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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA REPORTER [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 April 1887

OOBRESPONDENOE. TO TuII IEDITOR OF TIIH KIAMA IerPOn'TE Stt,-Looking over the proceedings of the last meeting of the Oommittee of the Kiania A. & H. Sooiety, I notice that the Secretary was instruoted to issue member's tickots to thoseo who had paid at the gate, handed him the balance, and demanded the right to, vote, I think it- would ho intorostifr 'to know who -those parties were, how m'muofi they paid at theo gate, and hq v,dýloetlte 'o. oioty know the otiial anmouptpaid by thnm, I remtaini Yo"zirs truly, A MEMBER,

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 April 1887

TOPICS Or THE DAY. TIFic debate on the financial statement is to to be resumed in the Assembly to.night, "So far thofiscal policy of the Government has sulfered little at the hands of the Opposi tion. Mi. Dibbs's onslaught, though vigor !ous, displayed evident signs of w'eakness. According to one of his assertions the Go. vernilent has no right to enforce retrench. mont so long as the revenue will bear all the: strains that have been 'put upon it. Mr,' Dibbsargues that in'smubh as the Govern moenianticipate a surplus of £900,000 they have no right to'dlismlisp120 clerks from the Lands Department. go renewed the olk; cryr that 'the difficulties of the Stuart God. .ornment wdre brought about by their deny: ing themselves six' millions of land revenue toconserve the public estate. -He claimed for the late Government the credit for the retrenchmont proposals now brdisght for. ward, and ohitrged thd present Government with betraying their hustings pledges by making the incidence of taxat...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 April 1887

PAfLIAMENTAR'Y. Mr, Varney Parkes has given notice to move in the Assembly that a reward of £5000 be given to the discoverer of a suc cessful scheme for the disposal of refuse and 'sewage. , In connection with the celebration of the centenary of the colony, the Colonial Secre. .tary states that the Government will try to aim at something simple and emphatic. The honoeir:of knighthood has boon con ferred oni'tho', Hon.l9 O M. Darley, Chief Justice of New SoutWlWalas, It is probable Parliament will be asked to vote a sum of money for the erection of a monument to the miners killed by heo late explosion at Bulli, In the Legislative Council the Conditional Purchases and Leases Validation Bill has passed its second reading. The Standing Orders Committee of the Assembly have declined to accede to the petition for opening Parliament with prayer. Mlr. Burns says there is no truth in the statement that the Government intend to abandon some of the proposed duties and bring in a land tax, A nu...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 April 1887

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS, A vurtao mooLing at Biga has protested against the repeal of tho oxlatllg dutiOa on choo?, )o0on, hnts lland buttoer. Tl'v adminhltration of rllof in connlootion with thie Blhll disastor has hoon transforrod froms tho Mines to the Oolonlal Suorotary's Do paurtment. AT the noet mooting of the Patriotic Fund omuniittoo Ia motion will bo submitted,. ti de voto the blu alanc of th fund to tho relief'dof tho ilulli ull'oru r,s Sout of our local dairymtn (wrltus the Bur. rumaorl Herald)aro hnllt upon taking honours for thuir produce abroad, as sovoral of, thorn haro sitpliltad thir itntloutni of. forwainding oxhibits of dlairy prhioduco to the Ade?sido,'Exhibltion, which opens oni the 20th Junl- o:':i": n Fu.z the Shoalhavon l we' learn that I Itoutllng was hohld at, it l???. lio Hall, Nowra, on rl day eovenin, A l'€prl$. for.;hl pur. pose of formingll a branch of ;thlio Prototlan Unfoln of N.S. W: In Sholhavull Mr. T; A. iohards occutillod thu chair, Mr. W. ' Tur...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 April 1887

MEETINGS TO BE HELD. * 'romnant Alliiianieo moota Aplil 13, at 7.80. Nli. 1-', liO.L,, ineot Mfay 3, nit7.,,W No. 115, I..O.., inmcts Mnay 2, tat 7.,». . No. 77, LO.., meetolstay *I, at 7 p.m. No. 140, L.O.b., inee( ity a, at 7,S3l p.m. am at f Tfniicrniice, No.,27, miecta April 29. .,

