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NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 December 1886
NOTES OF THE DAY, IN certain stages" of disease people lose .their senses and becomr delirious and so the sick man, as Turkey has been called, is appar ently under the enchanting spell of some ruin. ous infatuation. To the intense aunoyance and'disgust of her former allies she has thrown herself at the feet of the Russian bear. •Wild beasts of the latter description seldom forget their ferocious nature, and it is at all times dangerous to put oneself in their power. Fables tell of a. wolf that made friends with a lamb and then tore it to pieces without any reasonable excuse, and in like manner we suppose that Russia hav ing served her selfish purposes with obsequious Turkey, will gobble her up as a sort of Christmas repast. By this time the Turks ought to know that Russia is longing to seize upon Constantinople, so as to hold the key of the Black and Meditor ranean Seas. Muscovite'lovo is but a sham and a pretence, and when Turkey expouses the cause' of Russia in the Bulgarian squab...
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 December 1886
M*EETINGS TO BE HELD. Protestant Allanooo meeta Jan,. , at 7h. No. 12, LO.L.,moeets Jan. 4 at 7). No, 1156 L.O.L., meets Jot,. lO,.t 7.10. No.?40, L.O.T., muots Jal, at 7. 0 p.m,. Bono of Temperanc, No. 27, meoets Dc. '2J.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 December 1886
Farmers & Gardeers, ANDERSON & C1,'S SEEDS. FOR ALL CROPS GENUINE & RELIABLE., ASK YOUR STOREKEEPERS FOR THEM, AND SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. ANDERSON & CO., SEEDSMEN AND PLANT MER'CHANTS, 216 & 218 PITT STREET, S Y D NE . 7-7-86 JOHN RITCH'IE, SHIP AND COMMISSION. AGENT, AND COLONIAL PRODUCE MEROIIANT, Caledotninn Whoar, Sydney. Strict Attention given to Returns. 7-31-8i-y " Disensed Natuo ,f(leniliilos breaks forth in strangeo oerlptions."-Act iii, Seene 1. TO THE PUBLIC. SOME pati nlls suffering from Iervous affoo Ltion ore nfraidl from s1hoo1 IhahfullneBs nl inodesty to I'ltrsONiLLY ,'nneilt a medical nmnn-olher pllientshave not the el fl-poess-sien nld conlinaas when III the consulting roomli, to anclrately descrlib their sytnptnuss--their hal'its of life, and the nature of the disease tlhny suffer from. Lot such persons (lie or iho) sit quietly down in tho privacy of thi'ir own apartments, ond wilth calih minds descrilo clenrly cnch synptlom o...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 1ST SUNDAY AFTER CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 December 1886
RELIGIOUS. CITURCII OF ENGLAND. 1re SUNDAY AFTER CHRISTMAS, Divine oRervine will be eotducield on Sunday next In the Church df fEngland Churclheo by tho Rev, AOiurico Gny a: follows Xman Day at 11 n.m. Chlrist Church, Ifiama, at 11 n,.m.--Mornfng Pncyer. Christ Chuorch, 7.0 pm.-Evonling Prayer Rt. George's, Gerri?goug, at 2.10. Crawley Furest, at 11 am.--Mr. John Holbrook, Serveoe will be conducted in thu Church of England Jmboleroo, nod Shellhacbour, by Roy. I, Crisford,on Sunda) next as foullows; Sheollharbour, at 11 a.m, Jambeero, at 7.00 p.ln.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 January 1887
To Stand 9 This Season. At Iosn Vnlloy Villo, (orringong, and Irnvol to Kiniiina nild Ilrnhton Creek, liaI COACHIING COLT, TVTALLE.T- L]AD. V ALLEY LAD is n rich bay with blnck printl, ¥ n"ul in now rising three years old, ndll fort sy)lmnlitr3'y canllnot 0e surpi ss0d ns it twoiy ar cild. l is the winnor of sovoral lirst prizes, etolrying ofif the bloi at Kinnam and llu lltsonl frlo the S'ydn(ey colt that was nov\r b3outu3n hI fl re. Villoy nhd is by Loid Johnl (insp.). loin I'uclhoseo, by l3unbolt, g.Td. I y 1\Villin Tuell, Terms £d 10s, Manres fromn a lltnno, grass froo ; alnil cnro bill no resploonsililty inc3 u'red. JAS. C. JOHNSON, 90-22.86. lPr'olrieor, 3' , W, H,. PALING & 00, LIl1TE1), 886 George-street, have the LARI GE1ST AND MOST C0M PLETI 8'l'001C (I, Pianos, Organs & 1Wusio, comlprilhng ovory 0 lllncar of IllipUTE, nt oxtremoly low pricoes Any ilnstrutnot miay be purchased on thIellOny T''IMJI.PAYMI ,N'T SYSTEM, (1UAiOfN't'titWi) to slnld'ii uy olinate....
