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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

CONO1U OAT1ONAL CItUCII, OEflIflOONO. Thlo 11ev. 0. IIolghwny conduots eorvloeo ovory Sunday no follows: Gorronogog, at 11 o.m. ad 7 p.m. [ orisacsto that thue various clergymen of tho dIsltrit wlli forward aouoanooaoouhs of sorvlooo to bo hold fron timo to tLmo In tholr olurchoo, which ootlooo will In all cneooo ha Inartod soutlol

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

IIOME AND FOREICGN TEWW. The French papors aro r nio mro roenewing their efforts to ettir up a fuuoing of hostility aglainst England. iT. Charles Laurllet, in the Parii, calls upon thu Go'ovlnment to take toeps to provent the correspondents of foreign, but especially E.nglish, journals di cunning the in turnal althirs of France. Thoere is no ronsonl ho nays, why the right which Frenlcllle enlltl enjoy of diseucaing their own affairs and attacking thuir Govelrnmnt ahould be uoncoded to foreig norls. IHo conceives that " for the Govern mont to allow foreign journalists to tako an active part inl our discussions, and to mtke thuensolvesath advooates of an anti-conllstiu tionnl cause, would constitute a great danger,'" Such a cour0o onI the part of foreign journalistsl residing in France M. Lantlent rlgardl as at broach of the duties which the hlvlpitality they enjoy entails up1)on11 them TheI Fioloh people, he holds, hlould not toloerate their intervention, anrd, thorofore, the princip...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

NOTICE. "JRu . . 0O. KENDALL has boon authorieod to rocoive Accounts in oonnootion with tho KIAMA REPORTER, and bei'rocoipt will bo oeutioent guarantoo. S. MAJOR., The Kiama Reporter. -o- PUBDLISEED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MlONING, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10. - Do NoT 11i DLcIuoUIAoan,-livol) if you hnvo triodl nmny rmndiudl for your Ikdnny rlieoneo or livor comlplaint wIitllhnt Iuico it Ia no ronaon why youn Aho10hl ti hilh your dlsorder Incurable. Thoe Iot introtalnlu cnose rondily yiold to tho polont virtaoH of Dr, Boll's Bilttore, It i i, purely vrotnhabl oornpond, which note on thoe kidoys, lvor and howole at tio same eI ine nd tIhus alone?ia the wholo Ayntaom. Don't wnit, bt g bot tlo to.dlny and ouro your. nnlf,--Advt, " HOILIOWAY's OIN'I'r?uN' AND PIlC,-Hoalnth'e Defnueua, None nave tho utrongeat can with impunity pnia through the alldde traiitlions from wot to dry, flonm oold to inaggy waltllor so provlnllet during the aintumnl and oarly winter monthl. In ilnlan?, broahlitl...

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(From the Sydney Papers) London, Feb, 15. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

(Pram tho JI~diicll Pcticorn) Lonldon, Pub, 15, Thu lief of nppiiontiuui for npnao at tha Aduolido Jtibluoa Exhi lition oloduul to dy, 770 oxhlbitoru hiavo nppiud for sp{ci', nmountingIto 80,000 anhiu fcnt, Bdgin n oxhhlitorn will iind a colllution of 110 pia. tur".u. Austria has asked thoe Reichsrath for heavy military credits, and the Hungarian Parliament has made additional demands on the delegations. It is announced that Lord Balfour of Burleigh has been appointed Parliamentary Secretary to the Colonial Office, in suo. cession to the Earl of Dunraven. A fatal outrage is reported from Ball year, in County Clare, Ireland. A bailiff and two constables were fired at yesterday by some men concealed in ambush. All three wore fatally wounded. The assassins afterwards escaped pursuit. It is expected that Mr. Goschen's inten tion to stop the English subvention in Egypt will result in the failure of the coupons, for which the Tories blame Mr. Gosehen. Calcutta, Feb. 16, To-day being the d...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

