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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 May 1887

NOTES AND NWS.x A mummy, supposed to be 3000 years ohl, will reach Sydney in a few ldays for the MIusecum. The Minister for Works has givon instruc tions that in future only colonial leather is to be used in tram and railway car seats. It is proposed to hold a monster Sunday school gathering in Sydney in connection with the Queen's Jubilee. Thie rabbit inspectors' reports for March shoe that dluring the monfth 777,719 rabbits were destroyed throughout the colony. Mr. D. F. M~'Kay, of Singleton, has sold hris famous blood stallion Grandnmaster to the lHIon. J. Eales for 1200 guineas. RamImerse, alias Ogle, a notorious sport. ing man, ha:s failed, his schedulo showing liabilities £1526 3s 4Id, and assets 10s. Thu erection of the rabbit.proof fence on the Queensland horder is rapidly progressing. Rabbit's across the border are reported to be increasing fast. Emile Paul was sent to gaol for six months for robbing Reubeon Taylor of £13 and a wvatchl while the latter was lying intoxicated...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 May 1887

TOPIOS O~ THE DAY, To be thankful for small mercies is not a too general chlaracteristic of humuan nature. The lman who, wheln blored )by' his nceighbours ablout tho unpleasantness of the weather, replird that he was thanlkful thro was any wocther at all, is sonarcely a rlprhc entativs character, Nevertheless thIore are amongst uS, fortunately, those whlo prefer viewing the brighlt side of things, extracting from life all the good tlhey can enjoy, bearing withl stoical philosoplhy tile evil that is itcovitable, Ibut not lodlking for it or inviting it, tnd abovo all scatterillng theo sreedls of kindlness by londing a helpling hland to others, Of suchl a happy dispositioln apparOently are " Our boys" of Nowra, who last weotk paid their own expenses from Nowra to IKiama and back to give an amateur tnamatic entertain mont in aid of our hospital, Tlhey had a very appr'eciative house, and tllhat seems to hIlavo outweighled everytllillg--lhospi tal oom mittoo and all, After tlheoir ohallri...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 May 1887

A drughlts ind choe olub hIae booin formiol at Blathuret. Purify the blood, alonrso the stomach, nnml nwoeton tho brontl withi Ilop Illttnmrl, Ammer~l tcan Un,'s only gonuilno, Ieand-Advt, Oswrld Wllkineonm, nn Omlployd at the Aus. tralinn ]oot FactIrlory, hlne hoon commnilttlod for trianl for a murderous nttompmt to shoot a follow worklmalml, Thi Now Zealand (lnveornmnont, by a cocn promlueo wllth lthe Opposltion, have oarrllod tIhe .oproeontation B11, whloh filxc tho niuimbuer of roproonlltatlvoe at 01, 11lcur/'il s cWICAmIurI-T, ho worth Immoro I haim riohos, for without it miche, enmmmot ha enjoyOd. Ilow mnay pIoplo aro wihout onlthlI who might r?,gmnmm It by msimHmg Dr. hhllh's Ilitters, It note tlpon the Ilvor, bowels alnd IdnoymOY, olelmlmH. ing amid Himmalamtlihg thorn to hoaltlhy motlon, It cuteo all uieOrmorrH of tho o lie hnlmrtult; orgnum purlfls theo blood aemm pmromtole thIo gonorml hb?allh, Sold by all tdrugigl?tlo,-Adlvt, NOTICE. M R. ? , 0. KEBNDALL Ins boon aurlori...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 May 1887

