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THE ESCAPED NUN AT LISMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886
THE ESCAPED NU1N AT LISMO3 . A ?T?tEIolAMt to Wednesday's "Echo" says : -A riot took place here last night as Mbliss O'Gorman, the escaped nun, was about to commence a lecture at the Albert Theatre. A body of mten commenced groaning, eggs and stones being thrown on the stage, and all attempts to preserve order wore useless. Ladies and others got out through the win dows the best way they could. Excitomont waxing warm between the Oatholics and the Orangemen, both parties resorted to such weapons as chairs, stockwhips, &c., and a free fight took place, several parsons on both sides being much injured. During the scene Miss O'Gorman and party escaped. The Oatholic party then took possession of the hall and made a few speeches, and thie ex citement subsided about 11 o'clock at night. Some of the police were present, but toe few in number to preserve order ; and it is stated that if the Orangemen had stood their ground the consequences might have been serious, as there was no pol...
(From the Sydney Papers) London, Oct, 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886
(FProm tho Sydne. PapTqoa ) London, Out, 20, Mr. Edward Stanhopo lhas implied that tho suttlomntnt of the Now Heobridos quos. tion with .auco will inoludo th ovacuation of those islands by the Fronoh. Sir Graham Barry has had a further intoer. view with tho Sudrotary of Stateo for the Colonisa in rogard to the uontinued cooupa. tion of the Now Hobridhs by the Fronoh, iMr, 8tanhopo, in roplying, Maid that ho was positive that a settlement with Franco was now nearly complato, and that the papers on the questlou would bo published whon readyh A Tory ronforence just hkld at Bradford, Yoricshir, hlis rcog~niaed thu supremo ih. portance of Imperial federation. The Con ference declared itself impressed with the necessity for the universal adoption of this principle as an article of Tory faith. The Earl of Dunraven, Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies, declared that the principle of Imperial federation is the only alternative to obviate a large increase in the army and navy. It is int...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday, 12 (noon.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886
TELEGRAPHIO INTELLIGENCE., (moaM OUn OWN couRESPONDFrN'.) SYDNEY, Friday, 12 (noon.) At the sittings of the Anglican General Synod yesterday, it was resolved that tihe title of Archbishop be assigned to the Pri mate of Australia and Tasmania. A Conference is shortly to be hold in Melbourne between the Postmasters-General of Victoria, New South Wales, and South Australia in reference to the Federal Ocean Mail Service. The Minister of Instruction, during his tour to State schools, is considering the question of reorganisation of the School Inspectors, and to reduce the expenditure in connection therewith. Arrangements are completed for a Penny Savings Bank in connection with all Public Schools; the system commences on January 15. Bernaril Gitlin, baker, was fined £22 for selling deficient weight bread. A diamond has been discovered on the Waterloo run, Glen Innes. The will of the late Archbishop Gould has been proved to be £19,6046. It is expected that the riot at Lismore yesterday wa...
SHELLHARBOUR POLICE COURT. OCTOBER 26TH, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886
SEELLHAREOUR POLIOE COURT, O0rmnn 26r', 1886, BiDtoun, Thomas Fonwick, Ehq, J.P. Georgo Roborts, in custody, plondod guilty to a charge of being drunk at Albion Park on the 25th instant, and was fined 10 ;.s in dofault, 24 hours in Shellharbour lock-up.
ODDFELLOWS' HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886
ODDFELLOWS' HANDICAP, Fou.owmsa are the handicaps for the above, to be run on 90th November, 1880 : 0. Bellotte... ... ... ... scratch J. J. Thorpe ... ... .7 °oil ndigo ... ... .. ... 10 W. Carmody ... ... ... 14 eTomin Thumb ... ... ... 14 J. lnskip ... ... ... ... 15 °Last Try ... ... ... ... 15 W. Cook ... ... ... .. 15 "'Frisco ... ... ... ... 15 D. Cowden... ... ... ... 15 °Stfalighlt ... ... ... ... 15 0. Braithwnito ... ... .... 15 °Jim Crow... ... ... ... 17 A. G. Russell ... ... ... 17 J. Flint ... ... ... ... 18 0. Nelson .. , ..... :. ... 18 °Untried ... ... ... ... 18 P. Walker ... ... ... ... 18 Frank Johnston . .. ... ... 10 °Old Rose ... ... ... 20 W. Smith ... ... ... ... 20 °Bill Jones ' .. ... ... 20 °Stockman ... ... .. ... 22 J. R. Rnbenaeh ..... ... '22 Jas. Rubonach ... ... ... 23 °Stumpy ... ... ... ... 24 D. Milno .. ... ... ... 20 J. Lang ... ... ... . ... 30 °Assumed names.
