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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 May 1887
Tmis necossity for restricting parliamentary debates within reasonable limits has often been made apporent by the resort of an op position to stonewalling tacticswwhen other means have failed to accomplish the result sought. It is possible to conceive that such tactics may sometimes be justifiable. We have not to go back far in our parlia. mentary history for proof that a Ministry may retain office on the strength of the co. hosion of a servile majority after it has for. saken its pledges find ceased to represent the country; and in such circumstances the op. position claim public sympathy, and a resort to obstructionist measures is condoned. Bu't such tactics are in every way undesirable, and are getting more and more into disfa your both in and out of parliament. Thle demoralising scones which have resulted from continuous sittings are evidences of an evil which suggests a remedy similar to the OLotURC recently introduced into the House of Commons,= and the operation of which will...
COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 May 1887
0 0 ZvX a2 a ZA L. South Coast and West Camden Co.operateve Company (Limited.) Do-rTa.-As reported in our last, the market showed considerable eigns of weakness, with supplies continuing very heavy, consequently prices could not be sustained. Butter has this week declined to Od per lb. We noticed many of our primeet dairi6s were not Up to their usual 6tarndard quality. At our auction saler yesterday, Albion Park Dairy Factory butter roalised from is 2d to is 24d per lb; separated, from other dairies, 9d to is per lb; dairy but ter Gd to 11d per lb. Bacon.-In good demand. Choose.-Coosiderably improved in qtiality, and selling well at quotations. Eggu.--Sollicg well. Poultry.-Bolling well. Ducks in fair de mand. Live Stook.-Markat completely glutted. Iu. mense stocks arriving from northern rivers. Following ace the quotations: lytter, lot, p8rb. ... e a to e a Factory dlltto ....e....a...a....... 0 9 Ilaeon, per lb:....::;... ....... ........a.a.......5 Ch es dtt , .................. ...
TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 May 1887
TOPIOS O7 THE DAY. Ir we had a literary enemy (which we haven't) whom with savage and unchristian vindictiveness We snight wish to torture into his grave, we should not ask himn to " write a book." That might be torturing ourselves. No. We should consign him to the dungoon -or-ah--um-the reporter's box at our local court house, and condemn him under pain of everlasting excommunication to ren der up a faithful record of all he could see and hear of the Oourt's proceedings from that particular vantage ground. The next step would he an INQquinicwoo ni LUNATICo and the final result all that unrelenting nialio could desire, He would ho no more, No longer would silver.buttoned police. men hold him in spell-bhund admirae tion at the court house door as he awaited the opening of the " coort," No longer would jar on his shattered nerves the bailiff's excorablo ppening spooch winding up With the time worn peroration of " God save the Quoon " and succeeded by the tumultu. ous throng crowding i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 May 1887
A Br?ctuA ITNVIATIoN,--Wo ospoolaly invito a trial by all thoso eufflororgi from Kidnoy and Liver comnplaint who havo fallod to obtain ro loie fromi othor romnodicn, and from doctora. Natnro's groat romndy.'--Dr. B1oll'?"1Ittor--han oiluotled olron In many obotinalo Onnon. It nots at oner on the knnoyn, livr, and bowels oloanon lng the Bsystem of .all poisonous humour. and rostoring a healthy oondltion of those important organs. Do not bo dlsouragod, but try it. 'ADV. WVANTED a competent HOUSE MAID, one accuatomed to. waiting at table. Apply MRS. S. MAJOR, Rlhylaworth, Kiama. E.S. & A.C. Bank,-Kiama Branch. N Agency at JAMBEROO is in course of arrangement. . IH. WHITTINGHAM, ,5.1-87-1, Manager. M1AMA Cottage Hospital A' Grand Dramatic Entertainment In aid of the funds of the above will be 'given in tho TEMPERANCE HALL TO-NIGHT! Dv stlt"r Boys' Atmatecer Dramatic Cliub, from Nowra, Enti?0d " Paul Pry," and ending with a Farce, "Area Belle." ietrihnontal Accompaniet......MISS ...
