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MAIZE CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 December 1886
MAIZE CULTIVATION. Or course overy one knows how to oullivate corn, and most farmers would ]augh at the idea of being told anything new about it. ft is an easy matter, certainly, to run the plough or cultivator through botween the rows, and give the soil a good stirring up. But does it over occur to the mind of the ordinary farmer that he may be doing the corn about as much damago as good 1 Oorn is a surface feeding plant. Indeed so are most, if not all plants. Some food deeoper than others, but none of them go very doeep for food. The tap.roots run down deep for water, but the feedors keep near the warm suifacue, if there is sullilent moisture, The wetter the season, the nearer the surfaco do (thy colme for food. Tlhon, if a dry seanson conies on, tlhey seller quickly from the drought. Those nearest the surface wither and die. It is better if they start in a rathoer dry soason, and the heavy rainfall comes on.later. Then they can put forth additionual rootlets to roach up near the ...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Thursday, 12.14 p.m. FATAL COLLISION BETWEEN THE KEILAWARRA & HELEN NICOL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 December 1886
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. (InoM olin owN colusp0osoNDar.) SYDNEY, Thursday, 12,14 p.m. FATAL 0OLLISION BETWEIEN THE KEILAWARRA & HELEN NIOOL. News has come to hand of a collision last night betwoon the steamers Hulen Nicol from Grafton, and the Koilawarra bound to Brisbane, in the vlcinity of South Solitary Islands. The Kcilawarra went down in seven minutes with 25 of the passoengers, the cap. tanin aid 11 of the crow. The Hloelon Nicol lost six of her crew. h Friday, 11 a.m, The (I-?lon Nicol arrived in harbour this morning; the informationat presoent derivod is very limited. Those saved from the Koilawarra weroe-- saloon, 6 steerage, and 23 of the crow; amongst the former ard Mrs. Wilson, datughtor of Madame Oraan. dami, E, Il.'Grado, jockey, Oaptian M'Donall, of the Sydney Scottish Hlifos. ThI Keila. warra was insured for two thirds of her value, and the H-Iloen Nicol for £9000. The passengers on board the Hulan Nicol wore uninjurod, but six of he)I crow wore orushed to d...
FA[?] RIORDAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 December 1886
1A IORDAN. ory :ti0o1s and happy co r, Jacloll's onI. bid ll to the looverold who oltaiood twelvo one active duties on Lo. compnply, about ld Ilo'vorondl Dean loot ty, and Fathers 100 A light lunchelon g n0lorillg, inll d ry ising and sub-. ulo upon the table Si wich 111Mr. J. M1. n I llsy the chair, and S htad been called the l, he felt unoqlTal y uhowevor, all aware o Illtmoting wOs o1ne tho ,I for som, little di tustlify their love 0ar i1nd lll pastor, b Illa y i 1dn1111os10 f to , both a0s cloer;y 1 I uvorything onl o its of the Uhurolh, t li I ind pIator, rand, oil 0lIrgylan, ieo had tal I a true laL) mnand felt' woli be oxprll. d oeutls in the words sIll 0htl by 01y Side, 0 t taltr with liO1, o to10 chango Falhor S'eo, though his ,i osity, would tendl f Is olth, oj ho I the fo wing ad 1 8th Docembol, 1880, fool f regrot that we have par rem our d) totot, nud w,1 )0r(Iinily o0f1 sPrtno usgl to onld , our ll ll I t liucero It It(cel)lUll Iof 1110 8eUon S I i llo 15 t I totntllto...
