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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 22 September 1886

CORRESPONDENCE. TO TIlE EDITOR OF TlHlE KIIAMA R?RIPORlE. Smn,--In a few recent issues of your journal I read with considorablo intoroest two lotters by " Patriot," coaluenting on the oaction of Captainl Charles in the Logislative Council in the matter of theextension of tlhe railway into the townl of Kinalna. Theil opinions expressed in tlhe letters referred to coincide with those of every intelli goent and disinterested resident of Kiamna, still I think they omitted to strike the real key note of Captain Charles' mnotives, I will fooel obliged if you will allow me to poilnt out wlat i conoidor tihe secret of his sculningly patriotic action. It is well known to tohe resi dents of Kiaina that Captain Charles derives a very colnsidorablo income frh'om his Bombo quarries, and that thile difioulty of shippilng the bluo metal at Bombo during the prevalence of nlorth east winds in the sulnmmer monthls causes serious loss to Mr. Hill, whose boats have fr'O quently to lio in Kiaima idle un...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BALLOON VOYAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 October 1886

A BALLOON VOYAGE. " Tr.r. me something about the most perilous voyago you ever made I" was demannded of Professor King, the aeronait. " Well, let me seo. 'JTh1 most perilous voyage, I think, was over the Maine and Canada wilderness from Now 1Tamnpshire down the Gulf of St. Lawrence. We ascended from Plymouth and rose into the clouds. A slight rain was falling. Our course was north-west, andl we soon found ourselves over one of the White Mountains, and we had to throw out ballast to keep fromu strik ing it. After passing over Mount ,Tlolerson and Mount Adams, of the White M ountains, we plunged into the wilderness, or at least passed over it. About nightfall, as we wero crossing Lake Umbagog, we saw a light on one of the sholres, and hallood. We seomned to attract attention, but no response w'as made, A canoe was put down in the water, and we could see it dodging around in the water as if they were looking for something. They thought the cry probably caine from someblody on the water...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 October 1886

NOTI C , -R. O, TIlilRY, Ml.i., O.M., PD.Sc, F.O.S,, / having scancomtlcd to tho Practicrn olf tile into 1)Dr. Locoy, will carry on same at W\rn'lnh j11oH 0 IIHIIanul.' 0-'22-080. 'Estato of Late Dr. Lacey, Kiama. ALt ACCOUNTS in the abovo EIlanto nae Itow isIt( I0 ,to hose ihldobl.(tId; int rorly t.ottlaioin it rotquestetd. l, Win. 1)ylinck hli lbonu nuthoried to collect tim alllmo, whoo recuipt will be a slnlicilnt dihclarco, U. L. I)YOCIK, Atlcotiottter anlld HotaLto Agollt. Sept, 30thl, 1886. 10 2-S6, Gonorol Post Oltl0co, Sydnhy, lL Sol.lttmlot 'r, 1886, TENDETS for tIhe covoeyanOco of Mails or 1 or :1 yars front lhe 1st JAN UAJIY nlextl., to and trot,, 1. Unpto and Marshall Mount, thrloe tites a week. 2. Ihowrll, Konenlnon, Eanst Kangaloon, and obl'rtooll, six titme a week, wvill ho roceoived at this oflice on to noon 1tt T'itedy, Ilthe 26tlh OC'lTO'R noxt. Ealch tt tler niutt be nigtled ill tho proontROC of aI Magis Itrtt ort' a Postimaster. For fiull pnrticulatl son Governrc...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Friday, 12 (noon.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 October 1886

TELEGRAPHI0 INTELLIGENCE. (FuRoM R11 OWN CORI?vPONn)NT.) SYDNEY, Friday, 12 (noon.) The Legislative Council passed the T'-in. ponrar'y Supply Bill in all its stages in the Assembly. After motion for adjournment, an amendmont was moved for going on with the supply on the subject of;niviting tenders for tihe supply of sleepoprs and rails for thll Wilcannia-1 orbes Railway. Tile military Estimatos wore then passed and the house adjourllned at 3 o'clock. Sover\ shocks of earthquake have le on felt at Brisbane, resembling the firing of artillery. The proposed rise in the Now Zealand cable rates will not take place till January. Horton, Orown Lands Agent at Young has obeen committed on further charges of embezzling Government money. 7 p.m. Another Iurglar was sentenced to-clday to. seven years. Edward Ramsay,. houas agent, .was' ac. quitted on.a charge of embezzlement.. The race-horso CGentility lhas b1on sold. to a Melbourne sportsman for 3:00 sevs. Bohemian is scratched for the Caulfibl...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 October 1886

