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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 April 1887
SIR I-IENIY PARKEB has a prodigious task before himi, and it seems more than probable that his schemes of administration, however well devised, must undergo some modifica tion to conform to the pressing demands of the hour. Though he has the verdict of the majority in favour of the broad lines of policy he has marked out, skilful manage munt will be required to enable the Govern mont to accomplish the great work of restor ing prosperity to the country. Obstruction has already hampered progress in a way that reflects little credit on the Opposition or its leader. But Mu, O00PELAND'S motion of censure has met its desert and left the Go vernment free to pursue its course. There is one characteristic of the debates of the present session, which suggests some weaki ness on the part of the Government, that is the testing of nearly every question that arises by the principles of free trade and pro tection. Why the Government, and the Prenier in particular, should consider it desirable to c...
AN UNFOUNDED CHARGE AGAINST A DOCTOR. THE PROSECUTRIX AND ANOTHER CHARGED WITH CONSPIRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 April 1887
AN UNFOUNDED CHARGE AGAINST A DOCTOR, TIHE PROSECUTRIX AND ANOTIIER CIARGED WITHII CONSPIRACY. (From the Daily Telegraph.) Am the Water Police Corlt on Friday Dr. Horatio G. A. Wright, of Wynlyard.squaro, was charged before Mr. Addison, S.M., with having commllitted ia criminall aulllt on a woman cal ling hobrself Amy Smith. Mr. Thomas appenred for the prosecutrix, and Mr. Roberts, sonl., for Dr. Wright. Amy Smith deposed that her right name was Amy Thoiras, but she weat by, the name of " Smith " and had done so for three years. IIer husband was a \Voaloyan inirstoer in Mlboulrno. [lad beoon living throee years with onlo Smith, a bookmaker. Th'l doctor attended her in Mrs. Miller's house in Crown-street. Witness 'doe tailed the alleged asoault and said she pushed the doctor away. WhOen the doolor was thero the servant and an old lady, the landlady's mlother, and btnilth w'ote in the otRse. Smith smsokod hIer in the face and said, " I thought as much," and sent her out of the room. D...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 April 1887
l~uolono gotlin zig ICroil lll iorli ii to I ho ll~i olit ut prnuoiI11g I'oplol o,' /II zo IIJIClONIII ill tllt'i pril oluo, opo ionlly tlint kIioiiii ii1 D~r. l~I' lollo ldiiy no 41(1 rvl) Ijllctito fu(r iltl~i'Hun 1~!Il1I03tl13~, Il'iO lr hlrllluloiu r 'Plu3' holyr 1010IILI OXIrInIun tltot' It BII~III ol' lofo '011)1 0 toIli, iou~ 'ru~ lIr~ooi i 'ii gII tzl'g,''-U~llkl(t'n Slinlgo iciii IIl~ouil l'l~lnuio, l I oiii ol nIIII(U IcIiiiII, Ito1 olnoto Iloiii iiit~niuolloiio Clooxniid IIIlltllr~ liIiiiil) C'olli~to L Pion 3 Un,, ]j~lolUIII .SiguIIIII1 -rA wi. 2.182 WE SHOULD BLOT OUT DISEASE IN ITS EARLY STAGES. T1IE disonso commences with a slight do rangeisent of the stomach, bint, if neg lected, it in timeo involves the whole frame, em bracing the kidneys, liver, pancrena, And in faet the entire glandular ?ystmn ; and the afflicted itrags out a minierable xistence mltil death gives relief fromi suffering. The disease is often mis taken for other comiplaintis; but if the reltder will...
TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 April 1887
TOPTOS OP THE DAY. Onut bravo volunteers had anything but a glorious time at the Easter encampment, An almost continuous downpour of rain dur ing about half the nino days' encampment was in ovary way unpleasant, rotarded all the projected umovemonts, and doused the whole allildr to auch an oxtont that it bo. colmes a question of oxpedioncy whethoer it would not bo as well to chango the timn'for holdling our annual military and naval dis. play, sueinmg that its success as a financial investment depends largely on the weather, which at this season of the year is over variahble, Such a training as that recently gono through is not exactly of the kind bar. gainedt for, however useful by way of variety and as a test of passive physical endurance, Our citizon soldiers are not of the line weather order, as was evidenced by so few of thenm taking advantago of thu opportunity of returning home after six clay's clty. Most of themu saw the fight (with thue lo. monets) out to the bitter end df....
