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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 August 1886

LOCAL ANID SNERAL NIWS. Tue IKianm Philharmolnic Soioty art making proparations for anothellor oltortainiment, which is announood in to-day's iAssuo to tako plaoe on Tuostday, Soptomber 14. The aouiety will bo aasistod this timo by the Jamboroo Dratuatic Olubl, andfrom what we have boun given to undoratand the outortainment will surpase thoer firat appearmance altogather. Ttlc FAUSV FMuILY arU.advertlaed in to.day's iasut to perform at Shelhlarbour to-morrow a(Thursd , and at Kiamna in the Tomporance Htll o riday, Saturday and Monday night; also Saturday afturndon. From 'glanoing over tho roports of thu presas of the various lolalitiea which this company ha visited, we are of opinion that It is one of tilhe beoat companion travulliag, and wo have no doubt that tlhra is a troeat in atoro for all olasses of thu Kimna distrlet. Tu, Kiamna Brass Band mrado Its nppoaranco in the Marlot lteaorve on Saturdmy afternoon last, and diseomurasd swaot muaio for about two hours. We cannot butomig...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 August 1886

INTERCOLONIAL NOTES. The Chief Se'raulary, Victoria, inas written to Sir- Grinliuin l erry iln llil'urionco to the uneati.o fAntory ti'CriiiiIiiIt of colonial wines at the CoiloninIal arI ililn Kxiiithiion, aind rquoestiting hlin to un4 iOivrIy uiminus ill hli power lo obltain hllo strict I' llhnllnt of thiI promisie irade by tho British Couiiisiioii, that exhibitors would be allowed to blring thiur' prodinte bhulefor the pub lic without tilh intervan lioln iif a?,irls. In the casoof Caulfield Barton, late tollerof the Cominucroial Batnk of Siuth Australia, who wais lchtrgud with oliboeizing Zi1000 bolonging to the bank, Judge Buuidoy on Friday, aftor it long argument by counsel, decided that there wilt no case to go toe jury, The prisoner was dischargod. ('lu I lllaret co!irestipondloent of the Melbourne Age rop ots lthui lit BIll r at magistratos on Thrlltl'iy, for ilw flirast timn, ,rrloroei a fl g ing in a case brouight bil'rn ilohen for aljnitli, a ion. 'he priMioni.i', A lexir...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KIAMA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 24. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 August 1886

KIAMA POLICE COUR~, TUESDAY, AUGUST 24. BaFonse l. Connell, Esq., P.Mf., and John Conway and James Colley, Esqas,, J'.P. Jacob Leslight, Benjaminl Alloen, and John stone horrow, charged with being drunk and disorderly at Gorringong, were each lined 20s; in default, 24 ihours in lKiana lock-up. Fines paid. Francis Connors and John Nickols, charged with being drunk and disorderly at Jaslbaroo, were each fined- 20s; in default, 24 hours in Kiamna l16ck-up. Fines paid. James Kanoe pleaded guilty to bhing drunk on Sunday, 22nld August, aut Jnamboroo, and was fined 20s; it default, 24 hours in Kinuam look-up. James elected to " take it out." The license of the Royal Hotel was trans ferred from sMr. H. IRussell to Mr. G, Ruesell, son of the late proprietor.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 August 1886

JOTTINGS. [nY PramOATETIo.] TBle anlliject Iof now to celohrne the coentenary of the coloiy is at preeLnt ungrossiig a coln eidrable shareiii o'f atlelntioln, aiid (1h0 elope the GoVei'rlriment itiieid to take i the IImattelr will lie an.xiosly awiitedii i. Ill ltnwur to a dput .n Line wiloo oljeict lnas to Irnlr-t anailnst (ho 'riction of a Celltielnary Ixhihilifih, Sir PaI'triok Jeoniigi proiiised ai liflici' statumellnt in thel HIuoII wihihi a few days, whlei a dlelinito aniiuio ucnet of'the intentione of the Goveii. Illellt witll reslect to thle llanltlter would be made. The qultuslio i must iindeeld iua source of grave anxiety to tile Prcuilir and hie colleagtue, for thleru is ecvidently a iwide livergenico in Ipulio opilitn, not oily as to.the formn tlhe elebration shlloid take, iut ac toiwlittier it thouhtl (akle place at all, ?o far as tl(o exoinilituru of a hi'reo unm ofl' pulli: moley i conlcerel;tl, T'lie Sytl lie)' prUe. toealb with ltters't COllntaining all nut orf Hugg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 August 1886

