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HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 March 1887

HOME AND lI'cEIGN NEWS, A torriblo maenanro by Malay piratnes ha rooontly boon porpotratod at tho mouth of thli Trang itvor. From thle dopooition of a IKlingl soraing-tho only urnvivor of th piratlical at. taok--it appoars that a nativo schoonor bound from Ponang to Trang IRivor, having on board nino of a crow, anohorod at the mouth of tho rivor, 2hortly after anohoring, nine Malays, all armod' with paran gs, cam alongsido nud askod for botol nut, Upon boilng told thoro was none on board, thu Malays loft, Thore boing 1000 dollars on board, with whioh to buy cattlo, it was doomad oxpodiont to got away, whioh was done, but tho Malays followed tho schoonor and again oalno alonlgido and do nmandod b)otl nut, Upon tho sorang tepoating that they had none, a Malay Inado a out at him with bli parang, but ho..avoidod thu blow, and hid hhnsolf in the bows of the vuasol, The romaindor of the crew woro murdorod, The Malays ondoavourod to discover theo norugl' hiding placo, but not ucceooding in...

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

S OME NOTl ES, (BY A. B. o.] (Coimmunlicated.) T'l? Sydn/ey Morning HIerald has at length ven tured to mildly censure Sir Henry for Iis con duct during the electioneering campaign as follows ;--" But we are not likely to have all orderly, temperate and well-conducted Flousoe if Ministers indulge in violent language or vulgar personalities, The Premier, above all others, should set the example of moderation, courtesy, and propriety; but some of Sir Henry Parkes' platform speeches have been conspicuously wanting in these qualities." The principal objects of the Premier s diatribes and offensive, as well as vulgar personalities, were AMessrs. Hyam, Suttor, Jones, O'Sullivan, Colls, and Barbouit; of theose all but the two first mentioned weore returned, which clearly shows that in the majority of cases the electors had more sense than to be biased by such discredi table tactics. The loss which both his owner and the dis trict suffered by the unfortunate death of Coir, is again brought t...

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

SYDNEY NEWS, An important dlociseon Ihas boon arrived at by tho Cabilot with regard to the uoemploý'od;, A miniuto has baon submlitted by the Mhintiur for Lando (o11. Thomas Garrott) and it is do oidod to si)n up reproduotivo works in the country, by which the redundant lab.hour In th6 colony ',wwll o asoI)Ibed in noodod and uoofill purposon, and an ond put, it Is hoped, to the agitation In connootion with the quoestion of the unoemployod. The works upon which it is pro. posed the mino shall bo omployod nro, wo aro Informod, nuoossary and such as ought to be undortaken, and they will bo profitable to thoe Governmont. The details of tihe sohomo will be mado public in due courso, but it may be stated hero that one important part of what is proposed is the omplayimOet of the surplus labour in cloaring the land in the Interior in. fosted with pino sorub, On Friday another choque on account of the public oharitios, to the amount of ,04 5s, was handed by Mr. Pain to the Principal Under. S...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 March 1887

INTERQOLONIAL NAWS, That a letter posted in Melbourne, amd uri dressed to no more remote a locality tb Daylosford, should take about 11 years reaching its destination is surely a curious elC oumstanceo, and ought (says the Melbournt Teicgraph) to be recorded amongst the memoras' bilia of the Postal Department. On 29th February, 1876, the Rev. J. S. Waugh, D.D., posted a letter to the Rev. E. 8. Brickford, then residing in Dayleaford, enclosing a cheque for £75. The letter, with its valuable contents, simply vanished, and there were tile usual official and other lieart-searlchings as to what had become of it. A week ago, however, on February 22, 11 years, all but a week, from the time it was posted, the missing letter was do livered at its destination I It had boeen dis. covered " behind the lining boards in tile ro coiving-box for newspapers" at tile General Post Olice. The official explanation is that " tile letter had evidently slipped fromi the sorting-table through a crack which...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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OUR MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 March 1887

OUR MISCELLANY, A woman who has just died in America loaves a daughter 07 years old, It is said that the "Books" dropped about £50,000 over the Australian Oup,. £380 were paid in prizes at the late Shoal haven Show, and the takings at the gate amounted to £115 lie. The Hon. James White takens £4425 out of the £11,403 to be paid by the Victorian Racing Cl01ub. Mr. R. J. Agintou, champion skater of the world, arrived in Sydney on Saturday last per steamer Warrogo. The Bathurst Municipal Council want the Government cost of their waterworks reduced from £48,000 to £30,000. The late Mr. Frank Buckland, the naturalist, left £5000 with which to. endow a Fish Culture Professorship, but this has been much reduced through an abacondjiig executor. Since March last between £40,000 and £50,000 nave boon expended in Government relief works on behalf of the unemployed. If the London divorce scandals continue to be telegraphed over to this country, the owners of the Atlantic cables will be oblihgod...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 March 1887

