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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 May 1887

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. t?vInv witnerses, all minirs, gave evidence at Iho Bulli inquiry oin Wednesday, testifying to the frequent preseneo of gas 'in the mine and the great carelessness exercised inl dealing with it. ON Sunday night last,"'(ays the Shoalhaven Telegraph) a fire was observed in thu vicinity of Mr. U. Fitzgerald's haystack at KIangaroo Valley.' On proceieding to the spot, it was llund that the stack'l?wa on fire, the whole of which was cOlulllled. There was about tolln tons of prille (aten hay, and it was valued at £75. IThe police have the matter in hand ; and if, as is supposed, the tire was the work of an inouln. diary, we shall no doubt soon hoar of the cul. prit being brought to justice. A POPULAR FALLACY.--Many people think that rheumlatism cannot be cured. It is caused by a had state of the blood which deposits poisonous matter in the joints and nmuscles, causing lainees, etliffness, and swelling of the joints, andt oxernciating pains. Dr. Bell's (Kid ney and ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MONUMENT TO THE LATE DR. LACEY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 May 1887

MONUMENT TO THE LATE DB. LAOCEY. Tome unveiling of the imonument ereoted in thle puliolictomelry to the menmory of the Into Dr. 0. W. Lacey tool Ilac on Wednesday leit. Tite imelmlberl of the two Friendly Societies to which the doctor was ntltanched-the Oddfellows and the Sons of Temporance, with some Free masons--formed in procession at the Courthouse anod proceeded to the celoetery, followed by a large nluller of people ill uggies and a few of the general public onl fool. At the monitmittent the ;ansemblage numlberoed little short of onle hunidred. T'lie followinlg deseription of the monument was hsaded to uts for publication by the secre tary to tIhe memorial fund, Mr. G. Chapmnan: Tlhe whole structure, from the bluestone base to ilte top of urn, is about 15ft. It rests on a concrete foundation, lie side walls of wllich are 1 foot thick, 4 faeet long, and 5 feet high, and rise on either side from the aIme level on which the eoflin reute. The walls are spanned and crowned with a b...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KIAMA MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 May 1887

?IAMA MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY, TisII sooiety held its usual weekly meeting inl the GE. Schoolroom on Tuesday, evening last, In the absence of the President, one of the Vice-Presidenths (S. Maior, Esq.), oc. oupied the chair, Minutes of previous micet ing were read and adopted. Mr. G. Oou. sins?yproposed Messrs, Dalgleish and Reeks for membelorship, A motion *to adopt the Carlyle system was lost, the majority of the mombhred onsidrting that such a thing was proemature at present. The rest of the oven. ing was taken up with.impromptu addresses and' recitations, in which.the chairman and Messrs, Cousins, HTustwick, Ritchie, Hebgg, ampeholl, Gray, Dalgleish, 3eavis, Kendall, and Somnerville took part, -Some discussion took place as to the sulbject for debate next night of meeting, and it was eventually doe idcted that it beo--"'' Which exrcises the greatest influence for good on society--man or woman '" Mr. Ritchie to aflirnm the latter and Mr. Major to take the opposite view. ]seofe...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 May 1887

FUNERAL. THE friends of the late George Grey are re-   spectfully invited to attend his funeral, to move from his late residence, Mount Salem, on SUNDAY AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock. GEORGE WALKER,   5-14-87-1. Undertaker.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 May 1887