IV I|? 'l hoiif Hln'tllntig h ul kopiC i c OIIHoIIut plhuto Cu Cot supH il9, I1 hi i 'Slnn', Iiii {{oTneI{II' (ChhlP. Isto Ghlen ?bops ,t0-'I, UI'I(I'IICI.- II'O IIICIII IC ll I',lK H i , I hlCl) *O -i 4 (UIlIuI.. truoul, norr iC, IdCl..H II wIIICC I'IIIH poop)l g, [, ih tIheri yilo will dlwas |hid al iIIi!i, niul ti I ,I)IeHI lur C n fhi ll llnsu 'ir'u 0cul C~lin; 1they ruHpIlucl 'ully ilv illjlllllll C hs o villto wh'ehrl,' , l o'* u ih l l lu lltlllhl IInI p llrch'ill I I C iL,, -lidv, 7.C8.8H(I.-y, r.L wt)W dl,' 'Pen yoII)??yal a d sli!?l pills fior f't., allu nllHIH el~hkly' cannll nI~o l I11 [l'rounil ll'lt Il lld with thel n. L?. x, 1i, . 1, I ,I, n l s. Iro ., o f IIl CLhemit; and P-t?,nt ,hldvlin Volators,, Pro. paled onl byh 'l'h,? Mah,,,h? and Midland Unu.1. ti~us , -3eCo, lidr, h bvt hluas all bo \hahmle Hnou.. Hwatuof iil$ NOTE THIS TI-E Winter Season is Snow ove,,, and having an unusual number of RE~INANTS on hand, they will be sold at prices whi:-h will enable Purchas...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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SHELLHARBOUR POLICE COURT. AUGUST 20, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 August 1886

S?ELLHARBOUR POLICE COURT., AvousT 20, 1880. BaroniK. I-I.oCnnell, Esq., P.M., and Thomas Fenwick, Esq,., J.P. James HIickey v. Bartholomew Malone, for alleged detenltion of a hat, value 10s. Case dismissed.

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Tuesday, 12 noon. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 August 1886

SfIEGRAPHIII INTELLICZNCB . (FROs OUR OWN COIIIIESPONDIENT.) SYDNEY, Tuetpday, 12 noon. Comnrmercial.-Bultter first, 2s; factory, 2i 4d. Tile d1;sputo in the Mulbornue iron trado is not yet settled. Several of the masters rafaso to take on the men tllie' disminsod. The SReansOn's Union hanve decideld ,to accept the offer of the Seloaiship Owners' Association to hold a confereneo. T'e Marion Bn'oard, yesterday, found the macter of thle Royal Edward quite justified in ahanld:olng Iho vossal at sea, anu recolllenlldedt the services of tihe master nul crew of thu Bollona to thle Governtmont for reward for res cuing the wrecked crow. An engineer named Fr'ank Odond is to appear and slhow cause why his certifitate shouldl not be cancelled for allowing tile boiler of tlhe steamer City of Melbourne to become injured. Forty horses remain for tile Melbonrnoe Cp ; ndl fifty-four for the llnwkesbury HInndigap. Mr. lamnilton Osborne's staud is for sailo, as he is retiring from the turf. The weath...

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THE INDIAN MATCHMAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 August 1886

TIE INDIAN MATOEHMAIXR , (IU a Iinidoo," in St. James' GazettO, Juneo 1.) IT is well known 'thal t amongst; the Hini doos thO fallingsi of thu young man or the yovud girl are seldom consulted in uantri: mnonial matters, The usual course is for the parents, when they judge that thero son or daughter has irrived at a nmarriageablo ago, to engage tlhe sorviues of a profussional matcohmaker. The Ghatuck, or matchmakor, is gnuoral. ly a B3ralhmin of high order--a nmn of ap. pmren t learning, oompliant mannors, and uinvariably of great persu sivw powers. His disposition i s as aniablo as his occupation is pleasant. His strength lios in tlhe use of the particular kind of tact and skill ueceass. ary for all intui, odiaries; and hl is not much aleboted by soauplcs of consoience, Glenealogy and pedigreu are his speciality, 10 can repeat er?i'ybody's fathor's, grand fatheor's, great.grandfatLher's nImies, and so on to theI 13th gonorntion ; and he has at his finger's cnds all about their caste...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 August 1886

SMALL DEBTS COURT. James Hickey v. Bartholomew Malone, for oneo pound allogod to be lent by plailntiff to do fondant. Case non-suited. Hicks Bros v. Willian Taylor-Goods sold delivorod, Yordict for plaintiff.

