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THE ILLAWARRA MINERS' STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 January 1887

THE ILLAWARRA MINERS' BTRIKE. TnE Mount Keira mine has commenced work with a few mon, and the locomotive ran oh Wednesday for the first time for some months, Unprejudiced persons consider that the strike is now over at all the mines now working, Although the Keira and Bulli have but few men at present, it is generally believed that within a short time all the men required will be fortl!coming. The mining situation at present seems to be thus :-Tlie Mount. Pleasant has as many men as they require and more offoring daily. The Kombla has about 70 mon, and the arrivals steadily outnumber the departures. It is stated there is a steady increase in the output and consequent reduction in cost, The Keira has but few men yet, having only 6 or 8 miners at work, but, this being a favourite mine, it is anticipated that the requisite number of men will soon offer. The Bulli started with 6 or 8 maii, which may be expected to increase. Some little interference is said to have taken place with men a...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(From the Sydney Papers.) London, Jan. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 January 1887

(Pron Ithe SydnioyU Papers.) London, Jan, 11. The dirooetors of file London and West miuster B]Ink are of opinion that the 'Via. torian loan of £3,000,000 should be immedi. atoly placod on the London market, Though mining iniivsrtmunt is' (t proseo t dull, Mr. M'Intyre, who is ondeavouring to form copnipanies for working mining proper ties at Maldon, Victoria, is hopeful of su.. oass. The companies will probably. be-an nounoed in about a week, Jan. 12., The now Victorian £3,000,000 loan is an. nounced at a minimum of 10S. Toeiders will be canlloed for next week, In the Roichstag, Prince Blismnrok said that Germany was perfooctly indifllront with. regard to the Bulgarian diilloulty, as it was a subject quite unworthy of war, .Every generation imi Germany had experienced a war withl France, and~tho present times fur. nished no exception, Any day the Fi'noh Government might precipitate war, to avoid domeostio pressure, as being the only recourse they had, It would assuredly happen when...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 January 1887

INTEROOLONIAL NEWS. A sad accident happened (the Melbourne lAge reports) on Monday morning, by which a child named Itoyden Croft, son of BMr. W. R. Croft, house and laud agent, Church.street, Middle Brighton, lost his life. The deceased child, aged 1 year and 7 months, with his brother, aged 2 years and 6 months, was placed in his cot by Mrs. Croft in a room adjoining her bedroom at an early hour on Sunday night. The weather was unusually hot, and Mr. Croft visited the children several times during the evening and attended to their wants. During the night, however, he was awakened by the elder boy, Ralph, who called out that Royden had hurt his neck. On Mr. Croft going into the children's room, he found that the child had slipped through the rails of the cot foot first, and that his head and neck were hold firmly between the rails. He was then ap parently at the last gasp. He was quickly re moved from his dangerous position, and medical assistance promptly rendered, but without avai...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday, 11.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 January 1887

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE., (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, Friday, 11.30p.m.. Sir Patrick Jennings has returned to Sydney from Moss Vale. The Governor follows to day. Nothing fresh concerning the political crises has,transpired. The health of Sir John Robertson is im proving. The eleventh death from small-pox oo ourred yesterday at the Quarantine Station. One death from the same disease has occur red in .Melbourne, It is proposed to make retrenchment to the amount of £17,000 in the Post Ollic., 7 p.m. Nothing has been definitely settled re garding the political situation. The Gover. nor has arrived from Moss Vale, and had a lengthy interview with Sir Patrick Jen nings; the latter perhistently holds to his resignation. The estimates are not ready, nor any bills prepared for the coming session, which points to the resignation. It is ex pected that Sir Henry Parkes will be sent for, and that the Jennings Ministry will mnoet the House on Tuesday and ask for supplies for their succ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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THE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 January 1887

THE ELECTION, ToI following telegram addressed to Geo Somerville, Esq,, Mayor of Kiama, has been handed to us for publication :--IHundreds join me in congratulations to Kiama electors for their grand protest against misrule. With best wishes. FNANCIs AImoAlL, 589 George-street.

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KIAMA POLICE COURT. JANUARY 8, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 January 1887

KIAMA POLICE COU'I, JANUArY 8, 1887, Bicvoiu~n , Connell, Esq., P.M., and Jamoes Colluy, Est., J.P. Charlue Catton, after medical oxamination, was found tQ be of unsound mind, and was or dorod to be sent to the Gladosvillo Hospital for the Insano four tratmoent. JAN. 12, 1887. Before H. Connell, LBlq., P.M. To the chargo of being drunk and disorderly on the 11th instant, William lIonry.. Busch plended guilty, and was fnlod 10s or 24 hours. Fine paid.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 January 1887

