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GERRINGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 July 1887

C*EflINGONG MCUNICIPAL OOUNCIL. Ty, regular fortnightly moetiin of this Council took plc on 0Monday last, 1th instant, and thore wore present the Mayor, Aldermen Loo, R., A., and J. Wilson, Hindmarah, Noble and Sharpo. Minutes of previous mooting were read and confirmed. COURRESPKONDBNCE. The Clerk road copies of letters addressed to --. Mr. G. T. Blakers. 2. The Council Clark Cuntral Illawarra. 3. Mr. A. Cameron, 1\.P., as ordered at previous maotiug. Tho iincotning communications were from 1, 2, 3. Mrs. Miller, Rosa Valley, Miss HIll, and the Misses Hi?dinarsh, signifying their willingness to act on the District Ladios Co0n mitteo in connection with the Queen's Fund. 4, 5, 6. 7 and 8. Miss E. Shtlr'pe, Miss Leo. Miss Whuatley, Miss Bailay, and Miss Miller, regretting their inability for want of tiue and other relsLons to nasist on the committoo. Miss Wilnon of Foxground vorblly dclinod to fr,. 0o0 of the Committee. 9. TJ'Io Colonial Secre tary, nsking for s return affhording infor...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 July 1887

TiE report of the State Ohildren's Relief Department for the year ending 5th April, 1887, is just to hand, and aflbrds additional evidence of the succesful working of the boarding.out system in operation for the last six years. Di. Ri?viweoi, in commend ing the system as a wise piece of State legislation, does not omit, to mention that the prime factors of success have been thb conscientious oversight maintained over the homes, and the care exorcised by the Board and its ollicials, and others, in selecting guardians for the children, without which co.oporation, he remarks, the boarding.ouet system must have failed, or its scope have been so limited as to make it merely an auxiliary to the barrack system which it hIs happily now effectually superseded. During the last six years the Board have placed out over 2,000 inmates from the various asy lums. It is satisfadtory to find that the artificial relationship which is set up be tween fostsr-parents and children is seldom merely conmimr...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 July 1887

00ERESPONDE?NCE, TO T'I EDITOR OF ToIE KTAMA RIEPOOTER° Sm,--Kindly allow 1me to corroot certail in oeouracies in your report of mny o'idonco given at court of arbitralion (re Churlos's land eso.) In tim th'at plheo, insttad of 80 yers ion and off 00 laud valuator for Shollharbour Coonuil, it 1hould road 20 years (ao statod). Then again, I ami nudo to oay that 1 would allow £1,000 for 0e0v'ralco and flIrcad sale, NoIV, SIP, to ular 10onio truth and my ireceding and after parts of evidence, I mu(lt emphatically asoort that, in .answor to the questihn fronm Dr. Sly (after MIr. Marshall had ceased trying n lndogorilg), I ,.istinolly declared that I would not allow £1000 for BOvoraneo and forced 0alo, Fltuthermoro, I 1in1 t110d0 to aay that, ( was a witne(s at M(t(t1It Kombla Iatwoon two prhiato individuals, It 1hould appear thun--That I was a witnoss 5 or0 years ago in a double 0(se bItweoe the Mount Kombla Coal Company and two private individuals. Sir, I remnio, yours obli,.od, HENRY ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, 7. p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 July 1887

LA&TEBT TflLEC?AIIAPO IN?T?LLI GENCE. (roOM oUt owN coltltsroxNi.NT.) SYDNEY. 7. p.,. The Governor was cordially welcomed at fleniliquin. Sir II. Parkes, at the banquet at Orange, made a lengthy speech in favour of a Free. trade policy. A Parliamentary train with 24 members and families left for Adelaide yesterday. A meeting of creditors in the estate of Spring, hall and Co., tea dealers, liabilities .£7,186, assets £2,309, resolved to place thu estate in the Insolvent Court. Three seamen of the schooner Mary Anderson were massacred at the Island of Me1ao, and afterwards cooked and eaten. The schooner Reliance from Sydney to Normantoin foundered olffTweed Heads; all hands saved and landed at the heads. The Victorian Assembly has decided that rio child shall Ihe allowed to elgage in casual employment after seven o'clock at night in winter aid nine o'clock in summer. The Premier arrived at Parkes this after. noon and met with a great reception. The town was decorated with bunt...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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KIAMA RIFLE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 July 1887

