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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 April 1887

CONf'iEGOATIONAL C]IUli[,t Q HflTION(iONG( The Rlv, G. Ileighway condutcts srvice, overy Sunday ae follows - Ocrrongtnmg, nt, 11 n.m. anid 7 p~m. [Tho c?1itm' rnqumntn t i~t thm varinun ckrgy}mnun of tho ciist1int will forward1 Ofll}lO *III(OlIOkl of rcrvlrro to ho lhel from thmo to, limo h, Ihlrr chourolmo, whirlh oulioh? will hi oLIl mcos be insorted gratis, The Eiama Reporter. -ii IUDLISHEfD ILVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MORNIND. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1887.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KIAMA POLICE COURT. APRIL 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 April 1887

XIAMA POLIOE OOU17 . Aeem, 5. B]rons Mosers IT. Councnl, P.M. and M. N. Hindmarseh J.P. W. J. Bevnn was charged with using obscene langaoge. Defendant pleaded not guilty, but admittod having used profane language. Constables Banks and Millor stated thMt at sbout 11,80.on Saturday night last dsfsndat, who was slightly under the intilnOcO of liquor, made use of the obscene language complahned of in company with several persons in front of the Royal Iotel; (lid not desist when he cau tioned him, and became abusive. For the defence, Thoenes Jonte, an employee of dofondant's, only hoard defendant call someone a - t1hr, and make use of the word d-in, but wes not present all the time. Defendant explained that he had boon in stilted by a man who questioned his skill as a tradesman,. lie believed he used the word d- n.t Couhl not swear posilively to what he had said, because he was in liqu6r, but did tot hotlieve o teed the words sworn to. The Ionlateh, in consideration of its being tie fond...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LAY OF THE SEA-SICK. TUNE—"In the Gloaming." [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 April 1887

THE LAY OF THE SEA.SIOK. Tue--" In the Gloaming." OC the ocean, oh, my darling, When the ship rocks to and fro, Don't you think 'twere better, darling, You and I were down below ? When the ship is tossing wildly, Comes a sudden unknown woo, Don't you think 'tworo batter, darling, We should both go down below 1 On the ocean, oh, my darling, Cling not lovingly to mno, For I often, at ahort warning, Rush to view the deep blue sea. Now I fool o'crcomno with something Something struggling to be free; Iasto I 'tworo bost to leave me, darling, Boat for you and boat for me. SAYs " Will Honeycomb" in the Dubbo " )ispatclh :-" At the late elections there wore somve curious experiences in the mat-. tor of informal votes, In one eloctorata' there were two names on the ballot paper, and an elector, who was driven a dozen miles to vote, scratched out the two, and wrote across the paper the quaint legend, 'My Colonial.' ?n another contest four odndidates were up, and a free and indepen dent expres...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR AGRICULTURAL SHOWS—WHAT ARE THEY DOING? [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 April 1887

OUR AGRIOULTURAL SHOWS WHAT ARE THEY DOING? IT is a rather significant fact that after an exporience of more than a decado many per sons who have taken a ken practical into rest in the working of agricultural associa tions throughout the colony are beginning to question the use of tih annual exhibitions of these institutions as ordinarily conducted. Such persons complain that the results are not commensurate with the money, time and labour expenided, end that the educative oflboet does not appnmently nealise the ideal of those who regard practieal usefulness as thel chief recommcndation of such exhi. bitions, and the only valid ground upon which they can lay claim to publie support. The judging at agricultural shows, too, has come in for rather se'ere criticism as not being. conducted in such a way as to pro mote the best interests of the publlio. Agri. cultural associations have boon long enough on their trial to suggest possible improve. monts. If they are not progressive it must ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 April 1887