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS, Dit. TARANn T and Mr. Bruce Smith departed yesterday for Sydney overland. T'e big railway cutting at Bombo is through at last. This cutting is by far the heaviost on No. 4 section; the contractors will probably now start ballasting the line. ATrerTION is drawn to the advertismont in another column re the Wollongong A. and H. Association, which takes place on Wednesday and Thursday, 2nd and 3rd February, one week before the Kiama Show. Ye.srDTnAY Mr. Angus Cameron, the newly elected member for Kiama, departed for SBd ney. A large crowd of his enthusiastic sup. porters assembled on the wharf to wish him ben VOyaCe, and as the steamer was leaving the har bour the victorious member was heartily cheered again and again. MIn. Luke Clancy, we are sorry to learn, on Tuesday evening last mnot with a very serious accident by having one of his legs broken. We hear that he is progressing as favourably as can be expected. We learn that Mr. Wells, who has just retired from...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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KIAMA DISTRICT COURT. TUESDAY, JAN. 11, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 January 1887

IEAMA DISTRICT COURT, TUeSDAY, JAN. 11, 1887. BBe'onE His Honor Judge Macfarland. G. Bullon v. Thomas Williams. Goods sold and delivered, £14 2s Gd. The defendant having filed his schedule the claim was struck out. Samuel Clark v. J. Nicholls. £01 7s (dishonoured promissory note.) Ver dict for plaintiff. Samuel Clark v. John Swan. £18 3s 9d (dishonoured promissory note.) Verdict for plaintiff. Cronan v. Clancy. Action to recover £10 16s. Mr. Muir for plaintiff. Mr. Russell for do foendant. Luke Clancy, father of the defendant, stated that his son was not at home wheno the sum mons was loft at his (the father's) house; would swear that he was out of the district at the time ; my son is 22 years of age. In answer to a question from Mr. Muir, Luke Olancy stated that his son did not know there was a plaint filed against hint before he loft the district. Postponed to next Court. Yates v. Malono. This action was brought by Mr. Yates to recover £200 as compensation from Malone for having b...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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KIAMA ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 January 1887

=AMA ELECTION, Tan, polling throughout thu district took plnacp on Thursday last, and rosiiultud'lin Mr.'"i~ju Camoron being roturnd'bi :' innjority of 300. Following aro theo !nuunrs polled at tih various places :- SMITH, CA.Jilono.I. Kimns ,,,... ... 104 287' Jambroo ... ... ... 03 108 Albion Park ... ... 0 40 Shollharbour .... ... 3 54 Ourringong... ..., ... 47 85 Woohillot Villago 1 o. . .. 4.". 57 ojala ... 373 073 The Roturnilnl Ofllobr mnado knlion oilloially the result of thb poilltig at half-past 6 o'clock, whioh was received ?wit deafoning ohoors, Mr. Oamoron, hi rising to thank the electors for the honour that had that day boon conforrod upon him, said that nothing becamo a man better in the hour of viobnry than to beoar his victory with moderation, and although some vury bitter things had boon said throughout theo contest which had gone to his very hoeart, still he was prepared to lot the dead past bury its its dead. Ho shook hands with the defeated candidato, and also w...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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OUR MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 January 1887

OUR MISOELLANY, Teo London and Wuetminater Bank is urging Viltorln to push on her £3,000,000 loan. Angus Camoron has boon returned for the electorate of Kiatma by a majority of 300 votes. The British army of occupation in Egypt is to be reduced by 4000 mon. The Dacoit rebellion in Burmnah has been entirely suppressed and the country is paci fied. Tihe caterpillor post is becoming alarming, and is doing groat damage to the growing crops around Moruya. Most of the men who wont on strike at Meon indio Lake are returning to work. Tie princi pal agitators are not allowed to return. Another gang of .Iydo Park thieves who wore robbing drunken men, were arrested on Thursday morning at 2 a.m, by the detectives. Another outrage in Sydney. A mian aged 20 years assaulted throee little little girls, aged 0, 10, and 11 respectively, Inl Bohuore Park. About half.a.doen zoacn anre now engaged on coal at Bulli. Thie irat shipment since resuming operations was made on Tuesday. Mr. Rossi has at length...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 January 1887

Tull TurpYan L B?STRAIN whioh serofula has upon the system must be arrostod, lnd thoe blood must boe purifled, or sorious oonseqnonooes will ensue. For purifying and vitnalzing ofiuotl, Dr, Boll's ittors has boon found suporior to any othrr' roparation. It expols cvery trace of inpuity from thoe blood, anld boestowa now life and vigour upon ovary funotion of the body, enabling it to ontirely ovoroono dlosase.-Adv,? IoLr.,OWAY's PIIt ANDr OIl'?steN''E -It'ls iim poHAlibloentirely to provent the noxious vapours whloh are givon of in mines adlll tuinols, and those who, like minors and railway operatives, have to work dnay after day in such' vitiated at. mnosphoras, sufior in heaonlth and strnngh in con. sequence. Tho chest acid livor ofton bcomoes clogged'with the products of coal. combustion, neoesaltating gro?t attentllu on to the houlth, No romody Is. more valuable for miners and the llk1o than IIollowny's Pill, as they carry off all effoto matter from the blood, and healthily othiu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