EIAIA RIFLE AiSOOIATION',. Thin annual gontral mooting of thu abovo took place in thu Volontour Ollico on Friday ovtn itg, 1.5th inst. Mr. 8. Ma'ks was voted to thu ohair. Thu balanco-shout of thu previous twolvo mnontlth onding Juno 10, 1887, wis road nod adnhpttld, Ouptait T. Hoioy woo ulu?etd.iProci dtint, lnd H1. H. HUloy sucrutury, with Mr. WV, lhiinlyuon trlsunrur, Mr, S. Marks raforrod to thu lystuln of hbun diouppihg, and expre?usd his opinion that sulll cietit oncouigumutol waas not girun to actul inorit. Ooo contmptitor had doting thu Ilut year, in spite of a bud rnngu, unfuvourblo wouthur, and other ditlioultis, outado the hand stont ivorttgu of 00 duuiotl 2, yut the hiitttdicups wlro so itrrttngod thtt, hto wis ountirly cot oit of tht hItiidiiltp priun by mnoi who htdi t allow tutteos of from 27 to l3ii intso; utd altlionglh ho woo itt favour ttf givittg a fitir hundicio , with u ViotY of ottoturugillg iufut'ior uhlot. to im hnttrojt, yut ho could ntot tipprove of giving...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 July 1887

MEETINGS TO BE HELD, Protestant Allanco moots Auguot 3, ait 7.80. No. of, Tm.O.L,, moot. A 2gu7t 2, tit 7.30 No. 110, LI).L., incoto August, l, t 7.20. No, 77, L.O.L., ineeto Aug.Iot 3, at 7 p.10. No. 140, LO.L., ineto Anogunt 4, at 7,30 p.12. Sons of Teniponnco, No. '27, niocto Joly' 13.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 July 1887

JOHN STEWART. Auctioneer, AND COMMISSION AGENT, BROUGHTON. FOR SALE. TWO LARGE GALVANIZED IRONTANKS which will hold each abont 1600 gallon., These tanks wero mado oxtra strorig for hololdig water for the ganomelor. Prico £10oach, cash. Riogular pdice, about £15. 8. MAJOR, 3-2.8G The Arcadn , KIERAN RYAN, Solicitor, etc. OFFICIS : Terralong Street, Kiama. 3.23.87.4. GEORGE WALKER, Undertaker, Cabinet-maler, Uphlolsterer. &c., K I A M A. Funrnals condulted in any part of theo di (rict at modernto chlrgee. JOHN 0 I T C0 H I E, SHIP AND COMMISSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL PRODUCi MliOICHANT, Caledonian Wharf, Sydnoy. Strict Attention given to Returns. 7-31i-80t-y "Dioon?ed NiSnlo o1tfflfihlon lrnlook forth in nfrl igo eptllon."--Act ii, Soueie 1. TO THE PUBLIC. C0Of1 pnutient 0ni'i'ilg fr'm1 ne'Ivous affoio S in , re Ofrl?id frllm fieeh'l hinhi'llilhli, mul1( Imodestly in I',lowmaNaI,v, I'o nIll t n I~nedient 51 lIii--ioihel' I 'nie tishAl .I'v tim iilf -po0 ' iiflO m11t emldiness. w...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 July 1887

PervfrM will bi crni~ltwtcd In the rre'ibytedam ChurehlCB on Biinhey next by line. J. Wileon an fohluws ,Tiunbeeon, it ii aim. IChauna, at 241fl pan. Kinana, at 7 ian.

