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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 December 1886

PIl1SBIYT1IUIAN. ?BorvIr~ will ho oomlduotoa in t~lio Pr';hyt~czlan Clrl c CII lunulny iwxt luy IloY. J. Wiluon on fulluwa I .Iuulnbu~,ro, ot 2.30 p~ll. 3Cnnlol, ut 7A:lOp.In.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 4TH SUNDAY IN ADVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 December 1886

1t EL 10r I 0 UJ S. CHURCH OF ENGLAND 4m1 SUNDAV IN AD)VENT. Didin Aycllco aiilIIlii (OWIdiltt'd onl Bmldi~y wxt In thue VbnrciwnPl~~u ~I Iq.) LL th ]~UIIUv Mn1Urlco Orny wU fnIlnwuc binit ChuirCh1, Rhunn, Ht II nlm., 7ttoml..gI PInyorC tUlntot Ch~urch, 7.30 p,:o.-Evcniii 1'.nypcr, Hervicco w1il huo conductetd 1In Ihe Church of Englond Jn1bo~ohu nodr BhlUtth.'rhoor, by Roy~ , LCalford, oo Suordoy urn', 0 'Ils·owlfa Jolbcreou, ot 10 0.0'., Obt)lellborhor, ot 7.00O Po.m

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-Operative Company (Limited), Commercial Stores Sussex-Street, Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 December 1886

SO MMERCI AL,. Southl Coast and V\ost Canmdlnl Oo.oporative .Compnny (Limitod), Commercial Store Snasox-strect, Sydney. Following n'o tllohe quotations,: Iltto rlet, pae rlb. .,,?,:.,.,?,,, 0,,; 0 " O6' to ' '--0 6 ctory dittou........ :........ ... . 0 0, ,, 0,.0 eon per lb ......................... .... 0o O0 . 0 0 'L~rd, per 1b .............................. 0 0 0 'r. º,` , 0"0 7. Cheese ditto ...:.:.........:.....,....... O.O;:0.:-,." 0 0 8 Tallow, perton .......................... 17 0 0 ~ 17 0 0'i j CAlr klns, each ......a.h......,.:..... 0'" 0 9 r 0 0''9 IN, ,aliv(lw perlb:.... ... . ,0 0 4, .I 0.0,-4 Callves, well ..,. " 6'. 0' 1 10'0' IOdec ................. .... ...... ...., 0 0 0 ". I " 0 0'8 Maize, per bushel .....................:. 0 8 9 . 0 .40 Oaten IZ ?'?, ip r ton.......... ...:1.:.:." 8'.' '0 i' O 10 0 0 :"Luerno'llay, per te ..,:............. ",?1 10 0 8 ,. . 6 '8 0 I'owstos per poa....,,................ D 0 0'.. 40 B0 ]?owls, por palr...;;.i. ,:;..' ;..;,?;.... '...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 December 1886

O(lP Box of Clarke's B 41 Pills is warantod to euro all discharges from the Urinary Organs ii' either sox (acquired or 'constitutional) Giavel, and Painls in the Back, Guaranteed. freo from Mercury. Sold in Boxes, 4s8 d each by idl Chemists and Patent Medicino Vendor s; Sole Proprietors, The Lincoln anld. Midland Counties Dlug Co., Lincoln, England. Whole salo of all the Wholesalo Houses.-[ADVr.] 2-1.816. Nbtice. I 8.. N. CO6IPANY'Seioeaoer will not leave . Kianma 'or Sydney. oil MONDAY, 27'i INSTANT, until 4'p.n.' No cargo bhooked or received after 10 a.mn (ueual ihour for snilidg,) :I ' :H, KEON;. KIama, 22ud Docomber,,,1886.." , 12.25-80-1, Borough' of 'Kiama. TENDERS are horeby invited for the right to. L quarry blue nmtanl Ir Brown-stroot, .Pike's Hill, on tlih sount side of.Torralong-Atrcot. Ton.' dora to be nddroenod to the Mayor not.later than 11 a.m. on'6th JANUARY, 1887., '".. ' JAMES 'SOMERVILLE,' 24-12-66.5. Cdiouil Clork. FRANOIS. WOODWARD, SO L 0 I T R, ManninE-street,...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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OUR MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 December 1886

