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RAILWAY PLATFORM FOR SHELLHARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 July 1887
RAILWAY PLATFORM FOR SHELL &nbsp; HARBOUR, (vIOM OUlt COOESOil'OlNDwT.) A LARGE and influential meeting of the residents of Shellharbour and neighbourhood was held in &nbsp; the Shellharbour Council Chamber on Tuesday evening last, for the purpose of urging upon the Government the necessity of providing a pas senger platform for the township. Mr. J. Thomas was voted to the chair, and explained the object of the meeting. It was moved by Mr. H. Hicks that in the opinion of this meeting it is desirable that suit able passenger accommodation be provided by the Government for Shellharbour. Seconded by Mr. J. M'Coy and carried unanimously. Moved by Mr. H. Dunster that in view of Shellharbour being at centre of population such passenger accommodation should be placed as near as practicable to the township, Seconded by Mr. J. Allen and carried. Moved by Mr. J. Hicks and Mr. W. Dunster that a deputation consisting of the Mayor and Messrs. J. Thomas, H. Dunster, T. Fenwick and...
AUGUST FLOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 3 August 1887
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 3 August 1887
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 3 August 1887
NOTICE. ll/ 11. 1. O. KENDALL has loon authorised LEY to receiv,) Acountis in connelctionl will the KIAMA REIPOR'TItR, and his receipt will be sullicient discharge. S. MAJOR. W &'NTED,a GENERAL SERVANT for Shellharbour. Apply'to MRS. PINHIIEY, Corninercial Uank, Shollharbour, or Mr's. WI I ' TINGHAMI, Kiaman. 8.8-87. A MEETING of those in favour of ahbscribing to a fund, and of adopting measures for lthe protection of fenoces and oilier property in thei town of Kinma, will bI Iheld at the Council Clihnlwur on SATURDAY EVENING NE XT at 7.30. 13y order of the sub crunmiltee. 8-3-87-1. TENDERS are required by the undersigned for providing materials anderecting aboiut 80 rods of barbed wire tence. Specification maiy be seen at the Council Chambenr, Kiniana. JAMES SUM ERVILLIE, 8.3.87-1 Pro; Exexutors late E. Black. MUSIC-GERRINGONG. M RS. BRAMLFEY has vacancies' for two SPupils 'for 'Music, Singing, or Fiench. lessons. . 7.2.87-ni. RE I' TENDERS are invited for the erec - tion o...
COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 3 August 1887
0 0 MM E? IAL. South Coast and West Onamdon Co-oporative Company (Limited.) lu't'ra., -Largo supplies to hand yesterday and prices roalised were very satisfactory for Inst week in the mouth. Bacon,--A slight improvement,' although shipments are still large. Lanrgo quantities of bacon arriving froni the northern ports. OChoose,-Market is still ovorstokoed, and sup. plies considerably in excess of demandl. Live stok.-'Calves, largo supplies yeostrday. Prices lower, Pigs, market well stookeid. Eggs,-Prices lower. Poultry.--Slling wall at quotations. Potatoes,.-Very dull, Largoshlipments from Vi toria, Tasmania, and Neow Zealand. Maico,-Good and dry scarco. Brand and Pollard,-Selliug well at 8}d to Od; per lb. Following are the quotations : s , n. ' £ a . D.. Buttor, per lb........ O 1 0 to 0 1 I Dittto, second ....." O 0 0 0 0 11 Faotory ............. 0 1 1 0 1 4 Bacon (hand curod 0 0 O' 0 0 7 Do,(naohino curedl 0 0 o 0 0 i Do(heavy& rough) 0 0.2 , , '0 4 Iniams (hand oured 0 0...
STATEMENT OF CAPTAIN IVANCICH. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 3 August 1887
sTATIHMI3N'T OF CAPTAIN IVANCIOII, C Captain) Frank Ivanoich said : Wu sailed rau6 Loudon onlMarlh 27 for Mulbournowith a carg6o'f iron rails, cenent, and sulphur. WX o toiolied at Brestca, nld froml tIhor until ronohing this coast thu weathel r (expr'ioiunc(d y.,ns ?'c)iy favourable,, Oapa, Nelson, the Iirst' salionn point on the Viotorian coast, was sighltbd on Friday, and with thi fresh south. westerly wind in our.favour, Oapo Otway was soon on our boen., I had Ia good book of instructions as to entering tho hlarour, Iand according to it I looked about for a pilit soocn after passing that point, I failoa ?too so, a pilot vassel, and stood in, expeobht`g' that tho bad weather wve were thllan .xpleriono. 'ig had driven till pilots in. We rIalohod Port Philip Ilalds ats ? abount o'olook oii Saturlday night, with gi'atc dlarklncs',, andii unllsettledl but strong squally woatlhoL, iidoo3m. palllid Iby raiin andt haill, "'A stiuatlor oal?li ou t. thl'rogh the I:fiuads, annd I Tsigal ld...