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

F.armers & Gardener's I,. ANDERSON & CO'S. SEEDS. FOR ALL. ",.OPS., GENUINE & R$ELIABL;E. .ASK YOURII R P FOR 1'11T1M, 1.AVEDIL 4PPilN.'~ IMNT. ANDEI SO '1 & CO., SEEDSMEN AND PLANT MERCHANTS, 216 & 218 PITT STREET, SY "i - E Y. 7.7.80 JOH N R,ITOHIIE, S1IIP AND C 0PM.1ISSI:ON AGENT, . AhND COLONIAL PRODUCIE Mi11011tHANT, S Cnlcidolfiian Whar, Sydnoy. Strict Attention given to Returns, 7-31-80.y "Diseased Natnio ftlentilno Inrenlc forth in shtngo or'upti?os."-Actiii, Scene 1. TO THE PUBLIC. SOME pntientlo udfferiig fromn nervoll affeo tio, n'o afl'i'rid f'ront shoolr hnhfnllnhsi alld nlirlhsty tlil'I iWHO i,l.vY consult a mledical 'llnltl-ctlholpatiOlOl'tsh tl1one not Iho sol f-poeoU'sitn 'lild coitrllll '11I h1 ill ;lothe co llS ltltllg rooIIl, to ncrllanlely descrilo flhir sl'lmpnllie-their habits of lilfe, ilnd tlho llatutr of the disiono itlity suffor froml. Lot isuch porsools (he or sh10) sit quietly down 'in the priv, y of Ili'ir ow. npa...

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

Rfllvt'nR will bn ncmulbrtod in t1we 1ir'ribytorlnn Clhrchca bn Hundny noxt by Rev. J. Wilson as follows Trniwromn, at II 1. n. R1ll5(,111o15)on, at 2.1O p.m. K ians, it 7 p.m.

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. FIRST SUNDAY AFTER EASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 13 April 1887

R REL;I G'I OTJS. OIIUIWIIII OF ENOLANP.h. MST wrH NDAY AFTEI{ EnATERU. Divinine MV1eu will bo aondooted oin uduf noxt. In tho OCh:rchl of 1Pghtntl Clloglan by,,Rev. 1. .11. Price, ns followsr b . . Cbriot CJIurcII, ltlnam,nt II n.m --itwnliIn Prnyor. ClrioL Church 7 p.IO.-EliviOlOIl Prayer. fit. OaL'gozg, (Ortrlrrgong, at 2.lO p.m. Senyrca will io conduneod in thue Corolh of England *Torlheroo. nod Slllhorbour, by lirc. i. Orloford, on Sunday next, na follows: Alollhlurleoeo', nt'lt a.m. Janmboront 7 p.m.- ,;

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

WE SHOULD BLO'(OUT DISEASE IN ITS EAR.LY .BTAGES. T IHE disonen comn1ncoC'ewith a 0light do ranIgemnot pf the atnmnnech, buit;if, nog loctoed it in lito involv the lio wlloe framid, o0?. lracingi the kidneys, liveir,panoroalt, and in fact Ithei entire gliandllur systeoi'; andl tih'nflllicted drl'ag nut a isedrablo existence iunitil odeath givo relitef from lniflOring4The dhiso(ae1 i» often mio talkon for oilither (com1plillnto ; litt if Ithe ruiidar will atk hinlimlf tlhe following qlOitiolplo 1o. will be anble to dloterlino wlliother he hitisBolf i' aino lf the lio nlicled :-Hlavo I distroao, pain, or dif fi(ulity in hreatnllng after eating ? Is tlhoe a <nll, l1av'y feeling, altonleCd by drowilleas ? HIave thle ecn a yellow tingo ?'. Does a thicik, oticky inonlO gatllor albout tlheo gIumI ad teethi in the inmlorllinhg, Itccomipanid'1y a disagreeableo inato ? Is thle tlngue coatled ? Is there paine in thle (lds aneil bhnk ? Is there afullnoss about the right ihlo "1 if Il...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 April 1887

