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EUROPEAN ITEMS. SHOCKING DISCOVERY IN BELFAST. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 November 1886

ýEtURJOEAN ITEMS S. ?it6cki? o DISCOCi'tiY iN mNLih.ii'. A shocking discovery was nuide on Octoler 11, at a house 'il Olhristopher.sti'eet, 13e1. fast, the, scene of one of the ,recent riots. h:''e house was 'rented by a. iiai 'anlPed Aiidrews and his wife, 'whom lio had recently S.talried.: A workman went to execute sonae repairs, h but found the place !closed, . After some delay' the door was broken open,: and the deadc bodies of the man and his' wifu' wre tdiscovered oni the bed, An inquest eyas held oti the bodies. It was stated: that Andrews haid, renitedi the, houso since August, and paid his weekly rent iregularly from that period until about a fortnight, ago ; but as ho was a pledlar it was'"thiight l e, ilght have beein from hioie foll iiiig ldis' business, On Monday soime repairs' w~ie'bibing done at the' iiext lhouse; and as the door of Andrews', house had not been seen open for.a for'tnighti an entrance was efltectd.' In one of the bedrooms the two" dead bodies were foun...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 November 1886

NOTES OP TIM DAY. Tire 0xtonsion of lines of railway into the interior is supposed to be for the benefit of settlers there, and if this is true generally, it is true of the pastoralists at Bourke. The line to Bourke is not only a means of per sonal locomotion, but is used for conveying oattle to the metropolitan market. The ar rangements, however, for trucking the cattlo and convoying them to market have hitherto been very defective, and have caused very great suffering to the stock and much loss to their owners. " Complaints both loud and long have been poured into the oars of the Government about this matter. For days cattle have been huddled together in trucks without either food or drink. The country people were naturally indignant at the cruelty and negligence of the department, and sought better accommodation. A few days ago the Commissioner for Railways, probably to see with his own eyes how mat ters stood in this respect, paid a clandestine visit to Bourke, whore lie remaine...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 November 1886

COMMERCIAL. Following amo the quottions :-a Sl0ttr, l0t pe i b .......... ....... 0 0 8 to O 0' 0 Factory ditto ............ .. ..... 0 0 9 0 1 0 .IBaon, perIb .......................... 0 0 63 00 8 Lard,per lb .............. .. 0 0 5 ,,0 7 ClLcae ditto .......0.......; ........... 0 0 71 ' 0 0 'tllow, p0 ttw ,n;...:..;..... ....,. 17 0'0 n,1 0 0 Calf kl , ac , 0............. ....... 0 0. PfgIg, alive-perlb ..................,. 00 4 0 O. 0 2 , 110 Calve, .. . 0 0 008 lidos ...... :..;......................;,*',... 0 0 0 O 0 0 ? Z?eoz, per b?U tLet ................. .. 0 a ~ 0 8 0 Oaten Inhy, per ton.,....... ......... '4 0 0 6 0 Thuweino lnyper topy ........"..:.... 0 0 10 0 'otltoes~l per 'ot.... 10 0 ?...., 0 0 1Fowls , per pair ..................... 0 8 ,, . 4 8 Dleks, perpotre......040 0.... 0 . ' 0 (eeseperlpir,: .... 0 0 0 , 0 9 0 'Turkcys, per pair.... 0, ,..,0...... 0 8 0 010 .0 grr, per doon ........................... 0 4 , 0 1 4 N'ovlmber 26, 1880.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 November 1886

,,k }IETINGS Td . HELD. Pwrotestnt AII1nned mtcts Dec.8, . t 7j. No. 12', 4L0!4~1, tuca Dec. 7 at 7ý; No. 11SINLIvWDc t .1 NoI. 1111, ;Olc.;i mtoi Duct. 6 ft 7.811 pin. tJduIii TbdeicntuOe, No. '7, IIImtt4 Dec. 1.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 November 1886

