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HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 November 1886
HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS. A clark namod Stovenson, occupying a roa. ponlsibllo puition in Bulffalo, was bonded by th110 Gulnranto Com.npany of North Amenorici £1F000, IHe was short in his accounts, and skipped to Unanda. The colpfany ulolvod to bring hin back, and tile plan adopted was as novel as it was ingenie., Orowo, a bright young Irish man, wasf beat to make Siovesono's naquaint anone, ald wae with him ne orly a month before an opportunmtly presoenteod itaelf whore thd do. iaultour could bt onticd to volntllro nar the line, Exaotly in thile contre of tihe Detroit Rivor is an iBland whioh the boundary line divides, Orowo arranged a lilhkig oxpldition with hie associato, nild the two moan wore to row in thie river, fisliillg during the trip. 1e fore starting, hlowoveor, Orowo found the boant they were going to use, antlI boring a asmall augeor hole in the bottom fitted in a tighlt woodun plug. Fi 11 of glee anl Canadian ruin, StOvul)Hon prourodl tile flaling tacklo, and lIttleo dre...
COFFEE DRINKING AND ITS EFFECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 November 1886
QOQFEE DRINKING AND ITS EFFECOTS. NEW YORK has a doctor of unusual bright ness, who has buised himnself lately writing pithy and scholarly monograms on some of the baptised and endorsed evils of society. His latest manifesto is on "How Oolloffee Affects People;" and the aim of the paper is to show that coffee is one of the most powerful drugs in the list of medicines. The proof of its power as a drug is shown by the fact that it is used to a greater extent than nay other as an antidote for poisons, both aninial and vegetable, He urges that he does not desiro to reach the ear of the pub lic in general, but of those who have pains in the region of the heart, oppressed breath ing, and an irregular pulse; those who are exceedingly nervous and unable to sleep at night; those who have a full feeling, dizzi ness, and pains of a neuralgic character in the head; who have nausea and sourness of the stomach without having transgressed tihe laws of lifo ; who have pains in the liver, a yellow s...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 November 1886
ON Saturday, the 13th instant, the Protee-r tionists of Sydney hold a monster opon air demonstration in IHydo Park, and all who desired to see a Protective tariff' establlished in New South Wales for the encouragerment of agricultural and manufacturing industries and the general welfare of the people, were requested to roll up, Tradesmen of all sorts and mcoohanics were appealed to, to show by their presence whether the people of 53'dney and suburbs were satislied with tlibolioy which had made the interior of the colony a sheep.walk, and Sydney a rocop tacle for the shoddy goods of Europe, while thlousanids of labourers were out of employ. mont. This appeal, of course, attracted the whole body of Protectionists, and many others attended merely through curiosity to witness a public display, for which the weather was exceedingly favourable,. A procession consisting of thousands of people, and representing a variety of trades, with their paraphernalia, was formed, and bands of music an...
INTERCOLONIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 November 1886
INTERfOLONIAL NOTES. In reference to a London cablegram, to the efhict that a Victorian loan is expocted to be pilaced on the Lohdon mairket in ,January, the Victorian Govcrnment have not yet decided to float any debentures that month, but tlhy will very likely do so iy inviting tueders for a loan of £2B,000,000 under the Act of the last Parlia Inont 'authlorising the raising of £8,000,000. £1,500,000 was placed in the hands of investors last January at v'ery favourable terms, so that after the operation next January debentures of the value of £4,500,000 will remain to ho sold. The TecIteffiel Jecord reports that a fright ful accident occurred at Toowoomuba ati o'clock on Tuesday night. A slight tliro had broken out in the stables belonging to the ITnk of Now South Wales, and a man namnmt John Williams, about30 years of ago, ran to the fire station, ascended the turret, and gave several pulls at the i hell-rope, when the iron bar Iholding tlc bell 1 ,ke, and the bell, weigh. ilg hal...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 November 1886
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NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 November 1886
NOTES OF THE AY., So.mi time. ago a movemont was set on foot to provide those who are lovers of bathing with a decnt and sufliciently largo cnough place wherein to do so. Subscriptions to the amount of somewhereo about £20 (we are not certain as to the amount-it may have been more, it may have boon less) were collected, and some of our local quarrymoan were engaged to do the work, At the roar of the Blowhlolo Point the bathing holo in question is situate, and was formerly a bare excavation in the rocks, just as Nature had formed it, and was used for bathing pur. poseslong beforn the idea of improving it was mooted,. However, when thle move nment was first initiated, it was anticipated that the work woulhl lo cnrried out properly, and a creditable bathling place made of the hole in question. W\Vo will not deny that an attempt was made to do do so, but those who undertook to do the workl, either from incapacity or a dlesire to benefit themselves more than the publio (whoso money, by t...
