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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 April 1887

Tnu care of the public health in incorporated towns very naturally comes within the pro vince of the Municipal Council, whose duty it is to sdo that the public ways are not only kept in repair, but also kept in a clean and ..:wholesome condition. Nor are the duties of Aldermen bounded by streets and roads. 3ackl yards and promises are supposed to comn under their special ,jurisdiction with the, view of conserving the public health, and officer is, or should be, appointed to see that the Council's by-laws regulating sanitary matters are promptly and offectually carried out. Our town is singularly un. fortunate at the present time in having no ,one to attend to such important matters. Our Council treats them with stolid indifference, and migllt as well be defunct for all it has done for years past to improve the sanitary condition of the town. That it wants improving badly one needs only eyes and a nose to be made painfully awaren ,But if conviction on this point fails to reach the mi...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BULLI COLLIERY DISASTER. MEETING OF SYMPATHY AT SHELLHARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 April 1887

MEETING OF SYMPATHY AT SIIELL. IA 11R301UR, (I'notM A Colnr,,tOI'o.ViN'r) A vernu, meeooting was hold in the Counoll Chalbhers on 'ITusday evening last, the 211th ult. The Mayor (\hr. W. Matthie) presided, and briefly explahined the purpoeo for which the mooting was called, vie., to give relief to the widows and orphana of the victims of tho late disaster. Mr. W. ,Janms, in n fooling splooh, moved the first resolution as follows-That this moet ing having heard with the doopost of sorrow of the torriblu calmity it lt ulli, resolves that our practical sympllathy be shown by helpinug the fatherless and widows bereft by that dreadful disaster, SMr. L, 1., Mood sooonded the motion, which was carried unanhnously. Mr. IR. M'Olinchey then presented it sib scriptiol list receivedlby him from tho Wellol gong Temupoary eolif Committee,oo nd upon which he Ihd collected subscriptions in town amountinv to £21. Moved by Mr. IH, D'iuluor, and seconded by Mr. H, Hicks, son., that this meeooting naco...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUBSCRIBED AFTER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 April 1887

SUT. B 1SORIB1D I A MIEI?TTINO. £ e, d Dunsetor, Wal' or ... 1 10 0 ?s't, Jne. . . ,,.. ' 0 10 0 ' Daly, Joun ... .. 0 10 0 lmomas, \' .... 1 0 0 Iowis, W. ,. .. 0 6 0 Bonlty, W .., o. ...... 0 010 0 ioly, W .... .. . ... 0 5 0 Lidny, D ..... ,,, 1 0 0 Mood, L. .... ........ 0 10 0 lPrilih d, F. ....... .. 0 1 0 ' Toti',, ' . : ' i 8 0 2i 7 8 0

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 April 1887

NOTES OF THE DAY. ON], little episode onlivened the otherwise rather monotonous proceedings at the in quest on tlhe recent fire, A juryman wished` to know if the jury was a' special 'hiid, and whether the twelve " goodp mn tind 'true " were to be remunerated for the arduous day's duties. The enquiry seemed to ie looked upon rather in the light of a joke, seeing that the amount of reomuneration in such cases would come to about 2s Gd per lan, that it -would involve an' itiiihenso amount of clerical work and waste of good paper, and that in the ordinary ooii'se the money `would come to hand about next Ohristmas, With the greatest veneration for the tiame-honoured system of trial by jtry we can sympathise with the enforced patrio tism which serves its country at the expense of a day's earnings. That intelligent julry man can console himself with the reflodtion that he has more synlpathisoi's than one, Sooln of our young men have made a com. mendablo eflort to start a Mutual Improve. me...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Friday, 12 (noon.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 April 1887

.TELEGRAPHIC INTZLLIGTNOL. SYDNEY, Friday, 12 (noon.) In, the Legislative Council the second reading of the Oremation Bill was adjourned for a week. The Sheriffs' Fees Bill was read the first time in the Assembly, and after the transac. tion of formal business the Bill and the Clerks of Potty Sessions Fees Bill were passed through all their stages. In the debate on the second reading of the Crown Lands Act Amendnment Bill speeches were mado by Messrs. Copoland, Kblly, and Chanter, and the debate was further adjourned. On Wednesday next the Premier will make a Ministerial statement. The intro duction of Bills for the management of the railways, and to appoint a sixth judge for the Supreme Court, and the Patents Bill, if ready, will conclude the present session this month, and a recess of sixty days will follow. The. increased duties on spirits and to bacco dates from Wednesday last, the excise duty on colonial beer was in operationl yes A meeting of the Opposition will be held to-dla...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 April 1887

