror, eo ho.ldrs, and othara intareatad, will ha hold in tile Conneil Ohnmalhor i anFIDaY ITEVEN INU NI X'I'T, cononuinoug' it 7.30 p.m, Inil. lOHn: ToI conaldu ltha holt .alllllla to prOVOllt thel \VIIOLESAIE DS'I'S' UU''ION OF1 FIN. OCS ANI) OTlilEIL P1ROPEIICY in tii Town. 220.127.116.11. Shoalhaven A. & H, Society, HORSE PARADE. ...
HOW TO CONSTRUCT A SMALL HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 July 1887
HOW TO CONSTORUCT' A BSMALL O PITAL, A'T a meeting of tlhe Sanitary Section, held at the Royal Society's rooms on Tuesday, 12th instant, Dr. 1M'Laurin in the chair, Dr. Ashburton Thompson read a paper entitled " A District Hospital-its construction and cost, with a description of a new method of constructing iron buildings," which was illus stratad with plans and several large photo graphs of the recentlyopened hospital at Kioma. It was first of all observed that, while among the multifarious duties of tihe lHealth Department was that of supervising plans of new dlistridt hospitals for which a subsidy of thie public money was asked, it was not always easy to get objecutionablo fea. tures in thlmm altered unless they were clearly likely to prove projudicial to the healthl of inmates. As a rule such pilanls wore not objectionable in that sense, but on the other hand it is uncommon to meet with any which appear to be drawn fiomn practical knowledge of tihe ordinary requirements of such...
THE PEAT'S FERRY RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 July 1887
THEI P~bAT8 P1BIBY IRAIL AY ACOL.I Ill rpor~lt olE thu iUnzid of E5nquiry stnrilcr Ilint; thuo t 'nil) wiis imply p~rovildl withl 1 liirc powur, Thu(! hlnzuil~brnho po ulloun wunH110( Inoo ho n i~aloiuult to nil nil of thur jul g lrnh~1 dwn fom ~umiI ol Theio brake appliances wero complete and in good working order when the train left Redforn Station, andi wore in tlihe same con dition when the train-after being divided artd re-coupled-left Hornsby Station. IThat thie trainl, which appears to have been under control until after it emerged from thie first tunnel, was allowed to attain a very high rate of speed, and the drivcrc, for sollome reuasonl or other, was unable to con. trol it. That immediateoly after the accident thie brake bloclks were found to be off all the wheels of the carriages, the tires of the same were all cold and the brake connections of the carriages, excepting those between tlhe engine and tihe first car, and those betwoen the first and second cars which telesco...
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 July 1887
VARIE T I S. The Snndlhurst courospondenlu t of tile "Age " Ieports that a shocking aco(idlont c. curred on l'riclay at the Conlut ,inle, Hust. ler's L~eoof. A young man nm(d John Dupuy was trukoling at the 700.feelt lovel, when he by mistakle ran the truck ilto thu opon comlpartment of thu shaft instead of into tlhat in which th cagen stood. H-o was drawn into the slhaft and with the ageo fell to the bottom of the slhaft, 1330 foot, whuoro his mangled rumains wooe aftorwards found. The popular idea that tlho poeoplo of Great Britain consulme moroe tea on an avoragn per head of the population than anlly olhler country in tlheo world is now showiil to ieo er. raonuoous. The Aulrlrlianl colonies and Now Zealand (according to ono of the East ltdianm jou ma.ls) drinkl fai Ilere te(?n pr hoanl of population than tho British Islands, The Australians come liret withli 7.66 pounds per hieoud; the New Zealanders next with 7,23 pounds poi' h!ad ;whllu the people of GCeatl B3ritaiin, though ap...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 July 1887
MOTHER SEIGEL'S PILLS, For Constipation, Sluggish Liver, &c., -TNLI!KE 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, giip!ng pains. &c. Seigel's Operating Pills are the best family physic that has ever been discovered. They cleanse the bowels friom 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 friom 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 ...
