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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 August 1887
Ci llll illiMAnN Svant.-N1o other mi-tll(lio i the wasohl wlnx ever lgiven ?iuth a tort of hcit'ametion qoelities nO ltitsihele'es itthile t3yIIBrt. Ith l eit y)ears two llillon foutr hunldroll thouszand menlll batlleP of this tIlellirill! wvoro IslisltrihlLbul~ fr'ee Of charge h.y tIe D)i olis int the the Uilituill HSitut of Alie:ria to lihoso, ellltilell wrlih UuiIiillllitio i AHthlinll, Croull \i, l'ero iU?nilig, PillOlllllrullina Iuulil allI olllc IUiHl'H (l? i i'u (111 /1' 01\11 hl rl iiiil hlll..(l..l l~i, lll li oh er tliuctot I the l ir i 1lihi i l IIs, . Ji tIIIIIHe alltd mni abl roof that UnrmanI: ( will 0 viiicre tlie?i. 'hie result h/ u huteen that Dtiiilrgite hi (ti 'oi',Or i ton nil , villig ii uivileldt collluitril ies te illlltI?ieiiti nllg il to. bhi rh uollto '., llr Go i i Itio U Drtigii t ItiI , l iik hlllalt the.y' kIIo, anhol ii , 8lmliillle btll tlte, (Jd, ltogii lar eiz/e SN. hI, 'l'thiro d useS will i'li v' nliy u ease.-[AllV'r.] ,2-1.8(1. OI tllox of Olae's...
THE LOWER CLASSES IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 August 1887
XHE LOWER CLASES IN AUS TRALIA, (From, a Corresondent ,f St. James's Gazelte.) ]i?TII?cN the lower classes of England and those of our colonies there are several ittpor. tant diilOrences. For convetience, we divide all classes into lthree gre'at divisions-upper, mniddle, sand lower. '.o these three, when we wish to Ie accurate, we sometimels add a fourth, which we call the crimiiial class. In the colonies these distinctions do not hold in the same way. In thle lirst place there' is no criminal class; atid, in the next place, the application of tihet terms " middle " and "upper ' has to be altered cotside'ablly. WVhen I say tlhter is no criminal class, I do not mean there are no ctriminals. T'here are enouglh ntd to spare of them, thlooughl not so mntty pt'topo'tionately to the population as in the Untited Kingdomt. In tihe sense of theore being criminals there is a criminal class; but thert are no criminal classes which owe their crinmialty to the fact that they havo been born and b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 August 1887
TPn u advortisced mooting in cotnnoction with thc [tic warrt TPurl Clut) took plcrcc at tio Corn itmercial 11o(tl last wick. 'Thcru wac a fair attendance of meombecrc. The bucitices trant ncoted WAR thu election of otfiro0boerors. H. F. Noluc, Ecq., presidont; E. J. Mlarke, Ecq., troeauror. Thue coomnittc for the prucont racing cocoon arc hIeucr. G. WVooI1, curn., II. F. N ohlc, G. Concht, anctic ouch, Charlcs Swoyon, F. Cole, Charluc MOlinoltey, jun., Chartoc Priro, jim., li. Kelly, Otiarole . Doitr, A. H. uctell, Jnuoc Murphy, N. J1. Mcrkc. It ic thu intoun tion of the citul to hlati a two dayc' ootitog in October, proriting tite futide arc forthICoiming,. cnd thie dtliic lty shotlod tic acsily got ov or. 'Thu ctltb, frotn a lion iciol point of v'iuw, ic faitly proopirtinc, trinci ug forwurd a -cdilt Italuntio oat £81, whiicti soatoks well for thu nina ttcotgrtrtt, au I thre titRo tbeet olcy twco cotall uttotltinge, ttit thut tic ititgroremtentii it tti roourst loini nctotiitithid...
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 August 1887
VARIETIES, Marcllant: "Well, porticor, I. want you to toll mu all tlhat Ihappeld dluriig mlly alsunco, L-aot?'s a dollar for you." col'tt : " Th'' boys prmuisc'd me two dollars if I wouldn't say a word." Say, Pat, whatover nmado you go to work for old Uncle Dan ? 1.1o's thiientalSt man in thi cnuntry,' I Malne, is it?' saild Pat why, sulo an' Iea's th foiliesta, aisyest-goil' mian ivoat I had, h1,dad; h] givos a maIn fliftecn hours to do a day's wolrk il,' During a wedding coromoiy r'contly at thul Prosh'yterian Ohurchl, Bullym mna, tihe parties united hoiog John Thompson and Mary Stairs, thu mother of th?l former Iegan to anathtoniatise tihe hlido and apply vile opithets to hlr, Some colnstables roImoved; thie irato woiman, wlhorrupon heir daught.er rushed faolward, dnallt tho ridrl a deoliberato blow on tht( face, and torn olff llr ?\?oil, Thli Ipassionatr girl wa\s takenl outside, wlhire a crowd had assenbled. As thu wedding party drove away, thI mother and .datulghtor tgain voci...
