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FUNERAL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 July 1886
FUNERAL SERVICE. IN the Wesleyan Church, Manning Street, on Sunday last the Rev. Dr. Kelynack preached morning and evening to very large congrega- tions. The evening service was a special funeral one in commemoration of the late Miss Black, and the Rev. Dr. preached a most eloquent sermon, taking for his text John ix. 4 "I must work the work of Him that sent me, while it is day, for the night cometh when no man can work." The preacher applied the duties laid down in his text to the life of the deceased lady. From her early consecration, to mature age, she had engaged earnestly and continuously in collecting means for the spread of the Gospel in the islands, and when her life work was ended, though eager to be gone, she was yet submissive to the Divine will. The deceased had entered her eightieth year, and was born in the county of Fermanagh, Ireland. Under the preaching of the Rev. Matthew Stuart, she found that peace in Christ and his love which was the ruling power of her life. Sh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 July 1886
An ((aime\'01ll0' F1,WOHI l,-ItOl' 11'0(11 uItciu )I)inoIIIIU Iiir thul ori tilIct o~l (1111 11(1111(1 lotgtou wllynpoprcoa giotwin g nod ticitiua p~lnll~p icH IL 1 ptt o I, 1 1w l t151(111(10 1 Yt o kCuwt'higi 1(1Io (11 ton lto 1((1 (1 Ii tc iiioutti, oooutouiy 1(j) oPI 1,11( gllot. nu11~nU gotr (I 1.JHul ci , oP 0 Aniw li'owu I',-A \\'co'tdl)~lt'noulo~l lal )11 ltl tiuli t I Iciltoit(I U 11'1) ''lHit liittiintt guru 1 tiulIniciottoitu 't't cr lo llll Hi o oitri iyC~nll~1 nlr )(~a~lsl~~tflN rcl218(1 A WOMAN'S SUFFERINGS AND GRATITUDE. A Voice From Austria. NEAR the villngo of Zilli;gdlorf, in Lower Austria, lives Mlaria -lans. an inltelligent nildl i,(llistrinoun woman, whose story of physical snffering and final relief, as 'elated b113 h' sel, is of intere'st to English woinon. ' 1 was ?"m pIloyed," soin says, " in the work of a large farlmhousc. Over work broight on sick hnad nche, follIowd bIy dcnlt lily failntinlg tlnd sick. nose of the stomlallch, untiil I was usbllle IV oetal...
WHY MEN SMOKE. (St. James' Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 July 1886
WHYXv MEN UWi SMOKE (SI. ,lumnei.' Gc?a/ile.) No dtoubit Ilih'e ar1. ien who smokii itt'oly lIocnllsu lthy like it ; It th;lu, mass of suiokulis riogard ' mlolking f'rom tii higiher s/tallpoint of dihty. If ouir fImmahi rilamitives couklI under stIand how rurally we fEcl thui in ijustic of their inu(andoos, the€,y would out; out their tongnes i'llc' than/ii say anothr thoughtlless word aloul; tobacco, It is hit/or to a man naitui'ally of aii opn ihispositioi, to inav to iill;rodu ilco anothrll' Iio of CO.ahlin.s to tihle hoisio ielllloItIh hins ovircoiti ; lntiag eCIari'(ohIsly o'velr his ar'Im1Vh, whe hit kI|ow\V thatL it is re.alJy for his wifE's sake tIIhalt hi really smokes at iall. Sheu uoml pais thi prioi of thioso cigar's, Imakinig no aiIIlowancV( for' their llav'ou'r, with tih sums oxpoiihod on the chiiihhi'.s pint fores and schlool bookts,. Ah, if shu only kLnw Witih many man smoking is miroely a mnattcr of trl'mn lltuit. O(wing to a lck of p l'op, ii'viisiol wcci quirci ih...
