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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 October 1886
umnDEE S TO BE IEMLD. nrolrltnt Allinnce mrit Oct. aCT Rt 74. 13 Y I..1TOL., ,neta Nov. 0 x t I . o. 11i, LA.D.I., itleA , 1, at. 7..10 No. 140, L.O.L,, inLtOe NOv. 11 lt 7'.!0 p.m. 3uon of Teropen?uoe , Nu. 27, tinect Oct. 20.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 October 1886
Farmers & GTardeTers ANDERSON & CO,'S SEEDS. FOR ALL CROPS GENUINE & RELIABLE, ASK YOUR STOREKEEPERS FOR THEM, AND SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. ANDERSON & CO., SEEDSMZEN AND PLANT MERCHANTS,' 216 & 218 PITT STREET, -7-8a JOu HN.RIT CH IE, SHIP AND COMMISSION AGENT, : AND .COLONIAL PRODIUCE: .M IERCIIHNT, Caledonian Whnrfl, Sydneoy Strict Attention given to Returns. 7-31-80-y "Diseased Nntulo cftetilmllo breaks forth ith stransge orpti(oni."-Act iiil Soeee I1. TO THE PUBLIC. SOMR panlinhis nfl'ering ftroli nervous nftTeo i iolns are nfraid flrof ,elt heor Iashnlfulllose nlld tnodesty (o l'V?lSONALtY (soinllllt n iledicnl Innl--otlio, pIanliclts have nlot tie iol ol'f-po SHi IssI alnd coolitnss when ill the conlltmliilg rooil, to nccurnlely detioribo thuir s'ynlptol)ls-their lihalits of lifo, inld the naturo of tihe oiseaon thly suffor from. Let Rich persons (li1 o'r Islo) sit qliietlyL down in tihe privncy ol' thllir own Aparlilentle, anil with cn ll l...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 17TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. OCTOBER 17TH, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 October 1886
RI, ELI G o U °S. CHURICIL OF ENGLAND. 17Ta SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. OCTOBEIR 1i7I, 186. 'ho XTcv. 3. Dune will conduct Divine Servico ca Sunday 'axt in Uthe Church of Eugland churchej as followa: floly Communion at 7.0 a.m. Cuat LuChrchi, I tIn, at 11 a.m., Moranng Plrayet Chriat Church, 7.30 p.m.-Eccninia Prayer. t. (eotnec's, crrinugoulg, at 2.0 p.m. Crnwley Foreat, tat a.m.-Mr. It, 0. Kondall, Scrvlice will be conductedl La the Churchl of Englando .--Sturchlcs at Jtunboroo aud ShulhUarbot? by tho flv. N, Crilford, on Sunday next as tfolow b h Shellharbour, at it n.m. Jaumlbroo, at 7 P.l,.
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Thursday, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 October 1886
TELE1GRAPHIC INTELLIGETOE. (FRoS oUR owN CORRBSPONE?NT.) SYDNEY, Thursday, 9 a.m. The house divided at 2.30, the majority in favour of the Government being 24. Friday, 1 p.m. The Legislative Council has referred to a. select committee the Narrabri totloreo, Oul. cain to Corowa, Glen Innes to Inverelle Grafton to Tweed, Tarago to Braidwood,, and Gundagai to Tumut railway proposals,. which wore approved of by the Assembly. In the Assembly the greater. portion of: the time was occupied by proposals and ex planations, the business did not commonooe till midnight, when it was announced that, the Governor had given his assent to the various bills, among which was the Silverton, Tramway Bill. The Civil Service Act Amendment Bill was read a first time ; the second reading is fixed for Monday. Ther additional Estimates were proceeded with,. and were not got through till this morning,. Garrett and Shepherd were stonewalling the' whole time. The IIoush then adjourned ti,3 Monday. Stanley, the ...
