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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA REPORTER [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 5 March 1887

0OSEEPONDENCE. 1TO T'Il II )ITOR OF' T'Illi KIAMA IaiPORTIrR Sui,-Withl regard to a paragraph il your issue of the 2th inlstant, quotinig a portion of Mr. Jolhn Osborne's letter to the S. AI. Herald, and concludling with some remoarlks thereon, I wish with your permission to questiol the justice of thu saime. The portion of the letter quoted Ia : -" I have no hositation i saying that in my olpinion, Northumberland is the only constitu eimy in the country that oareofully and constantly studios political questions, almd thlat can give sound reasons for the political faith it holds." Now this opinion you go no to state is an insult to evory other colnstitnony in Now Southl WYaloee, Well, we frequently hear of East Syd ney spoken of as tilhe promier constituency of Now South Wales from ani intullootual poinlt of view. Is that opinion to bo taltou as soan insult by Kiama and other oloctoratus ? I trow niut, It is merely a malttur of opinlion. Beo it reimem hered also that Mr. Osborne gav...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KIAMA RIFLE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 5 March 1887

KIAMA IFPLE ASSOCIATION. Tum quartorly prize menuting and monllthly comn potitioln of the abovo will tako placoe on Wodnes. day noxt as 1pr aidvertisounonut. The following lso the prieso ollbrud, nid thole hanlldiocap ar ringed: Prize. £ 3 d 1Ht', ar. . Knight's trophy, valuo ... ... ... ... 110 0 2ud Mrs. Robb's trophy, val. 1 1 0 3rd Mounoy Prizo ...... 0 15 0 4th ,, ,, ... ... 0 12 6 5th ,, ,, ... ... ... 0 10 0 6th ,, ... ... ... 0 7 6 7th , , ,, ...... 0 5 0 81?h ,, ..,, ...... 0 50 8th ,. ,, .... ... 0 5 0 IIAND)I)AIPS. Scratch--I. Honoy, II. Hlick, J. Hicks, 4 points--Johln 8pinks. 5 ,, O. V. Oraig, Jamoe Slinks. 6 ,, '. \VWalker, Al.J. Colnnaolly. 7 ,, J, Rimmelul, H, Mood, 0. Bursill. 8 ,, ], Gordolln, W. Finllysolln, . Spilnks.: i ,, B. Marks. 12 ,, '. Spi]ks, T. Honey. 13 JtJ Armstrongi E. Dlursill, J, D, (Ioy. 14 ,, A. Spilok, W. Buchlnsn. 15 ,, A. IHaurvison, R. Jorvs. Il ,, T. York. 17 ,, JAs. M'lDormott, T. Fredoricks. 18 ,, 0. Dils, 20 ,, J, Tylor. The following nro ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 March 1887

t)Nt ]ti:AHoN el'Iiy IIMIi lnoH of thu Ihlnultltu ,t d tiiinrv urIge nH no no diflliill to octro lo tltuit t)e. 1'ii u t(Kid tavo no' u) III ttn d ntsIymto potni - 17r, 11aI1'H (Kidney andi Lilor) I.IitturH urn puoil Ilnrly nil nl.:duil to In ( 1111.1 (if , tho u llmllllnlll a, rcliul At ollvr,--,lv,, A WOMAN'S SUFFERINGS AND GRATITUDE. A Voice From Austria. N EAR 11he village of Zilli:gdorf, inl Lower lnatria, lives Mariia Jlns, an inltelligent awl induotrions woman, whoseO story of physical Iufferiung and finnl reliof, ns reIlaled by Ihersolf, is of interest to Enlglish womon, " I was en ployed," shel says, " in tho work of a largo fnarmlonse. Over work broughllt on sick head. acho, followed by a doeatllly faining andl siclk Oness of tlio stlomnc, until I was unable to rtOain oither food or drink. I was compelled to taklt to 111y bold for seovral weeks. oltting a little better fromn rest alnl quiet, I silught to do someno work, but was soon taken with a pailn in my side, which in ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BRUTAL WRETCH LYNCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 March 1887