LOCAL AND DIBTRIOT NEWSI. Tns otsbliahmient of a dairy faotory at Unandeorra is in progress. Tue CferringIig Congregatiounal Sunidayslchool holds its annual piciiio in Gerringuong next TuOes day. O Tuoesday next, the Queen's birthday, a picnic is to he held on Illowlolo Point in con nection with St. Peter's Church Sunday school. 'Isn Kiana Oricket Club plays a match withl a Bomubo eloven next Tuesday, on Church Point. This is to be theo last matchl of 'h seoa soil. Toncazs are Invitedl In our prcsont issue for the eruction of facto?y? premises at Woodatook and Vanghhope,o (Jambaroo), tenders to close on 31st intlant. The Albion Park lhandicap, ran on Wodneos day last, resnlled as follown :-A. Murloy, 18 yards, let; J, Seatonl, 12 yards, 2nd W. OUri Ilnody, 2 yards, 3rd, Time 15 and 2.5 oceonds. GeHnu?sooN subsoriptimos to thle Iulli Itelief Fund ranch the respecltableo sum of £5113 id. The total iamoinlt collected in the liiasna dis trict will be published as soon as it isnsear tain...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Tuesday, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 May 1887

LATEST TEL~EGIta1 lO INTELLI G.EI~O?, (no'~i OUR OWN conuru?sONDNTr.) SYDNEY, Tuesday, 1 p.m. In the Legislativ Council the third road ilg of the Divorce Extension Bill was re jected by 'a majority of two votes. Tihe House was thcn counted out. In the Assembly Sir IL. Parkes moved the adjournment after Friday's sitting to Wed nesday. An amendment was proposed to adjourn till Tuesday week, and was carried by 38 to 31. Sir II. Parkes made a long statement re garding the resignation of the Attorney General. ?ir. Foster replied, persisting in the statement that the Premier promised him the Judgeship. At eleven o'clock Sir H. Parkes intro duced his cloture resolutions. Whilst doing so lie declared that this Assembly was the most disorderly in the world. Mr. Dibba opposed the motion. Mr. Garrott followed, urging the adoption of necessary rules. At one o'clock a motion for adjournment was moved. after which a most exciting squabble ensued till nearly 8 o'clook. Sir HI. Parkes, at one time ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 May 1887

MEETINGS TO B3E IELD. Proktannt Alliannoo meots May 25, nt 7.00. No, 12,, : 0.1.., ict Th.no 7, at 7.00 N'o. 11, L.O.L,, meoetd ,lne 0, at. 7.00.' o'7, 7l, L0.k.., ,oe|?,Tutlea 1, 0 Tl1.ln. No. 140o, L.O.L., macto June 2, at 7.,10 Ipa.m Oncrs of T'eipraincO, No. 27, olocto Jollu 1. .,.-··--·-rm I...rmsa~na ernmenaa seam~~aa~~

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 May 1887

JOHN STEWART, Auctiveoiteer, AND COMlIISSION AGENT, BROUGHTON. FOR SALE. TIW0 LARG GATLVA\NTZD TRONTANKS which will hold e~ch about 1000 gallons. TheRe tanks weore made extra ntrorg for holding \ :.'or for thI gao.Ric'llr,. lPrico £,10caclh, cash. ]ic;:hlar p)icc, aboullt £15. t. :,!AJOR., 3-2-. 'T'Thu Arcade. KIERAN RYAN, ol.icitor, etc. OF'ICE3 : Terraiong Street, K?iamrna. 3?23.87-. GEORGE WALHKE, VUnderlntnker, Cfabiaoct-maUk er, U ho3tlterer. '.&c., K IAMA. Finoralo condioted in any part of the dia trict at miodonateo charges. J0oN RITCHIE, SHIP AND OOMn IlSSION AGENT, COLONIAL PRODUCE MIlCTIAINT, Caledonian Wharlf, Sydney. Strict Attention given to Returns, 7.31-8.-y "Disoa,,ed Natm1o ofltenlh1u breaksl forthl in stranlgo cruption:.'--Act iii, eonu 1. TO THE PUBLIC. O01ME 0itnt? anit'rlng from nrouoll afi'ee L t tl s i' I afroii frhm sh.ar hatlutllinihs and 0ilO]sty t Pto i lhiAiJil' e sllll t a iiiikal inan--othir iotienits have o[t the .l(11-p, .J.'sl% :ni $1)1 i'ooh...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 May 1887

