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NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 March 1887

NOTES OF TEE DAY. T sceu n sicms to ho every probability that Tridcnt and Nelson may light their memor able Australian Oup battle over again at Raudwick in the Sydney Cup, which is to bo run for on Easter Monday. Notwith standing that the nonetary value of the race has this year beon considerably increased, and further enhanced by a cup, value 100 guineas, the gift of Lady Carrington, the nomiuations were fewer than in previous years. However this deficiency will be amply atoned for should the two great guns meet. The handicapper has not neglected to mark his appreciation of tho great form thbiy"displayed at Fesinigten, eInd both hlave been well taken care of as1 regards weigbht Nelson having to carry 8st 121b and Trident Ost. The distance is two miiles-a quarter of a mile less than when they meat in the Australian Oup-which fact, together with his meeting the younger horse with an ad vantage of 21bs in weight, ought, on paper, to turn Nelson's narrow defeat at Fleoing. ton into a v...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NEW SPEAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 26 March 1887

' T"'E NPW SPEAK .R, Tiln newly elected Speaker of tlh thirteenth Parliament of, Nuw, South Wales, Mr, J. H. Younig, Is by birth an Englishiman, having boon born in the year 1834, atOourt, in the parish bf Romsany, and county of I-[ampshire, England.' At a very iharly age he enterod the;servioe.of:tho P. andl O ,'oinpaiiy, but l~fi~? 20, and joined the 'dld Sydnoy and Melhb urnii 8.S. Oompany in 1854, entering it as fourth olliuer, and leaving it three years afterwards as first olllo?r, He'then settled at Port Macquario, where ho entered busi. ness aid(l did well, for ranty years, taking great interest In" all that Conceried: the pro. gross of the distriot and the developunient of its resources, In 1880 ho was returmnd as one of 'the two numbers for thuo newly created oloetorate of thIJllastlngs and n Ahn. ning at the Il rlt general l!!etion under the prsit Elt lectoui' Avt,, He occupied an inl lependent position in Parliament, and on the defeatof the Parkes.Robertson Government was...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE STEAMSHIP OF THE AGE. THE R.M.S. ORMUZ. (Daily Telegraph) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 26 March 1887

THE BTEAMSBHIP OF THE AGE. THE R.M.S. ORMUZ. (Daily Telegraph ) J.aTanirxa illustration of the growth of the /Australian trade, as well as the rapid strides that have been oftlcbcd in the shipbuilding Industry, is g~ln by the arrival of the IR.rM.S, Ormuz, the latest, and without doubt, the inest addition to the Orient Company's al. ready eltbensive fleet; The Ormuz is the largeat vessql that has been in these waters, Jor months past speculation has been rife it this port'as to what class of vessel the Ormuz would prove to be. Her predecessors the Orient, Austral and Orizaba, were con-, sidered remarkable, both for their beauty and finish, and it was thought that little im provement could be made on those ships in the construction of the Ormuz. as a matter, of fact, however, the Ormuz surpasses eitherr ot the vessels referred 'to in many i'rportant; respctcs; -Nothing like her has been seen in these waters hitherto, The Ormuz is from the Fairfield Shiphuild. iig Worik on the. Olyde;...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA REPORTER [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 26 March 1887

CORRO SPONDNCO . " TO TILE EDITOR OF TIle KIASIA RnEiPRTIE mn,-Is it possible that our Agricultural Society can advance, or oven exist, very long with suol a Committee as it now has e This is aquestion, which suggested itself on reading the long pro duction in your last, making some strange ro volatious concerning that Committee. ]3ut on thinking over the triumphant succoss, of the last show it, preseoted anotheoi feature, viz., a case of sour grapes and bad blood, bringing up forcibly a few lines which seenmwith it littte adaphttion to illustrate the spirit of the writer : '0 Mighty Factory I last thou come so low ? Are all thy conqu sts, glories, triuhiphs, spoils, shrunk to this little measure, that you wish to compete but with yourself 1" Prizes at our shows are offered (so the rules would lead one to imngine) to encourage per fecting the quality of articles shown; yet here we evidently, have a person who would like to see many of- the Committoe in.himbo-placing himself as judge...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 26 March 1887