SmI PATnROIC JxNINros paid a short visit to Dubbo lately to bid farewell to his constitu ents before taking his departure for London as a representative of this colony at the Im perial Conference, HoI said that he had ac cepted the appointment, which he regarded as a high and honourable one, at the hands of the present Government, in the best in. terests of the country, and he assured them that if he appeared in London as one of the representatives of this colony, nothing would be done or assented to by him but what he believed to be for the honour and credit of this colony. The conference is something now in the history of the Empire, and accredit. edrepresentativesof thediffront colonies were invited for the first time to meet together to consider matters connected with the general welfare, such as the defences of the Empire in outlying regions, and there can be no doubt that the conference . will have the effect of strengthening the bonds which unite the colonies to the mother co...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

SYDNE Y, 7 p.m. The Board of Enquiry into the working of the Works Department has recommondod the abolition of the Colonial Architoot's staff,. The chargo of arson against thle Rev, Mr, Britten, of Rydo, has boon adjourned till Wednesday, The rumour of warships being sent at once to the Now Hebrides proves to be en tirely false, The life of the daughter of the Roev, Mr. Baker, of Tonga, who was injured when the attempt was made to assasinato her father, is despeired of, H.M.S. Diiamond has beeoon ordered to pro. ceed to Tonga. Four mon blown out to son in an open boat were picked up by the steamer Sydney on her passage to Nwewcastle. 65 Ministorialists and 23 Protectionists have been returned at present. The Secretary of the Trades and Labour Oouncil says that 8000 (1-800) mechanics are out of employment. Sir Julius Vogel introduces a mneasure next scssion into the Now Zealand Parlina ment to extend the franchise to women. Thu railway employees at Ooulburn have dirooected that their...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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PROBABLE WEATHER FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

PROBABLE WEATHER FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY. ' VAnIntaL until 7th or 8th, when warm fine days may be looked for, unless wind is from sonth, wheon rain and boisterous weather will most likely onsue; from 20th to end of month wvarmn and fresh N.E. broczes.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

Farmers & Gardeners ANDERSON & CO,'S SEEDS. FOR ALL CROPS GENUINE & RELIABLE. ASK YOUR STOREKEEPERS FOR THEM, AND SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. ANDERSON & CO., SEEDSMEN AND PLANT MERCHANTS, 216 & 218 PITT STREET, SYDt Y. 7-7-86 JOHN RITCHIE, SHIP AND COMMISSION AGENT, AND) COLONIAL PROD UCI, MI RCIIANT, Calueloaina Whtart, Sydney, Strict Attention given to Returns. 7-81.80-y "Diseased Nntuwo oftentiIomes reake forth in! strango orlptionl."--Act iii, Sucee 1. TO THE PUBLIC. SOMB patients ntnfering from tnervous affeoo tionr are aframi from choir bnhhfullrcc anld inol.dety to Ii.iSONA,.I.Y consullt a medical .nan-oilier nl ients have nut thIosolf-poRvsHHicn and coolness when ill the coidHlltilng rooin|, to accurately describe their yinptoms--their halite of life, and the natote of the dieonse tlhy suffer from. lot such personll (he or sile) sit qlietly downw in the privacy of their oi'wn alpartmentsll , anld with cnlll mlinds doecrilo clearly nach sytpto...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. QUINQUAESIMA SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

RELIG IO US. CHTUROH OF BNGLAND. QUINQUAESIM3A SUNDAY Divine Borvice will bo conducted on Sunday next in the Church of England Churches by the Itor, Mr. Duncan, as follow : Chrlst Church, Kiama, nt 11 a.m.--Morlng Prayer. Christ Church 7.80 prn.-Evenlig Prayer St. Goore's, aerringong, at 2.,0 P.m. C yRwly' korest, at n a.m.-Mr. 1. . Kendall, Services will bo conducted In the Church of England Jnmbrroo, and Shelllmrbour, by RIt. E. Oriuford, on Sunday next, as follows : Shollharbour, at 11 an.m Jamboroo, at 7.00 p.m.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

MEETINGS TO BE HELD. 1'rot~tnt Alllnnoe mooet Fob. 16, at 7b, No. 12, L.O.L., mects MarchN . at 7e. No. 116, L.O.L., moots March, 7, at 7.80, No. 140, LO.L., meets March, 8 at 7.00 p.m. Boao of Temporanco, No. 27, meoots FPb. 28.

