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AFTER SEVERAL YEARS. "Stoke Ferry, January 9th, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886

AII'[!R 811tV81181 YItAflh. "Stukco Furry, January 9111, 1884.1 0Genitlemen,-I harve usid ri M etto'o Syrnp for' onvpriit yenrl, anod hatve toonit it n iii' t vlitir hotdlitv, nod11 I 1311131) Iclep Hom12 by til, and oanrnift 8 slcn too highly ill its piniso.-1 inmninl '95 :Nowugnto Stioot, Woiktooji, Niitts.. r'Decembetr 26th, 1833. "Gelntlomn,-It is witlh tho grentoot of plotioiio 1 nocotit miy tcotiotlony nol to tii elfli cncy ot Mlothei Xi'igol'is Syruip. ity wi fo, whol lash yearnr, isl 110w iiorftony otin ot thtro htlifll th solo hoelp 0f 'ihit Syitup. I ltnvo t'loulnht jitottun ill inolicihlot fr ottltnt ln d to --in fict, I lhlg-ll to thiuilc s113 on wa toincritile, lnilt yourit lnrvlthll'ou fully, "Alfreit Ford.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AFTER MANY YEARS, "Whittle-le-Woods, near Chorley," December 26th, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886

AFTE?I .MIANY YIEAS, " \Whittle-le-Woods, near Chorley, SDecember 20th, 1883. "Dear. 8ir,-lothero Soihol'e medicine ,ellI exceediing well with us, alnil that try it speak highly in its favour. We hand at ease of a young lady that had boeen troubled mani y years with pains after eating. She tells n. that the ;ains woro entirely taken oway after a few lotion of your metliciuon.-Younrs trily, " 'i1. Peel."

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886

ol,.num\N Svaur.-No .other medilino in the worti wasiri h ev(r given ocIl a tot of itos cor'ion qoilities as IBosIhoo'o Gormnn Syriip. In three yearo two million four hundreo, thousand arinll Iotilto of thi me:diini wero disltrihi lod free of chaeli e hy thD lriggi.ih in the thi Unitol t"tjitou of Amoriii to those aliliotod with Coio n iptioil Autlann, Ci'oup~, sovero Congh.?, Pnonin'oni,? ansi oil other disonaos of tho ihriniitand oImi , giving the aIIlicald nusalnihble prof thIt (arnmn h'ymlli will eoro them. 'Jhn roiot ho boin h? t Druoggint iin ovory town anij villago in 0ivilioud coulnt [ries? are'i reo nantel InIIOI]Il it t0 theh' cutonoirn. Go to your IiDruiggist and ask what Uh0y know Iiout it. Sipol hn bitlt, Oh. eolghir sio 38, lt. [hh iaoo dosoe v will relhiv' any eaiiO.-[AivT,2 '- 1.80. l}lin3amINo Ui.-Oi ,y hvaer' hod ?e ooo cvi doii?ns hit whilor h' breoiikiht up, niid 'will ooiin h0v0 to yiohi to tho ad'anil hii.t oprilI, It i. iost inlllllrliil liltiiiitioin to o.ioi...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886

WESLE~Y N. S*rvicfl0e will ho conductetd inI tho Wi'csloya1 Cliuroli, on Sunday next, oh follows ](lnrn, nt. 11 n1.n1.-]lcv. C. Jiones 11Clnnn, nt 7.110 panf.-IIFv. R1. OV, aion Joniborno, at 11 n.mt-flo. R. IV. Oiton, Ott Pneno, d. 2.10) p n .-Mr. TI. 11otion1 Old lin nI2,0 p~-M). 'I. fllolrn fltningungf, rat I1 nom-Mr. WV.Jnrnoo Oen~origuih, at 7.110 p~nm.--Rev. C. .101100. linxnroiond, at 1l n.m-Mfr. WV. Corufood. Ohrl~lharlonn, nt 11 n~tn-M1r. 1). Pinlnyson. Fdrlll'nobnort, rat 7,110 pa.m-"Mr. Cl. (Inomlon Ilor. It. WV. Ortin will conucnt orroirn oCa Mr. Nuhobn, Pnddllo'naolo 0)) Onmly next at 2.1)0 p.m0.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CASE OF SUPPOSED MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886