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SEVENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 July 1887

RELIGIOUS. CiHURCiH OF ENGLAND. IEVENTIf SUNDAY AFTERlTRINITY Divine Rorvic ewill be conducted on Sunday next in the Clhurch of N.nglhd Chnrches as follows: Christ Chonrlz, ]gismoot 1I u.no.--iev, ,T. I. Th'ico Chilot Chuorch., it 7 p.ni.--lov. .7. 11. Price St. Georgeo, Gerrlngoeg., iit.O pm.--Rev. J. It. Price Sorvices will he conducted in the Church of England Jomboroo, and Shlillhrbour, on Seula)' next., ns follows: Shellhirhour, it 11 ao,,.--Iev. I. Crisford Jamberoo, at 7 p.m,-leov. E. Crisford

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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 July 1887

LOCAL AND DISTRIOT NEWS. IT is proposed to establish a butter factory at Camden. AN agricultural association is to be established at Gundagai, IT is proposed to start a braoch of the Pro. teotion Unioi at Unrrawaug. A PeTi.ION is being circulated in Burrawang for signatures praying for additional police pro tection. Tunie various municilpal counocils were advised on \Wednesday that a special endowment of Os in the £ had been granted on last year's rates. Mt., John kPPhillamy, sun,, of Mount Tainar, near Bathlurst, died (3 Monday night after hay. ing a lit on Saturday. He was ote of the richest and largest landed proprietors in the district, . AsooeD UNDERWOOD, aged 23 years, died at Yalwal 30 thu 12th instant from as thenia, caused by nervous scock and extreasn cold for a lengthseed period, having been acci dentally buried in a mina for 23 hours. DisSATseloTeON amnongst the Bulli widows continues, more objections to the conmmittou's proposals being raised. They waot the relief money...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 July 1887

WHO IS MOTHER SEIGEL ? She is a lady who, by the merest accident, has made a most valuatlo discovery, ant she is creating the wildest ethusiasm all over the coen try,. and everybody is talking about her and e sking WHAT IS MOTHldR BEIGEL'S REPUTATION ? and she tells them to read the thousands of letters, something like the following from Mr. Perkins: A WONDEtrFUL TEST'rIbNIAL. '5Grove Pharmacy, Ealing, W., ,Jan. 2, 1885. "Your medicine must he the most weondorfril discovery, for during my experience of more than twenty yvars I never knew any proprietary or latent mediocie in such universal favour end demand. It is simuply extraordiuary, cud if I were to send you an account of every state Inent made to inu in its taveur, you would have to publish a separato book to contain tny testi monials alone. (Signed) "TuoMAs J. PEtKIiNS." And then people ask WHAT DOES MOTHER SEIGEL DO? CIVIi RELIEF AT ONCt, " 59, Bloomfiehl road, Plumetead. "Jan. 7, 1885. " I find the salo of your medicines inc...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 July 1887

VARIEI TIERS. " Ma a toy bo pardoned for smoking," says Mr. I3ochor, "hbut charity hasn't a miantlo broad enough to cover the man who uses mid tobacco," Thomas M'Laughlin, a young but degraded looking, man, was examined on the criminal sido of the Melbourne Oity Court, beforo Mr. Oall, PM., on a charge of frequenting a publio place with intent to commit a felony. Ho is a lover of colonial beer, and had beon guilty of a singular arid contemp. tible ruse to satisfy his craving for tle liquor, Ot Saturday evening Mr. Oross, an etmployao at M'Orackan's Oity Brewery, had his attention attracted by an unusual noise at oan of the sido windows of tho broa'ery, and found thu prisonar in an unoomforrtbla position, wiLh one and of a ruannnt of an old indiarubbn r gordon hosn in his moutlh, thu othur and of thu hioso hiring th rough tha opun wiidow, aoi idaorrtcd in tih bu g-hola of an aodjainnt hogshiod of htour. Upon cooing hn wVfla d(t.,ttOd, M'Laughlin triod to got awny, hub w?as dutai nd, ...

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MEETING OF PROPERTY-HOLDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 July 1887

MEETINC+ OP PROPERTY-K0LDERS A nrecrv''o of property-hlders was hold in the Council Chamber last Friday night to consider what stopo should bo taken to chock the wholo sal lawloss destruction of fences and other property in the town. Mr. H. Whittingham. who was voted to the chair, said that seeing the advcrtisement calling the mooting, and taking an interest as he did in anything going on, he had attanded tho meeting. Hie was not awaro of any depreda tions, but he liew there wore in the conununity lawless people who fronm ignorance or wicked noss would commit lawless acts., lie suppoaed the edvertisemont had boon inserted by s1m0 one who had soflered. It was certa,,ly very provoking. People who wore working all day expected to be allowed the privilege of looeping at night withont having to watch their property. ITo thought the polico ahould loik after us in this reelpect when it was iknown that midnight dlprOdations woro being commnitted. It suceimd to hiin there was reasonable grou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 July 1887

