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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 October 1886
COMMERaIAL. I?utter,l .,perlb ......e..r........ 0 0 8 to 0 0 0 aetory ditto ............................. 0 0 0 , 0 1 0 Bacon, per lb ............................. 0 0 ."7 ,, 0 0 $ Lard, perlb .............................. 00 ,, 007 C lecee ditto .............................. '0 0 8 , 0 0 0 'nllow, pr ton ...... .................... 17 0 0' ,, 17 0 0 Calf Skius?ech ......a..................... 0 4 ~ 0 0' 4 Calves each ..................... ......... 0 6 0 ,, 0 0 ides ................................. 0 8..... 0 0 3 ??Izeh, erbuel ........................ 0 3 .4 ,, 0 G Oaten Bly3, per to ..................... 7 , 8 0 :Lucerne ]n y, per ton .................. 4 0 0 ~ 4 0 0 Potatoes, per ton ........................ 3 0 0 ,, 410 0 Fowls, per p air........................... 0 4 0 ,, o48 Ducke, per pair ........................... 0 0 08 O?c.., per i ........................... 0 7 o ,, o 8 0 Turkeys ?r palr ........................ 0 8 0 ,, 0 10 0 Ega's,per dozen ......................
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 October 1886
-. Mos people require to attend exclusively to their own-business, and when Individuals are found willing to devote their attention to parliamentary duties, all that is required of them, as a rule, is to conduct the affaire of the country in a fair and reasonable man ner. The honour of ofiloe is, we believe, regarded, generally as amply repaying the time spent in the patriotic effort of socking to further the interests of the common wealth. It has been insinuated, however, that in some oases persons seok to enter Parliament for their own rather than their country's'good. Whether such is the case with any or with many of the present Par liament we cannot say, but at the present time there is widespread dissatisfaction ap parently at the unsatisfactory way in which the Ministry are conducting the public affairs of the colony. A slight glance at thd Parliamentary procedure during the last few years will eonvinco.anyone that matters have been drifting from had to worse, and there is no ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 October 1886
FREDERICK NEWBY, PRODUOI ME~lOIIAN'T' HNn COMMIIBSION ..AG IENT, NATIONAL STORES, 255J Sussex-st., Sydnoy. HII(HIIEST PRIOES . JJARANTEED. Acoount Solos ocndorod lunmodintoly n Haaoe. 7-.2880.y. W'ANTED a GOOD GENERAL SERVANT for Sydney. Apply to MRS. DONE, 10-27.801 - The Parsonage. Kiama Rifle Association. Q-UARTERLY Prize Meotiung., THIS DAY, WEDNESDAY, 27T2 INST,, at the usual time and place. 0 H. U. HONEY, 27-10.80-1. Hen. Secretary. Memorial to the late Dr. Lacey. S 'UBSCRIPTION LISTS in aid of above will close October 30tif inst. Anyone wishing to subscribe will find 'lists at the Banks and principal stores in KiMana up to that date. . GEORGE T. CHAPMAN, 10.27-86.1. Hen. Seo: JAMES SUTERLAND,, Hairdresser, etc., TERRA L 0 NG-STREET, KIAM A 10.20-86.,. . ROARD' & LODGING. ACOMFORTABLE HIOME' with the under signed fbr threo respectable men i 18s Od per week with washing. M. A. A. SMITH, 7-7-86.4? . . Manning Street. GRAND CONCERT, SCHOOL OF ARTS, GERRINGONG (lii aid of,...
NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 October 1886
NOTES OF THE DAY. IT is surprising to see to what lengths im pudence will go. Capital shoul not crush labour, nor should labour snarl at capital. The bust policy for each of them, as for cat and dog, is to live harmoniously together. Yet we see at the present time labour get ting its back up against capital, and dictat ing terms to employers, to companies, and to colonies, A recent telegram states that Mr. John Norton, the Colonial Labour Delegate in England, has actually written to the Emigration Bureau, commanding the instant withdrawal of all documents regard ing the labour market in Now South Wales. He claims to speak of the artisans 'of this colony, and the Information usually given to intending emigrants from the old coun try, he denounces as utterly misleading. He, in fact, poses as the Coryphaeus of the labour party, and all who refuse to walk I, the light of his torch he roe,.;?l as going astray. RahPERa?ac was made in the Legislative Council the other day, when discussing ...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Tuesday, 12 (noon.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 October 1886
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, Tuesday, 12 (noon.) At an indignation meoting at Paddington resolutions in favour of a dissolution of Par liament were carried. The general Synod of the dioceses of Aus tralia and Tasmania commenced its sittings today. The central committee of the Land and Industrial Alliance is preparing a circular on the New Land Bill. The Albury mystery is still unsolved. Little, charged with the murder, of the missing man Davey, was remanded, The unemployed held a mass meeting at the Town Hall to-day. Mr.. Hinchman, who was missing in the neighbourhood of Jenolan Caves, has been discovered lost in the bush much exhausted. A drover has been found in the bush near Golburn very exhausted, having been lost in th?t ush for toe days without food. A heavy fall of snow is reported from' many of the Weststei end Southern'districts, and it is two feet deep at Kiandra. Giddens, a. compositor at. Kempsey, at tempted to murder a man' nimdd' Blac...
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 October 1886
Protestant Allianro meets Oct. 27, at 7~. No. I1, 4mO.., iem e t Noa, o at 7}. No. 115, ,. L.,., moceto Nov. 1, at 7.50. No. 140. L.O.., reets Nov. 11 at 7.10 p.m. uona of Tmcwpraaoe, Na. 27, mootsa Nov. a,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 October 1886
Farmers & Gardeners. ANDERSON & CO.'S. SEEDS. FOR ALL CROPS GENUINE & RELIABLE. ASK YOUR STORICKEEPEiRS FOR THIEM, AND SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. ANDERSON & CO., 'SEEDSMEN AND PLANT. MERCHANTS, 216 & 218 PITT STREET, 7-7-8 JoH N RITOCHIE, SHIP AND COMMISSION AGENT, AND) COLONIAL' PRODUCE MIERCIIANT; Cnlcldoninn \Vhnrf, Sydney. Striot Attention given to Returns, 7-81-8t-y S' "Diseased Natlio ofoentimos' brcnko forlth in straniro oriitiicse."-Act iii. Suone 1. 'TO THE PUBLIC. SOMli paticnils sffelrinl frrom nliervo' i nlrffo. tiniA aro al'rnidl from ihoh 'r hlnshll'illinix H 111 imnlrpdles ty lo I'll.IsoNAI.XLY I I.o ll it n Inidic'al " iuiin-- it' tr ialollnt have io l ot th 'l ll'-I)oRHs'Bssirn " uril r'nl OliieS? w ntll i In ll ' hecoijns lllll' Ir' ii,' to ac',urnrlfly deU- ribo ll.,ir .ymiii( ni-- llhei'r l hil hilI of life, nil thli iniilIuo of lthu is'enu.o Itli ysillfor from, ' I. l Isch prltons (liin 0r shw) sil q'liFlyl i(ow in lih. privnry ...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 10TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. OCTOBER 31ST, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 October 1886
RELIGIOUS. CHURCI OF ENULAND. 1Orn SUNDAY APTER, TRINITY. OCTODER 81er, 1888. I?e Io , J. Done will conduct Divine Seor.lo N% Sunday pclt in the Church of England churclhes as follows Clhrlet C)hurch, MljitM, at 11 a.mn., Mtouldng Prryer Christ Church. 7.11 p.m,---?veuIgr Prayer. St. George's Church. (elorringong, at 2.80, p.m. Crawley Forsat, at 11 aum.-Mr. It. O. Kendall. Strices will be uonducted In the Church of England Curelhes at Jamncroo and h1cllharbour by the Rev. E. Crisftrd, on Sunday next an follows 1 Rhellhrlbour. at 11 a.m. Jamnbro, at 7.00 p.m.
HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 October 1886
HOU.I AND FOREIGIN NEWS. Snit Lako City, Soptou-ber 20,--To day Bid' ard Warburton, who had hithorton ploaded not guilty of unlawful co-habitation, withdrew that pla nand pleaded guilty. On being asked by theo Court whether or not heo intended to obey the law in future, ho said the future would have to take core of itself, and added that he was ready for senteonoe. Judge Ztu gave him six mnonths in the ponitontiary, 300 dollars fine and costl. Jonae Lindborg admitted his guilt of unlawful co.lhbitation. elo declined to plodgo obedience to the law, and being offered by the Court 24 hours to consider the matter, said he was toady for sentenco now, and doela would make no change in his "conecience. l Hi attorney naked the clemency of the court on the ground that Li.ldborg wan a very poor mlan, and had nine emnall children dependent on his labour. The Court eontoncod him to six months' imprisonment on each of the throee counts of the indictment, and 100 dollars fln and costs on eoch. A ...