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 April 1887
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. Prot~etant AllIance moots April 21, at 7.30. No. 12. L.O.L., meet May 8, at 7.30 No. 115, L.O.L., moats May 2, at 7.30. No. 77. L.O.L., muots May 4, at 7 p.m. No. 140, L.O.L., mtetsn May 5, at 7.:1' p.m. Hossl of Temparomna, No. 27, mootas May 4.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 April 1887
Farm.ers i& Gardenrs B TZY "Y ANDERSON & CO0,' SEEDS. FOR ALL CROPS GENUINE & RELIABLE. ASK YOUR STOREKEEPERS FOR THIEM, .AND SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. ANDERSON & CO., SEEDSMEN AND PLANT MERCHANTS, 216 & 218 PITT STREET. S Yt D '1 ME "Y.T2 77-786 JOHN RITCHIE, SHIP ANID OMMISSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL PRODUCE MERCIIANT, Caledotianl Wharf, Sydnoy. Strict Attention given to Roturns. 7-31-8i.y "Diseased Nature oftenltimes ibreaks forth in strango oruptiion."-Act iii, Suene 1. TO THE PUBLIC. OME palilnts slffering from nervous iffec tiors are Iaraid I 'rom sihear nhashlilhni'sI anld modlesty to I'eýIlsNAII.IY col0isult a medicdal lllnn-ollior pa'li ents have not thi( oll'f-poRs..'si)l iuld clnin 8IIss w iell ini tIl coitiHIltliti rIooolw , 1o accuirately describe IhJir Hu y )llptiln--lheir haIlit of life, and1 the Ilnnltro of te lldiscuas tleiy Iufltfer f)m. SLet such periIouI (hm or she) sit qifietly down in the privacy of their owln anprltni' tHs11, na...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. THIRD SUNDAY AFTER EASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 April 1887
REL'IGIOUS. CHIURCR OF EhNOLANDi) THIRD SUNDAY AFTERI EASTliI. Divine Sorvier will be condulot?o on Sunday next in the Church of England Churches by lRev. E. Crlsford as follows: Christ Curch, Kamna, nt 11 a.m.--: ornlng Prayer. Christ Church, 7 pm.--Evening Prayer St. Georgo's, Gorringong, at .1.0 m., Crawley Foret, at 11 n.m.-Mr. Johoi Holbrook. Servicei mill beh condtetctd hi the Chuirchl of England Jamnhero, anod Sholtharbotr, by lIo, J. II, l'rnuaou Sunday negt, as follows: Shellhnahoao', at 11 n~m. niaabeoo, at 7 p.m. Special oolloetlone at cnch crvic.
SHELLHARBOUR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. APRIL 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 27 April 1887
SIELLfARBOU1R MIUNIIPAL COUN OIL. ArIu, 20. L'nasOsNT - The Mayor, Aldermon Raison, Mood, Downey, Hicks and Jailuoes. CORlRESPONDENCE. Outwards-l. To S. Alexander, Esq., engi noer for Illawarra Railway, drawing his atton tioni to alteration of watercourse on to the road at Oak Flats, Inward-1. From Lands Title Office, Syd ney, with copy of Garctte notice and diagram of lands in the district of Shellharbour, for which application hasl been made by John Seymour for certificate of iidefeasible title under the Reel Property Act. 2, From Municipal Coin oil of Deniliqumi asking Council's co-operation in applying to Government for a special grant to municipalities which are not entitled to en dowmunt, &0. 3. Circular in respect to Bulli Colliery Disaster Fund, 4. Application from Alderman Jamnlo for u months leave of absence, as lihe intends to visit England. The consideration of the letter from the Council of Deniliquin was ordered to stand overuitil next mooting, The application ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 April 1887
A W UOMDAN'S SUFFERINGS AND GRATITUDE, A Voice From Austria. INEARI the viliage of Zillingdorf, in Lower Austria, lives fMarin 1nas, nl intelligont n id inonstrioi.s wmaln, whose story of physical afllering mind final relitl', as renated Iby horself, is of interest to English womon. " I wan etm pl'yed," she says, " in the work of a argo farmnihose. Over work brought on sick head ache. followed by a deathly fainting and sick nlos of the stomach, until I woas unablo to retail oither food or drink. was ompelled to to take to iiy hed for' several weeks. Getting a little obetter froin rlost anll quiet, I sought to do smino \4rkh, but was soon taken with a pain in il y side, w\vhich in little while secren d to spread ver Illy whole body,.' ni tlhrobled inl my overy limb. This was followed 1by cough and short liess of breath, until flinally I eould not sow, and I took to miy boild or the second, alnd, as I thought, for the loot tilnoe. My friends ttl noe tlhat Lmy tilome had nearly coIno, ...