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 May 1887
MEETINGS TO BE HELD. Protootant Allianoe meeot Mn. !, at 7.80, No; 12, L.O.., meet Juno 7, at 7.00 No, 115 L.O0 ,, meets June U, at 7.30. No, 77, , O.6 oeeta Juno 1, at 7 p?m. No. 140, L.O.L., meet Juao 2, atTN p~m. Sons of Temperance, No. 27, moots May 18.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 May 1887
JOHN STEWART, Auctioneer, AND COMMISSION AGENT, BROUGHTON. FOR BALE. TrWO LARGE GALVANIZED IRON TANKS which will hold each about 1600 gallons. Those tanks wnro madoe xtra strozg for holding water for tho gaomoelor. Price £10ieach1 cash. Rlegulnr prico, about £15. S. MAJOR, 8-2-86 The Areada. KIERAN RYAN, Solicitor, etc. OFFICES : Terralong Street, Kiama. 8.23.87-.. GEORGE WALKER, UIntlertalcer, Cabinet-maker, Upholsterer. &c., KIAMA. Fcnerals conducted in any part of the dis trict at moderato charges. JoHN RITOHIE, SiHIP AND COMMISSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL PRODUCE MEROlIANT, Caiwdonian Wharf, Sydney. Btrioet Attention given to Returns, 7.?.1-86-y "Diseaeed Natore oftenthnss breaks forth in reroogo oreptions."-Act iii, Sc?eOo 1. TO THE PUBLIC. gO?Im palients storhng froom nervous affoo S+tiores re afraid fom1 shler haslfulnoss and modeaty to PlitliONAI.,Y consullt n medical juan-other patients hove not the seof-poesossion asd coolness when ihl the consulting romn, to accuratel...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. FIFTH SUNDAY AFTER EASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 May 1887
R EL IG O US. CIURCiH OF ENGLAND. FIiTII SUNDAY AFTEIR ]ASTER. Divine Sorvle will ho oondoutetd on Sonady next in the flhrorh of England OlCrolews by Rov. J. N. Prioo w follows: Christ Churoh, Klamesat 11 aem,--fornlg Prayer. Christ Ch?ur, p rm,--evtni Prayer St. George's, Gernsiogoe, etll gt.1 W. Crawley Forst, atlan.m,--r. 110. OKendall Services will be conducted in the Churoh of Englend Jamberon, end Shollharbour, by Dog. E. Cerlford on Sunday nOet, es follows Rhollherhoer, at 11 a.m, Jamberoo, at 7 p.m.
PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 May 1887
PARLIAMNTAEiY. : Up to 1883 Sir John Fowler has bean paid: over £38,000 in fees by New South Wales, *The revemuo of thd o'olony for tho pu6 ~montch showstan inero so of8 £987,5; %s comparudu with April last year. Mr. Sutherland's aotion in roforonoo to the .looomotive tenders is likoly to be challknged by the ultra.frooetradd .nienbers of tho As sembly. . . Tha Victorian Govornment .not session will ask for authority to expend £35,000 for 10 years to defray, with the other colo nics, tha cost of an Australian.floot. . Early on Wednesday morning in the As sombly there wr.re a number of disorderly soones, Mr. Allen, for histanco, promised to give Mr. Molvillo a pill that would quieten him, and Mr. Muolillo wanted Mr. Allon to c om001 on."
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Tuesday, 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 May 1887
TELEG1EAPHICI INTELLIGENOE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, Tuesday, 11a.m. At the adjourned annual meeting of the Mutual Provident Society the three uticcess ful candidates for directorship were declared duly elected. Mr. Goodlett, chairman, and Mr. Ives, vice-chairman, tendered thdir resignations, Sir Henry Parkos presented the Chinese Commissioners to the Governor. The Bulli Relief Fund to dato amounts to: £16,183. At a football match at Newington 0l-' lege on Saturday a son of Mr. Kenna, .of Orange, .fcll, amid roceivd alckiclk, fr?om the effcots of which he died on Sunday,. S7p.m. The cutter Pride of Logan has been wrocked at :Moresby Island, Now Guinea; The creoe and six Ohinamen woro murderod. The Governor holds a levee on Monday, 23rd instant, lin honor of the Queens birthday. Lord and Lady Drassoy arrived at Al. bany im their steam ynalct Sunbeam: The Government ofhfr £,50 reward in ad dition to the £50 olfered hy the Commercial Union Assurance Oo. to discover the per...
