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KIAMA AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 April 1887

KIAMA AGRICOULTURAL ASSOOIA ,TION, As briefly reported in our last issue, the annual general meeting of the Kiama Agri cultural Association was held inl the Coun cil Chamber. on Friday evening last, Mr, D. L. Dymock, president of the association, in the chair, The chairman read the balance. sheet showing that during the past year the society had disbursed £3,000 including the cost of purchasing new showground, erection of pavilion, cattle yards, &c. The debit balance due to the Bank was £566 17s 4d a small suns compared with what had been expended, and as he thought, judiciously exp'nded. It' was believed that a grant would be passed in the supplementary esti mates which would give to each agricultu ral society an amount equal to £1 for every £4 contributed locally, and at that rate their endowment would amount to about £100 or £150. Mr. F. M'Caffrey in moving the adoption of the balance-sheet said lie considered the late committee had discharged their duties very creditably...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA REPORTER [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 April 1887

GJa SPONDENCO. "TO TR EDITOR OF? TII RIAMA UEPORnTE SIn,-AS I notice yonl have lately commented on the sanitnry state of the town of Kiamn, permit me to bring under notice one spot which I think deserves n little attention from the [Municipal Council, namely, the creek near the gnsworcks. This creek, as you are aware, rune past the gasworks, across Shnalhaven-street under a culvert, and through the Chinamion'e garden, Now, the stench at the culvert, ospecinlly in dry weather, is simply abominablo. 1 havw heard people who survive in thn neighbomlood say it was " only the gas," and that the " smell " (they are polite onough sometimes to call it a semill) is wholesome. Other people put all the blame on the Chinamen's garden below this part of tile crook. T'hey are mistaken. I have sniffed all round tile Chinnmen's gardan and I declare it is positively odoriferous com pared with tlhe particular spot I alldoe to. I believe tile true cause will be found in the two stagnant pools of water ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 April 1887

JAMB3 00, (FnItOM A cOOuncatl'ONDNT ,) A ntt, in aid of tho R.O, Ohurch, or School, I nm not eure which, cine oil' on Friday night Inst in the schoolroomn adjacont to the churoh, and although it had boon prstponed from ELntor Monlday night till that dmtoe on account of unfavourtabl weathleor, it was an unqualilied succes, Notwithstanding the fact that the roads woro in an aoxtremly muddy atlto, and that thl night was throatoning and imnything abut pri'itlous, a lnrge Ii numher of young eoople of both sesoa tIi urned out, and by 8 or 0 o'lock theara liltt have boon oloso upon a hundred (em:oaont ; at any rato the building was just oon1. fortlaly fillld, and theoro weor justI onough thoere to onjoy lhomeinlvoes thorouglly and to hoop tiho fill going. At tlhe onncluinnl of It locuting ofihnlllt sort or olthero in lone of the othor locnl ehumclues, a muntihier of young pIupleo adjnuim'red tim blmo rimoie of fotivimy, aonm t lo It n ah"m could not help admiring the feelings of broad Chri...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 April 1887

To persons desirous of settling on the un occupied crown lands of the colony ,very few facilities are offered in the way of infor mation. So long as 'the would-be settler can put his hand in his pocket he may got the information he wants through some agent who, for the usual consideration, will pilot him through the intricacies of the Oir cumlocution Department, While we have been deploring the existence of so many of these middlemen, especially when they hap pened to have a Parliamentary affix to their name, and while we have been lamenting that our metropolis and principal towns are overcrowded with surplus labour which ought to find a profitable outlet by promot ing settlement in the country, nothing has been done to assist in bringing about the desired change by furnishing information as to the means and conditions of settlement on the land. To most people our Orown Lands Act is a dreary blank-the battle ground of litigants-a kind of laywyers' brief, more to be respected than ad...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 April 1887