PANlLIAMENTAIY, In the Assembly a few iights ago the Promior eigniticantly remarked that gambling done in Sydney woroe not uonhned to thu Chinoee, Mt`. O'Sullivan's notion, condoining Sir Henry Parkes for his actioi during the late general eleation, was rejooted in the Aesembly by 50 votes to G. Salomoan received £2134. 7s in 1880 for noat ing as counsel for the Goverlnumnt. And yeto he is not to be asked to resign these princoly eOmolumOents, though he is a mumber of the Cabinet,-Globe. Mr. Camoron recontly raiseod the iro of Musers? Molvillo ard O'Sullivan ii the Assoenmly by reading a stanca front atn unpublishud poem of the late oHleiry Kondall, referring, it was said, to Mr. Molville, Grovillo amid Palmoraton was always aslooep both in the Cabinet and iin the Honso of Com milns, aiid oncealed hila slumbere by wecring his hat over lila cycs. It would be no hirim (romarks the Globe) if an occasional Colonial Cabinet was caught nappiig in liko miannor. They could not do half the m...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 April 1887

A young surgeon thus delivers himself : "If the child does not thrive on fresh milk, boil it." This is rather severe. Why not spank it ? Doctor : "Yes, madam, I think you are overworked."-Patient: "But do look at my tongue, doctor, and tell me why it looks so hadly."-Doctor.: " Oh, that is also the result of overwork." When a man's wife comes in and sees him razor in hand, and with his face all lather, and asks him : "Are you shaving ?" it is a provoking thing for him to answer : " No, I'm blacking the stove," but it is in human nature so to reply. Assistant (to employer): "Please, sir, what shall I mark this lot of new silks at ?" -Employer : "Mark the selling price twelve shillings a yard."-Assistant: " But the cost price is four shillings a yard."-Em. ployer: "I don't care what it cost. We are selling.off regardless of cost," Mistress: "There it goes again. Mary, do you soc that door?" Maid: "Yes'um." " Well, you have left it open. Were you brought up in a saw.mill ?" " Nome : I ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 April 1887

TOPICS OF TH1I DAY. UNinm a somewhat similar heading to the above we have been accustomed for a long time past to present our readers with brief summaries of current local and general events, or as we have hitherto classified them, " Notes of the Day." We observe that our local contemporary, by a praise. worthy endeavour to keep abreast of the times (or the "Reporter,") has quite recently copied us.. Of course we do not claim copy. right in a heading, and though when it made its first appearance in the " Indepen dent " we did feel rather as if our own hunting.ground was being poached upon, we finally made up our mind to say nothing about it, and therefore hasten to carry out our mental resolve. Still welikeaudexpeet to see a little diversity oven in two local prints, just as we should not expect to see a modern young bello dressed up to counterfeit her grandmother. Our contemporary can there. fore placidly proceed with its noteotaking, while we discuss the " topics of the day4' Axn ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KIAMA-JERVIS BAY RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 April 1887

KIAMA-4EVIS DAY RAILWAY. Tue JDrougtlon Greek ]Regiater furnishes thu following roport of the two deputations (from Kiama and Shoalhaven respectively) who waited on the Minister for Works last Friday, to urgo the immediate extension of the lllawarra rail way :-T'he Slsalhaven deputation, consisting of M1essrs. F. T. -hnnlulsery, H. G. Morton, J. Miaclian, and W. Lovegrovo, was introduced by Mr. W. F. Martin, member for Shoalhaven, to ask Goversnnent to table the plans, sections, and books of reference of the Kiama to Jervis Bay railway. Messrs. Morton, Lovegrove, Humlphery, and Machlan addressed tire Minister, showing that the pians, etc., had already been tabled, and that, Slhoilhavren was htrger in area 1 and in popu lation thei either Kiama or Wollongo'g. Mr. Sutherland said fross his knowledgo of the South Coast district, he was quite of the oliihion that the section between Shoalliave and Kinnta would be the best pay'ig section of the ]ilawarra line. He persorally knew both the...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DREADFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 April 1887

