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HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 December 1886

HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS, It is cld tlhat Prince Bismnuaroc, by lii alvi ice to ii in HltclelbanhC t ilntorviiwi'r to"'rad Golotlin' SFaul, ' " lne I not ollly hllpod tho soonmll-anlt d biook.allterto cloear out ovory hiitlhorlto olniitt opy of tlhat poeii, blnt lina stirred op antil, liatirn, nncl hnst L of Illihar to .dllUne nIew oditioons of it in nall oal izeu and priues. hie timn ChinellCr-llnr alo sirve J rnd a lln unoon acous .ildvOertisor in a moro tdelonte affair. In thelo begilninrg of Feblirnrv the advortielr g columns of a nownpnpor conltninod tlih foulliw ing lnsorlto i'--" Offer of Marrinpe.-A naor. chnllt ofl plnhning oxtoril, 83 yeare old, with a liprosplarus liuiooiins nild a largo cpnl)itnl, iel bloon moved thiough reonding lthell recet ilobntoes il thel Ohlniloeri to seok a wil'oe. An no mInly of tllhue senlrsie, anild espocially his IilhliollU tlhe .Illiio riln l Clinicellolr, warmllly lairieod .i.i emit liility of tile PiillAlI ladit, eli is roeolvetl to wred on on...

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

MILITARY NOTICE. "W ANrTED, 20 RECRUITS for tho Kianm Corps, Volnutenr Infantry. Names to ho given in to Lient. Stevenson on or beforo the 18th of this MONTHII. IIoight, 5ft. Gin. or over; chest measreoment not les tihan 32 inches, and between 18 and 85 yenra of ago. (By order) T. flONEY, 12.8-86 4, Captain. IN THE ESTATE OF JOSEP'II PIKE, LATE OF KIAMA, GENTLEMAN, DECEASED. ALL persona having nny claim against the estate of the anhovonaned deceased are re quested to send in particulars thereof to tio unlorsigned at oneo. 'Dated this 7th day of Decombor, A.D., 1888. TiIOMAS MAIRSHIALL, Proctor for the Executors, 128 lanning-stroot, Kiama. 12.8.8G.3, NOTICE. Dli. 0. TEERRY, M..,O., . .So., F.O.S., having succeeded to the Pradticeo of thi late l)r. Lacoy, will carry on sname at Wa,'atah House as usual 0-22-86. MISS SUTHERLAND, Music Teacher, BONG BONG STREET, KIAA A . S-0 e , W 10-20-8C; GEORGE WALKER, Undertalker, Cabinet-malcer, Upliolsterer. &c., K I A M A. Funorals condluc...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Tuesday, 11.30 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 December 1886

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE1 ' (FROM OUR OWN c00oRESPONDP.T.) Q SYDNEY, . ' Tuesday 1),0 : a m At a meeting of Irisllmeh hold-e.dsterday it was resolved to hold a'public meeting in ' Sydney to aid the evicwtdlte ntsin Ireland. Thu Rev. Canon Alluo~di'ib retired from the Univeesity Senate ?. Tli"t'eamer Cioki?emte is'probably a " The trials of Wright, HIeaton & Co. were rt;I0 uron Monday, Defendants' Oouncil' ioved for their acquittal on two pleas; after heari ig thle argument, Acting Judgo Stephen adjourned the hearing till to dlay. At the Quarter Sessions five persons, (thlreeo fcmnles) pleaded guilty to attempted suicide. George VWest, foreman of masons working on the railway, was knockod down by a pas. sing train at Rookwood and horribly muti lated. In a imatch the Australian Eloven v. Eighteenl of. Auckland, the formor in their first innings scored 104; the latter lost eight wickets for 63 runs. The Victorian Government intends to in vite the Prince and Princess of,Wales to...

