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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 5 March 1887
WESLEPYAN. ervlces will bn conductcd in tho Weslcynn CTlhurch, on Blucday nont, an followi: Klaulmi at 1 a.rm.-RIov, . . l Olanson ltainni, at 7.80 pin.--ltoev. . W, . Orlon Jamberoo, at Ii a.rn.-Rliv. R. V. Orton" ,lonlhroo, at 7.00 p.an.--MIr. J. (illltLlli Old hilaco at 2.00 p~m.--ley. It. WV. Ortan (Icyi.igoiig, at 11 nanh? r. ViV. Ccclii Oerncl goloynat 7.80 p.m.--Mr. V', Ccdcel V'oxl'railod, aL t11 namn- lcr. 0. A. OccoivUcU Blhomllarlur, at 11 ,.ln.--5l'. D. l,'lalai'aIII Nilllharboir, at 7,80 ip,n--lltov, 1I, itllalccn cv, . . I, Olson will conduct colvlca at lr. Noblo, Oaddloback, on Sunltday lext alt 2.80 pm.
THE INLAND MOSQUITO. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 5 March 1887
THE INLAND MIQSQUITQO Nor for many years Ihas there boon a the like the present in the inland distriots of Now South W\Vales for grass, water and mos quitos. On dwollers in the hush their ou, slaughtors are saimply torrilio,. Nothing whatever sooeems to come amiss to them ; and their si/e and forooity must he soon to ?e creditod. Thely move in dentachwnts of tril lions or tlhroabouts, and woo to thu living thling thatmoots thoem.l Ourlously oioLngh, each of these ilmmelnse swarms appears to have its dolinllite location and boulldary, generally around a wateorholo or swamp. At one parti; cular spot the traveller may be attacked by a hordo of small brown viragos, Moving on for a few hundred yards nooompaniod by these, l1e will, to his surprise and disgust, find them sucoooded by an altogetheur diflt. rent tribe of torturers, perhaps, almosrt black in colour, Then, after a while, hle Is taken chargo of by a legion of Amazons (if, as is said, it is tile femalh only who phlebotomisns), w...
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 5 March 1887
GONOREGATIONAL CIIUIOHI, OllRtNOONO. Thie Iloev. 0. Ileighway conducts oervles every Sunday no follows : Orrrolr.loo ult 11 nl.m. ad 7 ? p.rlh )Th eitor rIeqocst that tel varlou, cleg ymen of lth dsetrlet .ill forworl oamouosnnLeont of Hor'elmm o Io held frotnt llno to llt~tn Io their rcetheo whioh ootleou will in Itll coao bo Immserted tgettol.
THE SCANDAL CONCERNING THE LATE PRINCE IMPERIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 5 March 1887
BifOiiANSAl 6CohnkI THX LAT 3; P R~INCE~ I~PERIAL, Tue London corrospondont of thue ; Ago " writes:-Th osensational story rulativo to thu lato Princo Inpurial of Franca having left an illegitimnto son by an English lady of easy virtue, now in Australia, has just a fisoupoon " of truth in it and tint is ail. Theli varsion-,whioh represents the Prince, incognito, bidding farewell to a too fascinat. iog shop girl when ho went to Zululand is alsolutaly false. As Monsignor qoddard, who was thu keoper of his Imperial High. ness's conscinoon, says i HId tharo boon any thing of that kind ha should haI'v known. The Monsignor, howovur, Inkes a nistako when ha insists oln representing thu Prince as a parfact Joseph, Plunty of his oalnns, both at Sandhurst and in Llondon, know differently. Louis likad a pratty fica as wall as any youngstar of his tinia, 1His flirtations with Miss s Smith " of South-Sea, who was a well known garrison bello 10 yaars ago, ira rouemnohred by sooros of people, and p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 5 March 1887
NOTICE. " Rl . R, O. KENDALL has hoon autilorisod to rocoivo Accounts in connootion with tie KIATMA REPOnrTER, and his rocoipt will bho oulmoliont guaranteeo. s. MAJOR. The Kiarna Reporter. -0 PUBLISHBIIED EVERY iYEDNRSDAY AND SAT'UIDAY MORNING, SATURDAY, MAROIH . AUl y'or nwu fau~lt if you yrmalusickid or out of hcunllhl, whlnu yolu cmn yot. I lop Bltturs mlade by Aiuaurliaii Cu, ltuad,-~uv',
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 5 March 1887
