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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 March 1887
GREAT EXCITEMENT IN WALES ABOUT A MARVELLOUS CURE. Living Six Years Without Going to Bed. M R. EDITOR,-Whilo spending a few days at the pleasant seasido town of Aberyst. with, Cnrdiganshire, Wales, I beard related whet seemed to me either a fabulous story or a marvellous clre. The story was that a poor sufferer who had not been able to lie down in bed for six long years, given up to die by all the doctors, had been speedily cured by somne Patent Medicine. It was related with the inore implicit conflidence from tiO circumnstances, as was said, that the Vicar of Llanrystyd was familiar with the facts, and couhl vouch for the truth of the report. Having a little curiosity to know how such stories grow in travelling, I took the liberty while at the village of Llanrystyd to call upon the Vicar, the Rev. T.- Evans, and to enquire about this wonderful cure Though a total stranger to him, both he and his wife most graciously entertained me in a half hour's con versation, principally touchin...
KIAMA AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 March 1887
~IAMA A(?IOULTURAL ASSOOIA TION. Tin' regular monthly mooting of the above was hold in the Council Chamber on Friday evening last, and there wore present-Mr. W. James (who in the absence of the Prosidant and Vice Presidoenls presided), with Messrs. Colo, Brown, J. and T. Love, Grey, Curtis, Colloy, Oraig, Graham, and the Secretary, Minutes of previous mooting were read, amended in one particular, and confirmned CORRSrPONDnNCE, The lotters outward were to--1. Mr. A. Cameron, M.P. 2. Mr. \. R. rIihdlnarsh, jun. 3. MIr. E. J. Marks, as ordered at last meeting. The incoming oolmmunieations wore from- 1. Mr. MI. Carborry, stating that he had written several times about his medal, but received no reply, and that ho " will seo furthor about it" if a reply be not forwarded at onoo. 2. Miss M. A. Carborry, asking that cheque for prizes won by her at last ashow be sent hIy' post, and enquir ing whether ioffnnng and Co. have presented the jewel case won by her. - 3. Mr. II. Gibson, Ourrunmboon...
INTERESTING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 March 1887
INTERESTING ITEMS, The Shepparton correspondent of the Mel. bourno Age reports that David Treahan, a farmer at Pine Lodge, whilst ploughing on Wednesday morning, mot with a serious acci dent. His horses bolted, and a throee-furrow plough passed over him, causing a terrible lacerated wound on his face and a large wound on his right leg, besides other severe injuries. He now lies in a critical condition. Mr. Penny, of Braidwood, is in possession of a somewhat rare curiosity. It is a white albino hawk. It is a beautiful bird, spotlessly white, and was shot by Mr. M'Williams near Krawarroo. These birds are exceedingly rare, and Mr. Penny, who is a taxidermist, is having' the bird stuffed. He has also stuffed a very large eagleo-hawk, which, when shot, measured seven foot from wing to wing. A bystander, who was at the Queen's Statue recently while tlhe unemployed harangue was going on, informs the Telegqraph of an amusing oirumstance which lihe witnessed there. A well-known member of Par...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 March 1887
WEBLEYAN. Bervloce will be conducted In the Weeloyan Church, on Sunday next, an follow s: Khaan, at 11 n.m-Rov. G. R. Olanson Ilamln at ? p.m.--oRev. 1 W. Orton Jamberoo, at I11 ur-ROv. It. W. Orion 1. Jnlellreo, at 7.1Y) pDm.--Mr. J. Graham• Old Pleco at 2,10 p.m.-etv. R. tW. Orton Oeningong, at 11 .llm,-Mr. W. Coraford Gerringong, at 7.30 p,,--oRev. G. It. GlanHon 1eoxground, at 11 n.m.--Mr. C Cousins Hhellharlbolr at t1 In.n,--M.. G. A. Somorville. ldheilluarbour, at 7.00 p .an-Mr. T. HIolden. Mr. J. Graham will conduct service at Mr. Noblee, fSkddlobaek, on untday nexttt 2.80 p.m.
