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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 26 March 1887

PREBasYTrirtr ├ŻN 9urvic*a will be conducted in the I'reobytcrlim Chuechoe on Sundoy next by Ituv. J. Wileou as follw s Lnrnn, at II nmn Blhullhnbour, at 2.8' pnm. Jamboroo, nt 7 pan.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 5TH SUNDAY IN LENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 26 March 1887

'RE L I G oU S. CHURCI OF ENGLAND. rle SUNDAY IN LEINT. nivine Service will be conducted on Sunday next In the Church of Enlanhtd Churches by 1ev. J. 1. Prlco, us follows: Christ Church, Klasm,at I1 a.m.-Morning Praynr. 'hrist Church, 7 p.m.-Evening Prayer Bt. George's, Oerriugong, at 2,00 pt. Crawlep Forest, at It am.-Mr. J. hulbrook. Services will be conducted in the Church of England Jamberoo,'and Shellhadiour, by R1ev. E. Crib[forl, on Sunday next, as follows : h Jamblaron, atit a.m, Shellharbour, at 7.30 p.n.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WOMAN'S SUFFERINGS AND GRATITUDE. A Voice From Austria. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 March 1887

A WOMiAN'S SUFFERINGS AND GRATITUDE. A Voice from Austria. N'EAR the village of Zillirgdorf, in Lower Austria, lives Maria i-Has. an intelligont alld induntrious woman, whose story of physical suffering and final relief, as reolated by herself, is of interest to English woanlo , " I was em piloyed," she says, " in the work of a large farmhouse. Over work brought on sick head. ache, followed by a deathly fainting and sick liese of the stomach, until I was unable to retain either food or drink. I was compelled to take to mly bed for several weeks. Getting a little better from rest anli quiet, I sought to do sIone work, but was soon taken with a pnil in lly side, which in a little while seeoed to spread over my whole hody, and throlhbed in mly every limb. This was followed by a cough and short niess of breath, until finally I could not cow, and I took to ny lied for the second, and, as I thoueght, for the last tine. My friends tUl fue that illy time hail nearly come, anwl that I olltld...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 March 1887

TO ADVBRTIS1? S. Under the present managempt the KIAM A REPOR?TIHR' oft spe ctal advantages to Advertiser of all clisses. Enployers;, il thos seek ing employment, Buyers ind ellers will'do well :to make. .their ants known thldough oui', columns.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 March 1887

rIlIy IIYlyrlT N. Serrices will he .IenllnllOuld In tlhe 1've'l~l'tfritln ChiurchIIes on Siiundy next by lIcv. J. W4ilnun aus fllows Fhcllllrlur, sI 11 B.u lHiitns, at '2.:I ps.m Jamberss, at 7 p.mb.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A POKER STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 March 1887

A POX~R ISTORY, A rnE~rr good polker story is told by 'Twwoll known citizen, which implicates five or six worthies who are old enough to be grandfathors. They are all friends of many years' standing, and, sub roea, ]have boon in the habit of occasion ally opening a few jack-pots. This has beoon going on for a long time, and as if by some strange dispensatiou two of thlem soomod al ways fated to fall up against each other when both had hands that were good for a large amount of money with good stffl' betters behind them, This had boon noticed by members of the party, and a little job was put up to test the pair. The next evening that the gang came together, and when the ganme was going alolng nicely, a 10dol. limit by the way, one of the company called for a now dock. It was handed him all niceoly pro-arranged, and after pretend. ing to shuflle the cards two or throoe times, he passed them to the man on the right to be cut, Of course the latter said, "Let 'em go," and they were dealt...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 March 1887

COI)mlES(InA~TIO N (III flcH, (EIlItIISlO Na. '11o Ilsc. (1. Jreigli ec reoncniL.s servirre evert' lu olane *nn fllow.: flrvonnooguua, 11 n.in. nel 7 7I1n. [']'ho editor reqscrdi trlt 1(0 s' iiliivrn o(I fte dilrldw~lill fnnwnlrd lnnolllllnmelltl of nF rvi.Yr( ho hi helu'l from time to timn in their churchcn, which rl ntien will in ill o8s0n8 h 1o isc0e1d gmIIs 1f.1

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE OMEGA DAIRY FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 March 1887