FarmerI8s & 6 ar ,'eners ANDERSON & CO.'S SEED S. FOR ALL CROPS" :r GENUINE <& RBELIABLE ASK YOUR STO'RIKEEPERS FOR TnEM1, AND SAVE DiSAPPOINTMENT.' ANDERSON -& =Co., --SEEDS:MEN .... ,.. d ", • , . ,AND / [, , - ;. ' , ; PLANT IMERCI-IANTS, 216 '& 218 PITT STREET;, i 0 Y D 1Ni"E T 7-7-86 . JoHN RITnllIEm SHIP AtlD' COMMISSION AcENT, ANI) COLONIAL:PRODUCII N ll1OLIANT, : 'Oilctldoi aiti W rt,' t I '/Sydioy.' .... Strit'? 1tntinaon given, t6o Reo irns, S · . .. .7-31.80i-y ' "DTili~e od No 0llla'i of llli , belnks forthrl!i srhanilgo" i'zipiifzif."--..ct iiil beoiiel, . TO THE iJUBTIC. Oll1 0 p 0ti0 tlls alllf i l'rin f00r '111 IrIyo lloo' .J .htime, aro alfraid froni sIieOe ll hu(lhl' inhlouiit nil ~inlhlest y lti ulnoN lAl Y ,olllsllt a mlledic al minai--iithier l l nlietnll hlnve Ilol ho tsolf'-IpOneensiOn1 i slli(I ciolllllctls whcn i hi.tlhe; 1 Oliiti hg rooin, to ccll rllely descriho llli'r 1 Yllyl lh0 l st- -l hlIlr hlnlil, of...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 November 1886

PfEFIkYTEIItAN. &uvime will bo conducted In the Prevbytexlan Churchen on Sunday next by Rev. J. Wllouo ne fullowa ; Jnneberon, at 11 am. Ktauae, at 78DOpin.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 1ST SUNDAY IN ADVENT. NOVEMBER 28TH, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 November 1886

RELIGIOUS. CIIURCII OF ENOLAND. 1~T BUNDAY IN ADVENT. NOVEMDER 28rl, 1880. Dtlinb Rnrfrlo will be conducted o RBunday nont in the Church of England Churches as follow : Christ Church, Kinma, at 11 n.m., Mornlng Pyocr Chrlist Church, 7,80 p.n.--Erninl g Prayer. Rervlcen will bo conducted in the Church of England Jambcroo, on Sunday next. Jambelro; at'11 a.i. SJamberoo, at 7l.0 pa.. .holthorbour, at 11 t?.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 November 1886

DfOME AMD FOREIIN NEWS. The Waterloo '(llinos) correspondent of the New York' I'ribune relates that the killing of Melessa Fultz by her school-boy lover, Eddie. Clark, and his subsesuent suicide, clbseoa ro anarkable story. The Clark and Fults famnlles are representative families of Monroe County, and are closely allied by marriage and politics. Eddie Clark was in his eighteenth year, andc bore an excellent reputation. The objeoot of his. frenzied passion was scarcely 15, a plump de mure little miss in short dresses, with at fair complexion and a luxuriant growth of blonde hair. They had known each other from child hood. A year ago last winter the boy began to. be specially attentive to his little playmate. At that time she showed her preference for ldm in many ways. Last winter, however, when they attended school together Clark found that the girl had no desire to renew the fliftia tion. oe' bemeno reserved and sullen. He coaxed and pleaded for months to regain the affection denied...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday, 12 (noon). [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 November 1886

