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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 December 1886

II '?,I I' IIN .m - Rorice\ kill bh econducted It the Pro're',dltrlat Clhurches o" " ImdaQ inxt. by ]Ru. J. Wilow t1 followd J .mlll:l'n, t u .11 .

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEMOIRS OF A STOMACH. WRITTEN BY HIMSELF. —That all who out may read. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 December 1886

MEMOIRS OF A SSTONI3I IH. WRITTEN ]3Y HIMSELF. -2'/ta all who oat muy react. (coNTINUED.) Expericnc has since told me that it is the custom in polite society to commence dinner by a few oysters, to give an appetite to the coming repcst, at which I am ic? no wise surprised; for, directly they arrive at their interior destination, overy description of stomach at all conscious of thlo dignity of his own position as a scientific celbcr of a wonderful body, is so curious to analyso thu remarkable nmolluscn, thccct Ihe secrets a larger amount.of gastric acid than is absolutely necessary for the test, and the residue thoref imipacts an additional stiinulacnt to appetite. During my process of analysis, 1 discovered that this cocnglocmeration of sooeemincg inior. genic niatter is possessed of a very icnpor tlutstructure, having a mouth, pruolongeie lips, gills, miusclcs, livoi, intestines, and, abovo all, a heart, wlcerein may rc pose, for all we may know to the con traiy, soft affeOtions, a...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 December 1886

I.O.G.T. A PUBLIO IIARMONY MEETING. in t'o iLinterests of the Oaklreaf Lodge, No. 282, will take place (n.v.) in the Kiainn WeAlynn Schbolroin on IFRIDAY EVENING NEXT, December 17th, commnencing at 8 pt.m. Good programmne. Adnission, free. 0, A. A. SOMRIVILLE, Scc. to Conimittee. T1.l le Trustee of Nonth IEama' Park invito tenders for erecting a STONE WALL and n neow HARDWOOI) fence, 3 rail. Specification may bo scon on application to -r. I. N, IIindmarslt,.r Tetdors, at per rdl, to Ibe sent to the undersigned, by MONDAY, lihe 20th iest. CIIAS, OAMERON, 12.15.80-1. Iln. Se., to Trustees. NOTICE, T . 0, TERREY, M.B., 0.1M, BSo., Fo.,S., Shaving succeeded to the Practice of the tale Dr. Lncey, will carry on same at Waratah Houllsoe as usual 9-22.86. I ISS SUTIERLAND, VIusic Teacher, BONG BONG STREET, KIA MA 10-20.80.?. N; O.TICE. ALL IOOK DEBTS noe in the Estate of I?lenry Tory, BDaler, Kiania, are to be paid at once to thte untdersigned, wlho is auithlorised to collect the same, 12-1...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Tuesday, 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 December 1886

TELEGRAPHIC INTETLLIGEN CE. (cuoM OUR OWN COnREBPONDiN'.) SYDNEY, Tuesday, Il1 a.nm. The Government have resolved to hold an International Exhibition in connection with the centenary. The Executive Oouncil will consider tile sentences.passed on the criminals convicted for the Mount Rennie outrage to.day. Onrdinal Moran has petitioned the Governor to reprieve the whole of the prisoners. Diligent search is being mado on the coast for those lost in the Keilawarra. T\io bodies were washed ashore yesterday near Fern. mouth, also a quantity of wreckage. An extensive flire has occurred at Auck. land, one Catholic church, one Presbyterian church, and nine other buildings were d(s. troyed. The damage is estimated at £12i000, Mr. Reed, solicitor at Hay, fell down his dffice stairs and broke his neck. Sir H. Parkes at a meeting at Tamworth stated his readiness to take office if required. A London syndicate has offered to pur chase the Burwood Colliery, Newcastle, for £90,000. 7 p.m. The Execut...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 December 1886