SWORN TORMENTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 July 1886
SWORN TOMR ElNTOUE, ilAnlsosoN AlsswonrI'i introduces into ono of his historical novels a character known as the "swoirn tornl'llltor," who is the boon companion of the executioner. At the present lday we still have persons of this kind among us, although they are not recog nised by the State. Leaving asideo eases of wilful brutality, such as wiveos ill-treated by druntken husbands, children starved by cruel paroents, and animals tortured by callous ruffians, thereo is a great deal of tor menting done in a quiet way. The lower classes have by no means the monopoly of this art. The only dillernceo is that the tormentor of high degree prefers inflicting mental rather than physical torture. A country squiro is often an adopt at this sport. lie is monarch of all he surveys, the villagers troemble at his nod, and oven the vicar becomes mock and submissive in his presence. There are certain subjects bb hich are to this potentato as a rodl lag to a bull, and his pale, anxious wife feebly t...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 July 1886
WISLlEYAN. narvIOes will b Collducted in the VWeloyan. Clhrch, on Sutulay noxt, as follow": 1(iKina, at 11 na,.-llov. G. It. Glasson 1ev;. G. It. Ghlnaimn will conduIt servico at Ilr. Noblw'", Saddleback, on Sunday next at 2.30 p.m. I Gerri'onng, at 7 p.m,--Rev. G. It. Glaseon .Jnltbrou at 11 an.--llov. R.W. Orton Olt Place nt 2.30 p.m.-RIov. It, W. Orton Kia:ma, at 7 p.m.-Rttv. 11. W. Orton Lay Sorvices. ( errinC u, at it a.mI.-Mr. C. Cousins lam'l o at 7 p.m,--Supply SiJ rhour, at 11 n,m.-?Mr,. u Cornford L and at 11 a.m.-Mr. J. lRutledgo
[?]S ABOUT FACES. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 July 1886
(uONTur N Ue|.) lo, however, our only interest lies l h:says about faces. Tile first il a face, according to this man, is 1.t he calls harmony-the impression (and ;, insists on first impressions) of the whole 'The next in ilportance is the careful ob-, servance of two lines, which, he believes, constitute a key to the whole face, or ratheor character. Suppose we look at ia profile the firstlino is that of the lips inward towards the cheek ; the second is the line described by the eyelid over the pupil. In passing, it may be said he has no cosy method of judging to recommend, but insists upon high attainments in drawing as absolutely noces sary to give a sense of true harmony and l power correctly to transfer a face to paper for after-study. ]foe advises the intending physiognomist to acquaint himself with faces drawn by the great painters, and him self classifies with rapidity, and, in great variety, at least thirty of the masters (of all nationalities), with what truth it is for ot...
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 July 1886
C( NGCO.(AT'I'IONALT CIIURCII, EnOIn?NoNO. Theo r\. G. lleighwav conducts sorvice' every Siiniday na follows: (Gerringong, at 11 am, anid 7 p.n. [T'lheo editor.requosts that the varioius clorgy mon ohf tihe distriut will forwarld anoonoln onts of services to Io hold fromn time to timeo in theoir IIchrche.s, which niotices will in all oases be insolrted gatis.' The Kiama Reporter. -ii PUhlLSlIIED EVERY WrYDNESDAY AND SATURDAY tDOIlNING. W .DN.SDAY, JULY 21., \\EDI?ESDAY, JULY 21.
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 July 1886
OOMMEROIAL. South Const and \Weet Canlion Co-operative Company (Limoited), Cotmmercial Storos, Stuesox-street, Sydney. Below we give detailed quetLtionl : £ H. d. . R. id I llter, let, per lb........ 0 2 0 0 2 0 Separated ditto......... 0 2 3 0 2 4 Bacon, rlb....................... 0 0 0.0 Lard, per lb.......... .. 0 0 5 0 0 7 Clee ditlo ................... 0 0 8 0 0 .9 Tl'allow, per ton............ 17 0 0 17 0 0 Calf Skiins,eacth ......... 0 0 0 0 9 Pige,, alive, per lb......... O 0 4 0 O 0 Calves, each ........ .. O 8 0 1 8 0 Ilides .............. O 0 3 0 0 8 Maize, ier lushel......... O 4 0 3 5 Oaon u lay icer ton...... 7 0 0 8 0 0 Lucorne Ilay, per ton... 5 10 0 ; 0 0 Pottioes, per ton.......... 4 5 0 5 0 0 Fowls, per pair............ 0 3 3 0 3 6 Ducks, per pair........... 0 1 0 0 5 0 G eese, pji pair ............ O 5 U 0 7 U Turkeys, per pair ....... O U 0 0 12 0 Eggs, per di ont.......... U 2 0 0 2 2 July 19, 188i6.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 July 1886