. acrl',clrs c ( Gardeners ANDERSNI & C 1'S SEEDS. FOR ALL CROPS GENUINE & RELIABLE, ASK YOUR STOREKEEPERS FOR THEM, AND SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. ANDERSON &, CO., SEEDSMEN AND PLANT MERCHANTS, 216 & 218 PITT STREET, 7-7-8G Jo N RIT*CHIE, SHIP AND COMMISSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL PRODUCE Ii ERCIIANT, Cnlcdonian Wharlf, Sydney. strict Attention given to Returns, 7-31-86-y "Diseased Nnatre oftentimes breaknl forth in strango ornptions,"-Act iii, Seone 1. TO :THE PUBLIC. 1 11 patieinlts suffering from lervous alleo Slionc lio nrnMii t'romn ale bshf ullnesn and nmodisty to 'lilisONALY coinsult a medical unln--olther patienta have not the eelf-lpossessionl and coolneSS when ill the coellllltig ro1am, to nccrately descrihb their sy'miptomic-lthel r habits of life, and the nature of the disease thlEysuffor froml, Lot such persons (ho or she) sit quielly do\wn in the privacy oil th'Iir own npnarlmntsll , and with cclmhi nlinltls descrihe clearly on]ch syumptom of th...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 April 1887

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. A .miers at the Bulli inquest said that oc casionally they struck blowers of gas which could be heard 40yds. away. DENTAL NoTICE.-?Mr. Leonard Gabriol will rpturn ire a few days. Consultation rooms Manening-street. 4-10.87 A LAND sale at the Kiama Courthouse is ad vertised for Wednesday, 27th instant. The only land advertised is 27} acres situated near Robeirtson. I? was too bad that the Bulli inquiry had to be postponed for two days to allow one jury manll to play soldiers at the Easter eoncampment. Think of the ofllicial salaries running on in the meantimo. Reodtape economy with "a ven geance. A saw opinion as to the Bulli disaster has been given by Mr. Mackelnzie, Examiner of Colltields, who thinks there wore two explo sions, because large quantities of wreckage wore found in two opposite directions. In con sequenco of this the mine was again inspected by the jury on Friday. AT Manrrickvills, on 23rd February, Mr. Harold Manning, son of Mr. Henry Manning,...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 20 April 1887

TOPIOS OF THE DAY. Tun flying visit recently paid by the Gov ernment Veterinarian to Mr. Barnes' herd at Jamberoo for the purpose of investigat-a ing the outbreak of cattle disease is in seve ral respects unsatisfactory, and does not seem at all likely to prove conclusive. At the time of Mr. Stanley's visit, we under stand, though two cows had previously died there were only two cases of sickness-a cow and a bullock-tlhe cow apparently be ing affected similarly to those which had died. From an external examination of the cow Mr. Stanley, we are informed, expressed the opinion that she was recovering from whatever ailment she might have liad. Next morning she was dead, and it is a pity Mr. Stanley could not have prolonged his stay beyond a few minutes so as to have watched the development of the disease and held a POST MOIIRTIM. t * * IT was provoking, of course, for the cow to choose Good Friday and a public lhpliday to be sick on, though the circumstances of the case would seem to ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 April 1887

Kiama Rifle Association. M ONTHIILY compeltition of tie abovo on WEDNIESDAY, April 271h, nt ono o'clock, II. 11. HONEY, 4-23.87-1. J0io. Soc. St. Paul's Church, Shollharbour. 1IIE ANNIVERSARY of tho opening of tho 1 ab ovo Church will ho celobrated by a PUlLIAC PICNIC and CONCERT on WED. NESDAY, May 4th, 1887. Full particulars nlater. 4 23.87. E. ALLEN. KIERAN RYAN, Solicitor, etc. OFFICES: Terralong Street, Kiama. 3.23.87.#. STRAYIID, from Kiama, a GREY MARE, branded on near soluldor, Inst seen going in the direction of bhollharhour. A roward will be given on delivery of the anmne to IB. LANE, 4-6-87, Baker, Kiama. Departelent of Lands, Sydney, 1lth March, 1887. Crown Land Sale. A TTINTION is invited to a Salo to ho - held at the Land Ofllcc, Kiatmn, on 27rlt APRIb,, 1887, portion 1117, aroea 27 acres I rood. Upset price, £1 5h per c ro, County Camden, Parish Wallaya, situ. ated abloul 5 miles eonsterly fromn Itobertson and 20 miles westerly from Kiatna. For further particulars se ...

