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TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 April 1887

TOPICS OF TH1" DAT. IT is no mrcre soleocism to say that taxation is at all -tinies ,unpopular, There are some fornm of taxation, howovoer, that are more unpopular than others, and one of the most unpopular has always boen that which in. terTorrs with the bibulous tendonoies.of our ago and country. A'tax on beer is as'sur? to raise tlid.ery of "robbinig the poor man" as the mention of an income tax is to sug. gest the inquisitorial nature of the tax aolc lecotor's oflioe, and the insuperable diflfoul ties in the way of making such a tax an equitable one. There seeooms by common consent to exist an inseparable relationship between boor and poverty. Why the man who consumes beer should be thus distin guished from the one who affoots stronger beverages isnot very clear. If the latter class represent the rioh, the poor man may console himself with the knowledge that his rich neighbour is to bo taxed highor than himself in having the price of his "nettobbler " increased in some plaeoos f...

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 — 9 April 1887

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Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 April 1887

LOCAL AND DI8IOT NEWS. TuB £00 handicap will be an attraction at Wollongong on Monday next. AiouT £1400 has already boon collected throughout 'Victoria in aid of the BOill Relief Fund. TuNDEBn will bo received till Thursday next for certain alterations in connection with a poe? tion of the tramway at Pike's cutting, Robust and blooming health in Hop Bitters, (American Co.'s) and no family can' afford to be without them. Read,-Adv. A VALEDIOTORY toa-meeting in connection with the departure of the Rev. Mr. Orton is announced to take place next Tuesday. CLAIMS and objections in connection with the Electoral List should be lodged at the court house by next Thursday. The revision takes place on May 10 IN connection with the Bulli Relief Fund £70 was subscribed at a public meeting at Braidwood. At Shollharbour the subscriptions have roached £46. Kiama will take up the matter on Wednesday next. PROFFasson ARMAND, mnoesmerlst and character delineator, announces his intention of giving a sea...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A NEW ZEALAND BIRD OF PREY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 April 1887

A NEWIZEALAN D BIRD.0O PREY. A cooritnuTon to thle " Burrawaig HIorald" inl th copirso of a descriptive article on New Zealand, remarks:-We have now reached the abode of that squatters' enemy, thile kea. This bird combines the' destructiveness of the dingo with a boldness and determination rarely seen in animals in this part of thi world. I do not know whether they belong more properlyto thile hawk or parrot tribe ; probably tltey aro distint ftrom either. In Bibe' and slhape they ard not; unlike thle larger cockatoo of Austialia, thodfigh with longer andl stouter nieckai aslpall lhead, a daring eye, a?dl a long and hooked beak. In colour they are very dark or dirty green, hIetc no doubt their being'called by sonme tile moun tain parrot. They kill sheep by hundreds, the mudoe of attack being, to alight on the: back of tlh6ir victinm, selecting like tlhe dingo the danintiest and fattest of tIle mob; they then driv;e thleir long beaks into tle anitual's loins and pick out tile kidniey...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 April 1887

,SEMil-ANNUAL SALE. THE attention of Heads of Families and con sumers generally is directed to the follow ing list of reduced prices, the object of which is to clear out the balance of Summer Stock, and a lot of other goods, the stocks of which are too heavy, and must be sold, regardless of profit, to make room for Winter Shipments. DRESS MATERIALS, &c. The stock of PRINTS being unusually heavy, I have determined on reducing it by an all-round reduction of 25 per cent., or a splendid quality at four, pence half-penny per yard, exactly English cost. A similar reduction in all the Dress Department, which contains a stock which, for variety and good value, cannot be found in this district. A stock of Black Cashmeres from s 3d4 per yard. Having gone thoroughly through the stock and thrown out a lot of very useful Remnants in all classes of goods, which will be sold out regular bargains, Ladies will do well to invest in some of these;as I never buy rubbish of any kind, consequent...

