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MARCH 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 March 1887
MAIWIr 18, Boforo the Polico Magistrato. John Iogan plaondod guilty' to being drunk and disorderly in Turralong-stroeet on previous day, and was fined 10s or 24 hours. On a second charge of using obscene languago on the arnlo occasion ho was lined 40a or 7 days.
MARCH 16. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 March 1887
MARCH 10. Before the Police Magistrate. John Lowry pleadod guilty to being drunk and disorderly in Terralong.stroet on 15th instant, for which he was fined 10a, or twenty four hours in the lock-up. Same defendant for resisting the police in the execution of their duty was lined 10s, in default levy and distress or 48 hours.
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Thursday, 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 March 1887
(FROMI OUR OWN CORIREBPOND INT.) SYDNEY, Thursday, 11 a.m; Mr. Angus Cameron has boon elected Ohairman of Committees, the voting being: -A. G. Taylor, 21; A. Oamoron, 55.' Friday, 11,30a.,m. The Assembly osily transacted formal business yesterday. Bills to amend the Vo hicles regulation Act, a Foreign Criminals Bill, a Bill to validate certain: conditional purchases and leases, and tho Crown Lands *Act Amendment Bill' were rendt the first time, and the House adjourned at, G30, The financial statemennt will probably be made on Wednesday. The sittings.of the Presbyterian Assembly closed yesterday. The Moderator delivered an address. At the St. Patrick's Day Sports 12,000 persons were present. At a banluet given in the evening in the Town Hall the Mayor presided, and the principal speakers were Sir John Robertson, Judge Fawcett, Mr. Garvan, and Dr. Dohorty. The Government at Tonga has prohibited the Rev, Mr. Moulton and other Wosleyan ministers from holding services in the is: lands, F...
PUBLIC MEETING. EXTENSION OF THE RAILWAY INTO KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 March 1887
EXTENSION OF THE RAILWAY INTO •KIAMA, A rnuno mooting, which was attonded by a nlubor olf ifluential townsmlon and rosidonts was hold in the Council Chlunbor, on Wednoe. day hat, to urge on the Government the dosir ablonous of oxtonding the fourth sootion of the Illawarra railway, (oending at the publio cemo tery, just outsidoe ho town), into the town of Kianna. The Mayor (Mr. II, F. Noble), who was olectod to the chair, oxplainod that the meeooting had been oonnvened in response to a largely signed roquisition. He quite agrood with the objeoot of the meeooting, and considorod that it was of the grateost importance in the interests of the district and of thie country at largo that the matter should be prooooded with at onooe, whilo thoe contractors wore on the ground, as it would considerably, lighton thoe cost to the country and promote the publi convenieonce bo. sides bringing in additional rovenue. As they were aware, thoe matter had boon referrod to a seleot committoo of thoe Up...
