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[?]TINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 24 July 1886

NGS TO B HiELD. t Alli ato uints July 21, st 7). L.O.L., Oaet, lug .10 at 7. .IL.O.. IImeet Aug. 11 at 7 p.m. uo 11, O., I umeets Aug. 9, at'7.30 No. 140, L1.1., iets AUe .12 at 7.30 p.m. 8ons of itoapoianco, No. 27, meets July28. .....I

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 24 July 1886

USJIALIAN MllUTUAL I'IIOVIlsNT SOUl ETY. Established 1819. For Life Assurance on the Mutual Principle. T'lhe ohlesit Anstralian Mutual Life Office, and the only one distrilbuting profits yearly. head Oflice: 87 Pitt"street, Sydpey. DIIECTORS S: John IT. Goodlet. Eotq., OChairma'i. Is?ane Elbs Ives, E?q., MLL. A,, DepultyChnih'nan. ,Jlloes It. Faihfax, Esq. The [ion. ilr John [Ily, K.O.M.G., 3I.L.C. .1. 1'. Abbott, Esq., I.L.A. (G. A. Mutray, Esq. Chief hledical Oflicer: Dr. W. F. Mackenzio, L.R.C.P, (Edin.) A?rUAny : lStscclln'rRY. Nlorrico A. Black, ?.T.A Alex. J. Ralston. NEaW BUSINESS of 1885. 11,257 Policier, nsurlrintg £'1,010t.211, with NoTw Preminums of £152,027. I)ivisible SuIrphls of ihe year 1885.......:278,177 I'oliciest in force .......... ... ... 70,000 Antrinrlg (with bonus ndtllittols)...£2S,.00,000 An nuarl inctomer..... ..... .... ?1.210,000 Accumulated Ftutds.....SIX MILLION sterling. Th a distributions of iprfit talie ilare yearly, anlll IttuOes yvest whenl polici...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 24 July 1886

PRESBIYTERIIAN. SorviceR will bh condcteod inl the Proesbyterian Churcbhe by tll Rev. J. Wilson, on Sunday next as follows: Jnmboroo, at 11 a.m. Kiiatl, at 2.30 p.m. Kiaine, at 7 p.m.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 5TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. JULY 25TH, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 24 July 1886

-R LIGIOUS. CHUROC OF ENGLAND. &rns SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. JULY 2&rn, 1686. Christ Church, Kiawn, Morning Prayer, at 11 a.m. Christ Church, 7 p.m,-Evening Prayer Services will be conducted in the Church of England churches at Jamberou and Shellharbour on Sunday'uext as follows Shelliarbour, at 11 a.m. Jamboroo, at 7 p.n.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 24 July 1886

S3utl Conet and Wast Camndon Co-operative Company (Limited), Commercial Stores, Suessx-street, Syd3lny. Below we give dotailed quotations: n 5. d. £ s. d tter, 1st, per lb,,,....... 0 2 0 0 2 0 Soparntod ditto..... 0 2 8 0 2 4 Bacon, por lb............... 0 0 0( 0 0 9 `Lard, per lb................ 0 0 5 0 0 7 Choseo ditto ............... 0 0 8 0 0 9 Tallowpor ton............ 17 0 0 17 0 0 nalf Sklins, ec ......... 0 9 0 0 0 Pigs, alive, por lb......... 0 0 4 0 0 0 Calvos, each ................ 0 8 0 1 6 0 :I des ......,................ 0 0 8 0 0 3 Mai?e, per buhlol....... 0 3 4 0 3 5 Oaten Hiy per ton...... 7 0 0 8 0 0 Lucernoe Iny, por ton,,, 5 10 .0 0 0 0 Potatoes, per ton ........ 4 5 0 5 5 0 Fowls, per pair.....,,,.., 0 38 8 0 3 0 V)uoks, perpanr........... 0 .4 0 0 5 0 Geoooe porpair ............ 0 5 0 0 7 0 Turkeys, por pair ........, 0 0 0 0 12 0 Eggs, pr dozon............ 0 1 9 0 2 0 ,;July 22, 1886.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday, 12 noon. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 24 July 1886

TELEGRAPHIO INTELLIGENOE -:o :-' (FROM OUR OWN. CORItESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, Friday, 12 noon. 'Tlie Legislative Coulncil pnsesd thi Employers Liability Bill, after wlicl they went into corn. mittee on the Cremation Bill, but no progreRs is reported ; leave lih been given to bit again on ,Vednesday. The Assembly sat till 1 o'clnclk in tlhe morning, having under consideration tlhe Customsa Duties Bill; 27 items were passed Tlho Commons IRegulation Act Anteiundlient Bill was dischaorged 'ronl tlIo paper' . Tle Mayor's fancy dress ball in tile ixhibi tion Building last night was a great success. There wore two thousand guests present, in cluding tile Governor and Lady Carrington. Tlhe Minister for Works purposes visiting Dubbo on Saturday week. Another Tasmanani railway accident lina oc. curred. A train travelling over a viaduct, the fastenings of tlie swing bridge patted and tile engine foll over the end of the rails, and was jilinled against tle buttress; the carriages tlill remain on the...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JULY 22ND, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 24 July 1886