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 October 1886
CORRESPONDENCE, TO TIl EDITOR OF TIIE KIAMA RlEPOTER. SBn,--It is' not often that 1 trespass on the. columns of your valuable journal, but I cannot refrain front so doing on this occasion. It is customary when a fault is found or some grie vance needs redressing to utilieo the columns of a newspaper. In this instance I intend to make a departure from the genoerl routine, and offer a lofew words of commendation through the same medium. During the past week I have reason to be thankful to one who is, perhaps, pro. fossionally unknown to a largo number in the district, I refor to Dr. Terry. A few days ago my daughter was taken suddenly and seriously ill, so ill that her condition was the cause of a gooddenl of anxiety in my family. Dr. Terry was communicated with, and notwithstanding the fact that he had to walk some distance' to his surgery, prepare medicine, ind saddle a horse, the time that elapsed from the departure of my son till he returned with the Dr. was not quite an hour. Aga...
KIAMA AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 October 1886
XAMA AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIA TION, Tne Committee of this association met in the Council Chamber on the evening of Fri day last, 22nd instant, (the late rain having interfered with the regular meeting con vened for the previous Friday), and there were present-The Senior Vice-President, who occupied the chair, Messrs. Cole, Craig, Curtis, Grey, Sharp(, T. and H. Fredericks, J. and T. Love, Colley, Graham and the Sec retary. Minutes of ordinary meeting held on the 17th September, mid of special meeting on the 21st. September were read and con firmed. CORRESPONDENOE. There was no outgoing correspondence, and the incoming communications were (1) A telegram from Dr. Tarrant, M.P., to the pre. sident stating that Government will giveonly £300 for the old show buildings; (2.) letter from Mr. James Mitchell, declining to con tinue his special prize for home made bread ; (3.) From Messrs. W. Gardiner A& Co., of similar import, and stating that they gave Mr. Major to understand last year ...
ODDFELLOWS' SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 October 1886
ODDFELLOWS' P1R,?TS. Ta? following are the nominations for the £30 handicap to be run at Maredon Hill, neiR Kiama, on Tuesday, 9th November : John RubenaIch, Kiama. D. Milne, Kiama. James Rubenach, Kiama. o Bendigo, Kiama. Thorpe, Bombo. O Old Rose, Kiama. o Last Try, Jamberoo. W. Cook, Kiama. P. Walker, Kiama, D. Condon, Kiama. A. 0. Russell, Kiana. SStarlight, Kiama. J. Flint, Kiama. C. Belletto, Jamboree. o Stockman, Kiama. J. Inskip, Shellharbour. o Frisco, Kimsna. C. Braithwaite, Kiama. o Tom Thumb, Kiama. O. Nelson, Kiama. o Stumpy, Kiama. W. Carmody, Nowra. o Untried, Kiama. u Jim Crow, Kiama. J. Lang, Kiama. ii Wm. Smith, Kiama. o Bill Jones, Broughton Oreek, F. Johnston, Kiamn, o Assumed names. --1 - ill-l mll ?l-? lmllllm lm
HELLHARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 October 1886
HELLHARBOUR. A vEnR successful concert was given in the 'emporanrie Hall hero on Friday evening, in aid of the Croom' Public School Prize Fund. The evening was rather stor'my, still there was a large attendance. aMr. J. Cawdoll occupied the chlair, and in a sholt speech wished thIe school every sucroaes, He hoped the Croome Public School would continue to be a credit to its teacher, Mr. Hlaltead, and than called on Mise Tytor for an overture. Mr. Holbrook then eang in a good voice, " Pretty little dark blue eyes," for which he was encored. Miss Fryer followed with " Apart," which was sang excooeedingly well. Then came Mied Miller with " Tit for 'lat," which was beautifully rendered. Mise A. Kelly, a meore child, sang " Little Foot steps," and was loudly applauded. Mise M. Condon, another of the school children, fol. lowed With "Sweet face at the Window." Miss E. Wood sangj "She wore a wreath of Roese," and was loudly encored, and in response she repeated the last verse. " Let me lik...
