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

P11TSIYTE RTAN. Serieces will ho eoiidizctcl In tino l'roibytoihnn Chunrchies on SuinnhIy inest by Inev. J. WilsonI in follows hmnbiroo, oft 11 non. 3Ciiioii nit 2.10. pln. "" Milita, at 7.:50 pan.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 15TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. OCTOBER 3RD, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 October 1886

tELIGIOU3. CIIUIOII OF ENGLAND. 15TIO SUNDAY AFINR ITRINITY. OCTOIBR Min, 1688. jIen wn'. J. Done will coinlnel Divine Rrrvire on Sunda y no t in the Chnreh of lingiond clnroIheb on fIoIIOw Cllirir Clhurclh, 8100Wa, ot. 11 onm., loilwiog P'oycr Chiefo Chulrrhl, 7.11 paln.--1r~ivening 1'niyer. Meteien neill beo eorilolncte in 81w Clooch of Tl.ingonit C'hiricii it Tinimiero and A llohiobou by the lRev'. 1i. Ciiefoid, no anidip IIxt on foliows Mriiborblllnoot it 11 n.n. Jioiiiieroo, it 7 pot.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 October 1886

The Best Snvings Bank. LAVERTON. The New and Modeli Suburb of Mel bourne. 'rlo Fnvoourio ndl Mosnt Succesesfl Investnentc of the Day. Banks inny lBrcnk nnd Pllblio Colnpnieos Conso to Prove IHCt ineIIIortive, ohni Land in the Suburbs of Melbourne rises higher every day. The most successful men of the Age are those who have purchased land in the suburbs of Large Cities. As witness the ENIO;..OUS FORT'UNER. REAISED throuigh tho P'URCIIASI" 01F LAND none Loldon, Now York, Chiungo, niil other largo cities inl EnIglalldl stil Amnlierica. The samo thing is ahleady ropealing itself il Austlrlina where LAND IN T'IllE SUBURBS of MI'LIOUINII ntl 'SYDNIS'NY a'ln IN ORIEASED IN VALUI 000 PEIR CENT. withinll th Inst fw 'ryes. Tilei Agents havoe liich pIlasure in drawing nttention to tlho notiiticiion icleolly nlintti by Ith, Ittilwny Colinissionoras tlit tlhe Suhrliban talditis lies beeo extended to WVruillec, on the' lMlbopirno and Geelong railway linu. As tIbi inctludes SLAVERTO N, those who h...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUTRAGE IN THE EAST INDIES. MASSACRE OF A SHIP'S OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 October 1886

U,0TPASE Th IN IRE EAST INDIES; MA)i?sso?,i di1 A B/ ll!?,"0fi or1ir: i. .'NTIer,AteiI, NOIf a llnlssnoro of a I?iot ri. v? inig Inaturo of j portion of th; arow of the o Ik Oaln Jton ]h)as ,jush Iln rcolvivd by thi rolativao? of tho' sconod oni ineer of that ,atonmor, who ro;ido,i rl?;rt.Ghingew, It appoarsn that h: flak Ont.atoli, uhdgr th)In Lcomiian(ul of Oapt~r 1lptndson, plte'il?woun ,l'ounang a)d Ololkh, a ton cliyns vbynio, The uwl""oond onghli"r, ?iho wan,unnaleo tlirough Iu'i,,hintlposioio to joinh th? noaitnrr'n;l' P?imuig, wan convi yoad to tihe hoptpi.l iln thu plauu Jiori' he 1ubsn blonuty riuosidvid ti'h nerws of .',t fat of th ontolnr.aru\ lie anurilc\ . , h oli h ol 0 : untnI, itoc 'uin, in uhl rtuI d 1 iy hu .4,u 1 UritVi'iniiO it, "Io I, UOiiVOys thuIA :.': i t r Udllt ' .p. DA tWh ,..thhll?i?tg setIIlul.,u tup r ·,': ' ? "\ ? wheire thi natiteas anthr t) D.utch ncre at war. :As thie sI'IIIIVr was ,e aring her dcstination shlle was aiurrIlntull'od Iy tine'r junks,...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 October 1886