('RlOM O? l coirusi1osn N'rFNT.) 'Tine much talked of horse race betweoon Mr. Bollotte's Villago Maid and Mr. M'OCrtLhy's mare, Linot, cale oil on Saturday afternoon last, oi the Woodstock course. The match was for £10 a sido, and was arrangod some consider able tisoiago, since which both horsos have undoerguno activo preparations for the evont, Every morning during the past few wooks, people, whose avocations compeo theirrising at dawn of day, have boon someowhat startled upon seeing theso animals closely wrapped in blankets and mounted by their small trainers, returning from their early exorcises, and overy ovoening at dusk the same thin migght have been noticad. Their various performances were kept very dark, and upon no occasion was any plrivate trial of the two indulgod i1n, one horse per formed his exorcises inl the vicinity of the Wallaby Hill bush, while the other was a fro quenteor of the Jorrani lano. But Mr. Blollotlo's mnaro cortainly had the advntlago in training, as M'...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 October 1886

:CI MMEROTAL. Dolow wo givo dotailoel quotatlionl :- Butter, eUt, per o ...................... 0 1 1 to 0 1 t 1'actary ditto .................... ..... ... . 0 1 , 0 1 BIa ,n, Imr!lb .............................. 0 0 03 ~ 0 0 716 alr, perl, l (I 0 0 a 0 0 7o Ch? dr , ,ittto ........................ 0 0 8 , 0 0 0 'illhW, pe tll..... ..................... 1. 0 0 8 17 0 0 C it Skl s , io00... 0.. ........ .......... 0 0 ,, 0 0 0 PiRlue, alioe, prle ... .................. 0 01 O , 0 0 "I (uilea, iwtul .......................... 0 8 0 . 110 0 tiesl . . ) t ..................... 0 0 t , 0 0 8 Lttlee, per otuthel~ . ................. . 0 3 (i ,, 0I 0 (1 ten inor, peir tiiu.................... 7 10 0 , 8 10 0 lucerne Ilii, per toun................. I 10 0 ,, 0 10 0 oatolsta, p1? r 1........................ 4 0 .0 i It 0 icalwo, per talir. .. . 30 9 9 n 0 0t Ilalcu, pcr tutr........... 0 0i tt ,, t 0 ( 0 (lelrs, 'rpar .................... ..... ( 7 tI II 0 0 'I'rk Cys, pcr pair ...............

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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INTERCOLONIAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 October 1886

INTE1RCOLONIAL NOTES The Ballmat corroopondbnb of tih A!l roports, that at tho town police court ont Monday morn ing, WV. 3. Konnedy, aI woll-knowun resident of the B]ungtroo district, wais linod .1, with £3 3s costs, for cruolly ill-troating his daughtor, agod 10 yours. Kennedy had 'a quarrol with. his wifo soma moonths ago, sinoo which timeo thle couplo have rosidod apart, the father requosting the childron not to apolk to their tuothor, O( Sunday, thlo 10th instant, tho gir'l in quoestion wont to church, whoro ashe mot heir mothr, orld had a conversation with her, SuiuqO(tiontly Konlody ordered hli dlaughtor, upon hIe roturn homo, to strip ofI her clothes, and upron this. being done, hlo, it was allogod, lloggud her on the body with t thlik shtrap until aho buotcno unconscious, Dr. Ilrdford deposed to the snvero naturo of the boating, and said the strap mnuat havo boon barbed with It bucklo, as aolic of the marks on the girl's person wOro " hblaock and bluo." The Bonch oaid that ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 October 1886