KIAMA SMALL DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 October 1886
MIAMA SMALL DEBTS COURT. I TuIsDAY, Ocro?a? 26, 1886. BDron HII. Councel, Eeq., P.M., and J. Oonway and C. Cameron, Esqe., Js.P. Mrs. Hacking v. - Nicklo. Work and labour done, £3 48. Verdict for plaintiff, with one witnoes, 5a. Richard King v. Charles Lloyd. Goods sold and delivorod, £3 4d. Verdict for plaintiff, £2 17a Gd. Thomas Cronan v. Thomas Clancy. Loses of daughter's services, £10. Vrrdict for plaintiff, with two witnesses expenses, so each. Jamier Prior v. Archibald Kelly. Abusive words. Case withdrawn, Andrew Thompson v. C. Price, jun. Assault. Defendant pleaded guilty in justification. Tbo Bncoh, by a majority of two, disirssead the case.
SHELLHARBOUR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 October 1886
SIELLARIDOUn MUNIOIPAL CQOUN OIL. Tinl above Counoil mot on October 0,. when. there were present, the Mayor, Aldomnon Raison, Brownloo, Downey, Jamoes, and H. Dunster. Minutes of previous mooting were road andt confirmed. Correospondenco-Nil. Report of Finance Committoo recommending pa) ment of items amounting to £8 2e 6dd was passed. VanA, nilPORTS. The Mayor reported that the Committee cset and okaminod the Caldor.,ood road and found that the work was in progress, and would soon be completed. Two culvorte had boon rpaitoed on the o'ongarra road and the hollow at the pileing, Oak Flats, had booeen filled up; thle work had boon done to satisfaction. A stono crose ing had boon made at Mr. A. Fraser's;. two troes had been removed off tile 'Tongarra road, and one on the main south coast road, and a hole at Marks's bridge filled. Alderman Downey reported that one of the supports of the crane on Jetty had got adrift through the Into heavy son, and hlad employed' labour to repair same, wh...
KIAMA LICENSING COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 October 1886
=IAMA LIEINSING 0OURT, TUeSDAY, Oorsuie 2G, 1686. Baoreo H. Connell, Eaq., P.M., and J. Conway, O. Camoron, and R. Miller, Be?q., Js.P. A wine license was applied for by George Riokett for a house situated on the Jamberoor Mountain. A petition, signed by inhabitants in and 'round Jambsroo, pointing out that the house' was not required, and that it would be a nui. sance if the license was granted, was presented to the Bench. An objoction was also raised by the police. The Bench unanimously refused to grant the, licence,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 October 1886
LOCAL AND CGNERAL NEWS. Tuer takings at the Temperance Hall in coan. nootion with the Wild Flower Show up to Saturday night last amounted to slightly over £50. The show was closed last night. I'r will be remembered that about throe weeks ago two children of Captain Wilson's of Shell. harbour wore playing on a noighbour's well. The trap door was open at the time, and one of them, a little girl scarcoly four years old, foell In, The brother ran home and informed Iris mother, and another brother named Alfred, 12 years of age, who ran to the well, and jumped in with Ihis clothes on, and hold his sistor's head above water till rescued. There was about 10 foot of water in the well at the time, and the distance fromn the top of the well to the water was about 6( foot. Mr. George Brown, of the Contral News Agoney, reported this comnageous not to the Royal lumano Society of Autralansia, and the following roply has boon received:-" The Rloyal Humano ooisoty of Auatralasin, 41 Sol bornoe Clamb...
GERRINGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 October 1886
GERRINGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The regular fortnightly meeting of this Council took place on Monday last, 25th instant, and there were present-Aldermen Hindmarsh (in the chair), A. and J. Wilson, Lee, Noble and Dunster. Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE, The outgoing correspondence consisted of letters to (1) H. G. Morton, Esq.; (2) Messrs. P. & D. O'Keefe; and (3) Mr. D. Leary, as ordered at last meeting. The only incoming letter was from H. G. Morton, Esq., in reply to No. 1 of the above, statiqg that Mr. Berry requires all the tur pentine trees on his estate, but that he will give the Council any other kind of timber.it may require for alterations at the jetty at Boatharbour. The letter was formally received. REPORTS, The Chairman brought up the report of Finance Committee, recommending payment of the following accounts :-W. Lees, for .work on the recreation ground and on the by-roads, £7 15s Od; Government Printer, for advertising, £G 8s....