TELEGRAPHIO INTELLIGENCE, -4- (FRnox OUn oWNv coRRnSPONDwesr.) SYDNEY, Friday, 12 (noon). Sir Robert Fowler has been the guest of the Governor during his stay in Sydney. The Governor gave a dinner on Wednesday, when most of the leading persons were specially invited to moot Sir Robert. Yes terday the Mayor of Sydney gave a similar entertainment. No further progress has been made to. wards the appointment of Chief Justice. Beach met with an enthusiastic reception on Thursday on his arrival at Adelaide. Mr. Abigail addressed a meeting at Dubbo condemning the policy of the Government. The mails per steam6r Lusitania were conveyed) by railway from Adelaide to Moel bourne,l The 'intercolonial postal conference at Melbourne. has closed ; the proceedings are still kept from the public,. Hutchins, champion runner of England, has arrived in the colony., It is expected that the trial of the prisoners: concerned in ihe Mount Reonnie outrage will be concluded to-day. An extraoprdinary find of g...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 November 1886

During the storm early on Tuosdaty morning ivhioh swept over Newcastle, a toent occupiod by a navvy and his wife in tlio bush neaonr Stockton was saturated with rain, and deluged the innatoe.; Th'.lwifo had'only boon confined two days beforo, and the wet caused the death of the infant. The mother is in a preoarious At{ato, A youth nmned William Saunders, non of a 'irnieor on Bokhara Crook, has boon killed by _lightnlng. It appears that he and his brother ,More out on the'run and weore overtaken by a sitorm, A sudden flash temporarily blhndou ttbo murvivoi, who, on recovery of his aight, found his brother dead, the clothes of the lat. ter being torn to piooes. Ills, horse was also killed, CA considorablo subsidenco occurred under Longw.iirth's'Royral .fotol, at Wallsend on .Fri. daiy evening, lotting theo house down and caue lng damages which are eostimated at £200. The ,iround on twhich the house is erected was brolght from the Wallsond Coal Company, who 'rlt the time of the sale re...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STICKING-UP OF A BANK. Melbourne, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 November 1886

STICKING-UP OP A BANK, Melbourne, Wedioesd,ly. Toe Albert Park brannh of the National Bank of Australia was stuck up this afternoon by two young men, aged 23 and 19, who were subsequently. arrested. They gave their names as Jolmhn and Robert Lewie, and say they are brothers.. The manager, Mr. G. H. Dare,,, ust before o!osing, was making up his onesh for the day, and had about £800 in notes and gold upon the counter. The elder of the two men came in, and passed on to the private room at the back of the bank. The manager recognised him as having been in about an hour before, making inquiries alout opening an account. The young man bad then ascertained that the manager was alone in the bank. Tihe iann ger's suspicions were aroused, and he grasped his revolver and ocnfrontod Lewis, ashe entered tihe private room. Dare fired at Lewis, who're plied in a similar fashion. Two shots each were fired, and tie other Lewis then came in. A struggle took place between him and the manager, who then...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(From the Sydney Papers) London, Nov. 23. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 November 1886

(From the Sydney I'apers ) London, Nov. 23. The Marquis df Lorno has had an inter view with Sir J. F. Garriok, Agent.General for Queensland, on the possibility of ac. quiring land in that dolony on which to seottle the indigent but hardy crofters, the Government of Queensland contributing to. wards their passages and the formation of homstuads. Tho. Princo of Wales assents to the final olosing of the Colonial and Indian Exhibi. tion, IHe advises that the Jubilee Institute at Kensington. should. embrace separate representation of the manufactures and reo sources of Groeat Britain, the Colonies, and India. There is a groeat outory in Ireland for the transfer of the carriage of the mails from Southampton to Now York to the German Lloyd's steamers, on the ground that thoey will be taken at a cheaper rate. The Bishop of Melbourne eleot; Dr. F. F. Goo; will be consoorated by the Archbishop of Canterhuiy, assisted by the.Bishop of Man ohester, Dr. Moorhouse, It is considered probable that ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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SHELLHARBOUR SMALL DEBTS COURT. 19TH Nov., 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 November 1886

SHELLHARBOU. SMALL DEBTS COURT. 10ri Nov., 1880. BEFOEna L. W; A. M'Arthur, Thos. Foniviuk, and Jas. M'Oill, Esqs., J's.P. :. . John Haslam v. T.. A. Roddall, worl~' and labour, 10s. Verdiot for plaintiff 5a, and l1 24 costs, Annuio Dettmor v. Frod. Kirton, goods gold and dolivored, £4 3s 5d. Yordict for plautitQ, and costs of one witness. Ohias..Inskip v. Monie & Co., £11 l?4i.4 vordiot ; garnishoo ordorod to issuo for £3, This was an notion to rocov.or the amnoint of a verdict given in a previous notion, Inskip v; Allisoi,.'

