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TREATMENT OF CRIMINALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 February 1887

TREATM??NT OF ORIMINALS. AnaEroA has not boon backward in npplyling modern ideas in the treatmeont of prisonors., Her ponitontiaries nIow compareo fiavourably with those of other inations, whilo no nation probably has gone so far in substituting mild for severe punishment. Repugnanc to the doeatlh penalty is so strong tllhat it has. boon abolished inl soveral of the States. T'he largo Stato prisons koop tlhoir prisoners steadily at work together during tho day, and soparato themo in the cells at nighlt, In some cases the labour is sold to contractors who pay so mouch per man, but it is said that this system does not work well, as it brings outside influoence Into contact with the prisoners. It is moro desirable that State omicials should superintoend and dispose of the work. Many of the prisons ar sealf-supporting, or nearly so, while that of Ohio yields an annual profit to thle Stato. None of tihe prisonors rank higher than that, of thils State ant Columbus. In It the convict may, ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 February 1887

HOE AbND FOnIGB N NEWS. Somini sl?lang sights w'rivo witnoasd on Tunosdlny nat OCIrpatas, duling tIllo oxoontion nof~ man n?nod CGiousl, who hand nmurdcrod n littlo girl of oighllt solo anoibths ?go, Clianous thorught ho would Iho roprlovod at tho last imoInot, 'Whein his doatlih.w rant was road to him ha nappoarod onlm, and at. tnln(id to tie n? lnnitratlions of iho ohlilaina. ]3oforei guotting ito tho v'an whiilui was to tako hhiin to t ho guillioitno bii sinokod a cigar. otto andl cdrnnlk n glass of rum, An io?nions? orowd hlad assolilllb o to sac him dia, nul an soon as thu khid fa snyv d his hoad froai his body thla popl)o burst tihrough thlo ly of trool ps l a ?'d rashd to thu guilIlotni, w hor'( ohihi ron woro ipriingld winti thu mutednor's blood., 'Ihlis ha?rnill ' pl'rooulldli?g is boliaovod in thi soulh tlo Lh olilunloau I., lprovontgl? ohlhitrn froam bloooinIl muihuororsa thoni. s?iolves, MIuch excitement and alarm has been catised at H-ostooklr, near flolton, by the re p...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 February 1887

GREAT EIXCITEMENT IN WALES ABOUT A MARVELLOUS CURE. Living Six Years Without Going to Bed, l'R. EDITOR,--lWhileo slponding a few days aL nt the pleasant seasido town of Aboryst. wilth, Cnrdiganlhir, Wales, I heard relatedot what seeinod to uo eitllher a fabulous story or a marvellos curoe. The story was that a poor suffeoror who had not been able to lie down in bed for six long years, given iup to die by all tie doctors, had been speedily cured by solne Patent Melldicino. It was related with thle mnore inplicit conlidonce from the circumstancos, as was said, tllhat the Vicar of Llanrystyd was familiar with the facts, and could vouch for the truth of the report. IlHaving a little curiHsity to know how such stories growv in travelling, I toolc the liberty while at thle villago of Llanrystyd to call upon tile Vicns, the lsev. T. Evans, and to uenquir about this wonderful curoe Though a total stranger to hlin, both lhe and his wife most graciously enteortaineod me il a halfl hour's con ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 February 1887

Ioth olass 1 l0outietry ot Ioformn Prices, Art) fluiu, Toothl3oet QonlIty), Fil o80le , (aIppor nod lower) £11, Milrhlohl lirothora, SurgonO D)Ut iota, 181 Elilaboth Stroot, 1Iydo Pork, Bydoo -Any. 8.28.86.?.. Auous'r Fiowan.-Tho mostmiourallo 1 in (ho world aro those unitorIng train DyoPoIn and liver oomoplaint Moro thon navonuty-livo er ocot of the poole nrao nfiliotod with tllho two d ionneo nd aoffacto cuch ne So0tr Stoumnchs '8iok 1Jondachlll, H1lbt0l Oooilvooouo, Plipita - tion of thoe Hoort, IIourt-bhuro Wntorbrnsh, gnauwig nird huming Paine .t tho pit of thio 8~totifi, Yello0w Skin, Ontod Tongug and ldie agroonbli tanto In theo 11on0th1, cooling op of food after oating, low ipurils, &0. (o to your Drug glat nod got a bottle aof Auguot (Flowor,-Arn. Do Nov O1l DbnuouuAaulonveol if you hove triad 1many rc11101i1u0 fur your kkioloy llaoneo or liver coutpin1iit wltlholot 8)1000I0 no ronanll whiy you 3 b) lhld Ilthinlk our 3) idiodor iIlonlrnol.o, 'ITli mos)) Illltrlclabl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 February 1887

