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PROBABLE WEATHER FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 12 March 1887

PROBABLE WEATHERI FOR THEIl MONTH OF. MAROIL. Cootnn days and nights; 4th to 10th, generally unsettled, with nccairmnal t.hunder.storms; showery until 20th, thou pl)oarant mild days occasiunally cloudny 21st to 2(ith; fair, then very changeablo, with light rain.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 12 March 1887

Farmers & Gardenerl s 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, SYDNEY. 7-7.86 JOHN RITCHIE, SHIP AND CON MISSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL PRODUCE NIERCIITANT, Caledonian \Vhanrl, Sydlny. Strict Attention given to Returns, 7-1311-8-y '(Dl888odt N'ntoo ,lfltv:,iioos t,rroka for~th il 8188((~o or opli I118.."-AL't iii Sooe IC , TO TCHE PUBLIC. iit,1 (((o(('ly (R0 ()'8.080INA1,1. ('(lslllt 8 ,oedk'all 801 (11-(11(1(388 Wh~ll IIHII V tIl,' (O(llc l ti(( rI-OHH o, to) iIII~ils ol lil'a, (hot ontu rI111O of thue 01(11(88 £1113' sitlter rol'tcll. Lot 8((1pe n ho or sho) 811 qTIl ier , IIn lnly\a n (11(01 hr~l 1138l pniV(y l' tl("c~i(' (1(U3((~l 8p(·I(' (((0((1, (11( Of 11(011' (080, 11 (3103111'8018!110(('( £18 181(18; iIIl'0581(r to o pI'Iho((Ot C(((IHII II 811110( \\( (II('(, In(1wcv(oI' 11stns (18,8( 18 ot I(('('...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 2ND SUNDAY IN LENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 12 March 1887

It E L I I 0 U S. C1TCOJI 01 JNOLNLAND) 2Ioo SUNDAY IN LIENT. Diylnpo Arvloi will he 0o0"(ltI0t? 1h i Siudr y noet In the Chlunh of 1isj.Iind CjuuilimI by ClIo Ilo. 1r. Dwu nau, a tollot :-' ClitniGC ouclt. Klonoe.ot II a.m..-MornItegPoeyox. Chanbt Cltulm. 71411 p.ia.-Iivoflnt IPntycr III. (hottrgo', tOt)lao3, at 3110 pitt. Mlert oo will to ttl t*uttt in the Cdetrch of EitatatnL Jttltrot, anl liullhari our, by 11av. . (iaIftril,ot liutbty next, rut fillows ,Ioitnbeteii at I atin. Shcllblotlottr, at 7.30 pitt.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 12 March 1887

MEETINGS TO BE HIELD. Prot?tant Allnimca nlcta Martrh 16, at 7.J0. No. 1l, L.O.i., meelt April 6, at 7.t? N3. 115, L.O.L., znmeta April 4, at. 7.:3. No. 119, L,.O.l,., trrta April, 7 at 7.3' p.m. 6?on of Ti'mpenor-aaa, No. 21, msrotla Mli 23,

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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KANGAROO GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 12 March 1887

1RAGUAJ1OO GROUND. Valunble" form, 203 ncr~c, highly irnproved, cnI-. divi dt tl, e o'lu, Ic l omlll ,lih . I slcaid, ndjoina ,Moral', ]lusloy, ltcndcll, Kcnny, ,aind ad jacentc Ito nitin roadlw; kcIocw11 c 's l0irl y Jhou'. pruperly . . Pay of Hale 8ATUIRI )AY,' iOTIr INS;TANT' At 12 o'clock prmpt?'1, , IOn tdhe prcciauc. '': 1I . iDYMOOK IaM : l.rocuivali , lr Iclccc?c *hora th1c propriuLyc to sooll iby. acatiounc, cic acbov':. All lhat vcaluicblo gra~idng farm nn"w hic thlay reaido, ac duclribucl, .coltainincc 11 pcaId dlcekc, ciclv graooedl clinuwly hlaid d cown, 15 nor1s0 gr(cwilg 'corin arcdt placlner; pur. cacconactly 'watcerodc Also 40 Cows c, cicclking inccl cciriccging 261 lliforcc,.2 ytears down' 2 I1.1le, 1 AyrHiccro 4 Wcking Iuhllcac nanl go?a ,? 8 IorIced, hlbckin LO eudLdillU ciid lIcartTldc; goocd strn H, e . 30 Pigc, 4 Iccocl ccocs v 3 Snt piit', 1 hog ]Bullock drcly " I ?o.vcriblo plulgh ' Double b r?rouw L 1 . To'ihi alc' Ilncccl " L' 'aUlai;tldl' d ' Plauter co '...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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ENGLISH, SCOTTISH & AUSTRALIAN CHARTERED BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 12 March 1887

