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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 4 January 1899
Do you want Consumption ? We are sure you do not. Nobody wants it. But it comes to many thousands every year, It comes to those who have .had coughs and colds untll the throat Is raw, and the lining membrane of the lungsola lo. flamed. Stop your cough when it frst ap. pears, and you remove the great danger of future trouble. AYER'S Cherry Pectoral etops soughs of all kinds. It does so because it is a soothing and healing remedy of great power, This makes it the greatest proven. tivo to consumption, It is not a question of many bottles and large doses. A few drope will of to make a complote sure. Don'tinog loot your cough: yea cannot afford to run the rsk., Ayers' Cherry Peoteral will soothe your raw throat and quiet your inflamed lunge. fi j 3'l , _. Alewner#t ot rhp e ltatlonet, 0eo the the aname tosl bottle, Pat up la largo adual| bottles, Don't -Forgot THNIV O['L'Y IRAyirY, COMPANNY TnIn1AoN; o TPR '^, Fiu' CtI vnpnuos and 1) ..I Iouruly Anaorlnlvut" nowYi WLggk, Toys, . . Basket...
THE RIFLE [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 4 January 1899
THE RIFLE Tun usual monthly priz? shonllng of the Jamboroe Ritle club took place on Friday, 23rd inea, Following are the Ipriro winnuer and theoir sooes : -Ydrs, 500 000 Hop .'Tt RWalker, 30 23 27 11 601 H King, 7e O d 30 19 11 01) W Dymook, 5e 30 26 0 560 R King, 5s 20 24 2 55 SMarks, 2 6d 27 2L 0 54 W I Dymook, 10 20 24 8 62 Two lady residents of Grafton recently had a most extraordinary preatioal joke played upon them by an individual who, at the time, is alleged tohaae beeoon under Ihe ilflueoune of drink. The ladies in question had oceosion to go to a certain store in Prince Street, and while transacting their business left the porambulators con taining their respeotive infants outside on the footpath., The inebrhited individual alluded to changed, at a favourabto opportunity, the Infants from one peram bulator to another, and Ilhen quietly made oft, Suheequently each lady wheoled what ahe took to be her own "olive branch" "home, neither in the meantime hating disavoered her mi...
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 4 January 1899
CRIGKET LA?T wenk's "Millnn Times" contains the following:--' A meeting of the Din. triet Cricket Assoolation was hold on Wednoesday evonina lest. The chtef hul. nea was the consideration of the pro. posed electorate match with Kilams which has boon sot down by the south Coael Distriets Assoolation to heL played at Nowrs on 'falnrday next, the 711 Jan, It was resolved that the match the playd,. It was decided that the Sontth Onset Association be requested to a'tor the place of ply from Nowra to Kisma, Mr. O, A. Cork wens nppeinttd to not as mneoeor of the team, and it was rreaived that ,icny's expenses shoulld he onid trm thle funds of the Assooinlil,n. The resumplion of the matches in' eonneolinl wmith Ih, local compeititon was fixed to aetrt on the 14th prox., but in the event of the olPeo. croto match falling through, to ntarl on Saturday next. Following is the team ohoeon to repre. aent the Klamo Distriot Astoination in the match ahovo referred to t-Mlenrn., Alb man and M'Ooy (H...