A FARMER ON AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 August 1887
A FARMEB ON AGRBICULTUTE, Tun, basest fraud on earth is agrliculture. The deadliest la?Nis 'A'ruus that ever glit tered to beguile, and dazzled to betray, is agriculture. I speak with feeling on this sublject, for I've he.n glittered and heguiled, and dazzled and destroyed by this same arch deceiver. She has made me a thousand ipromliss, and broken every one of thom. She has promised me early potatoes, and the rain has drowned them ; late potatoes, and the drought has withered them. She has promised cherries, and tile urcuulio has stung them, and they contain living things, un comely to the eye, and uusavoury to tile taste. S lhe has promised strawherries, and the young chickens have devoured them, and tihe eye catinot seea them. No wonlder that Oain killid his brother. 11u was a tillor of the grounld. TheII wonder is hie did not kill his father, and then weep because he had not a grandfather to kill. No doubt his Early Rose potatoes, for whichl he paid Adam seven dollars a barrel, ...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 August 1887
;WEtlgYAN. Servlcen will o conducted In the Waesleyan Church, on Sunday next, as follows : Kfamna aatII n1m,--oer, t fl. Towea l' nna, t 7 p,e--av 0, U R.dlsaaon IJ ,Tamboroo, at Cla.m.--Supply Jnimheroo, at 7 p m.--Uov, U. 1, lIowns Old Placo at 2.,0 p o.--31r. 0. Coltlans GOrringozig, at 11 nn.--Rro. 0. 00. Oleason ferrlnnol. M, at p.m.--7.r. T, Ntnhot roxnrovtid, at 11 n .--M(r. ,T. N[sbet Sihollhnrhoor at, 1 ?,m.m-Mr. O,A. Sarnorrllla Shlolllhrlm r, at 7 p m.?-Mfr. 0. A. Iomerrllln 3vc,. 0. U. G lesan, will r oidlart wirev at Mr. Noble's Baddlebaok, on Sunday next at 2.70 p.nm.
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday, 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 August 1887
LATEST TBLECJA3PICI IWNTELLI (olO, oUn ows co01rmI'roNIiN'r.r.) SYIDNEY. FIriday, lnam. ILneavy snow Ihas flhlenl in llllmany parts of tim colony, Iacilng in. snow shoes is in vaogL aIt Ki(nndra, Threo halo hloon more casons of smallpox disOovllred Iat Port Darw'in. It is furmd tihe Ohine O re c0l(oncallng the cxistellonc of other The, sudden depnrtel I of tlhl German flet hlis given rise to conjeotllros ill roefor. (,lleo to Urlmarn aOctionl inll Saolnli T'im Premiur 1has Iltlerlili th toela1 for do signlm fol' th? StII.all 1losle to £200 ihst1, .£173 seo1nd, .£125 third. MIlhlbourn1, TlIhu rsday., T'ihe binlks haveI resolvedl to rlducu the rate of illntrest1 o0n dposits to 4 i·p (1cnt. condliLionuliy on the other banks in Sydney ar1d Adtlide agreecing. It is coneilored adh'isiLblo to add insurancoo prolmiul to railway fares, al(d to introdilceo a B3ill to limit the responsibility of thu Stato in o015s1 of railway aocidoeiln, David Goggin, lioensee of t?e Sydnoy anld Melbeourno Pal...