* Borough of Kiasma IN nooordanoo with tlihe one o hundlrod and Sfourth olnuse of tho By-lawa. of this Bor: ough, tho Muncllpal Council of Klatin hIoroby dlroots that tho woods known as Bnthuret Bur?, Sootch lThistlo, and Ootton.plant, aro to be ox tirpatod from all lands wlithiih tihe munti~ipality hotboro theo 25lth prexlmo, falling whlih logel prooodinge will boe' taken for ,d beroaoh of thlo y-.lew in quoestion. JAMES SOMERVILLE, Council Clork. 20th Fob., 1887, 2 .23.817, R. HENRY HOLDEN, PHOTOGRAPHIER, lMANNING.STI'IN1', Kl AMA, ANDI3ROUG I. TON C1ItEK, Every Style of Portraiture Spoohnone on vlow at Studio, 8PEOIALITY,-EnInrgomonHd.from' Oarto do Vialton,, &u, Old nodl nst fatding pio tLures Ooplod nd EIlnargod, A clloloo solortlon of Viows of linit anti Ilawarrlr Sounory. ,, 11.,, will visit lroughton orook on Wod. nosinday, 2ldtl, romnaining till otunrdny, 20th -ch. 80 7-17 80 SEMlI-ANNUAL SALE. THE attention of Heads of Families and con sumers generally is directed ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 February 1887

IN MEOMO'I~AM, TIE LATE REV. JNO. WALKDEN BROWN. Paper by the Rev. fl. W. Orton-read by him in the WVoealoyan Church, Kiama, at a mneiorial servico, by request of tihe supor. intendont of the circuit, on Sunday morn ing, February 20th, 1887. JoHN WALKaina BUnow~N arrived in Australia about 1859, and some time. after was received as a member of the Wesleyan Church in Iathnrat. Through seasons of painful doubt on some religions matters he struggled and prayed and found his way to te foun. dation rock of the Truth and Salvation, as it is in Christ Jesus. For some time he was engaged as teacher of a National School near Balthurst. $oon giving evidence of his mmr gifts for public speaking, ond passing the usual examinations, he was received as a local proadeher. After sonme time, in compliance with a special invitation, he proceeded to QuooaR land, and was engaged at first specially to talke chlarge of the congregation at South Brisbane -a suburban outpost of the than one Brisbane circui...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Tuesday, 11.30 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 February 1887

TELELGRAPHIO INTELLIGENOE. (FROM oUR own CORISPONDEN'T.) SYDNEY, Tuesday, 11.30 a.m. The Cabinet sat late last night consider ing thlio Estimates, and the relief of the un employed. The unemployed made a demand for bread at the Benevolent Asylum, and afterwards interviewed the Prnemier, who promised speedy relief,. Mr, Stevenson was elected for Wollombi by a majority of 112. Mr, Leo has been returnedl for Tenterfield, and Messrs. Levion and Dowell for Tamworth. Mr. Lyno addressed a meeting at )Dubbo in the interests of. protection. A largo supply of water has been obtained at a depth of 942 feet, 75 miles on the road from Bourko to Wamnarang., Threeoo hundred and fifty firemen leave for Melbourne to-day to takq part in the comn petitions; free passes were granted. Caffrey and Penn, the Gtreat Barrier 'Is lauid murderers, were executed yesterday in Auckland; they made a full confession. Since tho beginning'of'the year there have 'bon 180.. fatal'"cses' of ty~Jioit'.in 'Mel boiirn.......

