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DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN TERRALONG-STREET. SEVERAL STORES CONSUMED. DAMAGE ABOUT £3000. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 March 1887
DuSTUOTIVE FIRE IIN' TERALONG ST RE T, SEVERAL STORES CONSUMED. DAMAGE ABOUT £.':000. A Fran broke out at about 5.30 on Sundnay mor'nihg aInt in the drapery and genleral store occupied by Mr. W. J. Stateltir in Tornralong streeot, next the Steam Packet Hotel and sopa raled on the other side from the City hli) at tlhe cornero of Terralong and Manning-strcets by two smaller wooden buitlings, one occupied by Mr. G. K. Waldron asn an auction imart, the other occupierd by Mr. O. Taylor aa a tailor's. shop. The lire resulted in the total destruc tion of Statham's store, i long wooden base menlt str'ucture, with all its contents, valuedl\t !bout £2000, and the two intervening build' irgs already menotiloned between it and tihe City Bank, the damiago amounting to about £3000. TIre firo seomn to Ihave been observed simultanteoonsly f'ro)tl ote of the wisndowr of the T'ost Ollico, and also by one of AMr. Stattham'r assistants who slept inll I room at the Steam )Packet lIontl with i window ove...
GERRINGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 March 1887
CfER 1INGONG MUNICIPAL OOUNCOIL. TuE regular fortnightly mooting of this Council was hold on Mnidrlay nsot, 28th inst., clhout the usual hour, and thoro wore present-tho Mayor, Aldermon Leo, It. Wilsnn, Ihnrpo, J. Wilson, Noile, A. Wilson, and flilndmarRsh. Minutos of previous meeooting woro roed nnd conlirmed. tORREoPONhllNct,. Theo outgoing lottern wore to the Minister for Mincs and to the enmblor for the. district, as ordorod at last moutilng, and the incoming conm runications wero frolnt-1 John Sands, inl reply to ran onquiry by the Council Clork, ofl'ourig to exocuto n ntastp for the Council in india-rubbhr for 20s ; 2. T. F. WOisonor, quot ingl pricoe of levels which hli had brouglt under notico of the Council nllm wooks .sinco, and which ho dloscribed ion" extromoly inexpensive," thoe prices ranged from?r £7 15s for anl 8 inch leovol to .1£22 10a. fr a 10 inch instrununt ; 3. Tie PI'aymnrtoer if the 'Treasury, Now South Walos, advising C.unicil that the sum of £150 had boon p...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Saturday, 9.40 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 March 1887
(IROM 1OUR OWN CORRIiSPONDeNT.) SYDNEY, Saturday, 9.40 n.m. At the Bulli colliery 85 bodies have boon Keoovored. Theo search is continuing. Tuesday, 11,30 am. There was a crowded mooting at the Town Hall last evening in aid of the B3ull rcliof 'fund. The Mayor prosided, The Governor and Ohiof Justicoworo amongst the spoeakers 4£3000 was subscribed including the Gover: nor's coihtribution of £50 and Lady Carring. ton'g; £20; Tattorsall's Club £200; Sir Daniel Cooper £850; " Bullotin " £50; Graidu Lodge of Froemasons, New South ,Wales, £190;, Sovorahl'subsoriptioos of £50, Sand twonty of £5 each, The Munioipal Assoointion.aro urging all Munioipalitieo?to agitato for a Local Govern mont Bill, t a nmooting of theo Sydney University t wiis resolved to establish a college for woman, Deniliquin was lit with gas on Saturday, The action Diuin v,. Barbour has beeon ro. oeard anda ? l'yesdiot given for plaintiff: During tlhe no+ tnh;! 'of, March £25,000 vorths ofgold fromis Mount Morgan - was'...
SHELLHARBOUR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 March 1887
QZLb~i;~f B~ ~a~~a.~ Lr~" ~tiiii, thn dcpnlottion tioiii thin Ornri~ir y:. di, rv t1o iiiterview tin lion11 the, A1 iuietirn for Public Worksr, in cnoneinction with 1Ii c qnynaario Pas,.and askig lieiytO !trinko thJo 3tOC(!so ,11rr((nge1C~r lllont9.e e ~lf Frohm Mllr. Ouniorbu (tolrgr4 utating that ho will notify by lnttnir fo itl ho has, arrigmid for thle interview, From 1, . Ilicko, suco, nski Council rer bonar soln of the ixpeaicc of cOtillg ioBLvert oppoci to Ili r iiibrH Albinýtil: .F!rom n Kiowan Ooriuil, a(# 6 (rii ObuitrtL. 'ý If they' will aict with th; ty tli ns'tc of Torragong Comnmon. Council agreed to iisR co-triusieis of' 'ou o iruspret to Mr. ]l i o will provide 18-i1 oh d iphPO thii, u1iicil + ' agrired to employ' lab to plhui tliaiji;E posiltioiri n41 o rn t( In (Illnancr, itoenuii0 ms oci for paynt a . iiinncii tiig to £5f 3dt1 k Tniu tendecs ot/ Jurnor for, gru1vllli tl'ongiirrn ocrlad at el' Pi ole l ha ruiiieul ? ?rl moire, I ioke a "n fI'r ierviriiig are mont a...
KIAMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MARCH 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 March 1887
xIAMA UNIOIPAL COUNOZL. Ma?nCu 20. PISENNT-The Mayor (II. F. Noble, Eaq.) and Aldermen Shilunos, Craig, Colu, iA. King and Love. The incoming corresponlence was as follows: From iMrA.A. Cnleron1 Ml.L.A., stating that upon making enquiry he found lthe Anotidod Tramnway Bill had not boon introduced during the last sessiol of Parliament, that proceedi.ng would have to ho commenll ced do tu,,o, and lie would lose no time after he fairly got hold of the matter. Front the Mayor of Forbes invitillg Council's co-operation in urging Governmelnt to introduce ia Local Government Bill. From Mr11. henry Gurney offering to lease tramway front Council at a rental, work it ont percentatge, or pur'cllhaso oil valuation, From Messra. \Vaugh & Jootephson notifying the forwarding of tive etts of trtuck whlocls and axles, purchased in Sydney by direction of Council. Froml Mr. W. M. Noakes (Messrs. Fowler & Co.) onquiring if Meatrs. Hludsmon Bros. had supplied waggons, and when'l Council ...
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 March 1887
LOCAL AND DISTEICT NEWS. Tilts Mayor of Sydney forwarded a cheque for £50 to assist those in immerdiate distress through the Bulli disa.ter, HIUTrcH?Us, the champion of the world, beat I'nder for the 130 yards' spin at Newcastle, the former conceding 4. yards. B13 the Bulli catnstropho a Mhrs. Bowen has lost her husband and three sons, this being the third husband she has lost in thoe samio ine. UrwsAumns of £1,200 had been raised up to Saturday towards the relief of the sufferers by the Bulli disaster. Tinr: Ulladulla Agricultural Association paid £173 10a inl prizes in co)nnection with the re cont show. Tiun renowned pair of ponies, Conqueror and Bronzewing, thie property of Mr. W. A. John stone, of Burrawang, are to be sold by auction at tile Robertson Show tonmorrow. Tnt: Iroulehton Oreok Literary and Debating Society tIlink of purchasing the piano recently owned by the Kinma Philharnmonic Society, which is oil sale at AIr. Dymock's auction mart for £80. We have heon roqsested t...
PROPOSED DAIRY FACTORY AT CAMPBELLTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 March 1887
PROPOSED DAIRY FACTORY AT CAMPBELLTOWN, ,Vic learn from the " Campbelltown Penny Post" that a publio meeting of dairy farmers and others was held in the Town .Hall, Campbelltown, a few days ago for the per pose of devising some means to bring about Inore satisfactory resllts with regard to milk sent to the milk companies in Sydney, Mr. A. L. Park, who occupied thile chair, said it was timo something was done in the matter as nlow they were only getting onl an auerage about ,id per gallon for milk, allow ing for sour milk,, leakage, etc. Air., Oampbell said he was Inl favonr of establishing butoter factory in Oinlplell. town. It iwas a most central place, having around it Appin, IMenangle, Olmndln, Naeol lan, and MAinto, plac?c from which thie milk could be brought. rThe dairy farmers wereo not getting nore than il per gallon on an average for their milk, the companies de dtloting for sour milk, etc., without ritlrn ing the milk said to bo had, thereby casting a doubt over tle' matte...