A CASE OF SUPPOSED MURDER. Tn maysterious disappearance of Mr. Rag lan Davey is still a subject of intenss-excito moent at Albury. Suspicious of foul play are now entertained in consequence of certain circumstances which have come to light. A woman named M'3Boan, living about half a mile from the Railway HIotel, on the road leading from the hotel to the river, states that some timen on We:lnesday night she was awakened by her dog barking continuously. She got up and went out and saw two men going in the direction of the river, and sup porting between them a third person, who ap. peared helpless. She concluded the third nanl • was drunk, as his head was hanging down. The police, on receiving this information, made a careful ex amination of the ground and found distinct splashes of blood on the trackc'pointed out. From this point to the river the road passes some lagoons and a creek, all of which were dragged yestesdlay morning without result' A number of dynamite catridges wern also ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886

CONWQRATrO1NAL CHURClO, OERUTNOONO. The Rav. 0. flolghwiwy conducts ecraicee ovyrv FSunday nn follows " 0(n'ouicllog, nt 11 n.m. and 7 p.m. ('Ith editor reitnonto thant thin varlouR clargyinin of the ittntrtrL will forwa~rd mmurmnu~iiiiito of ocrolcon to htielditi from time to time in their clourcheso, wohich mnot momeat wint nll roase ho imomomimei gontiwi1

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIVORCE EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886

DIVORCE 3%XTENSION. A coRESPONDxmner signing himself " Box," writing to the "S. M. Horall " of Monday last, on the above subject, says :-Sir,-As I obsorve by tho Auoklaihd papors that the convict Hall has 'hbeen sentoenced to penal servitudo for life, it is no harm to allude to his case for the purposo of accontuating an ;argumontthat hias been recently discussed. If the a nals of crime answer any good pur poosi, thoy can only be for some sucoh object a 'thdet .indicated above. I. thorefore r, spentiully invite the attention of the olorgy of tho Ohuroh of Englaicd, who havd beoon most conispiouous in their opposition to the proposed Divorce Extension Bill, to the fol. lowinig facts, Whlich can hardly bear any controvoirsion, as they have, booeen proved by careful inv estigation, fair' trial, and con. domnation of the criminal, This ainn Hall, bofoi'o his marriage, :had carefully planned to insuiro the life of his ititonilod wieo, and to, make awhy wvithlior aftdr mairrago for the pu...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886

NOTICE. M R. R. O. RENDALT. has boon nnlthorined to rocoive Accounts in conmootion with thie KIAMA REIPOLRTEI, and his receipt will be suflcieont guaranteo. S. MAJOR. The Kiama Reporter. -o-O PUDblhSIIRD EVERRY wIEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY SMORNING. WViin? nhd?itt ltrling ho1niticuping conohlorn. lion ought to bu givon no to wheroe in the hoout I0lnoo to got Rupplion, 1 f in Sydnhoy. lilt?y linorion?n' Ohinn and Ol 1o ShI?po 102-4, Uc'or{gn-ostrol, nonr KingoLt i n whorn moot peoplo go, It In thorn you will nlway ltiml lnn twolnmparnblo lot of Dinnor, 'I'oen otdt Ilodrootn oltz, nod the ino tont nt,'lo in Citlnnnwarn nl Chiann I ouy reopotfnlly, Invite in eoootion viltle wholhntr you orne on intondlIg porn nlonr or inot. -Adv. 728.8 1.y, INTEROOLONIAL NOTES Thllgs of a csoo of groat suffering at seon ware broaght to Warrncnbool port on Friday, by Cnplain Odmnn, of the ottaniir Flindore, whioh tradee beiwon Moelbourno and Adelieldo. licrlr thia morning the aecainor fall in with a lighter ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXPERIMENTS WITH MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886

EXPERIMENITS WITE MILX. ,Few classes of experiment are moro complox than those connected with milk. At the recont New York State Dairymen's Oonven tion, Dr. -,turtevant, one of the greatest authorities on dairying in the United States, said that he 'knew loss about milk than ho previously supposed. Four years of experi. menting at his station, with contradictory results, had only pointed the way to further investigation, without teaching any definite cpnonlusions, Ilo had learned, however, that bactoria ofton play an important part in the changes, otherwise mysterious, which occur in milk. He had given putrid food to cows without any apparent result, and at other times he had been perplexed by changes in milk from cows fed on somcl food. In the latter cases, examination had shown that bactoria wero floating in the atmosphero of the cowshed, and these wore traced to some dicaying :natter which had escaped observa v ation. Professor Arnold endorsed these reimarks, and added that the m...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886