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

Hen'h'cnq wit!be wml~~ltc'ier LIi the imoelcyon Churchl o~i suninay ,wxt, na fUtlUwe~ iKhimnn, ntll uan,.--tr. IV. Cornfw2d. JInX'c~m, it 74(1 p.tll.-MC'v. . II. (Ciutinini Ott tiuw c o t 2,80~a prlCl-M~r. 'tV. .Ttunce. (CcCrtngeCle, Cnt 11 i~lm,-ttM'~c. It. II'. Oltuon tfcrctingoiig. At 710 p.CCC-ItOY., it. IV. C)Irt10C CNtIltttCIrt)C)Clr, itt7.ttO tin-M~r. (C. A\. Ruiiwflvtttn lIce. 10. 'V. Oztoil ccitt ccltatllwt ucyllco alt tIc. Nutitec, tlRld~1titnwk on Bluuiii Clint at 21.310 tim.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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GERRINGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 December 1886

GEPRINrO0NG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tu, regular meeting of this Council took place on Monday last, Otih instant, and there were p resent-the Mayor, Aldermen R, Wilson, Harvey, J. Wilson, Noble, A. Wilson, and llindmarsh. . * Minutes of previous meeting wore read and confirmod. CORiIE8PONDENOZ, Tho only outgoing communication was a lot ter to Mr. H. G. Morton-as ordered at last meeting-roquesting formal authority from Mr. D, Berry to open the new road near Toolojooa. The incoming communications wore fromn-1. Mr. HI, G. Morton (in reply to the abovo), con voying Mr. Borry's authority to open tile road for all public purposes; 2. The Municipal As sociation of New Soutlh WVales, asking tlhe Clerk to furnish the name of tile Mayor and aldermen for the current year, and similar informatidn annually after the usual yearly olections have taken place, fur the purpose of beinig entered in a record of the names of the Mayors and aldermen of the various municipalities through out the colony ; 3. Mr....

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

*CONOIWG.AT!IONAL CUIUflCI, (HIUTIIW(ONOI. Thon Iloy, (1. Itefgliwiiy eoiohtcto oorvlcre oo'oro 8lluldny no follooo.B: flnu(rkooloog at 12 .02. ooi3 7 p.0,n Vtoll 2nlitor rcl(jtWItO 21021t thoU FV/IrIoR olCrgyiooo otn t1)c duI~tvict ivll forioool 1202(llrlllclrl(2'2IWIOt op~rtli'i t tifi 11(1(1c enoolao tooIncitod Urnrt nl

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

LOOAL AND CENIRAL NfWS., .. n last drill tlhis yoer for the Kiaina Volun tours takOes plho0 on T'hursday OVening next at 7:10 p.m. ''l follolwinug is the toan soelected to phly lnst r1 o B gIrtghon O1eook 0,0., noi Staturdliy at the Crook :-Softon, Jarvio, Tytor, Marks, L aou, Rlussell, llohatrdson, King, A'0lliv'ruy, Swan, 11ow. lvY a nutioo in anothellor oolumnl It b'will bo soen thIat lCaptlinl Honoy of the Klanuil Vohln tleurs, i cldlillg for twenty recruits to joinl that corps, Names of ilntendinhg vholunto'Lrs may be givon to. liout, Steovollnson oil or boefore the 18th ins0t33ttr T'Iitm 333 of the lo1003 bakers at Waolhin3long 0wer03o 3 3n3ion30ed to 3llpoi3' f?,r hlaving lighllt l3rolul in tleir possesshion, Mlr. ussell . lrollu03 for t1h iludfeollndint5, who3 . 1pl0dud Inot gullty. A fteor 1tarilllg tho lovidlonluu tile c3an w3lr3l3 d3ll5iised53.t T13ll followiln Htlatistio were qiloted, 0 3monlil olther1 , oil M33lldhly nlglht hiy t1hU RyV. W, [lilore, 3n 8hi5Wsl3g 5o33lll...

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

~. . NNOTTICE. "f'Rh, R' O. KENDAL[ ha hoonn nthlrisod .£JL to rocolvo Accountas ill connoction wih tho KTAMA REPOR'rEI, and his rocoipt will be unllioloni guarantoo. S. 1MAJOR, The Kiama Reporter. o- PUIILISHIRD R~EIVIY WODNNIDAY AND nATUIIDAY WIORNING: " IIIIa'oIn Di?oso " oe uouclrdod by mony 08 Inomrnllo, nmul it In well vinith no, oxcopt whlon olpIosOel wltll Dr, Dll's (Kidneoy nndI Livor) 3li1trLN, '1'hl old natl r?llnhle nmodtiohliao hIns p0oolnl poworl In thI nd nll ottr' dlnonon of' tho hidnlloy nld hltildor,. IIt Is piuroly vogolnblo, ald fl IIgiy1113 olttloranodl by phyaulnol t. DionUstl of thu Klidnoy nmul llbaddur nra vory prvam ?.let monig utat Iplt mtiddlo naog nold thoe no mon.dilllultt to onto nar (0 the iloronno, ID', Bull'n (Kl?ioav ?ld [ivor) Ullttar hon lolng Ioolt hiIlowti to Ilo th ll ??loitl noucotnful in tho ucrur of thoL u dliseases " h'novr known to fall." B On, Slturday Slihw's All England Eloavn con linued their inatclh agauilst, the 18 Juniors on the As...