ENGLISHI, SCOTTISH & AUSTRIALIAN CHARiTERED BANK. ITABILITIES, ASSETS. (In London on the 31st December, 1886, and in the Colonies on the 30th September, 1886.) Paid-up Capital .................. .X720.000 0 0 B?ills recoivable, Loans on Itieosrvld Fund.................. 2.0,000 0 0 Security. Cash at Bank Guaranteo and Provident r, & ...................... £5,799,723 0 0 Fund ......................... 6 5,000 0 0 Spccie and Bullion....,,....... 607,376 1 4 Doposits........................... 4,668,002 17 11 Bank Pro Bills payablo and other Liabi. mines and lities ................. 895,358 13 8 Furnituro ,.. £330,816 17 11 Circliou ..................... 183,395 0 0 Lona, written IProui and Loss Account ...... 47,207 13 11 oil'......... 58,161 13 9 271,955 4 2 '£6,739,054 5 6 '£6,739,054 5 6 PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT. To Coreent Expensen in Ado. By Balance from last half laid, Melbournm, Sydney, year........................... £7,155 11 3 and Sub.Branclsw.......... £42,87...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Friday, 11.30 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 12 March 1887

T??ELIE APHIO INTELLIGENOC, (FRoh OURI OWN COnREsrONDiENT.) SYDNEY, Friday, 11.30 a.m. In the Legislative Council, Mr. Pidding. ton was elected Ohairman of Committees. Croed's Oromation Bill was re.introduced and road for the first time. In the Legislative Assembly in answer to questions, Mr, Abigail replied that it was not his intention to introduce a Mining Amendment Bill this session. Sir II, Parkes in replying to a question stated that, the alteration of the hours of working C.ivil Servants would be considered by the Cabinet. Mr. Clarke stated that it is un. true that Bertrand is at largo. Ho is at present an inmate of the Maitland gaol. A question then arose as to whether Mr. Abbott could as member for Wentworth take his seat, when the writ was not returned, which occupied nearly the whole of the sit ting. The Speaker eventually ruled that Mr. Abbott had no right to be present in the House, and Mr. Abbott withdrow. Sir II. Parkes gave his' assurance .nob tio proceed with the bu...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 12 March 1887

INTS3O ULOUIAL Ni VJiW. At the Criminal Court, Melbourno, on Tuos day, tho charge against Oharlos Augustus Smyth, a local Woesleoyn preacher, of obtaiuinig £3700 from Thomas Rotalliok, a cornish minor, who recently arrlvud in thu colony, by moans 'of fnlne protoncos, wna concludod. The jury, after delliberating for nnoe hour, found a verdict of guilty. Judlioge Moloaworth made somno sovere stricturos on the prisonor'o conduct, and son tuncod him to fivo yoars' hard labour. Thie inti.Chlnoso mooting hold in tile Town fHall on IMonday night was (esyn the Brlibani Oimrier) a ridiculousfiasco ; and that it was a fiasco is a teotimnony to the colimuion onsia of the Brisbano publio. We fully rocogniso tihe danger to our oomelunlty of anuy counidurablo lodgment of Olhinuoo In the colony. It ia a national instinot whliol warns un against allow ing theu atnabliahmolnt on our territory of a for. muidahlo advalnc guard from a Power like, China, a gianut amnong nntionn, which is gradu ally beco...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 12 March 1887