EEADFUXL RAILWAY ACCIDENT IN AMERIOA, A TELEORnAO 0from White P[Ver Junction to the "San Francisco Bulletin," dated Feb ruary the 5th, gives the following particulars of the terrible railway catastrophe, briefly cabled to Australia :-The night express which left White River Junction bound for Montreal, filled with passengers from Bos ton and New York for the carnival, was wrecked at the first crossing of the White River. A rail broke, and the engine, one baggago.car, two passenger coaches, and two sleeping cars, phi'hged over the bridge, fal ling 70 feet into the water below, Before the engineer or any one could get to the wreck the cars had caught fire and rapidly burned. The bridge was also burned, and inside of 20 minutes all were destroyed. Twenty.six persons, so far as known, were taken out alive froei the cars. Two of these died soon after, The two passenger coaches were well filled, and every berth in both sleeping-cars was occupied, also 12 in the one from Springfield, makin...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 April 1887

LOCAL AND DISTPVICT NEWB, Tuim?d (y of n ponny a pint on colonial boor coInio ii l 0 poration ( theI'rst o1' May. D. TA'MiAN,' and Mr. D. L. Dymnook gave £10 oeoh to the Bulli Itoliof Fond. Tummii hivo boin 2000 onsoO of typhoid foror in Mulbotriio aiico the lot Jaiunnary laot, a ntumbor of which wore fatal, Thin Orawvoy Foroot 0,,tl Sunday Sohool hold thoir oooond annual pionfo on Eitator Mon d .?lmr- I.S.N. C0oo' otnamor loavoo Kianma for Sydiey at 4 pim, on Eiotor Mondity, no crgo being roioh'vd f tar 19 noon, Tuo ovidoeno adducod at thu Bull inquiry boo rovoalod grono i?roloo1noeo and ii uttor inditloronon to thu prosonoo of flrodainp. r)FNTAh-Mu.I LunIan,\L 0,AnaHl?I? Atrgeoo fonitiot, reproaointiing Mr. (Gnotin GaQabrinl, S;roiti and Me?.hniaon lirntiot of 1315 7ok. :i toot, \Vynynrd ,iqinaro, Eydnmy,.--l',tabnlihiod 1858-ia m.w hit Immimi, nlun may heo noiinmlitoed at himi oivnto roomima, ,iios, Jnoi'a, lonomining. atiot, for in few days,-.v. .21,.87. Toe administration of ti...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 April 1887

MEETIN,' S TO ],E HELD. Protestnmt Allianeo miot ¾April 13, at 7.80, Bo, Io LTO.m,,mo, ?Nto MJ , m s At 7.80 )Jo. 115, LjOb.'l, mceto+ S ayt? 2, iat 7.80. N~o. 7/7, L.O.,, macto (1u'!?{,otT pam. No, 140. LJO,T, moets ApotIP ? t 7,oU p.m. aons of T'iopornooo, No. 27?, omo~t AprillS,

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

Farmers & Garden7ers B 1.7 Y ANDERSON & CO'S SEEDS. FOR ALL CROPS GENUINE & RELIABLE, ASK YOUR STOREKIEPERS FOR THEM, AND SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. ANDERSON & C0., . SIEDSMEN AND PLANT MERCHANTS, 216 & 218 PITT STREET, SYDP lEY. 7-7-86 JOHN RITCHIE, SHIP AND COMMISSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL PRODUCE MEROCHANT, Caledonian Whtirl', Sydney. Strict Attention given to Returns, 7-31-86-y "Diseased Nnlto oftlelitimos breaks forth in strange eorptions.l"-Act iii, Scone 1. TO THE PUBLIC. QOME pnlients ilt'ering from nIervoIIH nffoo Stionrs are afraid from sheer hlinufulllness alld modlsc'y to P'liIsoNAL.IY coneult a medical lnnl--other pntielts have not thle olf'-posH.ssimi and coonless when in tlhe coniiulting roion, to nccorately descrieo thlir symllptomls-thefi hlinits of lil'o, and thll nturo of tho (iisease tlicy suffer from. Lot such persons (ho or plin) sit quietly down il lho privacy ol' tlh'ir own Ipirliments, and with calm milinds doescribe clearly e...

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

P~rvioo~ will h~ ~oiinli:~ti~il in tho J~r~~bytorIan Churchen ~ Sutiday nox~ y 11ev. J. Wilnozi au fulluwn it, 11 1.10. Tamberno, It 2.30 p.m. Kiowa. oh 7mm.