SATURDAY, OCTOIE3R 30. Tue prorogation of Parliament, which took place on Monday last, will relievo members from their onorous public duties, and the people of the colony firom a sense of. uneasi ness, about Parliamentary proceedings that had become positively painful. Latterly very little business was done, and that little very derogatory to Parliament, and disgust ing to the general public. Sconos were of frequent occurrence, unparliamentary lar. guago was indulged in, the authority of the chair was disputed, and offending members were named and given into custody to the Ser geant-atArms. Publie business was blocked by motions of adjournment, and attempts at stonewalling were made by the Opposition, and the brutal Government, as it has been called, carried most important measures alt, the dead of the night or the small hours of the morning. Everywhere the conduct of Parliament has been considered disgraceful, and there is ample room for improvement, It is to be hoped, theorofore, ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARINE PHENOMENON. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886

x ' T PIHENOMENON. Su Uev" stateso that the captain of the aminer ThJessaly, belonging to the Iotiustori line, writing to the owners of that vessel, notes a strange experience on his last voyage from Liverpool to Monte Viedo, On Thurs day, July 1, at 11.35 p.m., the ship, which at the time was in let. 0'55 long, 29'34 W., was suddenly aud violently shaken and humped, the sheaking being accompanied by a loud, rumbling, 'metallic kind of noise -T'he first impression was that the ship was tearing the bottom out over hard rock, but knowing there was nothing in the neighbour hood she coiuld touch, save St. Paul's rocks, and as they could not see laud, the captgin concluded the machinery was going to pieces. A report received from the engino.rootn, hiowever, stated that there was nothihg 'rong ,thltere. The engineer had slowqd dorwn instantly, under the impression that somethling had gone wrong. The carpenter Sreported the walls all free. The shook lasted, about a minuto; no disturbance w...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886

INOTES OF THE DAY. A r.vErrx discussion is now going on re specting the legitimate function of arb' i connection with Ohristian worship, and the occasion of the dispute is the proposed erection of the reredos in St. Andrew's Oathedrel, Sydney. On this, as on other questions, there are, of course, various opinions, and as it is impossible to exclude the odium theologicum from such matters, the several disputants express their views with pungency and force. The sulbject is not a now one by any means, and has beeoon ably treated by such men as Didron and Ruskin long bulore the presentl controversy arose. The question whether art should be utilisedlto any great extent as illustrative of Ohristian thought, and as an aid to Christian worship will, of course, he decided according to the views which each person enoutertains of true OChristianity. As a rule Protestants looklc upon art with disfavour. So intimately associated was it with the modieoval worship that at the period of the Reforma...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886

Branch Railway to Jamberoo. ,ALL porsons interestod'ii the nbove, are ro. i- qested to attend a mooting at 'anto's Ilhotel Jamburoo; on WWEDNI:SDtY .NEXT, .. 8ril o?.h:Viiblr, at 7.110 plm.' SIL. F. NO3LE . 10 10-86-1. Socretary, p2ro. tem. JAMES SUTHERLAND, Hairdresser, etc., TERRA LONG-STREET, IKIAMA 10-20.80 4. p.Boarding and Day School " or Young Ladies. .'-SHOALIIAVEN.STREET, KIA MA, ADY PRINCIPAL-MRS. I3RAMLEY, PnOSBIcTUSES ON APPII IuN. . 9-15.8.. Estate of Late Dr. Lacey, Kiama,. A LL ACOUNTS in the abovo Estate are , now issued to those indebtod; an early nottlement in requested, Mr. Win. Dyuioclk hasn boon autoritolad to colleot th eamno, whose rodoipt will bo a sullicient diisclhnro. D. L. DYMOOK, Anuotioneor and Estato Agent. Sopt. 80th, 1880. 10 2.06. Dr.. BELL'S BITTERS NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL, IT OUmNS whore all other MEDICINES FAIL, an itf ineti DtIRECTLY i aui AT' ONEi on the IhIDNIYS, IVERi, and IIOWELS, restoring them to ait health uteonh ' It hi i tifo, suro, aon spe...

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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886

MEETINGS TO BE HELD. Prottt.t Aillaneo meetq Nov.10, at 7j. No. 1', L.O.L., mlet-to Nov. 5 at 7ý. No. 110, L..L.; mnota Nov.', at 7.10. NO. 1'0, L.O.L., Si?nto Nov. 11 at 71,01 p.m. Uonl of Telpinoco, No. 1.1? , ? ieets Nov. A.