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

TO THEE PUBLIC. '00"11, itRilno niil'lting fromi neI'v un nTh'o ?.? tihan Iae' n'fnali frmn sJlheer hnshflulii.InIes Ini IIInIIIolsty 0 I'I ornl.?vY ('(cIiillniit. a Iljeiloull iini--ntlier ni'etint it]vn lii hut t nl t'-pol.s.'nni:ii ll81 (,ooldllrllH whellri ill the(! C(olnsultll I( oollm 1to neciiritely decriibo th' ou yliiinti.l-tlwifri hnlitlS of Iilo, ic i thu iit lllntii of the ti?ionn tlhiy nifor frmn. Let niich perolon (h in or ?lhe) il quie tly dnvll in tho prinsc'y of th,,h own a0 aluuciltul, anul wvithli enlii iinitds dlocrillho olhnly anchlyll iiloii of tllhouir caose, a clnir sttlnleillt tllus wvlillon, nuu laid Imuitoun me, iti fil lintnifratli il N'inVi%'ioi *linoeouti to il hrilollnl o'i lsllluuii ol, cii it. WIher, Ili\o v' or, I I lirciase ini ii o n a I?ililr nlli oxopo - tioii chliriieter, a puiiniuiil onuiultioitun tuay tIaIc(ii'ii IIIi Iu. CR! , r'y ; l , t il Iiy IIi(iuC 'o iIl c(Ii'o u - OInIiiiic(uI. i ho nH0"l t n It ? hu tt" thousaIInoudo uIPoln tloIIlnid...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 April 1887

Farmters & Gardeners ANDE.RSON & CO.'S SEEDS. . .. s .E... '..s? FOR ALL CROPS GENUINE & RELIABLE. ASK YOUR STOREKEEPERS FOR THEM, ANDT SAVE DISAPPOINTMYENT. ANDERSON & CO., SEEDSMEN AND PLANT MERCHANTS, 216 & 218 PITT STREET, 7-7-86 JOHN 1ITCHIE, SHIP AND" COMMISSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL PRODUK MERCIIANT, Cnledonihan Whanr, Sydnoy. Strict Attention given to,Returns. 7-31-81-8.y "Disenaed N intio oftentimenH irenkH forth iln strnge oruptions."-Act iii, Sewin 1. UBidewaktelnrs, Caln:illlet-iuzalcer, K : Ilat cc' A MSe, A.· : Funini uIH unnl tlulld Iii Uty~ purl of lito dis. triut at udtulatu ulunlus.l LE GAL. Mr. THOMAS MARSHALL, ,SOLICITOR & NOTARY., Monoyr for investmenot, in largo or' smnll ctoins, on Mortgago. Apply Manning Strcot, K?inin, or' 1135 Pitt Strect, Sydneoy. . ta L L ,Le~ g'al. : ..... J. M. CURTIS, SOLICITOR, &c., 101 PIIILLIP STRElIT, SYDNEY. Attends Kinma Court if required. 01OR FALE.--A good TIP-DRAY anod Ilia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 April 1887

RELIGIOUS. S CIIUROCIIOF ENOGLAND, I-ASTEIR SUNDAY, ilna Seorvlco 1hi beo.uonilue' d on Suuluy next 4iu thu Church of England Cli'uches by 11ev. J, II. P'rice, as followsl - Christ Ohurch, KLtman, t 11 a.n.-M-Iorning Prar.--Holy Communionl. ;hst rh 7 p.m.--Evenli?Pl'nyer At. George's, Ocrriugtlaue, nIt 2..1O pn.. ChL-s Church, ILRaue, Tuetr y ne< t at 7.10 p.m.-Annual Easter meetling. Services will be uondisucl in the Chumch of England Jim.bero, and 8heUharbuur, by I?y. E. Crlsfordps Sunday next, as follows I Jamberoo, at II a.m. hiollhnarbour, at 7.80 p.rh. PRESBYTERIAN. BerSoo willbe onducted in the Proebytorhan Churchee on Sunday next by Lrev. J. Wilson as follows : l?ama, at it a.m, Jamberpo, at 2.80 p.m, Klama, at I7 p.m, WEBLEYAN. Bervles will be conducted in tho Wesleyan Chureh, on Bunday next, as follows lflam, at 1 am.--love. It. llowrs 11lama, at 7 p.me--Iev. 0. R. fllason Jamberoo. at 11 n.m.--IMr. O. A. Somerrllo. Jnmheroo, at 7 p.m.--lRev. It. I, Dto?es Old P...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 April 1887