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 August 1886

SYDNITY NEWS. The Gibo ack, " What possible reason can theoro bo for altering the portrritof hoer Mjeosty upon our moy mo 1" The probableo ronasoisi that it is an establilshod custonmary olugo in tihe British cohlngo, if a mionarch sits long enough on the thronel. No butter timo could bo chosen than the prousont yoear of tho Quooti's longthon ing roign to bring bofore all heor suboots an nccurato idoea of teiohr Sovoreign as sho is; a ni it is to be hopod that all of tiholni by the the the reault of "Mr Boohmi's akill" shall .bo issuend from the Mint, will havo at least one copy in tlhoir pookets for refeoronce, aind plenty of iinpreCssions for barter,-E/ho, ' Thie following inossago has boon sent to us (coho) by our London corroespondolt as a cor roution of one sent the othoer day, in whlih it wae stated that " the White Star Onmpany had offorod a stoeam servioo betwooen Iondon and Adolaide in 26 days." It is now stated that " the Whito Star Line have offorod the Ad. Inrality to la...

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A VERY AWKWARD MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 August 1886

A VERY AWXWARD MAN. IUnormo'r, HOInrInov was anl extrounily Iurvous guntlonan of abouLt thlit'y-flio yaurs of ago. Ho was "tail anld thin, partiully I)1lotn th] u topl of his o'aniuIt anl htadl a slight hesitation in his spuouhb. el wasd?do gorn in onu log, I-[o. soldom mlixod in ttooiuty, as Ilu was qu[ito tnsibllo of his plintl fully norvous tmannlov, whiolh seotoed to por vad1o th !atmotsphotrvo whlover ho appeatnrld. hllt onu'o ly, beinulg qulto tilt'lotlto lty tho nmtbtr of ropuatod invitations of tho Misses FItlattnry to a dhlitnr-pa'ty, ho dutuominu d to ftou thtt ordttl nid toquioooed, Thu Missts Flattltry wVtro two maidtn Itdis? of gr'at worth, anrd wttro partlio?la?t'ly p'rtlal to that asot of tilo oomluninity kuown as lto " gootldy.goody" young mano, F]or thlu' they kept an opon houser, but ooussiotl. Ially tltt visitors wol'o Initle, and alt ( omnlanl tall thtlrl'ul ltook illate, Oa lm ttptoitted vning Laauncotlot It. apptar'ed at tlt htourso of ihtvltthion, tmtl wts tdu...

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JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 August 1886

3AMBER10. (FROM A CORIESPONDENT.) Tin weather has beau rather unsettled here of late. GUentle andsoasouable sholwers have boon followed withl clock-like regularity by any thing but gentle, althoughl perimps seasoLnable, wtestorly winds, which have proved very severo on the cattle and injurious to the young pasture; still, on the whole we have very little cause to complain. The winter taken right through has been wonderfully mild; but ter hans boeen a good price, and although the grass was short owing to the bhd autumn, the groeenstUlf crops were good, and consequently the cattle hlave kept in fair condlition, ond the dairymen have done remarkably well. In fact the district appears to be tlourishiilg, and on all eides there are evidenloos of progress and pros pority. Our young mon auld imanidenlls nro nlmarrying and being given in marriage, andll many of the old ones are minakig gigantio olfforts to attain the same folicitous conldition withll varying sue. cess, but withll an hueroli...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 August 1886