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COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 April 1887

COMMERCIAL. South Conat and Wcst Camdon Co-operaotivo Company (Limited,) Following me tlhe quotations : utter, lt, perlb ...................... 0 0 9n to 0 1 0 Fctory ditto ............................. 0 0 10 ,, 0 1 hlron, per lb............................. 0 0 '7 , 0 0 81 Clheee di(to .............................. 0 0 2 ,, 0 0 5 T' llnow, per ton ........................... 17 0 0 , 18 0 0 Colt ?];o ?, eal lh ....................... 0 (0 I ,, 0 0 0 T'ihe, olive, Il lb ..................... 0 n ,, 0 0 8 CWr , c ............................ 0 10 0 ,, 110 0 lildes ...................................... 0 0 , 0 0 3 Mnotze, per b or d ........................ 0 4 3 , 0 4 4 Oacen lia, per ton ..................... 4 0 0 , 0 0 Lucerne lto)y, per to .................. 3 0 0 ,, 8 10 0 rotholoe, per tol ........................ 0 0 , 4 0 0 Fowlsl Ior pair ..r.......... . ... t 3 0 0 3 , ?uebo, perplll ........................... 0 3 0 0 4 o crepoy, lor lh....................... 0 . 0 , 0 ...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Friday, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 April 1887

TELEGRAPHI-O INTELLIGENOE, (FROoM OUR OWN COIIIIErIONDINT.) SYDNEY, Friday, 1 p.m. In the Legislative Assembly after the transaction of formal business the Speaker announced the resignation of MIr. A. 0, Taylor, member for Mudgee. The Temporary Supply Bill was read the first time. The bill for the appointment of a fourth judge was withdrawn. The debate on Mr. Copeland's vote of censure was resumed by Mr. Abbott, who spoke at some length against the Govern ment proposals. Heo condemned the Govern. meot for not taxing property and luxuries used by the wealthy class. Mr. Garrett followed and answered Mr. Abbott's argu. monts. Ile diffbred from the remarks made by the Colonial Treasurer to the elfect that the prospect of a Property Tax was vanish= ing, and said the present intention of the Governmsent was simply to clear the way for a property tax. Messrs. Chanter, O'Sulli. van, Melville, l-assal, and Ellis, spoke in favour of Mr. Copeland's motion, and Messrs. M'Elhone, Dr. Wilkinson, ...

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OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 April 1887

OFFIIXAL 00O1ESPONDENCE. Tna following official correspodence beotween the Governmnnt and Mr'. Ange COameron, M.P. for Kinma, is published for general informa lion : Doepartlment of Publioc Works, Office of Commissioner and Engineer for Roads, Sydney, 4th April, 1887. Sir,-Withll reference to your inteorview witl me, accompanied by the Mayor of Kinma, I havo to call your attention to the Under-Secro tary's letter of the 25th ultimn, and at saome time to enclose copy of extract from the As sistant Engineer's report on deviation an main Soutli Coast roand btween Kianna and Jatnboroo. I hlave the honour to bo, Sir, Your obedient servant, 1B. FLYNN, For Commissioner and Engineer for Roads. ANous CAtmEnox, ESo., Mll, Ex'rnAr fro?m Colonel Wells' report'on deviation on ltmain South Coast road betweon Rialma and Janlmberoo,. A A devintion a little went of Sprimng (Hill is anked for to straigltoln tihe road ad sHd horten it (by a tqutarlhr of a inilo,. Mr. RIOabach has miaide i sectioin, an...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 April 1887

PA1RLIA, M NTM,'~ In theo Assumbly on Wodnenday, Mr. Mol. villo, who moved tho adjoutrnment, of theo Ilouso, hoaped n deal of abusue pon Mr. M?'Koonio, the Examxuliner of Coalllolds, in reforoeno to the oxpluelon at the IhBull mino, and a pon the (la. vurmnont for allowing that geintlim?tn to bu oonuooted witlh I.th public earvice. A nocond dputhation whited on the Tronatwor rospeotig theo IcreaOud tobacco uxcino iluty, The Tiroannror said the revonue wts deooreaing fl'rm imported loaf, showing that mnpufeatururs wore coular luantly working upl coleoinil leaf, and yet charging the eauno lpicu a for imlnported loaf, and tho great dilrornuua wont into the pocokut of the maluf~cot.iurr,. Tho dut.y was imnpoeud for rovonOle p'urposeO, nlld cUl was clulioIdent thereo waes not the gloomy outlook i ollco.lln qunle, t Ilhet tlnein I oll, iu k ell n uunuifacture'a wuuld hitvu the public belirevo,