PARLIAMENTARY, It is probable that . the IBudget Spwooh wvi not be deliverod till Wednesaday next, The Hueo, the Minister for Lands e(M. Thomas Gilrrott)'is sulfring firom a slight' ,indisposition in hoalih. II the Assembly onl Tuesday night the Pro mior stated that the war material ordered by the Stuart Government amounted to about £243,000, a portion of which lo Is boon received. The motion of Mr, Hiarloy on Tuesdasy eveoi in~, to the effoct that the running of thuous and railway trains for the use of Ms,P, aliould be diacuntinued, was negatived on a division by a vote of 67 to U, `'The speooil service referred to cost'nearly £1200 last'iit$t?iln. The ease of hardship whihi Mr. Melville brought under the notice. of ; the Ministeor for J ustico lnast Friday, was laid tt root on Tuesday night. It nay be remembered ,that it had roeached Mr, Molvillo that a man at Noweatleo had, for not.being able to pay a iie inflicted for the absenoce of his child from sehsll, been seont;to .,ganol,...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 26 March 1887

CoMmERC~IAL., ~ 13uttor, lstperlb ................... 0 0 0 to 0 0 D. toryditto ......................... 0 0 0 0 1 0 3nron, o ,rlb....... . 0 0 0 0 0.8 hoo to ................ ..... 0 0 8 , 0 0 4 Talllow, peori ton.. .......I.......... 17 0 0 . 17 0 8 Lard rlb . 008 0 0 :II:s 000 ,,o 0 0 8 elaxc, ..rbushol,.,,,.,.... ..,,........ 0 4 . 0 4 8 O?LtolanIfu, perbto.................... 4 0 0 ,r 0 0 Luorneo hay, per ton.,,,,..........,,,, 8 0 0 10 0 P'otatoes, pera to ....................... 4 0 0 ,, 4 15 0 Fowls, per ydr ........................... 0 2 0 ~ 0 , 0 Ducka, porl pair ............,............... 0 8 0 ~ 0 00 (ursco, lorpair.......................... 0 0 ~ 0 0 0 Turkeys, per palIr.................... 0 5 .0 , 0 12, 0; EOlgsper doluzcn.............,,.;........ 0 1 8 0 1 10 March 21, 10 7ý.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 26 March 1887

Tho, greatoet appotizeor Rtoumnoh, blond and livor regulator on earthl-Amorioan Co.'e Hop Bitters. Look for and read.-Advt. Proposed Mutual Improvement So ciety. A MEETING of thiose interested in eistalthi. ing a Young Men's Mitual Improvement Fociety; similar to the one whichl'exiatela few years ago, will loe hold in the Church of England tRhoolroom on 'PTUESDAY NIGIIT, 2th'?March, init, As it is intended to establish this much needed inetitutiol on no soctarian lilies it is to le hoped thet all those who take ,an interestin, the improvement of young ,men and society: generally will attend, 3.26.87.1, S, MAJOR. TO LET. T Ell HOUSE formerly occupied by the late Misses Black, at corner of Shoalhnven and Bong Bang Streets .. For particulars apply= at Council Chambers;;Kinma. , 'JAMES SOMERVILCLE " For Exoeutors latoE, BlaeW?" 25th March, 1887. '28 The Treasury, Nw Soutth Wides, '. 91th March, 1887. FRESH TENDERS. CONTRACTSMFOR THE PUBLIC SERVICE, FoinAun 5o1 O'ru TH POI'Ce N OTECE',lG...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 26 March 1887

'' . T W AN. Aorvici will bo conducted In tho Wealeaknn Church, on Buaday next, no followd t 'llnmn,'nt liI nm.-Mr. G. A. Somervllle KInom, nt 7 p.m.--?v. R W. Orion Jn01nbor P at 2,1 p.m.-Mr. W. J.mneo Jnmboloo, ht 7,710 p.mn,-ltov. 01, Ii 0l0H0n0 Ol Plaeo lht 2.10) pin.-Mr. WV. Jinre r Otrriniontg, nt 11 n.an.-llev, 1t. W. Orton Oorrlngnnr, nt 7.810 p.m.-Mr T. T. olen. eoxground, oht 11 I.tn.-Mr. T. IIolden Shmollhlrbour lit 11 a,m.-Heov , 0. I. HHon

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WOLLONGONG SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 26 March 1887