FOR TELLING HORSES' AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 March 1887
FOR TELLING HORSES' AGE. Titnfull-grownhorse possesses 24 back teeth that is, six in each side of each jaw ; these are called molars or grinders. He has twelve front teeth ; that is, six in each jaw. Mares have no tushes. The foal has either at his birth or shortly after wards eight milk teeth ; that is, four on each jaw; at about twelve months two more milk teeth come in each jaw. These remain un changed till he is three years old. The mouths of the yearling and two-years.old cannot be confounded. The yearling mouth shows no signs of use, and the corner teeth are shelly only; at two years old those teeth are strong and well grown, and the corner tooth filled up. A little before three years the two centre teeth of each jaw fall out and are replaced by perm anent ones. A little before five the two re maining teeth are shed, and in their place come permanent ones, The upper milk teeth usually fall out first. Thus the mouth is completed as to its front teeth ; the corner tooth, however...
GERRINGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 March 1887
GfEIRINGON1G MUNIIPAL a OUNCIL, 'T'a rgulanr, fortnightly mooting olfthii Coun oil took place on Monday nest,. 14th intant, the usual hour, Ahd theor woro jonot tho Mayor, Aldornon Lro, Noble, I1L W ilson, add Gordon. L Alinutoesf' opreviouin mooting worn road and contirnted,i Thero wae' no correopondencu inwards or out wards. r'The Mlayor brought up the rip'ort of the l'i nteon Coinin?ttoo, rocoinionding paymtunLt of the following ncoomunta-l. 11. Davis, for 7 dayn' work on' main roand, .£2 0a;,ditto, 141 days' work' oti byo.onds, £5 In Od ;. R. Jorvis, for curbing and gutaoriung in Fur'n.stroot, £16 o10; 0. A. Jordhn, or for for g 10 cht' o flnil Grota-stroot, £6. Total,4 tO Os I ,1 Tho rport wna adoptulld, and tho itoman r dared;to ho paid, on the itilon of thu Mayor, seon.uded bIy Aldormnu Noblo, Aldornmn Louo thought it wan. timo onme aotion woro takun aloult the tilking of dovia. tione fromn the main road botwoeen'torr'ingung and Toolijooan and moved that 'the Council OClrk ma...
THE MONKEY OUTWITTED. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 March 1887
THE MONXIY OUTWITTED, A IoIIRRPONDENF Of the "Allahabal Plo. near Mall" says:--" Everyone is aware of the capabilities for mischief which exist in the monkey's disposition, and of the strength and dexterity which reside in their small wiry fingers. It is not often they are pun. Ished for their tricks, but a very amusing instance of their having to suffer for their misdeeds has lately occurred. At a small station on the Saran Railway there is a tope of trees which is, or rather. was, peo pled, by monkeys, who gained a dishonest livelihood by plunidering the railway trucks stored with grain which was intended for export; The manner in which they gained access to the grain was by picking holes in the tarpaulin roofs of the waggons, through which they abstracted their booty, The ne cessity for continued watching which ex isted, with a view to keooping the animals away, became a grlovance whlch needed a remedy, and this was lilt upon at last by a railway guard, For some clays before the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 March 1887
NOTI0CE. jM R, R. O. KENDALr has boon anthorihod to reooive Acoonmts in connection with the KMAMA REPORT'ER, and his rocoipt will bo sufioioent guarantoo. .?' S. MAJOR. The Kiama Reporter. -0 PUDLIUSED EVERIY WEDNIESDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING, ' WEDNESDAY, MAROlH 16.
KIAMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 March 1887
, ~IAMA M~1NICIOPAL qOU1O'UIL. 'A APr'OIAr, mooting of this Council wan hold on Saturday last, and was convened by the Mayor for the purrpose of tranenotling the bhnlineoa set down for ordinary mooting on the 3rd instant (which mooting, however, lapsod for want of a quorum); also to consider local tendors for oolstruotion of waggone, Thorn wore proeont Aldermon Major (who in the absonce of tir? :Mayor prosldod),4Lnvoe, Simnnons, Colo, King, rnig,i and Semorvillo. Minutes of provious mooting worn road and confirmed. CORRESPONDEN01. The ountgoing letters were to 1. G. G. John. itn ; 2. The Minister for Minos; 83, Dr. T'r rant; 4. D. 1,, Dymock ; 5. ii. M. N indmnarh ; 'G. J. Piko ; 7. I. S. . Mater'; 8. The Colonial Secretary ; 9, A. Camroon, MI.P ; 10, The Colonial Tronsurer; 11. A. Oamnoron, M,P, Tho incoming communlcations woro. as fol lowe-1. The Mayor, apologihing for inability to attond moeting in cononquonoo of the illness of a friond ; 2. 1I. S. Motor, qnoting the fol lowing w...