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA REPORTER [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 April 1887

OI1 BPOTD ?Oa, 'TO 'InE iI'I'OR OF 'TRE IlAMA En'OIRTrll Sra,-Your correspondent " Ratepayer" in your last issue has excited ily scribbling proponsity (1 beg pardon, oAoorni.s so01. UnmisI), Having frequently ridden past the odoriferous (?) spot he alludes to I am pro. pared to endorse much of hli complaint, and to approve of the remendy ho suggests, namely, the partial filling up with stones of the bog hole at the culvert near the gas works, but I. think your correspondent and the Municipal Oouncil have overlooked the fact that those celestial gardeners are still damming the creek and causing the stagna. tion complained of, The filling up, how. over, would cnThotually remove their weir, or at any rate get rid of the stagnant water. I was surprised to notice one clay during the recen heavy rain, that the bottom of that hog hole was nearly ;revealed through the Oiunamnen temporarily removing their "sticks " (if I remuomber rightly this is what the OounoilOlork called them.) Then thie...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 April 1887

WESL YAN. Bervioces win to coiirluited In tho .Woeleyn Olulrchl, on 8onday next, na follooo Iinton, at 11 n.m.-Mr. Jamcm Omnhnm. Mlnfnn, at 7 TP.n1--lta.Ii. It. 1lowem Jambtoreo, at II o.m.--Mr. W. Coroford. Janmboree, st 7 pan.-Mr. W. Cocko Old l'lno na 2.00 p.om.-Mr. W, Cortford OommIogommg, nO II n.mn.-Itov. 1t. f. Ilowoc. Oarringo~g, at 7 p~m.-llov. 0. It. (Masso Textrurl, t .8 pan,- I luv. R. . Bowen Hlhollhnrbmrr, at 11 aam.--tav,0. II. Olmoim 8lmolllunrbouor ot,7p.mo

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PUBLIC MEETING—BULLI RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 April 1887

PUBLIC MEtTIHN-BULLI 1ELIBP UND., A rumno meeting was hold in the Temperance Hall, Kiama, on Tuesday last, to innugurato a public and practical expression of sympathy with the bereaved sufferers by the Bulli colliery catastropho. His Worship the Mayor of Kiama (H. F. Noble, Esq.) took tho chair. Ho explained that various untoward circumstances liad pro vented a public meeting being called sooner. This was much to be regretted, but "bettor lato than never." teferring to the causes of the terrible calamity lie said lihe thought there was a general feeling that there should be a stricter examnination of coal mines in future, and a different system of lighting thoem ; also that miners should be compelled to off'ct insur ances on their lives. The miner's occupation was a very lucrative one when meo were in full workc, and of course it was a very dangerous one. Olo penny in the £ on the earnings of miners would create a fund sufllcient to prevent tli possibility of survivors experiencing ...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 April 1887

CONGREOGATIONAL CIIUCIt, G1WIIIRTNOONQ. Thu mRovy; 0, llighway' oolduotki fiurvioeu ovur' HuUnfuy so follows.- - Oorronlllongl, tit 1 n.m. anld 7 p.m.~ ['1' of itor rnrqmuota tIhat tho various elorgymon of the dintrietw ill forward oui uilicrownio of worrirr to heo hdd from than to thno in thoir churhcho, which notice will in ill 000so0 10 i70urtcd VlgrtiosL

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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 April 1887