Kianma Rifle Association, UI E quaroterly prizo meotinlg and monthly . comiotltioni of the nabovo will take place on WEDI)NIESDAY NEXT, Oth ilnset., common cing at 10 o'clock. II. 11., IIONEY, 3 5.87-1, lo.m Soc, Iflentls Doparltnolt, Sydney, 2nd lMalch, 1887. T ] N D E RS, A TTENTION 1i dirclted to (a'euelc Notices illviting TE 'NDE[IS for underlcentiollod kt , VI,. : 1, Blidge over Brtoughilton Mill Creeook, (oxocin sive of suppll' of irtnwork.) 2. Supply of Ironwork'o for above. Tilo for R[oecoipt of T'ounoers -20th lMAR0]I, 3-5.87.4. JOIHN iUTlELfRIAND. Notice Undoer Reaol Proporty Act. PPfLIOA'I'IONS having beeonl ,tlle to bring Iho lands hereluldor described under te1 provisious of thO Hlenl P'roperty ActCortilfonle of iidefensibo 'litlo will isane, utileU Cavoatl bo lodged iin Form B1. of th eaHit Act, on or' bh. fore the date naluodt opponito each easi roste tively. Property.-Non . 0043. Town of Kiatina, 1.-acr allotments 7 nld 18 of sootion 2, granted to A, OC, hime, Nalno ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 5 March 1887
Tn, annual mooting in connection with the Sydney Fomnlo Roefuge was hold in the Young Mon's Ohristian Association's rooms, on Monday last, under the presidency of the IIoN. WV. J. FosTEn, Q.O., Attorney-Geoneral, M?a. FosTen romarked that tile institution was doing a useful, a difloult, and at the same time an increasingly necess|ry work, but from its quioet unpretending naturo it did not secure that amount of pullio at tention which it desorved, The prospoerity of the colony depends much upon the up rightness and purity of the people, and all who wish the country well should assist to stemn tile tide of immorality and briane that now prevails. Aoording to Mnr, FosTnn, tho immorality of Sydney is increasing in the sanmeno rapid ratio as the population, and the samne might be said also of the colony at large. The annual report road by thie I-on, 800rotary, MI. WV, ORGANa, JP., shows that the institution, since its estallishlunmont in 1848, lhas mnde constant, steady, and sati"' facto...
COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 5 March 1887
COLEBBCIAL. South Const nind West Canmdoll Co-oporatlvo Compa~ny (Limitod,) Following aro tho quotations : Buttor, lot, porl! .................. 0 0 1 to 000 act' t r ditto ...................0..... . 8 0 0 Bl..c , ier Jb, ......... .......... 7 ,, 0 0 7 Tllrdr, pot lb ........................ ..... O(ceo ditrtO ..................... ......... 0 (} 5 ,,,lu,, peo, ............................. 17 O 0 , 8 0 [:Mr SiklmJ eauh l .......~..~...·........... o Cuf,, l, f I ..... ........ .....t . . ,, 0 0 i Calves, ech .l......,........................ (I O PI dles ........................ . ...0... . 0 , Mutie, petrblh ........................ 4 u e ,, 0 4 8 OCute, ]lay, per o..................... ],a cmro ][ ay, lre to 0.....0........... . , 0 1 0 O l' o, tt r p irt 0 , 0........................... 4 , ,, ]fowl ., Ic r. .. .......... . . 1 ,, 0 1 (flcelo, peor pair. .t , 0 10 0 EUtKo}', per ldo ...e........... ....... .. 0 4 0 1 8 Mueelt ,1007.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 5 March 1887
Ta~clnners &4 Gard'teners ANDERASO & CO.'S SEEDS. FOR ALL'CROPS GENUINE & RELIABLE. ASK YOUR STOREKoiEPERS FOR THEMr , ANDI) SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. ANDERSON & CO., SEEDSMEN AND PLANT MERCHANTS, 216 & 218 PITT STIREET, 7.7-86 JON TRITCHIE, 8Ill? AND OOMMISSION AGIEN;T, ANI, COLONIAL PROI)UCI? MIC'R01AhNT, Ontodonian Whorl, Sydney. Strict Attention given to Returns. 7-81-83.y " l)iseJatd Ntnluo ofhoonllon Irank) forth in s trange oruItiTnT."-Act iTl, SetrIO 1. TO THE PUBLIC. ?.0M1l pntienlt alfTering t'ronl nervous affc k Im , l zrl afraid fr)m sho ,or tonthfufllnl s ill TIIIII ) od 'ty to T'IIT IINA ITY ('I l o II t ) Tedi(III Illll- thlor ltiOnttlsi hav llllT thu oIlf-t t- 110ani:m naul ,oninehlsH whnn ill tihe coluiting rol m, to01l Tieouratl3y descil'lo Thoir h uptlnlll-t hlIth Inilhit of lifto, allTd t11u lll1tulO of theo dioan o tillhy olufor fronllt. L.t 0)l u?cll pr'os (ho or (ho) sit quitlly' dl;wTn i| the lrivlr y ot tll'ir owh ) nllI'l ...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 2ND SUNDAY IN LENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 5 March 1887
RELIGIOUS. CIIUIRCHI OF ENOLAND. 2sn SUNDAY IN LIINT. Divino Servlco will be conducted on Stoloay next InI tIhe Chulrch of Enjelund Churchbe by t~o 1ev, 3Ir, D)unlan, In folluwo: OCUrlt Church, Klamn, at 11 n.m.-Mornn Pruyer.--oly C:omnllllluunto Chist Church, 7.4)0 p.n.-Evenlnl Prayer At. ttLtoglo'u, Oce·IueNu)ag, Nt 2.11() l.u , l', vc,'?.I.?%nt.,t11 t . tn.--ZIr. 11. O. Ilcodlill. Hervices will hu conducted in th uahuvrhl of England Jam?albrco, and Shellharbour, by Item. E, Criauford,on iunday nucxt, an followns: hellhmrlhour, at 11 a.m. Jambgrou, at 7.30 p.m.