Too Mrulbnurno bonkokiumlcors huic subacribac eOarly £200 to the ]3u111 ReliufB uud, OsurioLrotls o wl,--'1'ho ollro boltl by% thyklrid uryc Is one of 1iuporlcco, 'Theuy ut. as iitttiro'H cluloueway to 010,1' nli thiu axtra liquids f ruom tlhu 53'H1tfii, and withl 11a1 thu imopnritiao, both thoso s ltnt are takon into thiu stomach ndt Ihoue that tre fortmod in the hinul Auy clogging or lunctiull of those organa III thmrefore imoportant. I)r. hlail's Blitters arc nato mc'H otIhoiont Imuistanim in hooping thu kidnuey in good workinmg order, otrongthoning thomn,nnd iniduclig hIoanlhy n allol. IC you ~O uld got wall and coup wall, toke Dr, 1iA1'e Bittcrc,-Adv. IloiIMrY wAYn (in'31 no A t ) A lN'rrr - Coilo, .Co.hl00u8 hihort,3ooo of 113unl3h,-T'llhorn 333333331iu0 roq,333o onrly W133l iiuroinittllg n331uoli3333, for if 330g10013331 thoy oflton and in ntiotnlu , h13ra333311t 30 or 00330331aptia33. '1130 01131uIIIt wall riiuiotin u3po tho Olloult n333 133301, fIbuotrntittg thU Shi111, i0,...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 April 1887

MEETINGS TO BE JiEILD. Protestant Alliance mooIn April II; at 7.30. No. 12. L.O.L., moot Aporil , mat 7.30 No. 115, LO.1.., meet. April 4, at 7.90. No. 110. L.O.1,, meetl April, 7 t 7.:10 p.m. Sois of Telllpornlo, No. 27, i?mctIu Aptll t.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 April 1887

Farmers & Gardenlers ANDERSON & CO'S SEEDS. FOR ALL CROPS GENUINE & RELIABLE, ASK YOUR STOREKEEPERS FOR THEM, AND SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. ANDERSON & oO., SEEDSMEN - AND PLANT MERCHANTS, 216 & 218 PITT STREET, S? N E Y. 7-7-86 JOHN RITCHIE, SHIP AND COMMISSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL PRODUBC MERCHIANT, Caledonian Wharf, Sydney. Strict Attention given to Returns, 7-31-86-y "Diseased Nature oftentimes breakt forth in strango eruptions."-Act iii, Scene 1. TO THE PUBLIC. SOME pationtsa sufering from nervous affeo tiers nro a'remid from sheor Ibhfulltness and modesty to PlatInONALtY consult a medical mnan--other patients have not the sol f-posse ssio~ and coolness when ill the consulting rotomi, to nceurately describo their symptoms-their habnhits of life, and the nature of the disease they suffer from. Let such porsons (ho or hoe) sit quietly down in the privacy of their own nlpatmenle, mnd with chlmn minds doncribe clertly each symptom of their case, ai ...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 April 1887

IlEB1TRI1WTI 1UAN. *SrvnIc will ba conducted in tIh V'roalytertit Churches on Sunday next by Re1e. J. Wilson as folluws ,1seseberan, at. 1 asls. Kisnmn, at 2L.o pan.5 Hiaussa, at? s pll.

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RELIGIOUS CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PALM SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 April 1887

RELIO I0 US. CHURIICI OF ENGLAND. PALM SUNDAY Divino Sorvieo will he .cnlhld on Sulday next in the Cthurch of EngluLd Chluhealc bly Icv.. J, II l'rloe, no follows : Christ Church, hulan, at 11 n.,m.-3orniugP'rayer. Christ Cohmhl. 7 p.m.--Evening Prayer Orawley Forest, at 2.t0 Ipma. t. George's. Oerrzgaong. at .10 p.m.-lMr. It. . tKendatll Services will ab eandected in the Cllureh of Elnglald Jnlambcroo, anrld SGllllhubour, by 11ev. E, Crisfrdl, on Sulnday next, It follows : . Shellhnrhtutr, at 11 a.m. ,lheron. at, 7.30 p.m.--Collection in aid of tho "IIULLI IEL1EU F FUND."