KIAMA RIFLE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886
KIAMA RIFLE ASSOOIATION... Tun quarterloy prize meeting of the anbovotooklc planco on the llarouni rMingo on Wedmnesday; 27th ietant. '1he day provoedl Gipe with a light lwind and sone excellent shooting was made, the scoro of 11. Hicks deserving epecial mention. The handirap for the current quarter is the most litmberal one yet decided upon, and although timhe conmnitteoo undoubtedly done their boet to put the compeotitors on equal terms, the result of WVednesday's shooting seems to show that thie handicap is not a good one. Thero wm'ere nine prizos offorod, varying in value from 304 to 5s, the first three being kindly presented by Mrs. \V. Finlayso:, Chrystoleum paintime, va!ueo 30s. MAr. G. Prott, trophy valuoe 21s' Mirs, John HIonoy, stained glass jog andml fruit dish, value 20s, and money prizos of 20s, 154, 10s, 7s Gd, os and Ge respectively, Two sopcrate handicaps havo been decided upon the ane to apply to the quarterly prize shooti g, the other in conhootion with the annual ...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 October 1886
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS, The light for the Kiama Lighthouse, which arrived some time ago, is being placed in posi- tion on the tower, which is to be lighted by the beginning of next year. ALL persons interested in the extension of the railway to Jamberoo are requested by ad- vertisement in the present issue, to attend a meeting at Tate's Hotel, Jamberoo, on Wednes- day evening next. THE NOWRA GOLD MINES.-The Warden at Nowra (Mr. W. Lovegrove) has sent to the Under-Secretary for Mines the following quaterley report :-" Nowra, October 12th, 1886.-Since my last report the weather has remained extraordinarily dry, and thus would naturally interfero with crushing. Two gold leases have crushed during the quarter, namely, the Pinnacle and the Pioneer, the former, I am happy to say, on very payable stone, and the latter on stone below their usual average. The Homeward Bound has now begun crushing, and will probably not stop unless for engine repairs, until Christmas. At present the plates lo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 November 1886
lRemember Hop Bitters never does Iharmn to the smallost child but good, always and contin ually. Seoo and rond.-Adv. TnE SAFlurT AND 3ICSrT INTReNAL RImIDY.--It is safe to take Dr. 3ell's Bitters at any time, intoto get, the beat results, they should be taken on an empty stomanclh, goilg to bed. It is well oi .tlo enight you take them to oat little or no ?upper. As no two people are affected precise. ly tihe same by a like quantity of the snmo mnedicine, it is difficoult to determine the dose, and -it is somothling which must be loft to the discretion of the patients. We will say, though, thie average doseo for an adult is from four to ten, according td offect.--Adv. IlomLwAY'8 PILLs AND OIN'artlr.-Tho come hinied ill effects of.overorowding, sodontary oceupnllaions and imonotony of lifo are only too woll lknowjAto thosa who have to pass the best part of thoiht i'vonlabouring in .factorice and crowded work ote s. The compulsory confine mteet ivcnkons the general hoalth and inducos c...