REQUISITION. To H. F. Noble, Esq., Mayor of.K Irnm SIR,-We, the I lndigtrfd electors of Kinton, rcquest that ynu wi)! crnvene a ptlclic nimeeting to conidllllr the Linct mc111ie11 of urgingl the Governmecu t to coinpiot llthe railway into tihe town. .TJeph) Weston Josephli Evnns W. J. Stalhainc lenry Conneuoll GCourge T'ry George 'T. Chlapiman Scc'vona"n lrotlher as'I as Ltove IHenryv Strkl Jlohln I eealuy J. PI. Tyctr Eldward Dwyer WilliIIun Mitchell Stephen AMI jor H. Whittinhlamn erUcgo I. Sotton WV. Cocks & Co. M. N. iiindma'rsl. Johl II. P. llobbs I. 0R . Keondall IV. Clarke Ainiitronlc Curtis W. Gordon ,.Juces Someurville. In compliance with the above requisition, I hereby convotl a publio euacting to be hohl ill the Council Clhmlcer, Kiiana, at 7.30 p.m. on Wodnusldcy next, lilth i?itant. 11. F. NOBLE. March 10th, 1837. 3.12.87-1. MEDICAL NOTICE. DURING Dr, Terroy's illnoes hins prnelico will bhe carried o by DR. AGASSIZ. Dr. Terrey else may be consulted at holne . 19...

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

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 12 March 1887

LOAL. AND fNflRAXUL N'iCVS. A ntANlnh;,te of 52fiova,, Initalatod by the Shalhavon Blrams Band, Is to ho run on thoe Rooroatioll Ground, Nowra, on Qeuoon', Birth. dL? 1h Intot nIovelty in tho ohiap of publlo alnlonrnollt l I) Inl Inatrol ,ntorbilnalont by the Salvation Ary, Attoend the T'ompuranlo hull tolnight, and soo for yonr'uohna. By Idvortlootnont, In to.day'oa sano the Jam. boroon M., and P.D). Socioty announoe that the rogular fortnightly mootting will be rounmnd tin the Protostnnt Hlnal on Monday next, 14th Illtant, Tilo subjoot for dobato Ia-"'TPhat the UTpper hionso should ho aholi hod," lthe Mhiniu try to aflirm, Tie publlo nro cordially invlted, and we trust the invitationl will be eoolp)tod, W~V (the Slwhoalhon T7'alerwph) rogrut to recorrd the death of Mr. Hloury IHon, of Onlylnea Orooik (Saltwator Orook), notr Burrior, It happoned that Mr, Jaon was taking the winters off a younllg hut usually ulllut lilly withI which ho w as ploughing during the day. The wlhnkrs woro...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 12 March 1887

NOTES OF TIIS DAY. Tic Insurrection in Bulgaria has beeoon com plotely suppresssod, and the authority of the Regency is now restored in the disturbed districts, The participators in the revolt reckoned evidently without their host, they thought that if a rising once took place, the whole population would turn out, but in this they wero sadly deceivd., A sovere oncountor took place beotwen the Royalist troops and the rebels, and much blood was the result. Hostilities prevailed for twelvo hours and the robels being defeated, fled towards the Danube, where many of theon word overtaken and captured. So ends an episodo in the Bulgarian drama which was at first ascribed to Russian intrigue. Tul test questions at election contests are frequently soon forgotten, During the struggle now brought to a close, the groat question which occupied the publio mind was whether Frootrade or Protection is the best policy for this country to adopt in the prosont circumstances. The contest has oeen carrie...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KIAMA RIFLE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 12 March 1887

IA!MA RIFL3 ASSOCIATION, ON. Wednesday last the quarterly prize mceeting and monthly competition in connoc. tion with the above association took place on the Barou Range. The weather proved very favourable, with a gentle breeze from the North-east, and consequently the shoot. ing in general was good. The quarterly prize meeting and monthly competition wore both competed for on the same day in con. sequence of no monthly shooting taking place since December last. A large number of competitors were present, and there being a refreshment stall on the range, the day was spent rather agreeably. The first-prize, won by Mr. R. Marks, was a beautiful little tele scope, presented by Mr. G. Knight. Appended are the winning scores, handicap included, in the prize contest: Points. R. Marks, let prize .........0 11, Mood, 2nd prize .. ..... 65 F, W. Spinks, 3rd prize ..... 64 W, Finlayson, 4th prize ..... 03 T. Spinks, 5th prize ......... 01 T. Honey, 6th prize ... .... 60 J, Rimmoll. 7th prize ...