WE SHOULD BLOT OU'T DISEASEb IN ITS EARLY STAGES, TI1E disonse commences with a slight de ra;geornent of the stomachl, Int, if Ineg lected, it, in time involves the whlole frame, oa bracing tlhe kidneys, liver, pancreas, and in fact the entire glandular system ; and tihe nmfflicted dmrages ant a meorable existence until death given relief from sleforilg. The disease is often mie. taken for other conplaints; bhut if the reladler will nsl himslft' tho following Iquestions lie will ble able to deatoermine whether he himself is one of the afllicted :--HIave I distress, pain, or dii ticulty in breathing after eating ? Is tlhero a dull, hanvy foeeling, attended by drowsiness ? lIav the eyoes a yellow tinoge ? Does a thick, sticky mucous gather about the gums nnd tooth in the mnornings, nccompalnied by a disagrleeable tastoe ? I the tolnlo coted ? Is there painl in the sides and bock ? Is there a fulhltse about the right side as if the liver eoro elnlarging ? Is there cosltivooss ? Is ther...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WON'T KISS A GREASY BIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 May 1887

WON'T XISS A GEASY DIBILS, TuE Melbourne "Age "states that a curious scene was witnessed recently at tho City Police Court during the hearing of a case of larceny as a bailee prfecrred by Jolhn W, Fraser, against a young man namned Moss, The latter was accused of appropri. ating to his own use the sum of £7, whiclh he had obtainted be selling some fruit which did not belong to him. To prove the charge, the prosecutor, a stevedore, entered tihe witness box, Beforo beIing sworn hie called attention to the filty condition of tho Bible, which for a very long timo..lhas done duty in the court, A dirtier-looking book it would be hard to produce, -Addres sing tihe Beonch, Mr, Fracer said hle desired to be sworn by making the usual allirma tion, Mr, Oall, P, .: On what grounds, sir ? The witnces: On sanitary grounds chiefly, Look at the filthy state of the book, I object to kiss it, A wvonan with eryoipolas or some other disease has just done so in my presence, and I decline to put the book...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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NEW CLOTURE RESOLUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 May 1887

NEW OLOTURE I-RESOLUTIONS, IN thile AsHoembly on Wecdnesday Sir IHenry Pnrkee gave notice of tlie followilng reeolu lions: That thi TIoHeos, in the exercise of the powers conferred by section 35 of the Constitution Acl, agrees to anld adopts tihe following as Stuiding Orderb of this IlouSO, and nutliuorios Mr. Spnkelc to Iroenot the saine to his Excel leoncy the Gouvernor for approval: (1.) No motion for tile adjournment of the IIouo Bshall b entertained, except for the pur pose of discussing a definite matter of urgent publlio importance, thle ebjoct of which shall be firat stated to the Speaker in writing, and no esuch motion shalll be proposed until the consent of the Speaker hase een given, on the groulnd that the milatter is of urgent poal io ihnportance ; and when, after auch conoent, the motion is pro p6oed, i Tlhat this House do now adjourn," or any mction which the Speaker shall consider of like charnacter, such motion shall be openly proposed without any words from thelo m...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EDITING WITH THE SCISSORS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 May 1887

EDfITINQ WITH THE . 8O0ISSORS, Toni above remark is froquently made in connoction with newspapers. On the con trary under proper ciroumstances, it should be regarded as a compliment of a high eharaoter, Thu same paper may be ably cdited with the pen and miserably odited with the soissors. A mistaken idea prevails that the work of the latter is mero child's play-a sort of hit or miss vonture-requir ing hardly any brains mid still lessjudgment; that the promiscuous and voluminous clip. pings are sent in a batch to the foruman, and with that the editor's duty ends and that of the foreman begins, Instead of this, the work roquiroes much care and attention, with a keon comprehension of the faot that ccch day's paper hls its own needs. The exchange editor is a painstaking, conscien tious, methodical man, always on the alert, quick in appreohnsion, retentive in memory, shrowd in discornaont, Ho reads closely, aulls carefully, .oiiits and amonds, discards and cligests,mwoi r ignoring the fa...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 May 1887