T~'ERt .1 A N. h'etvteeR wilt 1w -~utt~ltttt Iar thu Wes~lrnya C~,lr, Lutnu out 13uuutny uuext, to f~ttowocr I~ltuuna, at. 11 i.1iit.-ltev. J. Vt. Itrwnl .ttIttltrttluto. Itii na l~n.-7nItr. ~V. Jttitwt togotuut t tt t.ttt.--.Jtt. J. tttttt~udgt

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DISTRESS IN LABRADOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 October 1886

$4*' TI-E^lkSTRL^ fLjA AOB. Tr? ' !a;olitudes of Labrador (says the S aily News ") are likely to be reiflrled ! ';i; e desolate by a cailamity unpairlleleled in i the history of the frozeinOorth. Tho Lab. rador summer has proved aP failuih. The itrow and ice have comnodowin liefore their i tim, and a whole population of hunters.an'd fishlermen are hIepnied in, and starving :to " deat), Tho most shocking reports are cur rent; tho Indians are eating their dead as ': fast as they perish, and the Eskimo appear *"' to, be disputing with them theii disgusting iioal. I'nimIenase masses of ice have come "','ilown with the Arctic current. The HIud s, son Bay Strai is frozen-an unpredecented 0- occurrence at this season. The whole east S coast is locked with icoeergs, and a recent Sfall df snow has had the ollect of welding thel? together in one solid mass. The in. terior is, therefore, cut oil' from tle sea as vith a Wall, and the routes by which the Shunters usually reached the coast are al...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 October 1886

C:ONO1Ur\TOArTIOA CHTURChI, GIJflIITSCION~. '11wl Ilev. 0. UhgIw~Lyr l comlluct8 auvccaorvice ev Ry ULRIRR ilvrinoiigog, ii i vIii.l viiid V pi.l I'l'ily ~ait~ll iiriiiolU tlvii. thlu vorurllr~oiweivyiizco thy fio~tri illsl iii i~liiv /II flhieh vliiivviivs) cviiiviz wlu~thvi will 1i1ii i

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 October 1886

rE 0 0 TO~ilIND ha ones or more aum FlrANCIS W0LhflJA III) Solicito~r, ID:6~?~I~:; 'Mnulnhug.alr~uu Kinmne, Ki~nia~ Gas Company (Liniited~;. N Ol~lOIW .Iwr·oiiy. givonl thn(her f10 lal' hsohllyoracith yev Ct: piuiu'illC he··ldo liirn than Councul Cheanheir, I~hittie irtt.7.80' 1)1,10, O1l lrU IISDAY, h0td: hInt, iUy oirdeur o' theo UIelral ol' Dircelnre,· JAMltI SOi~ilalhrI(hIha,, Mee'erinry, idth Oct,, 1880:i~ · . . 0.0.80'1, FRAN?CIS. WOODWARD, SOL 0I T' O R, , Mannine-street, Kiama. OFFICE? lately occupied by Mr. J. W. May. 10?6 80. A GRAND , BALL, WII,L BI' I IEID IN. .arrington Hall, Albion Park, IN ASIt (II', I (1 Alblon Park Convent School, UN 'IIDU.\Y 15'ri C0'I'U5BI1., Gocod rnici procicled. Tickets: Siggle, 4e; Dblnie Ga. G. TIlIBS, JuN1n.,: 10.6 86.2. clio. See. SON'S FREE ENTERTAINMENT IN TII . Temperance Hall, Kiama, Oct' Friday evening, October 8. Onflicers from iSydney and othere will c'ddress the meetlicg. Solis, duicletc, mucdic, &4. iy a largeo nu'mnbor.ofi...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 October 1886