A WOM~AN'S SUFFERINGS AND GRATITUDE. A Voice From Austria. 'N EA the villaige of Zillicgilorf, in Lower Austria, lives Mari Hanss, an intelligent and indoutrious woman, whose story of physical suffering and final relief, as rotelated by erself, is of interest to English women. " I was eln ployed," she says, " in the work of a largo farmhouse. Over work brolunt on sick heand ncho, followed by a deathly fainting and sick noss of the stomach, until I was unable to retain nither food or drink. I was compelled to take to mny bed for several weeks. Getting a little better from rest and quiet, I sought to do nsome work, bhut was soon taken with a pa in my side, which in a little while seemed to spread over tly whole body, anslid throbbed in mly every limb. This was followed by a conghl and short noness of breath, until finally I could not sow, and I took to toy bed tor tbh seconld, andl, as I thought, for the last time. My friends told tIn thait my time hall nearly coelle, anl that I c!nll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 April 1887

Prosecute the Swindlers ll Atut of hP o O tlOe while btdl aONY Dr. ,oolE'e T m il own ho the 1 (Nl.r) t he V indor I h n, outlllt tuyllh ?g biott . Itoeolrn lopo itf itorn t'flol o I t In d I Inti ,hull t Ltveltor Itn y 'Uolig h ld a vI8 i'rt lind If ho Joiu tut h your'uu mtnttt yt fot uanytltn clut el tunt.t i1. for tief foit no d ot o lllu n oi t f lllor l iduun folr tile witnWlo tlld weo ,illan y you liborlEly for thI convictilon 2-1-87.yw wn I.OG. T. A PUBLIC IIAIlMONY MEETING will tobe held in t onLcotion with tIlo Onk Lont Lodge (No, 282) In the Wosloyno Solhooloomt on FRIDAY, 29rtl inet, commntio ng 1 tu8 pm, Admlnenion UFRE 1, S8, COOKS, 4.20.87-1, Soc, to Corn DJopartmultot of Llu?te', yPllno.y, 11th ,u laoh, 1887. Crown Land Sale. T'1r'ENTION in inlliod Io n Snln to bo .. hold.,n t the Lnld OIllion, K(tlnn, ot A!;',III , 1887, poertlon 167, are '.1 twno I roeud. Upset ptlco, 1 5I ptor :,l. , (jonllly Oljllduen, P'urish Wollnyn, slit. It lloll 5 InillH uno(orly (rtum Ilro l...

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Narrow Escape. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 April 1887

Narrow Et4cape. - " " ]tOt?S'Rn, ,no I, 1882, "Tun Year ago I wan ettacked with the aa?t Intenase and deathly paia inu my bhack and --Kfdlneys. "Extendinga t ho thend of my toeu and to my` brain I " Which madeo me bllrious I ' "Fromn agony I I I " It took thrieo ton to hold me on my bed at titns I " " The doctors tried in vain to relieve me, blit to no'purpono. ldrpal?le iad oiliher opi(ate I " Ilnd no otfnct I " After two molnths I was given ti up to dia I 1 , 1 " Wlhe ly wify heaonrd a neighllbor tell what Hojpi Bitters had done for her, she at once got and galvoe m some. The first dlose eased iy brain aind seoolmd to go hntintiig tlirOugh Illy syatist for tim ain., The second done caedncl me so much that I ntepl. two houtlr, iomethlng I lad not ldoell for two monlth. oIeforo I htal u:ed live bottles, I was wrell nd lt worlt as hard an any tain eoultl fur over toehree weelkns; blt I workede lot mIarid fre may streenith, ainie taklihti hurd cold, I wann htiieit with tihe muot inutl...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 April 1887