W13SLBYAN. SH*'rTle will bo comluIOteCd in tihe Wc.leyan Church, on . Suldiy iext, as followsd: IC".' Ilndna nill n.a.-- cv. q. 11 Olnaon * Klhnh , itp ? pr..--Mrh'. W. CocLH *,Timllborlo, nl 11 n.an.--inev. It, V. Orton. Jniilioro u, it? p.n.--llot I. V. OW'tu>. Ohl I'ITo lit 2,110 p1,.l. -Mr, , . A. foliorrillo (leIlHOngolit 11 nisi.--ir. J1. ihlledge. (Ihlhlrgrlnllko lf 7 p.in--L'V . .. IoliiHlulln ]loxlniinlllll It 11 IIn.lll.-- lr V. Cnelts Bi)lllillrleolir, iitl1llsi.--Mlr. . hihini'lOis Rliclllmnrl I)ritn 7 s l.io.-M- . O. Colsins lire, I. II. Olnrwns will collelltl eorvico it Mr. Nolo'| Hilodluld lek. on Iuiulnuiy iest, nit 2.80 p.li.

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NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 October 1886

NOMINATIONS. To'r following are the lnminations for the Euroekla Intdica, ip and the JF1lyil.g Handicap, to bh run on the Jatllboroo colurso on T/huroday, 14th of the prosolt month : EUIUtKtA IIANI]API. CoIOh's CDutairor' Mitid, ateld. KIulluhor's Ta'unbour iMajor, ago 1. H1gUttrt's Htopolnuld, agoed South's Simon, 3 ya's. J. Mulloy's Break of Morn, 5 years, Shannon's -Polly, 5 yuars. D. Crood's Blolvorina, 3 yours. F1YJINo IAIANtlI(JAI'. D. Crood's Bolvoritn, 3 yours. Shantmlo's Polly, 5 years. Alulloy's B1ronk of Morn, 5 yoara. Woodward's Hoplful, :3 yat's. ]1. Cooghran's Al iun Rapid, 4 yoars. Stmith's Simon, 3 years., Elliott's R~bio, ( yars., M'i'Gll's The Bass, 4 yours. Stookton's lloso Anteros, S3yours. -logarlt's Hopoliold, agod, Elliott's Plntaloon, agud. Couoh's Emmpror, 3 y?urs. Cuoch's Athloto, 3 years. J. Wood' Prinucess, agod.' The following nro the nominations for the Illawarra T. 'Club Handicap, and the Short's Hlandicap, whioh nre to bo run on the Old Course, tumbur...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 October 1886

COQN(IIEOATJONAL CXIUUICUI, RTEIINOONC. Uth Rev. 0. ]I tie wiy Colttrct8 oclliceo overv Sunda y no follows: trnroogoog, ot It 0n.m. nand I7tn [('Tho cditor'oqtlui0 ttlInt ttIo variort cleorgynioi of 1hw uld~atott Wilt forward oioioiinwiiittitO of l errlces to be lold foomn ttimo to titor ini thtoir otchurctes, wticht nlottlo wilt in fill con019 o Instorted guis.tto

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 October 1886

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Wi: a're indehted to Mr. IT. \Vhiltinhamn for the followin g rainfll for eptotmoler :-Sep t.ombr'U2, "05 ; 8?Sptntohr, 27, "15 ; S eptlember 28. 'OS; total, '58 poinls in thron days. MAl. \V. \Woons, an old residoen, of this town, died at his loudgings, Barnty-stroet, o 'fThurs day morning hlst.. I)ecCasodO was 771yoaets of ago, tuld hIrs beeo an inv'slid for t long time. Tt'u, meinbors of thoe M.I. & P.D. Stcietly of Jamubr'o, intend tholing a wild flower show In tihe Protestant i111, .lamberoo, oni Thm'sday next, 71h1 instlant. This is the first speculation of the kind in this ipart of the disttrict, and as the chrtt'ge is very tndorate., only one shilling, wo wo(ultd like to see it a grand succoss. ]Y an advortisement in anuother column it will bo soon that the annual piCici in connection with the Pr'oshyterian S tll Sabth ol will he hlold ott theo Blowhlol Poit, on \tldneosdiay next, On ltho mnoe oveohing i locturo will be dolivored in the ]'rosly...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 October 1886