RIFLE MATOCH, A MATCoa betwoon a team from Wollongong and a Shellharbour team came off at the rifle range, Shellharbour, on Saturday last, and resulted in a victory for the Shellharbour team by 88 points. In the evening a dinner was provided by tle Shllharbour team, to which the visitors were invited, Appended are the scores : USHELLHARBOUR, ,--Yds-.? T't'l 500 000 J. G. Hicks............ 41 39 80 H. Hicks..................... 33 44 77 J. Craig ................... 3SO 38 77 C. Buraill.,.................. 39 33 72 E, Bursill .................37 30 67 P. Walker .................3 34 31 05 H. Mood.................... 34 20 03 J. D. Allen.............. 40 23 63 J. D. TIhoy... ............ . ..,, 40 23 63 Capt, Wilson............... 24 21 45 Grand total.........,............ 672 WOLLONGONO. r--Yds·--m T't'1 500 600 G. Lindsay................. 42 32 74 G, O. James.............. 42 31 73 Harrigan................ 40 20 00 Almaid ....................... 38 28 00 I. Osborne.................. ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 December 1886

COMMERCIAL. lurrEa,--Markoet wnmped with in'orior butter as nueuld at this tilno of the year. If farmore could possibly cool tlheoir cream, toforo churning, it wouhl add enormously to the value of the article. Butter coming to hand full of milk is alhost valuelouss, as it goes sour0 nd cheesy immediately; grocers will not therefoore puronhasen at any price. We hlave much pleaunsue in in forming dairymen of the South Ooast dis triots that olr coolroonms are now ready for the receulpt of dairy produce of every doaoripthion, theroby enabling farmeors themiselves to btoro for higher prices at merely uomlinal charges. nBacon.-Tondelloy townward. Choodo,.-Fair demand for prilloe. E!ggs.-Coinig to market in bad order, large proportion being very telalo. Poultry.--Plontifil. Largis qantitlie of geose conling to marlket, and pricOs lower than previously. Shippers elhould try and send all their poultry previolls to Christnmas ,wueek or elee dlany until after the hlolldays. Following asi the q...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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INTERCOLONIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 December 1886

INTEROOLONIAL NOTES. On Saturday evening last the sporting editor of the Melbourne A ustrnlasoin received a cable gram fromn tile editor of tile London Speortnman to the effect that Hanlan had deposited £100 for a match with B3each for £500 aside, Hanlan to receive £100 expenses, and the match to be rowed next June. A married woman, named Alico Wiggins, living at South Melbourno with her husband, cut her baby's throat on Friday and thei cut horown. Both died almostimmcediately, Mrs. Wiggins has already been in a lunatic asylum. The family came from Sydney in August last. P. A. C. O'Farrell, solicitor, was charged on Friday last, with threatening to take the lifo of Wm. Laneo, his brother.in.law. e was ordered to find two securities of £200, and to enter into a bond of £1000 to be of good behaviour for 12 months. At a meeooting of the Melbourno Historical Society on Friday night last, Mr. David Blair, the president, gave an account of the first Vic torian Constitutional Parliament. H...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 December 1886

WESLEIYAN . orvioae will be nnductcd in the Waeloyan Church, on Eulway noxt, as follows: hluana, at UI nln.--ey, I. WT. Or1on. R(la~ln, at 7.20 p.mn,--lWv. 11. W. Orton JLmlberoO, at 11 nt,--M[r. "W. Conlford. Jamberoo, at 7.10 pni--Mr, 0. A. Ronordllo )l1d Vlncoe at 2.10 p.m.--Mr. WV. Corfaord. (irrlaluona , at 11 n.m,--lav. O. R. Olaneaun. YangToranm , at 11 n.m.--,r. O.A.A. SolanErllnl Paoxlround, at 7.0) p1.Ka.-ltvv . UR.QOl,,.on. htllallarbour, at 2.10 p.l.m-Inov. It. W. Orton

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KIAMA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, DEC. 14, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 December 1886