CRICKET.—JERRARA v BOMBO. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 March 1887
A veRi enjoyable gamo of cricket was played on Saturday islt between an eleven of J.erraO district nd oloeven of the BImbo C.O., on the lattor's grounl, and which ended in ia deeisive victory for the ilombo 0.0. by 5 wickets and 8 ':rn. The feature of the piny was the excel lent batting of Hamburger and Tyler. Ful lowing aro tho Rcores : JERItlAR1A. F. M'Cafft'ry, o Porch b Major ... 10 C. AM'Cal'roy, o and b Looper ... 0 F. Spinks, b Major... 2 (G. Russell, o Lynch b Major ... 11 J. Goddard, lhw, Farquharson ... 5 A. Spinks, o Major b Farquhar'on 1 J. Jarvio, not out .... ... 23 E. Markslt, anl b Imburgr ... 11 T. Spinks, cU'o'rch bMajor ... 1 R. Mitehell, b Iamlurgur ... 1 G. Sproule, b Hl:aburger .. ... 0 Extras ... ... ... ... 3 Total ... ....... ... .8 110.m110. Lynch, c Marink bh J. Spinks ... 2 Laurence., o Sproulo b J. Slinks ... 4 lamburger, run out. ... ... 30 Major, c A. Spinks h Marks .. 2 T''yter, o J. Spinks b Markls .. 24 Porch, not out; 7 Farquharaon, not out ... ......
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 April 1887
Protestant Alliance Friendly So ciety, KIAMA LODG]E,' No, 45, M EI~ MBERS of'tiho abovo Lodge aro invitbd to attend the 'fuioratl ol the wife of IPlOTHERI W. PHiAKIS, to movo from iher Inlate ridncce, SGlholhavelnstmeil. at 1 o 'olkieki to-day. 0, . V. SHARPE,. 4 2.87-1. Secrotnry. Bulli Relief Fund, T ADIES who fcol disposed to anRint in nfford ing relief il the way of providallg cloth ilg otc., for wildows 11d orplhian rendeured (Ion tilulo lltrough l i l Into 1 uilli Dinnnter, nro cordially invited to mloof at hMIr, Willinau Somrolville'H, Phoillinven stroet, at 3 o'clock p.m. on MONDAY AFTIINOON NEXT, for thn considoration of the above matter. 4.2-87-1 NOTICE. A GRAND B3ALL will be hold in tho T'I'IMPE'' ,L ...IANCEI HALL, 81ILLAItLOUR, on ?EAST'I' MON)DAY NIG 'T, in aid of I . 0. 'Church, First-cluas tn111ic pro11idlod. I'ickota-Shiglo O5; Douhllo 7q Od., S, A. J. DETTMElt,' . 184.108.40.206 . lion. 00. A Valedictory Tea-Meetin'e';, W ILL ntae plano in tlih Wosloynn thnlol rooln; Kin...
Prosecute the Swindlers ! ! [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 April 1887
Prosecute, the Swindlers!! If when you u ll'for. Amooiio Hlop Iilttoro (ore Ueen - ltwoip f lopoo don h while label ond Dr. Saute's nome bIown' i the bottl) thnoe n nor ouoo nt anything bint A orirounn houp Hilttler ifliac it ond lub tIhat. ndo'r l tOi you wout old ItYp er.; ntod it lie ills tolottot yourl mtont' for nytIhiug cldoe ilnditl hin fur the finnold ntll s him foe domomlt'oo for the siunillo tist wo will loll you hlbeinllp for the ouvnotlon. - z-lo·87-y~w
JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 April 1887
3 ABT3f1O 0,. (l?raoM A cOItIUesL'ONINT, .) Alr,?sn adjourzmeont of throo mounlith dura. Lion tho l'.1, and P.D. Society mat on Monday night, 28th ultinmo, Although the night wan. very dlark there wla a fair rol:-,lp of old moun buas,. but the attendance of vilu orl' and young memoiberns might be represo'ntul' is nmil, Thoe sep?cial. busim as was a debate ouou tho .subjoct bShould the Uppor Hlouse be abolitlhod,' Mr. J. 1A. Daley opleuidl iln the allirmnatuivo, andl was sunpported by Mr.. I,1. C olo. The Opposition. peaLers wore Masrs. 0. OV. W.Uraig, l. M'0atl'roy,. and It. Colley, Thu division wits about the most exciting featmur of the dobate, as it result ed in ta liu, \and wasdueided in thue Speaker'a. castin? veoto in faotnvr of the Mlinistr'y Siubs quuntly the Ministry resigmned, and Mr;' Craig. was " oult for," Th mllueuber of the new (o urlllllntt have not yet buoan alnnounced, but it, is conllilotly expect.oed to bIe i thoroughly pro to.tive one.
KIAMA MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 April 1887
KIAMA MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY, A NUM'oaR of young men and a few promi nont townsmen assembled in the Church of England Schoolroom on Tuesday evening last, pursuant to advertisement, to initiate a Mutual Improvement Society, or resusci tate the institution of that kind existing in iCiama some four of five years ago. Theo chair was occupied by Rev. J. H. Price, the newly appointed Incumbent of Christ Church, who explained the object of the m:eeting, and remarked briefly on the advantages of mutual improvement societies, with which he had been associated for about sixteen years. Rov. G, R. Glasson in- an appropriate speeph moved "That it is' desirable to form a M'utual Improvoment Society in iiamnna." Mr. S,.-i'ajor in seconding the resolution remarked that it was an unfortunate circum stance that their community could not boast of a dozen men able to get up at a public moeting and express their ideas clearly and collectedly. He mentionecd several local in stances to prove the advan...