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 5 March 1887
.EETINGS TO IE IIELD. Protestant Alliance meoota3Xauch 10, at 7.00. No. 12, L.O.1l,, 1meet1 Mah 8 at t7.2. Nl. 115, L.O.l. )nota ?Lm'h. 7, at 7.:0. No. 1.10, 1.T., Iluco. April, 7 a. 7.01r p.m. N;lii of Tviperanuoc ,No. 271, hino, Matrdi 9.
A DIVORCE CASE ON ACCOUNT OF CRUELTY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 5 March 1887
A D?VOIWl OASE ON ACOOOVUNT OF O3UELTY. " Tui case of M'Donald v, M'Donald, which occupied the Victorian Divorce COourt on Monday, is an interesting illustrationi" (says the "Ago ") " of wlhat a marlried woman may have to endure, oven at tihe close of the nineteenthl century, when lher husband hap pens to take the same liberal view of Ihis conjugal rights as Petruchio, Fanny M'Donald was married to him in February, 1865, and nalmost from the wedding day up to the close of 1880 he treated her to a sys to?n of fiendish brutality that makces the claims of those distinguished artists Mr. Quilp and Mlr. Jonas Ohuzzlowit to be con slidlered at the top of timh profession, look small by comparilson." The case was heardl before IMr. Justice Webb, and the following report is given of it in the " Argun "of Tues day :--"Thlis was a suit by Mrs. Fanny M'Donaldl, wife of Orlin M'Donald, soeking for a dissolution of her marriage with her husband on the ground of adultery and cruelty. The petitione...
(From the Sydney Papers.) London, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 5 March 1887
(Frnm the ,SUdney I'apers.) Londlon, MIarch 2. MIr. John Norton has forwarded to ILord Salisbury the protests of operatives in New South Wales against British emigration to that colony, and also against thie French occupation of thoe New eIIobrlides. Calcutta, March 2. Owing to the inadequato number of re cruits presenting themselves for onrollnent; in the police force now being organiscd for service in Burmah, two Bengal regiments have been ordered to proceed to Mandalay. Sofia, March 2. Further particulars of tihe rising in Silis tria stato that the insurgents number soveral thousand men. It is feared that the insurrection may extend to thle neighbour ing garrison at W\Viddin. Bodies of troops have been despatched to Silistria by the Government to quell thile outbreak. Mean time, a state of siege hls been proclaimed at tile vlarious Bulgarian fortified towns on thile Danube. In the House of Commons to-day Sir hIenry Holland, Secretary of State for the Colonies, confirmed tile anno...
SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 5 March 1887
* Y iDNEY _IWSi, On Wednesday afternoon tI. Hutchons nnd 0. Samnuols meot on the Onrrington Athlolin Ground to decido n contest over a distance of 150 yards for n stake of £200 and tho chamn pionship. There was an attondnces of about 4000 prlsons. At 5.45 p.m. the competitor. nmado their appearance upon the track, Hutchens looking in excellent form. Thie men got away to a good start, but Sanouls dlid not attain a good speed for a considerable distance. When half way he overtoolk Hlutchons, and led for a ofew moments by a yard and a Imlf. Hutchons, however, soon recovered himself, and won by a yard in 1J4 aseconds. We (8. A. Hleratd) are informed by the see rotary of the Patriotic F?und that some 80 cheques drawn for subscribers aro still uln clanimeod. This announcsmont applioes only to those who sent their snbsOriptions direct to the central coommittee. Applications continue to bo raceivod from persons who contributed throughl Ooverinmoont departments or country branches; but in al...