WESL'YABNo ervlooo ?nll dI eondluchedlin tho :Woeloya n Chamah, on funday next, as ollonwa : Kanea, nt 11 nan,--Mlr. W, Coarfarfl Iflnan, at ? p.m,--Rev. B,. . flowas Jnmlnroo, at; II anm,--M[r. J. Oralamnu Jnmbono, at? pmm,--Mar, A, Mctcheor Ohl 1'aco a t 2,80 pema--Mlr, A Fatchlor GOringoang, at. 11 n.--aov. O, f. (t{hson Oeo~rtngon', at ? p.ma--Bar. O, B. CItaeon 2roxfrounnd, at 11 n,m.--Mr. C. A. Snomervllo ?hollharoaua at, II n.m.-lIov. B, i], Iowen

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TEXAN COURTSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 May 1887

TEXAN COURTSHIP, Ire sits on ona side of the room, in a big white oak rocking chlair; she on thre other side, in a little whiteo oak rocking chair. A long-eared deerhound, snapping at flies, is by his side; a basket of sewing by lhers. Bloth rock incessantly-that is, the young people, not the dog and basket, He sighs heavily and looks out of tihe west window at a myrtle tree; she sighs lightly and gazes out of the east winrdow at the turnip patch. At last, he remarks, "This is mighty good weather to pick cotton." "'Tis that, if we only had any to pick." The rocking continues. " What's your dog's name ?" " COoony," Another sigh-broken stillness, " What is hie good fur ?" says he, abstract odly, "your dog 00ony," "Fur ketchin' 'possurums." Silence of half an hour. " He lookls like a deer dog." " \VWho looks like a deer dog I" " Coony." " Ho is; but he's kinder bellowsed, an' getting old an slow now. An' hie ain't no count on a cold trail." : In the quiet 10 minutes that ensues she tak...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 May 1887

CONC1I1EOATTONAL CITURICH, GHERlINGONG. Thoe Iov, G. Gleighway eonodots eorvlces coery Bundoy an followeo GOn'oougoo, oh 11 n.m, rnod p.m., ['ho editor roeqon Ilint the anrloons clemorpmon of tho diotelt will forword nooooacomenio of oereleoo to ho hold irom lmo to limo In their ehuroho, nwhlh notieeos 0ll in nil man be insartod grtlh,[ The Kiama Reporter. o- PUDIIBAIIED lIVERY WEDNESDAY AND BATPURDAY IDORdNINGI. WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1887.

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 May 1887

VARIE'TIES. Thu diet of persons troubled with diar rhma, or just rccovering from such corn. plaints, is often a cause of anxious inquiry. lEirs is a safe and simple ditary : Itico water or boiled milk, not too cold, as drink and nutrition; rice with boiled mrilk as food. The whites of eggs well beaten up and sugared, add spirit when needed, form an easy means of sustaining strength until re covery is established. Half our colds would be avoided alto. gother if we did not allow ourselves to got gradually chilled by going with insullicient clothing, or sitting in chilly rooms, allowing an uncomfortable condition ofchillinese. A brief, sharp exposure is less dangerous if quickly followed by the proper temperature. -There should not be a hot-house atmosphere or a summer climate in our homes, In that case the change is too great from the out to the in-door atmosphere. News (says the "Otago Times ") hlas been recsived at Lagos from the Frensh settla. inent of Porto Novo of some horrible a...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 May 1887

Tune MIayor of Kiama took a right stop in summoning the special meeting of the Coun oil which was heldyostoerday, The moeeting was called to consider a communication from one of our resident medical practitionore- DI..WVi so--in which it was shown that in one ;of our public streets a family was living'in 'a' fvoer.strickeon hlovel which should h?ave booblong ago condemned as unlit for human habitation, This dilapidated rook cry is situated just below a Ohinamon's gar den, through which flows a filthy semi stagnant stram, doubly polluted by the gas works and tho gardon, which has latterly received additional consignments of oflten. sive matter from a slaughter yard that has long boon a subject of complaint. The proximity of the habitation in question to nsuch unwlahlosoieip influonoe w¶peud be onough in itself to account for an dhitbreaklof- dis. easoe; but when. it is ascortained that the polluted water of the creek has been used for domestic purposes by thu family referred to, noth...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 May 1887