A BRUTAL WRETCE LYNGCIED. TIXARUKANA, Texas, Doc. 10(.-J,Tams Howard, a white umia, was taklen from the gaol of this (Bowio) country last night at midnight and lynched for eommittiilg a somnowhat oxtraordi nary oflunce. Last July Howard, who was 30 years old, married lMary Winch ew,, a girl only 13 years of ago. It sooms from her story that he began to abuno her shortly after their honey moo1l, but she Iapt the matter a profound secret from ovoeryoneo oxcept her mothoer, to whom she recontly confided her troubles, rosultiug in a warrant being sworn out on Tuesday by the girl's mother charging (Ioward with brutially maltroating his wife. She sayc that Howard would strip her, and thllen, tying hor tuo, .. uuroly togother, would hang liur up o ais hook by her foot, and while in this posture would boeat her unmorcifully until the rush of blood to her head rondered her unconscious. This motllod of inaltreating his wife lie practised over a dozon times, Fiinally, about the 1st of Novombor...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SHOCKING STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 March 1887

A SHOOKIN( STORY. Tui '"Pall Mall Gazette" reports that at an inquest held at the Coroner's Court, St. Pancras, on the body of an infant named Ada Neale, aged four months, evidence was given showing the most appalling neglect on thelpart of the parents. The fatherofthechild was a horseclipper. At a previous sitting of the Court evidence was given of the grossest neglect, and one of the witnesses, the wife of a fislhmonger, said that on the 6th of December her attention was called to a child, aged about four years, carrying a baby in her arms.' The child had no boots on, and the baby had only a frock to cover it, The wind was bitterly cold. Witness snatched the child up and suckled it, and the poor infant, which had previously been sucking its hand, took the breast ravenously. Witness could not help crying over the poor little neglected infant. Noeal, the father, came out of a public. houeo, and later on he and the wife came to her and demanded the child, the latter ox claiming, " lo...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 2ND SUNDAY IN LENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 March 1887

RELIGIOUS. CIIUnCI OFu ENCLAND. 2.? SUNDAY IN LENT. Divino l e rvie will be conducted on Sunday next in the Church of England Churches by the Rev, Mr. D)IuunlS, as follows:- Chtllu? Church, I?fhan,at II a.m,-M-oningPmuyer. Christ Church, 7.:0 p.m)n-Evening Prayer St, Geogou'u, tierrilgoug, at 2,110 Ipm. Scrvi?te will bo coUdueled in tro Church of England Jaunbhroo, Ind Shclllutrbour, by Rlev. Et'orliford, on Suunday next, au follow?s: Jamberoo, at 11 a.m. Wuheharbhunr, at 7.10 p.mn

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NOVEL LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 March 1887

A NOVEL LETTER. TIE following document, which was recOntly received by a European gontleman, should have its place in "The Complete Letter Writoer" : Honoured Sir,-Wo bogs to bring to your kind notice the following facts which are quite genuine, i. o. your Sucrotary I1r. Esquiro comes to the mills when ho is quito intoxicated, totally,.daily, and not only that he strikes the works.pooples with that heavy ponderous stick that he was wont to carry always with him, therefore the works-pooples are always fearing him and are quite dlis hearted to work while he stays over the works-peoples. Blo and my friend was forced to leave your Honour's service owing to his maltreatment, and moreover his vul. gar language that ho uses to us is some thing degrading and obnoxious to the human oars, We would not care much for his abusive language, but for his great partiality for liquor and. dealiug sundry blows with .his stick, Ho almost killed one man with the suame stick by deal. lhg at him sundry bl...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 March 1887

PRESBIYTEIRIAN. ervlkncc Rill ho Woluctoa It tlho Prolbytorlan Churchles on Sunday next by 11ev. J. Wilsaon us ollow : Mlumn, at 11 a.in. Tnlnbero, at 2.10 p.m. ]fiuama, at 71.0p.m.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A GHOST STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 March 1887

A GHOST STORY, [ss/ WALTEIR TIIONnURnY.J Trp, little French clock in the mottled wal. nut-wood case that stood on the mantel.piece of the professor's laboratory, No. 90, Groat Decoram.street, had just chimed out mid. night in a silvery and musical way, when the professor opened his front door with a latch-key, and hurglariously entered his own house on his early return from an evening party. Now, the professor was a popular lecturer on Flood, Eleootricity, and other kindred sub jects; and being, moreover, a jovial, fat, clever little man, was rather an acquisition at Do Beauvoir Town, or any other parties; for ihe sang a little, played a little, danced a little, flirted a little, and made a fool of him self a little, yet was by no means a bore; but, on the contrary, a decidedly useful old bachelor, and would waltz with ugly girls, chat with talkative old fogies, and take gorgeous dowagers down to the supper-room. And as the professor did not caro about being joked at, but, on the co...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 March 1887