OQU MISOELLAN'Y, Tuesday next has been proclaimed a public holiday. A shed is being erected, for the tramway The now Oriental Bank directors have do clared a dividend of 5 per cent. The three reprieved Mount Ronnio criminals have been sent to Berrima. Hanlan and Beach are matched to row for £500 aside on the Nepean in June next. A man named William Latne was struck dead by lightning at Ruthorglen, Victoria, Lord Colin Campbell's divorce case has ter minated, after 18 days' hearing, in the dismis sal of the petition. A man named Francis Craig committed suicide at Newcastle. The unfortunate had been drinking heavily. An old man named Metcalfeo, a prominent salvationist, was found dead in his bed at Bathurst on Sunday. Joe Bragg, the converted thief, who says he has spent 22 years in gaol, lectured at New castle oil Monday to 500 people. John Lewis, Who robbed the Albert Park Bank and fired at the manager, was on Monday sentonced to toll years' imprisonmet. On Tu'usday last the Quoeasl...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KIAMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 December 1886

MIAMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, TirE regular fortnightly mooting of this Counoil took place on Thursday last, and there wore present the Mayor, Aldermeu Live, Graham, Cole, Noble, and Craig. Minutes of previous meeting were road, and, after a slight alteration, confira?no., cORRESPON D F GhIs., The outgoing lotters wore to (I) the Minister for Mines ; (2) the samen ; (3) A. Rosa; (4) Meosrs. John Fowler and Company ; (5) Messrs. Hudson Irothers ; (6) the Secretory Municipal Association of 'Now South Wales; (7),F. W Wilson; (8) Messrs. PFtrrott and Camqron ; (95 the. Muilicipal Council, Shollhirboeiir; (1?) Kelso King, Secretary M. M. Insurancl o.; (11) Messrs. Waugh and Josephson ; (12).. W . T. Synuott and Co. The incoming communications seoro froin (1) Messrs. J. Fowler and Co., acknowledging re coipt of choquo for £250 13 56d, enclosing in: voice for engine, and notifying Council that £100, the final instalment on locomotive, wilt be payable on 8th February, 1887 ; (2) the samn advising...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CARRINGTON GRAND HANDICAP. [BY TELEGRAPH.] 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 December 1886

CARIINGTON GRAND HANDICAP, [BY TELERlRAPII.] 8p.m. Following is the result of the final heat : orchannt ... ... ... 1 \Varnor ... ... ... 2 Armstrong ... .. .. . 3 M'Mahon . 4 Dr. Tarrant has resigned his seat for Kiama.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Friday, 12 (noon) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 December 1886

TELEGRAPIHIC INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, Friday, 12 (noon) Dr. M'Kellar has been appointed Minis ter for Mines. A writ has been issued for the election for New England, fixing the nomination day for January 6, and polling day January 10. Captain Rossi is still in possession of the Goulburn cathedral, and shows no signs of capitulation. According to the Mayor elect at a recent. sitting of the City Council, the Corporation frauds amount to £23,000. Owing to anr accident to the filly Tama risk it is unlikely she will again race. The latest betting on the Summer Cup is, 6 Hexhamn; 7 Highland Mary, Wallaroo; 10 Benbolt, Pilot; 12 Tom Brown, Oario, Silver King, Katawa, Sorella, Myall Ring ; 14 Dagobert; 15 Industry, Lancer ; 20 Lord of Lake. In the oricket match at Geelong, English v 18 of Geelong, the, former in their first innings scored 201 foi eight wickets. The steamer Brunswick which was wrecked at the Manning River heads was sold to Mr. . Steers for £2. A.t ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 December 1886

WEBLIYAN. .Rorviloeewill bo conducted In th Woeleyan lChurch, on ouondoy uoxt, as followu t Chrlntmnn Day at 10.80 n.m.-Rev. O. I. Olaseou, Ilama, at t1 a.m.--Rov. . W. . Orton. ..zlaum, atl.80 pin.--lev. O. . Ola.hon. Jamhcroo, at 11 a.m.--lRoev. O. R. Olaseon Jnnmbrroo, at 7.80 p.m.--ic. I. W'. Orton Old Placo at 2.80 p.m.-Rlov.O, "R. Qlaseonn.' norringong, at 11 a.m.--Mr. W. Cuocks - oingog at l.80p.ldo,- . . Foxground, at II n.m.--Mr. J: Orua mn Ahellhrhour, at 11 n.m.-Mr. YW. Cornford. Ahollharbour at 7.80 p.m. Mr. O. A. Slomorvilo will conduot sorvlco at Mr. Noblo'a, Saddlebackh on Sunday next at 2,80 p.m.