Tius Australian delegatos to the Imperial Confoerence are attracting considerable at. tention. The London Chamber of Commerce, or at least the Australian section of it, have arranged to give a banquet in their honour. it is also said that the leading members of the French Senate and Chamber of ])eputies fooeel uneasy over colonial matters, and are anxious for an unofficial interview with the Australian delegates respecting Anglo-French relations in the 'New Hebrides. The Aus tralian colonies are, as a whole, utterly op. posed to the occupation of the New 1lob rides by thme French. One of our represen tatives to the Confereonce, Sir P. Jennings, is not very sound upon this question, but, as heo is accompanied by Mr. \Visdomn, we may hope that any advice which he may give will be calculated to promote British inter. osts, and be characterised by common sense, * * Tim? defence of the colonies has occupied the attention of the Imperial Parliament very considerably of Into. The British E...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 March 1887

Ti application which was made on Friday last in the Court of Equity before Smi W. MANNINO, the Primary Judge, for cortain direotions in the administration of the will of the late EnwAnD IIorDERN, must be in. torosting to all young people who are in dan gor of rushing precipitatoly and without forethought into the matrimonial state. By the terms of M.I, Honnmini's will the income from certain properties was to be allowed to the children, and the trusteooes of the estate agreed to pay to their mother, au thlir guardian, whilst they were under ago, a weekly sum of £3 each. One of the daugh. tors, however, before reaching the ago of seventeen, by st me means or other g.t mar. rlod to PRANK M'ErLnoNn, who also was a minor, boing under the ago of twenty.one years, Ma, M'ELnomIn, it seemos, receives a salary of £75 per annum as clerk in a mor. chant's oflice, and as M?es. M'ELnon? found, after about six months experience of wedded life, that this sum with her own allowance of £3 per wookrw...

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KIAMA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 March 1887

KMAMA 'OLIO OOUT,'. TUESDAY, MAIICn 8, 1880. BIEPOnR If. Connoll, Esq., P.Mh,, and J. Colley, and J. Conway, Esqs., Js.P. Threo was only one case which occupied the attention of this court yesterday, viz., that of one iMrs. Margaret Mahoney against Mris. Olancoy (Bombo) for abusive languageo. The langugo complained of by the plaintiff was very filthy, and not fit for publication. The defondant denied having used such language, and said she was prepared to take the Bible in her hand and swear it. The Bonch, however, suggested that they might settle the matter betwoen themn, and save tlhemselvcs from the degradation of having the aflair made publio through the papers, but obstinacy provailed, and the parties di termined to allow the case -to proceed, Noither the plaintill' or defendant had brought forward any witnesses, and upon being askod by the Bench if they could pro duce any witnesses, it was discovered that they could. The Bench was unanimous in its suggestion for thoem to settl...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 March 1887

LOCAL AND GNfIERAL NWS,. To-o.LY the quartorly rillo ahooting takeo Tins returun rikoloe match, played at Wollon gong on Saturday last, betwoon Kinnamn ild Woollongong tamlns, rosulted in a win for Kinanm by 10 runs. VAmtiou rumours have circulated during the past wooek or two of the prononoo of typhoid fovor nmongst us. Weo inceroly trust thnt tho rumours nre unfoundod, but if they are faithful ovary procnution should be taoken ON Saturdaly morning last M[I. Georgo Sonmor ville, enor,, 90 years of ago, died at the roaid anon of lil soil, Mlr. John Somorvillo, Jonora Vnalo. Tho fnoral took placo on the follow lug day, Sunday, whioh was attendod by a largo numlbor of friendu and rolativoa. Wni loarni that Dr, Torroy, who, it will hb remembered, mot with an accident somo tine ago, by which ho had ono of his logs fractured, hali o far recoverod that he hin boon onabled to move about upon crutoheos, and on Monday last procooded to Sydnoy in theo toennr. I)ur ing hin shlort residonoo amo...