OUR MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 5 March 1887
0ICR MISOCLLANT. T1e OCamden electorate is now represented by two old IIotwrra Aefrcei-ury men-Mlessrs. arrEtt aund M'Court. China has a population of 400,000,000 and 29 noewalpapers, of which 12 are printed in Chinese, 0 in English, anu one in French. SSixteeon thousaud bags of young oysters wore dstroyod by the recent floodwatera in Moreton Bay, Quooeenslnd. The body of Jolhn Forguson, who was drowned in thile river alDubbo, on Monday, was found by the police about a mile down the stream. The Wollongong Agricultural Society has decided to continuo the second day's shllow on We?dnesday, the 23rd March. For the 203 vacuancis oxisting in tihe Vic torian Railway Doeparltment no less than 3000 persons have sent in applications. Thu Waratah, which collided with the Emu in Sydney harbour on Thursday last, has beenll raised, and is now in l'lMort'a Doclk. The letter of Dr. Croloke, advising the Irish people not to pay renlt, is now ongaging the atteontion of the Impeorial Cabinot. The pol...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Thursday, 4.30 p.m. AUSTRALIAN CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 5 March 1887
TELEGRAPIDI INTE~LtIGE)NCE. -.'--0- (FROM OURI OWN CORRSII PONDIN'.) SYDNEY, Thursday, 4,30 p.m. AUiSTRALIAN OUP. Trident ... ... ... 1 Nelson... ... ... .. 2 All Gold ... .. ... 3 Friday, 12 (noon.) The Preomier had a lengthy interview with thle Minister for Workls yesterday, co,.rn ing the contemplated altoration in the man agement of the railways. The Primate and Mrs. Barry left for Eng land to-day. Mr. M. H. Stoplhen has been re-appointed Acting Supreme Court Judge. A Royal Commission has been appointed, with the Chief Justice as president, to cn quire into the practice and procedure of the Suprem5 Court, with a view to the better administration of justico and lossening the costs of litigation. George Wilmot was charged with a breachl! of the Insolvenoy Aot, and manipulating with four banks under dill'ernt names, ob taining thereby £1500. Tile charge of arson against the Rev Mr, Britten has been again adjourned, The unemployed mustered in strong force last evening at tihe torchl...
INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 5 March 1887
INTR1IOLONIAL NE~WS, Exporiments with \Voleoly's patout ahoop shliatrr wuro oarried out nt CGoldshrough'a v wool storCes, MulbournU, on \Vuduesday last, in the prosaonco of a largo number of squatters and grazior from all parts of Australia. Four ahoop waro shorn, the timeo for aonch boing 5 mninutoa, :3j Initulto, 51 Inintoa, and 3lA ninutes reoalpuc tively, Thu results wore considered highly satisfactory, ''he prospaotor Goodshawv, who with li mato wa~s attacked by blaolks nuar Thursday hiland, has died of his wondiu, The GCovurninont itnsidont desplatlched n party of polico to tihe o0o0o Of thu attack, aid thay inducod a party o?f nalltlivo to hoard thOir hlat, and after a dos. orato struggle eoucoudd in captlluring six, eoluding ono of the naotual participators in the ittack on Goodshlaw. What appears to havo boon an attonmpt to wrook a train was mado ourlly on Monday morning on the South Brisbano line. The onglno-drlvo r felt the ongino jolt heavily over 8omho obstruotion, and ...
KIAMA POLICE COURT. MARCH 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 5 March 1887
xIAMA POLICE COURP', 1Alcui 4, Thlmona TIT. Cnonell, Esq., IP. I. David Robinson, a strangor in town, wans ehtrgecd with maliciously injurilg privato pro party. Contaable , William Mlillor doposed: About ? p.m. last night defendant was given into my custody by Mr. Harry Stovonson charged with having maliciously injured a hay-rack in one of his stables; when charged with the onffenc he donied it he; was under the influoence of drink. Hairy Stovenon, storekeoper of Kiainma,do posod : About 6.30 pI.n. Ilast night my: poter camneo to mno and told no there was a manlinthe boy lo t, and that the rackl in one of thl etalls was broken down ; I wont to thie loft, and, on sHtikig a matloh, found tlofondant lying down, apparelntly leoping on the boy ;told himn to come out, and bo did so at omce; toll hiim what itijury hle had done; hle roplied it colld not havo been hlin ; tho rack was right about an lhour previously wleti I took ono of mny horses out of tihe stablse ; I assess the damag at ab...
NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 5 March 1887
NOTES OF THE, DAY. \VonRos no sometimes spoken of as a means of concealing thoughts. They may serve either as a covering in which the thoughts of ono mind are presented to another, or they may be used as a means of gross deception. The French appear to be adepts in this subtle art of misrepresentation. At least their conduct and their promises in connec tion with the Now Helbrides would socm to stamp upon them the character of lying do coivors. Since the landing of their troops from Now Oaledonia on the New Hedrides, they have repeatedly declared that their oc cupation of the islands was only temporary, and that they had no intention whatever of violating the agreement made with England guaranteeing thoenon-occupation of the is lands by either powers. It appears, how over, by tlhir actions that the French have no intention of leaving the islands, but rather of remaining and forming them into a Fronlch colony. A short time ago it was re ported that the soldiers there woreo strong the...