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 November 1886
MEETINGS TO DE tELD. I testant Alllance meeta Nov.-? , at 7). No. I~, L.O.T., moots Dea. 7 nt 7,. No. 11l, L.l,L., mceets le. U, at 7.30, 'No. 140, L,.O..t, mtacts Dei. 9 at 7.:10 T .m. tBons of Tempcrmleuc, No. 27, maelts Nv. 17.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 November 1886
Farmers & Gardeners ANDERSON & CO.'S SEEDS. FOR ALL CROPS GENUINE & RELIABLE, ASK YOUR STOREKEEPERS FOR THEM, AND SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. ANDERSON & CO., SEEDSMEN AND1 PLANT MERCHANTS, 216 & 218 PITT STREET, S YDN 1 E Y. 7.7-86 J'0HN RITCHIE, SHIP AND COMMISSION AGENT, ANI COLONIAY PRODU0CE MERCHANT, Caledonian Wharf, Sydnoy. Strict Attention given to Returns. 7-31-8l-y "Diheascd Nnatue nflenlimes breank forth in Atinngo oruptions."--At iii, Se.ne I. TO THE PUBLIC. OMI, palients suffering from lnerivoinl nffo lini is nre afralid 'fr'ui Hoer Bashlfullnoss anld tiodihsty to riItSHONAI.LY .Onllniit a mIedical lma--otloer patientsl ave not li th eol'-IlORas,'siuon nld conlness whell illn te colwmltitni 'room, to accurately desorib their symptomIs-their hanlits oft lil), and tlle niture of the disuaso they ufflor f1in.. Let such persons (lih or pho) sit q(liotly down in tile privay of tlir own apirl'Ieints, nl(d with calm ml inds describe cleorly each...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 22ND SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. NOVEMBER 21ST, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 November 1886
SRELIGI 0 US. CHURCHII OF EI?YOLAND. 22lnu SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. NOVEMIIER 210tr, 1886. TheIo ltev. J. D]one will enduct Dvine Servio on uidulay nit In the Cllhch of Engludl chIurches as follow I : IIoly Oomminolon t 7.45 n.m. Clrlot Church. I(alooin. t 11 nan.. M[onling Pnly'r FAIIIYIILTL SERM[ON AT Christ Chllllvh, ?.70 p.m,.-venhllog l'nyer. iHt morlge'o, orrelOlgo l, It 2.2 plll. Cinwly Foreot nt 1 n.a,--Mr. J. Ilolbroo?., HServ\ios will be conlductd In lthie ChlrII.hI of Englntud Churlches at Jnambiroo itil Slhelllrbouo r by the lev. II. Crlofonl, on Stnuily noIxt Is followo : JIiilheroo, irt 11 n0.1. ' ohellhorbour, lit 7.20 p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 November 1886
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A MAD DOG IN A SCHOOL.—EIGHT CHILDREN BITTEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 November 1886
A MAD DOrt was A0'du~ d0Ir ,Tr ohIIII EN .A report 1vais aibd'n he Onbitrnl l ico Station, Ilull, to, the llrhot 'tlda a t'n gh. haired. torior ldog ?r?l?''! , lhe: Irtlpiivt.e lIethndlistt ctaly schonl,:' I-.sslcroad;, .and at tacked soveral of the ochildron, I..ofore the animal could he drivoh? out. eight, of the solloalrs wore bitten, Iomen of them Relerely, 'his i is tho socond tinm within a feiw lays that sohool olildt;on hIlýe liiin, attackled in Iull; and one of thii v.i?'iiL of theIl first attliok, whioh took plaon ?Ih the p!ny ground of a school, is still sufllelrg from the sholk to isch an extent'that she is! hot uxpeoted to r-covr,.
SHOOTING CASE NEAR PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 November 1886
SIJOOTINO oABHl NKArI I'AiUn.' Cablis, tlh gadllarimno who was clarmgod with voluntary homicida inwliaving .fishot:, Dufeutrello in tlh wood of Joiln :lPncnt,:on the 5th of'B sptembori'i Ivuas"h?'ilitted' by ri court.martial in Paris, Thil o.ly question put to the soven icri. ''"ef' tu trilunjal wn--" Is Cabis guilty,,of .voluntary homni. cido V" Four of thuo niuilhors 't'pliud " No," nnd thrllo ?( Yes,".'' ,,Wholi tho. Presideint thlonrtiond; orerd O'l ais to elil ,iloratodl; tllh( geundal'ln was gree'tod with 'miosvli onlthlusiah tic opplause. At tle ? door of ,tho court hIe was uurroundod by an ibii'r olo\,vd of puopl,, all of whomn wanited to. slilnl hands with him and ;offti holr coIonra lultonii's. Not withslatnlig his acquittal, OIbis oould not ielp siidding toers',' mid 'xohliidii"d to 'tliHo who wore congrAtuulathig liii), 1 Alh, yes, I nm alcquiltt'Ald'; but! I am n novb~hitlles lost and ruinod," : ' ..
