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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 May 1887

WERSLEYAN. 3erdlone will ho conldnted in the Woaloyan Churoh, on Sunday next, na follown : Kinlna, at 11 am,-fl,, I i-,1ohway lfama, at 7 p.m.--noe. (. 11. Glasuaon .Jamhbroo, at 11 a.m.--lev. II . .lolowe Jnmhernoa , at T p.m.--Mr. . A. Romcrvfllo Old Plnaoe at 2.80 pm.n--fee. It, 13. Ioweo, Gerringorug, at 11 n.mn-Mr. G. A. SomorvIllo OGmringontr, at 7p.m.-Mr. J. Graham. Foxronnd, at 11 a rm.n-Mr. J, Graham Shollharbour, at 11 a.m,--r. A. Fletcheor Shellharbhlr, at 2 pn.m--Rev. I, II. l?lewm Mr. O. A. Somorrllea will ondnot uaorlvioo at Mr, Nobloa Sladdloback on Sunday next at 2,80 p.,.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SMALL BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 May 1887

TOUCH O HANDLINLG OF CATTLE. IN judging cattle the touch as well as the eye is brought into request, and except in regard to certain points of conformation and colour, we are by no means sure that " touch " is not the most importan:t qualification. The skin and flesh can only be fully cx amined by touch or handling. And in as certaining if the bones are well covered with flesh, and if the latter is soft to the touch and ample in quantity on the examined points, the squeeze of the palm of the hand is not so delicate as tihe touch of the tips of the fingers, the former ascertaining the quantity, the latter judges of the quality. The touch may be hard or mellow, fine or harsh, good or bad, as it is frequently termed. A slow feeder is marked by hav ing a thick set, hard, short hair, which con stitutes a bad touch; a thin, meagre, papery skin, covered with thin silky hair, though the opposite of the one just mentioned, doese not constitute a good touch, but is indicative of weakness of c...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 May 1887

CONGOEGATION'AL CHlURCI1, 0]IRRnn ONO. The lov, . l eighway oonduots auerloes overy Sunday no follows: QerrongonR", at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. [The editor reqnesto that tihe rions clergymen ao ti?h district will forward nnnounementos of services to ho hold from time to time In their olhurohes, whch notioes will in all oases be inserted gratias.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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THE SMALL BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 May 1887

THE B~ALL BOY, We are familiar with one form or another of this interesting youth. The time has been when we were thrilled with a wild desire to slay him in cold blood. I-He is always pop. ping up in unexpected places at unexpected times. His mission on earth seems to be the mortification of his paroets, older brothers and sisters, and friends. And never was mission more faithfully performed. HIis keenest delight is in ' giving somebody away.' It is joy to him to inform sister Mary Jane's beau in Mary Jane's very presence that her four front teeth are false. We have even known him so dead to all sense of family pride as to enter into a detailed description of and make agonising references to the price of her back hair. He likes to terroriso his mother by asking her ' whose spoons they are' when she is giving a ' high tea.' H-e is always on hand when tihe minister calls, and makes himself generally useful in a gig gling, grinning way during the prayers cus tomary on such occasions. H...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 May 1887

The Kiama Reporter. MOR1NING SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1887. No ilatlor what yotr oI'elng or :nilnont Ia, Amnoilann Oo,' Ilop llltturs will dIo you good, Proveo it ri eeme-Advt, Theo ost of thi Rupply, orootion and winding of olooks in nll puIbllo buildinga in tho oolony for theo Isl 15 yeors has boan noarly £15,000, of whloh £13,003 13a DOI was paid to Mr, A., ''ornaghui. 'Tmasmn in proposes to colobrnto the Qucun's Jubilute by a riace mouting on Jluno 21 Rand I. demonstrtation of oltirons on tho 22nd. TOwnLIC'N Ponny3roy, l nild stuil pille for fo. nnlos quickly rorra ot i ll irrognlaritiio, and riollovo thel distryssing lymptos sn pr'varlont wlth tlue sox, lrxor o, IN 11. l oidi 2s. hil., of all Chlitlat mland Pntent Ii olm iuo Ve.aririrs. Pre. pirlod only+ by 'the linchhl i nn lh idlnnd Oiin iiu Dru'l Cot , Ihrncln, Il?gland. W\hnlnrIinlo alllho te holeslo 1lu.sOH. lUwnaro of u111tt. Lione,.-Adv, A SmECIAL INvIrr'TION,--WO epoolally invilo n trial by nll thoso uniforors from Kidnoy and ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 May 1887