WOLLONGONG SHOW. Ts?'wea?thel r on Wednesday was y.arrn and fine., The show of the day was purely a " horsey " one, and a grand display it was. Of. cattle, there were none, nor other,exhibits to any extent, excepting horses and their riders. But of these there w.ere magnificent fields, the riding of the ladies more especially being such as would grace any, parade-ring in the world.: Many of the horses, too, were grand animals, and well conditioned. The Harmony Band performedL throughout the day. Appended is a list of the awards made during tle day, Messrs. J. Smith and T'J. W Hall (of Shollhaven) and Mr. W. Horvey; (Manager of the Country Milk Oompany, of Sydney), acting as judges:- ., Pony, up to 13.8 hands-J. Makin, 1; W. Osward, 2, Walking I-Iacknoy-G. Chinex 1; J. M'Kin. loey 2. Tandem Driving-Arthur Wateiworth. Trotting in BLggy, agilnst titme, around show ring, distance about one mile-J, Weir ; I. Baxter, 2 ; J. Charlton and J. A. Beatslon a tie for third place. Jumping Horso ...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 26 March 1887

'CONGREGATIONAL CHUoCII, GERRINGON . The Rev, 0 HeIIlghway conducta services averv Sunday ae follows :- e, , r Gerronaonga,'?a11 n,m ae nd 7 p "m (Tile editor requests that the various ell?llenyma of the dilstrlct will forward announceml?nts of services to be held t, lrom timo to time in tlheir ehurhos, which noticesa will in all aaaes be Inserted gratisi,, t

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TERRIBLE COLLIERY EXPLOSION AT THE BULLI MINE. 70 MEN ENTOMBED. Bulli, Wednesday, 3.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 26 March 1887

TERRIIBLE COLLIERY EXPLOSION AT ' THE BULLI MINE. 70 MEN ENTOMBED. (Froem the I/:awarra Mercury.) Bulli, Wednesday, 3.30 p.m. A TEItilnLE gas explosion occurred in the Bulli pit at about half-past 2 o'clock. Great excite. mont prevails., Albout .70 men were in the mine at the time of the explosiot; Of this number 50 are old hands, and are married men, with families. At present nothing definite is known as to the probable fate of the men buried in the line0. . It p.m. The force of the explosion was something ter rific. A' fearful blast of hot air, strongly imt. prognated with gas', belched forth froln the mouth of.the utunnol. bringing .with it a boy named Herbert Colio, whvl was;driving a horse about 50 yards from thle mouth of the tunnel. Cope was picked'up unconscious. At the same time,a Frenchman, named Bookoete, engaged in tipping stone several yards from the tunnel mouth outside, was 'knocked over the embank iment by the- force of the blast and blinding diist, buti was little i...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 26 March 1887

TnE deputation from the Sydney Municipal Association who waited on the Colonial Secretary a few days ago to urge the Govern ment to iitroduce a Local Govrnment Bill as early as possible, did, so in discharge of a duty self-imposed at the last annual nmeoting of thl'Association, ProBumably, they were not sanguine,, enough toq suppose that th matter.would be dealt wiph during the- proe seit 'short' eession preceding the sessioni proper to the year, commencing inu Jun( Sext, or ;if. they ware, tth Premier's reply iusb have been disappointing to them; What they askld was that a bill should be drafted during the present session and subl initted to the various minicipal councils of the colony who might sit upon it, and furn ish suggestions that would doubtless enable the Governnmeht to lay before the Honse a completeoand comprehonsive'bill with some prospect- of its b6ing passed., next' session. But'the Premier' finds eio has enough busih ness on hand at presnt, 'iiFid ho'is not dis. pose...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Friday, 10.30 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 26 March 1887

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE, -(FatOM OUR OWN COIRR~SPONDN,'r.) SYDNEY. Friday, 10.30 am, In the Legislative Assembly last night the preliminary business was unimportant, Mr. Garrett moved the second reading of the Conditional Purchases and LeasP s Vali dating Bill, which passed through Comnlit. tee, the third reading being made ain order for to-day. The Orown Lands Act Amendment 1Bill was brought on for second reading, and the House adjourned at midtnight. The latest accounts from Bulli state that 43 dead bodies have been recovered, and strenuous exertions, are being put,fortlhto reach the remuainder, supIpoed to tiumber fully 40. The cause of the explosion will probably never be kriown. - The mail steamer '"Raiatea," from San Franciscodto Tahiti, wa burnt at sea. The passengers and crew'were five days in open boats. The Minister for Mines has gone to Bulli, The Ministers for Works arnl Justice accompanied the Governor to Goolburn., Another death caused by ' Rougli on Rats " poison occ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 26 March 1887