MUSIC--GEtRINGONG. =I/RtS. BIIRAILEY lian vaeancxir for two .Popilh for Musir, Singing, or Bench sonlc Oo. 7.'r 87-|n. PICNIC AND BALL, lE ANNUAL PICNIC in connoclion wiLh -' 1. I . Church, Ger0, ic ong, will take place on 15hl of AUGUST, 1887. Also, a GRAND l.\L, in the evoniog. Full pajticulars in _itmuie ijue. P. FIELDS, 7-27 87.1. Sec. jro. tern. NOTICE. A GRAND BALL WII, nh tHELD IN TIIE Temperance Hall, Shellharbour, ON WVednesday Night, Aug. 8, IN AID RU. (11URCOl. Rofreshmnonts at an early hour. Good music provided. TICKETS, 5s; DOUBLE, 7, cd. A. J. DETTMER, 7.27.87-2. Secrotary. Kiama Athletic Club. ,SECOND GRAND HANDICAP (150 YARDS.) 1st PRIZE, £35 ; 2nd, £10; 3rd, £3; 4th, £2. TO BE RUN AT KIAMA SEPTEMBER 28. Iiomhnations, 5l, close SEPT. 10; Acceptances, 5S, close SEPT. 21st. Performances according to Sir Joseph Banks Bouls must be given. A. G. RUSSELL,) Joint C. G. DEITZ, 5 Secruaries. 7 27.87-w. United Evangelistic Mlission. EETINGS in connection with the above will be...

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JAMBEROO M. I. & P. D. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 July 1887

JAMDE1WO li. I. 2A P. Th SOCIETY. (FROM OUR CORE1SI'ONDENT) Ten usual weekly meeting in conneotion with the above society was held on Wednesday night last in the Protestant Hall, Mr. J. T. Gale in the chair, After the preliminary busi ness of reading minutes of previous mooting &c. had'been disposod of, Mr. H. Colley was unanilmouslyl elected Speaker for the eiisuing quarter, and Mr. Graham as a member of the Society. Impromptin speeches were thou in dulged in by several nembers, Mr. J. T. Colo commencing with the question as to "whether country editors should he periodically sub jocled to a medical examination in ordor to as certoii their sanity." Mr. Cole treated thu subject in an intelligont and humiurous man nor, and tIliought that upon the t/ole it iight be advisable to have anin of them an cx amined. Mr. G. Colley followed with the question " whether ,s credit or cash system would b"n more benieicial to the cumnnercial world." The question of the Upper Ifoass rejecting...

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COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 July 1887

. 0 M M C OIAL. Southll Conat andl We0 i Canmlon Coooporativo Company (Limited.) illJ'lrr'l..--Sic Incnl l rpnt holttlr Inha ndvancod to In 3i u? r lh for lbet lorando, iTacon.-Markl t Blows no signs of improvo 11o01lt. Chlioon-Vory plonlifnl. iEggm.-Coming to hanl frooly ; largo alpplioa ill yoRllrdaly. Live Stook,-Pigs.- Ltnr ao upplio yostor. ilny, rialislg 3d pIor Ib, OfalvB Bolling wll lit (iq otal lolls. Following aro the quotati6na: BillO er, 1st, porlb ..... ............. 0 1 to 0 1 3 Fantory ditto , .......... .. . 0 ' 1 O 1 4 Il ica , ,'r ... ... ..... ..,. ......... 0 0 ', 0 0 7 rloao lll, o ......,. .......... . 0 0 0 0 40 till , por ton . ......,,. ...... 17 0 0 ,, 1 0 0 '111 , lhll , lIor 11) ... ....... ,, 0 0 0 83 Iolvc 8ia ,, (i)h... ... .................. ll 0 ' 1 7 0 illen ..c,.... ............... ... .... . 0 0 0 a a Mitkeo, por rlbil l..... I... ..... . 0 ,' I, 0 U0 OItrll ,llv,l . .,,o,,.,,............. ;. 4 , 0 o , 10 0 Jltl] l y'( ri) 1 y), r 1 Oll. ,. ... . ...