Tll Assembly was startled on Wednesday night by some of the most shocking revela tions reflecting on the management of our so-called benevolent asylums. Mr. Dinus moved the adjournment of the House to bring under notice the report of .a board of enquiry into the management of thllose insti tutions, and the debate which ensued occu pied nearly the whole of the sitting. The report had been placed in the hands of the Colonial Secretary on Saturday last, and being of a voluminous character, Sit H nII tR PAIncits had not had time to digest its con tents before the subject was thus precipi tated by MIr. Dinus, who should have been in a position to have dealt with it some months ago, as the board of enquiry was appointed by him in November last when he occupied the position of Colonial Socre. tary. The board consists of MAr. T. K. AnnOTT, S,M., Ohairman, and at the time of his appointment a police magistrato, De. AslounRToN TieoulPson, Deputy fMedical Ad viser to the Governmont,'and Mr. Iu...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 May 1887

Kiamna Cottage Hospital. rfllIIH npoenin of thlo bovo will take plaoo on . HA'T'URIDAY; MAY 21, by Dr. 11. J. Tar rnnt, ox M.?,A. Teoro will be a publio domon. Htralion, 'T'ho matron and wrdnmlin having arrived proviounly, will bo there in attendance, F'urthor partioulars in future ienne, J. IIOLBIOOK, 5-14.87.1. lloe. Soo; COVENTRY HOUSE WATCHMAKING AND) JEWELLERY ESTABLISHMENT, ,q.ý K1A MA, ,. A. SMITIH, Prnotiualt Watohmkeor ' and Jeweller from " Coventry (late of 1]3nlin), BEr8 to informn tho inhnabitants of Kiiin a narl iniounding distrit? ltint Iho will cam monto )bui?iies O n the 10 Irit INSTANT', in Mr. II; hlond's Carpniiolur' Shop (noxt to Lowies snddlury) " A . , hinng hand 15 yeonars' eporlnoe In the Watomhlking and ln p1irinig l18t1ene gltarn't teon to give oltireo stll'niotiont to those who may entrust hinm with thuir orders. .,7.87, THE numerous constituents of the under signed and the inhabitants of the district generally are respectfully informed that his first Ship...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 May 1887

TOPIOS OP TH. DAY. Tni dramatio ontortainment giveo by Our Boys' Amateur Dramatic Olub (Nowra) in, the Temporanoe Hall, Kiama, last Wednes. day evening was a gratifying success; adding handsomely, as it must have done, to the funds of our local hospital. The assistanceo is not untimely, as the expenses of manage. meot are just commeonoing. " Our Boys" (and we are proud of such fine, generous fellows i) had a large and appreciative audi ence to admire their excellent representa. tion of the comic drama " Paul Pry." Mr, i, Whittingham took the leading part, and kept the lead well to the end, till hie obituary was pronounced in the soleamn and warning epitaph, "' Died of natural curiosity." Who could grieve over the latter end of a man whose insatialle curiosity and relish for scan dal during his whole lifutime from the cradle to the chimney led him into such tragic didliculties ? Mr. Whittingham was well sup. ported by Mr. A, O. Green, asCapt, lHaselton; 8, H., Cohen as Mr. Old Button...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 May 1887

00MME I01AL. fhttor, lst per lb ..................... 0 0 7 to 0 0 0 'a t itor di ........................... 0 0 0 1 0 on per ....,............ ..... . 0 0 0 0 to Cheel . lto . 0 0 0 0 'nlow, per ton ..................... . 17 0 0) ,, 180 0 J'ie, Iolove, per lb............ . 0 0 , 0 0 Colvos, ot',,.......,,...,.,,,,....,.. 0 0 0 2 0 0 Illdes ...,,, ......,, ............,, ... 0 0 23 0 0 Il Molee, por bushel ..................... 0 0 0 0 0 0 Oaten ]JL?y, po r ton..................... ,t 0 0 ~ 1 0 0 Luerne Ilny, per ton,................ 0 0 10 0 My 1 0 ,, 110 0 ]otot os per ton ........................ 0 10 0 , 1 0 F'ourls, per par ..,.,,..........,........ , 0 0 0 , 0 (I 0 ])lhOc t, e pOtrp , ......... .... ........... 0 0 0 ,, 0 4 0 Oolco, eOu plir .... ., ,,., ........ 0 0 0 0 0 'l.'rkoey, pe pni?lr.,.,,,.................., 0 0 , 0 10 0 I'go,pet dlozen .............,,,,,,........ 0 1 8 ,, 0 1 0 Malyl,2, . 188

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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 May 1887

MEETINGS TO BE HELD. Proroitant AIUanoo meett "May II, at 7.30. No. 11,. L.O.L., meets Jun 7, at 7.0. N'o. 77, LO.L., nmoet June 1, at 7 p.m.i No. 140, L.O.h., meets Juna 2, at 7.74 p.m. Bonu of Temperanuo, No, 27, meeta Maty 18.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 May 1887