IT' 18 A IOL) ?'~IArtMEN't. to Hny tlrnt.,in tmedeinto is "nover known to farl, but it it.' statued ,emphiirtienltily by the proIlrititors of "Dr. Boll's (Kidney anld Liver) Bitlters. Thi. mnudi. cino is a speii fo 1ro dieniaOH rIf, the Ikidnley ,, liver'ard,bladder, rr?nt hI ra rtreputation of thirty; yearti' atanding.-Ait dv.. Fun itme Brnron r Tit .ul rr"-CIhrkin's WorldlfnltGd Blohd .'lixtlruor r?rwnarlaterd: to cleanseo the blool ,from nll iinpuritiuoH from wlnhatirer n'iinur iintaig. For Surorl'.l, diorvy, Skin nlnd Iilolul Disornes, ind SIron or all kitidl, its effOIects re trrarrvellIonr. 'rnlth srnlldts:l l of 'L?enduhitlniIrL., nsold inll Ikittles, 2n htl anldl 118 oacr byli ir In'C istn r i ruand Paleit nutiliilitre Vontrinet everywhero. Rolo Proprietotrs, 'The Linrcol a id Mlitlanrd riunts r Drug Cor, Lruuln, Erelnid. -rA rvr. 2.1.86 W. H, PALING & 0.,, LIMI.7IE .. 888 George-stsreet, have the )In\o lime ' ' LAB ,ET AND MOST COM PLI?'I'TI, 8'001 OFP Pianos, Organ...

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NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 26 March 1887

NOTES OF"l THE DAY. ._.. ,--t- ON.c- of the most teiribleand? calamitous mining accidents that haveo yt lhad to be re. corded in connection with the idoalieoldd'of this colony; happeneed .attho',Billi mino on Wednesday afternoon last, when an explo. sion of what is' at pir'si+nt 'stpposed to haive been firoedamp,:wreoked the workings, which were thuis 'onvrited iiito :a lIviig trom?to the unfbr'tunate' i'ninors- soiii 'eighty in 'nuni bor-whose escape was reonderod, impossiblet and whose death iiust have been alnost in ! stantaneous. Scarcely had the long tradto disputo,' btween.' the owners hand the men boon amicably settled, rind the miners, mostl of w?lhoir '(t 'intuirhify'the' sidnetlof the event) were married, men with families do.' pendant on their hard,earnings, had returned, to their regular arnployment, when witout a moment's notice their labours in this'life were ended,'for over, leavig suirviving, families to. sufer. indescribable anguish, and: in most cases doubtless pri...

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DISPERSION OF THE ARUNDEL HERD OF AYRSHIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 26 March 1887

DISPERSION OF THE ARUNDEL HERD OF A.YRSBHI?S. MIossi, King amlnd Company sold tlh o01tiro hard of pure Ayrshire cattle at Aruandul, on nccount of Mr. lrobort M'Dougall, on Feb. 25, The attondance was good, includihi buyers. from all parts of the colony, conptition was brisk, and for the choice lots koon. The wholo hard. wasrapidly sold at very satisfactory prious : -13 cows sold .to 74. guineas, averaging £20 3s.2d 1 2 heifers and heifer calves to 50 guineas, averaging £20 8s ; six bulls and bull calves to 20 guineas, averaging E21; the whole hord avuraging £27 13s d.. The following aru the particulars of thu salu : COW, ' GOuineas. Little Grannio, Win. Oumnming & Son 74 Filagroo, Win, Onmuiniig ý ,n ... 40 Star of Aiundld A' Camra?ui, lailestou . 3(0 COlob, Win..Cnumminng & Son '. .. 33 Princesu s Maidu, IR 0. Evans. .. .. 30 'Flora Mlvr, Rtobert Kirklwooud 28 Me, Dods,A, Cameron .. 20 Mairs, A. Dunlop .... , . 23 Fairy, A, Dunlip , ..... 21 Firolly, Robert Kiikwood...