Pfl1B8fYTIERIAN. Rcnflor w~ill 1w owlduoled In thel'jo I1rs 1eiaan Chunrelics rue Su~nday next by Ilce, 1. Wlsonl us1 fu1Oiluw I 0lnsois, ut ii nc.ln Sie'iiieicrbuour, ut 2I,10 pF.m Jesluisrcu, ni l pan

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. FIRST SUNDAY AFTER ASCENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 May 1887

IR E L IG I 0 O S. CIIURCHI OF ENOtAND. ImRilST SUNDAY AFTER ASCOENSION. Dlivino Service will be eonldutld on Sotnda next In the Church of England Churolhes by lev. J. II. l'rlom as follown :- CIloJst Church, l{Inmn.nlt 1 I n.ml.--lunrl Sermonn in con necltln with tho recent dcnlh of Or, Oeocyo Orey. Chrtots Cliorch, 7 p.m.--Spocltl oIermon Io young men. St. Ocogo's, Gelnrngonog, nt 2.10 p.m. Serunte wlln 1)0 oondcted t11o tlhu Chore of Ilncn1omd J?unbrron, nnd Shellahubonr, by lIov. N. Cletford on ttuindny next, an follows: Jamboron, at 1i n.m. tthollharbour, t ? p.m.

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BLUE RIBBON GOSPEL ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 May 1887

BLUE~ RIB110N G)OSPEL ARMY, A orIat.unato ic conueution with tile reouco wvork which is being carried oll' by n hemcbors of the llue Ribbon GO.pel Army wia held In the Temlporaice Hall, Pitt-atrout, Sydney. A cake and fruit ten, lasting from a little after six o'clook till nearly eight, was followed by aI Iis culinollnons conllcert. The autdiecllc wa. coal ipoed almlcot enti rely of Wvomen llf tie towll, who had had ilnvitatiOls diatriluttd to them by the cominittue tllat hlld taken the nlalttcr icl hirnd. At the head of the work are Mr, anid Mrs. Ardill; but they receive grecaut Iupport froal eight or nineo ]idie rtlnd gentlemontu, who have olntirely devoted themaelves to the cause. Thi in tile third mllootillng of thle killd that hlas taken place, raind it wlm held earlier than usual, the othlors having lasted frolm about 10 o'clock until midnighlt. The change is cocsiderO d to have boon in the right direction, as the attend. ancme wias nuch larger. About 80 wollonel came to, the ...

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KIAMA—1ST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 May 1887

KIAhrA-lsr InNINo s . Crmiclnol, b Wilson .................. O J. Banrett~, b Wilson ................ 0 Wilson, b Wilson ........................ 3 Kendall, b Wilson .................... O MIillor, b G. M?lxwlll.................. 1 Arnold, b G. lMaxwoll............... O Pickoinan, b G. Ml?lxwoll. ............ 1 W. Millor, b Wilson .................. 0 I3onnLtt, not out .... ...... 1 Johnston,, b M xwoll .................. O Bonnott, b Wilson .................... 1 Bunthdios ................... ........ 3 Tolhl................... ..... 10

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2ND INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 May 1887

2ND INNINOS. T. M'Olehllnd, not out.,............... 20 T. Egan, o Millor........................ 4 R. WVilson, bKendall ................. 1 G. Maxwall, b Millor.................. 1 T. Spoor, b Ko,,dall................... 2 J. Johnston, b Millor................ 4 II. Koovors, o Kondall.......... 9 WV. Shacklo, b Kondall..........0 S. Maxwell, st. Koendall.............. 17 R. Spoor, b Ke.ndall................... 1 J, Bhlnohlield, st. Miller............ O Sundries........................ .. 2 Total ................... 70

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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JUDGING STALLIONS AT SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 May 1887