*MEETINGS TO BE HELD. Protoant Allantoo moots April 18, at 7.80. No. 12, L.O.L, nmeet Maory ,, ot 7.30 No, 115, L.O.L.,l mooet ly 2, at 7.30. No 77L, OL., moota ay 4, at. 7 p.m. No. 140, L.O.L., tmcol Ma' 5, tt 7.80 p.m. Soes of 'Temperomanco, No. 27, meeta Aptil 20.

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SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 April 1887

SUDDEN DEATH. AN inquest was held by the district Coroner, H. Connell, Esq., P.M., at the Jamberoo Arms Hotel, Jamberoo, on Wedneeday last, touching the death of John Richardson. The following jury was sworn, viz. :— Messrs. H. F. Noble (foreman), James Murphy, David Crammond, junior., Neil McKinnon, Charles   Sweeney, Frederick McMahon, Jas. Chegwyn, C. D. Young, and Edward Smith. The follow- ing evidence was taken :— Matthew Robson Richardson, blacksmith of Jamberoo, deposed that at about 6.30 on Mon- day morning, 4th instant, he was going from his house to his workshop when he saw a man lying face downwards on the grass about 20 yards from the house. On turning the body over he saw it was his father, who was dressed in his usual clothing. The body was quite cold. Did not examine the body, but observed a blue streaky mark on the left part of the forehead. Last saw his father alive at about 9.15 on the previous evening. He was then apparently in good health. On the pre...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KIAMA AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. COMMITTEE MEETING. APRIL 7. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 9 April 1887

KIAMA AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIA- TION, COMMITTEE MEETING. APRIL 7. PRESENT :--Messrs, R. Miller (in the chair), A Curtis, J, Somerville (secretary), H. Freder- icks, J. T. Cole, W. Grey, C. W. Craig, W. James, W. C. Dunster and Jas. Sharp., Corrospondonoo-Froln D. Hyam asking par. tioulars ro palings roequirod for showground to ennblo himn to tLender., From lennao King, ollffrilng to supply Oft sawn palings at 1 parot 100. From thle W\Vido By and Buarott P, & A. Sooloty, Maryborough, Quosenslad, rqueastilng skeotoh of showground and budlings, From J. Carbarry, anooopting monoy (£2 10s) in lion of modal won by him ant last sihow; for bost bloodl maro ; also, neoopting moalioy. aluo of prize won by Ilia daughter, From Fanuk i nCaffroy, inviting tho commit. too's attontion to the subjooat of pig-jnw, iith thlo viow of somo moans boilg adoltod to aid in astamping out a doeformity affoatlg tho mar* kot vnluo and individual utility of stook. The corrospondent draw attontlom to tile fao...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 April 1887

SEMI-IANNUAE STALE. THE attention of Heads of Families and con sumers generally is directed to the follow ing list of reduced prices, the object of which is to clear out the balance of Summer Stock and a lot of other goods, the stocks of which are too heavy, and must be sold, regardless of profit, to make room for Winter Shipments. DRESS MATERIALS, &c. The stock of PEINTS being unusually heavy, I have determined on reducing it by an all-round reduction of 25 per cent., or a splendid quality at four pence half-penny per yard, exactly Englisih cost. A similar reduction in all the Dress Department, which contains a stock which, for variety and good value, cannot be found in this district. A stock of Black Cashmeres from Is 3d per yard. . Havihg 'g he thoroughly through the stock and throvwn outla lotAof very useful Remnants in all classes of goods, which will be sold out regular bargains, Ladies villt dog.well to invest in some of these; as I ,never buy rubbish of any kind, con...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, Saturday, 4.20 p.m. RANDWICK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 April 1887

