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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA REPORTER [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 April 1887
COO'T FPONDEý LOI. TO TIHEI I?DIt'1Ou 0' TIll xKIASTA nROPORtTIct Smi,-TInasmuch o s'your commnunicated report of the oooial toaineoting givon to Mr. Willam Jamncs, at Shollluhrbour, prior to hlil dopartttro for England, is aolnowhat inacourato by addi. tihln and omisalonA . I will ,wilh your por mission, corroot tho namno. In thu firt place it states that the social tomaooting was given to Mr. Jaumui by the Allowrio Division, Sou? of Tolnporanco, That otatomont in an oxaggerated addition, it being only a section of thu mum hors who untortook th resaponsibility of no dolug. I'Than, Sir, in theo ocond plaoo, thu omnition occurs by not stating that the cost of ampleo aproad in (or .havo to bo) paid for with moonio belonging to the division, nuch monion being genorally. suppoi?d (as In all bonollt no clootio) to bo dovotod to tho ric and burial fund, Thou again, your lnformal n lnittod to inform your roaders that oovoral of the nunior omehors not considuring ?t justillablo to uno thie ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 April 1887
On'or two circumstances connected with the casualties attending the blasting opera tions at one of our stone quarrios on Satur day last naturally give rise to some appro honsion., One of the quarrior, at least, is in such dangerous proximity to a portion of Terralong-stroot as to render residence in the vicinity somowhat rindosirablo. To be so domioiled that a chance "shot " may dis place your chimnoy or a portion of the roof of your house, or scatter a few tons of blue metal boulders promiscuously about your promises is not altogether agreeable, The Borough Council, which has the control of those quarries, has safeguarded life and pro perty, or sought to do so, by passing bylaws imposing certain duties on the lessees of quarries, and it is of course the Council's place to see that those duties are faithfully performed, and if need be to prosecuto those who may ignore their obligations. It in re quired, for instance, that quarries or exca vations shall be substantially fenced to pro...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 April 1887
The Maitland people are apprehensive of a flood in the Hunter River. The Mudgee protectionists have decided in favor of Mr. Carden's candidature as against that of Mr. do 0. Browno. Lord Wolsoley considers that England can place a larger force in the field to-day than has been at. her disposal sinico the timno of the Duke of Marlborough. The schooner Ettalong, Captain Bowker, bound from Sydney to the Solomon Group, has Ibeeo wrecked. All hlands were saved and taken on to HIongkong. Henry Oartage, wharf-labourer, struck by a balo of goods swinging fromn a derrick at the A.S.N, Company's Wharf, Oircular Quany, was killed alnost instantaneously. A barrister, aged 23, named Frank Lam hlrt Doblson, was found dlead in his roomn in Viotoria-stret, Darlinglhurst. . I is believed that h1 died frosi an overdose of chlloroforn taken to rllinve an attack of asthmla. The lli'st mooting of the Now South Walces Comsmission for tlin Melbourne Exhibitiol was held (in Woedesday, Sir J ohn Hay presid ...
TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 April 1887
TOPICS OF THE DAY. WumN our local contemporary treats the subject of insurance we have no doubt he spIeaks out of the plenitude of his wisdom and the depths of his experience; and when he tells us that it is only the survivors of the insured who fatten on insurance we may be suru that his one idea squares with that of the proverbial Patrick who could see no way of benefiting by insurance except by dying off. IHo sympathises with our in. capacity or indolence-or both-which he kindly says has prevented our grasping his remark to which we recently took exception, and which we reproduce. " It would be damaging to any Insurance Office," says our contemporary, " to take proposals in large numbers from a class so doubly handicapped as are the miners. We confess we should regard our own policy, if in the same office, as at once reduced in valueo." We canldidly confess to a diflliculty in grasping some of our contemporary's oracular utterances, but we grappled with the above pa;sago, and cou...