NOTICE. IR. R. 0. KENDALL has boon authorisod to Tocoive Accounts in connection with the KIAMA, REPORTIER, and his recoipt will bo aufllioent guarantee. 8. MAJOR. The Kiama Reporter. -0-. PUWLISIIED NVEtRY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2. TowrLc'H Poulnyyal l nil stool pills for fo. mniloe qu ictly corroot nil irrogulanritis, ann( rolievo theo dlltreohin sylllPtoms o 8provalont willtho eOx. Il(,xo In. 1;d, 111 ns 2e, )id., of all Chonalet nld Palent Mali?lno Veondor, Pro patod only by Theu Liuuln nll Midnlnd Colin. Lito Drug Co., Lincoln, 9nglll d, \Vlholu?alo of all tho WIholoealo IHosiies, luowl'o of Ilita tlons,.-Adv. The worst forlls of Favor, Prickly Ilent, S?nllpox, and luoelon rapitlly culrd ily Lth - IhlUOl'l I'IIvttIIOr HAlt . " It saved ylli life, for lito fvor had oblinelld a strongf lold on me,'" 0. Fli,,gorirld, Corronpondel t of anacih terl ' Guardianl, ill Ahlbnin. A llnllinnl t mdialon toH tioany'oolosod witli onclih olltlo, It Ia n al1ro for OChl...

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29TH SEPT., 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 October 1886

29rI T sm ., 1880. Befoe .olmoJ,1 Conway, Esq5Y., J.P.. (;ciago IRAobrLts ndll Jo hn WVi'ight plOnded guilty to being drunk in Shellhlinbotir oil thu 28th instanit thu fnrtncr was fi ned bs, and the lattr JOs ill default, 2.1 hours calc in Shulliarbour loclk-iipi.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 October 1886

luaur cinoll dOI(H(iolY lit~IO' liloin iCOoo. A rti iHtml Tol Isi Hoo~tl (ilon t', FiIyl I Solo~, (~ llo poi o 8.28-811.y. gwoil Doolol iop~rOooiilnlniVO at' hlt' G iolnvooH tiydoo~y, onlolli iohiiil 18111l, W\il I o-ojoit K munnll nunt 111113' InU CoulBIeII~ oit Jib8 oOuII~liui~ 1'00100R iii's., nlooknol'sc, i(Aniiiiiii'l lootl'e 001 MoIlliluy, a 'iliolni 10011 lll iullo poifuoiBIIO rUI1HO~ nud i favoulr uvilhi no onrly coiii -Ady.v 0.8.811, O(lA ol~\ to 5'1u1ll',-NoI Othicr med~liCine inl 1110 w~ouldl WOO oV~l' givono 111111 11 tOBi Ot ito Cil~nloultl q on!! (100N 00 Iloocioco IH lormon1\1 Syro p.I) ToI three yoaLo' l\to Illlullillll rl 1111'0~ lino0roul llolonll 8I1111111 011017/0liy Ibm Duuglo I iil~biI ie (ha 11 UllitOdl 510(11U ot o~icnion to tluiioo n~lllIotil 101111 UOIIllollIll 11110 Aotlioin1, Oi'Oiiju, no'0' vL'O (Jotigli P'I1OIIllll'Oi n nII1I I1Illltr mi'u~u loll10 of 1111 tluriiiilrltl iii iiogi, gio.lbai limo oblhliuol ll~llolliibhlO jrouub' hilnt irloiiniil COII1iill...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 October 1886

ON roferring to our last issue it will be soon that Di, TAnuuNT in his speech at the banquet given in his honour at Jamberoo a week ago referred to a matter of vast im purtance to the whole of Southern Illawarre. There are few men in Parliament who know the distriets which they represent bettor than our member does. For ten years he traversed this distriot repeatedly in the ox ercise of his profession, He knows its in habitants, its topographical and geological features, its natural products, and the local ,iidustries already established and in profit able' operation, as well as its yet undveo loped resources. In estmating the import. ance of a district such as this we must con sider not only the industries we havo, but those we might have. That we have made considerable progress no one will (deny. We have gained quite a reputation for our dairy products. Theoro are amongst us in active exercise a number of butter faotories, fitted up with the best approved machinery, and these, und...

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SHELLHARBOUR POLICE COURT. 24TH SEPTEMBER, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 October 1886

SIIELLIIA1O lOUIt POLICE COUPRT. 2.IhjI S li''ij'ni i:u, I88(I. Idiutitg I'IiIIhu y ItIpt'IUl guill y to n clhnrgo of 1uoiug ulI';ruuu ini SiLholhiuuuh'uur oun (.luu :t3Iuud ibudl.., nuul wasu 1iuuud ]Oa ; itt dtufuuult, 2.4 lours ju itu ho lok-upj.