WESL1,YAN. Sorvion will be oonducted In the Wceloynm Cimnacim, on Bumpay next, an fo1Ib mw: lKmmmon, at 11 a.in.-flov. R. W. Orton lRmuno, ot7.ll pin.-Rev. (. It. (llnemon Jlamlbenro, mt 11 in.c,-MrLm. O. A. Smemmcrville Jnimmimorno, at 7.19) p.ao.-Rlov. 11. WV. Orton Old ]'mcnc, at 2.0 pin.-Mir. GA. Socrnlerllo (Icrrloonog, at 11 ain.-lv. mm. It. IOlaoona (Irmlnngon , at 7.211 pin.-Mr. 0. Connino 1?oi'Irmonuml, in 2110 p.m e,-Otv. G. IR. (INN on 3llhlllarbour, at. a2. pin.-Rev. . Wm. Orion

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 March 1887

0 0 M R IA L.. South. Coast and Wost Oamdon Oo-operativo Company (Limited,) 13uiurr ,-l-Markot for past wooks vory' tnolh disturbed, Evon at our nultion oalon biddings have boon very eccentrio giving no oritorion to values. . In the uinterests of our farmors we wired to Adolaide to sooitaiu if thoro was any possibility of disposing of sooond.olnus buttor, quotations thoro boing Is fd to 1s id for best fresh, nnd received a reply elnting, " market vory full of Nuw Zoaland, thlroforoe no slo,'" This shows that our constituonts must malmo a very suporior article to noouro roady salos., n3soon,L-Market slightly improvel, Choose,--Largo quantitlos to hatll, and1 mnar. kot vory wonk. Iggs,-Scarco, Poultry,-Improving in prloo and quality. Following aro tho quotations : Buctter, lst, poe Il .,,, ,... 0 0 to 0 0 0 Fatotydlitto ,,,,,,,,,,,,......,,,,,,. 0 0 0 ,, 0 0 0 laoill, pw1 tlb,,,, ,,,, ,,, ,,,,,, , ,, 0 . ,, . 0 1. LanI , p? I b .............................. 0o 0 0 , 0 0 0 Chuoo tdllt...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 March 1887

CONOGEGATIONAL CIIlURCI, OQIE1IN(uONO. The ]tov. G. lllghway condlucto oervicen every Sundnay ne follow?t: Oenelegong, att 11 .m. onul 7 pln. [ c'l edlltor rmquente tlIht the v"ntent clergyneCeI tf the dlitrlct will fo?lmnl nunounccnctns of aecrieen to he nelt from tiine to tlho i thoeir churcher, which notice:s will in oIl fance he insertel gratie,l

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 March 1887

MANY MnDI1onNsO won the mrnktot owa what 'irtuo tlioy posOcoO to .tim prowonro of powerful, ard poirononra duliugs, Di: 13eI1'a (1i( -l m l.Civ\~.~ lur) Idlers are pu, rr vog0 cne will not Inrs l ou.-Ad. uur noti" cate person.-Adv.v FOR SBALE, A NUMBER of oempty STONE JARS, 141b, and 281b, Sultanbl for jam or buttor, HOBBS & Co0 Ohoninlte, 3?0-87.2. Kltna, MEDICAL NOTICE. D URING Dr. Torroy's illnoas his prnotico. will b eonrrhid on by DIR, AGASSIZ, Dr. Torroy alao may be consultod at hIomo, 10.1.87. NOTICE. SALE of AIR. GERALD. FITZGERALD'S FARIM at Kangaroo Valloy in POST. PONED for a short thno, Dato will bo advor. load in future issuon. JOHN STEWART, , Aotionoor, 2.10.87, Droughton Crook, onadn Dopnrtlonit, Sydnoy, 2nd March, 1887. * TENDERS. ATTENTION is rlirootod to Gaoatfl Notlao, invtling TI'NDELIS for undonrloutlonod wor'IV, z. - 1, Ikidge ovor Broughlton MllOroolk, (xolu. ?io of a )lipl of ihoalworla ) 2. Supply of Ironworkl for abovo, Thlle for oc Ioolpt of Tondor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 March 1887

NOTICE. M nR. 0O. KENDALL lhai boon aulhorisod to recoivo Aooonnts in connection with ith KIAMA REPORT?IER, and his rooeipt will bo oullioiont guarantoo. S. MAJOR. The Kiama Reporter. --o- PUDLIBINID EVIERY WEIDNESDAY AND SATURIDAY MORNING. WEDNESDAY, WAtROHI I.