THE WRECK OF THE GANGE. THE WORK OF THE LIFEBOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 3 August 1887
THE WREEK O THE GANGSE. TIlE WORK OF THE LIFEBOAT. (Prom the dryunr.) Mn?. 'l'lonAs D)icicsos, the superintendent of tIhe Queoesclill' lifoloat crle', who was found just as he was turning in after the night's work, gave a graphic and most intelligent sketch of the experiences of his crow on the humano and arduous task which they so gallantly accomplished in the face of great dilliculties, "I had only just got into bed when there was a rap at the door, and 1 heard a voice crying, ' Tom get up ; there's a ship ashore on Point Lonsdale.' I jumped out of hed, and dressing hastily ran down to the pier, hearing as I went the rolling of the alarm bell, At the pier I met my fellows runling quickly to the spot, and in a few minutes we had at least double the crew that we wanted to man the lifelouat, which always swings on the davits at the pier, Our' boat is mainned the saiue as those of the I-umlane Society; that is to say, there are a superinltendent, a coxswain, a bowlllan, and as many tn...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 3 August 1887
WElSLEYAN. Services will be conducted in ltho Wesleyan Church, on Sunday next, as follows: ]Cillni, it II n.ns.--tlov. It . ]l, owes (rlims, at 7 pIm.--RIloV. 0, It. OlaNsoIn Jtlikboroo, ut n I n.nm.--Sulpply .Jinlroo, at 7 pa.m--Ite. I.I. li ]lowel. Old Place, at. 2.70 p.m,--Mr. C. CausHln icrntllgong, at 11 a.m,--ltcv. i. II. tOlasson Ocrrihgnion, a, 7 p.m.-Mr. J. Nisbet Foxcroitid, at Il .r--MIr. J. Nisbet BiScllhhniourr at, 11 t.nt.--r. 0. A. nimecrilllo Siillhriuubr, it 7 p.mlll.-Mr. O. A. itemorvillo 11cr. O. It. (tilnhae will condulct snrlvieo it Mr. Noblo's BSaddleclck, on tSunday'S next a 2.13 pln.
AUGUST 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 3 August 1887
A?ut~s'r 2. Boforo Messrs. H. Connell, P.M., and T.. Brown, J.P. J. J. Goldarrd was anmmonoll by Samnul Unwin (of Bomnho) for asshalt. Mr. K. Ryan appeared for rnopllinelant. Defendant almitted strilking pliiltiff,. hn said pliintittff provoked him by nlsing nhlsivo alingiago when ie nseld him for the £414 odit he owed Ihim, As he (plaintlif) lhd Ioun pIai off and was going away. Plaintiff's wife also. abused hlim over the imatter on Seuiindy. Plaintiifl tild all the money he draw wan 168s Gd, and wheni defendant asked him for that he tohl hiilh it was all hu had, but defeii t kunolceld Ili down,. For the skeo of penco nui Jving that Goidlhrd iwas i boltLtr manl than I inst'f,ho gavet himn theu oney, Del'etd allt took it with one hand andt Iknookold hime down a Csecond time with the other. The P.M. pointed out to dh'fendant that he had no right to se intimidation for the pur pnos of geletillg li4. I eOUy o shnh111 livO sotl ft'r it, ind that his condit Ihad reIeduretd hlii liable to...
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 3 August 1887
CONOIREQATIONAL CHURLCIH OEIlIuTNON Q. The Rov. G, Iteighway conducts serei'ces over)' Sunday na follws : orrinltgong, at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. [Theo editor requests that the various clergymen of tlhe district will forward anlooncenelltS of crvlleen to he held from time to thee lt their churches, which notleos will it, all eases be Inserted gratls.l The Kiama Reporter. PUBLISHIED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATUIRDAY MORNING. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1887.