KIAMA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 4 January 1899
KIAMA H SPITAL. '--t- Trp. Commitlee of thie above met on Wedntnday evening, when there were present :-Mesers. O. I. Cotton (P'resi dent). W. ltrvey. M. N. Hindmasih, W..Fraser, Dr, R.I B*ith, and the Seore tioy... HOsPITAL COLLECTION. The Rev. Harold Wheen wrote atsting that him'elf and the Rev, B. Stephens had arranged forn canions of Jamheron in the interests of the Hospital, The. found that Mr. H. T. tRobb had made a collection from bvernal realdents. The sum of £1 In was enclosed as a first instalment received from the iedies ap pointed, and was colleoted by Miss Colley. ACLCONTaIT, The following items were passed for eyment :--0. M. Stevenson, £2 13e Od; liiiott Broa., £2 4s 8d ; W. E. Smith, 13s (Od; Pioneer Factory, Os ld ; Miss Chaplin, ?d; Miss M'Cabo, £2; Arthur Madden, £1 12. ; Dr. C. Terroy, £10 ; Dr. R. Boith, £10; .1, IHll,rook, £5 Coommissinn, £1 GBo . Etllingehanusn, i4d 6d. Total £1 10, 2d, REPOnTH. Tho President reported the receipt from Mr. P. Earquharson of 15s ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 4 January 1899
A VALUABLE DISO :VERY ---- - Soialllela taell us that in Lhi1 nine. teentih lentuelry Iof nur, sbout tho grieLt. Ht ir i? llo Irto In the diloovery wnrdhl hl'vn l,en In in diolne, WeV hIvo to record a dlionllvry by an Amn. rlcan moriicl man of a certain Vega. tLhln atuhlntillieti that hIal tho leffot in hel dligonoln organlc of Nature', own animal bile, Thila tilnoovnry is ravoly. tionling allI the preaset me'thods of trontmient for digtllo ve aiimeonta, , ilio old lthory of pepoih hlnimuth, atarving, purglng, cio., , in to lbe dutlo away with. Thlia grunt voWotablhl, eulmtmei Is ounipnumlel wlith otheer irnruidInml to faolllitnl the working, and to.ea" thll remudy oiil in purohaeod t?el world over andl inl Antralia under tlIo nann, of Nle Bflana for lllnooenoel, '['hil greet remilidy plonuPnea thie poou. liar proprnisn of noting on (tho bhowle without purgilng or tllhorwian weaken. ing tdi pallnit. TIhl le hiouonuo iho auulatanco that relnxon tlle howele line shout hfh lliln, nalln...
Illawarra Railway Service. DOWN TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 4 January 1899
Illawarra Railway Service. OWN TRAIN8, Waterfall ,9 90 32 4783 , HIolonaburgh 9 ,t9 452 3578 7 . Lilyvahlo , a59a4 293al28 . tford , 0 16 57 S 183 22 . , Stlanwoll Park l10 77a al93a27 011fton ..lop, 10al1Tal11 a23a9 . S. Clifton ,, 10 187 1 34 3 30 89 Austilmor , 10a27 a O 3 153a472 .. 'hlrroul ,, 10a30 732 07801 ... lfulll 10 37 O 58 3 59 ... Bollambi ,, 10a3a3 ia 4n ... Corrimal ,, 10497a?84 a 71 ., Para Mendow 10a4 7a. 34a1802 .., Wollor..} ,irr, 10 527 4 20 4 10 , ga1g 1dop, 11 27 54 3804 20 . Ualnmdorr,, 11 108 i 434 348 .8 Korl, rolgo 10110 7( 44814a8h ... Dapto ,, 11188 144 554 40 .. Yallah ,, 11a2,19o 21 4 80,1 0 ,9 Albiln Park 11 318 25 194 3 57 ehollharbolur 11 388 34145 o0 7 .. ,llnnumurrrs I,108s4 a20 0 ,901 Northl Kinma 11270 4 O4 . .22. Klana ,, rr,l11318 50'455 25 71 6 U01(1o 0 1210 8 , 1 3 l 34 ll, 0Olrg .nr 112 21) 2B "8 5 Toolljooa ,, 1220 ,,,8,,, . 84 Burry , 19 031 ,, .... O 0 Jaspor'slBrulll 12 3r1991 ,;; I 1 (0 Noiwra ,. nrrr 12 4l.?10 iO ,,. ... 30 UL' TIIAII...
CORRESPONDENCE SOUTH COAST RAILWAY TRAFFIC TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 4 January 1899
CORRESPONDENCE SOUTH COOAHP RAILWAY TIRAPPIO TO TII E CnITOli. SIn,-Kih:dly afford mo spa:ce in Ihe columns if your esteemed papeir to direct the attention of your readera to tile rail ray rotarln asn pu'liahal in slar Thura day'a ihotrlpl tlnI Iaor,. Those re turrns iar for illxinti I1ay 1897 and 1898, and mre an follos : "--u IHir , IHg n Aml, Amt Main saburban ...07877 Al 0 0710 91 0 4 Il ?war. ........... 81) 1 11 134A 910 3 Northern ......... 78 0,4 a aa 410 Wetamer .............. 9;J0(8 281 0 2100208218 J outhrn ... 1784 141 It 12I2 18 17 8 80039280 t0 0M118 0711 0 I wish to draw attention to toe iact that both this yaer and last the returns from the South Coast line ereatly exceed ad thieau of illy other line in the amount ,of money taken, hut moae oepeciilly to thp fact that tlis year the uinmber of pas eoingers oerried on thoe .Bloh Onast line is tauly startling, being 6,3h5. This in creonse is all the more gratifying when we take into oonsideratiio the fact that Iotwithata...