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 November 1886

INTEROOLONIAL NOTES. Cafreoy and Penn have been committed for~ trial for the Great Barrier Island murder. The committee appointed ini Melbourne to receive the Champion oarsman, William Beach, moeton Monday night. It was reported that the Mayor of Melbourne had expressed his willingness to receive Beach in his room at the Town Hall, and also offered to place a room at the disposal of the committeeoo. Councillor Garton hdd placed a drag and four at the com mand of the committee to bring Beach and' his party up t? the city. It was then agreed that an aquatic carnival be hold upon Albert Park Lake on Moniday afternoon, the proceeds from which will be presented to Bonae ; and that a 'letter be forwarded to meet him at Adelaide, asking if-ho would be willing to place himself in the hands of the reception commnitteeo in the manner required. A serious assault was committed at the corner of Switn and Grooeen streets, Richmond, on Saturday afternoon (the Melbourne Telegraph reports), the vict...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONCERT AT GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 November 1886

CONCERT AT GERRINGONG. (FROM. A cOIunESPONoPNT.) Tr R aulual concert in aid of the Foxgrournd Publio School prize book fund camen off in the Gerringong School of Arts on the 12th!.instant, and wtis in all respooist ra. decided suocess,' the hall boeing quite full. Thrordfiro,e with a full. 'house, a well.rondered and attractive ,proi, grammo, and an orderly and 'thoroughly ap.? proilativo audience, it must have been v.oryt gratifying to Mr. Swan (teachoer), as well as pleasing to the Indies, Mr. A, Campboll pro,. sided, and opened the proceedings with a fow appropriate remarks ;.he noticed tho programme was lengthy, and would therefore call on.Misa Tyr to play an overture, the opoening pieood, which tha ldy did in a very pleasing and brilliant niannor, and rceived wsll-!pritod, applause. Mr. D. Richardoan than sang in his usual able muainor, a song ontitled "Tliqr Sinuggler," whioh was well reo~ived, ',Jeossio' Droeam" by Miss Miller was much approbiato?. and was heartily encored, a...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 November 1886

'1'11it Sfcar~ Anrr of Bi3Au'rv;-Lioes not in cosmetics, but it i only in puro bloodl and a healthy perforimInncb of'l vital fncldions, to be obtainhd by using Dr. Bell's BitterA.-A?dv. lIout class dontiltry at Reform Prices. Arti. ficial Teeth, Ilut Quality, Full Sets, (uppor and lower) £5, Marshall lBrothers, Surgoorn Dent ista, 183 Elizaboth Stroot, Hyde Park, Sydneoy. -Anv, 8.28.86-y. LECTU RE. A LECTURE will be delivered' In thI Tom S . perance Hall, on. TUESDAY EVENING NEXT by MRt' WILSON?.of Sfdney.: gubjoct : -"The obest way to invest moiiy." . Thli gentluman's lectures are voiy amusing and on Stertainiig. . S.. AD.MIU.SIO. FIR ,,, cQnAn TO LEND in oni or tm'roo sui U 6io Freehold Pecurily. FIANCI8 WOODWARD, Solicitor, 10.-86.' ' . ', 'anningstreet',lKama P. B. IVEY &..C ., . 141 Sussex-st, Sydney, 13RANOllES: Flinders.st.,. Mnlliotirno; Cres - "'?ick.Road, Ballarat ; Wickhami.t., Brisbano. H AVE on Salo'every description of FARM, 6nnd DAIRY PRODUCE, at lowest cur ru...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 November 1886