VARIETIES. Files if placed in a jar containing one quart of water and four ounces of sulphuric acid will after standing eight or ten hours be almost equal to new, the acid having eaten into the grooves and renewed the cutting edge. A healthy pulse is indicated by the num ber of beats to the minute as follows : During 1st year 115 to 130; during 2nd year 105 to 115; during 3rd year 95 to 105; From 4th to 6th year 90 to 100; from 6th to 14th year 80 to 90; from 14th to 21st year 75 to 85; from 21st to 60th year 70 to 75 ; in old ago, 75 to 80. Speaking of the recent difficulty bettyeen China and Japan, the "Japan Weekly Mail ' has the following :-" The ' Tomoshibi Shim. bun,'which has ,front the outset shown dis satisfaction with the manner in which the Nagasaki affair has been settled, appeared on the 13th with blank columns instead of an editorial article, the heading of which was to have been, ' Great is the dilfference between the Sentiments of the Government and those of the peop...

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A HOTBED OF TYPHOID FEVER IN REDFERN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 April 1887

A HiOTtDD OF TYPHOID FEVEBR IN REDFERN. Tap recent floods in the neighbourhood of the Blackfriars Estate and other low-lying places have brought to light several cases of gross neglect, but the one to which we shall more particularly refer must be laid at the door of the Borough Council of ]Redfern. Reference has been made to the rising of the waters bleneath Ohambers' Dog and Bear Hotel, at the corner of Abercrombie and Oloveland-streets, and a visit to the place will disclose a very curious state of affairs at least it would be considered very curious in any other but a Sydney borough. There is an open sower arising in the side of the Newtown ridge, and apparently forming one of the three heads of the notorious Black. wattle Creek, which flows along a natural watercourse through the yard of the hotel, where it disappears beneath the building. This same yard has apparently been con. structed by throwing timbers across the chasm and covering them with earth, and the house, mainly a ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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KIAMA GAS COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 April 1887

KlAMA (?AS COMPANY, Tim half-yearly meeting of the shareholders of the Kiama Gas Company was held in the Coun cil Chamber on Saturday evening last, Mr. H. Whittingham in the chair. The report showed that the business of the past six months had been satisfactory. The company had erected a stoker's cottage at a cost of £120 and let it at a rental suflicient to pay the interest on land and building. A dividend of 5s per share, equivalent to 10 per cent., was declared. The chairman said the business would probably be doubled during next half-year, as several new buildings were near completion ; the lighthouse had been in oporation only three months, and it was proboblo that the harbour entrance light would be lit with gas. The illness of their manager had been a source of anxiety, though the work had been carried on very ?uell by Mr..Collolly, who was a good stoker. Thile company, if remarkable for any thilg, was remarkable, for the quiet expedition with which it tranescted its business...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Tuesday, 12 (noon.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 April 1887

TELEC +APHIC INTELLIG:NI CfE. (FRnoMt oUl OWN CORRSnPlONIiNTr,) SYDNEY, Tuesday, 12 (noon.) A meeting of the creditors of Moessrs. Barker.and Jame, wholesale grocnr,, has taken place. Tho liabilitios are near £21,000. The report of the A, M, P. Society shows that the noaccumulated fund now anmouts to. over six and a half millions, Tho cash' bonus for distribution this y6ar is'£342, 430 The Railway Association propose starting a newspapor in Melbourne on Monday, Mr. AM'owan, deputy Postmastor.Gono ral, is dead. Two non have been convicted of selling tickets for a lottery purporting to aid the .Bulli Rolief Fund, . . Captain Smith, Commissioner of Police, is dead, :ConstableO'Connell was shot dead at Freoomantl by na burglar. Mr. Edwin HIawkins, of Toriboo station, Quoensland, wns,shot dead whilst shalping, A robbery has beeoon offected on- the Free hold Banking Company, 7 p,.m. The Bulli Relief Fund has reached £8,184. ' The tobaooo manufaoturers had another interview with the Coloni...