EIAMA POLICE O0UP'T, TUESDAY, DIo. 14, 1886. flonE HI. Connholl, Esq., P.M. Fredorick Smith (one of tllhe unemployed) charged with being drunk at Jamberoo on the 11th instant pleaded guilty, and was fined 5is or 0 hours' imprisonment. The samo prisoner was charged with using obscene languagd on the same date, and pleaded not guilty, but when the language with which he was charged was repeated to hImn, he said he know nothing about it, as hle was drunk. Constable Ible stated that heI arrested tlhe prisoner.about a quarter past 11 o'olook on Saturday night, the 11th ainstant, on the publio road; he was very drunk, atnd made use of obscene language in the presence of several persons, and continued to use the languago he was charged with all the way to the look-up. Fined 40s or 14 days' hard labour in Wol lonigong gaol. Henry Columbus was charged with oruelly Ill-troeating a cow, bolonginlg to a Mr. Leoo, of Gerringong, and pleaded guilty. ' The constable who gave the information said t...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 December 1886

CON'OnREATIONAL cnIUROT, OERRINaONG. Thle Iev, O. Ieighwyll conduots ecrevkcs ovorv Sundhy 0as tlloIus - (ierrogRoog, lat 11 n.m. nnd? p.m, [Thu editor requceto that thoe votrtooc chegrlyon of thu driotett will fonrard oiolelueoclniltu of cervices to bh hhld from thee to thno hi their elhrches, whlch nattcco will in eit misec bo Ibecried yertio.1

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 December 1886

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEW0. A PUrBLIo debate takoe place in the Temper. anco Hall, Kiama, to-uight, between the Shell harbour and Kiama Sons of Temporance. A rPnBo harmony meeting is announced by advertisement in today's iesue to take plaeo in the Kiama Wesleyan Schoolroom on Friday evening next. Wx learn with much satisfaction that Mr. Joln Simmons is a candidate for the vacant al dormanio seat, caused by the resignation of Alulermnan D. King. We would diroet attention to tse sale by auction on Saturday next by Mr. 0, K. Wald ion, of furniture, &o., at the residence of Mrs. Brown, Scarborough Cottage, Kiama, A CrICoKE match was played at Broughton Creek on Saturday last botwoon a team froui Kiama and one of Broughton Creek, and re sulted in a win for the Kiama team. OmAston.-In our report of thoe roceedlngs at last meoting of the Kiama Municipal Council thie name of Alderman Love was inadvertently omitted from the list of members present. At Christ Church, Kiamna, thie 11ev. E....

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 December 1886

NO TICE, R.3. RO. KENDALL 1has) ien athloried to receive Accounts in connection with the KIAMA REPORTER, and his receipt will bo suflciollt guarantee., S. MIAJOR. The Kiama Reporter. -0 PUBLISUED EVERY WYEDNEBDAY AND SA'TURDAY MORNING., WEDNESDAY, DECOEMBERI 15., I?TAN'PID, Blrdtl Noast Ferns over 5 foot I l hiyh, for Mnlly IAquarium. A pply, A. GlIFFIN, ire., Jakuokon'. JI~ENDI)RS nro required for the orootion oF an *J. Elgino Shod, For I)partiua1reI apply at the Oolnnil Olanmbur 11till Frldny. 12 1?.80.1.

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KIAMA AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 December 1886

IWAMA AGRIQULTURAL ASSOCIA TION, TuE regular monthly meeting of this Assocla* tion was hold in the Council Chamber, Kiama, on Friday evening, 10th instant, and there were present-Mesars, R. Miller (the Senior vice President), IH. and T. Fredericks, Curtis, Brown, Oraig, Colley, T. and H. Love, Somor. ville, and the Secretary. Minutes of previous meeting were read and conlirmod. CORRESPONDENCe. costitsrozoa¢nteo. The incoming correspondence consisted of letters from (1.) Mr. A. Campbell, stating that having a clearlug-out sale at Kangaroo Valley on Friday, 10th instant, hie did not expect to get back in timeno for the meeting of Committee; (2.) Messrs. James Brotlhers, pointing out that the mistake made by the local papers in refor once to the quantity of milk ylolded by their cow at last show has beeoon repeated in the pub lishled list of prize-winners as per schedule to hand, tlhat the quantity ought to be 401bs. 8oz. instead of 421bs. 80so., and complaining that in. 1885 wlhen the...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 December 1886