YTfDGNG BTA?4LIONS AT SBIOW'S. W s?aON large number of hoavy draught etallions are xlihibited at shows, the julges do not always award the prizes wlher tlhey shonuld rightly be bestowed, so far as the uscefulness of the aniamls for stock-breeding purposes is concrcned. Asu the condition of the horses has much to dco with appoaranc!, it is ofti n that the beast grooumed or most pampered horse receiveos the bluec ribbon over others that are really superior. The judges dlo tnot always perform their duty in strict accordance with a standard of pointts, as no association has adopted rules governing the insipotion of the s(eral plar'ts of the body., Tlhere shouhl be a staindard of 100 poi nts, di vided to lit all requ i rement , adopted by brcdersr of all classes, which would materially aid the jlulges in arriving at their decisions, and the cards containitng the scores should Io attachted to each stalll, which should contain overy " cut," thus as. sisting visitors to easily arrive ast a ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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2ND INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 May 1887

2NDl InnINOM. (InnriohlnoI, 1) Wjoi l,......... (3 Wilsozl, a U, Mruvl...wOII..... 1 I~.eudiilrl, ii MCJl~lllaI.., uud.... 0 I31i1Itr, a l)tid ) ~'1UIUllaI1d...n.. 1 Arirnld, h Wjhunoii .......... 0 1'iCIUku~hn, b 1M{Olaihuild *...... 3) BmIuolltt, b 0. Maxwell ,...,... 0 1 dliiu.rni,, U 01. Nlaxw ulI...... . 0 ~noiiaitt, not out..... ..,..... i. 8ULl~driaa ....... ·..1 1

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 May 1887

0ERESPORNDlNCOE TO TI!1H PDIITOIl 01' TIIH Kfl,\MIA IEPO'IITiXR Srn,--I hear tht an " nthlotic club" hns hbeen formned inl Kiauna, nd that a £50 lhandicap is to hIe in al sine time nox t nmouth. Suoh nu institutini is likely to I'ovo bonolicilh to the young men of the district, and shnliui hal lihe rally supported. So much harofaced swindling ttkes Iplace now,-a-dayn iin oimncotm withll all aorta of sporta and athletic oxercuion, that many true sportsmaon in disgunt keep nloof from all auo instttitutions; but if lu'opOrly imanaged by anl officient iiand hoIiest 0com?ini ttc, aUOI lIu'ratli cos clul h(e i'oLd mci to a mllillililllll lnd it would he well if tho oommi tloo and ollicala ,f iour' local club keoop a sharp oy on all doubtflll mo' forlois, and if niecessary maku any deliquoent in this reospiaot auhlbor to the folloat exLtent for any uialpractice. I ulao hear thaIt the A. & 11. Asaaocintioi are willing to grant the club thu uose of their mnagnifieouet buildiug., and ...

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A NEW MUNICIPAL VENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 May 1887

A NEW ~U?? NIIPAL VENTUREI, [nY SPECULATOR.] Oun poor aldermen have for so many years past been sulbjected to adverse criticism ill tile columns of the local papers, and have borneo it all with such Ohristian fortitude and Job-liko patience, that it seems little less thian sacrilege to attempt to further add to the burdenu they have borne with an equanimity and nonchalance which could only Ie resultant from the posseesion of clear consciences, or hides of rhinoceros thickness. If the former be tihe case, and I think it is, what an amou t of unnecessary andtl un?alled for abuse thceyharo benl subijected to I I:f the latter, what a lot of valuable time has been wasteld by misguided individuals in the at temrpt to make them miserabl ! Sufllice it to say that they have survived it all, and in the language of the prize ring, have "come up smiling to thelt scratch;" and shown their indomitable pluck and energy by stating tlhaLt they intend upon tihe earliest opportunity to add to their al...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 May 1887

Tne rotarn match between the Kianma Publio School boys nod tile Foxgroulnd Public School boys, was played at Foxground on Saturday last, ndlltl rusulted ill aun cesy victory for the Fox ground boys by one innings and 1.3 runs. T. MI'LOlland with t0 batted splendidly for Fox ground. S. Maxwell with 17 and HI. Keovere with 13 also batted well for Foxground. None of the Kiarna boys got isto double ligures, the howling of IL. WVilsoll, . Maxwell and F. M'Clellahd beoing very effective. A nico lunch was kiindly provided by several Foxground ladies for the playlers and others present which ndded very considerably to the enjoyment of a very pleasantl day. Alpplended are the scoreoa : Foxo.ounD--lsT NeiaNos, T. 1f'Clelland, o Miller............ 17 T. Egan, b Kendall................ O ,R. \Wilson, b Koend:all................t G. Maxwell, 1.b.w...................... 4 T. Spoor, o Wilson... ................. 5 J. Jolhnstonl, b IKendall..... ........ O It. Keevora, a Arnold................ 4 W....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 May 1887