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. EASTER SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 April 1887

RELIGIOUS. CIIUiRCH O ENGLAND. EASTIR SUNDAY. Divine Sreooco will be corcihctsa on Stnday next in the Church of England Churches by lice. J.. I. Price, us follows: Christ Church, Kiamaat 11 a.,n.-Mornlng Prayer.-lloly Comninttnin. Christ Crech.? p.m.--Evening Prayer St. Georges, Gcecrngorng, at 2.30 p.m. Services .wnll e cenlscted in lie, Chureh n Englanr *Tnmuhroo. ijel Shellharbaur, by 11ee, Ii, Crisfori, en Sundlay next, no folluows: ..TJarbcruo, it 11 0~.10 Shcllhiba~rhai at 7.110 pi..

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAIRYING AT KEMBLA PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 6 April 1887

DAIRYING AT KEMBLA PARK. The following is extracted from an article in the Sydney Mail :-Kembla Park, Mr. Lind say's principal farm, is four miles south of Wollongong, near Unanderra. There will soon be a railway half a mile from the Park gate. There are about 1125 acres of freehold, which cost about £25 per acre, and 300 acres are leased. It is excellent grazirng land, standing high, being on the spurs of the coast range. The view from the homestead is delightful, and embraces, among its attractive points, a full view of 30 acres bearing sorghum and maize. The sowing for summer feed is done in Septem ber and in February for winter's requirements. No farm in Illawarra, where stock have to be kept, should have a smaller proportion of cul tivated land. There are kept at Kembla Park about 150 head of cattle. The milking herd ranges from 80 to 110 head. From these the product is about from 3 to 4 cwt, per week of butter. Pigs are kept, and about £20 worth of these reach Sydney each mont...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 April 1887

V, A n I El T I 9S The "Pall Mall Gazette" of February 1 says:-" Mr Milnir Sterphen lectured last night to an audieiico.of 50, and it seeths he is still raking in thle guineas of the credu. lous, whvo believo that his breath can curle the cataract and that lIis' magnetised wator ' call oextral;ct canlcer." A Lo?ndon editor lately ontered a woll knowi cutlcly store in the West Stntand and asked for a pair of scissors, " May I ask you to what use you propose to devote them ?" inquired the .politoe assistant., " What do I wanit the scissors for " r~-: turned the oditor, who is w~ell known for his absent-milldedness, "Whal t do. I want themn for '" Why, for wvriting with," The little county of Radnorshire, with its 23,258 inhabitants, enjoys an unique ropu:: tation fbr Sunday solbrioty. Throughout the year 1886 tho number of arr?ests within its boundaries for Sundaydruinkenness was abso lutely nil, Iin Englid; tihe county which comes nearest in this respect was Rutland, where thie arreo...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARLIAMENTARY CATERING. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 April 1887

PARLIAMBNTARY CATERING. TinI laeent of that gastranonic artist, UBillat Savarin,, that, whilst the English pooplo had soveral tlhousand ireligions, theoy had but one sauce, has recently received new unphlasis at the hanids of members, of Parliamont, To noto the tranquil, slek ap. poamanco of tlose go,tlIucn as they patient ly listen to, M,..OOono! r on.the Divbron Bill, with occasional notes of reference to tlhb *msnnors aniid. oustdmis ofo thi:sancient Romans, onoe would: not +think tliat tlheir placid'oxtoeriors oover outraged and exaspoa ratod stomachs whlichl-to uso Dr. Ross's pe!t pl;ri~obeory, " as it ,woreo," for+ voengeance, "TlIo cow," renmarks darlylo, "is.tho friend of iarn;. Tho French cook i Ihis aienmy." They .havo no Freinh cook at Parliamoent HIouse, but tlhedy have a ooolk who is the greater onomy in thu inverso ratio to his knowledge of Frtnoh or +any other cooking., So grievous have the burdens laid upon Ithe digestions of Ihoin, niembers becomo that a numerously ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 April 1887