CE. )ALf has hoon aulhorisrd Accnnia in connection willi POR'TEI?, and his receipt will S taranto . S. MC1JOR, e Kiama Reporter. -o-- PUBLISBIIED EVERIY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MOINING, WEDNIESDAY, AUGUST 2t5. Snot, S''trnour ANZ) ou, lu Inlii/rrI cnn bo qullolkly roulihlntodl by' Dr, Bull' I1L(ort, nand you will I aoLt orllliro Inlme' than ole bolttlo to provo lthli bltlolna ltm , T'ry It nd boconvlnloud.,-Adv,. a0uitca Svtur.-No llother :nodlolno in the world waa aovr givoon euch n (08t of itourution qua?litioe as Iuoeloubuls'lu (Urtui Syrup. tI thr o yeare two millton four huldred tloueandl Hmll hm(ate of thI(U ouidlenl were dItributedfreO of courllg iy tlhe DIr Iy i il thello tle Uliteod tutens of Am erica o othee allletoel with Ooneumnption, Acthan,; ropa, euvero Cooghc, Pnotmronlia nndl nil o~ther dilseaoO of th thrntnl Id linge, glvinr ?h ?liflllted imllonllhle pridf that Gora n oylmp will ouro tlhem, l'he ruclIt has boon thtn Drugglset In ovory town ?ld vlllngo in olvllieod o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 August 1886

HERSOb1 & CO.'S SEEDS. FOR ALL CHOPS GENUINE & RELIABLE. ASK YOUR STOBREKEEPERS FOR THlEM, AND SAVE DISAPPOINTMIENT. ANDERSON & C00., SEEDSMEN AND PLANT MERCHANTS, 218 & 918 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. 7-7-88 Dr. JOHN S. WILasoN, (Lato of Collins Strce· EaHt, tLMelbourne, and Lonldon) Consulting anlld Opelratinlg Surgeon, Brighton Villa, Kiama, (OrrosTa CATIIoILo C0ArL,.) At homno for Connultetion- ~lorlnioge, 0 till 2 .l-3-88. Evniingn, 1 till 8. "Dineased Natlle oftlentlilles ,rnak forth in strL1gu eruptilni."--Act ill. Sttiimi 1. TO THE PUBLIC. OME1 patients uniffring from nervous affeu ]O hB |ll.C Ilfl'alid fromI PI~tIq' (heer hushfuinen'R ulrld IIIodh'sty to 1 'I'.lt ,Oz'lo lY .iIolSt. 1 Ii aletllilf ImanLI1-athlLer plaielnt hIave Iiii o t thii' oil1f-po?LLL0 :iolI ian L 'Lll n ' iies' 0011-11 iI the CIoIIIIIIILt . I'O;11111 Ill accurellrly dexe'ibu thehr Iqymlldo?nen-thir.'l Ilhal it olf fil', ILnd Ih L lluLro of t fll Lisenu tIeI s f"Ift'"I fr t lll. ...

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NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 August 1886

NOTES OF THE DAY. Mn; I-IEDoo said the other evening thathe could not lfelp enjoying a littlo triumph by appearing before a Sydney audience to give alecture on Protection. His triumph was a very little one indeed, and has tile dull ring of spuriousness about it. IHeo represented matters not as they are, but as he wished them to be, and told his audience that Free Trade in this colony appears to be dead. He broadly hinted that he was the person who brought it to the ground, and now his followers were standing ready the moment the public gave the signal, to give it the coPuP E GRACE. The prospects of Protec tion, ihe said, were better now than they were four years ago, and this hlie ascribed to the country being more ripe for it, and tIhe promotion of the movement upon right lines. The frequent changes of Government seem to have favoured Protection. .Mr. Burns advocated a Frcee Trade policy, and Sir P. Jennings coming after, needed for decency's sake, to introduce something different,...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 August 1886

ON Friday evening last an attack was made upon the Public Schools Act. To make the national system of education more gener ally available this Act provides that chil dren shall'bhe carried on the railways free of charge to the nearest Public School, and Mr. Srolcns moved that the same privilege of free carriage should be granted to children attending other than Public Schools, pro vided the distance was not greater than from their residences to the nearest Public School, H-e thought that as the railways were constructed by the people, one section had as much right to their advantage as another, and he referred to the present law as a piece of class legislation, which would have a disastrous oelffct on the community. The Miniuster of Instruction pointed out very clearly that Mir. S'ro?es' proposal was dianietrically opposed to the provisions of the Act, which gave children attending Publio Schools, and no others, the privilege of free carriage. If the motion were carried, he said, it...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 28 August 1886