NOTI"CE. R. I. O. KENDALL bas honn auhII1oridod. S to recoiv3 Acoounts ii oonnouotion with the KIAMA REPOR'TER, and his receipt will be suniciot?,?untoo. .SnjOn. S..MJR gti)I IJlluI SOIuir'I I ~-nl I VOlll~ iii ))' t I, ( I tnI1' UsRol,l U I(DtII flfl YoUIIRk sO rut, \Vyyrd 1Un u.v ytsslll y, oot,,tIligmIc a IBM, , lwl ai~odur Is Iossolln nil sissy Iso ssnssnssltsl s i nllII sisssssssslilssg sossissa 1158, Isolnrisills, hlliss slssgHstsost, as ~Issiiilsi~t'( HIitotistios 27thI sissit 'sir in Ilss Isslhsssvhss sisny~, A stluoIss toslls sl~is lll't hsss sofuotuis, sisitl silt cloistll QJ~Ps(stIsssnI olshll'ry Issltl trl'ssssssost WvIsIs sss' Issous wis nv I Its cissly isl I -Au tv, 11.8.811

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 October 1886

o ZLQ; C· I A L.· ~flurva -Larga snp~dua* -to han~d duriiy h~iiool7-ri fair deiiinld . f~liutte, etpi ii .....n li,.,,,. , ii .. 1 o ii 1 1 .Ic~te'ln, each .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, '0 8 ii ,, .1 iaa Ic~tide ,,,,,~.~,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,~,,, ,,,,, 0I cI~ l~ *a ,, a ii ]laolk, par baeial.,..,.,.,.., ii a ul,,,~u a' i pall ieuu.,,,, ..,, .~~.,. ...,,...., ii . iir ,,ly'aO i Cl'ic~n le~·, per pa,,.,....,,.,.,,,,,,,,,, a 4 a ,, a, 'a 0~l hIackee(F par ladr...,,;,,.:,,,..... ii ii,,., 'Cii 6 QIII ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 0 7I!IH 0IVI e1 0'1.11;1 11 8 ~/WH1(L1I~O ~ ~ 080 ,,I 01110(I1I1(( ~ U .· Uataiber, 1840l·,.I,.,, ,,,,,,, ng i r:o(

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 October 1886

,`,HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS. CnoHsuinp1livo pnlioents nro ni visi'd liy a pupil of Lielber, in tleu. Apollthet VIYrdi, ,to live in rnojgili' wlioro (ioie or; ,two driiulmi, of mtllphllr. iro 'mieltedl oil a Iotl T tetovo, 'l firslit J U ldaey' hlrinl. incrleasing couniigh liid lrilttitln', then thuose c?ao, anid tlh pIltinlt iiiiirovos rapidly. The Ci'ciinflii Inquifrer Iie s1poibhli for hiis Rtiry, which 'ellU ii to lio 'A' ltPioin il couinci. drnce to lie anloiltoly trie'ilohenl tile Black alinwk war wal hluin uoiinu lliihin' iilitiiaicUii paniioi proff-eledl their ,vt, liri . wo unintlidit Were Bent by Genural W\Villtild Scott 'to Dixoln Illtlinoi to inuntor thlu nuw 'ildieiurH. (One of tlite liiiitoniuts wam a vury. faciaiilhing' y'yung oi'nn f unsy mannriit au nu iltib lispoiiHilIitioni Il111 otlio was elqililly ploneanl liut cixtrlliely ailelit. -Oil the morningli wlelln the liuilutf'wnii to! Iluo Illce, a tall. gawky, Hlih l ei iel, liIniil yilll il mI1ni, (Ii'LHW dhllin C Io't ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 October 1886

Two years ago an Aflstrahlisian Sanitary Conferenlce was hold in Sydney, a!lnd dela gates from the several colonies took counsel logetler as to tihe lbst intans of dealing effectually. witb l diseasis that are alrealdy prevalent amnong ls; anld of provolting the entrance into this country of (pideCmic diseases froma distant parts. In this con fnernco attetioll was donlinled entirely to forms of disease peculiar to the huuman sub ject, Ihu there is at present sitting in tlhe 'nlat.ropolis a conlf(,ence i vlmhose olbject if to inquire inlto tilhe disoases whiblh allb't stock in this country. This Australasianl Stock (onfloerend, which is comlposoed of inspectors of Stock froml the various colonies, is busily engaged disoussing tho diflfroent diseases to which stolck in tlhose colonieso are liable, and devising Inomeasures of prooaution for exclud ing from our ti;rritol?y thoseO forms Of di.tease a hIich have caused such( dl(vastation in older counltries, Itut whlich fortunately have n...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN IRISH RELIGIOUS DIFFICULTY. A STORY WITH A LESSON. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 October 1886

