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THE SKELETON IN EVERY HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863

THE SKELETON IN EVERY HOUSE. (5oIo'I TilE LONDDN ELXAiiNELi.) "The world is out of joint," and no one born to set it right. Survey mankind from China to Peru, and nothing is seen but troubles. In the far East and far West the view is equally black, North and South the same. Tle Western Powers are com par-atively tranqoil,but ra-ince has in fexies the wfol by the cars, 'ahiuh she ciso neithe rhold no let go, and also, in com moIi with ourselivs, a share in the distress arising from the atoppage of the cotton . A fig is not more full of seed than T y is big with siubjects of discord. Oiie Eastern question used to be enough to trouble Europe, there are nosy sveriil rising threateningl5'. Italy is tortured with the incubus of the Pope in tome. Prussia panders to Russia's lust of tyranny and cruelty. With all so black elound, Austria looks coniparatively fair and eiisy. In all these troubles the two people who are and ouglht to be most sympathetic ire the great Yortliern IPoa-ers of Amer...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WESLEYAN SABBATH SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863

THE WESLEYASABBATH SCHOOL AHNI SAlIY. The yearly sbrtnons on beloilf of the above School warc preached last Sabbath by the Rev. J. H. L. Zillaoui, of Sydaey. Tlio.occa sooh-always ooe of iltorest ii this ta - drew to the chourcl large coagrcega etiop Tho subjocts of.the discourses sere irwl elioson thte ciarctor of Saul of Israel, :od ttie choice of Iosaesdr an~ iw %surotiat Lilt prestont mist have bDniihly dliglited with tile Inilpit sorvico 'he ildre sang very sweetly, two or thredecs referring to the glories of tho ch ii Zion above. Tie oxomination, i whs condoeted in toil aftcrnoosa; listened to with evident istorest and pleaco by a large number of visitors. If goodbhbliavioor in the house of God, aild ex tensive and accurate :icqusaintauce with Scrip ture iiidicate success, theo, certainly, the conductors of tl seioollhive had muhol to en courage tleti.s tMbe join in ttie general ex pression of fdlf thlt tlioy must be an iiutelligaot ond epiiest bhlod of teachers. The anoiniil ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863

Ora readers will observe in our advertising columns this morning, a notice of a meeting which is intended to be held on Thurs day next, for the purpose of considering the low prices which have beest obtained lately for thse peculisir produce of tlhis district, in other words, we presume,-to take mca sures for securing to the producer the just price of the iatticld he sends to mnrkct. The' advertisement has been printed at the re quest of a well-known dairy-farmer of this *neighbourlsood; land it is certainly. not sur prismg th0t so0e action should at letigtho h taken iu this mntter. It ihpfears to be the conviction of; every one concerned that the dair'yfsmbrs whio are in the habit of consigning. their produce to the hands of the Sydney, " ae nts" to be disposed of as chnce sCay d rect, are very commnonly. 'victimised to (no small extesnt 153.' those whonom tley trust. We have ue oursclvec ever been concerned in the podduction and sale of butter or' other dajry Froduce, the staple o...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BROUGHTON CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863

BROUGHTON CREEK. (FROM A CORRTSPOONDENT.) LECTURES DY THE REv. ROBERT WVILSON. A series of lectures are snow being delivered here bytthe Rov. Robert Wilson,bhis object belng to form an institete for rbligioos, moral,. ond jutollectool oimprovement.- Tho second lecture was delivered on Thursdy evenineg last, and beth lectures hove beets attcnded by crowded audiences. Tis lecteres were chioel descriptive of the greot progress whiels lIt bcen madb within the lost twos years oh ell subjects. Mops, diogroms, ond specimens were exhibited on tele various subjeectsrought forward is the lectures. It hlas been resolved to form s lilory in cosncotioti with the. insti tuite, aod one gentlmtnest his gueeroosly offered to give thIe greater part of tli smm required to psreclsse the boouks. - I trust all will take odvantuge of sucs an institute(: whlichl must become a refrcshissg relief frosp' oveninsg duties its the wild bush;