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BULLI COLLIERY RELIEF FUND SUBSCRIPTIONS COLLECEED BY MR. R. M'GLINCHEY AT SHELLHARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 2 April 1887

BULLI COLLIEIRY RELIEF FUND SUDnsRIPTTONS COLLIo01?I1D BY MR, R, Al'LINCIIIEY AT SIlEL IAltl3BOUI . Z-- . , c N'lllnclhoy, ...... ... 1 0 0 IBuokloy, ]unr., Timothy ... 1 0 0 Croagn, Mar tin ,,, ... ... 0 2 6 Carmody, W. ... ... ....0 2 6 Carroll, I . . . ... ... 2 6 'Cny, Jn. ...... ... 0 10 6 Thlmaon John . ...,.. 1. 0 0 Allen Bros .... ... .. ... 0 .0 Rltobinson, Jae ... 0 2 6 Hicks Bros... ..... ... 2 0 0 Bsill, T. 0. .. ... 0 5 0.. Dlmnstor, Humophroy ...... 1 0 0 Dettlnor, A. 11, . ...... 0 10 0 Smith, A ... .......... 010 0 Buylan, lI. . .. ... 0 5 0 Booett, - .. , ... 0 6 0 Swan, John ,... .. 0 2 0 Sawtoll, 8, ... . . O 5 0 S110y,;D. 0 2 6 Walker, . . 0 10 0 Ilanhuly, 0 ... ....... 0 8 0 Roddall, A, .. . ... 0 5 0 1urhill, C 1, H . . . O.; 0 2 6 Gallon, , ,,, . 0 2 0 Smions 0 2 6 King, John ... ... ... ... 0 2 6 Rloberts, 0. . , ;.. 0 2 6 O'Shoe, P. . 0 2 6 Mlurpahy, AI. ... .. 0 10' 0 o wik, T.... ... . .. 0 2 6. Johinstoni - .. . 0 2 6 Kittl.son, 0.... ... .... 0 2 6 l]t'a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 April 1887

Nr. Leonard Gabriel IS IN TOWN. 4-0-87 Crawley Forest C.E. Sunday School. TIE secondl ANNUAL PICNIC will be held -(.V.) on EA SIER MONI)AY, Aprill 11th. Lunchlon at 12 o'clock. Admisseon-i-s ld; childron freo. Proceeds 'to liquidate the deht on the building. J. WALKREIl, 4-6-87.2, Supoeintendent. Boarding and Day School lor Young Ladies. Bong Bong-street, Kiama. LADY PRINCIPAL MVERS. BRAMLEY. PItOSPECTUSES ON APPLICATION. 4.0 87.4. Notlice of Removal. M IS. BRAMLEY having aecured Mr. Robert Hudmareh's house, Bong Bang.street, lately occupied by Captain lcrels, bugs to give notico that the Easter Quarter will eommnence on TUESDAY, April 12th. The house biing largo and connodious, iMrs. B1ranoly is open to receive three meio Boarders who, honideo having all theocomforts of home, will also have the advantage of a thoroughly elliciunt reeident Governoes. 4.0-87-2. REQUISITION. TO THE MAYOR OF K[AMA, U. F. NOBLE, FaQ. OXRoBSTI PFUL S1B,-Wu, the nodereigned TV' realdents of Kitna and dist...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Tuesday, 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 April 1887

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE, (FROM OUR OWN COtRRSPONDuNT.) SYDNEY, Tuesday, 11 n.m. The Licensed Victuallors Association has resolved to raise the price of spirits and drinks to Gd from the 11th instant, and 44 for beer from the 4th proximo. In the second match of 1500 yards be tween Myers and George, Myers won by half-a-yard. At the Mudgee Assizes Amelia Cupitt. was sentenced to death for the wilful murder of her child. Michael Mannix, farmer at West Dapto, was fined £12 with costs for ill.treating three boys from the State Children's Relief Board. 7 p.m. Mr. Foster, Atterney.General, it is, thought, will accept the position of sixth Judge. In an action for breach of promise" at Mudgec, the defendant was 76 and the plaintiff 38. The damages wore laid' at £1000. A verdict was given for £200. Two goeds trains collided at Wentworth Falls. Great damage was done to the rail. way plant, but no lives wore lost. A petition of the Sydney unemployed is to be heard at the bar of the Assembly. Th...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 April 1887