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 August 1887
CONGRETOATIONAT, CTTURCI, OEInOONO. Tho Rov. G. Ieolghway eonducts nen??es overy Btndoy as followR : (Oerrlngong, at 11a.m. and 7 .10. [Toe editor rrqe es that tho varioaus rlergren of tlhe dlstrlt wll for?ard announeoootn t of erl icesda to I~e hel from tino to time in their churchoa, which nottcon will in oll cases bo inserted grattlaL,1 The Kiama Reporter. -0 PUBLISBIED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURIDAY MOIORNING. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1887.,
CORRESPONDENCE. KIAMA ATHLETIC CLUB. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 August 1887
00~EEsPONDE;NCE. lMAIA AVIILIITfIC OLUB. TO THI ODITOR OF TLH KIAMA IiLPOIiTIR. Slit,--I wis very IIIlu1 Ch urprised on rmadi Jg Iho Inst l1HInO Of your I)ipr' to lOtie in the roplort, of thhu iieeliii of th, Agriolfillurtl Smciety'el comnmittifs that Mr. Urh ilie I:l stal('edl tlht ho wil iunawaro that hIe wa n vicel'-Preiidte t, or oven ia niiulhler, oIf thIe Inia Athllotio 01hh. Now, wihean Ilr. O rtitH mlinl. tiho abovo rtnltlleoolt I think his iiimiimory mnstm hove fniledI him, for ii May lhat, wlhen Ihe vioi.prosidercy of Ihn lii beOUIneI vnmunl, valrllone loelalnoe wore Hleiggont'd to till the va!lmoy, ndi ot lo t tfit of ,Mr. CII tis was Ilxedi orl, iibjoct ti his giving iie clii sont, A fomv dbye It or thin I enaw Mr. Curtin and linformnoi hiiim iof th, winlh (,1 Illy ,'olulnititne, mnin ho oI f1iucs tnio ho iwould act, nuii primiiiiud to lftteii tile next muOlin o i t iho illlowill.g 'h'liiinrtly nighit. At this miioeting I licutl liii rinmHi l f ocr iilnrviuwv, nil Mr, Cm...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 August 1887
A SLE Lo?t committee of the Legislative Council was appointed last March at the in stance of Dn. CaliDn " to inquire into the state and opeiation of the laws now existing for the regulation of the practice of medi. cine and surgery in New South Wales." The committee consisted of Sla A trLn STrPH,7,R Mn. DonDs, Mnr. JAcon, Ma. KINo, MIr. SAr,oMONs, MR. NonToN, Mn, STIOWART, MR, SuTTon, IMa. WArT andl Mur, ORaeD, The committee have examined a number of wit. nesses and brought up a progress report showing the urgent necessity for the amend ment of existing laws, and recommending that the inquiry he resumed next session, The law as it. stands at present olfers a pro mium to quacks. It does not insist upon registrationil and it offers no protection whatever against quackery. So long as the self constituted practitioner does not openly commit perjury before a coroner or magis trato by assuming a status to which he is not entitled, and so long as lhe refrains from signing a lunacy certific...
CONCERT AT JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 August 1887
CONOERT AT JAMBEROO. (itOM, OUR COiIllESPONDENT.) TonI Concert by the Drmiacntin Club, asselil d by loul manlteurs, in aid of tie funds of til M. 1. cnid P. D. Society, came otf pirsnant to nn noiiiironient on Tuesday evolninlg lant iin Ili Protestant IHall. Uifortuiinlcly, tIlo " United Evnnpelislio Meetiags," which commenced on Mlodlny night, and ,iri to conltinui overy niiliht duing the present week, interfered to a mnnll extent witli the n(tendance. TlIe concert under iotice had been ndvertised ill both local pnper' for the pnast five or six weeks, and tih piumoters of "thlie iisioin " lieist bhave Ieen aware of thin fact, and ithe only ilfcioenco to be drawn is that our spiritual IdviIsers do not look with favonr lupon un iiisttution that has for ita objects the enilightelilleniiii nd ilmprovement of yonungI men, irrespective of oines or creed, Upon several nrcasiois the young Icnil of the DrUiamatic Cilh lave spent night after night rihl(earing and preparinf for entertninmaunt...
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 August 1887
LOCAL AND DISTRIOT NEWS, Toorl.TooA concert report next issueo. MR. D. L. Dverocr loft Kinnni onr Toenday for the Adelnidelo Exhibition, whlore ho is to take part in jrdring. AccorDINro to last Worlnesday's Echo the Ministehr orr W\Vlkni ltoeds visiting the sotheorn portion of the Iliw\rrl'a railway rnext week. THr Rev. Mr. Carrothers, formnurl3 stationsd at Iogn, has hon lectluring uip inortlh uii 'lI'he laInd we live in." lie says Begn is the loveliest sprt in the corlony. IT ii evident Ihnt in imany canse, ir order to have effectivo and talentedl lo~al rolprosen atives, 1ay3'inrt of mreiiere wvoildi he a stlop inl tile right diroetinn.-larona lrndpcicndent. SrnoNao indignation is expressed at W"hlloni gong over thie suicide of thie girl Isabella TIhoinpson, whose body wias interred oer Tues day without funeral service. Slraw was to Ihave been tarred and feathiered by tile young mon of thie town, but hIe decanmpedi. AT a inretingl of subrlanr Maiyors hold on 't'uiieslday night in ...
KIAMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. AUGUST 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 August 1887
XAMAA MUNIaIPAL COUNOIL, AUOvST 4. PEsEsNT--The Mayor (Mr. II. F. Noble), and Aldermen G. Somerolville, J. Simnlons, O. W. Craig, J. T. OCle, M. King, and T. Love. Correspondence.-From Mr. Marshall, Coun cil's solicitor. re lant, uenclsing letter fromn Meslsra. Nolrton & Co., statiLon that it would be necessay for Council to furnish certified ex tracts from their books showing that the rates iamiount to £1500 per Ianunum. From Mr. A, Cameron. M,.L.A., acknowled ging receipt of potitionI for oxtension of railway to Kianma, and promising to present Baine on. the re-assemlbling of the Assemubly, and that hIe would try to induce the Minister for Works to visit Kiama during the recess; also enolas ing letter re deviations in road Kiania to Moss \Val, stating that it would be necessary to make application through the local ofnlicer. Fronm P. L1. Fisher, Newcastle, oflering to introduce a few of Greenway's patent eairth and water closnets, at £14 each, drainage accord: ing to Counc...