£3000 )10 U~IoSI oIIni or io eir I1?iANC1S \VODWAhllD, Solicitor, 10.0-80, Mooniogf-str~uot, KInmln, G. EIORGE WAhLKER, Uznclertalcer, Cabiue~t-niaker, Upolflbltcrcr. &ic., Pl'gaornin codwodlrlllt ii only p01 t of thoG chli. triot ot omodotl,oi oiiorjon. FRANCJIS WOO7DWARlD, SO1 fI OI ' O Ii, 11aunin~e-streot, Kiama, ·:OFFI"O Intoly nartlipiod bry jr, J. \V. Mony, M~r. Ja~mes R. MIIuir, Prii si.W oinrrio lur r~o , l t ffod o lilaiotn oin MI()NDAY, TUESBDAY, noel \VMi) N~i3DAY, 100 80, ]R. HENRYB HEOLDEN, PHIOTOGI·nAPHERR MANN1NG.'SUS''I~II& J 1', 1T1lhhrE, ~ II niQUG ii. 'I'ON O)IIEI(IIC Every Sty~le of Portra'itu~re Sjcliowou nc l viow ot Sltudio, \'"l~e Iio i uoulor, L11. Oi ni fit nlirig~ 1ido terc ll 1 olio ne iueou, A ohuivu' ~ ~ 7·1 0euftreo Vew WE SHOULD BLOT OU~T DISEASE IN ITS EARLY STAGES. THE disease commences with a slight de rangenmeo t of tile stomnach, hbut, if ne?g lected, it ih tiim, involelV's the whole frame, em. hrncilngl kide kld ys, liveTr, )ale...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 December 1886

THE quarterly meeting of the Sydney Chamber of Comnmerce was held tihe other evening under the presidency of Mn. W. M'MILLAN who hasjust returned from an eight months' trip to England. It is quite customary now for publio men to visit Great Britain, and there is no doubt that con sidorable advantage is gained by doing so. Visitors arle able in this way to gauge tihe true state of publio opinion at home resp~~ting the colonies and questions of policy connected with them. The main ol j.ct of.Mn, M'MiLtLAc, as might have beeoon expeoted, was to gain such information and experience as would, eonable him to assist in further developing our industrial and com. morolal pursuits, At the same time ho gave attention to questions bearing upon the in terests of the Empire as a wl!ole, and he consoequontly gives his views on thile question of Imperial .Federation, the political posi tion in this colony, and other mattoers. The Federation Question has boon discussed largely of aInto both in publi...

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STOCKYARD MOUNTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 December 1886

STOQXYARD MOUNTAIN, ((FRO. A COREPONDERNT,.) THE annual celebration in conneootion with the Public School at this place cames off on Tlhrc day last, Early upon tho morning montioned there was every indication of rain, and about 10 o'clook it commenced to fall very heaonvily, and continued for about two hours, when strange to say the weather suddouly oloeared, and thelio remainder of the day was buoutifullyconl, calm, and enjoyable. a'owovor, the rain lhad, tl1 offeot of stopping a considorable number, espeooially thoase residing at any diatance, from being present, consequontly the attoendano was limited iln groant measure to those living in the vioinity, and many of our Jamboreoo friends, whose faces have become famniliar to us through their beinolg presentt at every previoVUus occasion of thie kind, were conspleuous by their absence, but notwithstanding this there wore a suficient number present to makeo a very successful mid upon the good things laid out in the mas;quoo,. adjaeon...