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

OUR MISC?LLANTY, 8nicdaes numbered 042 last year in Paris. The OChieso are preparing to invade 'l'aeellpo. Protoctlonlst Franco has ilncreaseod 500,000 in population in five years. Pilncee Alexander, late of Dul1aria, will visit the Queen at Windsor Castle during ChIristnmas. Thle attempted resouo of Mary Hicks by Stan. Icy vwill. probably jle rewarded by a benefiolt fuind. The repnrted nppoltmeonts to tihe Upper IloUdo nro nlot true,' None have beoon made so far. Thr shipment of frozen meat pot Orient Comn Jelany's steamor Potoei, from Melbourno, realised 4d, pot lb. News lies beeoon received that thIe Ohandler inagore folndered in a cyolone, and that 1200 ives have beeo lout. Tile output of coal from tilhe Burwood Col. liery durilng .the fortlliglht, ending November 27, was 2600 tollne. The Couloenial Secretary has decided to por. Imaneotly close the relief depot at the Inaligra. tioen Barr;aclks oi Wodoesdny poxt. There overe still 830 lmen out of work at the rblief depot on Slut...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 December 1886

VOic ]Box of Clarkn's 13 41 Pills iN wurantod to curo nll dischargos from tho Urinary orpnn inl otithor eOx (a0l9irU d or cosIottutionnl) Gratvel, nd'Paln n thlo Bnack. G0nraontood feoo front Molaroy, 8old ill I]oxos, 4Is Gd oach by all Olemtinsti al Patolt MNlodtiolno VTndors Sole Propriotor, 'Tho ILincoln ndl ilidland Countlies DItug Co, Lincoll, IEnglnod Wholo eale of all th Wholsalo Hou~s.--[Aovt??'] 2.1;86. WHioN Raout sltarting houlsoos linj g consoidor lion ought to bu givwn os to whero is thu host plaoo to get Appl)ls. If in 8ydnoy, lRnY BnoruHilts' Chin anod Glans Shops 402-4, ooroe-slrool il, noar Kiing.s o i whoro moot peoplo go. It is thero you will always Iid an? mCtnpnrablo lotI of Dinttr, TeI nd l Iudroom StIs, aod thio Intent stylos in Glonswr'o antd Chini;n ihoy respuetf rly inrito inspeooimo vinito whotholur you nro an intonding pilroulmnsor or Iot.. -Adtlv. 7.28-86.0y. Tow~ts Pnonyroyal and lfool tills for fo. nmalos ikuloy corroot all iltoulharilius, andt rnliv t...

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

WEDNIiSDAY, DECEMBEtt 8. Ir would'porhnps he too much to expect that this colony should Icad the world in matteor of morality, lunt it s)hould not at the sameo time take precedence of all coun. trios in outrage, immorality, and crimeno. An English historiin at one time spoko disparag ingly of N. B.' Wales as the land of convicts and, prostitutes, and it cannot bo denied even by tlo beost friends of the colony, thlrt many of theo carly "inhllabitants left thir' country for their country's good, and not a fow..of them, in tlhe altered and more fa. vourable oircumstances that prevailed hero, turned out industrious, worthy, and respect ,blo citizens. Thoe. transportation of orimi. nals.to this coloiy, howover ceaonsed many years ago, and people of unhlemished rope tation have freoely onigrated from old coun tries to share the onnefits of Sunny Aus tralia, the land of gold, but whother it is to b?e attributed speooially to the old clement of lawlessness, or to thel depravlity and wantonn...