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERRINGONG AND BROUGHTON CREEK VILLAGE ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863

GcERoa iosNi AŽD 'BRoUGHTOa CREEK VIL LAGe RoAnD-This road is now passable for drays. A part of tho road hitherto only pas. sable for. pack-horsos with heavy loads, has been cleared, and a good dray road made for about two miles, commnciag behind Mr. Gfea. 'ate's house, endjain' the old road ilsich ppssedMr. Woq s' closeSlup. Inm hgppyBinfoi;,s the piJ9 olt~i tineprove moalt Cl-an lmpartput pdetblth district, being tlhe'rdad also to the Kangaroo Goulad.-( Coml mOnicatednI.) IsPOrnDIon.-Impoundced On the 21st Sept., 1853, by Mrr. G. Wood, from Jamnberoo, one - Spotted Red and White Hoifer, about tsvo years old, on illpgiblbe biaid on ribs, damages ansd driving, 2s.- JT nottremiiscd; to be sold on Thursday, the 15th October, 18523.-T. A. IIINES, Poundkeepr. CaICKET.--Wo regret to havo to alnounOc. the postponement of the match which was to have boon played so Thursday next, in coese quoence of, the indispositibn of two of our lend ing cricketers. Tht mtch will, however, take place in ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863

NOTICE. It is intended for the future to forward the papers of those of our subscribers who reside beyond the "Sportsman's Arms," to that establishment. Any who-object to this arrangement can have their papers left at the post-office as at present.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Th le tters iof E. n.P.S and of 1' Oia in the * Poor District," are inevitably postponed . till next week.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOLLONGONG TURF CLUB MEETING, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863

WOLLONGONG TURb' CLUB MEETING, 1863. (Abridged from tihe Mereuay.) The second Annual Meeting of the above club commenced on Tuesday Inst. At about one o'clock thcre.msnust have been from 800 to 1000 persons prescnt, the number on horseback or in velhicles being ]argc in proportion to those on foot. At about half-past twelve, the third bell rang for the start of thle Maiden lPlate, when six horses put in aIn appearance, JPotentata being decidedly the fiavorite, although Prince Charlcy had his fiiends. Brisbane, however, who proved the winner, was never thought of es having the slightest chance, except by a fewv who knsw the speed of the horse, it was in 'act one of those races in whici the knowing ones are deceived. M.ieNs PLArrE, of 75 so'OY., with a sWeep stakes of 3 sovs. each added, for all horses that lhave never won an advertised prize exceeding 20 sovs. at the time of' en trance. Second horoe to receive 13 sovs. fron the price. li mile; one event. Mr. C. Hoare's g c Brisbane, ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863

WVEEKLY CA~ENDAR. :nr rh\.e.I~nyot Suoodoo Suosot .Jtoooo TtBoDOX-M - * 3 ~ ii 5 hL ' t 10-1 WE'0EIUSDAOY '1. 1 SJ` H *5 1 SHODO~Y 2, '041 1508 10 SATHIODOA ,, 3 50 It 0 0 2 'tLND~ ...h.... ,, 4 0 27 0 1 21 IONDAIP ,,...... ,1: 030 0 2' 22B THE KIAMAl~I IND EPEND ENNT TUBSDA,~Y, ;SEPTEM~J3E1 29), 19983.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BATHURST. Thursday, 5.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863