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WOLLONGONG ELECTION. Wollongong, Friday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

WOLLONGONG ELEOTION. Wollongong, Friday, 7 p.m. Mr. F. Woodward has boon returned for Illawarra by a majdrity of 200 votes.

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Thursday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, Thursday, 7 p.m. Messrs. Melvillo, Walker, and Creer wore returned for Northumberland. Friday, 11 a.m. Sir HI. Parkes travelled by special trains, and spoke at Gootamundra, Yass, and Tumut yesterday. lie speaks at Adolong to-day. Messrs. Abigail and Hlawthorno are stumping in the Wellington and Bogan dis tricts. Mr. Jago Smith, a free trader, was elected for West Macquarie. The declaration of the poll at Northumber land passed off quietly. There wore 8000 persons present. The City Council granted a retiring al lowance of £1000 to Mr. Woolcott, Town Clerk. There is a serious outbreak of pleuro in dairy cattle at Brisbane. The South Aus tralian Veterinarian reports that in the north-east horses are sufi'ring from malig nant typhoid fever, highly contagious, and destructive to human life, and no expense must be spared to eradicate the disease; there are also a number of horses dying daily in Victoria, The final contest in the Carrington Elec trio L...

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ELECTIONEERING. SIR H. PARKES AT QUEANBEYAN. Queanbeyan, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

ELEOTIONE1ERING, SIR II. PARKES AT QUBIANIDSYAN, Queanhoyan, Thursday. Sin Herny PAnIrcs' visit ended in a fiasco. After being refused a hearing in the street, he spoke in the Protestant Hall, but met with continued interruption. Ile called his opponents gorillas, monktoys, &c,, and before he concluded three-fourths of the audience loft the building to hear Messrs. Rose, O'Sullivan, and Ryrio, who completely got tihe crowd in their favour, Sir Henry Parkos passed whiloethe meeting was going on, and was heartily groaned at. He loft the town by a back street in order not to pass the crowd again, Cheers were given for Messrs, O'Sullivan, Rose, Ryrio, and the Mayor, who was at. tacked by Sir Henry Parkes, but who is strongly supporting Mr. O'Sullivan. The most strenuous cfforts are being made to raise a sectarian feeling against Mr. O'Sullivan. The Rev. Mr. Stool is going round the district doing so. The farmers, however, seem likely to stand to Mr, O'Sullivan. He was secoonded ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

I. TTTE WCOLONXAL NEWS. The negotiations which are being conducted by the Postmastor-Genoral of Great Britain and the Agents-General of Victoria, New South Wales, and South Australia, with the P. and O. Company and Orient Company, with the object of securing definite offers for the ocean mail service between England and Aus tralia, have boon advanced another stage. The AgentGoeneral, Sir Grahamn Burry, last week telegraphed stating that both companies had conisented to modify the tenders sent in by them last year for the service. The P. and O. Company state their willingness to accept a subsidy of £85,000. per annum for a ten years' service in lieu of £100,000. The Orient Com pany announced that they are prepared to re duce the amount of subsidy previously de manded by them to £550 per voyage, the sor vices in each case to be fortnightly, so that a weekly delivery of English mails as at present would be secured. The officers of the depart mont state, if those amended tendera be na c...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A GARROTTING CASE NEAR MELBOURNE. SIX PERSONS ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

SOTENE. SIX PIISONS AIRliESTrD, Ar the instance of John Brown, a briok. makor, residing at Essondon, who whilst returning home on Sunday morning at 1 n,m, was assaultod in a brutal manner nndl robbed of a watch and some money, war rants worn (the " Ago" states) issued on Monday for the arrest of two brotheors named Robt, Spivoy and Win, Spivoy, and two others known as Johnson and Gus, The oxocution of tIhe warrant was ontrusted to mounted-constablo Ash ton andt Onstablo Gorin, who succeeded on Tuoeday in arrnast ing the otmhders, They proooeedod to Springl~old, near Keilor, whoro they found Robert Spivoy and Johnson in a hut on the roadside with two womon of disreputable character, After searching the place for the other prisonors, tho man known as Gus and William Spivoy onme upon the soono, the former armed with a gaun, whioh was loaded and capped, Robert Spivoy, who was then undor arrnest, xclaimed, " You arrested us easily, but you will have a - hot job to take the other two," Ju...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. OSBORNE IN LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