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

INTEBOOLONIAL NO TfS . The Victorian Govornont haveo authorisaod tihe chlief secretary to aranilgo the nIIOcesII'ry pro liminiaries for thle Centonial Exhibitinn in 1888. Owing to lighted caidloe having boon left in a bodrlom of tihe European l-ttel at Mary. boroughR, two ohildron ivoro fearfully burfnt at an ouarly hour on Friday morning. One has suic died. Two hmlidn'red ild fifty minoers havo roturned fron tho Tootulpa diggings, owing tui the scaur city and bad quality of the drinking water thoro, Theo cnao against Hall for tho murder of thu lat o Caltatin Cain by antimoy-lpoisonilg has boon adjourlloned till Friday next, Theb ovidoenoo whioh Ias alrondy boon adduced showed that thle 1risonor purohaseod antimony prior to tlhe death of C?ptain Onin, W. S, C. tpboll, tlhe tollor of the batik of Australasia, hMolbourelo, wis trield oi Friday laut on ia ehargo of stealing £11t2 12s ld, A verdict of not guilty was returneod. The Ol iMagdala Company, Stawoll, have boon working a roof f...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WRECK OF A VESSEL ON A CORAL REEF. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 December 1886

WRECOX OF A VESSEL ON A CEORAL Tie following particulars respecting the total wreck of the British ship Dunnotter Castle on a coral roof, near Honolulu, have been furnished by the San Francisco correspondent of the "Argus":--"The ship Dunnotter Oastle, Captain IH. A. Martin, which left Sydney on June 9 last, ran on a coral reeoof at Oure or Ocean Island, and bocanmo a total loss. A boat's crew had b oni p ';ed up by the steamer James Maklio, and brought into IHonolulu on September 13. The names 'arc:--Ienry Norman, lirst officer, of Lowestoft, Suffolk, England; Henry Thompson, Holland; William Boggle, Henry Weeks, and Edward IHall, English. men; Charles IBrandt, Germany; Jacob 1-ume, Norway. OCure or Ocean Island is situated inlatitudo 28 degrecs 23 miinutel s north, longitude 178 degrees 23 minutes west, and is one of a long chain of scattered islots and rooks whichl extend north-west from thle IHawaiian Islands. The Gledstanes was wrecked there in 1837, the Palrker, in 1843, and t...

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

NOTES OF THII DAY. Tu' list of candidates who passedl thi Bonior and Junior oexaminations held ii the mnontlh of October last in connecltion with theo Uni. versity of Sydnay, has boon publishid this year with rnoeo.than ordinary dospatch. We learn that the total nuolmber of candidatos who presontted themselves for axamnination in the various suhjocts was 905, 107beinag seniors and 858 junioas ; of the foriler "'83 and of the latter 547 passedu..rTlies it. ap poars that theoroe wore 24. fiiluroes in thoe. senior division aidd 311 in the j'unior, whiclh certainly is a largo numbeor to bo plucked. This mey bo acoountod for by theo nlloged fact that tihe oexaminations are said to bo in creasing in dilliculty overy year. They are doing a vast amount of good, howoverC, throughout tihe colony, as theoy test the value of education given ,in various institutions, whother privateo or public, and so long as lthey are hold, which we trust will boe a long time, they will keep greeon the memory o...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 December 1886

YETINQS TO DE YIELD. PimtOct1ut A~lianor mectR D r.R, ut TA. No. u1u, L.Ot., mrnoot1 Jnu. 4 at Tt. No. lit, L(D.I,., 1ocst1 mu,. 3, at 7,30.. No. 140, L.ObI., ioeetH The. It at TitI p.m. toons of Teuoeuflreco, NVo, 27, :neott IDt. 10,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 December 1886

1 (armCrs & GardeTcr BIJY ANDERSON & CO,'S SEEDS. FOR ALL CROPS GENUINE & RELIABLE ASK YOUR STOREKEEPERS FOR TIIEM AND SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. ANDERSON & CO. SEEDSMEN AND PLANT MERCHANTS, 216 & 218 PITT STREET, SYDNYEY. 7-7-88 JOHN RITOCHIE, SHIP AND COMMISSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL PIIODUCIE llitO?IANT, Caloedonian Whnrl', Sydflny. Strict Attention given to Returns. 7-81-88-y " Disenied Naitoe oftentines broenk, forthi in strango oruptione."-Act ili, Scone 1. TO THE PUBLIC. S3Ii1r patienlts ffecring from erv'oia nalffc ionrs nare afraid froim sioer Ihlashfullnrs nld(1 Itnldscty to rlailto0NArlY consiiult Incdlic'l nmn--olher Inlionts ha lve lnot the selIf-poos:ssiain andll coolnesls 'lwhIn ih, the couiiltiig roil, to ncciintely descrilibo tti'r syl)ptomls--th Ui' Ihanlits o life, aid the nature of theo dioeaso thry suffer fronl. Let slieh porsois (ho or she) sit qluietly down in the plhncy of tlleir own aoparltmnensl, niil with )l minds doiiild ri...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 December 1886