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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KIAMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 February 1887

ISAMA MUNIZIPAL COUNQIL. TnuanAy last bolng oro of tho days of the Broughton Crook show, and also theo regular day for the Kinana Municipal Counnll's moot ling, it way tlhoughlt ladvisableo to postpono thelo Ilttor till Saturday. Businoes papers woro issued accordingly, and the Council met at about half past 11 a.m., wheon thero wore prossnt-the Mayor, Aldermnon Colo, OCraig, .Kling, Lovo, and uomorvillo. Minuteok of ordlinary mooting on tho 27th January. of nomination on tho le 1st February, of polling on tihe 17th Feobruary, and of espooial mooting for oldotion of Mayor on the 12th Fobruary, wore road and oonfirmod. UO1lutESPONUBNUB. Tho Counoil Clork road oopies of lottors ad. drossed to (1,) Dr, Tarrant asking what pro. gross had beeoon made with thie Kianma Tramway Ao Amondmont Bill at tho timeo tho late Parliamont was proroguoed, also whotheor thie £25 paid on thalt occasion will bo rofundod to the Counoil; (2,) (3,) and (4.,) Mr, .. .0, Johnston, tho lodal roprosontativo of M...

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IRISH EVICTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 February 1887

IBISH VICOTIONBS, A. Glonboighr county Kl i'rry, on thoe ?stnt, of the Hlon, ?owlhtndl Win, (,hu drputy slhorif', guardad by n largo foroe of polion, on Januaruy 11, commrnronoed ho work of avioult. ing 80 famils, All th hlounws anrn to Io dustroyod, anid lho poasantry of th, dlstriot aro muoh oxolLud In oinnsequorno, 'Ihn ostato has a rontal'af about l1000 n yearl', and ist allagnd to hInvo fallen into thu hanIld of mnonoy londors, Thi roaslstnnoo of th Olonbolgh tounantry to thio paynltrr of ront hans lastod for yuars, andtI th onuunts intllly rofusod an oflbi machi to then thalt Lall uarroars up to 188,t should bo uoauollkd, providod thlr;y paid olno' yearl's engr ntad rosts, Yuostorlday tho ihlst ovilolon was ollbotud at the farm of a man nameui PReardon, which lies in the liheart of the wild glens. The roof was at once set on fire, and the place was quickly destroyed, the agent's men knocking down the walls with crowbars, Thue tenant has a family of eight children and no stock....

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KIAMA SMALL DEBTS COURT TUESDAY, FEB 23, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 February 1887

3aAMA SMALL DEST C OURT , TUESDAY, FEB 25, 1887. ]Baronm H. Oonnell, Esq., P.M, and James Colley anti M. N. Jiindmarsh, Esqs., Js.P. Doits v. R. M'Glinchey. Mr. Haveratoin appeared for the defend. ant. This was a case in which the plaintiff sued to recover from the defendant thu price of a set of buggy harness. It appears that a convorsati6n relative to the making of a set of harness toqk place between tho plaintiff and defendant, when it wnasmen. tioned thae certain articles required fol the making of the harness would have to be prooured. M'Glinehey asked Deitz what ho would make the harness for, and he said £5, but M'Glinchey got him to cut thd price down 10s, making thu price £4. 10s. Thu defendant swore that nb order was given for the harness, and when it was sent to him he returned it by the mailman, and stated that he did not want it, as he was going to sell his buggy. The defendant stated in courb that the harness (produced) was spring oart harness, and not buggy. Dolt, howo...

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THE AMERICAN WORKING MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 February 1887

As a rule, the American working man is steadier than his fellowv in Britain-much more sober and possessed of higher tastes. Among his amusements is found scarcely a trace of the ruder practices of British manu facturing districts, such as cock-fighting, badger-baiting, dog-fighting, prize-fighting. Wife-beating is scarcely over heard of, and drunkenness is quite rare. The manufac turor in America considers it cause for instant dismissal, and is able to act and does act upon this theory, thereby ensuring a standard of sobriety throughout the works. During all my experienco among working men, I have rarely seen a native American workman under tihe influence of liquor, and I have never known of any serious incon voniences or loss of time in any works ri sulting from tihe intemperance of the men. Even on tile Fourth of July the blast; fur naces are run with accustomed regularity, and if the "glorious Fourth" is passed suc cessfully, all otlher temptations are naturally harmless. It is u...