NOT'-S AN-D NEWS. During the reccnt General Election only 131,002 persons voted out of 220,228 on the rolls. A fire broke out in a stable at Pert Melbourne on Saturday, and six horses wero roasted to death. The total Oustoms collections for the year 1880 amounted to £2,2,1,213 or at the rate of £2 4s 9d per head of the population. The racehorso Niagara, half-brother to Tren ton, has boen purchased by Mr. W. Cooper for 1750 guineas. Captain Airoy, of the New South Wales Artil lary, now in .Burnah, has been badly wounded in en actios'against Dacoits. It is reported that the Germans in New Guinea lhve discovered payable gold on the Huen Gulf. The Goverinont intend to grant the suoi of' £15,000 to promote prospecting for gold sad other stinerals. A ladies' cricketn match is to be played on tih Association Grousd on Easter Weddnesday in aid of the Bulli Relief Fuid. lhs oxchlsitn of the press from all the sit titgs of the Isperiel Conference is regretted by certait of the London journals...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 April 1887

QOMMERCIAL. Ilurrrn.-First quality in good demand; largo q(1na ties of second.uloss still coming to hand, which is unsaleable. This is l csrious loss to 'our farmcrs, and we would again impress upon them thu necessity of cooling ard churning their cream sweet, as grocors will not buy but tcr at any price, unless first-class. At actioln, ceparated butter realised from 3d to ls 5d per lb; dairy ditto, Ad to ls per lb. Large quanti ties passed thl'ough without a bid. Bacon.-Largo percentae of meat to hand is t'intied, affecting sales conuiderably. Really primoe machine-cui'ed 3.d per lb, handcored 7Td per lb. Cheese.-Larga storks to hand, icales slow. Eggs.- New laid scarce, worth 2s to 2s 3l per dozeen caso eggs 1s Gd to Is 9i per dozen. ,ully I3 per cent, of the latter coming to hand rI.o rotten, grocers complaining on all shies, btorekeepere choold oxerliso greea r enrs n pnr chaling, as this defect is very damcaging to their interests, sod also our own. I'igs.-Vtry dull. No sales w...

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SALE OF STUD DRAUGHT AND BLOOD HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 April 1887

SALE OF 1TUD DIAU(.1T AND BLOOD HORSES. Ar I3athurst last wuok Mr. \V, Kite's well known Dohalirnim stud of draught and blood horses was sold by public auction, th anue tione'rs being Messra. R1. and W. Oakes, and Mr. T. S. Olibborn, Thero was a largo attendance, i mliudig well-known inoeders from different parts of thu colony, and nun or two from other colonies. Thi prices realised for draught horses ranged up to 1 15 guimusas, at which ligurn Strathluven (imp.) went to Thompson Bros. of Bro wonglo. In the blood classes tho highoest prices were brought by three blond maros, vie., Matraesi Gross, hy Oxford from Valotta, 200 guineas-,lr. John Sun; Miss ETnrna, by S u mt:roi from Dulciun', 100 guineas; \Villouy Wren, by Blair Athul, 10G guineas --Mr. 11. E. Lord; colt by Clumma di Virgy from Miss Emma, 140 guinass-Mr. H. E. Lord ; bay colt, sama siro feom iMal toss Oross, 150 guineas-Mr. J. M'Donald. Both youngstors are engaged in thu A. J. O. First and Second Foal Stakes. Oemmia di V...

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GREAT EXCITEMENT IN WALES ABOUT A MARVELLOUS CURE. Living Six Years Without Going to Bed. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 April 1887

GREAT EXCITEMENT IN WALES ABOUT A MARVELLOUS CURE, Living Six Years Without Going to Bed. M R, EDITOR,-Wliio spending a few days . at the ph'aoant seaside town of Aberyst. with, Cardiganshire, Wales, I hoard related what seemed to tue either a fabulous story or a marvellous cnre. The story was that a poor sufferer who had not been ablo to lie down in bed for six long ears, given up to ldie by all the doctors, halt been speedily ou'ed hy some Patent Midlicino. It wae related with thu more implicit eontidence from t e circumstances, as was said, that the Viwar of Llanrystyd wae familiar with the facts, aild cauld vouch for the truth of the report. Ilaving a little ouribsity to know how each stories grow in travelling, I took the liberty while at the village of Llanrystyd to call npen the Vicar, the 11ev. "T. Evans, and to enquire about this wonderful culro Though a total stranger to htut, both lie and his wife most graciously entertained me ii a half hour's uin vtieranti n, rincipally...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 April 1887