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OUR MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 December 1886

OUP5 MISCELLANY. 'Thl ovdernnionot Ihavo docldetld to fitalt a £J,000,(IO liantnoxt January, beoing the second inslanhlint of thu £8,000,000 railway loan. 'Tho Land Coim'iissihor at Cornaldton hnas tolographed to the Undor-Socrolary for Lauds ais follows :--Suo Log, a, storotiooper on thll tiortl blnloch of thllo Johllstonell livor Iis hanided mo Ia writton roeprt stating that oil thU Ist inaltnt.ia tnobl of ahout 100 blanoks, sr?no sa'med witlh rillas, attacked a cannp of 14 COhinoso. Tho blacks shot 00 Olhintuen douad, carried anothur away alivo, anttl sovoruly woundod a thladi. Theoy osto ovorythiog ill clullp, inloludilg a r'volvrel, rilb, niltui tion, anld a swaL bau lotgiog to Mr. hlartlo, a prospootor. Thu TtUtmtohdttlh /h/'ald writes :--" Mr. L,. Feonoh, alo arrivtd hlars the othor dlay from the Notrthorn T'?orl'ritory, rn route for Ado liido, inflorI's us that the blaoha on Alico Dow,,ots raolrtod to hItim tlttt II whilo m111tI, who halls boan liviog with themo somto y3'ara...

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NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 December 1886

NOTES 0~' THE DAY. Tue recent collision botween the Keilawarra and tile Helen Niool is one of those marine disasters which shook and horrify the,com. munity. The damageo sustained by both vasuls was great, and the former vessel, it is said, sunk seven minutes afterwards, and upwards of forty persons mob with an in stantaneous dedth and watery grave, We cannot help thinking that such disasters are to a great extbnt preventable if proper care were taken by those in command. The Ly ee.Moon calamity and loss of life at Green Cape had hardly ceased to be talked of when we hlorier of the stranding of the ss. Coranga. mite at Wreck Bay, and a day or two after wards of the collision referred to which occurred near South Solitary.Island. Tihe weather it seems on Wedlnosday evening last was very thick, Rain was falling about the timled of the accident, and the winds were shifting about oonsiderably, Under such aircumstances it is expected the captains of coasting vessels, especially those hav...

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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 December 1886

1'rte~tnnt AliIrwoa rnents lice. 22, urt 71. No. 140. L~O.L., zncct Joln. 11 inl ?.30 Vo.m ofn u'frc'iiperauce, N'o. 2?, imcotj D~cc. 10.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 December 1886

'Farm'911s & G'ardeCers'S ANDERSON & CO~S SEEDS. FOR ALL CROPS GENUINE & RELIABLE. ASK YO~JR STORIEKEEPERS FOR TIIEIM, SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. ANDERSON & CO., SEEDSMEN AND PLANT MERCHANTS, 216 & 218 PITT STREET, 7-7-80 JOHN RITCHIE, SIP? AN)D OMMllSSION AGENT, AND COrLONIAr PI!ODUE, M ERCIII\ANT, COnlutdonian \ihart, Sylloy. Strict Attention givon to Returns, 7-31.86-y "Dioismsn Nnltio oflteoinicoH blroeaki forth in dhitrige cruiptionh."-Act iii, Sione 1. TO THE PUBLIC. OM, pali'nlH itff.iring from iilrvous nfftec . tionsH nro alranil froii lhoooi' lIanHlrIhIlIosH 1111d (0th-flcty I( ( nI'HONALLY coniilt n medical niln-oliher tinlianill have nol tlle iulf-poBLBmI.'i31 s11ii lonlieHs wlihenl ill the coIimilltiiig roo1l1, to le rcntl ely depcerio lili'r i yi' l ii p?tiin - lh lirl lanl its of life, nlld tile Ililul o'a T tleo (iiciain o till)y stiffr 'roin. ol HIlcii perCHOII (hio or lhe) sit quiully down in tho privni'y of thliir own onp"iirlllell...

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