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 November 1886
NWY SIOUTHI WALS; " Mr'Donnioll, b ]Brnoes ...... ~3 A. Bannaormn n, a l]arlow . 7 ? 31uthior, stumped Shurwin . 14 T'uvnor, a Lohmain .,. ."' 4 (IGrogory, a llarlow ...... 3 Mlosos, not out ..., ... 1 .[('rrls, b :Ilo6 rs .. . ... 0 ll rr, a Shorwin ... ... 9 Whiting, run out , 7 Iurton,o Ban rnus ... .... O Ogtlby, a Barlow .. .. '0 Su. d tll , t . ..... 5' Total .,,,,,, 1 Llollburno, tlFriday, Thae Ioto PaortaI Oa(onplll n will has blon provetd at; £24,?, whiuh hes lioon loft to his s'it.ur in Saot;hlutl; aflumi payinlg dtlolst oully ,c71 rta initiis,
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday, 10.30 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 November 1886
T~LEGRAPHIC INTELLIG?ENCE. (enoa o? n u owN cIounSuoqsDvr.) SYDNEY,. Friday, 10.30 a.m; Mr. Sabamons lhas.rosigned thioposition of Chief Justice. His reason is that his ap pointment is distastofue) to otherjildges. 12 (noon.): Mr. Salamnons, in a letter to the Premier oontaining his resignation, remarks :--" believe, and now I know, that I had the general approval of the public, and of botle branchesof the profession. I'nam, howevor, grieved to think my appointment is distasstd ful to the two senior members of the benlib, band to the third, Mr. Justice Wimndeyor, not only distasteful, btLt so wholly wsjudtifiablo as'to have led to his utterance of expressions. and opinions respecting my fitness to be Chief Justice, as to make any intercourse. in the future between him and me quite im possible, either as judge or otherwise." The Premier asked Mr. Salamons to recbnsider his intention, but MIr. Salamons declined. The Premier leaves for Dubbo to-night.' Probate has been granted in over ...
COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 November 1886
OIOMZ~NC SVSNTBI Pjotostnit Allliuioo Plonlo niil Procoealiil on D~couguboi tot, :>,. ]j. ])yl~iinole tlo11 by nuotionl on ]rIondny noxt inl tiu ootnto of IIr. Jooophl Lovora, uat Mr.· II, Dna~o't ctlvy otookt hi to ho onild i~t EiwI, KIingalnnloi ii V \\odnooaily, lot Dooonlbor, by 1), L, Dyinlook, Irh. Cluoovja ?IIPanII'o` o10onvlii·.nnt rnd tiihoo Iiliio onI \Vud looldiry nouxt ut Uuiuilidovrui 1), Jl, g~yn~ok, iuobiiotionor, FIft~ly otuiro IgaU tii ho nlld ni Itnoodliy oloxt ut1 tIn yuiido, Kitooni, by 1), l., Dyorllnuh. imost ii. Dyllluliio' ymnldn b~y Ilii11 ilWnVit'II
INTERNATIONAL CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 November 1886
INTIERNATIONAL ORIOKET MATOII. At the, intornational crikokb natoh rain stopped anLout uloven o'olook'; the ground wae rethur hevy. Thu Engli? hmnn won thu toss end went to the wiekets first, The following scores woro put togetheor: EN(JL5IIH EIcVEIN, Shrewsbury, o nIathor . ... 0 Sootton ... ... ... Barlow, o Forris ...... 11 J3arncs, b Turnur ... 4 Roid, o M'l)onnoll ... ... 13 nBates, h Forris ... ... 2 OUun, o M'Dl)onnoll ... ..; 18 'Briggs, b Turnor . . 2 Flowors, b Foris .,. .. 11 Lohman, b Turner ...... 0 Sherwin, not out .. ... 2 Sundrlos ... ... ... 3 Total ... ... ... 78 in 1884 an Rnonymous donor allmouncod that he would give £25,000 to the Victorian Blaptists Asociation, and on conditions thalt tlho churches within five years contributed an equal sum, a second instalmennt of a gift of £10,000 would hbn made. A fireman named Georgoe Oairns fell from an engine travelling 40 miles an hour. London, Nov. 18. The Emperor of Germany is unwell. A party of Dacoits attacked the Br...