ITfuntaiildo halla iuuaonned to an nlnarmlng oex tolt ina t~'aiaoy n'ad Hlsubarhn, Tr'n'oo illanant h n o rconll biolln fomndl willh ltrgto n'rounad thoir nookn hI thU pance 1 mi hou.ri ' limne. 'f1he atlmlonl r'mport of Ithen Civil Sorvioo Jtonrd Ihown th oi ldllllir of oILE Io n fi mllowh : (hmaail dlivionaloa, 1841 iarofamolowanl ailvinion, 140; tll pllloary eoimlnyd?i, 1210; odllunalln l liviHlom, 83?0811 oadna1or HnotionoU 7 and 8 of 1.1w A~ct, ji55; Iftl, 12,218, tiliti n a loN Id .-on ina l nll moty will ho honvlt 1iy ltopingl h DrI. Itllln lilr nan in hthu hIotano. It in nin involanialo ranaaody tor nll din. (aldorln of tia kdllahnyn, livor nill ho\wulo, and for nil IIllnU nna orliia t'roln hmlroilot inluti a l Ialf iiho orn lls,. It Ilam eu'ud iiaal a hmay at' ul lo ajmainoia lalftur lilnllaladr a of alaal llllni haaal laoanai ptaiI d llt ihli3,luinna wtlliaiiat aolilniailig rolluf, It uiron uoalIl'tlioln, o lilola, loaiinaoaiiaun ninald all kliulod I dinuormduio. Kucp IL b...

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DEATH OF MR. W. E. SHERIDAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 May 1887

DEATH OF MR. W, E. SHERIDAN. MR. SHERIDAN, the tragedian, died early on Wednesday morning. At a late hour on Tues day there was no perceptible change in the patient's condition, although he was known to   be sinking fast, At midnight he was in a calm sleep, and about an hour later his breathing got heavy and quick, and at a quarter past two on Wednesday morning the end came. 'The deceased gentleman has always been noted for the proud reserve he maintained, and even his most intimate friends have a very limited know- lodge of his history. The following facts may, however, be relied upon :-Mr. W. E. Sheri- dan commenced his professional career in 1858, at the Howard Athenaeum, in Philadel- phia, where he made his first appearance as Sir Phillip Landford, in the drama " Speed the Plough;" after which, by steady perseversance and great ability, he became intimately ac- quainted with many of the leading American companies. After a season at Pike's Opera in Cincinnati, the wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 25 May 1887

THE "KIAMA REPORTER" AND SOUTH COAST ADVERTISER, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. ---------sxot3^0t-B----·--- THE " KIAMA REPORTER" IS ONE OF THE BEST ADVTTER.TI S11T EED I MSSS1 S ON THE SOUTHERN COAST, with a Large and Rapidly Increasing Circulation. ----.coeee- TIlE PROPRIISTOR AIMS AT MAKING " THE KIAMA REPORTER" A First Class and Reliable Family Newspaper, Containing a large amount of useful and interesting matter, both Lotal Intercolonial, and Foreign. buloAsriptions may comionlco nt any timn. All ortoro for tbo Papor or Advortising Bllould bo souol to thol Mianager." Torms for ladveoltinig as follows Ono inh l of spO JeICL, H; oUvry additional icli ch 3 l, I 1 O. tud Iictionll inItdo n il i ta nd vertisemohts. If for less than a Quarter Advertisements must state the number of inser tions required, written across the face, otherwise they will be inserted and charged for till countermanded.I Orders for withdrawal must be sent to the offiice not later than noon on Tuesday...

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