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WAR SHIPS IN COLLISION. SERIOUS DAMAGE TO THE TYNE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 May 1887
WA1? SHIPS IN 00LLISION. SERIOUS D)AMAOli T0 TOHI:[ TYNE. Fou the past three days excitement has been running very high in consequence of a Mel. lourno telegramu stating that ]I.M. troop ship Tyno hald boon damaged svovrily ap parently by collision. The Tyne, it will be reneombered, brings out stores and relief crews for -LEM. ships on the Australian station, and consequently her arrival has heen looked forward to for some time past. The voyage was commenced from Chatham on 12tlh February; and calls were made on the way down channel at Shcerness, Ports. mouth, and Plymouth, the latter port being cleared on the 15th of thi samn month, Thenceo a very c6mfortable voyage followed via Gibraltar, Malta, Port Said, Suez, Aden, 1lombay, Colombo, and Albany. After the Tyne h1d left Albany, nothing was heard of hbr until Tuesday last, when nows of the collision, without any particula,'s, was re. ceived in Sydney. Off Olilly Island the Tyno and Myrmhlon (survey ship) wore in company, and it wa...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 May 1887
Tos application of theo iorticultural Sooioty of Now South Wales for a grant of twenty acrcs of the Lachlan Water Reserve for the purpose of forming an oxperimental farm, is deserving of the favourahle consideration of the Govcrnment, The schome on which the society hases its request is comprolensive and practical, and if faithfully carried out cannot fail to be of inestimable value to the colony. The sub. ject of model farms has latterly occupied the attoution of Agricultural Societies as offer ing a promising field for extending their operations and increasing their usefulness; but for the most part rather crude notions arc entertained on the subject, and the ideas it has generated lack that tangibility the subject has acquired in other countries where experimental farming is regarded as an in dispensable element of success and: advance ment. Agriculture is of all industrial pur suits the most dependent on continued oh. nervation and experiment, and considering its growing importa...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Tuesday, 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 May 1887
(RnoM on owN cOnnusteONDCNT), SYDNEY, Tuesday, 11 a.m. Tiho'propesed excise duty on beer was not colceted yesterday, and will not be before the measure has been sanctioned by Parlia. menut. The Bulli Commissioni will commence their labours at Bulli on Thursday by in specting the mine. The remainder of the week will be devoted to.arranging prelimi naries, and on Monday they will commence tIe examination of witnesses, £13,014 has been cosled to date for tho Bulli Relief Fund. Fo,'ty spiritualists in Sydney have re. solved to form an association of believers and onquirers. A number of Clerks in tho Central and Water Police Courts have boon dismissed in pursuhnco of the retrenchment policy. A resident in the Western district has of fored to employ 300 unemployed at a mode ratu wage. Thu Parramatta Oouncil will employ 36. Miss Stanley of Uathurst died of erysipo. las caused by the sting of a fly which had previously settled on a dead dog. 7 p.m. The E. S. & A. O. Bank has decided...
BUTTER FACTORIES IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 May 1887
BUTTER FAOTORIES IN AM~ERIUA. TImE experience gained in the management of butter factories during six years in Now York Stato is of value as a guide to those who are contemplating the establishment of similar undertakings. In the northern por tions of the stato numbers of butter fac tories worn started hetwoon 1879 and 1881; and they appear to have given great satis faction to the dairy farmers. In the north and east of St. Lawrence county, the facto. ries are particularly numerous ; dairy farm ing being the principal agricultural business. A writer in the "Albany Oountry Gentle man" said that within a radius of four miles from his house there wore six of these es. tablishments, besides one choose factory. The farmers consequently had so little dis tance to convey their milk, that the olh milk-gathering plan was followed, although it was admitted that the cream.gathering system was prefersbhl in ordinary circum. stances, as it involved less carting, and left the skimmed milk on the ...
TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 May 1887
TOPIOS OF TEIZ DAY. Evee since the days of King Canute it has required little to convince most people of the futility of resisting the aqueoous elemont, Had old Oanuto been on board the Bega last Friday he would not have thought of got ting into the Robertson basin in dollance of the pilot's warning signal any more than did the captain of the Begs, though lie had a judge on beard, whose arrival to open our District Court was awaited by a number of expectant litigants and lawyms. To these it was a little tantalising that his Honor could only come close enough to signal his friendly greetings had he been so minded, but no closer. Hoence e lihad .to put back to Sydney, the troubled deep denying an en trince into Wollongong either coming or going. The Registrar, in accordance with law, and in the exercise of his best judg ment, adjourned the Court till next day, supposing that his Honor, after arriving in Sydney, would come on by rail and coach, but his Honor tolegraphed that lie would ...