LECTURE. "CURIOUS DOINGS." [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 March 1887
LEGTURE, "CURIOUS DOINGS." A LEoTU?? was delivered by Rev. G. R. Glasson in the Wesleyan Church on Tuesday evening last, to assist in romoving a small deficiency in the circuit fund. Additional efforts are, we understand, to be made with this object, and also to provide a good horse for the incoming minister succeeding Rov. Mr. Orton, who leaves on a recruiting tour about the end of the present month. Tuesday's lecture had been previously postponed on account of inclement weather, but to some extent suffered the fate of most post poned events. The weather was still unfavour able, and the audience, though appreciative, smaller than otherwise might have been ex. petted. The subject of the lectureo-" Curious Doings "-was particularly appropriate to young meon, and was directed against some of the pro valent evils to which they are exposed, Combat. ting the common notion that man is to a large extent the creature of eolrumstances, the leoturer advised all young men to strike out of thei...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 March 1887
TOWhll', Ponnyrlioynal a tnd stol:.pills for for f aInlon quickly corrot nill irroinlaril ~in, and rellovo the distroeting symptymllll ln l i)rM'Ilent with thl seox, lixoe lII 1 1W nald 2l. 9d,, of aill Uhnmiste and Palent Modvliol Vendors, Pre pareod only by Thle Linhlf 1 and Midland Co1111n lion Dru.rCo., Linooln, linglnl'in. \llolealio of all tho .Wholoestlo Houson. Bo\yaro of Inlita ions..- Adv,. W. H. PALING & CO., LIMITED, 336 George-street, halve lthe LAROIGOST AND MlOSTl 00C PL1I'lTI: STO01 OF Pianos, Organs & Musio, colnpriaing oery hlinker of 14 i,1 P U I E, oxtl:rlaly low prihon Any in lre an t IInl' III purhII a d T'1i -l-PA VYi l\N'i' SYS'T'EM, 0I)Al5IAN'5551I) to aisis sl d sa'y rils lllll s, Callognills 'and I'ricens a llled on W. HI. PALING & Co. SYDNEY. l'li hllnhilssedl .18t0, iSINI) IFOIl hMUSIC 10 IA ILO0 UI, 11.20 il-a1' ?'ZEAT EXOiTEML1ENT IN WALES ABOUT A M1iARVELLOLUS CURE,, Living $ix Years Without Going to oad. ill, ED'TO11,-W-hile i...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 March 1887
WETBLIYAN. Bervioes win be conducted In the Woeloyan Ohurnh, on Sunday next, a follows L • 0lama, iLt 11 a..--0 ov O. . 0, Glason lamnn, at7 p.mn.--iev. RW. Orton JaRberoo, at 11 anm.-lIev. I W, Orton Jaberoo,'at 7.80 p.m.--Mr. J. nab.onn , .Old Place ant 2.00 pm.-Rov, t W. Orton , cr?rhlgong, at 11 ata..-Mr. W. Crnlorld (Gerringong, at 7.80 pm,--. ov. 0. It. Olneaon Fo e noi , at 11 0.m.--M[r.C OosinR Shollharbqur at 11i a.n,--tM. 0. A. Somerville. Shiellarbmur, nt 7.80 p.m.-Mr. T. ?Tldcen. Mr. J. Omlrham will conduct uervice at Mr. Noblce, Saddloback, on Sunday noxt at 2.80 p.m.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 March 1887
LOCAL ANTD 'GNEBAL NEWB, Fi?ExI tenders 'are called for supply of forage to police stations in the country districts. No charge is to be. nado for visitors' horses and buggies at the Wollongong show next week. Tue NIoga Agrioultural show takes place on Wednesday and Thursday next, and that at Robortson on'30th tud, 31st; inst. PRonATE of the will in the estate of the late G. Somerville, sonr., has bopn applied for by Jane Somerville, widow, sole oxooutrix. Mn. LEONARD GABRIEL, dentist, intends roe visiting Kiama shortly. Watch for his advor tisemont, which will appear in a few days. Ax the inquest hold at Wollongong on the body of the old man, Michael M'Arthur, who auccumbod to injuries sustained through being knocdkd down by i ballast engino at Bombo on. Monday last, a vordio?:bf 'accid6utal death was recorded. A rirrrlu' from the roratpayor of Wo gong nooks to have, the municipality dividd?? into throoe wards. The populttion is stated to be about 2000, and utidor the Mutiicipaltio...
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 March 1887
VARIETiE S, Talk about equality of sexes? A man was snubbed in a New York theatre for keep ing his hat on, and it was in ovidence that he sat in the btack row, It was not a very high hat oither. In court the man was finod 50 dollars and costs, in spite of his testimony that the hat was a protection from a cold draught. And yet lovely woman can sit in the front row of. the pit. with all the hair which art and nature have given iher, and a th'reoedooked hat' on top of it all, and enjoy' absolute inmmnuiity, The other day a young' fellow ;in this die. trict (says the "oila?tihurt ,'!Times ") rode a hundred mrilos to obtal?' tlih:consent of the father of tl!oe girl ho hoped and.. oeproted to marry, she being at thi tUim1 under ago, The minister was in waiting to perform the ceroemony, hut when the expectant bride groom roturned it was found that he had only got a verbal ornsent from paterfnanalias, This the parson refused to accept, but in formed the young man that if the ftather tologr...