LOCAL AND DISTIOCT NEWS. STers are being taken to establish a milk company at Berrollan. SOICEDULE FILED.-Etfonno do Mestro, of Terrara, gentleman. Liabilities, £1357 10s 4d; Assets, £48,505. Tie anniversary in connection with St. Paul's Church, Shellharbour, is to be celebrated by a picnic and concert on Wednesday, 4th May. T'liE intended mouting of the committeo of the IKiama Agricultural Association last night was prevented by the rain. DURING the month of March, the cream separators in the Albion Park Dairy Factory ran 165 hours, manipulating 44,171 gallons of milk, which produced 17,760 Ibs;, or nearly 8 tons of tirst class buttor.--lllawarra Mercury. We would remind all interested in the Kiama Mutual Improvement Society that their attendance at next Tuesday's meeting may do much to ensure the success of the undertaking, which we hope will receive the most generous support, moral and otherwise. Pioet Illowarrac Mericury says the Examiner of Coallields and the Colliery Inspector...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 April 1887

ur~Uai ano galloing mmori cild morn intro Iliu iciuii t oh jprn:ouritIJng 'hl.lhIhultI. nllelgnon iii Iheuir IpnvLiun, o puonllhy Ian t Iiiukahu no INir Vtl'H 'o ¶ InI fy n11aa Livi i) lIlt trH Ionr ulloCIIHHH ut' Inli lloyaI vialr aiii bhnllullr, al'liuy laanv flolua oxoln r uiacu IIiI I/H of t Ic n a ll n aa il dl1I aaaon tlinui fiay pi'iourlatliii 11ucy claaa lvi Io. --Aily, WE SHOULD BLOT OUT DISEASE IN ITS EARLY STAGES. T IE disease commences with a slight tde ranrgemoet of the stomach, hat, if neg leeted, it in time involves the whole frameno, em bracing the kidneys, liver, pancreas, and in fact the entire glandular system ; and the afflicted drags out a miserabloe exieteunc until death gives relief from suffering. The disease is often mis taken for other complaints; but if the reader will ask himself the following onesations he will he able to determine whether he himself is one of the afllicted :-H-ave I distress, pain, or dit ficulty in breathing after eating ? Is there a d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 April 1887

The Kiama Reporter. -o PUILIbIIHED EVERY WIEDNESDAY AND SATUIDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1887. Tihle uin of £1000 hao boon plnood ol tho Estimatoo for 1867 for the orootion of it now bridno over the Minomuurra rivor, AN inouranco oompany in Sydney hoa offered to contributo £10 towards the oetablishmint of a fro brigado in Kiama. Weo hould liko to soo theo ofor taken up. Don'rirla,--Mr, Leonard Onbriol, dontlist 1s nlow in Kinmno nnd inmy bo colnsultod at roolne, Mlnlooing-stroot, until Friday noxt, 2?th Inatn;t, oil which idnto ho will leonv for Shoal hrvon, Will vialt; Knulonroo Valloy Thmrmdny, 12th, anld 'rilnay, 18th 1 ny., Coollnslthig rinm with D)r. Lowor.o 4 28 87.2 hot tr'ItI 13Boon IB 'rtPI Lilrl"-Ulnrkl'so World-flmood lluodl lixtrolll is warr',lla d to olonlaeo Ib' thblaoo from ioil inplpmritio froumt whintovor counuo arising. For Sorofuln, tounrvy, Skill n ald IBlood lDionsoo, anld Sores of ll kindl, lIt ofoouto nro maIrvellon, Thl'munntad of To1thimmntinlo, Sold in...

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SHELLHARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 April 1887

SHELIARBOUR. (FROM OUR CORI0iriPONDI) NT) Tne public ball which was postponed on account of th wonather toklc place on ?Monday oveniug last in the Temperance ITall. As the proceeds woero to be devoted to assist in paying off a debt incurred through improving the I. C. Church, a good gathering was the result although the weather was unfavourable. The hall was tasto fully decorated with Ilowers and flags kindly lent for the occasion by our asteeincd captain of the Potorborough, Mr. W. Wilson. Dancing was commencea d at about 8 p.2m2., and after seine hours passed a bountiful refreshment was served out, which was heartily enjoyed. Mr. (ale, baker, Albion Park, catered fur the occasion, and has made himself famous for the variety and quality of the viands. It was quite a re presentative meeting of families in and around the place, and the graceful address and ability displayed by the young people in going through the evolutions of the mazy datlce afforded real enljoymlelnt to the onlook...

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