KIAMA AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. COMMITTEE MEETING. APRIL 29. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 May 1887
I?A1A AG1IOULTU1RAL ASSOI ATIO~N, COMMITTEE MEETING. AvaIL 20. PsoissNT :-Messrs. R. Miller (in the chair), J, Love, T. Brown, Jas. Sharpe, M. N. Hind. marsh, J. F. Cole, O. W. Craig, W. Grey, II. Fredericks, T. Love, T. Fredericks, and J. Somerville (secrotary.) r The olection of officore for the s urront year was the first business proceeded with. On the motion of Messrs. Oraig and Hind marsh it was decided to ask Mr. Cameron to become Patron of the Association. Mr. MN. Hindmarsh moved that Mr. Dymock be President. Seconded by Mr. J. Love and carried unanimously. On the motion of M?ossrs. Brown and Craig Mr. Miller was unanimously elected Senior Vice-President. Mr. ilindmarsi moved that Mr. I. Fredo ricks be Junior Vice-President. Seconded by Mr. Grey. Mr. IH. Fredericks moved as an amendment that Mr. Brown be offered the position, re marking that Mr. Brown lived nearer town, had taken groat interest in the society, and none could be more worthy or more competent to fulfil the dut...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 May 1887
WTTY ANTED a competent lOUSE MAID, one accuetolmed to witling at table, Apply , .RS. S. MAJOR, Iy ?.lsworth, Kianma. OUND, a GOLD PIN-with bat and ball S' nixed-iu Torraloeig-stroot. Owner oati have same by paying oxpouuso ; application to beo mad to S. . O'CONNOR, Royal Hotel, 5 4.87-1. Kilma. FOR SALE, LEASE, STOuCK, and GOODW\VILL M'Glin olhoy's Wheolwrightlin(g and Blitcktuttl- iag Biusinuas, Kiaina. Particulars, apply to 1 4-87-1.' GEO. BIROWN, Kiamna. Lacoy Memorial. TiIE CEREMONY of UNVEILING in con nection wilth thie ionumint erootod to the late Dr. C. W. Lacay, will take plaeo on WED NEbDAY, ilTn 11UT MAY, at 2.30 p.m. GEORGE T. CHAPMAN, 4.30-87-81 Ion, Bec. NOTICE. IMPOUNDED at Kama, May 2nd1, 1887, by JL M. Crnagan, from Shellhiarbour, one G REY MARll, branded 11' near lhouldor, If not reo lonacid will oe nold at the poundt at noon THURSDAY, 19th instant. Sum duo at data Gas d. C. OAIES, lPouindlkopor. May 4th- 1 5.4.87 1. : Preliminary Announo emont. KI AMA COTTAGE HOSPI...
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 May 1887
LOCAL AIND DISTBIOT NEfWS. Ma, Lovaouovn, lto 0.PS., at Shoalhaven, has comanonced husiness in Sydney. as a land. and general agont. ToE I.S.N. Co. has power under its now Act to increase its capitol of £57,000 to £150,000, and to borrow any money not oxceeding a third of Its capital. Toi promoters of a dairy factory at Jlndy audio hlare reccived a oatiafactory reply from Mr. D. Berry, who expresoses a willingnios to asoist all the tenants on his estate to the beat of his ability. A orertwo has been called by Messrs. John anoi James Stewart to be hold in the Agricul tural Hall, Broughton Croak, next Frkday, to consider the desirableness of establishing a dairy factory at Broughton Greek. TMn, Milton Times asks: " Why does not ihe Council send to the medical ofiloer of the dis trict for a report upon the sanitary conditions of the town, and then take steps to have the evil remedied " A' Begn and through Monaro there Is posi tive cruelly in compolling children to sit for hours in a fi...