Jury 22ND 1886,. BrFron1r John Conway, elsq, J. P., Timothy M iKinnory, pleadod guilty to n chnrge o' being drunk in Shollharbolur on thie 21st inst., and was finod 10a ; in default 24 houro in ~lhollharbour lookup.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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19TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 24 July 1886

10T?i JULY. BImaron? Thos. Fonwick, Esq,, J.P. \Villiam Quiglky pllcadud guilty to a chalgil of being drunk in Shallhlnrhour and wasH fllu 10s; or 24 hours in houllharbour look-up.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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JAMBEROO. CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 24 July 1886

JAMBEROO, CONCERT, (FROM OUR CORIESPONDENT.) TIIE Concert and Dramatic Entertainment given by our Dramatio Club, assisted by lady and gentlemen amateurs, on Monday night last in the Protestant Hall, was an unqualified and brilliant success. It has been my pleasing privilege to have attended all the oetertainments which our Dramatic Club lave given since its formation, and at each succeeding one the im provement lias been both marked and manifest. so mucl so, that at the present time the amoulnt of talent they possess and the true conception: most of them have of the dramatic art would warrant their appearance before the most critical and discriminating audiences. When young mene, without the almost indispensable adjuncts of scenery and proper stage accolmodation, can represent a piece with i largo number of acts and characters, such as ione of those of Monday night, so successfully and intelligently as they, did, its shows ability and fertility of resource of no common order, and it...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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KIAMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 24 July 1886

KIAMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THE rogutlr mooting of this Council toolk placo on Thulrsldy list, and thoro wore plruaot-- tho Mayor, Aldorinoll King, nlGraham, Colo, Noblo, Lovo, Frudoricks and Oraig. Minutes of mootings h]old on 2-lth June, aid 7th July rospootivoly woro road and conlirnod, COltII'ESPON DlINC'O . The Olork road copies of letturs addroaHod to (1.) Mosurs. J3ohn YowlVr & Co. thanliing thomi for accoding to Coaucil's roquiest il tlho imittur of ronowing tlh promissory noto for £100 for i furthor poriod of a mionth; (2.) Dr, Tarrant, forwarding thl pnarticulu'rs roquirod by Mosmas, Norton mid Smith, solicitors, in comnno?tion with thl proposed Municipal loan, Theo O timatod valuo of tho rovonuu of tho borough for thle nsuing 5 yonrs was sHot down Its undur Rtats, £7,200; iJEndowmunt, £3,600U ; Iunts, £1,082 10 ; uatinatudl revouno from tle train way on tho basis of (id per ton on the prosont oxport of bluo rnotal from two quirrius, £0,750 ; Total, £18,732 0Ls. Anotl...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KIAMA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 22ND JULY, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 24 July 1886

MAMAA POLIaOF COUT.' T'IHURSDAY, 22ND JULY, 1886. BErour 1., Comnnll, Esq., P. 1M. Patrick Ryan for boing drunk and disorderly in Torralong-street on the 20th instant, was finod 20s or throo days' imnprisominent, with hard labour; and for boeing dhrunk in 'Torralong. streot, and in the Ouurt Iouse on the 21st instant, to whioh ho ploeadd guilty, ho was fined 10s; in dofault, 24 hours in thoe Kifana look 01)u. Michaol O'Leary pleadod guilty to being drunk in TL'oralong.atruot on 21st instant anu, was lined 10s ; in dofault, 24 hours in Kianma lock-up.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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KIAMA RIFLE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 24 July 1886

KIAMA RIFLE AS3QQIATION. As will be seen by advortisement the quarterly prize meeting of the above association is ar rauged to take placo on Wednesday next. The following handicaps have been decided upon : Scratch-Lieutenant H, H. Honey, 2 Points--James Spinks, 0. W. Craig,!M, J. Connolly. 3 ,, Lioutenant E... Marks, Sergeant J. Scewell, J. M'Lean, II, Hicks. 4 ,, John Spinks, 5 ,, J. Hicks, F. Spinks. 0 ,, Sergeant Fiulayson, S. Marks, P. Walker, C. Bursill, H. blood. S,, It. Mlarks, G. C. Jameos, P. Etting hausen. 9 ,, Captain Honey, A. Spinks. 10 ,, A. Wilson, It. Gordon, G. Knight, T. Spinks, IR. Spinks. 11 J. Lynch, A. Cordery. 12 , R. Jervis, J, Hoy, A. larvison, E. Bursill. 14 ,, Colour-sergeant Stevenson, J. T. Cole, E. Sowell, W. Grey. 15 , T. Fredericks, C. Deitz. 18 ,, J. Honey, J. D. Tyter. A married and single natlch is to take place on the same day, and the following are the teams chosen :-The married team will be chosen out of the following: H. H. Honey, C. W. Craig, ...