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SOME NOTES. (Communicated.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 February 1887

OM E NOTES. [BY A. B, 0,] ('onmmuunicoaed.) Smi inHtY PAInKxs' reception at Wallsond, Quoanboyan and other places lihase boon tile re verse of onthuslnetic, and for this lie has only himself to thank. " Those who live in glass ihouses shouldn't throw stones," and when a man whoso oharaoter is not, to say the least of it, inmmuaculate, will persist in running about the country indulging in virulent and sourrilous abuse of candidatos' who are opposed to him and his policy, it is not at all surprlsing tlit their supporters should refuse to listen to hini. The Free Trade press uphold, thu Premior's conduct as in duty bound, and the Sydnqey nMorning lteratl saya i-" In going to Wallsond the Promier wao only followinlg the praetice pursued by Eilglish Premiers and other prom. inent members of Governmont, and hlo ?,~s ,on 'titlod to as imuuh respecths the hoad of tli6 Iilnistry recoives from the constituencies At homo." Quite so if he spoke and acted in a manner consistent with the dighilt...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 February 1887

rBsInoP BARnnY when speaking of religious Instruction in public schools the otlhecr day, said the Itfltory of the past year had shown clearly that there was no ucation before the public mind which could cbmnparo in import ance with the question of the true education of the younger generation of the Anstralian community. lIe alluded, no doubt, to those flagrant crimes perpetrated by young people, which unfortunately made Now South Wales feel ashamed of the rising generation. In a now and growing country like this, hlie said, there must be material advance, but whether it should be laid hold of and become true progress and true civilization, depended upon their being able to rightly educate, and rightly train those who are growing up to Inherit a far greater future than the present in which they aro living. In speaking of the education of the people he did not ex oludo either physical or intellectual educa' tion, and with the latter he associated that culture which dealt with the imag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 February 1887

Flarmers & 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, SY "D TE Y. 7-7-86 JOHN RITCHIE, SHIP AND CO IMMISSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL PRODUCEI MEROTIANT, Cnludoninn Whanrf, Sydnoy. Strict Attention given to Returns. 7.31-80-y "Diseancd Nanito oflenlinne breaks forth in atrango orlptiona."-- Act i, Scone 1. TO THE PUBLIC. SOMi1 pati?onls suffering from nervon naff'c I? iO nlo re af'itkl frnu shor bnIshfulluclSi atml Inl(odil'.y o PituOoIINA.LLY coullfilt a medical inni-othlor paient(R l ave not lito ollf-llpoa'.osiin lllil coCnlliteI whenl inl tho coiIHlllting ro mlll, to nccu'nrlely descriibo Illir i yinptmttaB-tlhir' hialits of life, and lto intlur'o of tio disonso titly slufTr frolm. Lot onici perRonI (lie or lho) sit q'tioely down in hit o privacy of thirlh o,n i panrlineillt, and wlllth'nl?n tind...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 February 1887

LOCAL AND OGENERAL NEW0. PLAT laying ihaes booeen commonced on the Klama ond of the railway, noar tho cemetory. TuE return crickot match bhoetwoon Kiama and Kangaloon clubs came off at Albion Park on Saturday last, and resulted in a victory for Klama. W~e learn that Mr. Henry Connoll, jun., son of the respeoted P.M. and C.P.S. of KIiama, for 40 yoears in the Publio Sorvice, has been ap. pointed to the ofilco of O.P.8., Orown Lands Agent, oto., for Shoalhaven. Mr. Oonnell, jun., has had a long and tochnlcal training for the duties of the oftice, having been employed with his father In the Kianei 0.P.H. ofice, and Land Oflico, before' he entered the Public Sora vice, OerToAn.,-Intolligonce roached us yester day of the deceaso of Mr. WV. Fraser, (says tlhe Broughlton Greek Regin.tlcr) almost a centenarian1 at the residence of his son, Mr. Jamoes Fraser of Cambewarra. The deceaosed gentleman had reached the advanced ago of 80 years. Ho lived n quiet unobtrusive life; and yet piosses sed...