r TELEGRAPHIC INTELIGCENCE. (FR0.1OUR OWN 0ORRESPONDIENT.) S: SYDNEY, Saturday, 4.20 p.m. * ,RANDmIOCK RACES. Follwing are the results of, th various, events: s.tIRS PRODUOE 'TAKES, A bercorn........................... 1 M oorehouse...... ............... 2 Bowmont .......... :............ Tridont oen n ' v"BT,. LHO5 ,+p ? BlaT rgowrident .. .. ..... ............ cingisb. 1 'r; ... Tamarisk hot.................. 3 DONATER II STAKB.NO Abnrd ... .... ...... ... .... 1 lirgow ie ............... . 2' Straight Shot. .. Aberdoen , 1....".. . ° 1 Bolingbrokeo ....'.....:..: 2 Lady Yattondon .............. 3 Monday, 6,6. p.m. 'Frisco ......................... 1 Kittawa ... . ......;..;.: . ...... 2 Tom Browid:................. 3; Plutarch ............... ' A bner ............................. 2 Faughaballagh.... ....... MAIDEN PLATE. Lava .......................... Bolingbroke ..2.................. Tuscarora ......... ..:. .......; 3.. CUIAM1'AGNH Si(5 Mratadore, ..........1.........: . : 1 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 April 1887

It is said that thu oonviot:iE, B, Holt has lost 4st, in weight since his incarooration, The cost of mnintnnanoo of the proposed floot for Australia is n6d.orstntcd to anmotnt to £153,,000 on a wnar'footig, and the sink ing fund for depreciation ihas likowise boon proportionatoly inoreased.' Early on Sunday morning Constab?p Cook found a man lying outside a Ohlnoso!fantan house,anpparentlyasloeep., Examination at the hospita proveI, however,! tlit he had boon drugged by opliln, h lidi&ng' boon ob. sevoed to ontor tho dun but '?bhort time peoviously' OrilolclloLulnts,-The olle hold by the kid ny s'li one of importanlce 'Tiohy act ss nIturo's sluioo-way to ourry off the extra liquids from; the systnm, and with thoem the mpuriltioe, botil those that are tkonl into, the stomach nnd those that are forniod In tile blood. Anly ologging or inctieon of those organna i theoroeoroe Iportnt. Dr, U1ll's 13ittors nro nature's ofliuloet nslistant in kdeping thle kidnys ln good working orde...

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THE JUBILEE OF THE ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 April 1887

T~APtollowing is from a paper by Mr. Thomas Maoy, retid before the Balloon Society of England:-This is to be a Jubilee Year. We are going to do all s'orts of wonderful things to impart renown to 1887, and our newspapetreditors and othoer will boastfully write about the enormous progress of scicce during the latter half of the present century. =And what is our position 'today, scienti fically and progressively ? We have lelarnt how to utilise a few of the materials around, us. We have learnt to weigh, calculate, and estimate What is likely to happen if we put this and tlhp.ltogether; but as to what the _materials really are wo? are as much in the dark as ever. We give them names, iand then persuade ourselves that we know shat they are. The words written 2,500 years ago are still absolutely true, "That man can not find: out the work that is done under the sun, because, however much a man labour to seek it out, yet shall he not find it ; yea, moreover, though a.wise man think to know i...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 April 1887

WElsLIYAN. ' Serlvcen will ho e?nducted in tho Wecleynn Churcd, o? Sunday next, as follows : 0(itmn, at 11 n.m.-Rev. O. R. OlnRson. JMlamn, tt y pim. JIthberoo, at II Itm.--RO. I1 .. nht ow S JaThoron, tit 7 l.9n.--Tev. II. T. nBowels Ol Planoo e t 2, 0 pm.--R?v. it 11. lowoo. Oerringonoi, aIt 1lm.Ii -Mr. W, Junino. Orrnlrlno l?, ni7 pDm.--Roe. O. It. (RomaI 'n. , ' P 7oxroundi, i II n.m.--r. O. A. ASnmerville HIlulhlrbonlr, nt 11 nj.--htG. T. loilen. [llllnlnomi Iat 7 pn.-Mr.I. W Cornmfll. Borvlne will ho conducted at nMr. Noldo'e, Siddlobanek, SBundiy nenxt it P. I p.mn., by Rlo. O, i. (lihtnolI