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OUR MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 12 March 1887

OUR MISILLLANI. 320 cases of consumption woere treated last year at the Melbourne Hospital. T'lt Ieuv. tt. Britlo has Lbni comunitto, for trial for burning down his own manse at. Ry)de. The healvy reins in tie northern parts of Qute+nland, havo stopped all cootununicltion. The Customs detics colloeted at Wileannia for the Iostihs of Jalnary and February tmoutoed in hJanuary to L1026 6s ld., and Feb ruary £2141 1hs 71. Ilanlan will sail for Sydney on August 6th, to row Beach on the Nepean. At least he says so. The flower and fern show at Bowral on 'T'uesdaly in aid of (the finds of the Cottageo loes. piatal woN an unqualiofid success. The 60o-fuot artesian well on the Bourke to Wanaaring road is flowing 33,000 gallons per dimll att a height oIf 10 feet front tile ground. Thu Roev. Newman Hall in a reeoont orloln said that the lritish Drink Bill was 1123,208,000 in 1885. The rifle champllioship of Now Zealand has been won by Captain White. The carbine cllanpiolahip was carried olff by...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A GHOST STORY. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 March 1887

A GHOST STORY. [DY WALTE, THIORNUURY.J (CoNTINUED.) "The more fancy of a possible event, Remember the ghost that the captain sat down upon in the arm-chair, and then fol lowed into bed-eh ? IHalloa I what, not a word to fling at a dog-what, quite chap fallen I Sir, I shall put you in my next lecture." "D)ont, dont I" said both ghosts, in a whining voice; "we'll go quietly away if you promise not to." "Miserable impostors, bogone I I know all your petty tricks-the voice that called Doctor Johnson-the young ensign died of over-smoking at Kitlheinegar, and that same night went and torrified his poor sister, for no reason in the world, at 999 Gower-street. Bah T' " But, my dear sir, a moment's patience; lot me put one argument before you. Look at the haunted houses in Great Britain, the rooms where no one can be induced to sleep; look at the clashing of our chains, our white shrouds, the groans, tho--" As the Polish skeleton here got out of breath, his lungs being evidently out of order...

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FOR THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE." [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 March 1887

Fon T'Ii BLOOn is 'un Lirir."--larko's World-fainod Blood Mixture is warrahted to cleanso the blood from all impurities from whiatevor cauno ariaing. For Sorofunla, Scurvy, Skin and Blood Disonasos, and Soros of all kinds, its offects nare marvellous. Thomusands of Testimonials. Sold in Bottlos,, 2e 9d and 115 eaclh by Chemists and Patent Modicino Vondors ovorywhoro. Solo Proprietors, Tthe Lincoln and Midlnnd Counties Drug Co., Lincoln, EnB!gland. -rAnvT. 2-1.80 ' Towon'a Ponnyruyal, naind etil pills for fo mnalos quickly oorroot alnil irrogularitish, and reliovo the distrossing symptdorms o prevalont with the sex. Boxos Is. lId. hnd 2s. Od., of all Chomisots and Patent ilodiilno. Vendors.. Pro Inarod only by The Lincoln and Midland Coun ties Drul Co., Linool, Englnnd. Wholeosalo of all tlheo Wholosalo Houses. Dowaro of.Imnita tions.-Adv.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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RAMBLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 March 1887

1AMBLING NOTES. [nv Tue wAnmEmIN Jerw.] O(nt A. & II. Society has been singularly for tunato and successful in its attempt to pro vide a new and suanitable howground, and to incroase the usefulness nld popularity of the nociety. There cannot be a doubt but that the late year was all evoentful one in its history, during which, it underwent changes, whicih, though they may ultimately be beneficial in their results, were at the time of their incep tion both critical and of grave import; but "uothing succeeds like success." The Fociety was favoured with propitious' weather upon both days of the show ; visitors were unanihuoun in their praise of the new site, both as regards its situation and surroundings ; and there was not much room for fault-linding in ally respect whatever ; consequently the majority of thoso who weor loudest in their denunciation of the site, and in their general condomnatiou of all and everything concerned therewith, noting the turn which events had taken, ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 March 1887