Dn. Blura/' (KInNuY ANfl bivisiu) llivurius nroa n1o "lilt 01' I)Ii 8 " cIIIjlO IIIoI l or c oll ivnoIn'8 uidxtuiru. TIhey 11re pIiirrd by a nlutilllo pharmnoul, wih I ful Il kaowllullgu o0 t' jowur anod ririlin u oul hIngrudilnt ii thu uluno ot' ulhiunnun whiul It maro. 1t In puruly vugetablul nul naiiuot hiii tho youtuIgngt uichlil 01' the hout funInloyali.- . h- . TO ADVERTI$ERS. Under the pi esent mnanagement the KIAMek REPORTI'R offers spc ctal advantages to Advertisers of aI1l cltitsqs Empiloyti"u't d those scdk ing employmentl. uyets, and Sellers ill o wellto il t ke theli whnts known throubh out columns, WE SHOULD BLOT OUT DISEASE IN ITS EARLY STAGES. TI liseeoe corsimmneices with 'kli ht (1 regemieiitiof the otomech, bet, if nog locted, it. in lime involve's the whole freme, oen blreciing the kidneys, liver, pencrenas, nd in fect tim enltiro glendelci' syslemi eanu thloe fflicted drieg out a iiimrcierle existence until dthcli cives 'clief froeii suffering. The disoese ii of...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 April 1887

Mn, LYNn, into Minister for Works, has earned the country's gratitude by having in stituted a seorching inquiry into the manage mcnt of the department over which ho pro. sided. That inquiry has boon attended with considerable expense, but it has elicited facts of the greatest importance, and which must bear fruit in future rctrcnohmont. What was previously suspooted, namely, that the Works Department was extrava gantly.mismanagod and overmanned, has boon proved beyond a doubt, and no attempt' on the part of Mnu LYNn's successor to strangle.the inquiry and delay the publian tion of the report of the oommissioners can avail io disguise the disgraceful fact. It would have been more satisfactory to the publio if the commissionors had eoen por mitted to finish their labours unmolested in stead of being stopped in the middle of them, but enough has come to light in the two reports the commissioners have fur nished to indicate the kind of reforms which must be carried out in the Works Depa...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BULLI RELIEF FUND, SHELLHARBOUR. (SUPPLEMENTARY LIST.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 April 1887

BULLI RELIEF FUND, B?ELIhs HARBOUR,. (sUPPLEMENTARY LIST.) I - Amount advertiseod ,..... 27 8 0 COLL5OTD DY M11588,. i,. ORAInOMIR AlDS D, LIND BAY, WlssonCapt........... 1 0 0 M'OCarthy John ...... .. 10 0 Atohieon Samuel......... 0 10 0 KilloaJohna ... ... . .. 0 4 0 Couch Goo. ...,...,... .. 0 10 0 Seymour MrsJohn ,,, 010 0 Martin Irvino .... 1 0 0 Nicholson .... ...,...... 0 10 0 ArnoldOG 0, ......,,,. 0 10 0 Rloarty I. ... ........ ; 0 O 0 Fuller G. L..,. ...,., 5 0 0 M'Nab Jamoes ......... 0 10 0 Stowart Mrs. O ......... 1 0 0 Fitzgorald MlreS. G. ...... 0 2 6 Walah John ..... ... 0 2 6 £12 9 0 COLLEOTDD-BY cit. I, AALrN, Noewton Thos ... .., ... 0 5 0 Ilalstoad John ......... 0 10 0 Faleon F....,.... ,,, ... 1 0 0 FrycrJ. G...... ...... 0 2 6 loddall T. A. ......., 1 0 0 £2 17 6 OLLtOI&E1D TY Nil, . M 'OLNOonuY-2.ND Lars. Haddin Jamoes ......... 0 10 0 Aloorn Thoe.., ..,,..., 0 5 0 Dunstor W. C........... 0 10 0 Donning Joseph ....... 0 2 0 Condon John ......... 0 5 0...

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