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REPORTED DEATH OF STANLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 July 1887

REPORTED DEATH OF STANLEY. (A1 lridqed from the Teflrraph.) TlovouH ltio news' of Stanley's death is dis credited, the very fact of such a statement will intensify the interest ir tlie moveiments of the intrepid African explorer, and lend everyono to endeavour to recall the reason why he iouIhil have undertnken another expedition. The naime of Henry M. Stanley, tlio discoverar of Itivingstono, nhas been a hlsehlolil word in Englanid and America for tlie last 16 years. The present expedition may be re?arded in a sense a n P aequil to IIth recent exciting affairs in the Soudan. Emini Bey, for whohe relief it was doeigned, was the trlsted lieutelmnt of General Gordon, ind was in 1878 appoilotd iy his chief to the Giovernorship of the Egyptian equatorial provinces. Since then lie Ihas been mnacued by most8 appalling. dangers at the hands of the nativo tribes and of the Arab sla?o-dealors, but although lo hain hald qmple opportunity of ocacping by hlimsinlf or with a few of his chosen st...

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DISTRIBUTION OF THE BULLI RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 July 1887

DIS'TIBUTION OF THE SULLI IfE LIEF FUND, A ~rIumoaco of the Executivo Omnmlitton of thu Bulli Relief Fund took plahe in the Town, Hall, Sydnoy, recently, whun the following plan in the main for distributiog thi money was rosol. vod upon, ponding thu approval of a general mooting of the Contral Conunittee. Bonus of £30 to 0ach widow, out of which any debts owing by thuir late husbands arc to be paid. ]3onss of £30 to each widow for lifo, in thu cvOnt of romaining unnmarriod, £100 bonos on getting married, such paymEnt to und their allowanoc from thu fond. £2 10s bonus, and £10 an nally for eoch or. phan child up to 15 years of ago. As ea1h case is doslt with separately, how 0ve)', s0veral receive spooilic 5)um--a few for the purpose of roturning tm the old counltry. Fathors Wil), lost sons iin the disaster receive about £100 bonus, with £10 )a yOer efterwards. The boy Ilorbort, Oopo, who was blown out of the mninI iIsOnsiblo by the fatal o.eplosion, £20 bonus, with some annual ) payb...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Tuesday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 July 1887

LATEST TELEGIAPHIO INTELLI 1ENOE. (FR01M OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY. Tuesday, 7 p.m. The Supreme Oourt has decided that tho more application for a conditional lease not confirmed at date of notification of the pos toral lease in the " Gnzette," conferred no right as against a pastoral lease. At a meeting of the State Children's Re lief Board the report showed that there aro 1883 children under control. Mrs, Ourtis Kiama, and Mrs. IM'Leay, Broughton Creek, have been appointed lady visitors, The Bank of Victoria pays half-yearly as dividend of 10 per cent. A battery of ten head stampers has boon, sent to Kimbm'loy for the Jackson's Reef Company. A meeting of Past Masters of Freemasons,. E.0., was held to consider the question of consolidation of Freemasonry in New South Wales. The Primate of Sydney with Lady Barry' are expected to, arrive from England to A Ohinaman in Lower Geoirge-stroet at tempted to commiit suicide by stabbing, him. self in lhe abdomen severely. The Bulli Relie...

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PRIVATE BARS IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 July 1887

PflIVATE BAIRS IN SYDNEY. [BY " Fr.ANEURn c" UI 'ci BALu..uIA'r STAt."] ON' of the greatest abuses in connection with the liquor trafllc of Sydney, and one which is in direct contravention of the Licensing Act;, is the privato bar system. Around this system glaring and tlaming evils cluster. All the bars in several of the houses, and several of the bars in nutmhers of the houses, are subhlet by the licensee to private persons ; and I may add that in the sub-let ting process tho same strict investigation of antecedents and character which the Licen sing Court insists upon is not insisted upon when the Court is composed of only two the licensee and his tenant, Indeed, if I dare so express myself, a good record would be almost sure to disqualify, for be it re mnembered that the private bar tenants are almost to a man-women. They are not women that would impress us with the no bility of their virtues or stagger us with the majesty of their respectability, but many of them are women well...

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