WAGGA RACES. — THIRD DAY. FLYING HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 November 1886
WAGGA RAOES.-TniIn DAV. FLYIN( IIADICAP', Toronto ... ... ... Kildaro ... ... ... Dosmoud ... ... ... 3 P'INOlCI O WAL~BE HITAICE.? Gonoc ... ... ... 1 W histler ... .'. ... 2 Fair Lascon ... ... ... 3 TIOWN P'LATI, Toronto ... ... ... 1 lMaid of thoe Lnko ... ... 2 Astrooa ... ... .. 3 8'PlF, lL lq,?O l I A B ,, STHEOIL1IICAS14. Blok00 ... ... ... 1 Kangaroo ...2... .,. 2 Goonigall .. . .. ... 3 ]IANI)COAP* Sooiety ... . . . 1 Soldier Boy . ... ... 2 Palidon ... ... 3
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 November 1886
O300 TO LEiNDI) in ono or moro sum ?_lUU an Feshohold ~(n1ity, FRANCIS WOOD\VARD, Solicitor, 10.G -8(i. lnillfns to I cli t, Kiln a. FREE TRADE IN TIiBER, Without any extra duties being Charged. I IIAVEI much ploasurno in givilng thin noticn to COI.NTIIY BUYERS ill order that they may Inow th llu ct nalld clnheapest plco to obteinl the~ir ,?.lplies. 1No order ccai ho too Ilargo for immnorliato dIlivory, or 100oo ninll to reccivo theo heot tt.ui tion, tcr anty ot t1 lihos hter qitotou or atiy sajUticlo required h1' tim huildig tlndo:e "Ormooll tiimher, long Inngtli niald all saloa. 1Allitc D)onle, druieloed Flooring aiind liiilgsl. Allerionn laldwood t'roii 1 inchl to Ii ilnch. Amnricnl 8lgar Plinl Clenr illo nil Shelvinglll, Thli iltcgst stookl of Douor ihi tlie city to chooso from. Arlchitin'voe, Skirtigo, i loldMghllngs. Mlgllgllaiuconu , lltczedl Sashes, all ?icen, (alvlllizio d Iioln nlld Cellmnlt olf Imle laont; hrnlldl. Pullhig.I DrossIed Pic~lts, Orogoln Hardwood Loths, &...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 November 1886
WESTLYAN. Servi?ve will lbe condulcted in. the Woleyan Clnarch, on B11uday next. as follows: KIinoi, at 11 n.m.-Rev. . 0. iR, Onion 1Iamna, at 7..39 p.m.-Rv. It. W. Orlon Janilpron. i 11 tn.m.m-Mr. W. Cornfori Jnlaberoo, at 7,8(0 p.nm.-Rcv. Q. It., (tlnAon Old I'lheo alt 2.30 p.m.-Mr. WV. Cornforid fleiTiIltdliff, ait 11 tn.mn.--lov . . Orton oCririigoac, ait 7.(.0 p.,l.-mr,. .A. A, lnirrvillo Il2xlmpnrld , lit 218 p.m.-nRev. I. W. Orton Hhlellnrlibonr, at 2.'30 p.m.-llev. 0, l. Olaaon
OUR MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 November 1886
OUR M2ISOELLANY, Wanted, somnobody to roclify the T''own Oloyk. A fresh discovery of diamono ds is reported abouth.5 miles from Invoroll. Messrs., Monio are now orecting n: 925 hlor~s. power engine (o break ballast for tih railway. A yonUl masn nanmed IHelry Branllllo heln h'oon aIrrested for robbing isi late mnastor, a danirman of Nowtowl, of about £500. S..'l'roo eohliers, durilg a paper ohnaso, at Carlislo, worn drowned while' attempting to swim nacross thl EIden. At Lanlbqlth Police Court, a parrot, on being brought before the magistraitc, ottlodl tlh' quees tion of owinurabi p. The Tinesa pu bliaho a letter-from Ir, J. W'. Pahnlaor ridiculing Mr, EIlunikor -Hioaton'n pro ject of s;ponny ppostage to Aiietralia, Contrisry to wlhant might be expeotedn;mon in. ployed soveon holurs a day in the London sowers oijoy the boat of halthll, and nar long livers. Smana was Iilled oni Monday morning ai the balleast quarry, B3ulli. Ho nolooted to use tihe isiiu rope,' andiwdas crusllod by 10 ...