AN IRISI REIGIOUS . DIFFICULTY; A STOliTY WITr A LEsSON. An extraordinary case of religious intoler aice is (says a correspondent) reported from New Ross. ]Mrs. Daulhiy, of London,. be ilig desirous of perpetuating tihue uicanory of lhec fatler, the latu General Olayton Brown, diterminedl on erecting a fountain as the Ibest m|6de of effecting hlr olject. She presetedl the fountain to the Towin Counmissiomners of New Rtoss for the purpose of having it crcted in that town, wlheiru heur deceased father ihad heen so long known. -The coin mnissioners accepted it, and thanked her. for tIhe gift. WVlheen sending over the fountain Mrs.Daubeny also' forwarded a number of copi|:s of St. John's Gospel. 'A few of these were tliken Iby the townspeople, and 'aboiut 00 ~bpies, constituting.thu balance, were fer turnel, with a curt note fromn the chii'nman, of thu Comnuissionors, to Mrs. Daublmny; At the next meeting of the Biard thi ecation on tile part of the clhairnln was dondemned;d but acting,...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 October 1886

-- STINGS T\O BE ~IELD~ 7'mtr'tnau AInlP nrrte APt~ r. Ut. itt 7:. 2'o. Itt, L.OX.., tliipd.. Opt. ta itt tA. h'u. tar, ILW.L., ,uoptr h.tv. 1. it t.l. Pouta of 11Pcopimuooi, No. 117, jttteto O)~t. it.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 October 1886

Fcarmers & Gardeners ANDERSON & CO.'S SEEDS. FOR ALL CROPS GENUINE & RELIABLE. ASK YOUR STOREKEEPERS FOR TIthoEM AND SAVE .DISAPPOINTMENT. ANDERSON & CO., SEEDSMEN AND PLANT MERCHANTS, 216 & 218 PITT STREET, 7.7-i7 JouIN RITCHIE, SHIP AND COMMISSION AGENT, AND, COLONIAL PRODU2CI1 MIIRCIIANT, * Cnluetonini Wimar, Sydnoy. Strict Attention given to Returns. 7-31-86-y " wisenoed Nnlinc lftl imiH breIik+1 forth in ItraIuiL ruptiol's."--Atiii, (ene 1. TO THE PUBLIC. 0lli p?athinin sufferinig fomU eII, rvouls axfft:}.O ti( 11. I.le a 'raid frou I hoIer h asf'l 'll l HII lInteso nlld ll de 0ty to Iull. Ni . (( 1,?1'(. 1 ltl lf Inlil'HH. 11t -- o her paix entls have 11oi thel rc.il.posl,:.ssi.on11 Iinil i'oiiii dolibn, ltl iouln~lu' YIIJ'll -Ii Isnfou aild ('1oolne tll wi?nv i tI e' :nsulll.i l1n 'roo , 'iolll + h41iIs of life, luul the nixtlure oI" the disoante tIe y suiter fralol. Let 811h p0r0Hsl (lwe or she) sit qI iit1ly dowii illn lJo plhixncr or...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 October 1886

.fUHa1Jev(lU it. . ItStpan. It.~rr ?,ZIIJ pin.~ll:cl I1 ~u Imb~rlu lllr)

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 16TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. OCTOBER 10TH. 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 October 1886