BATHrrnST. Thu;isday, i5.30 p.m. Hosie's store, at Caloola, pes. stiuck up again lhst tenvnig, by five armed men, igwhimn were Gilbert, O'Meally, Brk \ad'Vae. They handeoffed Hosie and'tlhree'or four other men with the hand cuffs takeni from the police the day before. They took all the proptrty they could pcek on their horses, end destroyed nearly all the rest, because }Hosie hld given somne isforniation to the police. They also stole some of Hosie's h6rses, and shot others, bceause they could not catch them, and then procecding to a public-house a lshort distance from Hdsie's and reimained till ten p~m. Good information hiss just been received that- thse bushirangers were seen camped about liftecid miles front Bathurst three hours sinco Three scoundrels have been within tadnty-five miles of this tosn, com mitting All kinds of depredations, during the last wcok, and it is firmly believed that tise police, frorit their dilatory and sluggishi Iproceedisgno, are afraid of themIs. Idtor...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GARDENER'S CALENDAR. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863

GA.RDENER'S CAiLENDAiR. SEPTEBILiER. KITCHEN GARDEN..-SOW peas ,rench leans, cabbage lettuce, carrots, parsuip, turnip, broccoli. radish, spincch 'tomatoes, capsicums, &c. Plant potatoes, cabbage, lettuce artichokes, colery, parsloy, and herbs. Sow melons, ocnembcr,'pumpkins, &e. , Keep down weeds, pilverlse the soil, and irrigcate. OnceAnoi.-OroAl, -teoon, o, and almost l evergreen, frul?t' rs ay ], t~rnsplaniedl ; do not. keel, theo l t ro d tan necessary. In warmsitu tiooulhQrie, eailctilbunc, loquats, and strawberries r-ipcr aboitt thlieud of this month. , 'LoetElt GAOnp.-i--ontinne planting lilies, crinuns, and other bulb.sc Flowerine slnrubs may still be trans plnuted with care. IHyacllths, tulips, anemones, and ranonelussesbloom this month : protect themfrom too much bueat at mid-dy, as ailso n boisterous ecather. 'lant dahlias in good rich soil. Weed anud watr. VisE"Ar,o.-Destroy' caterpillars &e, , and keep the land''rcue from weeds., p . t FIeEL.--S...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THIRD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863

The weather s-i tritly ilelightfal, and the attendance oit the course as numerous as on the first day. There wore a larger numnber of ladies present, titan on either of the previous days. At about half-past twelve the horses drew up for ithe LADnEs PuesS, of 50 sors., with a sweep stakes of 2 sovsoj sch added, for all horses. The winner- of the Municipal Tosri Platodtdeirniti penalty not exceed ing 7 lbsatithediscretton of the stewards. Second hlorsa to rdeeive thie sweepstakes. Heats; 2 miles. Mr. Ivory's br g George the First, aged .. 1 J.1 OQuash is g Sharocr e k rs 315 Miss Dixoer's hilt hi Kiildare, S yrs.. .. 3 Mr. W. Dvorch's bh Ringleeder, aged Potentate was scratched. First Ieat.-Kildare went off witit the lead, the ]iace being leisurely, until' the striighlt runnmng was reached, in the first round, nhlen a considerable impro-enmrita mn sleed took place, Iiildare gave waii td ltugleadetr, who ldd dowii thu heavy side of the course, uit ooreoching the straight unmung Iome,, ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SECOND DAY, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863

SECOND DAY, WEDNESDAY. SoUrTi Co sT DIsTRIcT PURSE, of 30 Aovs. with a seepstakes of 2 sovs. each added, for all lorses the bona fide property of persons residing betwcen Btlli and the north bank of the Tuross River three months previous to the races. Heats, fl miles. Mr. G. K. Wlsdron's cli in Maid of Eriel, st 2 lbs (Donnelly) .. 2 1 1 Mr. De eInstre's ch g Potoetate, 6 yrs,hist4lbs. .. :. ..<1 2 2 Mr. Mlartin's clii Prince Ciharley,&5 yre, 1st7 lbs. There has seldom been.a finer race on the Wollongong course than thi alwve, and it is doubtful whether the distance was ever done in so short a time. The Maid of Erin was somewhat the favorite at startinfl. In the first heat the Maid went off with the lead, and kept it until reaching the Thumb side of the course, when Potentate forged ahead, and at the tarn towards home was leading by a length, which distance was de creased as the horses neared the distance post. From that point a tremendous straggle took place, bot...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEKLY SUMMARY OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863