D)ANCINGr CLASS. AT MRS. BRAMLEIY'8, Bona Bong Street, on T'IIUIHSDAY.EVRNINGS at halfplast eoven. Ternms ONE GUINEA por qnrltnr in advance. 5-18 86-in. A GRAND ENTERTAINMENT To D II ELD IN THE T mperance Hall, Kiama, ON JUNE 8th, 1887, .IN AID OF T'H11 FOR PARTIOULARS SI1fI PROGRAMME. B, MI'UCKIN, JUNN., 6-18-874-w,. Secretary. KAMA ATHLEWB CLUBB *0 - SO - SHEFFIELD HANDICAP to be run at K IA' M A , on 7 UJ L, 3 2 1m 160 Yards, IstPrizo £35; 2n o£10; 3rad £3; 4\th £2. NOMINATIONS (onelosing 5i) dlose JUNE 4. ACOIIPTANOIIS 5s, close JUNIE 115h. Regoisterod iundor Sir Josoiphi Banks'. Rulos, " Pant porfmirmannoos fir thl Inst 2 yoars inont 'boe ant in; if noneo, all proviou?s purlorlnnrluco lfalt be mHOlt, , A. . RlUSSELL, ,. Jointl : . DEITZ, Soorotari e, 5.18.876. Kinma. : ' IjAstien to WYour WIfe. The IManucohesr OuAilnol, Junio Bith, 1883, lmys: At one of the. 1! Windows" a . Looking aon tho woodland ways I With clpinsl of rhododondoroln alnd groat innason of May blossoms I 11 ' ...

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TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 May 1887

TOIO OPF THE DALY. Arru r c aonaldorable delay our KIlnma Hosplltanl will aborlly be opened, probably during the present weeook, The poplo of lthe dlatrlot) have boon oneomnmooly liberal in supporting the juovemlelt frolm It it l inatiton Ip to the preooelt tinme, Wl!hether they will continueo to do so in theo futuro is another quoallon, Thelio?openso orf imilntoauitine sld inanaglinont willnio dloubt be considerable, and will be mnore or less a tax upon thelobonovolenc of the people, and the bonovoleotit section of the conmmunity are pretty heavily taxed at the present time in supporting and aiding local charities, churches, ministerse, niasionaries, and the heathen. It is to be hloped, however, that an institution of such a philanthropic and oharitable nature will not be allowed, after such an auspicious commeollonco mont, to languish for want of- funds, even though soeno of the beforo-inontioneod charities should suffer. Soni people predict that the hospital will bo as great a " ...

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COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 May 1887

O0MMER IAL, South Coast and nWestl Camden Co.oparatlve Company (Limited.) BoT'ron.-Tn fair demand durieg this wook, nsnd market eloses firm for good butte(cr. At yester day's auction fectory.ronealiaed lOdrl to Is 4),d per Ib; dairy' 7(d to 1 id per lb. Buyers are now pturohtising with more confideneo and our sale iooms ar'o well attendedl, but it is still very dillicult to quit any quality Ilt tirst.clase. Unnon.-Cotuiung to hain. in better condition, and Cselling readily at quoltations (6d- to 7d pe,' lb.) Cheesao.-Still very plentiful, demand:good, and sales satislactory at quotations. Eggse.--Slightly lower. Figs.-Still a glut in the market; qluantities from Iorlhern ports ar unorlnous, andl prices very low. Calves.-Prices reaTlied yesterday show im pro 'emnnt. Following ame the quotations: ]ltt(er, sl, porlb...................... O 0 to 0 0 laceto lTy d(itto ........................... O0 0 1 0 Itoe p r lb .i......................;,.... O 0 0 O tces ditt.. .... . 0 ,, a e Tallo...