KIAMA POLICE COURT. AUGUST 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 3 August 1887
XIAMA POLICE COURT. Auoust' 1. Biponrrn. Connell, EiRq., P.11.. Charle Gallagher (onlo'tl!'theo nlomlployod) plodled guilty to being drunrlk nd diaorderly ont Saturdaly nighlt and wan lined ist or 24 houtre. Alexandler Moriarty. for being drtuik, was lined So or 24 hours. ,Jolhn William lBrownt pleaded gnilty to using obhtone language, ?nd wasB litned 20s or 24 houtrs. Pattrick IrllnA, for riotous behaviour, waB; fitned 20s ot 24 hours.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 3 August 1887
BesHrorP BARRY having roturned to the colony has made some explanations to a representa. tivo of the " Sydney Daily Telegraph" touching tile speech delivered in London to the ladies' department at King's College in aid of tlh Australian Church of England mission to New Guinea. Our first intimna tion of tie substance of the Primate's re. marks was contained in a cablegram necoes sarily of a very meagre character, not likely to do ample justice to the speaker. It did not convoy the general tenor of tile address, What it did give were a few detached son. tences, which unmistakably reflected oi thi social condition of the colony, and conveyed the impression that BInOI' BARIY ihad gone out of his way to depreciate us to the glori ilcation of his English audience. A latm and fuller report of a Londo correspondiit amplified the cable messages, but scarcely re. moved the first impression. " According tc - n .u..I. JIVU.y't/ oin' Idgniu" Uirila'noul' auln!'ly and that of sensuality had been ...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 3 August 1887
NOTES AND NE1 S. M. Depretis, the Italian Premier, is dead. Hianlan leaves Oanada for Australia on August 15. Russia is said to have got the best of the bargain in the Afghan boundary question, The estimated population of this colony is 1,055,050. Strenuous efforts are to be made, to cope with the sparrow pest in the Goulburn district Professor Hyland has been delighting the people of Silverton by riding vicious bullocks. Mrs. Barry, wife of the Bishop of Sydney, is staying at Clifton, Bristol, England, with her two sons. The Chinaman who attempted to kill him. self at his house in George-street a few days ago, died in hospital. A Mets pipomaker has been fined for mak ing pipes with howls shaped into a likeness of General Boulanger. A whale, 63 feet long and 25 feet girth, was stranded on the foreshore seven miles from Warrnambool (Vie,) In connection with the Lands Depart nnent an inquiry oflice ihas been established for supplying information to the public. Work at the proposed Cen...
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 3 August 1887
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. A nrmieTIawo of property holders is advertised for Saturday evening. BALu, in Temperance Hall, Shollharbour, to night, in aid of 11,0. Church. 'l'et Gerringong Council meeting lnpseod on Montiday for want of a quorium. AN attempt is to be made to eave the -machinery of the steamer Waratah, stranded recently at North Bulli. SEVEItAL of the Bulli widows express regret at having signed the letter disapproving of J;ha proposed mode of distribution of the fund. AMoTIon sale of insolvent stock of drapery, clothing, jewellery and fancy goods by A. L, Nelson (from Sydney) next Dymnock's Auction Mart, connnoucig next Thursday. RAINVALL in Kiamnu for July, 1887 :-July 1st, '02; 4th, 120; 5th, '18 ; 6th, 02 ; 11th, '80; 12th, '13; 13th, '31; 14th, '04. Total, 1 inch 82 points in 8 days. A Fexa broke out in a Chinamaun's but near Braidwood on Tucaday night. 'Thie owner (Hoe Looee) was badly burnt in his ulnselootdfnl efforts to save his child, who perished in the flames...
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Tuesday, 12 (noon.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 3 August 1887
LATEST TELEGRAPHIO INTELLI GENOCE. (YRnon0 OUR OWN CORRnaPONDnINT.) SYDNEY, Tuesday, 1i2 (noon,) Sir Henry Parkos is too unwell toattond office. Cardinal Moran blessed the banner of thl Total Abstinence Society which recently asr rived from Italy. Doctor CGorbelt, bishop olect of Sale, proached a sorrnon, and Arch' bishop Oarr gave the benediction. The Cardinal, Archblishop and several. bishops and ch'rgy left for Newcastle last" night to attend the consuecration of the monastery at Waratah. The three.masted schooner Oairnamn, under charter to the Presbyterian ntission,4 was wreooked on the island of lMalo, New't Hlub rides, all hands saved, The vessel' is owned by Mr. William Henderson of New castle, Captain Goo. Browtiing, one of the oldest master mariners, who arrived In Sydnuy in 1822, died on Sunday aged 82. More authentio inforination from Port Darwin states that only one Chinanman thoro is sulffring from small-pox ; four others have beoon isolated, A dorrmestio servant, Isabe...