WIEKLY SUDUAZY OF NEiK S. AOTansR iiMAIL ltoDEeD-THnr CAtCO.oi. --Thie ecitement produced by the robbery of the Rocecley mall within loar miles of Bathlusrt 1ad scarcely subsided, when in telligence of the Carcoar mail having beets sttic uip reached town. Until late last night we hlad beon able to pick up but feIr particulars of the effair, as before the report was much spread,.tAe mail-driver lead left Bathurst on tied uni-trip; and there wrees one passenger in the coach, to whom we could gaiin no access lee laving also left towie for the Turon. We have learned however that thee stoppage took place on Blaticy lill, somne nmeles freotm Bltleurst. Tisere were threene men concerned in this act, isid who are confidently stated to be Gilbert, O'Meally and one mianmnskedi audunklno-n. Ishey tissisted to takle the horses oat of the coachs, and then proceeded to overleaul the mailt bags, all of wiichs they .cut loose, opening alllttcers' except two; sixrof the letters we'ro registered ons,...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WRECK OF THE MIMOSA STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 September 1863

WRECK OF THE MIMOSA STEAMER.   From Captain. Keft and the passengers of tke ill-fated vessel, Mimosa, who arrived in Sydney by the steamer Kembla, we have par- ticulars of the wreck of the Mimosa: She was the property of the I. S. N. Co., and for a considerable time has been trading to the Southern ports. The steamer was under the command of Captain Keft, and from what we have been able to learn, left Merimbula for Sydney, at 1 o'clock on the 18th instant, hav- on board as cabin passengers. Miss Cousins, Miss Graley, Mrs. W. Polack, ten in the steer- age, and scarcely any cargo. The weather   was fine, and a light N.E. wind prevailed. At 3.30 p.m., being, 10 miles north of Bega, and twenty miles south of Montague Island, about a mile off shore, site struck on a detached rock. The engines were immediately stopped and reversed; the vessels went astern, hut com- menced making water very freely forward. It was evident that she would sink, and Captain Keft tried...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 October 1863

TO ~TO EDITOO Or THIE aKItOA IRDEPN.NOT.?' SIri.-I don'tioften road thd poetry that ap~ 'pears in tlie columns of a nowspaper. . It is not usually of a high charnetor,. -beingl'idst commonly tihe first attempts of young aspi-" jaots dftar renown, so that thlbse who expoct nothing are seldom disappointed. Dut my at tention inas 'called to the poem of di'. Flanigann;.thit appearcdin youro-nmiabor of thie 29th Septemo r last,' a1 I read it more attentively than usual, ushored in, as it is, tL?L laises of the .editor, and the critical s fthe iFreeman's Journal. t[ioo, 1Et us sheO what it is :---Thei story is nilauncholy.i A young lady having her affootions betrayed, is supposcd tb have conm mnitted'suicide, and we lhave some glowing de seriptions of lher beauty, formerly so radianmlt, blt now, alas I marrdd aud disfigured by the circumstainces to whichl lie;oad fate lhas re duced hlier. Th comlnparison of fornmer lovoli ness and present disfigurdmc nt is not perlhps ivithlbut :some mrir...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 October 1863

TO TUE EDITOR OF;lEIT irA!iNiiDINEP'DENT. S?,--Allow me tomink\hl few reuniarks on a poem whiclh,ppeared in your last issue on a suicide, infwlichl tllhe anuthbor, Mr. Roderick Flanagan; desci-bes the romantice attachment of abeantifnl girl to ah officor whom she fol lows to-Dublin,; and having had a quarrel, commits suicide to.oild her troubles. SThe poem, after'lying ten yoars in Mr. Fla nagan's desk,has atlengthl boenthought worthy of publication ; but I thinkit wouil hiave beon better if it'lhaid lain there for ever O Mr Flan gen's faith 'woihd then halve bocil nqueos tioned; but now tlhe questioli 5rises, did Mr. Flanagan ignore the sixth cominandinent, nau make it meritorious to commit suicide. IHis' poem leads us to believe what we should be very sorry to do, that MIr. F.is a heathen, as ino christian at all acquainted with the word of - God coeld for a moment believo tlht a suiol, to use Mr. F.'s own words, will -rise in rsada?no bright, - ' and with tihe samne hIdRe,~Ir. F....