R EL IGIOU UB LflUlCIl 01? ENUCANIJ. l0ril t'NSI)A'? AIFI'EI JIllN I'V.· 'JIm) heyv. J. flono will emmimdmiit D[lvilm tHervlmn oni Hinimlmm :pOxl. Im1 Illmi Ulmimrmli mm: IlClnimd (liilii.'ll~(r me tmmlhmw: CImm·int. ('lm'mmlm~, 1ICImmImmI. ll 11)II i . mIIm'mll~mg 1'mmmYmmF 1?enivcmm iii1l be meoimlitmlrem I ti llm (lmimiml mit Etmtlii~mtrl CDlmmmlmmer~ mit dl,Blmmtmlmrm mimm Hleltmclllmulmm' II 11mm' Ilmy,1 II. Um1mmmmim, elml f11mmmlmmy I1.\I1 mmml fmm1mm1\'m Jlmmri1-m'mmil, t )1 .1mm.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Tuesday, 12 noon. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 October 1886

TELE(CIAPHI0 INTELLIGENE, . (Fnomi oui owS COflmiiCSI'OSI)N r.) SYDNEY. Tuesday, 12 noon. In tile Assembl, the second reading of tie Governmlent Railways Bill was muoved, The proposed portfolio of Illinister for Railways has been withdrawn, three conm. missioners to lie appljointed isteald, the chairmian to get £3000 a ynear, lthe other two £2000 a year eachl. Tile debate was ad. journed till Wednesday. Two pcrsolis, accused of frauds in tile Lands Departeaent, were reimanded for a week. Frapk Roderick, aprisoner in'tlhe (ouT! burn gaol, hunlg himself with hiis braces. The Iltoereoloni' Stock Conference o'yes: torday considered the qucestiotis of noxious plants, and the introduction of stock into the colonies. T.oday tile rabbit question will be lIroillt forward. A inan:hlas been arrested on thie Bellinger River ;'holii supposed to be Ralfery, one of (lie Great .Barrier Island muriderers, and landed on tile coast in the 'cutter' Sovereign of lthe Seas. Bonnb's produe' Ptores at Oran...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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OUR MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 October 1886

A'i OR2 MISCELLANY. Ovoer 2?0,000 rabbits were killed ini the olony laet month. There are betoween 800 and 600 unemlployed in Brisbane. Nineotoeen Moonlighters have boon arrosted in the countsy Kerry. Bench ise been aconsed in the London Slporteman of funkingl frotm ilanlao. Nelson, \Walilace Ros, 'I'onoer, Leo, andt nine othersi will compoto in the Welsh Harp Sculling HIandicap. Rleusmeia's monace to Bulgaria have provoked a warning from the Huugarian Premrlir. T'he scholroner Clyd le has gone ashoro at Croiecllea, Now Zealand. The crew are miles iug. The Now South Wales railway receiOipts amounted to £529,041 for the quarter, being a docreaeo of £71,819. A lady hlorsowlippled a soelf-styleod pr~foessi' at tile Rodforn railway station, ons Wedneuday morning. Thie French Chalmbeor lhase beeoon informed aby ctounittoe tliit the penal sottlotnent in thu P'acilio is fully osenopied. An intfurliated crowd recently lynclhel the wvold.be aesarsinof the President of UrJuguayr America. Tite...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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KIAMA RIFLE ASSOCIATION. [Communicated.] [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 October 1886

XIAMA RTIPL ASS'OIATIONT. , [Loteininuicited,] Tir. mnonthly eomlpetition in connootion with this assocuiation took pince on tihe loroul Iamo on Wedoeday last; theure was alds a marriod and singlo match boetwon theniombors,, tihe stakli at issue heing that the losing teamn should rI)ny fdr n? eoxolloet Iuch, which iwas served upin tlhe gr.nd, a0u (aeainteod very iamterially .:to make the meetingl( one of the maosticttoroenting .i'ld enjoyable tlt hiasn boona hIld upbn theo rimi·cr.. 2,Thie married v, sitnle match proved :n. vly. oloe anid excittimg ,ono, the nieul imen took thle lead at the itrs..ronmal, which they maintahind until near the close of the maltcl, whoe amlidet a glld hdel of oxcitniont, the mnrri inl mu ll gained Ugradually and dctetmiti.e dly iponit their olipoents, snd finally wino Il"? l points; The werith?e gireril libevourable'll for hilih noemintl, thero heoll a hld'light and pully wild, req'qirming thoe umltnio~ skill and jidgliontet to Lcopi with the dillieulti...

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