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A WOMAN'S SUFFERINGS AND GRATITUDE. A Voice From Austria. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 12 March 1887

A WOMAN'S SUFFERINGS AND GRATITUDE. A Voice From Austria. N EAR the villnge of Zillirgdorf, in Lower Austria, lives Maria Hans. nl intelligent and induslltriols woman, whose story of physical suffering and final relief, nas related by horsolf, is of interest to English women. " I was eut played," she says, " in the work of a large farmhouse. Over work brought on sick head ache, followed by a doathly fainting and sick ness of the stonlnch, until I was unable to rotain either food or drink. I was comnpolled to take to lay bed for several weeks. Gotting a little better from rest and quiet, I sought to do some work, but was soon taken with a pain in lmy side, which in a little while seenmed to spread over mly whole body, and throbbed in my overy limb. This was followed by a cough and short ness of breath, until finally I could not sow, and I look to my bed for the second, and, as I thought, for the last time. My friends toll nme that my timeo had nearly comne, an'l that I conid notlive ...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 12 March 1887

IRhI6IBYTICU1AN. Servicto will ho condlutitl in tho Prnhbytoolnn Churehto on Iltmduy rot by Dov. J. Wil\oinO au olluw, : I~larua, of 11 a.tn. ,iiiinlotcwi, nt2 .fO p.m. tkllnl t 7.130p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 12 March 1887

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 12 March 1887

W1SL!WAN. Snorvlnm will bo oontluctod In tho Waiioyui Oburoh, on ilundnly next, no followi: (lCmo, at 11 LUI.-180. Ii. W Orton KHlan, at 7.80 p.n.-ILov. 0. IL. (i.pon Jelnlnroml, at 11 atll.-ALh·. 0. A. Nwn r,rllle .lunmlwrro, Lt 7.1X0 pa.n.-loo0, It.W. 0.,tnn Old PIlgco at 2.14) p.m.-Mr. U. A. Wriuwvlllo Ocrlngoung, at I l o.m.--IbY. (l. It. 05rario (Iclo)rl 'aonR, at 7.001 p.10.-Mr. C. Orriduir Foxgroanrl, at 2,80 pan.-trev. (. 1t. tliaouon thaulllmurur, at 2.8p pgo .-11v. IOW. Orton

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SHOCKING SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 12 March 1887

SHOOKING SUICIDE. A sAn caso of suicide is reported by the Mary. borough corrospondloet of the Melbourneo Age, which occurred on Friday afternuon, and although a magistorial inquiry has boon hold he cause of thie torriblo traoedy romains a mystory. At thie inquiry hold subsoquently the following facts wore elioitd : -For some timno past a young moan nHamnd Robert ]Bow\rmn, a ooaohbuilder, 22 years of ago, has been koop. ing compnlny with Mien Annie Porkin, tonolor of music, and they woru ongagod to obe married on Eastor Tuesday next, About 1 o'clock on Friday Bowman, who resides with his pareonts, was at his home, and, according to his mother's otatement, received ia mossago to go at onoo to soo Miss Porkin. About 10 minutes aftoer wards ho wont into his room and aslted for an envulope, Ho then appeaollrs to have sont mm nossago to the girl, stating that, by tho time she received it, he would havo mot his Makero, Miss Porikin ran straight to his paronts' houso mud showed Mrs. Bowman...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 12 March 1887

CONOUPA1AtIONIL CrURCOn, (IIIIUIINOONO. Thie Rev. 0. oig;llwLay x)IIIIurnt, vrvlIu aerv erSndily iR ty1llowst Uermnyoeny, at)t aiRn. ar) 7 p.m. (Thio edior mlarioqu that the earlauv rlexRyyconr of the ditlriet will fale)rm anaooyyroynia oforvl-f toe l 6l held from tinm to inmllo in their eheurehe, whichi natieo rwill IIn all roo lie nLoocard Ql nth.

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CHAMPION WRESTLING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 12 March 1887

OEAMPION WRESTLING MATOH. A wnRiBTmINu match for £100 and the all round ohampionship of Australia took place at the Aleoxandra Theatre on Satur day night, between Donald Dinnie, the well-known Socotch athlete, apd Cannon, an American wrestler, who has already achieved some fame in this city. The styles were Graeco-Roman, catoh.as.catch-can, Scottish Cornish, side hold, collar and elbow, and Oumberland, the best out of the soavo to be deolared the winner, AM. Andro Olhristol acted as judge for Cannon, and Mr. Phillips for D)inni,? while Mr, Henry Dunn was appointed reforce, and Mr. W, Donegan timekeeper, The attendance in the dress circle and stalls and on the stage was limited, but the other portions of the house were crowded by an enthusiastio audience, Oanion won the toss, and choose to com mence in the rwco-.Roman style, Both men, as they stopped on the stage, looked in the pink of condition, and having shaken hands they got to work at ones, After some feinting and trying for hol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 12 March 1887