SorvIcc~ uillhro Church, on Sunbiy ziext, follows Rinnia, nl~ Xl atu.-llov. IX. B. ]Iowcs 3(iniioi, otT p.ln.-lXu~*. ~. B. riliuwno .1 uobcioo, ni. II L,1U.-~tI', Xi, A. AoricrviflO. *TII1,,hCrno, EXt 7 l).XIX.'110X. B. IX. lliiwus Old l'hiee. aV 2dX(i p.m-Mr. XX. A. M,,wXYillO OorrIoj~nog, EXt II X.IXX.AXOV. B W. Oiiuii UOXXXXXX7EXXXXI, oX 7 1XXiX.-MX. XV. Corufoid FOXOXXXIXTXXI, nX Ii nm-Ben'. (I. B, X11i~~mfl tXholllXmhnUr, at 2,XU p.oi.-fltw. B. B. IXOEXCO

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 April 1887

Dii. TIicri,'s (KIIJN;iY ANul Thvuiuu) fluruErw nno in alt or uuhuaa iuciluipoiiii(I or old ~voaahnaa'~ ulxltuno. Tlany nra prapnrad by Ii ~idouut lila plaramohat, av~ u ~ rail i lco~hadgaa or iliu.Iiaaaa'ar~ aid yin aa~ ot ada laagraaliaaaa Li tlaa ci as~ dIHanaN which It ea:a'aa~. It Ia paraly vagatahaho aaaal carnal hannas iha yoaaai~oat ulalId or liii moat Ian ala Iianahial.~-Adv, It is runmoured that Mr. Fostar in to b1) modo the sixth judgo; and that Mr. Iteid is to bo. como Attorn.y-Gonoral. A littlo stir has boon lnada in the drowsy. hum.drumn monotony of Vintorian privato schools. Tho University Council has resolved to do away with proascribod hooks in classics ,t t1io matriculation oxahuination, and to ea?tiun on oeay passagos from unseoo authors. It will put an tnd to ormunOni ml alnh to a groat amount of incomnpatoti toaohing, which is conoualed tlt1dor tho prsnont syatemn liut snom of tho sehoolmasturs rofsuo to b1 comnfrtod by tho asloctU of bottnr oducatlon, Said 1)1o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 April 1887

lI?'Lvos Pol.llyryoyl ond atool pilla .Cur Co. Irlaos quickly ourtoot all Iroltglarlitihs, arid relihvo tho di rcorils?r oysin l Iltolllm to Irorvalolt whith h seox, lixo , Ia -, 1I aool 2a. Pdc, Cf oil Uhonialo I li Potont 31 ol i n Vodoio'. PrIi. pinu 0o1ly by Tlhue 1inanill 0111 i illd 0111. tioa Dr'ao, C, Li?huin, ?Eg?lIain1, W\hlouo l at' 11.1 tho "VlIloloio H..?,Ise, Iolvwno uof lultn tiaos,.-Adv. Onlratoltl.llos-The oIilloo holl hy tih Icid noys its 11lu oa lllo0t ]1110II They nt 08 Ilotulll'O hloluue-way thI olIrI'y oi th? oxtro 11r1ble u lt'oll IIu Isyalen11 anId wilsth ih n the t1 Ill'Ip rtio, ho ad?, ithan thot ora toko?i hila the alallblO I staI tho0u that no f00 rtuod hi ia halood., A'y clogging or hlooti, oaC tlUla.argIi l o lfhortfu' hIilltoll tI. IDi'. 13(1'1 11itor1"a3o natuto0) i.llolOlt OlIiNlIt il iloapitng (h0 idih?Oys hi guid wori)ng ordur, Lralnghlheninlg Ih nlili loduolug healthy nolll. [I yo' would got well ancd koup wail, tau .Dr. lOullo'?s ttnr,.-Adv, '1'I...

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