JAMBEROO COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 4 January 1899
JAMBEROO COUNICIL -~--- - TeI above Connuil not on Saturdlay, when there wore prseunt:-The tMayor, and Aldermen ICing, Uole, t,rvo, Blow and Welkir, 8UU4I)DY. A voucher was received from the Colo nial Treaeuror, in onnoletion with the payment of the eumi of £55 Sr 01, as sub. "idy for the Mountain road, Jamborue to Moss Vale, POLLUToUD WATER. fMr, Oharleo Prico, the local Dairy In peoctor, wrote pilnting out that lie hlnd been Invtrmod by Mr. Seymour that the water flowing from the \Vaughope pig gories was polluting the water in the moin drain of the Terregong awamp. He ad vised tht somne cotion be taken In the matter The letter was formally recolvod, but no anotion was decided upon, Mr. John Tate also wrote on this sub. jeot, to the eflect that none of his pigl were running at large at the fOat try, a?n hied been reported by Mr. Price, Mr, Symnes, the Veterinary Inspector, Wihen he was shown the pigst, eid only that the sty in which the yonog pigs were kupt eithoid he enlarged, cei...
GARDENING CALENDAR FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 4 January 1899
GARDENING CALENDAR ?ut JANUAlIY. Kitchen Garden. - Plant eabbago, celery, potatoon, nrtichokes, and other tubers. Sow turnips, spinach, and French beans. Fur late crope, pun, lettaco, radials, pumlpkins, Italones, cuerIn bare. Flower Garden.-'orV nd nd water well, Dahlina can be planted. Dig ul) andt sture bulbe ans sooun n (e laonva are witherod, Stake, pre?, ntd tio up early planted dahlian; thin out euperfluous flower bb. Proteeoot -fronm the aill.d7y arnl, Water when ncaco?ary. Orchard,-r-ltunld shotld be leoIneed at sutrface, but anvoid deop digging, 'Pllhi superfluous fruit. Vinoyard. - Contillnul stumler prull ning; rtnlvoe uIele?S ehaootas; dleetr'y weeds. Tin up the hlnting -branchus. Protect fruitL from birdl by netting, bag. ging, ir ,?tnh aoilier ulluate as mtty saull guYt filoa'. Field-.-Ilredtk up land for wheat, Sow barley for nIree) crop on rich llllta Swedish turniip, mangel wurcul, eorglnlll Dig the early crop of pot itoue if ripe, for If left in the ground they wi...
THE TUBERCULIN TEST IS IT RELIABLE? [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 4 January 1899
THE TUBSRCULIN TEST IS IT RELTABR N1 Tue fLillowine letter frm iMr. nlrtLe Onuch, of Dounmoro. appears in thti lest lnuen f cho "h Fnrmers' 0 ..nperative Newa," and in vioew of the prominence iveon to the tuboroulin terlt Iitl, i ithi.s distriol, will be read with apeolil Inter D·ali Stl,-I-[n the July soaue of tlh ' trrmiira' O,·.opurative Nuew" you puo lished two reported friluron of thie tiher. ulin. test at Nowra and Alhir. Perk ret peotivoly, Will you grlnt me i 0apto to relate miy experience of lait year, Beini axlyius to in intailn the healthy standard of n:y dairy herd --nd helieruin in the tubuerulin tuat-I desired to get my Int hulls toetedt, alnd, on rcominnendatioin, seletelod oi nf the boe rvereritary sur Kugoe of Sydney (uno who has made fre qolent tirate in thn Snllh foist), ,nd re ciovud the folluoinR l cotilctU te: "Sydey, July 30, 1897. 1" I hereby eraify that I hvre lthii dly nbTmitted to, tlhe tuheroulln test twoi hullo )he property of Mr. G. Oouoh, of Dui Sihre,...