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 October 1863

TO TIIE EDITOII Ol TIIE KICIAL INDENPIENDENT. Sil--I was o0o ofltho few who wcore pre soet in tllhe Court Botso otl Tiueosday lost, wilet Mr. Clitpmaht o politely addressed hIilmselfto to tho gentleman representing your ipaper on the sobjeict of thlo non-publicatictn of the "roster," which he said, was tho only thing in a local jornoal whichl it concornelc hin to see. I was sorry to witness this foolish exlhibition of temper and importance, hbenuso I hliave altaiys thought Mir. Chapltlan to ho a tman who woul dtlo his host to adminlister justice on the Belch, thoutgh I do not thinki lie kniows so muchi law as it- mighlt ie wishlet thatt a magistrato shoulld. It must have tmade him ai ppear'very ridiculous to those who we'ro there at the tinoe, to say that lie did not iknow wheni to attend tlhe Court uleoss hle woere re mindudt of it in pirint. It would look very strange if the va'rious clergyment of the dis trict should requiro to ibeo reminded in the smneo' way of the days whoenl t...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 October 1863

TO OTli: ED)ITOIR O' TIlE IttIAiA INDE'IN?DLET. Sm,--I obsecrve in tile .Mercury of lFriday last a lettler signedl "E.A.P.S."-the same, I liresitlie, as that whlich was crowded out of yoLr coluimns oni the p)reviouls TItlSsdlay . Not withlstanlldin?g its lpublication in yollr conten porary, I think it should ie inserted ill your Iext issuec by way of indulgence, if' niot of ,jutice, to tile writer. Poor illtn ! If his irri tattioll cltlt Ie allayedl by giving hilt pIlcuty of opliortunity to vent it, it is at pity he slhould be deprivedt of any chance; and it is lardlly necessary to say tlhant 1 cantot be annoyed Iby the publlication of Iris letter; for I thintl io bodly coutld. I would advise Ihimt, if ihe is sn tli-skinn'd as to ble dceptly wounded by imore "clltf," not to exspose hiimsoelf to the samet dttngecr again; though Iris betters andll mille, onil Iliktg their thotghts publec, always ronll tile risk of unfriendly and eveutsovere criti cism; and .1 tlhilnk tlhat iobody but ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Independent and Illawarra and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 October 1863

TO Tioe EDItTO Oi TrioE KiAowA Ii)NDEPENDENT. Sm,-Youlr eorrespoindes t A.S.S., in hiris " Ride to Shdalluirven," in your issue of 15th instant, soeems, like amolition, to hove "o'er loaped himiself, and fallen on t'other side," ren dcrilng quite unnecessary thie application to hiin of tile oexcrlamatiot by Dogborry-" Oh, that ho'd write me down an ass 1" This a'' imali inllst ho i recenllt imnlportatiolr. I roeellber now to lhave seenl a stunted specimeon of tihe genus ludicrously ondeavoritng to imitate theb novrements of a nrobler reast of burden. This lilng thie only orne iu thecdistrict, let us ihopo.. tihat we shall nriot, like Sterne, have to rwrite . Inlrmentatioi over a defiuncet specirfien of tie "ace. it Inry seemr presumption to an "ASS" for nllotller correspolldecrt of yollrs to isslllie four lettiers of tile ailphabet as a "snor de dplmeo;" nd lest this valutudinarian should injure hiris obtuse brain by further study of this mIystcry, • I willat olce tdiv'dgc thie secr...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent And Illawarra And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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