To Correspondents and Contributors. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 April 1887
To Correspondents and Contributors. WE must point out to all who fav our us with CORRESPONDENCE or CONTr?nUTIONS intended for pub lication that, for very obvious reasons, we must adhere to the invariable rule that all such communications must be accompanied by the Name and Address of the writer, not for pub lication, unless desired, but as a guarantee of good faith. We shall refuse insertion to all communica tions likely to be offensive or to give pain to private individuals, and shall hold ourselves at liberty to ex cise objectionable passages from contributions or letters
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 April 1887
Iariners & G4ardeners ANDERSON & HIPS SEEDS. FOR ALL -CROPS GENUINE & RELIABLE. ASK YOUR STORIKEIEPER'S 'O11 THEM, AND SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. ANDERSON & CO., SEEDSMEN AND PLANT MERCHANTS, 21G & 218 PITT STREET, 7-7-80 JOIIN RITCOHIE, SIHIP AND COMMISSION AG ENT, ANI) COLONIAL P10ODUCHI MEIE011ANT, Cleodonian Wharf, Sydney, Strict Attention given to Returns, 7.31.-8i.-y "Diseased Nauto oftentimes br'nak forth in atrango ormptiols."-Act iii, Sceneo 1. TO THE PUBLIC. SOMIE pltients M toriug fronm nervous aillro tions are afraid from shou'r Inshfillrne?n cilt] tnrilltily to t'rni(,NALLv consult n medical man-other fatientsr have i1ot tihe el f-pOH,,'iu-ion rind coolness whn ii lihn conisulting roorm, to nccurately describe their yi"jrptomns-thlir habiti of lifo, and the naturo of ther disease they suffer from. Lot rInch persons (ho or iho) sit q, ietly down in the priivacy of thir ownI aparltmens, aind with ccalmt mirds deriloer clourly each 1ym pto...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. THIRD SUNDAY AFTER EASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 April 1887
RELIGI0 S. CIIUOCII OF ENOLAND. TUIIIlD 8UNDAY AFTEIR IEASTER. Divine SorviTo will h) condueldrl on Sunda1 next. in 11h Church of England Chunrheo by iev. . Crifdord ?s follow :- Christ Church, KIfmn,at 11 a m.--Morning Prayer. Christ (Church, 7 pm.-Evening Prayer F ft,. Clorgo', (Jerrlngano , at '2.00 Jia., CUnwlay Fo?vat, at 1 un,n.--r. Juln IIolbrookl. Services will be conlduted in the Church of England Jnaml,nero, onl HiSlllharbour, by Iev., J. .[, Price,on ?tulday next, n? follows: Slhllhal ollr, at I1I n..m Jatumbrooa, it 7 1.nm. Speclal collectlions at ccll seNrvice.
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 30 April 1887
M*EETINGS TO BE HIELD. Protestant Alllanoo moots Mny 11, at 7.30. No. 12, L.O.L., meot May 3, at 7.30 No. 115,, L.O.L., :meta May 2, at 7.30. No. 77, L.O.L., mnoet May 4, at 7 p.m. No. 140, L.O.L., meets 1lay 5, at 7.:3 p.mn. Bons of Tclmperauce, No. 27, nmocei M1~y' 4,
COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 May 1887
0 0 MMELR ~0 ZA L. South Coast anl Wesot Camden Co-op erative Comupan y(Limnited.) l3TT'rER.-As Usutal thu0 lust WODu Of thu monthl lies brought enormous quantities of butter to market, and grocers, useing th is, buy very epiriegly. At yoeturrtny'e anction Albion Parkc factory butter reclined 1s 4d to 1s 50l, other separated 8d to l'16 dd le b. 1Beet dairy butter Is to Is 2d per Ib, niedinin Pd to is, other qualities 4d to 8d. Bacon.-Market fully euppliod. Clheree-No change to report. Eggs.-TInproving in quality. Poultry.-Market well aupplied, and soul ng well at qoottitiens. Follewing are the quotations : flutter, let, per lb.... 0 iO 0 to 0 a 0 1'ictioryditto.... a. a a ,, a i 4 oil Bbo o ,, caciOi 0 20 ,, 0 0 ii Motor, per ipnfiri..... ............ .. 0 I a ,, a 4 3
THE UNEMPLOYED. THE LEGITIMATE WORK-SEEKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 May 1887
TXHE UNEMPLOYED. THE LEUITIMATE WORK-SEEKERS, Tue 'unemployed of Sydney are now repro sented by two distinct bodios--the loatera or. "statuo-itoo," and tho genuine, work-seekers, Mi'. Edwiards is still " bass supremoe" of tho statho-iton, whilo thi other party h/re, sIeotod Mr. Wun, M, Robertson to lead thoen on to om plymoint. The latter, body met at tile Mao. quariestroot end of the Dom ain on Mbnday morning, and thlir olhef gave thie his idea of what they wanted. Mr. Robertuon is not what would be called an eloquent speaker, but ha is inmproesivo in his remarks. The action of Mr. Edwards was very loudly discusoed, and his code very much condemned by the spoakers, especially the disturbienco made in the Domain when Robertson was hustled from the ground and threatened. llowover, to uno his own words, "I have na' got a black oo yet." He said, " I am Scotch, and I am giving you Scotch words, If you keep in a body aid let the question be properly worked out, we'll got work, and the lo...