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 August 1887
IMIEETINGS TO BE HELD. Protestant Allianoo me?ot August 17, at 7.30, No. 12, L.OLT., snoutsl Sopt.. 0, ot 7.00 No. I?, L.O.L., meots S?pt. , at 7.30 No. 115, L.O.L., mosts 80pt. 5, at 7.30. Bo.neo Tem.Oroner Not 7, mmeets Augu# 10t 7 p. 73. No. 140, LO.,, essato Auigiust It, at 7.30 p.m, sons oa Temprnaonn, No, 27, sseots Auyust 10, at 7.30,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 August 1887
JOHN STEWART, Auctonleer, AND COOMMISSION AGENT, BROUGHTON. FOR SALE. TWO LARGE GALVANIZED IR'ONTANKS which wi!l hiold eachl nlbot tl00 g llonIs. TheIORO anks wore Iniado extra Htroug far holding 'wvatcr tfor tho gnsotfclr. Prico .£10oach, coash. Rlegular plico, about £15. -- S. MAJOR, 3-2-8 'i'The Arcade. KIERAN RYAN, Solicitor, etc. OFF'ICES: Terralong Street, Kiama. 18.104.22.168. GEORGE WALKER, l?ludertaker, Cabhliet-maker, UphBolsterer. &c., K I A ,I A. Finrnia conhutetd l in any part of the dis trict at imoodalno tchargos. JOHN ITTCHIE, ISHIP AND COMMISSION AGENT, ANDi COLONIAL PRODUC2I MIRhOIIANT, Caledoninn Wharf, Sydney. Strict Attention given to Returns. 7-1·l-8G-y "Disensed Natle o flenilnims brenka forthI in alrlnligaa oruplions."--Act ii, 8uule 1. TO THE PUBLIC. SOME patients slffIeriig friom n irvo nsffec. tiont are af l'raid fr'ioll sliheo' lIIlshI llnl'es and inolesly li PI,'iiwiNAti..Y consult. it' imetlical tnl,--otllor' patnllilBIhave Iol tihe sl af-potH'.-ssi...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. NINTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 August 1887
RELIGIO0 S, CIIURCIT OF ENOLAND. NTNTII SUNDAY AFTER TRTNITY Divine Serricen ill he ondtlclcted on Slnday next in (ho Church of England Churches nas follonws: Christ Clhurlch, Tilni. at II nm.--ne. J. 1T. PrIco Chrlt Clhurclh. at 7 p.m.--Ir. J . riT, rlce Cmnmrly Fireit, at 2,nn1 p.m.--Rv, J. IT. Ple r St. Oeorgc's, Oearriii ongn at lf0O p.m.-Mr., J. Ifolbrook Bervices will ho conducted In the Church of Tntoendn *Jmberon, and Shelllharlbor, on Sunday next, ns followso: fhellhnrlour. at 11 n.m.--R. , . Crinford Jooberoo, at 7 p.tn.--lle. EII. Crioford
SUICIDE OF A SERVANT GIRL AT WOLLONGONG. ANOTHER DEATH FROM "ROUGH ON RATS" POISON. A HEARTLESS SCOUNDREL ESCAPES UNPUNISHED. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 August 1887
SUICIDE OF A SERVANT GIRL AT WOLLONGONG. ANOTHER DEATH FROM "ROUGH ON RATS" POISON. A HEARTLESS SCOUNDREL ESCAPES UNPUNISHED. A YOUNG woman named Isabella Thompson, servant in the employment of Mr. A. A. Tur- ner, P.M., died on Sunday night last from the effects of poisoning. A Coroner's inquest was held at the Wollongong Court-house on Monday before the coroner (Mr. C. F. Smith), and the following jury :— D. M. Campbell, W. McKen- zie, P. Ryan, J. Alger, W. McInnes, J. Ander- son, F. W. Hewlett, W. Osborne, W. Nelson, and R. Richardson. Emily Turner deposed : I last saw deceased alive at about 12 o'clock last night ; she was then in her room in bed. Shortly after 5 o'clock in the afternoon, when she was milking a cow, she complained of having a headache and com- menced to vomit. She could not finish milking and went into her room. She continued to vomit, and went to bed. I and others asked her if she had been taking anything. She re- plied, " What would I be taking ?" Dr. Thomp- so...