BuTT'r,--Owing to aultry woathor butter has boon rocoived in a molted conditiou, and quality vary indillbront, Thorn is no chango to roport as rognrdS price, and bost; butter is improving in diiniamnd. Anything not'first.olnss thoro is no inqtliry for, and we aro sorry to say a oonriidorablo quantity coming to market is inferior. Bacon--No onange to roport. Ohouso,--Markot fully suppliod, and quantltios in oxcous of dlemand, Eggs,--Soaruo, Voultiry.-ln fair donmand , ,Iut r lot, 1K p r I I .....,,,,.,......,,. 0 ) o to , 0 Inlotry 111o , 0 I) ,, 0 1 I0 Onltor, plth l,,.,,,,,,...... ..,,..... ( 0 5 O 14 'Ibun, lt''l[,,,, ..P.e..r........... I,0 0 0' ~ '0 0 (Itc HIdi tto ...... ..... . .. , 8 o o0,0't 'l ll t ?, r ....................... 17 0 01 17 0 0 l ll , , ............. . 0 0 1) ( 0 ) ,lnioel hibushel ... ...I............... 0 . 0 , .0o 0 011101t ltf 100' tmn, ,,,.,,....... . ,,, ..., 4 a i 4 I0 1 oW , pr pltKltr, . . ..., . .. 0 90 o 0 a 0 JaLtio, vo r l ir ..l.." ........ ........

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Tuesday, 10.30 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 March 1887

TELWEI APHIC INTELLIGENCTO, (F,'non' ou,? OWN colRs'S0NDiONN'r,) SYDNEY, Tuesday, 10,30 an,m, Bank of South Australia shareos are sol" ling at £27. At the Fron Trade banquot hold in the Town Hall last night there was a groat gathoring, Sir IH Parkos was absent; throigh 'inidispositton, . ' The Governmont has appointed two .Coom missionors to rpreosent this colony at the Melbourne Exhibition,' The Oabinot sat for throo hours yesterdayl and decided to form in Syd ny the t nuIluois: of an Immigrants Bureau to olloot informa tion for the guidannoo of poisons:arriving int the colony, The Minister for Juticeo has resolved that all feoo paid to Olorlcs of Potty Sessions in futurb ~hall' gd'', to, 'Govormtuinti i It'Ho also persists in dispensing with the servicos of assistaintOlorks of Potty Sessions, Fathor Koating Into of St. Aloysius' Ooll0go, died in Melbourne, The Marino Board suspended the oortifi oato of Captain Anderson of this steamer Ooonanbarra for threo months, , The captain ha...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 March 1887

TFr .s A Bor,D STATI Ml?NT to sa?y that any Inodiclio in " noverI known to fail, but it is tnatod omphatically by the propriolora of Dr. Boll's (Khinoy and Livor) Bittora. This modi oino is a Hpooifio for dineaose of (ho kidnoya, livor and bladder, and has a roputation of thirty years' staudlng,-Adv., m'--`-_?-?_---? ---; . ..... Borough' of Kiama, FFRESTI Tondors are invited for. making a ro valuation of all the RA'VIABULIN PRO PIIRTY'withiin this Borough. Tondors to bo adi:ressed to thu .Mayor,) beforo 11 a,m, on Thursday 81st instant. JAMES SOMERVILLE, , Council Clerk. 18lth March, 1887. 9 16G87't Wollongong A. and R. Association,, dONTINUATION'OF . Annual Exhibition ! Wednesday, 23rd arch 'TTIIEN AN ATTRIAOTIVEPIPROGRAM1MI,, V comprising the ohiof eventu of thb Annual Show, will be compotud for: For partioulars aliply to J. A. BEATSON, 3.16.87.8, H aoin, Socrotary. TO ADVERTISERtS. UNDER thee new ,n anagement the KIIAMA REPORTER offers spe-. cial advantages to `Advertisers-of al...

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