JOHN STEWART, Auctioneer, AND COMMISSION AGENT, BROUGHTON. FOR BALE. TWO LARGE GALVANIZEI) IlON TANKS which will hold oaclh ahont 1600 gallno. . 'Ilseo tanks were mlldo oxtra striog for hohling water for the gasometlo'. Prico £l10och, cash. Riegilar price, about £15. S. MAJOR, -2-86 The A renoad' KIERAN RYAN, Solicitor, etc. OI 'I ES : Terralong Street, Kiama. 3.23.87-. GEORGE WALKE 1R, Undertakler, Cabanet-mnaker, Upholsterer. &c., K I A M A. Funerals conducted in any part of the dis trict at modornte charges. .Ton . 1I rTCH. IE, SH-IP AND COMMITSSION AGENT, AND COLONIAL PRODUCEI MEIillCIIANT, Caledolian Wharf, Sydnly. Strict Attention given to Returns. 7-81-86-y "D)iseased Nallto ftentlllhnes break forth in trallngo erIlptionsl."--Act iii, Solie 1. TO THE PUIBLIC. iOME patientlls suffering froln inrvoan naec 1 tile are afraidl fronn sheer hnalhf1llhns nu1ll modesty Ito 'IRSONAILY onsllalt a uoledienl mllanl--olthlr pationIs ave 1101 I' selF'-posnsssinill anic'llrl coole wh...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 May 1887

PflRflTICltAN. Roer¶10 will be nondnoted in the Provbytorian Churohoe on Sunday next by Roe. J, Wlhon us followus i Jemberoo, nt 11 n.m. Xhmnee at 0.8O p.n. lihuea, at 7 p.m.

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. FIFTH SUNDAY AFTER EASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 May 1887

RELI GIOUS. CITUROII OF ENOLAND. mIF-'lI SUNDAY AFTIlR IASTER. Dirino Bordno will bo Ponduoced on iSunday next in the Clhudl of uEgland Churohes by Rev. J. I1. Prioo as follows: Ohriat Chnrch, Klnmn, nt 11 n.m.--?orning Pa1yer. Christ Church, 7 p.n.--Eventon Prayer St. Gooseo'a, Gerringong, at 2.M n.n. Crewloy Forest, at 11 an..-Mr. . . OK. ndall Servince will bo conduoctd In the Church of EIlnoinn JTnmbc.roo, nnl Shellharbour, by Rev. E. Crleford ou Sunday next, as follows: Shellharbour, at 11 a.m. Jambosroo, at 7 p.m.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 May 1887

NOTES AND NEWS, The final sitting of the Imperial Confer ence was held on Monday. It is uncertain whether the Queen's statue for the pedestal' at the top of King.street will arrive in time for tho centennial cele bration. The wife of a young minor arrived in Newcastle from the old country the other day to find that her husband had just eloped with his landlord's daughter, aged 15. The Queen will lay the foundation stone of the Imperial Institute on July 4. The amount subscribed in Great Britain is £150,000. Mr. Railkes, the British Postmastor-Gene. ral, has. adopted the suggestion for reduced postage for letters going all by sea between England and Australia. The last subjects discussed by the Im perial Conference were with reference to colonial Governors and prerogatives of mercy and, uniformity of method in prepar ing census returns. Olarke, the boarding-house keeper at Tae mas Bridge, near Yass, who reported that he had been robbed and tied to a tree, has been arrested on a charg...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TERRIBLE RAILWAY ACCIDENT NEAR MELBOURNE. FIVE PASSENGERS KILLED AND 150 INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 May 1887

TERRIBLE RAILWAY ACOIDENT NEAR MELBOURNE, FIVE PASSENG ERS KILLED AND 150 'INJURED. Tr?e " Echo's "correspondent telegraphs thlat on Thursday night a terrible railway acci dent occurred near the Windsor station, re sulting in the death of five passengers and the injury of about 150 others. The excite ment in Mclbourne is very great. The fol lowing are the particulars so far as can be gathered, The accident occurred between Prahran and Windsor, when the 5.40 ox. press train from Melbourne to Windsor crashed into the 5.30 ordinary train, which left Flinders-stroot 10 minutes before the ex press train. The 5.30 train 'left on time, carrying a large number of passengers, mostly for im mediate stations between Melbourne and Windsor, When the tralis was within 200 or 300 yards of the Windsor station the hose pipe of the steam hrake broke, and the train came to a sudden stop. The guard immenciiately got out to examine the gear to see what haId occurred with a view of taking somla immediate...