THE OMEGA DAIRY FACTORY, A wIrrT?rn in the " Sydney Mail" furnishes the following interesting account:-"Five miles south from Kiamn, on a picturesque for tile tract of undulating country known as Omega, the Fresh Food and Ice Company have a factory which in almost every par ticular may be taken as a model well worthy of reproduction. In our prefatory remarks we referred to the encouragement this com. pany had held out to the Pioneer Factory. We should have said more, for as a matter of fact it was mainly through the efforts of the Fresh Food and Ice Company that the Pioneer factory was established. Prior to June, 1884, or the time the Pioneer com menced work, the company had Danish sep arators in operation at the Mittagong pri vate factory. HJaving proved by this means that the artificial separating was a good sub stantial thing, the company instructed their principal oflicers, Mir. Lock and Mr. Pateson, to give information regarding the new s: st ?m to the dairy farmers of the Coas...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 March 1887

NOTICE. JR. R. 0, K0. ENDALR has hoon authorised to recoiv Aoccoets in connootion with tho KIAMA lIEPORTEltlR, and his recoipt will be suficieont dischargo. S. MAJOR. The Kiama Reporter. PUBLIrIImED EVERIY WEDNEIIDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1887. TN nuANOnI, T-- osorno0nao Io a gaol thing wlhoihor nppllnul to l l' or proporly, No louts a bloslnslu i anyutthlnug thnt imorns gond healuoth DV. luull'u (Kiduney ano Liver) lhntrs Ido this, If tH uunitau'o gUret rneomdy. It is n mild buit 6llidlont (nlunrtllo1 nod notinglo t oIho sano tihom no thlloiver, kilonuys nod howvls, it mnliovon nil t~honn orgonn nond nonblon tiuni to por'fort Ihoir dttlens pot foully, It hine wondorlni powoir,--Adv DnNI'ur ---l~n. L0nulnuoul ;( ;utluirl , fiSorgollI Dentu let, uopmuonnuuluug NIt-, (I uuntuumuu fniuurol, Sit uglol nod n Tlouullurnl Itllrtinl of' lt1 York HIl'toet, Wllynl'uol flouuuuul'1 iyyuiuuuy..-KIuIlluuiuonI l 18583-wll uo-ololt Kiluuuu, uuiul tuiny lou ernuuunltOe ht its It...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 March 1887

An English vionr rooontly dinohnrgod a fo. mainO ervant bucalnno sio rofulOd to attaundl finlnly prayern , whereupon he Ipronoutd 11111hhn, land got judanoint for a yonr's wnagns. IJi r1 A Bow r, 6,1 ? SIaorN'' to nay that nn?y mnodicine is " nover known to faill' but it in stated amphntionally y thln propriolorn of Dr. B,]ll's (Kidney and Liver) Bitters, ''hin mnodi. ino ien npeoiflo for disLenoe of the kidInayH, liver nnd blhlndor, at d line i repulation of thirty yearn' standing,-kl'dv. Fon 'rne 3Btoon iN 'run 'iv.r,"-COlnrlao's VWorldfarneod Blood llxturo in warranted to alelano the bliiod l'rol all Inlpurite from whatnvor ecnoin nTrsingd, For Selorlin, iuurvy, 8kin and BBlord lD)isenA n, nd11 S?l'e of all lkinds, jit offoitot. oreo 0 arvellounw 'I'ihoIanidn' of Teastln'olnled. Sold iI Ilotltiw, ?0 1 thl and 1 I aialr liy Celicrtnts anid Paterlt Mllehloo \Vur lidrs, ovo'rywhlero, iolo Prolrliltors, 'l'hu 11ih nlht nl'l hidllnrrd iOunltiLe Drug Co,, Liiiuolu, Eul?nl. -A?V, ..2.1....

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 March 1887

IxN connection with the Royal Commission appointed some two years ago " to make a diligent and full enquiry into the beat method of conserving the rainfall, and of searching for and developing the under ground reservoirs supposed to exist in the interior of this colony; and also into the practicability by a general system of water conservation' and distribution of averting the lisastrou's consequences of the periodi cal droughts to which the colony is from time to time sul ject," locpasstointions have ,been forid in isomiiio pio tsr the colony to aid the commission in its important inves tigations. One such association exists ,mt WValgott, on the Darling, in the far north west, almost on the borders of Queensland. This association or " water league," as we beliOve it is called, ovidently took no contracted view of their scope of operations when the other day they wrote to the Borough Council of KCinma seeking to enlist sympathy with their labours and co-opeo'ation in 'pressing on th...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAMBLING NOTES. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 March 1887