BIRTH. DAVIS. — November 21st, at her residence, Broughton Creek, the wife of Geo. F. Davis, of a son. The Kiama Reporter. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 November 1886

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. The Kiama lighthouse is going to be lighted with gas the pipes are now being laid down. ON Tuesday evening next there is to be a free lecture in the Temperance Hall, Kiama, The subject is :--" The best way to invest money ;" but the thing is :--" Where are we to got the money to invest ?" The, Kiama Salvationists have been having a high time of it this week. On Tuesday the   Major was down with two or three of his aide- de-camps, and that night they hand a big ton- fight. Again on Thursday night they had a big coffee-fight. Happy mortals. A batch of the unemployed arrived in Kiama the other day, and proceeded to Spring Hill, where they are to be started on the proposed deviation works. We thought that there were enough unemployed in Kiama to do the work,. without the help of a Sydney contingent. ON Thursday last an old resident of this dis- trict, Mrs, Hudson, was brought before Messrs., L. W, A,"M'Arthur and M,, N. Hindmarsh, Esq., J's,P,, as a ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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MEMOIRS OF A STOMACH. WRITTEN BY HIMSELF. —That all who eat may read. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 December 1886

MEMOItIES OF y S'rOMI~H. 'WRITTEN BY IIIMSELF. -That all who ect may read. (coNTlNUlID.) From that hour I date a series of potty grievanicos of a very Protean sort; and really it was .sometimes laughable to hoar rubbing going on for rheumatism; to know that poultices was applied to sores; mineral waters recommended for skin complaints; ay, and oven operations performed on dis eased members, when I alone was time cause of it all: nnd if theo nurses and doctors would only, during my first indispositions, liave allowed me to remain in perfect repose, supplying me with light and nourishing food at intervals, giving me, in fact, little or nothing to do beyond agreeablo recreation, I should have gratefully thrown my feeoot on my well-stuDed sofa, got an agreeable nap, awoke refreshed, and all might Ihavo been well; but a system of medicine, once com. nrencod, involved tihe necessity of its con tinuance, and my feelings may beo bettoer imagined tlhan described, whlen I heard cur tain drugs...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 December 1886

CO!MLERCIAL. luvrr'ri.--Mnrkot i n a stato of collnpso and pirice nominanl. IBauon.---' I)nmnd innotivo. SOoeeso.-''oL'doiewy dclwinvrwla. 0igs.--Largo quantilion of inforior 'ogga corliIlg ilto markut and prices considorably 1Following nro (thI quotations : l dnr, lh, pr" l 1 ,....................., O 0 a to " ,O3 lO ltllory dl 1 i ............. 0.. 0 II ,, 0 0 I Pli ron, per i .. ...... ....... ... ...... 7 ,, 0 ( 0 111111 l bl , I,,I.·I... III· 0) 7 (0 01 7 if tlo , 1 l,or 1 , ... .. . .... . . 0 0 7 ,, 0 0 0 Illi ,o i o.. ............... . .... 0 0 ,, 0 . llo... Io, r ole , *...... ...0..(........ . .... I II 0 7I Ilgo llJIJ, o ,Iy,, pn i b.*,,·,, ·~~··.'l I) II 0 4, Inlfvro, eorl u ..,... I. 0 I 0 U t 11O 0 IO t i , p.. .... . ... .... ..... ...... . II0 I 0 0 II O( tJr I lity, 1,1rt . ... . .. .. .. . I( ) , I ,, 0 0 tiiniitro~o J lO'i/, p "lol .......... 10 0 ,O II 0 1'Iititt000 10, 10,,,,, .............., 0 0 o , ? TI llok,,y, Ipor lo dr....... .. ..... 0I 8" " ,, II I ll~Ui...

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