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 May 1887
MEETINGS TO BE .ELD. Thtofant A?llfanoo nioota 3tn 11. at 7.)0. ?No. 10?, L.O..,, moat Jwmo 7, att 7.80 No. 115, L.OL., me'eto Juno 0, at 7.40. ano. 77, Tm.O.L., metalnc , oat 7 p.00. .No. 140, Lt.O., mooets 7Ia)' 0, a~t 7,4)0 pa., banxm 01 I,'e,??aiswiw., -No. a., eowa [ta , 4aO
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 May 1887
Farmers & Gardenlers ANDERSOI & CO,'S SEEDS. FOR ALL CROPS GENUINE & RELIABLE., ASK YOURl STOREKEEPERS FOR THEM, AND SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. ANDERSON & CO., SEEDSMEN AND PLANT MERCHANTS, 216 & 218 PITT STREET, S "Y 33 3S E DST 7-7.86 JOHIN ITCHIE, SHIIP AND COMMISSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL PIIODUCIE MIIRCOIIANT, Callodiiiiin Whart, Sydney, Strict Attention givon to Returns. 7-31.-81-y "Disonsed Nntino oftenlthnos breaks forth in strango or iptitns."-Aict iii, Scule 1. TO THE PUBLIC. SOIE patientH offtlering flrol'm lervo afo nlc 3tioiH nro nfrail from lihcar hInalifIllln?es. and modesty to I'lis1ONAI.1Y c('OhiIlt n mtoldienl ImnflI-otlhor pallionli l veol lot tl' lf-IpoNt's'Hin tand conolsH wheIm inII t h coiiiiltig I rolloml, to nccornlldy dosoriho thl'ir Byn'ltlnnB-lhlir' nhabit of life, tndl the liontrlo of thelio disno theiy sAifor froiim. Lot aLch1I pIr1Ins (lihe or flh) sit quietly dtown in tlhe prienry of thleiir Iown npii rincilelll, nll wi...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER EASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 4 May 1887
RELIGIOUS., CHURCII O ENOLAND. FOUITII SUNDAY AFTER EASTER, flIvino Aervino will be nodtod on a uniuny next In the Gqotteb of Ensjbiod Chor?ele by 11ev, J. 11. Price no follows: Clhrlt Chureh, Iliama, at 11 on.,.-Morning Prayer. Chrisl Church, 7 p.m,--Evenoin Prayer Onrvlnee will lie cnducleted in tho Chtirch of E:lfilheo1 Jeniberen, tied Sheolhlhrboor, by 11ev. fl, Orleford on Soihoay next, as folhowd Jamboroo, at 11 a.7. llhellharboor, at 7 p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 May 1887
GREAT EXCITEMENT IN WALES ABOUT A MARVELLOUS CURE. Living Six Years Without Going to Bed. Rl/rh EDITOR,-Whilc spending a few days £l.Ls the plenasnt sensido tot,, of Aberyst. with, Cardiganshire, Weals, . heard related what seemed to me either a fabulous story or a marvellous cure. The story was that a poor sufferer who had not boon able to lie down in bed for six long years, given up to dio by all the doctors, had been speedily cured by some Patent Medicine. It was related with the more inplicit contidonce from the circumstances, as was said, that the Vicar of Llanrystyd was familiar with the facts, and could vouch for the truth of the report. Having a little curiosity to know how such stories grow in travelling, I took the liberty while at the village of Llanrystyd to call upon the Vicar1 the Rov. T. Evans, and to enquire about this wonderful oure. Though a total stranger to him, both he and his wife most graciously entertained me in a half hour's cen versation, principally touchi...