JAMBEROO [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 October 1886
JAMBEBOO (FROM OUR CORRE8PONDENT.) TnUr usual meeting ,ot the M.I. & P.D. Society was hbld on Moiday night, the 11th instant, The special business for tho oven ing was a debate on " Cremation," not a very natural.following to the recent enchant ing scene of bewitching lovlinoss and radiant beauty, calculated, one would think, to in spire in the iiaginativo minds and tender susceptiblo hearts of our ardont debaters, ideas and sentiments the very antithesis of death and burial, However, whether attributlablo to tho effect of tho bare and sombro appearance of the hall after being denuded of the floral decorations; to the conspiouous absencu of the brilliant con stellation of youth and buauty that had so rucently adorned it; or to the vorsatile talents of "hon mombers " themselves, I cannot say, but certainly the visages of those present at the beginning of the debate showed every indication of a thorough and protracted study of the subject for disous sion, an omen that was full...
WESLEYAN SABBATH SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 October 1886
WESLEYAN SABBATH SCHOOL ANNIV'ERSARY. TnE annual picnic in connection with the Wes loyan Sabbath School was held at Kendall's beach on Wednesday last. The weather, though a little threatening occasionally, was grand. Ample arrangements were made, both in tent accommodation and provisions, for the entertainment of considerably over two hun dred children, as well as a goodly muster of adults. Ganes and sports were numerous, in cluding swings, a boat swing and a circular swing, and rounders and cricket. Several races were organised, both for boys and girls, and many weore the lucky winners. These were at intervals enlivened by the secretary indulg ing in a free distribution of lollies, and judging from appearances, both old and young continu ously and heartily entered into the spirit of the In the evening there was a very characteristic gathering assembled in the Wesleyan Chapel. The proceedings of the evening were comn menced with the singing of a hymn, and by the Rev. Mr. Orton offlr...
ILLAWARRA TURF CLUE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 October 1886
ILLAWAXMA Tim tLi AOES. FOLLOWIN? are the results of the above rames, which were hold at Jamboroo on Wednesday last : TRIAL STAKES. G. Woodward's Hopeful ... ... I J. Marshall's Rosette .... ... 2 J. Couch's Emperor .... 3 JAMBEROO PLATE. J. Couch's Noweoun . ... '1 H. Douglas's Blackbird ... ,., C. Bollotto's Village Maid.,, 3.,, 3 ILLAWAiRA TURF CLUB IIAND1OAPIV J. M'Oill's The Bass . ... 1 J. Couch's Dunmoro Maid .., 2 F. Hogarty's lHopefiold ... ... 3 IIACI HANDICAP. Silver Slipper ... ..... 1 Spider ... .. ... ... . FLYING HANDICAP.. R. Elliott's Pantaloon ....., 1 J. Stockton's Rose Antoros ... 2 W. Elliott's Roblo ... ... ... 3 ! FORUD HIANDIOAP. R. Elliott's Pantaloon . ... "1 D. Kollohor's Tambour Major ... 2
CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 October 1886
CONCERT. A CONCERT in aid of thetLKiama Oottage Hospital was given by Miss Kimber's music pupils in the Temperance Hall on Tuesday evening last. The body of the hall was well filled, but the back seats and gallery were not as well filled as they usually are on occasions of this kind. This fact, however, did not diminish the proceeds to any great extent, as the portion usually allotted for front seats was extended far into what is usually the back seat section. The programme was a very lengthy one, and was finished within a few minutes of 12 o'clock. Miss Kimber deserves-the highest praise.for the immense amount of trouble she took to make the entertainment a complete success. The decorations were most tasteful and ap propriate, without which that miserable barrack would look nothing. It is a matter for regret that the Temperance Hall Oom, mittee do not try to render the only resort of amusement a little more attractive and comfortable. Surely that wretched stage could be made more a...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 October 1886
LOCAL AND GENER1AL NEWS, Tun Rov. Father Riordon, of Kianma, we havo boon informed, has appllod for and ro coivod 12 montho' loavo of aboeono owing to ill hualth, and that bhio nocoonor laa arrived in Kiama. Tunl concort givon in the Tomporanuco Hll, on Taunday ovoning lant by Mien Kimbor'o pupils in aid of the Kiamna Ii?oapltal wanea groat ouccon?, and rollootod the groatosutoredit on that lady'n abilition. Soo full report in another column. A mr.TtNc ? will bo hold in the Tomporanoo Hall at half-paut two o'clook on Sunday aftor noon in connootion with the Briti?lh and Forolgn Bible Socioty. An addreoo will bodelivorod by th Revoy. I. T. Hill. Mootingo will also be hold throughout the dintriot during the wook. We havo boon inforiiiod by the noorotary of the. Euruka Raco Club that the annual rmaco which winor to ivo takon plao on Thurnday lout, but in con?equolco of the inollnuont woather woro pontponod, will cono olff to-day at Janmbroo, woneathr permitting, and that thoro' is no f...