RELIGIOUS CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 4 January 1899
it I b I[GI ('.1100011 OF r.N117.A Nn ,Iv In; Service will hloi onitductodnn filodny port, by the il', (1, II, (libilt, n rullowe 1 Kimn, 11 n.m. (hjrrinunnuor, 2,31) p.m. Kiamo, 7.'0 pim. 4ervtcos will IbI uuond~aoY d it the, Jhuroh of PEIIginllnd, ,Illwnr·, w nn.l inll" arbour, on Kulambty inxI, ay ,ho Ro, IB. !toplboIln, rn (ullown 1 Shoullhlnrbour, 11 I,,nl. ,lamborou, 7.30 p,,m.1
THE SWIMMING CARNIVAL. A. GREAT SUCCESS. LARGE ATTENDANCE AND GOOD RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 4 January 1899
THE SWWI' MIGV CARNIVAL, A', ILET vBUCESS, LAnas AI':NoIA n AND Goon RaOS?o. TuIt Swlmming Carnival hold by the Kicmac Simmin Club at the Blowholeci Point Bathe on Mianday afternoon wat a greot seuccss. The lay was all that could be desired for such sport sand as ia rosult:tlhero wus a ruicrd altondaneo, in oludirg ++ Isrcu tnumber of the fair sox. The entries for the various evenits were Iarge, there hoelay no less thuan 50 entries for the Ot yards and 20 the 130 yards In ter 'lub Hafndicape. Thu Slydnoy Olubs wore splendidlyruprolsented anid the piorfor Iancces of roust touf the cocrlpuotitofs word well worth saolig. Thie Clubs reprlount od were :-Entertcrlspr, Baicinin, Bondi, E?stern Subulrbe, Rsuollu, Rllldwiok ltll Cogoee, Wost Sydnley, Otter Ind Klama. The cfleltnolon's saprt was carried out by the Occllccitroo without ic Iilch, The Proyidoult of the Club (Dr. leith) w.sc presenct acid exproeaod him3lf as highly pleased with the mannl r ln which every. thing was arratnced. 'T...
LAWS RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 4 January 1899
LAWB REIATING TO NEWBPAPER,. 1. Sunsontonen and advortisers, who do not give oxproso notice to the contrary, re oonsidorod sorwlahlog to continue their pubaeriptloWs andsadvertieomonte, •. If.seoiidoibere order the disoontil. uance of their poriodionlo, the. publishor may continuo to send thlim until all or rearqgare paid. , 8.; If subscrihers refuse or negleot to take ppors from the ofltco to which they are direoled, they are hold responsible until thoylonvo settled their hills, 4.; If subsorbore move to other places without informing the puhliahora, and the papere are sent to their former dirootion, thle subcribors are responsible. 5. Tho courts have decided that re fusing to take poeriodioals from the ctilco or rrrmoving or lanving them unonlled for, is prima fools evidence of intentional fraud, 6. If persons pay in advance for a neowspapr or quarturly advertiomnent, they are bound to give notice to' the pub. lisher at the end of the time that they do not wish to continue taking ...
OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 4 January 1899
OFFnIe IIOURB. onday deolivory.-Tho oellco will b open for delivery of Sydney minse bo twooen i and 10 n.m, OnUce hours, weok dnyn.-'Pot (.itloo is opIIen regularly frot'0 n,m.,until 6 ?.m. There will be two deliveries dailly by letter carriers (Sunday excepted) leaving the olico at 9),30.nm. antod 3 pn. Monley Order and Savings. ank Office opon Iromn 10 a.m, to 4 p,m, dally (Sunday oxcoptud), and depoalts are also recolved from 7 pm. to 0 p.m, oni Saturday. Telegraph Ollico Ia opelo dnily from 9 n.m., to 10 p.m. (Sunday excepted,) Private loxes, fo,' ono- guinea poe annum, may be obtained on applloation at ollloo, enabling box-holders to got tlhir Innl any day at Ian hour.