A MODEL AUSTRALIAN GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 April 1887
A MODEL AU'STRALW'IAlN GIL, A practical, plain young girl Not.nfraid.of.thl-rain young girl; A poetical pony, A ruddy and rosy, A helpor-of self young girl. At-home.in.rhor-plrce young girl; A neve'r.would-laco young girl; A toiler serono, A life puro and clean, A princcss-of-poaoo young girl. A wear.your-ownlhair young girl; A freo.from-a-staro young girl; uImproves overy lotur, No sickly sunllower, A wealth-of rare-sonso young girl, Plenty-roon-in-lher.shores young girl; No indulger-in-ibluis young gi'l Not a hang on her brow, To fraud not a bow, Sho's a just-twlnht.she.seius young girl, Not a renladorof-trash young girl; Not a chelhiprwul.fllsh young girl; Not a sipper of ruin, Not a ehtuver of gurn, A marvel-of sense young girl. An erarly-retiring young girl; An active, mspiring young girl; A morning arisor, A dandy despiser,, A progressi \o, Austral im rl, A lover.of-proso youtig girl; Not *a turn.up.your-nose young girl; Not given to splutter, Not " utterly-c Ittr," But a omat...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Friday, 12 noon. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 April 1887
(sE.M oUR owN connRRESPONDENTr.) SYDNEY, Friday, 12 noon. In a terrific hurricane on the north.wcst coast of Australia, the pearl fishing fleet was destroyed and 5150 lives were lost. In the Legislative Council the Divorce Extension Bill passed partly through comn* mitteo. The Oremation Bill and the Con. ditional Purchases and Leases Validation Blill passed the third reading. In the As. sembly after preliminiary husiness Sir H. Parkes moved that Goverinent business take precedence on Tuesdays., The motion after debate was carried by a majority of 25. The debate on the Financial Statement was res.umed, and further adjourned till Tuesday next, IT.M.S. Tyneo and Myrmidon arrived yes terdny after beilng in collision oil' Wilson's Promontory. Both vessels were much in. jured. A deputation of wine and spirit merclhants waited on the Treasurer and pointed out that the revenue would not be improved by the increased duties, but would lead to the sale of inferior articles, and to ani increase...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 April 1887
Tho g1rontunt nourslhing tonlo, nppotizor, ntrongthonor nod auuintivo on nonrh, Hop B3it. torn ºnado only by Auunrioaar On, Soo-Advt. Foil Tqui ]LoODu in q'ut Lnilc,"-OUhnkn'o WVorldtfnomod h loond MlixtUre ho worruunto d to olonneo theo blood0 front nall impurtltun from Vhl1(tovor 00100u nai oh g. For Serotohon, Soorvy, Skin ndll Blood DIHuonon, nod Soros of oi Ihondo ito ottooto nur n nrvotllnouu Thuuonendh of Touoti nouoloH, Sold in Botllth, 2a lid nod lo onohi by Ohio Icuwlt and P'ntol Modhuino Vooonro ovorywhuoro, SJolo Proprintoru, Tmo Linholnh ndl Ididhluud O UUliuIJ IDrug' (o., Linooýhl , Euglnuud 2.1.80 It in inpon?iblo to tomaln long lok or out of halnth wheur AAorloan Coo' Hlop 1.ittore nar umod. Boo nnothor--Advl, IIol.r,owAv' Pil,,e AND OIN'rarN'rt nro par (loolarly reolmlonllodrl to poreson who have to pens Iheir livou In oontled ndd n rowdod plnoo ; Iumlrods of tIhosan lI of our fI'llow (ireatturn toll from mnornlgUl 01til o?'ning i? fautorion nIod workslhop to (ho du...
THE EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF CONSPIRACY. DR. WRIGHT IN THE WITNESS-BOX. THE ALLEGED PLOT EXPLAINED. PRISONERS COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 April 1887
THE EXTRAORDINAIY CASE OF CON SPIRACY, DR. WRIGHT IN THE WITNESS-BOX. THE ALLEGED PLOT EXPLAINED. PRISONERS COMMI\TTED FOR TRIAL. (F'om the Daily Telegraph.) Johtx SrrsTr, Richard Syldnoy Marjoram, and Emma Thomas, alias Smith, were again brought up before Mr. Addison, S.M., at the Water Police Court on Monday on the charge of falsely conspiring together to charge and accuse Dr. IT. G. A. Wright with criminally assaulting Einma Thomas, alias Smith, without her consent, with intent to extort money from the said Dr. Wright. Mr. Roberts, sea., appeared to prosecute for Dr. Wright, and Mr. Thomas and Mr. Lovion appeared for the three prisoners. Detective Hinds proved the arrest of pri. soners, and, in reply to Mr. Roberts, said he examined 315 Orown.street and found a hole, as described by the male prisoner Smith, in the wall of Mrs. Miller's bedroom. The hole was covered with paper and wet soup. The narrowest part of the hole was half an inch, and he could see through to the other room...
COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 April 1887
0 0 M M R AL. South Const 0n11 WNoL Cattndon Co.opeoratlvo Company (ltimuitod.) F'ollowingg ae1 the qlotatlonu : Butter, lt. perlb ............... ....... 0 0 10 to 0 1 0 FactoryTditto .......................... .. 0 1 1 0 1 4 llamI, p, .re Ilt .. .. . .. .... . 0 4 0 I 1 COlto He ayetot. 0 0 1 0 0 0 T tlluw, pt'ton .......... ... ... 17 0 0 ,, 0 0 C'lt F tins,? e;?ch ....................... 0 0 ) ~ U 0 11 i t?;p alicve, pctlb..................... 0 0 8 0 0 : (!lrl*)':.% ch ............................... 1 ' 0 0 0 1 0 lilt e ....................................... 0 0 2 0 0 Mlaize, per lt? tel l ........................ 0 4 ,3 0 4 Oat.:n ?oy, pcl' t tn ..................... 4 0 o I 0 0 Simuorio ]lu ,.p oIr tOn a 00................ 0 00 .iI I 0 1,(t?ti )a, pet, toll ........................ 3 10 0 ~ 10 0 Prowlhi, per lair ................0 .0.. ......... 3 Turkeslt , per pa, .................. o 0 0 10 It bl j ~Oet e I a:.rt en .......................... 0 2 0 , 0 2 0 April 21, l i....
KIAMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. APRIL 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 April 1887
IAMA CUTNIOIPAL QOUNOIL, AnumL 28, PasIsrNT :-The Mayor (11. F. Noble, Esq.) and Aldermen Simnaumn, Colo, M, King, T, Love, and II, Frcdaricka, Correnpondonou : -- From the Aloeandria Council inviting 'co-operation In rofreance to a proposed deputation to the Colonial Sucretary with the view of gotting Govorlnuont to under tauo municipal loans at a reaOornablu rate of iln turout, (about 4 per cont.) by which auch loans could be made a profitable source of rev'ono to tho.GCovermont, and a uaving to municilpalitioe effootcd of about 2 pur cont,, and anggo?ating that in the event of a deputation being ilcon venioent the mealber for the dintrict be inivited to interest himself in the matter. From William Carsol, Intihnating that he had nulifrod damage to the extent of from £20 to £25 through a recent accident arising out of a blasting operation at Mbusrss. Synott & Co.'s quarry ; that pormislion to bluat haId boon given by the Council without such reoatrictions an were necesnary...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 April 1887
WEIPiLVAN. Foil eas will lie nnndulctcd In the *l\Veeliyan Church, on Cuuduy next, to fulluwo' : Jiuene, elt I n.m.-'Rev. fI. t. (Mannon kiiiwei, it i .tn.-le.vG.(1. I:1e .llnheeroo, at I1 n.m.-fee.. B. B. IRowel Jniiheeiroo, at? 7 .iii.--.8r. 0, A. Somerville Old I'hace e lit .Jo pie.--Mr. C. A.liniervillo 0errlrngpig, it II .ei1.-Rlev. (I. 1Iine (lerri'iiueil, at? ji~ii.-liov. It. Ii. ilece Fi'rounduRe at 7 p.m.-lice. 0. II. (iHeluc Ihelllherbuur, at 11a.ii.-MIi. (I. A. leniervllo RliefUlhiibenr t 7 pin-Nir. A. Fletcher flee. it. B. Bhiwes will ceiidint crviea at Mr. NobloeR, ~ealdlehaeh, on launily ncxt at 2.80 pan.
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 April 1887
LOOAL AND DISTRICT NHEWS, ------ --- Wir?'tlnic permitting the Kiamna band will play to-night. 'Tu? unveiling of the Lncoy memorial Is fixed for the 11th instant, ST. PAun,'s Church, Shollharbour, picnic is postponeld ill further notico. AM attractivo entortainment is announcced to take place in the Temperance Hall on the 11th May. A CONCIr,aT in connection with the Excelsior Lodge I.O.G.T. takes places in the Protestant Hall, Jailnbroo, next Monday night. Ao;ovu 20 of the unoemployed have beooen for warded from Sydney to Blackwattle Bay and 30 to Kiama, chiefly for road making. Tis: editor of the lieUic Guiaelte states that hl can finodgood homeo for about half-a-dozen Bulli boys of front 10 to 12 years old, should they doesiro to be so settled it that district, M. Mlr.vnric, M.P., intends to visit lBulli within tlhe next fow days, to tomake prsaonal on quiries concerning the late disaster, and to do. liver an addresl on that subject. TitE opeuing of the District Court in post pone...
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 April 1887
CONOEGOATIONAIT OITUROII, GERRINOONO,. Tho Rev. 0. eiclghway conducts services overy Sunday an follows: Ocrrongang, at 11am., nad 7 p.m. [Thu editor rqeacsta that tho various clergymen of the districat will forwuard aimounoments of srvlca lei ltO lnlhld from timuau Ilmao ihn tloir churches, which unotices will in all nson bo inaserted gnttis.l The Kiama Reporter. -u PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1887.