OCTOBER 15TH. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 October 1886
Oorooni 15mT. ?oforo H. Connell, Enq., P.M. Petor Philmoro ploadod guilty to having wil. fully and obaconoly exposed his person in Tor relong-stroot Kiamts, on thoe 1th instant. Prisoner was ordered to boe imprisoned in Wollongong' gaol with hard' labour for one calendar month.
KIAMA POLICE COURT. OCTOBER 14TH, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 October 1886
SEIAMA POLICE COURT. I OOTOucR 14TIm, 1886. DIoSo H. Connell, Esq., P.M. Henry 3arnhamn and John Tasker pleaded gullt$' to being drunk and disorderly in Terra. long-street, Kiama, on the 13th instant. Ffined 10s or 24 hours in the Kiama lock-up. The same defendants wore charged with maliciously wounding. Constable William Miller, being duly sworn, stated that when he approhended the prisoners the night previous for being drunk and dis orderly, they knocked him down and malici ously destroyed his watch to the value of 10s. The defendants wore each ordered to pay Constable Miller 5s ; in default, 21 days hard labour in Wollongong gaol. The same defendants were also charged with assaulting the police in the execution of their duty. Constable William Miller, being duly sworn, stated: Last night about 20 minutes past 11, he saw the prisoners now before the Court, knocking at George Brown's door, the boarding house keeper; he told them to go away as the man was in his bed; defendants were...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 October 1886
HraiHt clnss dontistry nat lforin Prices. Arli flcinl 'Tloth, tIi'st QnI?Uity, Full Sot0, (uppnr nnd lower) £5. Mahnr l ll Irotlhnrs, Siirgon Dnit. isl., 1313 Elizabeth Street, HIydeo Prkl, Sydhoy, -Alnv. 8.28.86 y. l'hlo worlst forms of Fover. Prickly IIontl Smallpox, nnd. MenRloeins rapidly cored, by xl o rr,otttoi's tro'ntsrtOca emis, " It Hn.ud fitjy lift, I'or Iho fovor htd 'uihtnlitd a strotg hold on tImo."- 0. FPitzriterld, Correspuondolt of 1fiulheoslntr u,,nrdian, in Albanini. Almionlnt ndllianl te-. tlnnie y enclosed w;ll onch bottleo It is n curu for Choleorn' nd ninvinarriv? of most dioenes's incidont to 'ropicnl andr Uo'oniml life, Ita;lnays thlirst in a rmarkalble imnnll r ndlo cools nlld vitnlises hio blood, J. S. Purdy 1rng., writes. " I would rathor go short of anything than this novor.failing trnvollor's frllnd.--Adv. WaI't nabout starting houiksholoping oonsidorin IlIo ou)lht to Ir given no to wheri is the host ploco to get sopplles. If in Sydney, Butr; Itlio'rtic...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 October 1886
W ELEYAN. Sorloee will be eonduoteJ in the Weeleyln Chuohb, on unday next, as foUllows Mlama, at 11 n.m.--ler. C. Jones Kliama, at 7.30 p.m.--GIv. R. W. Orton Jambero, at 11 an.m.--Itov. It. W. Orton. Jamberoo, at 7.90 p.m.-Mr. T. IBolden Old Plaoo. at 2.0 p,i.--nMr. T. Ifolden Oerringong, at 1 a.m.--Mr. V. Jnames Oerriunonl, at 7.00 p.m.--Itev. 0. Jun00. Foxa rnnd, at 11 n.m.-Mr. W. Cornfordl, Slhellarbour, at II a.m.-Mr. D. Plnlayson. iRhelUtnrbour, at 7.30 p.m.-Mr. C. Counain larv. I. I. Orton will onduot sorvluoo at Mr. 0Nobla's, Saddlebaek, on Sunday next at 2.80 p.m.