(BT' A PiuAI'ATETIC PH.osoPPHERi.) 1. IN reply to the question whether T disap. prove of labour combining to secure its fair share of the product of industry with capi. tal, I reply most emphatically, No I But for labour to endeavour to coerce and dictate to capital is simply suicidal, and the aspiration to prevent the patient endurance and rigid frugality of Asiatic labour leave to toil is simply diabolical. When people protest against history being taught in the public schools, I expect to hear of a protest by the labour bureau against the history of Indian, Chinese, and Japanese Civilisation; for these have a continuous written history of 5000 years, invaluable for its record of astronomical observations, besides traditional history of the earliest migrations of the human race. Let us try to grasp the mean. ing of 400,000,000 of highly civilised people, all able to read and write; more than 2,000,000 highly educated men ; more than 2000 colleges and universities, and ten times th...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 March 1887

NOTES OF THE DAY. Sieios our last comment on tho sad calamity in connection with the .Biulli colliery all the bodlis--81 in number, according to the I" llawarra Mlrcury "--have boon recovered from the wreckago of the mino and con signed. to tmh gravo, though tlmre is still somo uncortainty fs to the exact number of employeeos working in the mine at the time of the torrible explosion, tho number having been stated as iglhty.tl'eo. It is reported, however, that two mon Buipposed to have been among the victims wore found on Saturday alive in Bulli. At such a time of wild oxcitomont and anguish as must have prevailed at the scene of disaster, it seems almost incredihlo that dillfronces of creed and minor disputes connected with thoe r cent strike should have found expression, Yet according to reports thorn was some shall we say it-unohristian quibbling over the reading of dillbrent burial services, the result being that though Wevsloyans were allowed the use of the Ohurch of England bur...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 March 1887

TIIi? OPENING of the abovo will= take pioo SATURDAY NEXT, April 2nd, DY DR. H. J, TARRANT, ex-M.L,A., And othor Golntlomn. The followiing local snoioties aro oxpoctod to co-noprate in the publio domonstration, namely, ''l:t:lFroonsolns, Old follows, Sons of Tonpor anco, 'God T'l'dplro , Protootant Allianco, and tho Kiain Brnass Bond. As tho puirpones a l(] convoniollnce of ttosea varilsll soiOtis havo to.bo fdrther conollllod, the tlimo or the form?ltion of the Proocesuon and of the Opening Coromony will appear in a future issueo. JOIHN 'HOLBROORI 8.10.87-1, lonl, Soc. KIERAN 'RYAN, Solicitor, etc. OFFICES : Terralong Street, Kiarrna 3.23.87.., Prosecute the Swindlersl! If whlioh yo ohll for 'li lricnn' Iboli lniltors (seo gueen faind of Hliopa ot whit hbel and Dr. Soulc'snamo blowna . ain hc botllh) the von dotr hllids' out nuythiij( hutl. A meriC n IH1p BIittorIn,.roftos it ndml Ihun thati vtodor as you would a vipor; and if h hnas talkon yotr molloy for anything olso indiot hhn f...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROBABLE WEATHER FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 March 1887

PROBABLE WEATIIHER FOl T0 IE JUONTHI OF1 MARCHI. CooLten days and nights ; 4th to 10th, gonerally unsettled, with occasional thunder-storms; showory until 20th, theo pleasant mild days; occasionally cloudy 21st to 20th; fair, thlan very changeable, with light rain.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 March 1887

Far1mer1s & Gardeners ANDERSOI & CO,'S SEEDS. .FOR ALL CROPS GENUINE & RELIABLE. 'ASK . YOUR STOREKEEPERS FOR THIEM, ANID SAVE .DISAPPOINTMENT. ANDERSON & CO., SEEDSMEN AND PLANT MERCHANTS, 216 & 218 PITT STREET, 7-7-80 JOHN RITCHIE, SHIP AND COMMISSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL P101DUC? MiERCIIANT, Cnledocinn Wharf, Sydney. Strict Attention given to Returns, 7-31-86-y "Diseased Nnlmo ftlentimes brenks- forth in strangc ornptioncu "-Acft iii, Sucne 1. TO THE PUBLIC. 0 ~ 1E patlicous lu lring from cnervous afeo L?(iolo aOre al''ridi front shhicr IashIflinc'ss aWld li1oh?icty Io ',ccuieNAILY co'?nilt a ledical nian-thller lcitinIi ihave Ilot the oll f-pniosRci:cl cand ec itr'lll wi heli i lltc i ci eccuicc tiilg rooi , to acc(ccrnlc.ely describc thuir c ytllpctnom--illteir lh iisc oits . lif ', uid the ntccreo of' ithe iscccu they iufl'er f'rom. Let sceh persons (he or Lho) sit. qcictly ldown in the. privnr'y oil' th(ir own epnicclnellcc , turl with c...