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SHELLHARBOUR. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. 16TH JULY, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 24 July 1886

SHELLHARBOU.R, COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS, 1t'ri JULY, 1886, BIroltIs . Connoll, Esq, , PM. and Jan,. Mill nrd 'l'hoc, FenwrCk, EIqe. J;P'. Williallm Douglas of Albion Park eplpuealed against tho anesnmrnrt of the MunIcipal Codnol I in respeut to a houns and land leased by hir to thue Govoernment a it Polico Siation, and thu Bench decidod a? the land andl ours ue in luention was in thoe ouopation of the GovornInler' it should not bo nenssoaed, and gave a verdiot in favour of Mr, Douglas.

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JULY 23RD, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 24 July 1886

JULY 23nD, 1886. Ba?ont H. Connull, t?q., P.l. Aloxandeor M'Koozio pleaded guilty to heing drulnkc in Torralong-stroot on 22nd instnut, ind was fined 0l or 24 hours, with hard Inbour ; and for oxposing his pornoU in 'Terraalong-stroot pluadod guilty, and wa usIutoIucd to one tulolnthl in Wollongong gaol, with hard labour.

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[?]INTON, [?]RICAN BUSHRANGER. [?]ally for the Kiama Reporter.) (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 August 1886

NTO N, IC0.N ULTGl{LtANGER. -jily t' the' K/i ma Hllqtwer.) (coS 1inusn.) cl,. iirthirn pIa'rt of the T'ranllsvaal, i"' el?i hced to h, then, were ,al \\wil- ., UhyLis, who cultivated the vi nu and prohlutced sonme of the finest wines grown in thI Cape. Oap' wines once had a good market in Eugitand, but of late they seemed to haveo palteld amnd. gone out of date, before those of Australia. Hl.owever', one day liinton, while mIlaking a journey on businlss, rode uip to 0on of'1 the viL ?e .growers' homesteads, uOllsaddled his ho'rse, sholok Shands with the inmates (as is the custmom), and iade himself at Iomen. I may add that Hiuton had previously visited thme house, and was aware that the ol loer p'ns Ssessed an imleort'ed .thloroughbred stallion, ,considered in theo district to hbe ahlmost beyond a known value. As a imatter of courtesy the old Bour invited Hl:inton to inspect hirs Scollars, and they imbied freely. ltinton tlhought to " rush" the old mian, and biet ,. hima largo sums...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 August 1886

M 188 A. MILLIII1 ll v oIIro alousiMU SPUPILS at Sandy Wha, UuGerriingoag. , 7.7 80..4 W' ANTBD a good COOK and LAUNDRESi hpply to' 8.·25.86 . , Kinma,,. PUBLIC NOTIOE. ,,r, I WILL not ho ropmaleehlo for .any DEOB'J: after theis dateo without ay written order, .' WILLIAM GRIY, E oY, Klama, 20th Augrat, 188l . 8.25 86.2,J, BOARD & LODGING. A COMFORPTAIBLE IIOMI. with the undoufi' ulgnod for throo loopootnhlu men, M. A. SM''I, 7-7.80-} Maniling Htroot.''' PUBLIO MEETING. A lMEETING of thoso in favour of banquot. litn DR, TAJLaN'T, M.L.A., iupr)( n oarly dato, at Jnamlmoroo, will 1bo hold nt T'i'tH' IlotIl, on TH'IUltl)AY IVIHNING NEXT," 27'u INSI'ANT, at 7.00 p.m. J, T. CO1 L ) Ilon, Soo, '". E. J. MARKS' pro1 tom . FREDER1OK N WBY, . PIRODUCI A MliOIIANT ANn CO(MMISI8ION AGENT, NATIONAL STORES, 255i Sussex-st,, Sydney. HIGHES1T PRIOES QUARANTEEDf 'A Aoount m Aloe roadnorod i?lumcuditly on nlo, ' , 7.*P2886.y ^ 1 H : , * * Farm for Sale, 1 EAR AMDEIN.-200 na.ro. src·elly foroe...