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GERRINGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. APRIL 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 April 1887

GMERINGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCOIL, PnasBRT : Aldermen RI. Wilson (wlo in the albsence of the Mayor presided), A. Wilson, J.?Wilson, Noble, and Sharpe. s Alderman R. Wilson presented a petition froii' Oliver Parrish and seven others, ,pray. ing the Council to have the necessaryj ima provements elbeted. on road recently pro claimed by Government, through the proper ties of'Mrs, Parrish, Mrs. Jolhnstoin, Mr. E i Shackle, and others at Foxground.-To be considered at next meeting. The following accounts were ordered to be paid:-P. M'Kinnery, on account gravel. ling on Rose Valley road, £ 5; D. H. Davis, for day work, £7 1s ; J. Black, for repairs to William's road;- 2. Total, £14 14s. Alderman Sharpo brought under notice of the Council the condition of the water. tabld~at Mr. W. Maynes' gate, and was authorised to employ Council's clay labourers to: iiake an outlet for the water.. , ;,Alderman J. Wilson moved, pu~isuant to notice, that tenders be called for metalling 15. chains of Orooked Ri...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 April 1887

CONOI1EOATIONA1, 6IIURCII, oniRvTNOONG. The Rev. 0. Ilolghway conducts servicao cvcr Sunday M followI : Oerronlecg, nt 11 n.m. and 7 p.m. [Tho edltor roelquest tlimt the vmriont lertsym fl n of tile iltriot ?Cfll forenward meatiuncmmleto of services to 1I held fromm time to time in their churcems, whichl notllcos will ill? l eamae bo insertod gratio.1 The Kiama Reporter. -0-% 'UBLISHIED I?VERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY NMORNING. 1!R WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1'87.

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 April 1887

NOTES AND.,NEWS . S I; is oxpoctedtlhiiat the railway, from Ton. terfield ;to the Queensland border will be opened ?,r traffic at the oild of next month, A ltiefdtin! at Cobargo has protested against tha repeal of tho? duties on pacon, cheese, butter and maizoena. It For carting nightsoil ,during .prohibited hours, a man was recently, fined' £5 anid costs at the St. Leonards police court. At Middle Head on Saturday; arrange monts were made for fixing a heliograph to communicate with the camp at National Park. ,The Albury P. and A. Society reports a 'credit balance of nemily £100, despite 'an 'oitlay of £1800 in prizo.money and.. im: provements. The first number of the "Middle,Head Gazette," an amusing camp newspaper, was published at Middle Head encampment on Saturday. Win. Fitzgerald, gunner, of No. 1 battery, is in hospital at Middle Head, having frac tured his left arm by falling over ?atent rope. The boundaries of the camp at Middle Head havebeen defined, and the public will be ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 April 1887

SI HEIINRY PARKms was placed in a hu miliating position in the Assemhly a few nights ago when ho had to acknowledge that he had been gulled into allowing his name to be placed on the directorate of a bogus institution trading on, the public as "The Australian Mutual Prudential and Meodical Assuranco oopioty." The Premier has atoned, as far as words can do so, for what he himself regards as an unfortunate episode of his life, and one which lihe deeply regrets, Hle was assailed, as probably every member o6fti0' Legislative Assembly at some time or btlihr has been, by an unscrlupuloulh aont, and he was induced to lend the influonceoof his name by seeing other names on the pros poetus put before him, without suspecting what was the truth, that those names, or soma of them, weore there without the au. thority of the owners, HI' had received, he says, scores of similar apliicationls mado to him during the last toen or twelve years, and had almost invariably refused them, and lhe admits th...

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