MEMOIRS OF A STOMACH. WRITTEN BY HIMSELF. That all who cut may read. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 December 1886
-MEMOIRS OF A WRITTEN BY IHIMSELF. -That all who cut maU read. S (cox'rNu?.) There sat the grim Nord, as unconcerned as though he had never moved, taking coun cil of himself how best he might punish the would-be assasin, and at length with gloomy brow he thus spoke: " Know,.oh, man, thou must die ! It is written in the book of fate that if ever I pardon the villain who seeks my life, misery and woo will alight upon my people, and the portals of Valhalla shut against me ; therefore thou must dio I I might have pardoned thy rash design in honour of thy patriotism ; but destiny for lids it, and by Igdrasil (at this dreadful oath the earth shook) thou diest I All I can now do to lesson thy just punishment is to render thy death an easy one instead of sending thee to the torture-chamber, whore thy cries of sulering would charm the hearing of the fallen Eumenides. Their wrath, however, must be appeased, and the cries of agony thou would'st have uttered must be perpetuated for ever through...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 December 1886
Public Debate. IN the HIALL, Kinma, on WEDNESDAY, . Docombor 15th, at 8 p n.,, botwonn thei Shelllhrbouro and Kinna Sons. SUO3JI OT : ' Who exoraisOO the greatest influlonon for good 'n the world--Manor Woman." Members moot at 7 sharp, PU1I3L1COIIDDALfLY INV''ITID, 12.11 80.1, W. CO11ORNFIRD, R,., NOTI 0E.. ALL BOOK DEBTS duo in the Estato of A Hioery Tory, Baker, Kinma, are to bo paid at onrceo to theo indorsignold, who is authorlsod. to collout 1ho ensna. 12-11.80.2, . , O. KENDALL, MILITARY :NOTIOE. WlTANTED, 20 RICORUITS for tim Klamno Corp", Volutloor Infantry, NRnmon to be given in to Lint., Stovenson on or Mbfore tlih 181th of this MONTHI, Hloight, ft. 1n., or over; hoast 110n101101nt not 108o than 82 inchos, and hotwoon 18 and 85 yaonr of ago. (ly ordor) T. h1ONIY, 12.8.804, Captain. .Preliminary Notice, Annual Catholic Picnic, To take planco B1LOW HOTE POINT, BOXINC. DAY, DI)OIMIIEIII 27' u, 1888, TjITO¶MAS M'OA1' IEY , Joint IlCINAID M' 1UOKIN, Jusvt, J 80oo, 12.11.80 IN T...
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 December 1886
CONOIlEOATIONA. CIIUR1CII, GlIll~ITlNON'O. T'he IRev. U. ltghwaly conllducts scrvices every Sundaly pi follows:- (Orro rong, nt I1 n.m. aind 7 p.m. [l'ho mtlitor reluts thal the v nrim rl?? ?,l? n of the diktrlut will foerlmtl ItIlIIeIIWeIIIC t oflvt Of $(!Ir''ics tO he hIld ]lmlilnU Im thllnem In th?eIr etIuhuihs, hldIle notiUot will It ill 0ca1e0 ha illh1ttl gnittte.ý
KIAMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 December 1886
KIAMA MUNICIPAZL OOUNIL, A min'rino of thu Kinitm MuAicipal Council took plitco oil Thurlsdaiy list, and thore woro lrosulit tll MAyor, Aldurnion MIljor, Cole, Nobllo, and Craig. Tih following mninutos woro road and con firmed, munoly :--. Of ordinary nootiny, hould on lthi Itlh Outober ; 2, 3, and 4, spucial moot ings hold oi thlo 21)th Out., and oni thu 10th and 23rd Nov.,, ruspuctivuly, (JO It 1'SPONDi N OFt. Tho Clurk ruod coplics of luttors iaddrossod to 1. Mr. T1. Marishall; 2. Th' Miii fnist for Minos ; 3. Mr. J. H. P. Hobhb ; 4. Thn gonoral inigoi'r. City Bank . TIlho Cnuncil'a slicitor, Mir, T, Minarshall ; . Mr, D. King 7, Mursirs. Johln lowlur & Co. 8, Mosars Hud0ni Bro thlors; 0, Mr. A. Ros; i 10, MoAssr. )D. L. Dymook, AI, N. Flindnmrali, nid J, P'iko. The lottors inwards woro froin '. ihe City hBnk, Sydney, stating thail tho luttor froil Mlussn'. Fowlur & Co., hald not boon ondoroed as advisod, but thoy unlldurato.d from tlhir Kihun mimangor that tLi Co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 December 1886
BOROUGH OF KIAM1A. Election of Alderman. EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY. NN OTICE i horeoby given Ithat a meeting of the intepayors of Kinma W\ard will hi hold in the Council Chuuuhere?, Kiam, at 12 o'clock (noon) on TUEISDAY, 28th inltantl, for thie purpose of nonlintling nld elecling o(lle nlderlnnn in the r0oo11 of ex-Aldermnal D. King, resigned. Nominatione of endi(inlalte must be in tvrilirn andl must he delivered to mo on or befuoru MON D)AY, 2011 instant. G ilt11G E SO lEIllYILLE, lReturning Olicr. 9lth Dec., 1881. 12.11-86. The Kiama Reporter. -0--- PUBLISIIIED EVIiEY WEDNIESDAY AND SATURIDAY MlOlRNING. SATURDAY, DEICEMIBER 11.