RAILWAY LAND RESUMPTION ARBITRATION CASE. CAPT. CHARLES'S CLAIM, £8,740 14s. 6d. GOV. ASSESSMENT, £1,693 5s. 6d. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 July 1887
1AILWAY LAND ESBUMPPTION ~palAI'bMMiNf %ASE, CAPT. CHlARLES'S CLAIMT, £8,740 14s. OId. GOV. ASSESSMENT, £1,693 5.. Od. Tuin arbitration case in which h He lou. Samuel Charles clarinod thu amount of £8,740 lts 61 in reslpect to the rcsumption for the South Coast Railway of a portion of his estate at Eureka, two miles from Kiarns, was Iheard at the Courthlouse, Kinama, on Friday last, and occupied nearly thie wholo daiy. The arblitrators were Messrs. Ho,'y Bandgery (for cluinasrt), R. J. Maelrtenzio (for GoCvern mnent), F. A. lIrock (ulmiiro.) Mr. Marashnll arppunrd for tile claimanrt. Dr. Sly, instructed b1y )Ir. I. F. Norrie, of tie Crown Solicitor's ollico, for tile Cormmisoerr for Railways. ThIe Govermoent Shlortlhand \Writor, MIr. A. J. Husk, lhavinrg hoon sworn, tile following ovidenc was takleon : IHon. Samuel Clharles deposed: I am tihe olaimant in this cause. My amended clairm, copy of which haIs been Indeed withl tlhe CoIr missionor, amounts to l5,15) 2s ld. The total 'areao...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 July 1887
WHO IS MOTHER SIIGEL ? She is a lady who, hy the merest accident, hlas made n ntost valiable discovery, ant she is creating the wildest eothusinme 'il aver the country. aud ovorybot]y is talking about her and acking WHAT IS MOTHER SEIGEL'S REPUTATION ? and she tolls them to read the thousands of letters, sot ethling like the following from .1hr. Perkins: A WONIEtIFUL TrEaSTttIONIAL. " Grove Pharmacy, EIling, \V., .ian. 2, 1885. " Your medicine must be the most wotlerful tlirrovery, for during my experience of more than I wenty years I nevet' kitew anty proprietary or patent imedicine int such tutnivorsal favour end edoieuttlti. It is simply axtriordiniary, and if I trere to setlnl you aet orc?tcttnt of evary etnte tentattttda to ltt itt its Ifevi'ttr, 3'oil wouhi hera to puhlish a separate botk to contain iny testi tonaials nlotte. (Signed) "TnoeuAs J. Pettxnte." And then people naek WHAT DOES MOTHER SEIGEL DO? O1VItC IetEIic AT ONCe. t" 59, Tloomiteli raid, Pltmtsoadl. "Jan. 7, 188...
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 July 1887
VA IS ~ TI ES. Tlha Ytutkts are down on the ?al ation Attmy. 'Thet au?hotities of Novnda Oity, U.SA., hlava pr'ottoutieotl their pittio toot. ingv to ho "lhows," autd lik all sbowmen, they must anto-up a licntse fee, A cimni similto in almost every respect to the nttit d(let Iy an ittlisnl tuotlht(t at 0Uolii Ott JOli ,1: Wls t oittitttetl i.h Kiditlo, Li.vet. pool tectuntly, Mi,, Aitthtloy, wife of a .laitat, ipptars to hltvt littitrdirul( tr?re of tat ehildhohttt-two boys and to girl, 'whose agts range froltl 10 ntottnlts to 1 yeear?--ly ottitti g the tlotnlls of tho older two ttnd stnothithinhttg (Ith iinifaint, SIte wes c?atght t ith th11t tot of lPdhlitttchitg ottt toy hy two otther of hIir ohhlevreit who tritil] vttihtly to stop httt, attd whitit tss?hsttttctte attivitt, the toy wits dy iig. MIivs. Ailthnliy, wvho hinto httttti t int. tithlly d!hpi'restet " fot' soi titit I uttloh to kill Ihilrsellf, hut, was!, pr bi' t ed.'hiv ' Talmage says that men who whistle can not have ...
COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 July 1887
0 0 M ER 0IA L. South Conat and \Vest Cnmdou Co.oporattvo Company (Limited.) Followinl7 nre the quot, ions :-1 Futot 'y d .. ...................... . . 0 1 0 1 ,, 0 1 4 lhuon, 14crlb ....0...0........... , 0 0 7 Cl., s ..... to .. ............... 0 0° 2 ,, 0 0 Tallow, pea loua.......,.................. 17 0 0 , 0 0 I Calt Sluino, echl .............0 0 1), + pis,,,iv , ~e lb.............. 0 3 0, 10 0 ]Ilaleo ................. ... 0 0 I , 0 0 1 14h4l1o, 14.4'twsolac ,..........,............ 0 8 11 ,, 0 1 90 Oate0n ]Iirac, 14cc to o............. 4 11,,400 ?Loc01cn aoh iiy, )1 ~l..........;......0..40 Fool, Jar 1 110 0 10 , 0 1 0 11,40140, 14cr tour ...........0....... 0 tO Gclk.%laa ,' 1404 .................. 0 I ,0 0 60 T"'"klayo, iccrli?4r ............. 0 0 0 ,, 0 141 08 E~go,laccdozoca............... 0 1 1 ,, 0 1 0d July 11, 1007.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 July 1887
TrnII Tata.?larol l .~it.aN whlcah suoaafla Ihaaa 'upon thle fysoton Inaelt bo nrrntotd, nid thu hilotal tall~t tan purlilaid or notiosin conao?,quoncoo will 0n18o0. IFor laurlftvia• alnd vitalizIna ol! 'focts, Dr. Beln'n BIt, oro boo boon loand unporlar to ally oatlhr iaroparaai Oa. It ex lal, o ,vay tlanco ol hlalurtlty from thu aloud, aad haaluowo now II r nand v ,? o t, upoa ovryv Lountion oP tlha body, enaablitag i, to oaa(italy ovoroulno dinono.at Aon h r Soohn cl1? dontll' y 01li Rot'ant lrioe, Alr. IIldol Tooth, IBlat Qua il]r', Fllt Solo (u?peoo Dod 'lowt ')i. Allnlaahali roaatlaHyea , Sataeonn?t Doaat lo-n, 11, E8..liola Stroot, ydo I 'ayk, Rytinay ,-Aaav. 13.28.R.y. ]ialaney auaaa Urinaoy I aoaalalo nan tt univerol, naand Ilha (aaly alreo at aaal°( naricatro In Aaaorloann 3Ioap hit lon-ataly aaa It. Hlaaaaa A to. JJDoo'A,,-Mla, LaONAtat (1olatal au, Siurgonia ilaailtt, raa araanatlaa Mr, (Onaalanvnah t UIhariol, H[aarta aal al Ale a l ientuaal l.ia)taa lo t aal' IIII York...