BULL-BAITING IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 March 1887
BULL-BAITING I?N PARIS, Tue Paris correspondent of the " Standard '" gives a description of the bull-baiting that took place in that city on January 10, with the object of procuring funds for the suf. ferers by the recent inundations in the south of France, It was only late on Saturday afternoon that the definitive sanction of the Minister of the Interior was given to the performance, and only then on condition that the horns should be tipped with copper knobs. This was done, and, though the animals were not by any means fierce, the precaution was not useless, for during the entertainment two men were knocked down by the bulls. One of them was tossed into the air a few feet, which made his nose bleed a little, and the other was knocked down flat on the ground. The " courses de taureaux " were not all the same thing as the bull-fighting in Spain. No bulls were killed, and the public was spared the revolting spectacle of the horses which are so freely sacrificed on the other side of t...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 March 1887
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Tluoanuot' a pressure of loal' matter our "'londer" and other articles are heold over till next issetb, Tue Salvation Army, which "opened fire" at Milton only six months ago, hlas succeeded well, ndl a barracks has been built. On Satur day the 5th instant, the barracks was opened, Oun local crlokeotors on Saturday last played a- pleasant game with a team cotiaponed of school teachers of the KIama and Shoalhnvon distriots, with Mr. Pitt, Inspeotor, an captain. 'The local men In this instance assumeod the de lightful task to train thoe mind and teach the young idea how to -- cricket, the scores being, kimtna 0.0., 157; Teachers 0.0.,, 89, AT the Kiama Police Court before the P.M., on Saturday last, Henry Reynolde, for being drunk and disordorly, was fined 10s or 24 houra. 'T'here was quite a bustle amongst a fairly largo number of visitors at the onurt house yesterday In antioipation of the details of a case of abusive langeago pending from last summons court b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 March 1887
Farmers & Gardeners B '.r Y ANDERSON & COa'S SEEDS. FOR ALL CROPS GENUINE & RELIABLE. ASK YOUR STOREKEEPERS FOR TIIEM, AND SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. ANDERSON & CO., SEEDSMEN AND PLANT MERCHANTS, 216 & 218 PITT STREET, SYDNYEY. 7-7-86 JOHN RITCHIE, SHIP AND COMMISSION AGENT, AND COLON[ALj PROI)UCE MERCOHANT, Caledonian Wharf, Sydney. Strict Attention given to Returns. 7-81.816-y "Diseased Nnturo oftentilnes breaks forth in hstrango ertuptin1e."-- etliii, Scone 1. TO THE PUBLIC. OM1 patlients IFl.ering fromn nervous nffoo jOlties are afranid frmni llol ior hasIihfI' lles nevl motn(lsty to P.RnSorNAJ.vY consult n Medical tun--onthr patieiont hIlave uot thoe 8olf-pIomsssiNt antiI conIontsi when ill, the consultilng roatll, to ncullrnlely describeo Ihui' csymptol'l-their Ihaits of lifeo, tllid the iature of thoe disease tlioy suffer from. Let such persons, (lie or Iho) sit qulietly downll in the plivacy of thr ownl apartmentsll anid with nlh mindhs dets...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 2ND SUNDAY IN LENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 March 1887
R E L I G I 0 U S. CHURCH OF ENGOLAND. 2an SUNDAY IN LENT. Divino ?ervic, will beo con duoted on Sunday next in tho Coln?ch of England Cthaulchc by Itov. J. II. Price, oc follow:- Christ Church, Klman, at 11 a.n.m,-forning Pryer, Ciniat Church, 7 p.m.--Evening Prayer Pt. (}ooroo'o, (errtngong, ait 2.O1 p.m. Cmwloy 1Foreat, it 11 on..-Mr. J. Iolbrook. Solrics will to condjlctcdl n tho Church of England Jambrotrno, ind Shollharlbour, by RIev. E. Crfiaford,on lSund?y next, on follows: Shllhllbour, at 11 nam. Janmberoo, at 7.0 p.nl.