MR. OSlORNNI IN LAMBTON. Strong languago was indulged in on Wod nosday evening at MIr, Osborno's mooting in Lambton, He donounced the " Daily Tale. graph " of Sydncy as a "filthy, contornp. tibla rag," Ories of "Burn it " then arose, and Mr. Osborne throw the paper down, and said "To blazes with it,?' The minors then set fire to the print, and. throo groans wont up as it was consumed. Ir., Osborne next donouneed a Nowoastlo papor,, and it also was burned, At the close of the address Mr, Osborne got a vote of thanks without opposition.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

NOTES OF TEE DAY, Tn State Children's Relief Department is extending its operations rapidly. It appears at present that there are 1757 children under its control; of these 1071 are paid for as boarders, 433 are apprenticed, 120 are adopted, 09 are in invalid homes, and the remainder are at ordinary service. At the last monthly meeting the president, Dr. Renwick, brought under consideration the present manner of placing children under State control. I-e pointed out that the present system is defective, as it sometimes leads to children being taken charge of by the State who might without actual hard ship remain in their own homes, and that extreme difficulty was experienced at present in discovering the residences of parents, and compelling them to pay for their ohildren'a support. To remedy these. evils Dr. Ron. wick pointed out in his annual report a method which has since been adopted in Victoria with satisfactory results. Persons applying to be relieved of their children are ther...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

OUR MIOSCELLANY, Typhoid fever is raging in Newcastle, Up to Thursday 4t free traders against 20 protectionist wore returned. The first stop towards the celebration of the Queen's Jubilee in India was the liberation of 25,000 prisoners for minor offences, A boy 4 years of ago was drowned at Balmain on Wednesday. His body was found floating In Johnston's Bay. A butter factory is to boe established at Bur rawang soon, with a capital of £3000 in 700 shares, The execution of the Mount Ronnio crimi nals is said to have booen highly approved of at home. The Adolaido and Paradise Tramway was sold by auction on Wednesday for £5000 to a syndicate. Harris, who threw a kerosene lamp at his wife, causing her death, and then attempted suicide, is recovering. The Right Hon. W. B. Dailey has taken a decided change for the better, and Dr. Tibbetts has now groat hopes of a spoedy recovery. A weather-board cottage occupieod by a Mr. Fouolow, was burnt to the ground on Tuesday last, through the upseot...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHELLHARBOUR POLICE COURT. FEBRUARY 11, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

SHELLHARBOUE POLIOE COURT, F?utunAn 11, 1887. BrFonE John Ooniway, Esq., J.P. John Ambroso, in custody, pleaded guilty to being drunk at Albion Park on the 10th inst., and was fined 8s ; in default, 24 hours in hellhbarbour lock.up.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 February 1887

LOOAL AND ENEFRAL NEWS, WE learn that the Rev. J. H., Price, of Five Duck, Sydney, has been appointed by Bishop Barry to the Incumbency of Christ Church, Kiamna, vice the Rev. Mr. Heath, who with drew from his appointment, Tern jetty frmu the quarry at Long Point, Shellharbour, was partly destroyed by the storm which raged along the coast last Suniday, There was a cargo of metal on the jetty at the time, which was washed into the sea ; the dam age is considerable. Most of our readers will remember the lato Mr. Alexander Bowio, more familiarly known as "Sandy," Some few years ago the old gon tieoran was removed from hero, and has boon tended to slnco for the most part by the re speoted and well-known fiamily of Mr. Samuel Reid, of storokeeping renown in this district, About the beginning of last month poor old " Sandy" died in the Parramatta Hospital at the ripe old ago of 00 years. DANiEn AIICmAD.-We have boon requested to invite the attention of Gorringong ratepayors to a notice in...

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