INSOLVENT ESTATE, TERRARA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 May 1887
INsOLVECT:sTATE TEIRRAA. FRno tho Shoalhaven News we learn" that a meeting in the insolvent ostato of Etlonno Do Mostro, of Terrar, was' hold at the Court House, Nowra, before IMr. L. S. McArthur (Districtl Commissioner.) Mr. Niohols ap pearodtfor liiolvout. Insolvent 'doposod : I wishl:to add to my schedulo the;clnim of the City Bank, which is botween £50,000 and £57,000 ; I attributo my Insolvoncy to being obliged to pay interost and compound intereston money borrowed on my'proporties.from['tholbaink:; th immnodiate cause of my insolvoncy was the pressure of ono of my creditors, Mr. Jno. IlcAr thur; I havo no objection to .tho claims of Doyle, Barham. Glass, and Armstrong, Iwho provud this morniug,j:uor to any of the otheor olaims. Ecxamined (bypfr, John.McArthur : MWy Os tate has been embarrassed for about eight or limo yecrs bytpaying intereat, butjl could nut state the exact length of time; I was aware that my estate was getting moregand more hoilleasly involved yoar by year; I...
GERRINGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 May 1887
G .1INGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, Tna regular fortnightly meeting of this Council was held on Monday last about the usual hour, and there were present-the Mayor, Aldermen Lee, R. Wilson, J. Wil son, A. Wilson, Noble, Sharpe, and Hind marsh. Minutes of previous meeting wereiread and confirmed. REPORTS. The Mayor brought up the report of the Finance Committee, recommending payment of the following accounts :-P. M'Kinnory, balance for metalling on Rose Valloy road, £11 18s; R. Jervis, on account contract at Mount Pleasant, £20; James Somer ville, commission on works, £3 bs id; P. and D. O'Keefe, on account metalling now road at Toolijooa, £5 ; Government Printer, for "Gazette" notices, £2 2s Gd; D. H. Davies, for day work, £7; J. Weston, for advertising tenders, £3 8s 4d. Total, £52 13s 11d. The Mayor moved the adoption of the re port, which was seconded by Alderman Noble, and carried, Alderman Hindmarsh brought under no tice of Oounoil the desirableness of making a slight alteration in th...
EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 May 1887
- - OPEAN NE S A Central News telegram from New York anys :-3Mr. Fitagerald, the pIresident of the Irish League in America, has received the fol. lowing telegram from Mr. Parnell:-" House of Commons, March 28, The Coercion Bill pro posed to-night is the 87th since the Act of Union 8" years ago, It is also the most strin gent, tyrannical, and uncalled for by the state of afliairs in Ireland. Never before has a Coer c.on Bill been proposaed when crime is so rapidly decreasing as compared with previous years. The measure appears designed to drive discoun tent boneath the surface, and places all public speakers, writers, and conductors of newspapoers at the absolute meray of magistrates hold g oflice at the pleasure uf the Crown. It con deems the Irish speaking peaaant of Kerry to the mercies of a packed jury of Orangeisen or landlords, or a jury of Euglishmen at the Old Bailey. Good judges consider the moving of the Bill will prove the ruin of the Cabinet. We must, hnwever, prepare for...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 May 1887
NOTES AN~D NEWS, A law prohibiting Sabbath work has been passed in Vienna2 and is so rigorously en forced that no morning paper can appear on Monday, as the printers are not allowed to work on Sunday. The "Port Macquarie News " says it has been proved by experience that colonial mahogany is not liable to attack by white ant. Australian beech is likewise ant-proof, and the Gunnedah pine also successfully resists the ravages of this notable pest. The Queensland native who recently mur dered his master on the Kimberley diggings, after being closely chased by the police and volunteers for some time, was at last come up with, when he resisted his arrest, and was shot dead by one of his pursuers. A final offer has been made to the P. and O, and Orient steam companies for the car riage of the Anglo-Australian mails. The terms are £170,000 per annum for a period of seven years, with penalties for delay and. no premiums for quicker passages than con tract time. The companies have not yet re ...
KIAMA POLICE COURT. MAY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 May 1887
EIALMA POLIOE O0U1'. MAY 9, Dsitona H. Conneli, Esq., P.M. Patrick Byrno, for being drunk and disorderly on the '(th instant, was fined lOs or 24 hours, and for using obscene language, fined ,I0s or 7 days. William Watson, a navvy, pleaded guilty to. being diunk and disorderly in Oollins.streeb, on 7th instant, and to using obscene languago. Defendant was also charged with assaulting one of the arresting constables, having threatened to knook their brains out with a glass bottle,, and kicked one of theni violently on the knee, endeavouring to soumuit a further assault but being prevented by the handcuffs. For this offence defendant was fined 40s or 21 days in Wollongong gaol, withl hard labour, and for the former offences 10 or 24 hours, and 2Os or 24 hours respectivoly.