KIAMA POLICE COURT. MARCH 15. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 March 1887
I?AMA POLIO~ OOU RM. MAnon 15. B?rona Mosers. H. Connell, P.M., and John Conway, J.P. Williath Frost was oharged with stealing a £5 note from Miolhael O'Brion at Albion Park on the 11th instant. Prisoner pleaded guilty, and elected to be dealt with summarily. Constable John Mather Bale deposed that. from information received he arrested prisoner at the black's camp at Albion Park. When charged with the offence prisoner at first deoiied but afterwards admitted that he had taken the money out of O'Brien's coat pocket, while the coat was hanging up in the kitchen at Martin's IHofel. Boearched prisoner, but found no money on him, but having seen him previously go into Mr. Fryer's store, made enquiry and found that he had presented a £5.noto to Mr. Fryer in poy ment of a bill. Mr. Fryer gave up the £5.noto (produced) on demand. Prisoner was employed as groom at Martin's public house. William O'Brion, contractor, residing at Dapto, said-Ho was staying at Albion Park at Martin's hotel on F...
ATTEMPTED MURDER AND SUICIDE IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 March 1887
ATTEMIITED MURDER AND SUICOIDE IN MELBOURNE. (Crom tho At7/ue.) A TinlAJDv of a most shooking charactor took place at Oollingwood on Saturday night 19th instant, wheo a young husband nanoed James Wright in a flit of insanity made an attempt u'pon the life of his wife, who was lying in bed after her confinement, and also upon the life of two others, and ended by cutting his own throit, so that he died shortly after admission to the Melbourno -Hospital, Wright, who .was a carponter by trade doand was about 26 yeoas of ago, occuplid with his wife a small cottago in Willlnamstrentl 1o. lingwood,. le had ino relations in the colony, but was, as far as is known, a sohoer indust. rious man, and worklied regularly at his trade, Ilis last' plaoo ofocupation being Kl.w, ,llie wife was some years hlil,junior, and is the daughter of a boardinlg.houso keeper in Smlith.stroet, Eitzroyoy. Ihey had hoom inar. roind nearly 12. monthsl , and hd occupied the, ho'use ,Nx ?ioiths, On lriday nilght, Mrs....
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 March 1887
T'n present session of Parliament, as we understand from tho Governor's speech is intondodto'bb a short one, and moasures only of, the greatest urgoney and importance are ,to be dealt with. As might have boon ox b6biitbd, a bill is to be introduced without Sdolay, to establish a 'customs tariff which shall.givo offect to the unmistakable verdict of the people in favour of unrestrioted fraoo dbin in tho development of the industrial end commercial interests of tho country. It 's the intiiition of the Government to abolish the Custom's Act of last session as sood as'that can be done without causing anyfurther diminution of the revenue, On this point, however; several members who are in favour of the general principle of fiootrade have expressed their determination to oppose the Government. They believe, orpirofess to believe, that tho 5 per cent, ad valorem duties are not in the nature of a protootiveopolloy, but simply a legitimate expedient for the .raising of roeenue, and thoy say ...
SHELLHARBOUR POLICE COURT. MARCH 14TH, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 March 1887
BHELLHARBOUR POLIC0 COURT, MIancui 1ITv, 1887. B3EonE bMr. Thomas Fenwick, J,P. John Cauloy pleaded guilty to a chargo of using threatening languagoe to Constablo Sale at Albion Park, on 13th instant,, the throeat being that he wouid shoot the constable. The same defendant pleaded guilty to a charge of using obsceno language of a very filthy nature at Shellharbour on the same date. The presiding Justice of the Peace considering the gravity of the charges, fined defendant £5 in each case or threo months in Wol ?Irong gaol. The fines were paid.