KIAMA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, DEC. 9, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 December 1886
XIAMA POLICE OOUI'. TuunaDtA, Dtoa. 0, 1880. BUti'onn I,I COnnill, Esiq., P.1. Walter Gould (a child turiod 12 yo'nru of ago), an apprlntic from tihe St to Uhilhdron's Departllniolt, was ohllruol willt Ilonli?g £2 (roli St. IJn?ph's IC?nvullnt, Janiiberoo, HI pladnted guilty, andl w orlured to bo imlpri nllled lor oneo hour, mild thou iio h lltandedl It'uk to hlis maltor, who coniuntllld to lta hiim nback again. Putor Johnlton wea chatgod with naing oh. a?cono lanuigou in ia pIutlic phiio ait Corrinllong. iu ploenaldl gullilty, alii was flood 40+; in dtl. fault, 14 dai~' hard labour in linma locll.unp.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 December 1886
Tn.Pvr the press is a powerful instrument foi ellbcting good or evil cannot for a iomen be denied, and that it is usually manipu lated in such a manner as to advance til public iltoerest is also equally cortain. Quos tions connected with the public lifo of th, colony in every department .are taken ul and discussed with marked ability, and or the whole with fairness and impartiality The newspaper critic should in all cases pay due regard to the lawful rights o othors. Thu range of his criticism is in it self practically unlinmited, and if 'ho alwayi harps on one string, it is simply thI reauli of his own ignoranco and want of ability t&lt; comprehend fully and comment in telligcntl3 on the current topics of the day. The tin, was when newspapoers woro rare, and roai by few ; now they are looked upon as indis pensable to civilized life, and overybod3 must have a paper. The person who pos sesses a set of types and a quantity of ink and who can command the necessary skilloc labou...
HONOURS TO F[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 December 1886
HONOURS TO T A oATillrohNo of o vo? cllhracter took plnce \\reduesday ilsi, to Il thlller Riordan, \'I monthl lolav of bse. ccount of ill honhlt 'forty iln number, inh . ]]FlueigRa, Arch I'li IHay13, R nou , an, d lt dlitio to the V?e ttilltial tllijo r pi at thho usual hour, Daley wae called upon in doing so retiunarklrdl Supon on0 the spmr of ti to Iho occ?nion. 'l'v I that the objoet of the' whlich lallou0upi(ud tl ,. timio Ipast, nielily, a ti and respect to t eir wvif llather Ililrtlan, who I had endeared i il noelu t it, 111a11 and ita geutiluilin; (laoieod L to ri'l(ihu e Iti hIo tai h?eot a it tl(, I n part frou his positioi iver dilllOtli llIedlilo flld lI a get t ottiuI, tand ht f11 sinrg their ol'oling le uli of the post- Shaill Tn k ti e braveo s !l III thi llCal e of I l llilIlll 81hu111 ivko UlI 1 fr oiti If hl) kLIUUtIK nLut beflat' itn oonclusion, ho 01 I Iliordtlnt was aboult paIrishiloters Iegoletad l to theo ilproveyolt oil Mlr. A., I. trtis the. dross :- 'I'o thl...