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THE BEGINNING OF SPIRITUALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 October 1886

To Wuestorn Now Yok beolongs tho distina. tion of having originnatd unodorn spiritual. ism, Thu initial" spir it-apping" phonomumt 1bgan in March, 1848, in the family of John 1), Fox, in 1{ydovillo, Wayneo ounty, Nowt Yorkl, Iosidos IMrb and Mrs, Fox, only their two younger. olildron--l\Margaratnl, twalvo years old, and {Kato, nino y(aruus old -wore at homl wIhn tho family wor( tarutled by mystorlouas rappingH that wore heard nightly upon the floor of one of the bod.rooms, and sometimoes in other plart of the house. Thoey (ndeavournod to trace the oauseo of ithse soun lds, hut.fahled, i t is also nlleged that ti pattr of footstups ws ws also Iamd, the bhuddlothlurs w ore pulh d uul, andl Kate felt a cold haund pass over hin, faun, OU the night of M\larch 1lst, when the raps occurred, Kate imitated them by snapping her fingers, and the raps resounded by the snlle number of sounds. Kate then said : L Now, do as 1 do ; count one, two, three, four, five, six," at the slaue time striking...

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NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 October 1886

NOTES OF THE DAY. WiEr. people look at objects through coloured glasses they fail to see objects as they really are. A similar effect is produced by prepossessions and prejudices of various kinds. When such things influence the mind there is a manifest reluctance to look fairly at both sides of any question. The judgment is warped in one direction, and that the direction in which one's wishes run. We see a signal illustration of this at pro sent, in the extraordinary misrepresentation of this colony by Mr. Norton, the. delegate of the Sydney Trades and Labour Council, in London. This gentleman, who is of course expected to spank the views of the Protoc tionists, has informed Englishmen that Now South Wales, owing to her policy of Free Trade, is behohind Protectionist Victoria, The English people evidently take this state mont with more than the proverbial grain of salt, for the leading London newspaper says that Mi'. Norton's utterances are clearly influenced by political considorat...

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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 October 1886

''·':M~`~`~:M~ TO BE RED.D Protestant A1IancO m et Oct: 11 ii G· No. Ito, ,.1.4 :i ~t11f1 tjdr, 4, at. 7,70.. No, 140,1,0.. j:, ooAthir 1t4i1 At 7.4U 1(tt l~onq of 'frz tijiinco, No. 27, nicole Oct. 0.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 October 1886

'a.er'8 & G6 '(dei 8erS B 11r Y ANDERSON & CO,'S SEEDS. FOR ALL CROPS GENUINE & RELIABLE, ASK YOUR STOIIEIKIEPEIIIS FOR TIIHEM, AND) SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. ANDERSON & C00., SEEDSMEN AND) PLANT MERCHANTS, 218 & ~218 PITT STREET. 7-7-80 JOHN RITCHIE, SiIP? AN)D CO03IMISSION AGENT, ANII COLONIAL PRODU9liJE MEIlCIIINT, Onluclonian Wharf, Sydney. Strict Atontion given to Roeturns. 7-31-81j-y "Disense(] Naclltle dflentimltes brooks forlh inl (ttanoo odrupltiolns."--Acti. SeIno 1. TO THE PUBLIC. SO)I1E pl'tients aufforing froti nervaes nnfee. '.? tio n l ,1'o afrlid fro1, shaorl Ibashl'tllr lless n,1tlInolles ty I'lIto .low AI,0r1x cvt1stilt. Ii ,u1clical IIll,-- lhtor IntlionItn Ilavo lotl the solI'-Ilo1.,'14 ,'JII nitd co1 l,,es whe, ii, Ihel cotinijltiig rooin, I(I nc0c.1rate1ly doencliho thl.ii' 4sypllrl'ti-tholir lI .t'1 <it f ll'e, ldlt hl th 1atur0o o. the l it sonho ti1 y luffeor frotm. Let noch po.,noti (he 01' inO) ilt qItietly dow...

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