DAIRYING AT DAPTO. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 March 1887
DAIflYI!CG AT )A9T1), AT fDapto (says a writer in th?e" Sydney Mail,") the old-fashiond village wheore the aqcluatic olhanmpion Iloaclh Ih his home, tlire has recently been cestabllished a duiry fac. tory. Travellers along (Ithe cost ranld seC on lIhe eat tide thhe 'l4re utl l iCnh, Ibwii g iiluated on the 1,1 .lv: 1,"a 1. :'i, i2: 1,:.im "Th''le Illawarra," and conmatulamdi mbucl at. tention from ecxenrsionists. Opposite this is an ancient building used over a score years ago as a flour-mill, The rust came to Illawarra and banished the wheat, but the mill was not removed. Six months ago Mr. F. .Harvey, the manager of the country milk company, whose head-quarters are in Palmer-street, Woolloomooloo, selected this old mill as the place for a butter factory. He set up two Laval separators, provided the necessary skilled labour, and agreed with 10 farmers for supplies, At tIle time of the last Dapto show, on January 26, the factory was treating over 500 gallons of milk each day and sen...
NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 March 1887
NOTES OF THE DAY. Mn. A uavs CAMnmoN Is to be congratulated on once more occupying the congenial po sition of Chairman of Committeoa, and his election to that office by a very respectable majority in the Assembly affords conclusive evidence of the general belief in his fitness for an office for which long past experience has eminently qualified him, To our mom her himself his iistalment in oflice will, not be inopportune or unfortuitous, and it may be that it is but the realization of a lurking expectation when he became a candidate at the last two local elections, We do not be grudge him a post of emolument in the Administration, nor do we favour the nar. row-mindedness which measures a member's usefulness merely by his ability to attend to the local requiromants of his constituents., That Mr. Oamoron will find ample oppor tunities to represent us in Parliament we have no doubt, and that he will make the most of those opportunities he has already shown by his promptness in attendin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 March 1887
INSURANOR. - -nRaitnco is a goood thing, whether aplplied to life or property. No lees a blessine is anything that ilneure good health, I)r, Bell's (Kidney and Liver) Bitters do this. It i nIatiro's great remedy. It is a mild but eflicient cathartic, and acting at the sameo time on the liver, kilneys and bowels, it relieves all those organs and ennbles thorn to perform their duties polfectly. It has wonderful power.--Adv. NOTICB. ~ R. R, . KENDALL has boon authorisod Kto recoivo Acounts in coonnootion with theKIAMA IREPORTER, and his receipt will bo aufiloiont disohargo. S. MAJOR. The Kiama Reporter. PUBLIBIIED EVERY W?EDNEBDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING, 'SATURDAY, MAROH 19, 1887. nrun low apI nila, rn iy an110 pam hllonn, Qunmuinn tanudu by Aanuiuanc O, Notlio,--ndvt, TT ?t A 13oLD STAT/E?MNT to hat any modiciono is " ovoer known to fall,T but it in stated omphatically by the proprietors of Dr, Ball's (Kidney and Liver) Bitters, T'his moIdi. oino is a ppoolflo for disneos of thie kidnoy...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 March 1887
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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 4TH SUNDAY IN LENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 March 1887
RELIGIOUS. CHURCHO OF ENGLAND. 4TH SUNDAY IN LENT. Divine Serviroe will bo conductd on Suntday next In thelo Church of E3glnld Churches by ltov. J. IT. lPice, nn followsl: Christ Chureh, unma,n, t II a.m.--MorningPrayor. Christ Churclh. 7 p.m.-EvenIng Irayor St. George's, Gerringong, at 2lO p.m. Crawloy Forest, at 11 a.m.--Mr, J. HoIbrook. Servieoos will he cenducted In tho Church of England Jambseoe, and Shcllhacbour, by Rov. E. Crlford, on Sunday next, as follows: fheillbnarour, at 11 a.m. Jumberoo, at 7.00 p.m.