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 May 1887
LOCAL ANTD lISTRIOT, NEWS; Tac unveiling of the Lacey iemnorhiul takes place at the public cemetery at 2.30 to.day.' To-Neour there is to be a grand entertain ment in the Temperance Hall in aid of the hos pital funds, Ma, Jons A. M'Ls.Aii has (says the ,Shoal haven Newe) baen instructed to retrirn to Now ra and continue clerical duties as Land Agent for two weeks, upon the.application of Mr. Macarthur, OPS., who recently had his right hand injured by a knife, a rusty blade of which ran into the thumb and caused the hand to be come much swollen, Teen few aboriginals reinisning in this dis trict received the blankets annually allowed last Monday, at the 'Court-houso, Nowra. The applicants were principally children, many of whom possessed extraordinarily clear complex lone, and the total number of blankets doled out was 109, During the past few years there has been a large decrease in the number of the "poor blacks " by death and migration.-. Shoalhaveu rNews. A' the invitation of Mr. ...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 May 1887
A o01oiE'r matoh was played on the 30th ultimo between the Foxground Publio School boys and the Kieni Public Schol boys, result ing in a win for the Kiama boys by 10 runs, The wickets were too weo for large scoring. Kendall with 23 and T. M'Olelland with 18 betted best for their respootive sides. Appone dod a?re the scoros: KYAMA PUiDLIC SOIOOL 0,0, First Innings. Second Innings. Barrett, a Wilsn...,,,... 8 .a Wilson..... 0 Oasmichael, b M'Ololland 2 o Shackle.... 0 Wilson, b M"Ololland..... 0 o M'Olelland 8 Kendall, b Wilson....... 1) oel axwoll.... 4 Miller, b MiOlelland...... 0 b MOl"lhand 5 Armstrong, a Keovers.... 0 e Shackle.... Arnold, b Wilson.......... e o Koevore, .. 0 Smith, b M'Olelland,,,,.. 1 run out..., 1 Piekoman, e Spoor......... 2 ondt? ot......3 3hlck, e Keevers........... 0o Spoor....... 0 Lewis, not out........ 1b M'Olelland 0 Sundries ............ 0, O 0 .31 FOXGROUND PUBLIO SCIOOL 0,0. First Innings, Second Innhigs. R, Wilson, b Miller....... 1 h.o,w......... ...
MAY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 11 May 1887
MA 10. Before Mossra. , Connell, P.Mf., and John Conway, J.P. Samuel Rftmeay, for being drunk and dis orderly in Kiauna was lined 10s or 24 hours. Charles Robinson, for being drunk and dis orderly at Gerringong on the 0th instant was fined 40s or 7 days' hard labour at Kiamn lookup. Jno. Collins, for a similar offence at same time and place, fined los or 24 hours.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 May 1887
WE SHOULD BLOT OUT DISEABSE IN ITS EARLY STAGES. TIrE disease commences with a slight do rangement of the stomach, but, if neg lected, it in time involves the whole frame, em braeing the kidneys, liver, pancreas, nand in fact tih entire glnandular systm ; anul the nfillicted dregs out a inisernble exi.tenco until death gives relief from suffering. The disease is often mis taken for other compllnint ; but if the reader will nak himself the following qnnatiols he will he able in determine whether lie himself is one of the afflicted :--Have I distress, pain, or dit lieulty in breathing after ealing ? Is therco dull. hinvy feeling, attended by drowineicss ? Have the eyes n yellow tinge ? Does a thictk, sticky mucous gather about tihe gulns and teeth in the mornings, accompanied by a diingreeanllo taste ? Is the tonaeilo cotod ? Ic there pain in tile sides and back ? Is there a fullness about the right iide as if the liver we re enlarging ? In there contivenecs ? Is there vertigo or dil....
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 May 1887
VARIETIE SB. School Teacher.--" Now, Master Thomp son, tell me the denominations into which English money is coined." Master Thomp son-" Don't know." School Teacher. " Don't you know how the money your father brings home every Saturday is di vided 1" Master Thompson-" 'Taint divided. lMa takes it all." " What pretty children you have," said the now minister to the proud mother of three little ones. " Ah, my little dear," said he, as Ihe took a girl of live on his lap, "are you the oldest of the family I" " No, sir," responded the little miss, with the usual accuracy of ch:ildhood, " my pa's older'n ime." M. Armand, a French savant, has stated to the Academy of Sciences that he has dis covered a sure antidoto to nicotine in the watercress. It destroys the poisonous effects of nicotine, and yet does not alter the aronma of tobacco. A solution of waterress may be employed for steeping the leaves of to bacco, and would thus divest them of their noxious properties. The fowl should always...