ANYTHrIN that tends to spread physical or moral dlgineracy throughout the colony calls imperatively for remedial legislation. No class of th'e community should either be or aplear to be without the protection of the law. The good of the commonwealth in all its parts has always been the aim of every legislator worthy of the name. A medical member of the Assembly pointed out the other evening that in the conipotition of life ple who are stýong gravitate to healthy trades and those whlioare weak to unhealthy noes. T'e casso.of the latter cannot. safely be overloLei'd nodl it is, we presume, with the view of remedying existing evils that the Factories and WVorkshops' Bill has bron introduced. The olbject aimed at by the measure is to provide for the regulation and stpervision of females, young persons and children employed in factories and work >,sllops. Tile second reading of the bill was moved by Da, RtINwroei on Friday last, and was agreed to ahnost without discussion, Members of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 July 1886
A lHot?.LY G Iti.-W-\ nA mIa by us a fow weeks ago. lcer cimnplexion was as rough ? a rhioeero and nod s mottled Ias ansRge inoat, her aye s dtll mnd heavy, and her lips every colour blt red. Recently we saw thoe smo young lady, but how diflerent ! Her icomplexionl is as clanr anld na delianloes s IreIl'lin, her lips twin cherries, her eyes briguht na dew dlelrops. YX:t all the difloerenr li?s inl a rectilied coodition of the blod to accomplish which she used ULr. B]ell's IBittere.-Ad v. MiTIISS A. IIILI4I will rucUivu MUSIU . PUPILS nt Santly \Whi, Uilrilllgonig. 7-7 8(-: BOARD & LODGING. ACOMFORlTABLTLE 110.1 withll tio ulnor. . sig nud for three iesp.ullilille 0iton. MAl. A. SMIT.l', 77--8(1.1 Matllinig Str'ot. PUBLIC NOTICE, TiO to inhabitance of Kiunm nluld surruundiing district. Call on 1GE011 G 1311O WN, Contral Nows Agency, and inspHot the Plann of Cluonliuld Townshiip. 7.14.81. j E Q U I S 1 T I O N. TO GEORGBE SOMLIiVILL1I, I?SQ., J.P., . ,AYOIIt OtF KIAM1A. WE, th...
NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 July 1886
NOTES: O TIfE .DAY. Gaoroov is a deep and interesting study, and a lecture on that sulbject by a publicly recognised teacher of the solence calnnot but attract attention in whatever connection it mayhave been delivored. Mr, G. S. \Vil kinson, the Government Geologist, gave a lecturo on this subject a few evenings ago before a Sydney Association, in the course of which lhe pointed out that tile earth itself is the oldest historical record that we pos sees. "' The Bible record," said he, " takes us back.to the days of Adam, andl does not give an account of the earth's history be yond stating that in the beginning God cre. ated thei heaven and the earth, and mcen tioning the order in which the creation pro. coded, The book of nature takes us further back a few millions of years, and gives a de. tailed account of creation." Every natural object speaks silently but eloquently of periods long gone by. A piece of common blue metal inl our streets tells us of that subterranean heat which ha...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Saturday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 July 1886
TELEGRAPHIO INTELLIGENEiTW, -: (1: (msOuou OnI ow counESI'ONIx?IN.) SYDNEY, Saturday, 4 pm, ,::. The loan has eeon subscribed throo times; over,. at an average price of £95 T7s. Tuesday, 11 tim,. The Minister for Works and the Attornoy C?enral leave for (.undagai to-night to opeui the railway. An epidemic exists among horses ath Coolong Station, caused by feeding on ensilage. A largely attended noisy meeooting at Paddington approved of the recent action of the Assembly. Neild's resolution was carried by a bare majority. Shepherd was the only cem hber present. The steamer Port Pieirio leaves Plymnoutl' on Thursday with a full compliment of inl' migrants. Latest :Eastern news received at Coock. town states that a Dutch steamer has ben( attacked by pirates, and after murdering several of the crew they looted the vessel and lashed up the captain and his wife. At a meeting ot the creditors of A. G. Ascher, importer, liabilities wore shovwn to be £14,337 ; assets, £15,8.18. Walter lMelros...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 July 1886
LOdAL AND GENE1RAL NEWS O)'ioNNILL, the Kinmbrly oxpilorer, says thnt thor are from 00 to 70 man io thlu luHod gutting good gold, lH'NIt T'oos91e has r'signod hip ,appointanent na n0ptai- ' ufoe.. Morainy'' iRdrvo Corps of V itlltn oorll lllrti ... r I f" .n 8os uloholmts al'o nadvortislag that they will not add l thi dtlaes to thoer, prIues. Fancy i ohoihlsat puttting oi lao par cont. whon his oustomary praoflt Is naout 00 , I Tn Cus Otoms ? otor's in the Northarn Taorr tory salhowr that thu COhlineso lpopu)tlinui oontrl. btto only .14 per h ?pr nnunan to thu ruvuluu, whil the Europeans ountrlbuta £20 puar olid lior iannum, J.h linf n1ia(s (8i for thu loll-tax by payihng loss taxon tlla hiis Eui roplan follow suo bjaut. 1'nI'c fonndationaiHono of the new 'olaw In ll, at Wollongnwg, wavsn Ihli oa 1li'iy last by Ml ra. Wlloy, wi'o oft the ~l??lyor, nll the pruasotio of it largs ansomhlago, The iMayor, In hls addrans, dwel on the progress Ianllu by tllhe town nll distrolt within the l...
INTERCOLONIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 July 1886
INTEROOLOIAL -NOT10. T'ho 1lolbourno 'Trades Hfll Coenoll on ridany night recluivod ill, haoort, a dologato from tioa Sydney ]hliiaololcovrH' Sooluty, who lni beforeo tIh Councll Itheo ono of the brhik. mnleorH on etltke in Sydney, The Connull panHod a vote of synmpathy, and recomI enOOed tbho nlllliatnd uoolello to give what, pioluinry sueourt thoy oofld to the Syodney worlcman, liohurt Nilholl, a young non of Clinon (V.), line Ahot i flox wlhirF moIeanro 4ft.rolll theo tip of the ,o tho the Und t ofie taill. 'Thlu native tribes tIht hlave lot roeltive? by the volcanido oruptione in Noew Zoelmid purpIIo ptltiloinng the UnvIrniell t to " Itop" lil tho ,colllry IbOtweOin Moult ldgooutho la lid T''a 'orn-in otlhur worlds, thult ot a ill uIn11i0 lIllig eho.li' ie I llowed to ?utl r it, i!l'h. Salvoliin Auy l1V h ulove l d It I quarry at ':talmlr bury.(\r.), Th'11J l h1ns holihn 0 , H buIl 0Il 0lbHeOll Oncio llo10 i veI l t1 Ill the joutin of the wacrrinoreawlho vow Lheoy will ohl hold ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 July 1886
,AUSTIAIAIAN MJUTUAL It'OVIDl?NT - W?SOCcIETY. Eslablished 1819. For Lifo Assurance on the Mutual Principle. The oltest Australian Mutual Life Ofice, and the only one distributing profits yearly. lelnd Oflice: 87 Pitt-street, Sydney. DIRECTORS : John TI. CGoodlet, Eeq., Chairuman. lsane Ellis Iv's, Esq., M.L. A., Deputy-Chnirnnan. ,InJamnes It. lairfax, Esq. t'.l'he ln. Sir John l laiy, K.C.M.c., M,LO. J. P. Abbolt, Esq,, AM.L.A. 1I. A. MIurny, EIsq. Chief Medical Officeor: Dr. W. F, Mackenzio, L.R.C.P. (Edin.) AcrnArY: j Slcrr.Tnv. TlorricoA.BlaclcF.T.AI Alex, J. 1Ralston, NEW BlJSINESS of 18815. 11,257 Policies, assuring £1,01,0211, with Neoi Premiums of £152,627. Divisible Surplus of the year 1885 .....:C278,177 Policies in force ..... .............70,000 (Assuring (with bouts additions)...£2S,000,000 A mnual income.............. ..01.... 210,000 Accumulated Funds.....SIX MILLION sterling. ThIe distributions of profit take pla,'o yearly, and btn,uses vest when policies have boon ...
WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 July 1886
WIT AND HUMOUR, Vanrious nro the opinions oentortainiol about the cause of the appjearance of lproemature grey hairs. Some assort that they are hlreditary, while ilthers lmintain that they are'O aunsd by worry nod physical detorioratlion It matters inot what the real cause of their appoearanc is, they are unwelco visitors, and are not only regiallded as nuch by thile ladis, bt also by tile sternelr sex. We once kbnov a g?ntlell an., who owned ia hnlndinsoio pair of lduldrories of which ho felt Hollowhant proud, but alas, iraxoroablo tiime too proiatluriely undo a raid oil thlol with Ili floor dredge, andl onlled intoi roquinition the deft lingers of a youthfull wife to dissolve partnrhliip betwoeen tho silvor, nlill the gold tliroiid, unitil alas, thle nocoonity for the opera tion becalme tolo frequent; trhe once handsolle ldulildrelioe preollentd solewhllnt of the Oppear anice of. a forest with till the underogrowth re. iiov\'d. o Ishaves now, andll is nuolllOilltc witllcd by the l...