A STORY OF SHIPWRECK. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 November 1886
A STORY OP SKIPWRECK. PARTIourLARS aro given of tho wrock of the barque Alfred tho Great of' the Ness Light house, near Stornaway. Thomas Whitting. ton, the master, says that oil the 26th of August they sailed from Queobe with ia cargo of timber, They had modralotlrn y flno weather 'until the 20th of 8optomnbor, wlnn it blow a hurrioano, Their nnin topsail and foroyard were carried away; a mi.om stay. sail was snt, but in half an hour tlh sail split and the stay gave way, All hands then went to the pumps, at whiol they continued all night, The gale still inoreasing, on Mon. day morning thero was four fo?t of water in the hold, and at noon over 10 foot, A 6 p.l., tlh stern of the ship hogan to givn way, and on taking the hatches off, it was found that the hold was quito full of wator, The mastor told th orcrw to possess them solves of any provisions tlhy oould get and niako for the rigging; this they did romain. ing thoro all night. Whon daylight ap. puared they found that the duok c...
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 November 1886
CONOGREOGATIONAL CIIUCII, GERIItINOONO. Thn Rev, 0, IIeighwlay condut·s 4erviesr every Suuday IR followe: Oerrotleong, et 1 U en, il 7 pln.. . . (Tire litter rerlrerrt s hlint tre rVrltrlio elPri)l nee ofl tzir itotriet wil feorrarrl rrererreeirerrts rf eerv rirr to bre leid frrr trne timn ti in theIr etzIircii, whiCh irteIPRriteco will iit oIl cners bo ilreerted gnttl.l
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 November 1886
LOCAL AND GEINERAL NEIW~?. Tun Salvation Arcy cavo a publio toen on' o=s day neoxt, Mrajor Pollnrd, Adjutant Jolries, andt Captain Town, will bo proeont. Weo ave no doubt they will Ihavo a hallolujah tihno flt.' By the way, wo nre givon to understend thalt theoro is shortly to boe a hnallolujah weddlng A sarc ,e drill of the K]iann voluntoorstook planco on Tuesday evening last, for tihe pmi'pns of a prolininary inspoction by iTajor Chlislolhn, who expressed hlimsoulf as woll atisfiod with the sunartoess of the company. The nnunl icnspoo.. tion tahos p1lace on Thursday oext at am.,; when Major-General Riochardlson will bo in attendance. . I ON Tuesday nightln?t an indi?nntion moetting, condoilnantory of tho poresent Govoermnoct, was hold in the Toemporance Hall, The anyor presided, and theoro woro about 190 pqronis present. A resolution, expressing,. wa?lt of uonlidonc in the present GCovernoent, was proposed by Aldorman Colo rand sooonld ~ .b air. Arthur Yatoes, Mr, J. M?'Gll, in a ...
EXECUTIONS IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 November 1886
EXEOUTIONS IN PARIS. DESORIPTiON8 amr given of the executions in Paris. The two oondemned ien, Rivi6ro and Froy, showed the utmost callousness, After Rivi6dre had been told that his time was come, tho Abh6 Colomlb, vicar of Saint Sulpioe, came forwar ad and besought him to tlhink of God and seeOk courage in prayer, H1is reply was, "I am not getting weak, chaplain." On being told that Fray was to be executed as well as himself, he said, " Father Gr6vy is not morciful, but it con soles me all the same that the other is to go the same way," The Abhb6 Oolomb made another appeal to him, and presented to him tho oruollfix, when he called out, " There is no longer a God; leaveo ne in peace." Thu, prisoner, a strong young man of 30, walked firmly to the seafibld, Turning r6und, lie called out in a loud voloe, "You can tell Father Gr6vy that hlie too is a murderer." Tlihe oxecutioner then placed the condoenned man on the guillotine, which quickly oper ated, When the magistrates enterod Froy'...