NOTICE. M R. R. 0. KENDAL[ hse boon authorliod to receivo Aceounts in connoution with the KIAMA REPORTInR, and his receipt will be suffuiout guarantoo. 8. MAJOR. The Kiama Reporter. -0- PUBLIBSHD EVERY WIDNEDI)AY AND SATUItDA~ MORNING. FOR BALE, A NUJflne1 of olmpty STONI3 JARS, 141b' nud 281b. Suiniblo forjon or butter, 1IOUI3tY & Jo,r 8.9.87-2, 1Imunn, Jambeooo MI. and PD. Booiety. Tt118 regular I'orlnit fill y crolit nwill hn, ru Fllmold In Iho P'l.(ludtlllt Will on M hON DAY NIXPT, thu 14th instutit, at-7, 0 p.m. Tiho Mi1hiatry wI1i iititm-"'j'j Tht lo U ppur' HIomwi shuold ho onbolluiul," '[ho . pubilfu bile cordially Invitod to attoud all muotinga of thou olubuo, .12.871t, Lion, Sucruotary"

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A GHOST STORY. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 12 March 1887

A GHOST STORY; (BY WAt.Mtit 'iiotnultW,) (coNTiNUED.) And here the professor, pausing to take breath, actually rolled about in his chair, at the images his exhilarated imagination had raised; but he suddenly drew up quite rigid and composed, as an echo of his own laugh seemed to return to him from the bookcase behind the skeleton. Now the professor, though a vain little man, and a trifle of a humbug, had a certain sense of humour, and he was not so wise but that he could laugh at himself. I like him for it, and I think that that merry (perhaps rather champagny) laugh did liim great credit. The popular lecturer looked at the clock. It was ten minutes to one. "Stay till two," he' said, "and just read' short notes that have been drawn up for in' Christmas lecture on ' British and Foreign Wines, their uses and abuses, with special remarks, by request, on South African Port and Bett's Brandy.' Oh that Mrs. Fitz Jones' champagne I there was something in it. What, four glasses of cham " He...

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SATURDAY, MARCH 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 12 March 1887

SATURDA Y, MARCH 12i IN conducting the publio affairs of the country no particular attention can be given to class interests. Tihe consequence io that certain parties consider thom. soelves aggrieved, and as a griovance generally finds a spokesman, the authorities are not un. frequontly besot with deputations, Several such deputations havo already waited upon the now ministers. We have lately seeoon a deputation from the unemployed literally besiege the Colonial Secretary's otlice, and demand work on remunerative terms, and a facetious writer has suggested that they' should be employed for a while in hauling icebergs from the South Polo to modify the heat in these sultry days. Quito recently also adeputation from Orown lessees in the interior waited upon the Minister for Lands to complain that the rents fixed by the local Land Boards wore too high, and to request their reduction. Mn, GAtrarwer plainly told themni that however he might personally.sym' pathize \vith thom, it was his d...

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FAT BULLOCKS AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 12 March 1887

FAT B.UL1IQCRB AND Slll'.1W, A ,lEX, (;AM l$',TL will 'oil by aisoliun at ytrtla,, Jlrosts'lnit (10 sanld j oit 1v' blt)1vtist)AY,.IiIA10101'.1. iI 0;~ 85 Iiaooldfat lsullawlco, ;.; 203 litt slherap, oalut pimla. ''lanna at olo: +3:1.87.2 LEX 1(ls1 rl3lff1 lsn oto I'sLANauD f, h LI9X;: IA 1(!iiLT, line 'eon frtl n,1,,;,llit A iueln uto'sia fs'sss Ila Rtue;R, \Vllhtsts oll 1(1 lstsn, tn null by nusictlos't the Salo:2i, JtsH, MONI)AYt 01s n's" A ItOH, 1! ,~i At. 1" a la'i ' All iI.llI tilu d'r Tinr tl silt ttusid- adlalniig iOfn c 'osgsalnl5stnl C'lssts'lstb (tie tisg;tss;il;, stas 5410sii~t1,f ttslisisili O in' i siuls avs It fa'sill ('Is a'atts in w aull i olnls tosi itt sr *tsjrllstul dssg n gai~ltlsna ani seci~eurs iss ss sislsdsvssisa,,, Al It adlluslsis slhistain s naidli stasi r st .iot'a~ata, 55n withsin aariv siatatsro'iit 1'sut.itiat1 I sit,. s'raphs Otliqai,. sadritt.ly n isissittli tullaaOU lruuol rhlo ctobiili0 ¶ Iusa tiiouis v loci. I ...ssnutua '1'Tosssio str Selo; 8 12...

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