Arrival and Despatch of Mails [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 4 January 1899
Arrival and Despatch of Mails Tan faollowing is the time.table obsoruld at the Kiamna PoRt.lliou for the arrival and despatch of mails, daily (Sunday ox cepted.) - l? ILS4 OSL0t FOR I AM, AM. tM. Bombo..,, ........ 0 1 Dunmoro..7.,,, Shollharbour ,,..., 7 0 16 Albion Park,..... 7 Depto............. 7 Wollongong ...... 7 0 15 Sydnoy ..,,,.. 7 2&0 15 (Jerriong ....,,, 7y 11.15 Berry .............. 7 11,15 Nowrn .... .,,,a, 11,16 "8 16 Janmbroo ......... 8.15 2,1 Jorrara ,,,..... 8.15 MAILS ARRIVE FROM Sydnety ...,,, 8.. 10 12 II Wollongong,,,,.. 12 0. Dapto ........ . 12 Albion Park,.,,,, 12 Shelllharbour..... 12 0 Dunmnoro,,,....,, 0 Bombo ............. 8.10 Nowr.............. 8 2,0 . Borr' ...... 8 2,30 Gorrmgaong....,,.. 8 7 Jamboro .....,,,,,,., 11 0.16 Jorrnrn ............ 0.15 A mail aloAus at Iliama P'ont Ollice at Sp m. ou Sundays only, leaving by the 5,30 am, train on Mondays for Sydney,
ORANGE BLOSSOMS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 4 January 1899
O.tANG? BLOSO VIS ----4 'THE Coogreg,tittal Chuch, Gerringong, was well tilled an Wednteda', 28 h ulti m, ton witnena the wedding of Mr. Frederlit Biate of Ol.del,, and Miss Jne lM. Watkins, daoghr.r of Mr, F. Watkins, of Oerringoag. The Inv. T Moore ofiluinted, and Hios \liller iprsaided at the organ. As the bridal party entered the churoh, whicoh ha4 euat proeltily decorated by frioeda.of the bride, the cahir sani a bridal hymn,. The bride lu .,kd charming iu her hlenlif l whirts slil ealtols alnd veil with the unl1l rlngoe blhbe,.lnls, anld her bridoeranlds, hoh airtera, Miss Grace Watkins .and MbIa Mhlinio Watlins, lmso attracted .atlettion. Tl.tir drosses were, \liee Grac W\V.tki ,, oratn fl4urod material with holiotrope Iri oninge 0n4 aesh; liat to match, with cream ribbune and helitrope lldowers. Miess Winnie wore, white llselin rilll ned wito or tgll , orange olonuusd at.llnd whi.e lIghlorn Ith to mtIoh. The brldagronm'as giqfl were-to thd bride a hbndeamo gild be gle, a 4 I...
SPANISH V ORPINGTONS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 4 January 1899
SPANISH V O-PINGTONS Laetr week, Ih nanor ti) n enquiry from n TlCinet fonolr) , .' to tll relative marits if Spaniah and Orplinatona ae ly. rse, tl:h " Toleogrph " alid :-" Spanish linw's of to-dy orp Inferir In Orpinhtons tni laynrs, Ilro?dllli for ahniw poilnt han wrekund thle breed, nmd depreolated their prdntorivrllna. Orpinotline, on the oilier hatid, are A Iardy variety, and in ivery roepeut molr prnlllthl,.," A lady wrllte inking exrepftion to thi, r[ was ucllh c?lrlpriseld (l~.y no or rrespolndent) to rend ltin alatnmnent in your polltry cnlumnne, Ieorinhor 24th. I lave kept IIlank iSpnllbh In thoee enloles for the poel 4) yeas, ? n III have 'Always found lthat tIh 1 i lve less trinhli, are better Iay. re and ?ly lIiaer anle than any other kind of fue'l I tave tiled, I think their goond qulltloan eai bo but little kniown, or more ipoullry i.eapoi Itold olnmoia this ibreod, Abuilut l18 maltith agl I naut Ills In ianild pnlltvi tclm ft a altting of their hbeat pure Siallnah e...
KIAMA A. AND H. SOCIETY ARRANGING FOR THE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 4 January 1899
KIAMA A. AND H. .SOCIETY ARRANGING FOR THE SHOW. A coasITTrrsr meeting of the above Soolety was held yesterday afternorn, there being present - Messrs. T. Brown (President), T, Frldericks, J. Pike, H, T. Robb, W. Dymock, J. Love, T,. and J. James, 0. W, Craig, R, Gordon and the Seoretary. A COW TO HE TESTED, Mr. J. W. Oookurlll (Berry) wrote, asking the olnmmittee to teet one of his cows for the " greatest quantity o butter fat," This matter w~e left in the hande of the President. OPECIALS PROMISED. lMr. A. }. Graoy wrote otfiring a pair of gold spectacles valued at £3 Is, to he allotted na the Committee thought lit. Dr. Lee wrote ofering a handsome album, valued at £2 24, for the best oollection of ancookery made with Dr, Leo's Baking Powder Mr. J. James reported that Messurs. iHenry Miller and J, O, Miller. of Ren. frow Park, had each prnmised a ape. aia of lse, to be allottel as the Com mittce thought it. It was decided to allot Mr, Groy's prize for the best factory heron, drawin...