IIlo"; claOs dontiHtry nt Ilurorm -Pricro. Arli fcial Tu? ?lh, I?.nt (,al3ity, Fil Sotl, (Iuppor and lower) £b,. Mlnrhall Birotlhrs, turgeon, Doent. int,, 13:3 Elizaboth Stroot, llydo Park; Sydney -Aiv. 8.2A-80.y. THE "KIAMA REPORTER" AND SOUTH COAST ADVERTISER, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. THE "KIAMA REPORTER" i8 ONE OF 1'TE BEST ~AD VER TISING VIEDIXUIS ON THE SOUTHERN COAST, with a Large and Rapidly Increasing Circulation. 'TI'1P I0PIIIPTOR AIMS AT M\AK[NG "THE KIAMA REPORTER" A First Class and Reliable Family Newspaper, Containing a large amount of useful and interesting matter, both LoLal Intercolonial, and Foreign. tbhaxd i ip n ll m yo l nml onnco at any llom. All ordors for tho Papoor or Advortiing holhld bo nont to tho " ?hnagor." If for less than a 9uartcr Advertisements must state the number' of inscr tions required, written across the frice, otherwise they w ill be inserted aind charged for till countermanded. Orders for withdrawal must be uent to theofilice n...

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THE EDITOR'S DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

THE EDITOR'S DREAM, TnE editor sat in a luxurious ohair, a fra grant "General Gordon " between his lips. He is pleasantly conscious of a heavy weight 'in his pocket. It is a purse containing gold, and bank notes. The editor is study ing a proposition to become the president of a now banking institution at a magnific ont salary. Then, too, he, is considering whether it would not be wise, owing to the great rush of advertising, to double the size of his paper, add a new Hoe press, and em ploy more printers. Yes, the paper will certainly stand all this. The editor is at peace with all tho world, for has he not toiled for this early and late, and is not his success deserved ? At last he can offer to the little girl who has waited for him these long years and encouraged him in his weary labours, a home of comfort, luxury, and case. All, yes, a place which shall be akin to paradise to this man who has won tlio battle of life by honest on. deavour and manly offort. The editor rubs his eyes...

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A MARABOUT PUZZLED. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

... A- MARABOUT PUZZLED, BY ROBERT IIOUDIN. J5ALOU5 of my reputation as a French sor tterer, 1 thought I must perform before the unbeliever a few tricks as a specimen of my late performance. I had the pleasure of astounding my audience, but the Marabout continued to offer me a systematic opposie tion, by which his neighbours were visibly annoyed; the poor fellow did not suspect, though, what I had in store for him. My antagonist wore in his sash a. watch, the chain of which hung outside. I believe I have already mentioned a cer tain talent I possess of filching a watch, a pin, a pocket-book, &o., with a skill by which several of'my friends have been victimleed. I was fortunately born with an honest and upright heart, or this peculiar talent might have led me too far.' When I felt inclined for a joke of this nature, I turned it to profit in a conjuring trick, or waited till my friend took leave of me, and then recalled him : "Stay," I would say, handing him the stolen artIolo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

TIll Molmbrs nof the KIAMlfA BRASS BAND hoi to roturn their sinceore thnks to line. CORDEIRY for her. vory aecooceful offorts to nid the inastlitution hy the Concort rooontly given by her, the monetary lassistanc thus rendered having placed the Band on voery antisfnotory footing. The 13ned also deslre grntofully to noknow. lodge the gonorou? anseitanne given b3y all the performore at the recent Conodrt, (On boehalf of the Klnamn Brnes Bnnd), W, SAVAG8i, 2-10.87.1. Suorotary, MEDICAL NOTICE. URIING Dr. Torroy's illnoen hl prnatice' will e car'ried on Iby D)l AG ASSIZ, Dr. r.'orroy nlno lmay be consulted at homo. 190.187. 7il1 llouniolpol Connel l of "l erringong dlroect -L it to be notifllied thatat the xpination of 14 days from T'SI8 DAY, 10th inltant, summnonoes will lbe leaed for the recovery of all rates thlon unpaid. JAtlliS SOhIItlYIt.LR, Oouncil Clork, Fobruiry 19th, 1887' 2.19.87-1, (1Pil]I of tIhe Kiama lReportcr can hIe ha at "TIIE ARUADF,." 1-20-87. R..HENRY HOLDEN, PEOTOG...