Narrow Escape. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 April 1887
Narrow Escape. , * OCIlo?i'rI.i, JuIle 1, 18,82. "Tel'r Ycor Itwo I Wais tiekcd wail tll tlhe lost Ienltense and deathly pains in my back ladud "Extending to th end of my tune and to my brain I " W\licli madio nme dolirious I "From agony I I 1! " It ook thrco mon to hold me on my bed at timos I " 'Thr doctors triod in vain to rbliovo mo, but to no purpolio. Morphine and other opiates I " inad no offect I " After two months I was given up to dlio I I " Wl ihen my wifo licard a neilgblor toll what IHop Iittores had idonb for her, Hho at once got and gavo lie somIe, Tih first doo oneaed my brain and sooinod to go hunlting through lly HyHstum for the pailI. Ti'll hetml dose ienad niio inlcll tlhat I leptI two hlbnm, HoIj liirK , l hld Iot dnlno for two nloltliH . B'lefore I ]IIId 1IHM d fiv ?? , u lies, I ts w eA ll IWnmil ] lIt; w ork 1 li hlard Ue Iliy iikn1r coIIuli, for over ((1™11 week.sr llt; 1 l'Orkrld oillolo 1 for illy sitiigi, llnd tIlldin h 1 llnlar coldI was f11 lho wilhl ti...
COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 April 1887
COMMECIIAL, - South Coast and West Camden Co.oporattvo Company (Limited,) Following are tho quotatlons.: .utter, lt, ppc . . ...... . .. b0 o0 t to 0 0 1O I t.tor) ditto .............................. 0 0 0 1 4 "1..eo. pe ,ri t.............................i . 0 0 ,6 0 0. 1 Cliese dctitto .............................. 0 0 2 0 0 2 'o'tllo, , lper to .......................... 17 0 i ,, 17 0 0 ]h tr d , 1 r lt i . . .. . . . . 00 0 10 Cl""f sykilns, ealh .... .................. 0 0 11 ~ 0 0 lg, olive, prr lb ............ ........ O0 0 0 3 Clives, o tll... ................... .... 0 8 0......0 Ol1l ', ]....o.l............. ............. 0 0 , 0 0 ll.unz,, pIcr , oertox ...............;... ... 0 43o 0 4 3 Ooatntiny, p r tO oii ...................... 0 0 0 1,,eceis, f ap, lie ... t....................... 0 0 o 10 1'etoltoe pelr oion........................ 4 0 0 4 Il 0 "l iuwck, per pair 0. .0..........ft............ 3 0' 0 Dtolks, per pair ...........o............... 0 0 0 3 0 (lec s, p...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 April 1887
11I7Rai"AN. RSrviceo will ho onndmated in the Vceloeyn Church, Pn $undny next, ito follow, : Kiowan, lit I o o.-lleo. It11. Orion JManna, nt7 pats.-Ioc. Gi i. aoolnsoo *Tomhecroo, at 11 na.n.-lieu . It. i Oloonon ,Tonolooeo, nt 7 l)IO.-Mr.'1'. hloldnui Old o'lnc oh 2.80 pim.--Mr.''. ]llaldeo Oirrinooiri, at II i.o,.-air. 0. A. Somrcvcille. Arvrinionoi , n7t pin-;Mr. i. A. Sonervillo 3'oxirrouiol, at I I am.-Mr. WV. Coraford iacllirloir at 11 n.rn-,Mr. W. Coolie hoilliaariioor, oit p.ait.- lle. Ii, W. O irnon Maonnt hirntdon at 2.30 p.ia.-llcV. 0. Ii. Clitoan
INQUEST ON THE RECENT FIRE IN TERRALONG-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 April 1887
INQlUEST ON THE RECENT FIRE IN TERRALONG-STREET, AN inquest on the fire which oconrred in Terrn long-street on Sunlday morning last weas hold on Wednesday by the District Coroner, II. Ounnell, Esq., P.M. and the following jury : Mresrss, T. THoney (foreman), W. C. Kelly, Jas. Walker, Ii; Stark, Geoo. Wood, G, .1. Prott, G. Knight, W\. Clark, J. T. Ilobbs, WV. Lewis, 0. ll'Gliiichey, senr;, and 0. Stevenson. Mr. J. i). Sheridan represented tile Coieiteinl Union Insurance Co., and Mr. K. lRyan watched the case on behalf of Mr, J. W. Stltham. J. F. Tyter, postmaster at Xiiaua, elated thtn his attention having been directed by his wife hIo looked out of one of the wiidows of hi' residence and saw smoke issuing fro!l tile ridge of Statlim's store from end to end, tl d llam fiom above" the window of the store faing 'T'rrilong-strget. Ile imedUliatuly gave the alarm by ringing the bell in the clock tower. Senior-sergeant lonley said that on hearing the bell he jumped out of bed, and partia...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 April 1887