CORRESPONDENCE. THE KIAMA COTTAGE HOSPITAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 May 1887
• 00 E?-"SPON0ENCE, TILE KIAMA COTu'AGE HOSPITAL, TO .ilE EDITOR OF TuE KIAMA IIEPOTER,". Si,--J' h building committee of the Kiama Oottage Hospital must be congratulated on the lightning-like speed with which they have carried out the trust reposed in them. If I remember rightly, shortly after tho in ctption of the undertaking, one of their numluer resigned, overring that the coinnuit tee could not keep pace with him, or ho with the comnuittee (I forget which), but most probably the latter, as nothing but a race horse like the New Zealander, Nelson, with a postage stamp on his back could hope to keep pace with such veritable flyers as these. Only imagine I This Herculean task has been accomplished in one year I 1 have heard of the speed with which the Great Eastern, the Brooklyn bridge, our own Garden Palace, and other such trifles were completed, but these pale their ineafeotual fires before this latest architectural achieve ment. In only a few moro years, the sub scribers (those ...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 May 1887
Hudson lrothers' tender for miking 500 axle la~es for th, Railway Departmunt ewas below furigi iall?jes ,id has booni accopted. Th, Oohluial and Indian Exhibiitmn showss a surplus of £35,000, of which £?5 00Q is. to be d(voted to the Iuperial Institute Nfnrly 200 of tihe unemployel, disatis fled with recevmig rations froisthu Govern ueeti, have applied for work,. The Governimnt are said to contoiplpate absorbing the whole of thu surplus labour in th1 colony by constructing a canal through the isterior. ' Jack Stevenson, an Americoan"ogro, has. been sentenced at Townsvillo (Q.) to death for a capital offence on a' female. This is the third sentenco of death' pafsed in Queensland last month. Mr. Sutherland remarked to as deiutation that slistruss existed amongst airospectablo class of people in the colony to an extent that few would believo unless they had come in contact with it. The most of the pearling fleet & ?ieh, Westeri Australian coast was ownod'hitu Sydney, the amouni...
PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 May 1887
Sir Henry Parkes informed a deputation that ho did not think the Government would venturo on any agricultural exhibition as part of the centennial celebration. Sir Hienry, )arkes promised to submit to his colleagues a request for a grant of £2500 per annum to the 13enevolent Asylum for ou door relief. The Sydney Corporation Act Amendment Bill has been read a second time, the clause providing for the election of the Mayor by the citizens being rejected by 20 to 19. A resohltion aitlrming that all school chill dron should be carried frco on the railways to the nearest primary school, whether pub lic or denominational, was agreed to by 54 to 9. In the Legislative Assembly on Friday a motion was discussed that the unemployed be beard at the bar of the house. Sir Ieinry Parlkos and other members opposed the motion, chiefly on cofistitutional grounds, and it was rejected by 34 to 4.
A WESTERN AUSTRALIAN MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 May 1887
A WESTERT AUSTRALIAN MYSTE~RY T'rut Perth corrospondent of timeolbourne A.gus givba the following account of an oxtra ordinary affair, still onveloped in mystery, which has caused much oxcilement in that city. Somae mouths ago a man callad Stuart, who had boon a butler at Govermnout-hnous, sot up in buninoss on a publican in new premises known as " The Governor Iliroonso Iotel." Atongst his permanent lodgers was a young man calling hinmilcf Arthr James, son of a respectabla gentlihnan o al tducetd cihctmeatancoii, known as Captain Pitts, Thin young follow is said to have bean one of Mlethion's Hoes; he is powerfully built and rather good looking, and upon his first arr',ival riado quito a nine for himsaelf in sporting circlos as a lhirt-clahe crickst, or, 11 appeonrd, howvyer, to bh incorrigibly idIo, and, havinig no vitihlo moans of suppor, lie hai Iattoily biein looliod upon with snlpicioh About a fortnight ago his landlord, Stuart, scon. iioned him fir a eiiouowhat brutal assault...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 May 1887
A WOMYiAN'S SUFFERINGS AND GRATITUDE. A Voice From Austria. EAR the village of Zilliogdorf, in Lower Austria, lives Maria Ulae. nn intelligent aol indltrions woman, whose story of physical sufoering nd finol relief, as related by herself, is of interest to English women. " I wan em ployed," she says, " in the work of a argo farmhouse. Over work brought on sick head. ache, followed by a deathly fainting and sick nose of the stomach, until I was unable to retain either food or drink. I was compelled to take to m1y bed for several weeks. Getting a little better from rest and quiet, I sought to do some work, but was sood taken with a pain in my side, which lit a little while seemed to spread over m3' whole body, and throbbed in my every limb, 'his was followed by a cough a0id short. n110 of breeth, mitil finally I could not sow, and I took to my bed for the second, and, as I thought, for tle Inlst time. M3y friends told me that 1y thle had nnerly come, an0, that I cohit not live longer ...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 May 1887