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886

.Far'mers' &% Garden87b6s B T. "Y? ANDERSN & CO,'S SEEDS. FOR ALL CROPS GENUINE & RELIABLE, ASK YOUR STOREOiIEPI'lIS F01 TIll .M, SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. ANDERSON & C0., SEEDSMEN AND PLANT MERCHANTS, 216 & 218 PITT STREET, 7-7.811 JoInu . IRITCIHIE, SHIP AND COIIMISSEON AGENT, ANI) CCLONTAL PHOI.UC1E MIlEICIhINT, SCnledoitian Wharl, Sylhtey. Strict Attention given to Returns. "lDi;.n.?d NaHtu,,: orihtnllell hrook?.. forth hi stranII2Oeorlpllbion."--Actii~i, ., no 1, TO THE P'UBLIC. OMAl?liptient.? aniff.,rig f'rom nervou~s al~re. 10tion nre adrmi l'l rmt ,heor haqshrullnioss IIn bnll l)ty' tIo il(,I?8 n.II.ll o I n l inntl inll' IIalniiei ' Inh ir ihitthltil Icrn, litng r- o m' t ol. lvnin(Ily d1 critl,8 Ihiri o ymc ihvl ( -.tit , t hal i(t1 (r Iif8,, ( nd( 881 mi, 1 1( the d8i(.sel 1.el m 8lh lpr1;(n (he8 o1 h8 ) sil q18 tl ly dro 'n it 1h( ' 'II t'll itr Ih1.h, 1(81 8nl' ll of t '08111, l wi(h1ll(i minh t dt h( c?u.Ily 11m. pjom oll h1 r 1'.1, ...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886

-rnu~sflYVEflT N. 9,.r-tines trill b) conducted in the Vz1)ra~1ctnfl Chutrchen on Sunnhy next by itoy. J. Wilson no foUowut jomheino, at ll notn. Rtli~hnrhoOI, at. 2.80. pn.m Mitmnei, at '.1.0 pin.

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 19TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. OCTOBER 31ST, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886

RELIGIQ1US. 10"C URuCH Or ENGLAND. 1O~lI SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. - OCTOBIER frIrT, 1880. '.1'Ilo file. 3. Done will coindrit. Divin Snerie on Sunilay next fa Iine Chzurch of England l nlziiiela it an or Clouet Church, Kloino, nt II a.m1., Morning Player Christ Church, 7.10 pim.-Evening I'rayer. fit. Oeorg"n' Clnurchi. Ocrrlogng, at2. 10.3 pn.m -Crnwlcy'alen ot, at I1 n.m.-Mr. 11.0O. Kendall. Scrvlcen Will bo conihmotid In the C'(mach of Eniglandm Chuorcher mit ,Tombrmo n dammi Slthlllmharb r by theo liev. E. Crioforl, on Iluomly next its fullonva Shlmllethmthar, at 11 a~m. Jamborncn, at 7.8)0 p~m.,

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886

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Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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OUR MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886

OU MISCELLANY. Groant fight in Torralong-streot between two local ' pugs.' on Thursday last. Victoria is thinking of going in for a military college similar to the one in Canada, The British Governmont has lboon asked by resolution passed iat .a big London mooting to innex the land of the Zulus. Nows has been received that another gang of fourtoeen Moonlighters has boon arrosteod in county OhClare, Ireland. Sixteen thousand French ladies have, slihares in tho PLanamai canal. Ooudrnee help M. do Lossops if he goes bung. orgouats ]Barrotl'(n and Grimes nro called SWimbledon horoes" by Brisbani ipl:re. be canso they hit bull's-eyes t' the value of £,C2 each. Not one in five of the buggies in Quonsland are made in the colony. The ]hriabano coach makers want 50 lper ceant. duty oil imnported articles. Thue Amoor of Afghanistan gave the Fi'rontier Comuissionl a splendid reception at Cabul, and lproclimned his unswerving loyalty to the British, 'Tho construction of the tramway from Waverle...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886

HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS. The HaIfao x .lt erald states tihat information recoived fromn 'Newfoundland confirme the roports of th, utter failure of the Labrador and shoro fisherioes. The Labrador oto th is one. tthrd of the average, and not enough to cover the cost of transport and of the supplies al vatncod to the fishorno, SixtyJlve thousand Imople, who are dupttldent on theo Labrador aishorios, strotching over 3000 niles of const, are in aotual destitution, ati looking to Govearn meant aid for salvation from starvation during the coini?g altttttit andt wintot'. It is assortod that the Nowfoundiand shore bahormon will Ie as destitotst as those engaged in Labrador, and, accordinig to a roliable oustimalo, 100 QO ipersons will be partially or wholly dependettnt on Go. vernmtont support durin; the ootng winter, T'hs horring flAhory is lsos tihan oto-tonth of lost year's onatoh. It is foeared that the hoax prpUtratod int July last rolativo to the starva tion and utnnibalnt'allo;oed to be...

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