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NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 February 1887

NOT" 1 OF THE? AY. Tna Argontino Republio is a formidable rival to Australia in the groeat'wool industry. 3Ir, W, Neill, .the Argontine Oonsul for Now South Wales, gives some valuableo in. formation in this rospcot. The Republio, he says, is a prosperous oonntry. It han 2,290 miles of railway paying six per coant,, whlich is said to be the highest return ob tained by any country on capital invested in railway ontorprlieos, Its territory is exten. elved, and naturally theoro is a groent variety of olimato, The soil generally rich and productive, the country is wel watoreod, the annual rainfall s about 30 Inches, and the nmean annual temperature is between 10 and 70 degrees. It produuces cereals and fruits hii abundanea, and its wide spread plains are well adapted for wool.growing ln the number of sheeap and cattle, Mlr, Noell says the Republio is unequalled, but in quitality and value of wool Australia oxoels it, This, hlo thinks, is more to hle attributed to tlhe broed andt treatmen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 5 March 1887

Among tho U' uoemployo d " agitators thier ia a once well known iporsoinauo, one Jean Lue. It will be ronemmbored that Jenn, durings thu memorable Tiohborno trial, sworo th " heo resouod the "Olaihmant" from the wreok of the B3ella, For this item of informs tloun h weas rewarded in London with four years' ~pual servitude ois thu groiuisd of pci jury. O~? "Ri,,son why diisnso of the blndde(iOr and urinary organs ar so sdillicult to ouru is that they frereotly have no prloounelo d 1yi ptlloln,, Dr. B13ull's (Kidney arl Liver) litlter's are peou liarly adlapted to the clro of those comophlsinmm, andl go at once to the sc~t of the trouble, giving relil at oloce.-Adv. Tho priseounor Potta, who recutly escaped from thy Quoanhboyu goal rod wais oloverly oilpturld on Friday by Soleior-Sorgoanm Oirtlot assisted by Sunir-Clontable Loughlin, was dis covered hi the Bridabello Mountainsh having footed it following the river aill the way from Quaounboyan.l The police lhad a miost trying trip, buh...

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SHOOTING A "TIN-KETTLER." [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 5 March 1887

SHIOOTRG A " TIIT-XTTLEB," Tim Colao correspondent of the Age reports a ocso of soeno interest to newly married pooplu and those intolerated nuisances " tin kettles." At the Birrogurra police court on Saturday, beforo Mr. Heron, PMA, and a bonch of magi stratus, a man of about 50 years of ago, named James Whito, a farilr, residing at Pennyroyal, 12 iniles from Dirrogurra, proceedud against a young man inmod Qdmund Normanl for lhaviag unlawfully and maliciously discharged a gun ait him. Apoording to the evidenco it appeared that on the night of the 7th Fubruary the plaintiff, in company with his two grown-up sons and a number of small boys, proceeded to the placo of the defendant, who had boon mar rold only two days proviously, and began " tin kottling " thie nwly wedded pair. After they had amused thllolslvos for about half-an-hour, Norman went out of hIlis boso on no less than throo separato occasions and warned thlom to 'dosist, otherwise Ieo would shout tloem. As thlis warning wa...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 5 March 1887

PItEBBYTISIIAN. Serslne wll hra condulietd In hIlo Pr~Ibyirtedan CIjwdwaIC oii Itlililay aat by Rev. J. Wilsonus tu flluwvJ Jiunbcrnoo at II un.ln I(Cllna, it 2.80 p.n. KInrasl, it 7.U p.Iu.

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INTERESTING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 5 March 1887

TNINFR Es'HINQ I'LEMS.~8 The report that a cyclone lad passed over BIowen has hboon confirmned. t ocoured on Saturday. No lives were lost, Slight damnageo was done to Government property at Poole Island, A stenlior and the jetty wero u'ttily wreooked. It is believed that the outlying districqts sulterod nioro tlhan the town, If anything onel sllake the faith of elielvers in quack medicine, people in St. Petershurg will never touch it again, A Baron Vrovs. key gave out tllhat Ie had discovered in a medieinal water a miraculous remedy for certain diseases. uBeing well advertised, it was eagerly bought, and woniderful cures wre reported, Thoe Baron required official permission to continue the use of the medi oine, and the medical comuitten of St. petuers. burg caused it to be anualysed. The result was that the famous remedy was found ab solutely identical with the water of the Nova. This roemedy left everything to faith, and did not even Roiqtain tl?0 grtin of mustard seed, A talogvtm ...

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