THE KIMBERLEY GOLDFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 October 1886
'HE IUMBERBLE GOLDF?ELD,. IN consequence of a telegram appearing in the " Herald " on Friday, to' the ceiffct that considerable confidence was still felt in the Kimberley goldfields, Messrs, lT. O. Reid and G,. Schwerdtfeger, gold diggers, who have just returned from the Kimberley goldlields, called at the office of that journal, and gave the following information respcct ing the diggings :-They state that they left Melbourne to go to Kimberley on lthe 21st of June last. They arrived at Cam.. bridge Gulf on the 12th of July, and pro ceeded from that place to the goldfields, a distance of 300 miles with packhorses. -The road was very rough, and it took them 16 clays 'to accomplish this portion of the journey. They state that when they. ar rived at Kimberly they found, to use their own words; " no diggings." They 'found a number of men there fossicling with knives and brushes on the surface of the ground. They wore led to believe that the men were waiting for the rainy season: There w...
A MERCHANT'S STORY ABOUT A CARGO OF SLAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 October 1886
A MERCHANTS STORY ABOUT A CARGO OF SLAVES. A Ncw Yonc merchant rccently said: "I ncyer see a coloured crew with a white mate going down the pier that I don!t think of.niy. first trip to Rio and the slaves I saw on the way there. It was in the early part of 18.19. It's hard to realise it now, but tl:e slave trade was then a most profitable business in spite of its difficulties. The vigilance of the British cruisers had driven the infamous Dagoes who manned the slavers into all sorts of,dovices to escape detection, but the favourite method just then seemed to be to resort to small schooners and coasters which, on account of their size, could be run up the small creeks, where the slave marts were located in Africa, out of sight of the cruisers, and there load safely and quickly, and then sent to sea at the first moment when the coast was clear. A little schooner of some 30 tons once escaped a Britislh' frigate in a calm by getting out sweeps which the slaves were compelled tO work. SIn...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 October 1886
.N 0 T ICE. M R. R. O. KENDALL hlas boon ulthorisod to receive Accounts in oonnoection with the KIAMA REPORTER, and hlu receipt will be eufiloiont guarantoo. S. MAJOR. The Kiama Reporter. -o PUBLIBHBD EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. WEDNESDAY, OOTOBER 27. IonosbD UvP-For the lont throo montho a gronl nany poople Iavo boon housred up, bocnreo they have not felt 0able to withtnd thel otormy win. trywoeartr thathn provailed. But, unfortunato. ly, tho oonfinomont and the clone air of modern houeon during the winter sonoon is very uner voting, and theo yoteo t nood(o heolp to enablo nll Iho organs to do their pro per work, If thono organs have boon inaotivo the connoquoercs aro showing theomuelveO in tho hillono oonldition of the syntomr, or In conatipntioin of the bowels, or in diordeors of th klidnoyo, with all the nohos aml paine/ that ncoompnny thl0no complainlt. If you nre in thin condition from any conlo you shonuld mako a faithful trial of that woll-knoiwn' romtidy, Dr' BlIl...