Pnl1B13YTr5flTAN. RE~~wpill irn coladuotttl al tlio VrIbyltodzt ChurlldeR onl Sunday neat by Iarv. J. Wiolan no fullvnra 3nldLbcrou. nt 11 o~ak. Xlarna, at 2s~l.ap.m Itllki, at 7dlWpllnO

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 3RD SUNDAY IN ADVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 December 1886

R ELI G IOUS. CII-URCh OF ENGLAND. 3an BUNDAY IN ADVENT. 'Dhflnar 1orvio will 1w b OelM t1n 3 nmnda ne~xt In hea CtWaho·. of ,agkd ChIurChLes by thel I hoV u ?mrlico Gany ns follown : Christ Churlch, Kitnma, at 11 a.m., Morning Iryer Chlrst Lhun~l, 3.330 p.m.-I-r.venv g Iryrca. 3t3, aOlcoro'o CjIurela, (ldrrillgollug, ilt 2,33 p.m. CLmwley Fot'H1 3Lt, JUlIoMi?IinoJ ROj) i)mat 11 a.m, Mr. Ju1l3 Holbroun. Bervices will be conducted in the Clhurch of ]Egllhand Jo1mberon, on Smdalt n3ext. J3n3~mboo, it 11 a.,m. Sp3'l.dI X33I033n BrerL3s1 will be 3onductcd at Sheltlhrbour to. ln ow, by Mr. W lem 3s follows;:- 3lh.l3ll3m3r3 3r, 11 a.1.33. M?oen's 1nterr, at 3,11. p.m. Ihellh3rboura , at 7.30 pl..

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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VIOLENT CONDUCT AND SUDDEN DEATH OF A PUBLICAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 8 December 1886

VIOLENT CONDUCT AND SUDDEN   DEATH OF A PUBLICAN. A PUBLICAN named Henry Finlay, residing at Evans' Plains, died suddenly on Tuesday last, November 30. A magestorial inquiry was held on Wednesday afternoon, before Mr. H. H. Hutchinson, J.P., and the evidence showed that death resulted from heart disease, accelerated by drink. A statement was made by Mrs. Finlay to the effect that deceased got a license two months ago, and was not sober for 14 days out of the whole time since, he having commenced to drink directly the house was opened. He became so violent at times that she and her daughter had to tie him up. This course they had to adopt on Sunday, when he was drinking and threatened to rip his wife open. He did strike her on the arm, and took up a cup to throw at his daughter. They overcame him and tied him down on   the bed, but he got loose within twenty minutes, and again repeated his threats. He continued drinking on Monday, and   abused a...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 December 1886

£3000 TO LIEND in ono or muore um. on Frehold .Sororily. FRANCIS \VOODVWARD, Solicitor, 10 0-80. MAanning-slroot, Kiama. GEORGE WALKER, Undertaker, Cabinet-maker, Upholsterer. &c., K I A M A. Fnrnla condultelod in any pnrt of the dis trict t mo(ldrato charges. FRANCIS WOODWARD, S 0LI CI' 0 lR, Mannine-street, Kiama. OFFOIC latoly occupied by Mr. J. W. Mlay. Mr. James R. Muir, SOLIC'I OIIt, Fro.mi r li, Wnawndwnrd's ofleo, will attond at iama ( MONI)A.\Y, TUESDAY, and W\ED. NESDAY, in each wucck, 10-0 80. R. HENRY HOLDEN, PHOTOGRAPHER, MANNING-STII1E 1', KIAMA, AND BhROUG I 'ION ClOIEK. Every Style of Portraiture Specimens on view at Studio. SPEOIALIT'Y.--Ennlnrgoniont from Carlo de Visiles, &u. - Old and lfst fcl'nlig pic tures Copiud and Enilnrgod. A choice eoloctilo of Views of *l]iiam, and Illuwarra Scncry. 11.11H.T, will visit lroughtton Crook on Wd niosdnay3, 15th .Uccombor, till Stlunrday, 18th Duoumlbi r, 7-17 88 W, H. PALING & 00,, Ll l/ 7TED, 886 Geo...

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