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KIAMA PETTY SESSIONS. APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 April 1887

Armi, 19. BuFeoaR Mossrs. H. Connoell, P.M., and T. ":Brown, J.P. . , Michael Morrisoy, summoned by . ,atriek Carey for assault, pleaded guily.;,. Com plainant claimed £4. damages. On defend. ant promising a settleomoent the Bench post poned the case for a week. Charles Goddard was charged on the, in. forimation of Senior.sergidant Healey with having on the 8th instant at ]3ombo ill. treated a horse. Dofendant pleaded justification, stating that the horso was'a thorough "jib" and would not work unless beaten, 'He had boon about an hour trying to coax,the horse a mile, and having lost his whip and hIis taom 'por had used a stick. According to a statement mado by the Rev,. G. , Glasson, defendant maltreated the horse with a long olub to such an oxtent that a woman living in a cottage by the roadside sang out to defendant to look out or hoe would kill the horse, when defendant told her to mind her own business, When witness spoke to him ho used bad language. Fined £3 or one month in Wo...

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LIFE SAVING APPARATUS FOR KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 April 1887

LIFE SAVING APPARATUS 01on XIAMA, Trrn member for the district, Angua Cameron, Esq., M.P., hiving forwarded to Mr. JTames SBomorvillo certain correspondenco relating to the above with a request that ho (Mr. S.) would either verbally or through the press, conmmuni cato it to the parties interested. Mr. Somor villo yesterday morning handed the following documents to na for publication : The Treasury, Now South VWales, Sydney, 13th April, 1887. Sir,-Reforring to corrospondence which has taken placo inl reference to the supply of life avring alparatulls for Kilama, I havo the honour, by directlion of the Colonial Treasuror, to en eluse copy of a lotter received by the Colonuiall Soorotary from the Council Olork, Kinnia, and the Marineo Board minute thereon. I have the honour to lie, sir, Your obedient servant, JAMe 'l TOuMsON for US, Angus Cameron, Esq., MI'. Kinama Municipal Council, 2ndl, l'arch, 1887, The honourablo, the Colonial Bocretary, " Sydney. Sir,=With regard to the correspon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 April 1887

* Doarona nra pnlulng more and nrar ilnto n fu hnhl t a r prnail Iii nag prprolnny nlalnedian itt lhiar prnotlon, onapinllly aI'thll niiow aN 1) r e i'H (ridiy anldt 14'nrl) litiitim n',4r (iacrnaeoe of' ie iiiditoyaH, liver and iinladir, Tl'ia' uctniv tlnnit oaparironc fihnl in iI' inioah vnina ill aulln tliun.(ut 11111n'nn. iii a reir ilttuduii y' cItny iii , W1]it --A+iv

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COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 April 1887

South Const and West Camdon Co-opera?tie Company (Limited.) ou'rrmn.-Quality 'lightly improved, Market firmer than laest week, At auction ynsturday, prices very satisfactory for good h?tter. Bacon.-Good quality very scarco. Cheoso,-Markot very full. EgRg.-S-earce Poultry,--Lower. Following aro the qdotations: Inotter, lnt, per lb ................ 0 0 0. to 0 010 etoryditt ............. 0............. 1 BeaconDtp' r lb ........................... 0 0 0 0 81 Che! .. .di tto ................... ........... 0 0 2 ~ ,, Tallow, per ton .....,,........,........ 17 0 0 17 0 0(I Calf Siin, , each .......:.............. 0 0 i , , 0 0 9 efige, ,dien per .............0 8 ,, 0 0 Calvens, eno ............ ... 0 8 0 , 0 1 0 0 l", .....c....................... ..... . 0 80 o , o o a Ialze, per bunhl ........,............ 0 4 a ,, 0 4 4 Ontelln ', per ton ................., 4 0 0 , 0 0 Lucerne lIl', porton .....,,.........., a 0 0 ,, a i I'otlntoes, per ton,,,,...,,..,,,,,,,,,., a 0 4 0 .ro..s, per ...

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