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PALM SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 March 1887

R E L I G I 0 1J S. Calf~IlOII F 1)XOLAND. PALM SUNDAY Divlne Scrvico wilihe reoeiietetd on SuSlndy next in the Church of .Eeglnu I Chiuheel by 11ev. J. II. fries, no Chlist Church, I(Felnn,nt. I n.m.-Morningl'rnycr. Chriot Church, 7 p.in.-IiEcvruio I'niycr Services will be c(oolnvted hn the Church of Englanl Jiuneero, alotd SheiIhnrour, by Rev. 15. Criefurd, on Sunday next, no follows 1 Shtllhnerour, at. 1ii cae. Jounhoroc, h 1.en pitn.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 March 1887

11EJL1'NUS TO I3E hiEPLl). 'rotestant Alliiinco mtreets MaI~rrlh 9, aL 2.30. No. 12, 1-.().1,., et~t April r, lt 7.30 No, 11i,1,.0,1]., nrlom tt.1I , 4. i I.9. No. 140, L l0.1,., mcoot April, 7 I1 7.M00 pmn. onIs oI TempeI(iran, No. 27, meelt April it.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 March 1887

00 MM R IA L. South Const and West Camden Co oporativo Company (Limited.) 1?trrTr.--Perderntago of prime very small, con. sequoiLtly demand l as increased for good uinal. ity. At yestorday's auction sales factory butter realised 8d to 1. 4d, Aind dairy 5l1 to Is per Ib. We now quote bent bettor (by private salo) 9D to 10d ; secold quality nominal; inferior sorlts unosuloable. lineo,.--Iril, Clreeso.-No donlmanld, nles slow. Pigs,- Very dull, largo stocks to hand. Egngo.-FLirm. Following are tihe quotations : ionter, let. prlb ...............,..... 0 0 to 0 0 10 niotery l iteo ............................. 0 0 ,, 1 It I rollr , eIl' ll. .. .......................... 0 0 a 0 0 0 'rluros itto .,...................... 1r . 0 ,, 0 5a )'i e, a live p rl.............................. 0 2 , 0 0 ' iTidow, ..c r o, ............................ 17 0 0 , .17 0 ' , ? . .... . ....... . . .. 0 it 3 0 0 8 .'rlt , pr;' httshl, ....... .......... 0 4 3 ,, e0 a ,tie li, per i,, ........... .... 4 0 0...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BULLI DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 March 1887

THE SULLI DISABTER, WVi extract the following from Monday's "Echo" :-The following is a corrected list of those whose bodies have been brought out and identified :-Louis Gorresen, John M['Bride, George Smith, John Adamson, Henry Thomas, William Lucas, John Ml'Oarthy, William Woodlands, Henry Gra bham, John Michael Doyle, Henry Hans Olsen, John Anderson, Charles Jowett, William Williams, William Snodgrass or Neal, Samuel Carr, John O'Neil, John M'Lelland, John Lonsdalo, William Thomp soi James Hay, Robert Browning, William Sec?fter, Greenor Brodie, William Brodie, John Smith, Robert Newton, Jaremiah West wood, Joseph Orompton, Luke Jackson, Thomas M?lville, Thomas Davis, 'Joseph Davis, John Roes, Lewis Williams, Robert BMillward, Win. Walker, Win. Wade, Geo. Stephens, Ernest Watts, Win. Ottawa Bouren, Felix John Bouron, James Bouren, Thos. Gibbons, John Thos, Wynn, Geo. Goombs or Walker, Harry Coombs or Walker, Edwin Bean, Geoo, Robinson, Geo. Ralph, John Mackie, Richard Wade, Cecil ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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