AFTER SEVERAL YEARS. "Stoke Ferry, January 9th, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 December 1886
AF1TE'II SIVIIIIE.h YEARS. " Stoke Ferry, Janary 9th, 1884. " Gentlioen,-I have Iused Sdigel's Syr'up for severaln yearsn, iiand have I'ollo d it a most elirlh cions remiedy for Liver complaints and geieral bebility, and I alwVays lwep sn1 bly '((e, and cannot speak too highly in ihts paiso.--I rtenini yuors truly, " Harriet King." AFTIER SIXTIHr.N YEIAIRS. "95 Nowgato Street, Worksop, Notts. " December 20th, 1883. "Gentlemon,--It is with the greatest of pleasure 1 accord my testilmony tas to the eTl oaey of Mother Seigol's Pyrup,. lily wife, who ihas suffured from anolto DyI'spelnpa h'rovIr six. toon years, is now perfeotly bettor through tlho sUole help of yor, Syrup. I 1aV0 bjOut pou11ns inl medicines flont doctors-ill fact, I hogila to think she was incurable, until your marvellous medicino e was tried,-1 remain,' yours. than.k fully, "Alfred Ford."
NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 December 1886
NOTES OF THE DAY. Tue return of William Beach in possession of the championship after rowing successfully with all coniers on the othier side of the globe, is an event worthy of a passing notice. When he loft our shores a few months ago to row upon the Thames many people thought it was a wild freak, and that like Trickett ho would return without tlhe balt, It has proved otherwise, howovor, and ho has taught the English pnople that his defeat of .Hlanlan on the Parrianatta River was not accomplislhed by a hluke. His grand physique and excelleint style of rowing eicitedh the admiration of aquatio exporlts, and his perfiorniacstl in some of the slate matches, we are told, sarpassoed all pro. vious records, At one time however the championship was in danger, and tiha wasn in the famous muco with Uatudaur. Never sinoo he ooanie champion was he so hard pressed and never was such an oxhibition of rowing witnissed upon the Thames. We verily holievo that his victory on that occasion and, tho...
JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 December 1886
AMBEO 00., (FRIOM A CO)IIREOPONIx)hNT.) '1'nE usual fortnightly mooting of the MI.T. and P.D. Socieoty was hold on Monday night- last, themo being only It limitod lunmber prosent. SMao little titm3e ago the mootings of thi soolity wore looked forward to with intersat, and orx tonsively pItronised by tho geoneral public, but latterly this intlrest has apparently died out, and now inslulld of crowdoed houses you so empty Ibonchus. The reasons for this with d'awal of public supporLt re inconmprehenuible, oexcept to the initiateod, "alnd those in the swin," The'P total absenc of h1dies, moro pirticularly young ones, frlont theuso unetings no doubt ha1s a deal to do with the absoneo of IMlanly youIg mIn. Formerlly, dons of our in tellectual young ladies used to graco those muetings with their /1'0e0senc ; new you might ts1 well salrch for 1a pound of bulttor in Ilads10 1as for 1a lady at onl of thoel. It 1iny '1 be that the young ladies were biouoling too onlihtonod lund inteollitual, or...
AFTER MANY YEARS. "Whittle-le-Woods, near Chorley, "December 26th, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 December 1886
AIrIIets ,ANY Y.EARW, " Whittlo-le-WVoods, neoar Chorloy, " Docemolhe 20th, 1883. "Dear Sir,--ttlher fuiuel's indiilno setll oxeestding well with nu, nll that li'y it spea?: hih Ily in its In vur. We had a case of a yning lady that had bieon tronbl'ed manny yeanrs with pains after eating. She tulls In that the pail w\ar entirely tancOn away aft,.r n few doses of your medicicn--Yours tiruly, 1 E. Peel."