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FOWL FACTS IN AN EGG-SHELL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 26 March 1887

YOWL FACTS IN AN EGG-SHELL. TusE breeds of fowls having the quality of laying and not sitting, may be classed in four groupp--all layers of white eggs. . , First-Siigle.combed fowls,.inqluding tip black Spanish, Minoreas,! Andalusian, ;and Leghorn in variety. - These are distinguished iy large, erect, single combs ins the cookp,: and dropping combsin'the hens.' Second-The rose-corubed fowls of the HRiambiirg group. Third--The true "top.knots '--Whitc.cres. ted black 'Polish, golden.spangled, ,Polislh, silver-spangled Polish, white Polish, all of which have slit or doubled combs, or the rudiments of such combs., Four'th-The Gallic group-of fowls, pomeo of. which, like the Ore;ecwaurs?and tlie Toliu dans, have crests like the Polish ; others, like the 'GOlderland fowls of Holland, La Fleche, and La Blress&, of France, show the split or bifulated comb, or the rudiments of it," - Among all these the most useful, simply as, egg-producers, are to be found in, the single-combed gro...

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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 26 March 1887

LOOAL AND DISTRIOT NEWS. THE Kiama Brass Band will play to-night. As will be soon by an advortisooment in pro. sent issue an effort is to be mado to start a Mutual Improvoment Sooiety for young men in Kianma. Tus Goulburn Borough Council intend build. iig a newtown-hall and eroeting public baths and generally improving the town. Their£10,000 loan has booee offered at 0 per cont., the broker. age amounting to £50. DuvlNo the excessive heat prevailing on Mon. day last a child 18 mouths old, son of Mr. William Rudd, of Longbrush, became affoocted with sunstroke and died next day, being buriod in the public cemetery on Wednesday last. . AT the Candeul Agricultural Show huld last week 'the attendance was not very large, the entries numbered about 1000, and the show of. dairy .cattle and prolluoo was good, A jealous rivalry with Bega was prognostleatod, but sooteems to have had little.foundation in fact. AT the Kiama Police Court yesterday, be. fore H. Connell, Esq,,P.i., Jamnes Gibson fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 26 March 1887

HiCLLOWAve PILLS AND tOINTMtNr are remedies which should invarialbly be taken by travellers in search of health, pleasure or businessL. lMny doleterious ilnfluences are constantly at work in foreign climes, tending to deteriorate the health ; these and the altered conditions of life will entail on those who travel the necessity of carefully attending to early symptomle of dia. ases, and they will lied the use of these remedies to he highly necessary, the naction of the Pills he illt liurifying and strengthtlening and of groat ser vice in cases of fever, ague, and all inlfleuinln tory diseases, whilst the Ointmeont is a sovoereig ctllr in cases of piles, tatd lege, Iad lbreasts, wounds and ulcers. Ilollowav'e remedies do liot deteriorate by change of clintate.-Atv, :.:NOTICE. M R~[ . 0. KENDALL has hoon autllorieed to receive Accounts in conneotion with the KIAMA REPORTER, and his receipt will ,bo uflicoient discharge. S. MAJOR. The Kiama Reporter. PUDLIBUED EVERIY WEDNESDAY AND SATU...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 26 March 1887

. ?Farmers & (Gardeners ANDERSON & CO0'S SEEDS. FOR ALL CROPS GENUINE & RELIABLE, ASK YOUR STOREKEEPERS FOR TEEM, AND SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. ANDERSON & CO., SEEDSMEN AND PLANT MERCHANTS, 216 & 218 PITT STREET, SYD NEY. 7-7-86 JOHN RITCHIE, SHIP AND 003iMISSION AGENT, COLONIAL PRIODU?Jg MIC1IC[0ANT, Caledonianl Whnrl, Synyloy, Strict Attention. given to Returns. 7.31-80-y "Diseased Nnlte oftentimeos brneak forth in strallgO erttioeP.'"-Aetill. eiune 1. TO THE PUBLIC. AMlI, patients tnif'erilg froim nervous affec. Siln, a mn ralrnid from sihelr hnoliullliesi fmll ttl h'sty 1to rIt.IH NAI. S ('(Itc ult n mlledicnl tnlaI-ihllor tfilienlllahiiive t the el l-pose..'csain anod cnintelss whe ill the co xnnitiig room; to ae.,rntely dosuritho Choir hympint me-Iheir halnite of life, and the Into lru of tl die nsee they suffeor from. Lot suich persions (IIo or she) sit1 q(I\tly down In the privary of )thu'ir owe npnritienis,'nod with 1,aun iimilld describe ...

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