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SHELLHARBOUR. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. 20TH DEC., 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 December 1886

SHELLHARBOUR. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. 20r Da.o,, 1886. Biron?3 John Odnway, Esq., JP. Joulin Mitchbll ploadtl guilty toa cha org of being arunk at Albion Park.po the 18th Inet,, and was fined 53; in default, .24' hours in Shullharhouv loIk-up. Mliartin O'('M?ly ploaded guilty to .a' harge of being drunk and disordorly at Albion Park on the 19th Dooe,, and was ned 20es in default, 48 hours in Shellharbour lock.up.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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GREAT EXCITEMENT IN WALES ABOUT A MARVELLOUS CURE. Living Six Years Without Going to Bed. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 December 1886

GREAT EXCITEMTiENT IN WALES ABOUT A IMARVELLOUS CURE. Living Six Years Without Going to Bed, J R. EDITOR,-W- lile sipending a few days at the pleasant seanitle town of Aberyst. With, Cardiganshire, Wales, I heard related what seonmed to nse either a fabulous story or a marvellous cure. The story was that a poor sufferer who had not been able to lio clown in had for six long years, given up to die by all the doctors, had bee llspeedily clnrd by sonlo Patent Medicino. it was related with tihe Iore implicit conlfidence from the circmlnstances, as was said, that the Vicar of Llanrystyd was familiar with tihe facts, and c:ihl vouch for the truth of the report. Iaving a little curiosity to know how such stories grow in travolling, I took the liborty while at the village of flanrystyd to call upon the Vicar, the Rev, '1. lvans, and to enqulire nbout this wonderful core Though a total stranger to him, both lh and his wife most graciously entertained me in a half hour's con versation, princi...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 December 1886

, CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, OERRINGONO. Tho Rev. O. Ucighway conduta seorvioas every Bundny af follows : GerrongRong, t 11 a.m. and 1 P.mm ['Tho editor requests that the vnrhous clergymen of tho distrlet will forward announeoomenta of services to eo hold from time to time In theto churhoes, whioh nottoes will in aol Oases be inserted gratis.1

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 December 1886

LOCAL AND GENEEAL NEWS. Tar Roman Catholie picnic takes place on the Blowhole Point on Boxing Day (Monday). WE are requested by Mr. Jainos Somervillo, agont for the Mercantile0 Mutual Insurance Co,, to orroct a slight' error in our report of last mooting of the K. A. Association, viz,, that the company offered to insure the new pavilion for 10 per cent, The offer was 10s per cent., or £5 for first year on risk of £1000, and £4 10s per your afterwards. Aym thle Kiasn Police Court on Thursday last William Stephens, for being drunk, was fined l0s or 24 hours. Patriok Flahorty, forsa shmi lar olfflice was admonished and discharged. On Friday 'T'homas Patterson pleaded guilty to having refused to {pay for liquor served to hhi at the Kiamna Hotel on Thursday, and was son tonsed (under the Vagrant Act) to 48 hours in Kiilna look-up. AT a roont mooting of thoeMunicipal Council, as "hb'iotioiibd iin our roelirt, n conmnunication fromt the Mines Department was read, reminding the Council that...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 December 1886

Towlt,ul' Pennyroynl anl stool pills for fo mnlons quickly corroct all i'reogularitius, nlnd rolievo (Iho distressing symptomls o prevalent with the sex. lh,xon In. 1;d. nod 28. Oil., of nil Cholmibts and Patent Mdodlino VTtdorlas. Pro pnloed only by 'ho Lincoln nnl Midllnnd Conn tios D)rllg Co., Lincoln, Engl?lld,, \Vholosnlo of all the Wholesale Hlounes. 1luwero of Imitna tions.,-Adv. "KeA'rlma's PowlO .n" dostroys BUnl.?, FlCAs, MoTnHs, litalmos, (d nall other milSOC Lot whilst quit hlinrmlose to domlno.li nlnimaln . In ox turlmilnating e sotles the sHIIceOH of this powder is 'xlnord innry. It is purfuetly clenn in ap pliuntio., Sto the nrtiola you purchnen is " KI'ATNlo's," as illitetio:se nro twxio)il and in ,,fietual. Sold in Tins, Gd, 1s., and 2, Od. each, by all eholmistl.-A? .r, G?OltMAN SYntr.--No other medicino in the world was ever give)n snch a test of its orntion quelities as boschno's (Jormnn Syrup. In thrro years two million four hlndrod thousnnd small bottlles f thi...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 December 1886