The worat formn of eover, Priokly Ilant Smallpox, and Melnaleu rapidly oured by LAM~ rLOUOI'll PYmIrTIO RAINP.i " It snvud Imy life, for tlho.fover had obtained R strong hold oi me," CO Fitegerald, Corriepondlolt of Alanchestelr Guardian,lc Albania. Abtuldulnt medical to? tilmony enolosed with oleach bileo, It is n cuar for Cholora and PnrIVINTI'ivn of most diseonuu incldent to Tropical and Co'onlil life, It allays tlhirst in a reoiarkabln manlnr and cools natl vltalieso the blood. J, S, Palrdy Ielr, writes: r! I'wold rathler go shaort of anytl'lng Ilann. thih liovourfailing travollor'se .frife.,-Adv, 1Ji.81?8 COPTI'I of theo Khriad. Rpiorei' canll e hind at "'1111i AIiUADII," 1-26.87, - OF - The Kiama Reporter Co-operative Co. CAPITAL, 21300 in 100 Shares of £1 Each, under the Limited Liabilities Act. SHE object of this Company is to PURCHASE " THE KIAMA REPORTER " from its present Proprietor, and establish it on purely co-operative principles, which will ensure a liberal represent...
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 April 1887
CONORItEATIONAT' CIUItCII, Ou?~llTNiO?N??. Tho lRov. C. IIolghowoy conducts services over' Sunday as followsa-l1 In. and I p.l. 1[Tih oedllor requetlla It lit th varloutt clergyimenI of the dxt?trot, will forward t ilouneeolatet oIf o?rvhle? to hIo held from tllno to time in thelr churches, which notIces will in all cases bo inserted gntls.1 The Kiama Reporter. -o- PUILISIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATUR DAY MORNING. SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1887.
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 April 1887
LOOAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. TaEp Minister of WVorks intends to recommend the erection of a new railway station at Gaul burn at a cost of £20,000. MIa. P?,'eait."., of Sydney, has sent a ton of flour to Mr. Fry, of Bulli, forany of the widows and orphans that mny accept it in parts ' £248 5s was voluntarily placed in collection boxes on board the steamuor Ormuz on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, in aid of the Bulli Relief Fund. Lone CAsetxo'rox visited Bulli onl Wednes day, and made it house-to-house call oil :ll the widows and orplhans of the disaster, speakinlg a few kind and comforting words to eaich., A uollsre beloging to Mr. E. M1oares of the Occidental ]lotel, Begs, fell down ta well in the hotel yard, being so badly injured that MIr. Moares Ihad to destroy it, IxSOLVxoUY. - Thomas Clancy, 'labou'rer, Kiamna. Liabilities £3t1; assets £6 10s of which £4 10s duo for wages had been paid to the estate. Insolvency caused by pressure of judgment creditor. Creditors : A. llackint £10; T. ...
RAMBLING NOTES. II. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 April 1887
RAMBLING NOTES. [BY A PInRIPATTIo PrrsLOSOPno.] II. M~ experience shows an unexpected amount of waste in connection with the output of coal. Show yourselves in earnest to remedy the . evil; and the companies will give every facility, Their books will show the quantity of coal sent to market, and the area of ground excavated will show the quantity that was in the ground. Bear in mind' that overy pound of coal wasted or .loft in the mine is a sin against posterity, a wanton waste of the energy that has been so carefully stored for us and our successors. Look at our slack heaps, burning for up wards of 20 years, and now, when the wet cycle of our climate has set in they are ready to fill up the water-courses and lagoons. Now take one ton of the slack after it is washed and ground, and distil it at a dark cherry-red heat, and condense the smoke, ammonia, and water from it, and we get 12 cwt. of coke, 70 lbs. of ammonia, 250 lbs. of tar, 14 lbs of naphtha, 4 lbs, of bonzol, 6 lbs. of nit...