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 November 1886
S" IESTBRYAN. orvices will be conducted In the Weuloyan Church, on Sundlay next, as follows: Kiamn, at 11 n.m.--Rer. . W. Orton Hinton, at 7.30 p~m.--Mr. D. Fiulnyon. JnJatbro, at 11 am.--Mr. . A,. omerville Jamboroo, at 7,I0 p.m.-AMr C, Coulins Old Pleou nt 4.8) p.n.-Mr. 0. A. Somervlllo Oerrlngomg, at 11 anm.-Mr. J. OIthalnt GerringonR, at 7,80 p.m.--Mr. T. Holden Foxiround, at 11 a.m-Mr. IT. holdcn 8heillhnrbour, at 11 a.m.-Mr. W. Jamon Shohlhnrbour, at 7.80 p.m-flee. It. WV. Orion Mir. W. Coekn will conduct servioo at Mr. Noblo's, Sotdilo bck, noext BSndae, at ?,80 p.m.
A MAN AND HORSE CARRIED OUT TO SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 November 1886
A MAN AND HI0118I CAilltIlI?D OUT TO SEA, A sad aooidiiit be6'irred iii the Rhiondda Valley, Glanmorganshliro A ;haulier named JEdwards, of .Oymaimer, on linishing work, rode liish'horsoetotlhd river to wash its hlegs: Owing to hoayy.rutins tioe riivor was. tuch swollatifit n.Ecwal d .ad,'id his hosoe wre, cariied ,a!t ay. bji thol oenti ilt hfoiutioit of the aclklent was 'telegraphed,.along the river route, but although searoh waimadte, nothing more was seen of the mual or of t4hi horse. It is hlireved he was eaFridd otutt'd sire, A siiiiilhii'" aoldelnt occurred itoari Cardilff a fow weeks ago,
HORRIBLE SCENE AT AN EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 November 1886
IIOrItIlsn s5oalTs Ae A N' Ea CUTION. The Paris. dorrospondent' of : the ": Daily News"e supplies =ome shocking details of the execution of two' mien in Alghria;' At 4 a.m. tho.procurator, follow ed:, by an iintnr pretoe and, the ,prison :,otlibials;r entered,, thtn cells in which the candumiled Arabs B13uzza and Milud woere asleep: At lialf past 15 the prisoners ,d ro p1 ilipined,, their hair?. aind beards were cropped cloe, 'and their iuli garmeots cut away araund the neck. Diur ing half an hoii 'whiclic:tlise pieparations, lasted, thny both sang voses of th'ei orian." It was broad daylight.when Bu*aza was ,heo.: headed amid the al?ilusq' of a ferocious rabble which, according to.French customs, had boeimallowid to seo the exediitioai. Then it was Milud's .turn, but the knife was jammined into the woodenm framiowoi'k, and only mutilated thio,e wretched .man's hend, Thereupon the ecitiutionor took ouit a hand saw and began to opprato upon his 'neck, but to no purpose. 'io finish th...
MURDER OF A GRANDMOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 November 1886
MUI1DIR OF A UILAN rOuIIRnR. A youn nmani; nanied Sidnwiy Russell. gave hiis'elf' ip'"to.' thi ipohcol ht lBoro' iegi Dorset, stating that hQ hp'd mindediiod, his grandnmothelr, Sarah Soottipgod aliout 71,? at Boru Heath, near Varuham.ºll ? A, police? man went to the placo and found the woman lying dead ir bed, .lia'vinialnpplinrenty hqen shot wih' p revolver. .Nd-lo'enson is givenI. -' for .tl urd I.iRsell u had a ftew dh'ys '- pievioislye.talce: lpaflsgI f As?trtalid;, and. was ,boli ynailcd;.on OctbherI13. JIt las, sinco transpired that he purchased a revolver, at Warhanm, but tho revolver has not, been found. ::! ' : ;
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 November 1886
Tuose who expected, that the. Governor would dissolve the present Parliament have ie~n disappointed. The dueputation that waited upon him the other day to urge. the adoption of this course were mot with an unhesitating and emphatic denial. Several reasons were alleged why this oxtiaordinary stop. should be taken, but none of them seemed to the Governior to be satisfactory. It'Is possible, hoe said, to conceive circum. stances of great national' moment in which the sovereigni or her represontative not being, in accord with hr' ministers of the day on, somoegroat iquostionfr of State policy, might be compelled as a last resort to take the ex: tremo course of dissolving Pdrliament, nrt withstanding thel refusal of the' -Ministry commanding a working majority to re commend such a course,. No such circum stances, however, appeared to him to, exist. at present, and it was a fact that tlae Go vernment had defeated. by. large 'majorities every motion briought forward in the Assem. bly conde...