WfltT.1EYAN. Borvoo wi?l bo oonluatod in tbh oWuloyan ChOubr, on Sanday next, ao followa: Xlunna, at I1 n.nh,-Rcv. 0. II. Olasooo Jnabahrajo, ati lII aan.-.Mrr ?f. Comfford Jialbaroo, at?7 pazn-haye. 0. It. ObaseOn (lid 'lace, at 2.30 p,,,.--31r. W, Cornford (o?rrigng,? at? II n m-Mr. "W. (lanka (ierritiomy, at ? pin.-Mr. A. Piattihor r'oanrroi,;d at 11 a.m.-hRav, Ii. 13. Iiuwoa Sizollltnrbaur, at 11 ntan.-Mi. ID, Pilninyano fbohellamborur at 2 p~m-RaY~, (,it. Ghina:sn
KIAMA "BULLI RELIEF FUND." [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 May 1887
XIAMA " BULLI RELIEF FtYND." A Maerrzro of the committoo in connection with the above was hold on Friday evening last. The Council room being occupied, Mr. James Somer. villo very kindly gave the use of one of his own. The following gentlemen were present~Mesers. G. Hunt (in the chair), Kieran Ryan, G. C. Johnston, D. Finliyson, W. Harvey, J. Hol. brook, G. I. Sefton (hon. treasurer), and J. Howell Price (hon. sec.) After a somewhat general discussion as to how the money collec ted should be ultimately disbursed had taken placo, Mr. 0. I. Sefton proposed and Mr. J. Holbrook seconded the following resolution, "That we do now adjourn until thils night fort night (Priday, May 13th), and that the public be notified (if our inteiition to close the lists upon that date." Those in charge of said lists are earnestly urged to complete the canvass of the town and district by the date named, so as to enable the cominittco to carry out its inten tion. Any who have not already given may, if they...
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 May 1887
VA I TI- S . SWlmat names will you call them ?' I asked. "Oherubim and Seraphim,' replied the mother. ' Why I' I asked in astonishmcut. * Because,' she replied, ' de pra'r )0ook says do cherubim and seraphim continually do cry, and dese ere chil'en do nofil' else. There's a solid junk of sense in the follow. ing observation recently addressed by "Al. stainer " to the "8. M. Herald ":-" If over the drink traffic is to be coped with, its opponents must recogniso that it is adultera tion that causes four.fifths of excessive drinking; that heavy taxation leads to adulteration, and that getting revenu from grog-selling is immoral. Olose inspection of liqueur, with a reduction, of taxation most unfair in its incidence on consumers of cheap liquors, means tile abolition of that lmorbid craving for drink which arises mostly from adulteration. And the less the State (epends on grog. sellhig for revenue the more likely it is to prosper, and have purity in its publlc service, and sobriety and ...
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 May 1887
0ONGREaIA'rIONAL CIIUR(Il, O2RRtlONGONO. The Itv. 0. .ltighway couducta servloo ovcr" flurdoy 1w follows - OGerrofLgCo ig, at 11an~m. and 7 p~m, [Tho oilter roineht? that. Iho va~riouo elt-egyoael of the dfattlet ,will forwardl oooootoccconto of aerc'loc to ho held froot thou to tiroo Eu thei'r ohurches, which uoticoo will Eu all omeca bo inoorted gratis.] The Kiama Reporter. -I) PUDLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND aAATURDAY MORNING. WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1887.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 May 1887
*It 18 s(d1 that tho mootropolitan broevero, noting on uoursoPs avcioo, intond rosiotlg payunont of tho oxoiso duty on boor ajutil it has boon approvod by Parliamout, Eon rIcI It.oon is TIIrn Lxri?."-Cl-rlk'a World-faurod Blood Mixturo in warra?dlite to olonaso tho blood from all hnlpurlllun froci wh atnov'r ouano r?alog, For SmrornFa, doorvy? Skin anid liload Dlaonson, naul Saroa of all kcinda Its oteoota veo marvellano, Thocsiidi oa 'ehoalntmtala, Sold in olnttla, 28 Od and 11t eaidi by ChIantt? ,ul Dand etnt Modlolun Va1dro ovorywlh~vo, Rh? Prl'opriotnra, 'tho LiUol anid Midland l UinViT, Drug Co, Llnnoln, Enilaml - [A wv . 2.1-8(0 A PoruAn 11'ALoLoY.--Mly psople thiillk that rhournalsm eannnot be cured. It is caused by a bad state of tho blood which depouite poisonoue matter in the joints and mnueoloe, cannIng lnmonoos, etiffnoeo, end swolling of the joInts, nod xornolatilng paIn,. Dr, Boll's(fld. noy and Liver) Bitleor will oortalnly offoot a aura, Thoe Set on the kidnoyn, Iar ...