NOT IC E, MR. R. O, KENDALL has boon naullorlsod to reoolve Accounts i. connection with tho KRIAMA REPORTIIR, and his recoipt will be sufliciont guarantee. 8. MiAJOR. ' The Kiama Reporter. -o PUBLIlSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, DEOEMIBER 25., MANY FORMH o1r KIDNNY DiatoCAMI,-Aro Tory dimuult tu dtoa t, as tho symnitoan arm not of manrked lintura. Stntatitls show thint mior thlln 60por cant, of tho dontha ariao IraOn kid Wnv dinioin , diroot or .ioiuldntlrl, Dr. Doll1a (ltilluy and Liver') Dillorn Inoior fnil to J1n medlditely roliuvo tho wurst oaeoa.--Adv. iTat ll ?Ra donltitry nt Itloron Pricoa. Arti 'ein) Tootb, 13ont QInalit?, Full Solo, (uppor nld hiwor) £5, Mnrhanll Birothrn, Srg'ooni Dout IatM, 1883 Ellinboth Stroot, HIydo Pork, Sycdnoy, -A v, 8.28.-8-y. W. Boaoch, the champolo nounlor, won ban" yurotod'in the Torlninporlne o Hanll, \ollonrong, on Weudnoadny ovoninlýg. Th'e Mayor, Mr, Wiloy e, uipiodil tiho oh air, Iad Mr.L hi? h acted as vio? ucmtoan. T...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 December 1886

Tru'rnruTLNse and honesty are tbo basis of all sound commercial transactions, and whenever mien attempt to replace these by the slightest dis guise of real facts, or by misrepresentation that confidence which should always exist between buyer and seller is destroyed. It'rnat tere little how people are deceived whether by Inference or by a direct untruthful statemeont. That the pubho are gronssly imposed upon by all classes of traders and professions thoru is not the leantdoubt. A writer in a recent issue of our contaemporary says they like the operation, No doubt they do, and the more b.refaredly they are gulled the better they like it, othor wise we would never son men end women who profess to be intelligent passing by eminent medical men to consult Heathen Chineseo, who profess with the aid of a humbugencopo to be able to see the workings of the whole internal organisation of their patient. Vo entertain very unorthodox ideas in bisiness matters, still they are, unlike thogulling s...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PAT AND THE OYSTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 December 1886

PAT AND THE OYSTERS, .OnS evening, a red-headed Connaught swell, of no small aristocratic pretensions in his own eyes, sent his servant, whom he had just imported from the long.horned king dom, in all the rough majesty of a creature fresh from the "wilds," to purchase a hun dred of oysters on the City Quay. Paddy stayed so long away, that Squire Trigger got quite impatient and unhappy lest his " body man" might have slipped into the Liffey; however, to his infinite relief, Paddy soon made his appearance, puffing and blowing like a disabled bellows, but carrying his load seemingly in great triumph., " Well Pat," cried the master, " what the devil kept you so long ?" "Long I ah thin, maybe it's whdt you'd have me to come home with half my arrant ?" " Half the oysters 1" says the master. "No, but too much of the fish," says Pat. "What fish ?" says he. " The oysters, to be sure," says Pat. " What do you mean, blockhead ?" says he. " I mean," says Pat, " that there was no use in loading ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 December 1886

THu Australian colonies are anxious that England should assume the sovereignty of Now Guinea, or strictly speaking that per. tion of it over'which the protectorate now extends. The Secretary of State for the dolonies, however, does not see his way clear .to recommend this stop withott first rooniv. ing a definite guarantee from tile colonies that they will subscribe annuallyll sufficient amount to carry on effoetivoly the adminis.' tration of government in the island, What England desires in fact is that the colonies; will undertake to contribute permanently a sum considerably in excess of £15,000 per' annum. This amount, which these colonies have already agreed to pay .annually,'sho considois totally inadequate for the purpose, and as there is no certainty that even this contribution will be continued for many years, ~ngland is afraid, lost if sihe were to assume the sovereignty. under such circum. stances she would he compelled in case of the colonies withdrawing their pecuniary a...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
21ST DEC. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 December 1886

21st Dsu, . Jnhn 1Mitcholl pleaded gnllty to being?drunk at Bhollhikrbour on tho 20th inat,, and was thnod 10s ;.lin dofault, 24 hours in Shollbariiuur look.up,

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MEMOIRS OF A STOMACH WRITTEN BY HIMSELF. That all who out may read. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 December 1886

MEMOIRS OF A STiMoMgsh.. WRI.TTEN BY HIIMISELF. --T'at all who cat may read. (CONTINUED.) These strong acids, from their antiseptio qualities, had certainly one good eflect-they helped to got rid of some accumulations; but .then simple ldmon-juice would have done infinitely better. When this remedy was exhibited to yet another medical prac titioner, he shook his head and ordered, PRssonaPTION. Liquid Potash, 3 dramns; Tinct. Calumnbm 13 drains. As this was equally inefficient with the others, it was resolved to carry me off into the country of the pigmy practitioners, the Ilommopathists (so called I suppose, from their always being at home for consultation), and I must say their method of administer ing made me smile, though feebly, and re joice too, as well as my weakened condition would permit. When I first heard of their doctrines, I was prepared to find them ad ministered by little figures, such as we see in .the Fantoccini, served by their tiny hands, in doll-house glasses.; so...

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