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(From the Sydney Papers.) March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 March 1887

(Fanlr thocSydney Papers.) MIarch 5. Lord Salisbury has promised Mr, John Norton that ho will give careful antention to the protests. of the operatives in Now South Wales against Britishl emigration to that colony, and also against, the French 'occupation.of the Now Hebrides, Captain David Stoin, of the Margate Fire Brigado, has been appointed chief of the Melbourno Fire Brigadoe The Department of Science and Art has issued rules for alllliating colonial schools of soionce with the home institutions,. As the result of the lootilons to the Rofohstag in Germany, Prince Bismarek has obtained a majority of 43, L6ndon, March 0., Intelligence from Bllgium states that a disastrous colliery explosion took plaoo yes" terday, by swhich 144 persons lost their lives, The Rov, Henry Ward Iloochor, the well. known proaohor, of Brouklyn, New York, has been seized with an attack of appoplexy, Ifo is in aaritioal condition, The olbjot of M, do Lssop's mission to Berlin, on buhalf of the lorenolh Gov...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To Correspondents and Contributors. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 March 1887

To Correspondents and Contributors. WE must point out to all who fav our us with CORRESPONDENCe or CoNTRIBUTIONS intended for pub lication that, for very obvious reasons, we must adhere to the invariable rule that all such communications must be accompanied by the Name and Address of the writer, not for pub lication, unless desired, but as a guarantee of good faith. We shall refuse insertion to all communica tions likely to be offensive or to give pain to private individuals, and shall hold ourselves at liberty to ex cise objectionable passages from contributions or letters

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 March 1887

.Fjar re's & G(-?rclen6ers B TU Y ANDERSON & C0'8S SEEDS. FOR ALL CROPS . GENUINE & RELIABLE, ASK YOUR STO'REKEEPEIIS FOR THEM, AND SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. ANDERSON & C0., SEEDSMEN AND PLANT MERCHANTS, 216 & 218 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. 7-7-86 JOHN RITCHIE, SIIP AND COMMISSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL PROD)UC?E MlIIfCTIANT, Calodolian Whlinrf, Sydney. Strict Attention given to Returns., 7-31-86-y "Dineasend Not 1110 ofltenlhuae hrenks forth in otrango r.iptioIIn."-Act iii, Scone 1. TO THE PUBLIC. Q0M1( panlietani af?.hl'ring fronI nervous nlffe - iOhH are anl'raid from shoer Inshfunlnfess n?1d lltods.ty to IrIulnoNAIlY ('O1111lt a medical mian--nther alielllhav iiie iot thollouil I'-pnaOLssii n aril cooltars when ithn the cioiiltiig roolIm, to ncrnrntely descrite t(huir i yInpt(oms-tlheir haInlit of lil'e, ond thfie nt(ie of the Loiisone tIry aniler from. Let uch'] personsol (he or sho) sit quietly dowi in tihe privnaey of th'ir own opartlilentl, ndl with...

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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 March 1887

:MEETINGS TO BE HELD. Proteotant Allianco moeet March 10, at 7,80. No. 12, L.O.L., meet April 5, at7,80 No. 115, LO.L., Inoet April 4, at 7.80. No, 110, L.O.L., mneto April, 7 at 7.:0 p.m. Sonls of Telperance, No. 27, meets March 11.

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PROBABLE WEATHER FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 March 1887

PROBABLE WEATHER FOR THE 11ONTII OF MAlROII. COOLER days and nights ; 4th to 10th, generally unsettled, with occasional thunder-storms ; showory until 20th, then pleasant mild days; occasionally cloudy 21st to 20th; fair, thon very changeable, with light raIn.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Tuesday, 12 (noon). [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 March 1887

T.'LEGCtAPHIO INTELLIGE1'TOE. (FROMo ovUn owN cORmnuPONDNT.) SYDNEY, Tuesday, 12 (noon). The Ministerial dinner last night was largely attended; no speeches wore made. The Lands Enquiry Board advises the abolition of the Surveyor-General's depart ment. The Cabinet approved last evening of the Vice-Regal speech. The English, Scottish, and Australian Chartered Bank pay a dividend of ton per cent., carrying £10,000 forward. Owing to heavy rain the cricket match between Victoria and English Eloven was postponed. A destructive fire has occurred at Gis bourne, New Zealand; the damage is esti mated at £30,000. The disease amongst horses in South Aus tralia has extended over a largo area owing to the carelessness of teamsters and farmers, 3 p.m. In the Assembly the election for the Speakership resulted as follows:-Young 63; Dibbs 49. The .former was declarnd elected. 7.30 p.m. Parliament wao opened to-day by Com mission, Members of the Assembly wore summoned to the Council Chambers by Com. ...

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