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PARIS IN THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 August 1886

VPAt IN TTE SEASON. * [Y A. H.. -.] TI'Ptnn are few people who, having never visited thl capitals of Europe, can form a correct idea of what Paris is like ill tle height of tile gay and festive season. 0 / tl vie Parisicwes, but Paris is always, gay. Tho,season proper in. Paris begins towards Oct6ber. with a slight cossation at Christmas, and continues till the end of May, whon the weather begins to got too warim for the votaries of pleasure. It is during tilo summer months that the "oi polloi," 'Arrys, aud othorstof that ilk fairly ilniulate the beautiful city. The Cockney " Charlies" will take their Maria's for a run over to Pa-uris, wlun the.britmC e de a cr?n ,e are seeking " fresh fields and'pastures now',' Iut notwithstanding thei number of Englisheion you meet with in Paris at this time, you can enjoy yourself dur ing the summer months, provided of course you have the necessary. Paris is oar' excellence thi city of pleasure-a veritable Garden of Paradise for the seeker of sen...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 August 1886

HOE AND D ORPIGN NEWS. 'lho Journal Odicol on Frilday pbhlihhn tihe text to a protocol signed in Paris ii Dooember last, betwooeen France and Germany, rolative to the occupation of the islands of the Pacillo, and in a leading articlo invokes the doorrnont in question as justifying France in the aotion taken in die Now iHebrides. General Booth, of tile Salvation Army, com-. plains that liberty in tile Unitied States is morn worshippeod in the abotraot than observed in reality; for in eleven States the arm of tile law had baoon edrl ill euppreseilng tile mooeetings of the Slvatlotibits, and fifty arrests resultri. It is intenrodedtosend In expedition to the Soulthorn States "to take salvation to the doors of our ceoloured brothern," Thogroatadvance whlich hne taken place of late year in the number of suioides in Russia bas occnsioned sone interesting discusesion na to its oaulses, which are variously assigned to be tile growth of posimis, olhungedol eoonomio conditiore anir increasing...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 August 1886

00MMER~~CIAL. Ilottor, lt,.porlh ..0 0~~..... . O 0 ,to 0 1 lIl?cou, rl b ..............l............. 0 0 0B 0 0 0 7L40, p1 r lb ........................... 4 . 0 .0 7. GC[I~oo( ditto ......,, ' ........... 0 ,7 . 0 0. 0. Callfo 1 , 0 oh .. ..... ..... O 0 0 0' 0 fall o poru1 ol0, ... ....l............ 0 0 4 ., 0 0 4' 0I(0,0011 , ..........,............110..... 0 r ' 0 0 ' @ @ :::::::0: o '00a oIdoi, pclrlmoohol..............I.... . ,. .0 l. ?4'? O(t11 in , ortoo........;......... 0 0 0 810 01 llco1o1l00 1?10por a.....,. .,, 10 0 ' ' 40' 0 0 'otato , 1(or to .... .. 0'0 . 0 00 ])Ick a, (0. ....0 . ....,,,,, , 4 .' 0 '0o (tbowo, per latr .....,................. , I' 0 ,, 0 8 '0" b'Iwu'koy 1(0p 1 ,l,,I, 0 0 '. 0 14, LO igE , pwlwrdozo. ...... . 0 p .0 , . A~g((otL 21t1000, ''"

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A VERY SAD CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 August 1886

A VERY SAD CASE. (From the Mrelbourne Teleglrapl of Thursday.) A most harrowiil l iIeo waVi repolrlod Il the Cily Coroner on W\.dnesilv mnoioing. Th'l details aroof a pocuiliurly olfeolinl' kinl, and inlqnlirlers into tile ClH yc lcr.l:ly iipilil m llore. il I a others who had niot s1on tII liocale of' the Itrnedy what a pailll'll timn I if i' th yollun molhor inilHt have exlperieced oil Ihwl lon, ly) IWancl at Elalornwirk dlriing IIh loig h11 1111 oI0 thel night hofore she lild her holpcllesH ill'anit o(I tlu Ihmnk jilst above hiihl wnler 1111rk, 'lnd I iirI, walking in until 3lla racnulod lduol) water.' Irsrlf, sank, and was drownedl. It l1i'H 10be II', e ll. ton of Mr. Morrison, ia binushllker. reIihriii il Now-strcnt, for soilo limec ponH tIo Ille II I.llnli tutional walk along th belinlh a'ly ' ivvl' irlorllinlg, and e11 was ))Illlusll/i' tlis pIl0en ti el Ie tweenl 6 ni(d 7 o'clock CyelaItrdy imo11inlll, welii, as' oh C IIIO to ao point Illt1y 'llllIlt<ed yIllar fI1...

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