KIAMA AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. COMMITTEE MEETING. JULY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 3 August 1887
XIAMAA AGrcIOULTURAL ASSOCI ATION. COMMITTEE MEETING. JULY 29. PauRSENT :-Messrs. J. T. Cole (in the chair), Jis. Somerville (Secretery), Jno. Love, G. Somerville, A. Ourtis (Treasurer), T. Brown, 0. W. Craig, W. Grey, W. C. Dunster, T. Love and T. Fredericks. Correspondeco :--Fronm Secretary Shonl havon A. & H. Association, dated 14th instant, acquainting the Kiniian Society with resolutions passed by the Sholalhaven Society on 2nd in ltant, allirmning the desirableness in the inte rests of agriculturists and lpastoralists of astab lishing a model farm.and agricultural college in the South Coast district; enclosing circular and inviting co-operation, and in caso of approval the appointment of a delegate to attend a con forence in Sydney to be hold say within a mnontll, at whicl it is proposed to form a dopu tation including tioe parliamentary representa tives of the south coast, to urge upon Govern ienrt the adoption of tioe proposal. Also de airing to be informed if tie So...
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 3 August 1887
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. Protestant Alliance meIts Aumust 8, at 7.I0, No. 1I2. L.O.L., meets Rept. 2, at 7.110 No. 115, L.OL., imeetol! Sept. 20, at 7.:10. No. 77, LO.I., meets AuglIst I. at? p.ln. No. 140, L.O.b., meets August| 4, ot. 7.l0 p.lmn. Sons of Temlpemolco, No 2'7, mace(t An?ugt 10, lat 7.0,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 3 August 1887
JOHN STEWART, Auctioneer, AND COtM S r11 SION AGENT, BROUGHTON. FOR SALE, TIWO LAllIGEGIALVANIZIMD 1110NTANKS wliehi will iholl enach abolut 1000 giall~o1 T'lhes tinl?k wicro im lle oxitra lsorn for hi.lltdii wiiler for Ior 11 gnaslleler. P'rico :10) oauli clath. loigiilnr price, abultLi £15. S. MAJOR,, 3-2.80 Tho Arcntld. KIERAN, RYA, Solicitbr- etc. 01'FIIOIS : Terralong Street, Kiama. 3 23,874. GEORGE WALKE R, Uldecrtaker, Cabinet-malcer, Uplholsterer. &c., K I A M A. Flnralni contducted in anly part of the dis trict at imcodceate clharges. JOHN RITCHIE, SHIP AND COMMISSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL PRlOiUUCI1 MN IIC41 AN'T, Cnledonian Whitrl, Sydntly, Strict Attention givon to Returns, 7-3 1-80l-y "Disoensed Nanlo ii fltolinllPs ibriaks forth in sirnngo ortlptiicn."-Act iii, tSeeno 1, TO TH-E PUBLIC. S tio.s nro ia'raid from muri'r ashlin tliil s 11nal IIodetK.V (I to PIWIONAl.lX' ( 11sii Iult1, itn mil1 rVI anII-llI- (lOt r PH liPIs ll Ihav l i(nt th till '-jicRa.-si:bi nall ...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. NINTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 3 August 1887
RELIGIO US, CITUIOII OF ENOLAND. NINTH SUNDAY AFTER TRIINITY Divino Service will be conducted on S lunday neoxt i the Church of Engl]n?? Churches as follows: Christ Chlmrlh, K[mal,at 11 a.m.-Rv. J. 1, . Priceo Christ Church, nt 7 p.t; --llev . 11. I'rice St, George's, erringong, nt ,30 p,,.--llRev. J. IT. Prico Services will bhe onducted in the Church of Iniglnild Jamberoo, end Shellharhour, on Slnday next, as follows: Shellhirbour, at 11 a.:n.--cRv, . CiO lsford Jamberoe, et 7 pan.--tiv. Ii. Crisfotl