TIMOR PONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 July 1887
TIMO3 :PONIES, Roie ]o onewoon, in his notes of " Sydney 50 years ago," now being published in the "Telegraph," says: " When I may have boon nine or ten years old, my first pony was presented to mic-a tiny Timor mare, called Little Bet-Dick Webb, the horse-dealer and livery-stable keepeir, hbing the intermediary agent. Oar goes of these small Eastern horses, degen. orated in size only from scant feeding and crowded pastures, were then imported from the islands of Tiimor and Lombok. ])isr poetful remarks have imon made touching the quality of these early Australian hack. neys. Tlny wern accused of spoiling the mreed of our horses. Spoiling, forsooth I Nothing hotter ever trod our turf than these miniature Barbs, for such they un douhtedly wern. Olean.hegged, long-pas terned, hright-eyed, loan.headed, mostly with well placed shoulders, and well-bent hocks, generally with pluck enough for a troop of horsoe-here could one get a better cross than these wonderfal little " rats" with legs ...
THE HAIR-DRESSER'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 July 1887
THE ItAIE-DRESSE1'S' STOPOY. "ITAvs:N'r' I seen you somewhere before I" asked Mr.,Tones-who was naturally an'uhle, and who, besides, expected to run for a parish oflicer next year-of the hajirdresser who shaved him, one Saturday evening. "ITaven't I seen you somewhere before ? I think I know your facen " "Irerhaps so, sir," said the hair-dresser, as he poised the lather-brush in mid-air one moment;. " Did you attend the grand series of con certs at the-, about live years ago ' You did WVell, I played the violin there, though if you'd believe me, I don't know one note of music from another. You look astonished. IN'o wonder, but i'll tell you how it was. " I lired a long time as valet with a gentle man who was a wonderful violinist, Signor Stefl'orstofleri was his name. He lived in bachelor rooms, and I had plenty to do be sides dressing his hair and keeping his ward robe in order; and often I used to watch him playing until, although I didn't know one tune from the other, 1 knew just...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 July 1887
WESLUEYAN. SLtrides will be conduletod in theo WVesleyan Church, on Sunday next, ns followo: Kanno, at II n.m,--Roy. It. I. Rlowo ]ctiaaa, at, 7 paM,?r. A. 7'elehericr hellroo, at Ii o,-llev, 0. Ii CIlanran Jiiilnroa, at 7 pin-Mr. ne . A. a 2 n0rvlno Old Plaeo. at 2,20 p~m-M5r. ti. A. Somerville flerrlngoang, it II nt .m-M?r. A. Fleteher , Oerringong, it?7 p~ni,--Rov. 0. it. htilon :liellhnrrhoar at, Il n,io,litr. ?V. Ca rnford Alzellalhanrhr, it 7 pia,-Ilev. ] I. ]liaee. I tlev. 0. t. Olnsan alitl eondziet oereiae at M~r. Nobla'o S~addlelbalki on Sunday next i~t 2.20 p.m.I
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 July 1887
NOTES AND N~EWS. Typhoid fever still prevails in various parts of Victoria. h?err Frederick Krupp, inventor of the Krupp gun, is dead. D. Braithwaite has been disqualified for six months for suspicious running in tho Nelwcastle Grand Handicap. Cosplaints are made that the contractors. for the Hawkesbury railway bridge employ numblrs ofO men on Sunday, 827 recosumendatioss have been received. by the Goe'ernment in connection with ap pointments on thie commnission of the peace. Signora Simonetti has just linished in clay a life-size bust of his Excellency Lord. Osr rington. The likeness is remarkalbly good.. A Royal Osasmission is to be appointed to inquire into the causes of typhoid fevor in Tasmania, and tho best means for checking: if. A whale 25 feot in length was captured. on Monday near Olarenco Heads. It was of the spermaceti spooies, and the oil will b saved. The cattle disease in New Zealand is. dun to the animals eating ergot ryn: The dis ease, it is believed, is not contagi...
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 July 1887
CONGRIIEGIATIONAL CIIUROtT, OEIlTNGONG, The Rev. 0. Il.oighway conducts serviceo every Sundiy 0s follows.: CfTOvirOpoot, it t oi .tn and7 pn.. [The editor ietiwlto tt t the various etergyinon of the tetlset? viin fiiiori5t anioo vints fiNif s ices to tlieti from ttiie to ttiiii Ii tthetr chlurthes, whitch ilotteo eitt wil LII cioes bho inirted itgtto] The Kiama Reporter. PUDLISllHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND BAiTURDAY MIIORNING. SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1887,