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 May 1887
The Chief Justice has ruled that a domes tic servant is "not a lodger." Not much, she's the boss, An old lady gave this as her idea of a great man : " One who is keerful of his clothes don't drink speerits, ken read without spel. ling the words, and eat a cold dinner on wash day without grumbling." Johann Strauss uses a piano so made that it cannot be heard beyond the room in which it is played. The man who introduces a cornet for amateurs, built upon the same principle, will be hailed as a public bene factor. A gentleman advertised in Saturday's " Echo" for apartments. He required the landlady to supply amongst other things ' drawers.' Ie might have beon a little more precise, and stated whether he wished "'em fringed with lace, or with embroidery.' 2Esthetic young lady : Can you conceive of anything more sombrely and poetically solemn than the DENOUEMENT Of ' 0?oemeo and Juliet I' Could the poet have made their fate more weirdly tragic I" Cynical baohe. lor : "Oh, yes ; le might h...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 May 1887
WESLEYAN. Rorolo dwill ho conductod in tih Wesleyan Churcht, on Sunday next, an follows : XIalmo, ntll a.,m.--13ov, 0. ll'clgloway I~loma, 01.7 p.ao.--Rov. 0. Ii. Olaooon aombaroo, at 11 a.ma.-13ov. 1.B1, Oowea Jamboreo, at 7 p.m,-Mr. 0. A. Somnorvillo Old Place, at 2.,0 pam,-Rov. 3. B, 13owes Gorrlngong, at 1I a~m,-Mr. C, A, Somervlllo erion P tp~m,-Mr. J. Grahamn, roxirro nd at 11 n ~m--r. J, Omliam Shellharboar, at 11 a.m.--, r. A. Fletcher Sholllmrboar, at 2up,a,--ntov. It. 30 . 13m0 M"O. O A. Soonorollla will toaondut oorvloo ast Mr. Noblona Saddlobaolo, oa Sunday next at 2.30 pan,
THE GREAT EASTERN STEAMSHIP SCANDAL. DIRECTORS SENT TO PRISON. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 May 1887
THE GREAT EASTERN' STEAMSEIP SOANDAL, DIREOTORS SENT TO PRISON. In the Queen's Bench Division on March 12, before Baron Pollock, the case of the Queen v. Barber, Marsden, and Brown was heard, The defendants-Mr. Willianv Bar. bar, chairman of the Grcat Eastern Steam. ship Company ; Mr. Mark Eagles Maraden a director of the same complny; and Mr. Thomas Brown, a shipbroker, of Miilford Haven-were a short time ago found guilty on a charge of conspiracy, and they now came up hefore his Lordship for judgment, The proceedings arose out of the chartering of the steamship, Great Eastern, by the' company to a syndicate, of which the defen dant Brown was a member, the object being that the vessel should proceed to Now Orleans and be moored as a floating hotel on the river off the grounds of (lie exhibition held there in the autumn of 1884. The main allegation was that the defendant8 entered into an arrangement hy which the syndicate was to pay £6000 for a year's hliing of the vessel, whereas t...
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 May 1887
CONGREUlGATIONAL 01OItl H, GERRIlGNONG, The Rfo. G. Uoi1hway condsote services ovorv Sunday as followoi Corroongoog, at ii aol, ano 7 p~m,. ... (Tim erir t reqocots that the variono clergymon of the diotrict will fonvard nounooneconats or services to ho leild fromimto timo in their churches, whioh notice wiil io all aseo bhe inserted gratit,4
REFORM IN DISTRICT COURT PRACTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 May 1887
REFO1M flN fISTRICT 00UMT PRACTIOE. Teu Minister for Justice (Mr. William Olarke) recently received a deputation from the Judges of the Distriot Courts, who desired to draw the Minister's. attention to certain amendments which they considered necessary in the District Courts Act, The deputation comprised JudgesDowling, Forbes and M'Farland, who were appointed at a mooting of the District Court Judges re. * cently held in Sydney. The deputation asked that the jurisdiction of District Courts should hio extended to cases involving £500; that the commission which judges receive should bh general instead of local, so that in case of the incapacitation of a judge ap. pointed to a particular circuit, another judge might take his place without the issuing of a special commlssion for that purpose. The judges ales suggested thlrt"they should have jurisdloiton in cases of disputed titles to real estate, and in the issuing of letters of admninistration to executors of doooaced per. sons, where ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 May 1887
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PROFESSOR ARMAND INSULTED. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 May 1887
AT the Moss Vale Police Court on Wednes day, before Messrs. F. H. Wilshire, P.M., O. Tate, and it. P. Richardson, J's.P., Leon Armand charged.Johi O'Donnell with hay. isg us~d insulting languaga towarde him. Mr. Gale appeared for plaintiff; and Mr. A. N.. Moss, on behalf of Mr. Nichols, for do. fendant. The evidence as reported in the " Burrawang Herald" was as follows: Leon Armand, lecturer, deposed: Was at Robertson on the 15th April last; had been driven there by defendant from Jamberoo; arrived at Robertson at about 11 o'clock at night; he said, "Here the b- comes; what the b- h- did you keep me waiting for I'll show you, you b- "; the words were used near the Post-offlice, and were said very loudly; they could have been heard by persons on the public road; defendant appeared to be under the influence of liquor; he had two glasses at a house at the top of the mountain; he (plaintiff) was perfectly sober at the time ; felt very much annoyed at the language defendant used; he aske...