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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 May 1887

LOQAL AND DISTRZOT NIWS. Missan, . T. Thlorburn and John Smith aro nominated for thle vacancy in the Nowra Municilpl Council caused by the resignation of AldcJrman \Vatson.i, ., Tue Broughton Ooek'oLDel.ing '.oriety con gratulates Kiatna on starting a sinlilar society, and oxprcsses the hope that the two ansocieties will be mutually serviceable to each otlher. As tihe best site for a butter factory at Broughton Creek the mill paddock oplposito the police station has beeu selected. 730 shares have already beenu takuen up in the proposed factory, IN cooncetion with the recently-formed Athletio Club, Kiaila, a £50 Shefloield flandi cap is alnnounced fqr 31st June, to be run under the Sir Joseph Blanks rules, nudminuations 'to cloco on 4th Jine, MIsa lhxoc hls received as a 'testimonial a gold albert uand 'aii address as a recognition of past services ill 'onnecotion with St. Luke's Church, on the veo of hler departuro fromn Broughton Oreak, A oolusarol ns?s to the Milton Ttmes Is outsp...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 May 1887

NOT2B AND, NWS, Nearly 400 children of the lpublic school, Inverell, have forwarded a jubilee address to Lord Oarrington for tramsmnission to the Queen, The Attornoey-Gonoral has decided not to undertake criminal proceedings against Mossrs. ,. and A. Kurts, tailors, with reo. gard to the Kurrajong Heights land allot Inents. Owing to. he harassing dimensions of the depu tation-niuisance the Governmont have decided not to receiv deputat8ions in future about suich matters as can be satisfactorily represented in lotters. The Government havo uhdor consideration the system of managing thl asylums for do stitute persons. Provision will probably be made for allowing aged nmarried couples to live together instead of being separated as at present., The new southern morning train ran for the first time on 'Thursdty; it is a fast goods train, leaving at 4.lO a.m,, and reach ing Albury shlortly after 8 p.m. This train now carries the morning newspapers, The title suggested by the delogates for a...

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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 May 1887

MEETINGS tj'0 BE HIELD, I'n~rotfnnfe Allinnee nnete itA)~ e5 t 7.03O. No, 12, L.O.L., moot Joiio'7i ot 7.30 No. 11l, T l.O.L, meeto Jooo 0, ot 7.30. No. 77, L.O.T., :loeooJooo 1, it 7 pIe.m No. 10, lO.r..o ie. t Jooi 2, ot. 7.31 pom. 30o0 Of Tcmpeimnoc, No. 27j meooto Say 38.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 May 1887

,JOHN 2'TEWAR~T,, AND C119?l I J?SS ON A GENT, BROUGIHTON. FO, BALE. TWO LARGE GALVANIZED IRONTANKS which willl hold each about 100 ganllonle. Theso tanks wore made extra tlroig for holding wator for the gacomoetor. Pilco £10each, cash. Regular plice, about £15. s, MAJOR, 8-2-86 ''Tho Arcadelo. KIERAN RYAN, 3olicitor, etc. OFFICES: Terralong Street, Kiama. 3.28.87-.. GEORGE E WALKE?i, 1undertaker, Cabunet.maker, Uph1olsterer. &c., KIAMA. Funeoral conductod in any part of the dis triot at modoaala charges. JOHN RITTOIHIE, 8HIIP AND COMMI[SSION A(I'ENT, ANDI) COLONIAI PRODUCEi: MEIOIIANT, Calodoniann \Vhmnrf, Sydney. Strict Attention 'iven to etiurns. 7-41-80-y "Disrea~sed Ntnluro ofontillnoe breaks fortll in etrmgo erpionptis."-Act iii, Selio 1. TO THE PUBLIC. OIIME patients t ffi'ri? from iorvaous lflc 1 tioos are tafraiid tfrrm alicer hl,,thfrillhtei alod IIollesty to PIIIIiiONAI 1. cotaai?t a IieIdii('el man --other pation!ito have not thoe al f-poo.esi:II eand coolneli wh...

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