W. H, PALING & 00~, ;CG Georcje-st~reetl' lin%,n ilia I, t11(1h;S't' ANT) MOST1 COJI PT2EAY;h tiIO' 1 Pianos, Organs iteetusio, 1\11!· ~ t 111'1111oi!g us'ury' clinkr ull.( 'n8I 'I. \1 R ((1 A 1n M 'I ' 1 O, ex nlnuly low rlillr oon, Puy' iaoll rna t OIguln & ImvullnslLI gIg ltv Pny Mtki t E P 11 !~nto tipIrP. l aALING & Co. Emln l I A 313 3133. 1 31 O 3 1ENT) !'UU M! !J5U CA('A I.)CiUE,, Ill) 1Rt()v NOTE THIS ----* ~ Y HE Winter Season is T.. now over, and having an unusual number of REMNANTS on hand, they will be sold at prices whi(ch will enable Purchasers to secure many useful lengths of goods at much less than the regular Price. Tiley Comprise tnhe Following: Remrnants of Drcss Serges. Remnnants of Home Spuns. Remnants of Coloured Cash mncres. Remr:ants of Black Cashmeres. Pem nants of French Merinoes. Remnants of Flannel. Remnants of Calicoes. Remnants of Plaids Remnants of Alpacas Remnants ofSateens Remnants of Shectings Remnants of Tweeds Remnants of ...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 28 August 1886

WIIIILflYAN, SBrvlces will be eonductod in thie Woloyan Church, on jSunday next, an follows: ,YCWnnO, at 11 Ain.-Rley. Q. it. Olanson Kthaia, at p.ma.-lnov: . W. Orton. 'Jnniberoo, at l n.m.-Mr. \V. Jamesn Onmlbroa, at 7 p.ma.-Mr, R. 1I. C nnpball Old0 lnco1 at 2.10 p.m.-Mr. W. Iameea Gerringseg, at 11 a.m.--Mr. W. Coeen 0rrlingong, at7 pian.-IlRe. O. I. Olannan. Faeeseend at 11 u.,n.-RovTt. W. Orion. iheullorboas at 2 p.m.-lev, 0. It cilamon

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ENSILAGE IN CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 28 August 1886

ENBILAGE IN OALIFORNIA. A 'I' imo wlhe'll in tncointnomi vollo of on ilago its fondl folr tock is being so uIxintosly diso?in?sse in this colony, tho followilng urtialol, which is abhi(ged t?ran tho ".Ptciltt lt, 'ii ExpreI'.',ss," imiy pirov'u of v'nIIuo to iuI' rnoders : 3Mr, J, It, JT'well, of P0,ollhonin, Cilifnl'nlln, wrollt( : I L ll 11111 m Viy vi?w\'N ml 'x l.l ('eic.'il: with the systtil of pr]'ervin g groini foddir', 1onletl lon llngi, ill pitH cIilhlid tios, whid:l wis invenlld by ,thnt aminnt, [+'tnc-h go dtlll in?lln, Augtu.,t(,l CUnfth.l;, It watt lhot Irisl in Amiricai ii y Fu nlc iti n ioiris, of lhryln?rl, with ononuraging simness, ind his ex.mnlleo wts soon followed by others, h until Inow Ihndtreds and thousanntrld Ihvo ?tloll? d it throughoult the El?asttnrn Stiatm witlh at ntic. (oos only dtllndhing on them tlori'onglmnss of thuI work mand comndlldion of the oop t.o bhe 8llh rns rIn,1 nroil f stone, vnnoo, iand elm ol'Rat,, IT.',1h laon i lint d , il . mco t i ,...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 28 August 1886

CONGREGATIONAL ORIURCH, Gf:llnUNOONO, The Rev.C.c I fghlway conouctA oordco every Sunday no followvH :- eOrringnglp , at II in.m. tun 7 p.m. (T'ro editior riqiloei tilit thi cortoota leregymeon of the ,dtotrtnt wll forwniri aoiinneuioeonoits nt oforvinoms to tio hold from tiono to timemo iii tionir ciorches, which nottir will in all it(4ano bo Inavotld gomtis.l

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