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 December 1886
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. ----~-- - - Tos memlllole of the Kiitma Sune of Timpeor. 0nce are reqAested to moot at the hall at 7 o'clock sharp on Wodnesday evening next. \W have received a copy of the Broughton Creec Agricultural and Horticultural Associa tio('s Prizo ScheidulL. The book is deomy octalvo, and cont?illns 30 pages. It is neatly printed, anlld reflects credit upon the printer, Mr. Juohll A' Letan, of the 13roaqhlkan 0 cek Reister. Allyoneo desirous of seeing the saiom may do so by applying at this ollice. \\ri this issue we calu einnce to issue at supplement, fund will continuu to do so with every )Satturday's issu0o, As our readera will observe, the supl)lomonlt contnins II 11'geO amount of usoful nlld interesting readin, \Vo will issue a special Christmas supplement, and in order to onlblo us to give subscribers good value for their money, we hopeo to .hav1o the pleasure of adling many now nliames to our ial ready largo list. 'Il , R1ev, Maurico Grey, who, it will be re ...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 3RD SUNDAY IN ADVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 December 1886
1iEL IGI O US. CIIUICII OF INOGLAN,). O3, SUNDAY IN AI)VENP. Divino Re rvloo willba l onducted on lunlay next in 1m1 Churh of Englanuud Churchel by Ute Iev, M.anic, Or ny it follows: Clrit Chum h, l(iin?n, alit 1 n.m., Mriming Pncyer Christ (Clnclh. 7.30 p.lm.-l-rn, n llh ]'n)cr. lit,. Clamoo', Clurch, (r?c rli'm?go, it 12.10 pin. C lr]oi l?F'?t (St. Jollll' .Misslon Rloom) ait l a.m., Mr. Joh 1 ]olbroolc. Svcl ics awill beo ondulcled in th1 Churchl of England JmI|J)m))eoo, oil SlI)'unday next. Jmbllloo, tit 7.130 In.m. lSpcclnl Mission Se&rvlcs will hoecnondted at Shelllmarboitr to .Ioanmmw, Iby m. W?'lcs Ial followS: h;lllhrhour, 1 matn. Men's SOaervlce, at 2.8l1 p.tl). Ihelllhalbourl', at 7.10 p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 December 1886
Farmers & Gardeners ANDERSON & CO.'S SEEDS. FOR ALL CROPS GENUINE & RELIABLE. ASK YOUR STOREKIEPBERS FOR TIIEM, AND SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. ANDERSON & CO., SEEDSMEN AND PLANT MERCHANTS, 216 & 218 PITT STREET, 7-7-86 JOHN RITCHIE, S11P AND COMMISSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL PRIODUCtl MhiltCIIANT, Cullonioan Whnar, Sydney. Strict Attention given to Returns. 7-31-80-y "Di)ioced Natunl oftefliltns Ibrelonk forth il strange ortiptions."-Act iii, Ieene 1. TO THE PUBLIC. 0SOMIS1 pnlil) iinlufftilgilg fronm el'VOUR anfl.o lioiH nirc afnrnid 'fron(t ilicCr lhatiliulllnies anlld Inodllity to PI'ltOIISNALY c'oliill n medical iiinii-(,tlior lnilieils have l noIt1 the self-post.s'siHio anlld (vonlnsH whIn, in the cuminlting Irooii, to .noFlwlrulely describho Itheir syptoinoe-their linl it of lil'o, utid I til nd(iure of lho (dieoII e tli y see'ur fronm. Lot HIlu IprsoInI (Io or lihe) ilt qliotly down in the pivi'ay o1' th'.ir own I apni) III'IIOt, unit wi (ll 1i ...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 December 1886
Sorvici will be condu?cted inl the Wesleynn Chuirch, oni Stlln liuy next. ILt follows : ]I nitl, nat I . anm.-Mr. W. Cornfonrl. .lJInIniun iiiu , tt it i ll- i lllllll .-'Yiti Vi' Ti w .Kiinjb'c?io, ut 7,:n0 pI.mi,-Rev-t. It. tn(rlion. (tintbeltnol a t It a.mn.-- r. TV. .Tnite h (tenib~etti . titt 7.: nti-tttuo..itV. itni i. Oli4hlnobtiui', ni ITu n.hn- nxtct. It. i. ritcon h Bi1eellhH.nn ii, nut 7.:80 iu.iu.--tt. i0. A. Somtelville Be. Idltcbuuc, oil Sndnany next nit 2.0 tint