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CO-OPERATIVE BUTTER FACTORY AT BROUGHTON CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 May 1887

o0-OPRAT7, ,~UTT,1R 1ACTORY AT 0 RO? , K OQ ?.R.. _ Fnlo. the h'iioa0fh i flieraph we learn that on Friday, (ithl itilf. e ?ting was hcld in the Agricultural Hall, BIloughton Creek, for the purpose of .takin" steps to establish a co-opera tivo batter facloty at,lhroughton Creek. There were hetween forty aitnift.y.persons preseut. '`he meeting wa8ian;ýftlitisiaatic one. Si er course of his remarks; ` '' d'thb·yw+wro"dr leto the reform they sought. ]Mr. John Stewart said, in connection with dairying, he would ask was it at present carried oni under tile most satisfactory conditions. He noticed by the returns that factory Inade but ter always commanded a higher price in the market than the butter made in tile old way, no matter how good the latter Inight be. Tile Albion Park Factory butter, and that made by tile separator, as a rule always sold at a high price. During the last few Iolths, tile results from dairying were very unsatisfactory. He knecw of some0 dairymen who had not receiv...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KIAMA RIFLE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 May 1887

KIAMA nIFLE ABSOCIATION. Ti?n monthly competition oE the above takes place at the usual placo on Wdcnesday next, 181th instant, conmenncing at 11 o'clock. The fbllowing are the handicaps decided upon for tlu .oirrent twolv,, months:- Soratch-H-, Honey. 1 point-J, Hicks. 2 points-H. Hilcks, I,. F, Mlood. 7 ,, Jas. Spinks, IH Gordon, 8 ,, J. Marks, W, Finlayson, T. Spinks. C 9 points-0. W,, Oraig, J. MtO!oan. 11 ,, '8 Marks; 12 ,, T. Honey. ,16 ,, R, Marks. The quarterly priz?e meeting is postponed until the end of Juno next,

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 May 1887

PARLIAMENTA I. The duties on bacon, butter, cheese and Ihm, galvanised manufactures, paints and doors are to be retained. That on biscuits is reduced from 2d to Id per lb. Duties will be collected on 36 articles in all. The second reading of the Corporation Act Amendmment Bill was negatived on Wednesday in the Council by 23 to 11. The third reading of the Sixth Judge Bill was passed in the Council on Wednesday, although opposed by Mr. Do Sails, who thinks our judges are overpaid. In connection with the polling for the Mudgee election on Wednesday the latest returns give Mr. John Hlaynes a majority of 191 votes over Mr. COrden, and his return is certain. An amendment in the Assembly, to re. duce the beer duty from 3d to 2d. was re jected by 42 to 12. The bill authorising the imposition of tihe duty was afterwards laid on the table. The duty is to be collected from May 1. The final report of the commission for the conservation of water has beeoon handed to the Minister for Mines, the ...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday, 12 noon. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 May 1887

TELEGI APIHIC INTELLIGENOCE. (FROMl OUR OWN coRRssP'ONI) NT.) SYDNEY, Friday, 12 noon. In the Assembly, after the preliminary business was transacted, Sir IH. Parkes moved the adoption of fresh proposals for cloture, He spoke for over an hour, and said he was willing to submit his resolution to the consideration of the whole House, the Standing Orders onmmittee, or a Select Oom mittee, MAr. Abbott moved as an amend ment that the proposals be submitted to the Standing Orders Committee. After some debate the amendmentl was agreed to. A bill to authllorise the deferred payment of balance due on auction sales of certain classes of Crown lands, making tile terms of purchase 25 per cent, deposit at the time of sale, the, balance extending over five years bearing interest at 5 per cent,, passed through all its stages, The Beer Duties Bill passed through corn mittee, and thie Hlouse adjourhed at half-past one till Tuesday mnext. The Post Olliceo letter carriers receivoe lt entire holiday on...

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KIAMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MAY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 May 1887

IAMIA MC1UNIOIPAL COUNCI L, MAY 12. Piese'r : The Mayor, (1I. F. Noble, Eaq.), and Aldermon G. Somerville, C, WV. Craig, J. T. Cole, T. Love and J, Simmons. Corroapondence : The outward correapond ence included aI letter to Messrs. Synott & Co. per Mr. G, G. Johnson, referring to V, Carson's complaint r the the recent blasting accident at the quarry, and requesting that precautionary Ima auras be adopted to prevent a recurrunce. To the Cohlonial Secretary requesting an ex tensIon of tuna to comIplte asseusment. From Mr., Marshall, Council's solicitor,,re. questing cheque il paymInnt of Mr. Collin's (counsel's) fees, £10 LOs,. in connection with Tramway Bill, From Mr. Rosabach, Road Superintendent, roplying to Council's letter of 20th ultimno, that th' ndcussary repairs to thileMain South Road through Jainboroo will be done in conjunction with thle arection of the proposad n clvert no soo0n a the plans for the latter have boon ap proved. Front Mr. G. G. Johnson in reply to Co...

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