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COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

COOM1'CIA L eouth Coaeot and??odt Oamdon Oo-oporativo Company (Lnmitod.) Following nao tho qtluotntions : Sitter Ist porlb, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,; 0 0 0 to 0 1 0 "?aotor d.itto ............................... o 1 1 0 1 4 Baceon, por lb ...... :........... ,........... 0 0 0 ~ 0 0 0jZ 21ncq~l01 1 o o1 Lrd, per lb ............ ................ 0 0 4 ,, 0 0 0 ?lheee, ditto ...,,........,,,.,.,,... 0 0 4 , 0 0 0 T?ullow, por ton ........................,., 17 0 0 . , 17 0 0 C?ulklnsoe, euch ,,,,.,....,,,,,,,,. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 l'is, ?lhvo, per lb, .,,,.,,.............. 0 0 4 0 0 4 Calves, 01101 .............. 0.14 0 ~t 2 18 0 ?Idh eu ............................... ....... 0'. 0 8 0 0 8 lize, oerl .,,bush....,,,,,,,,0.,,,,, 04 8 0 4 10 Oatenl L[f, por ton,..4.......... , 4 0 0 ' 0 0 Lucoerno ?lng, par ton...,,..,,,......., 2 0 0 ~ 8310 0 Potatoes, por toll..,,,,,.,,.,,.,,,...,, 4 0 0 ~ 5 0 0 1'W)ieO pn ~ ,,, 020,, 00u.0 F~owle , per pair ........................... 0 2 0 0 . 0 ue , p rp ir ....

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

PR1gBYTR1TAN, Bervtooe will bo eonductod In tho Proobyterlnn Ohurphoa on Sunday next by Rlev J. WlVou ne follewe; Jainberoo, at 11 am. lllhalmrbour, at 2.80 p.m. Ilnoam, at e.00 p.m.

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AN EVENTFUL VOYAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

'AN EVENTFUL VOYAGE. Tua German steamer Ottillie arrived at Cook town on Sunday from Finscllaven, The epns songors are-Messrs. Charles Ileinstein, Parkin son, Dubbs, and three steerage passengers, who are sick with fever. Between 10dog. and 11deg. south latitude the Ottilio encountered a heavy gale. The gale lasted. 80 hours, blowing furiously, with a tremendously high son. There was a strong current from the south-west, which carried the vessel 40 miles northward in 24 hours against a heavy gale, with rain add thunder squalls dur ing the night, the sea brcaking over the vessel all the time, and carrying away everything loose on the deck. On the 5th January the Ottillo anchored at Finschavoen, and exporienced a heavy fall' of volcanic ashes, whihel lasted all day, the ashes being over two inches deep on dock. On the 10th. January, the Baroness von Sehloinitz, wife of the Governor of German New Guinea, died of bronolitis. Her loss was greatly felt. On the 31st January tleo' Ottilio s...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

WIBLIYA2N. BorvIoa ?11 be conOatoad In the Weltoyan Church, on Bunday nelxt, a follow I Clama, at 11 a.m.-Rlov. R. . W rton IC?lma, at 7.40 p.m.-R?v. A. J. Waebb Janhbeloo, at 11 aRm.--oev, 0. it. Olaoeon Jambaloro, at 7.80 p.m.-Mr. O. A. Saomrvllo Old Pl?n at 2.40 p.m.u--lo. 0G. R. OlNaoon Gorringorg, at 11 am.--lov,. A. J. Wobb GOrringong, at 7.80 pan.-IloRvR.. , orton IFoxround,t a,.t 11 -.-Mr. W. Cornford halIliarbour, at 11 am.-- fr. (0. A. Bomnrvllla 0hnllharbour, at 7,80 p.m.--Tov. O. 1t. Olaaoon MCr. W. Coraford will ondt01t sorvioe at Mr. Nobloe, 0addlebalk, onl Sunday next at 2,80 p.m,

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BROUGHTON GREEK SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

BROUGIHTON GREEK SHOW. TuE attendance at the Broughton Oreek Show yesterday (second day) was very good considering the inclement state of tile weather. Mr. I? . Fredericks secured first prize for hunter, and. IMr. E.: Keys first prize for spring cart horse. Family buggy horse, P. Devery first prize; light buggy horse, W. Jones first prize. W. A. Johnston took filrt prize for best buggy pair; and J. 0. Johnson first prize for carriago pair. Best trottor in harness, D. Weir first prize; L. Geoghegan, second.. We are sorry to learn that Mr. Geoghegan's horse had his shoulder knocked out when entering the ring to com pete for the trotting in saddle, by coming in collision with another horse. For trotting in saddle, D. Weir secured the first prize. Inackney, to carry 14 stone, A. Oampbell; level paced hackney, W. Fredericks first, G. Tatc, second. Hackney, ]5 hands, W. Johnston first, - Green second. Ladies hackney,' G. Tate first, Lnamond second, Love third. Foe best lndy rider, the fir...

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