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 March 1887
MEETINGS TO BE ]hEL.D Protetant Allianneo mnets N ch 10, at 7.110. No. 12, L.O.TL., meI t April 5, at? 7.8 No. 115, L.O.L., metct April 4. at 7.,0. No. 140, L.O.L., meeta April, 7 at 7., p.m. oolll of Tcmnper?lle, No. 27, mecta March 23.
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 16 March 1887
OIITUARY. ONE of the oldest residents of the Illawarra dis trict passed away from amongst us on Saturday, 5th instant, in the person of the late George Somerville, senr,. who was well known and respected throughout the district. He was a consistent and zealous member of the Wesleyan Church, in connoction with which he laboured as local preacher and class loader for over thirty years ; a labour of love involving-especi ally In earlier times-no small amount of per sonal inconvenience and self-sacrifico. After a long and active life largely spolnt in benefiting his follow man, he died from natural decay, at the advanced ago of ninety-one years, at the residence of his son, John Somerville, at Jonora Vale, and was interred in the Kiama Cemetery on Sunday, 6th instant, being followed to his last mortal resting place by a large cortege of mourners. On Sunday last an obituary sermon in com memoration of deceased was preached by Rev. G. R . Glasson, in the Wesleyan Church, and as is usual o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 March 1887
T IENDEIIS will be receivoed until the 25rTH INSTANT for the ereotion of a Cottage. Plans and Specifioation may be soon, and in formnation obtained from JOHN SIMMONS, Kiama, March 17, 1887. 3-10.87.1. Church of England-Special Service. TIHE Venerable AILCIIDEACON KING, B.A,, (the Administrator of the Diocose) will induct the REV.. J. HIOWELL PRICE into the Inouombenoy.ofetho 'arish of Christ Church, Kiama, on SUNDAY "MORNIbG NEXT, at 11. 3.19.87-1. Wollpngong A. and H, Association, CONTINUATION OF Annual Exhibition ! Wednesday, 23rd March. 1TWHEN AN, ATTRACTIVE PROGRAMi ME, ' comprising the chief evoente of the Annual Show, will boe competed for. For partioulars apply to J. A. BIEATSON, .3,16-87.3. Hon. Secretary. The Treasury, Now South Waloe, 9th March, 1887. FRESH TENDERS. CONTRACTS FpOR 'T17,i PUBLIC SERVICE, - FnonE FOil TIfi I'OLIOu; : OTICE is hereby given that Fresh Tonders will be received at this Offlice until nooni on Wednoeday, the 13th April noxt,.for Fur nimhing Forage...
COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 March 1887
00 MM IEROIAL South Coast and West Camden Co.opratl vo Company (Limited.) Following aio thoe quotations : Ihotter, st per lb ..................... 0 0 0 to 0 0 9 F ctoryditto ............................... 0 0 ,, 0 1 0 laco , per lb .............................. O 0 , a 0 Cl..' e ditto ............................... 0 0 , a a 0 Tal low, per to ........................... 17 0 0 , 17 0 0 L rd, per b .............................. ,, 4 0 lf in,e cl .. ................ 0 0 0 0 Pi , live, per lb.. ................ . 0 al , par u ol....... .......................i. 40 0 ,, 0 4 0 Onlid , per ton 0..0............... 0 0 I.o ern y, por tonl.... ............... 0 , 0 4 oat Htoo , per tl 4...1....... ......... . ,, 4 10 0 Fowls, per pair ........................ ,, 2 0 8 0 D,,olk , per p i .....................p...... 0 0 it 0 ceose, r ple r ........................... p 0 0 0 0 0 Turkeye, per pair ....................... 0 0 , 0 12 0 "Egs, per dozen ..... 0 .................. 0 18 8 Akrch...