HOW A HERO LIVED AND DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 January 1887
HOW A HERO LIVED AND DIED, AnloNa the many tributes of respect which have been paid to IM. Paul Bert, the follow ing is perhaps the most touching. It ap pears under the heading of " A Last Inter view" in the Republique Francaise," and is written by one of his countrymen in Tonkin, who took leave from him in Sep tember last, when Ml, Bcrt had been suddenly called to Annam. An unfortunate incident, in whicil superstitious persons saw an evil augury, occrured as the vessel was leaving Hanoi for Haiphong. The ]Ienri.Riviere, the gunboat of the Resident-General, was moored in front of the house; it was to leave at 11 o'clock, and at the appointed hour everybody went on board. At thile moment, however, whlen l , Bert arrived, a pipe in the boiler broke, and made tle voyago impossible, whlich, the (lay after, was undertaken in another vessel, HaII had taken leave of his frinds theo'evening before his departure. But they assembled once more to bid him good-bye on board. " Take care," ho sai...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 January 1887
,WESLEYAN. Berviceo will be ronducted in the Weenlyan Churchl, on Sunday next, an follown: Klima, at 1! a.m,--Itov. G. RI, lanson Malin, atT7.0 p..--Itev. It. W. Orton. Jamtoerao, at Il a.m.-Mr. V. Cocks Jlamberoo, at 7.30 p.n.-Ioev. (. 11, Ola?son Ohld Paee. at 2..90 p.an.-- r. O. Coulins. Oerringonle, at II a.m.--ev. It. V. OrIon FoNground, at 2.l0 p.m. Ilev, Rt. W. Orionl lbfcllharbour at 2.30 p.m.- koev. O. 11, Olasuon
INTERESTING ITEMS. Newcastle, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 January 1887
NewonalHtlo, 'iuoesday. Lasnt night Mr. ,Vidin, Colnonr frotm h1lt. land, hild a1 l illqueat oil thu dellth of Willimn Young, Iillud by it fall of coal in thle liurwnod mino,. 'he ovidunue of his imtoa showed thlat the decnseud was about to futoh n sprng, when thu cool full upon him, orushl?g his lugs and causing him inltoroal inj'rios., our, dioo tos visited him, n11 prnouneood i1lo inso hope. loss Jbut oO110110 nIttuod thu inqutest. 'J'ni oronllurl' OOlnllOlltlld Itronllly upon the w?ant of courtesy shownI to the jury and hlllsolf by such conouut, and coulsidred It shnoTful lthnt the Itquiry should be duotnlnd by such inouns but heo would show,dlotor thllnt they could do wtllh. ot, thon, Theo Inquiry.lprooonedd, rind t rvo' dloi w d t 11111 utlr nd ool donlal doth11 1, A tynlthrious llhi, occurrel d on Sunday night bout halflst II. 11Loud' screonllla proooeedlllng froil ~Lhu vloinily of tho Ifngllsh P'ro Oautlhudal, Suelior Oslltablu Lonyd wullt towarlds thile spot, nwd found a yu...
NEWS PER ENGLISH MAIL. London, Dec. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 January 1887
London, Dec. 10. The chief ovent of the wooeek has boon the Unionist conference which was announced by cable; 9000 ropresentatives woro present, and many hundreds wrote excusing their absence, Lord Hartington read a lottor fromn Mr. John Bright, expressing astonishmont at Mr. Glad. stono's course of action and condemning his silence. Mr. Bright was unablo to say more without attacking Mr. Gladstone, which ho was loth to do, from poersonalrogard. M?r. Chamber lain tolographod that the responsibility of the position restod with Mr. Gladstone and the Soverists. Lord IHartington, after reviewing the position of the Libonrals, warned the Union ists that the displacomont of the Conservatives meant Mr. Cladstone's reotrn to powor, while the common interest of uniting the Unionist Liborals with the Conseorvatives must influence the whole Conservative policy. The agitation in Ireland was purely for political purposes, Lord Hartington wondered at AIr. Gladstone's sileunce, as he was thoroby c...
MEMOIRS OF A STOMACH. WRITTEN BY HIMSELF. That all who eat may read. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 January 1887
ME MOI RS OF A STOMFLH. WRITTEN BY HIMSELF. --Thai,all who cat may read. (CONTINUED,) The verses are then read and re.read ; and diving into the realms of imagination for fresh ideas, divers alterations are conse quently made; so many, indeed, that in course of time the whole of their constituent parts are changed. I must do my gentle. eman the justice to say, however, that, like Saturn, he unmercifully destroyed his own progeny ; and after trying every description of metro which he fancied Boileau or Horace might approve, he at length retires upon the Latin :Iexameter, as being the longest and strongest on which to pile his pyramid of nonsense. All, however, is use less. The divine afflatus will not descend; and then ho botalkes himself to those peroe grinations again, of which I so complained just now, and calls upon his memory in favour of the lyric poets, and repeats aloud strains as ho believes most appropriate to his present love.sick mood. When I glance at the above expressio...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 January 1887
Tun prosperity of a country manifests itself in a great variety of ways. When its natu ral resources are plentiful, and a large and industrious population are engaged in their development, we may be perfectly certain that it is a country worth livtng in, and when such necessary adjuncts of modern civilization as postal, telegraphic, and money order systems are rapidly increasing in num ber and influence, we have undoubted signs of social and commercial progress. In the Australian colonies, towards which the eyes of foreign nations have been turned for some time back, the growth of these departments has been remarkable, Postal communica tion is kept up with almost every nation of the globe, and the oelectrio telograph has made rapid strides in developing commercial enterprise and local industries by affording a speedy means of communication yon impor tant matters of business, and perhaps, one of the surest indications of the growth and prosperity of -those colonies is -the amount of ...
COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited), Commercial Stores Sussex-street, Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 January 1887
South Coast and West Camndon Co.oporativo Company (Limitod), Commercial Store s Sussox-.treet, Sydnoy. Following are the quotations : stte ,r, ?,it,,p r b . ..................... 0 0 5 to.. 0 0 O FI Ctory ditto ............ ................. o0 0 7 n 0 13iaw on, perl b ............................. 0 (1 0 0 0 I or d,sperlb ............................. 4 0 0 7 Chleresditto . 0 a 5 a a a a Tallow, per fo a .......................... 17 0 0a I17 (0 CalflkLta, each ...0....... 0 Ia a 0 a a P'igs, l ive, per lb .a 0............... a .. ,, 0 0 1 C( lves each ............................. 6 110 0 ]ides ............................... . 0 8 0 lai per n buaal ....................... 00 0 0 4 1 Oaten ai , per ton..................... 8 6 010 0 Lucerne ] pry, pe to .................. 1 10 0 10 0 Pobatoca, per ton... o............... 8 10 0 ~, 4 10 0 Iole, pior pair ........ ....... a 8 0 , o 0 Ducks, per pair .......................... 0 4 4 COace, rper pair.......................... 0 0 o O ...
NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 January 1887
NOTES OF THE DAY. T.e privilege of manhood sufferage implies that every adult citizen should take an active and intelligent part in the Government of the cduntry. And as the political questions of the (lay are viewed differontly by different citizens, the election of a Parliamentry re presentative is usually productive of a con siderable amount of excitement and strong feeling. The speeches of rival candidates on the hustings, as they unfold the parti qular lines of policy which they intend to pursue, are calculated not only to instruct the people directly, but to make them think for themselves on the leading questions of the day, And as a matter of fact, when people have once made up their minds on questions of policy each one thinks that the party to which he is attached is right, while the opposite party is wrong, and they can not understand for the life of them why parsons, otherwise intelligent, should vote on the other side. For the time being oach candidate has his supporters...
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 January 1887
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. ProteRtant Alliance meoot Jan. 10, at 71. No. 12, L.O.L., moot Jun. 18 at 7$. No. 115, L..L., nmeets Feb. 7, at 7.:0. No. 140, L.O.l., meets Feb. 3 at 7.30 p.m. Soua of Temperneo, No. 27, meets Jan. 10.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 January 1887
FalraCmers & Ga('d 3eL'rs ANDERSON & CO,'S SEEDS. FOR ALL CROPS GENUINE & RELIABLE, ASK YOUR STOREKEEPERS FOR TIIIHM, AND SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT, ANDERSON & CO., SEEDSMEN AND PLANT MERCHANTS, 216 & 218 PITT STREET, 77-780 JOHN RITCHIE, SIIP AND COMMISSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL PRODUCE 11O H 1CITANT, Caledoninlt Whnri, Sydney. Strict Attention given to Returns, 7.I11-80i-y "Disensed Natulo oftenltino lrontks forth in strango ornlption."-Act iii, S.ono 1. TO THE PUBLIC. S031E pnatlinllt lflt.ig from nervous nfloeo. ' tintes are afraid from dier hashfule hhs and nodesty io IPEIISONAI,!LY (rinnllilt a medical tiinn-ather inPtinilitn have not the HIltf'-piO Sn.'tin lil conollneHH o \ in the Ico linh ilg trooln, lto nernately dscriho Ihair Hymplto,s--tllheir hainits of life, .nll the Iiun tr of othe disueno tlly ulnfl'r from. lot uc'h personn (ho or oho) Hil qr'lintly down in the privary of their own papritmutlt, ntdl w'iti ii1itu n inidn deiirie cloenrl...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 2ND SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 January 1887
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. osn SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANY. Divino Servieo will bo conduicted on Suuday noxt in the Church of Eugland Churches by the Reov. Maurico Gray as follows : Chnist Church, 7.10 p.mn.--Evening Prayer Ht. (ikOlO', (ierrilngllOg, at 11 a.m.-- oly Commnlion Christ Church, Klalna, at 11 a.m,-Morning Prsyer.-LJsy Reader. SBrvi!es will be condouctol In the Church of England Jamberoo, and Shellharbour, by Rev. E. CrOlford, on Sunday next, no follows: Janlmberoo, at II n.m. Hhclllhabour, at 7.90 pm.