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POT PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
P'OT P'LANTS., io lt i 3W. 13 (J-oxIoIal11oIdt.Ilroa' 1, Mr.F'raar 2, AolI0lloll-Mt'B3.'rhU(1r 1,. fnlolic Pro. 2 O Crotln-olcldon Tlron I1, lii. Nr,.or 1, Oo~lh~oIlln~flO lRn bgohlln. 1,r Hohho I clnn Bron 2, 003: talbnnlln)rlnl~a 1ror1nd Vuli~aqIoI1, ,pl1io 'forus-Mrn IPmaor 1, Oolleallon Lycpodliume - IToldon Bros 1, Mlrn frasir 2. Onillltion ornamontal grnasn-irs Frasenr 1, IToklen Brns 2, Onllueaintio'suoulent plant-?-Ioldeon prm 2, 0 dllection oatallum--FHnlden Bros I and 2: Anthlurlum-nllldtn Brose 1, Mren Fraser 2. D)racrna-- elen Bros 1 and 2. Mehumbryanlhemum-Mrs VW Fraser 2, Collection six plnnts other than thos' namod--Mrs Fraser 2, flihlnous H-hldun Brns 1, Collntlln folinue anmnrnn. thus-Inlden iros 2. tIllectlon ordslal -llolden lBrose 1, Mr Fraser 2,
General Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
General Information. Tho manufacture of tobacco in Italy is a Government monopoly. Tie British empire embraces 2,000 rivers, Thrie breaking strain of an inch rope is 9,000lbs, Sesarot fever is extremely rare both in Asia and Africa. In ten years the descendants of two rabbits will number 70,000,000, One pint of milk produces, roughly speaking, one ounce of butter. Artificial limbs are usually made of willow wood, on acocount of its lightness. The seacoast line of the globe ts com puted to be about 1810,000 miles. Missouri has the greatest bodies of lead ore in the world. llawaii is stated to be without a tramp, beggar, or poorhouse. Senrlot is the mourning colour for un married women in llrazil. There are 000,000 people employed in Italy in rearing silkworms. Over 010,000 oil wells have been sunk in the United States. About 8,000 women in Paris are heads of mercantilo houses. The number of sheep in the world is estimated to amount to 050,000),000. In many, aorts of Palestineo grass....
The Strangest Thing. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
Thoe Stlrangeot Thing, 'Pite gront Duke of MIarlhorotgh, ridiug through his ncmp ouno day, ot aI onldiher bola Ild nto the gallows for the theft of a ai vor porringer. Misoerable wrotch I eriod the great oopitnla, for how potty i stake are you about to dio I flow ohuld you risk your lifo for it mt? not worth ton shillinga 1' 'fo which lonuiry the culprit replied, andly : Your honour, is it not a strange thihg that for tolle years I should hato risked my life for sixponeo a day ?' It Ise not rolated whether the poor follow got o pardon for his wit.
HORTICULTURAL PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
Ho)T it ITURA4 PRIOPI OI Two table cab s-Je Prl'ior 29, IwoI' red cobbagbi-Jae Prlor 1 and 2, .LhIo beans, In podi(two qunrte)-a, lPro or, and 9, Groeen pone h pod (Iwo qluart)? Jae P ror I Threeoo ouounborn (whito) jas lf rlor .1. Ono, vogotblhu nmarrow Jan Prior 1 and 2. Olnion, any othler aorty 2iba-Jan Prior 2, derrins, one bunch - ,aq prior 2, Ithnhbarb, one buon 'i' leoln than i staiks)-Jns Prio 1 antd, 2; O(oIlootlon of kitchen horbs Ja Prior 2, '
Why He Put Them at the Bottom. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
Why Ho Put Thonm at tho Bottom, SYeo,' said the lhiot airimiur, '1 knlow lthro aro peoplt what alwy?a puts thu i?ll nopplas it tho top of llho br'l, lIh t I lno't,' 'that'sn right,' oxolnlnmo d the donurtn, ndIilrlly. ?, havo nalways trlud to uultivliloo tlklat t hat sinort of thling doualt pny Ill tho long run.' 1C thloud go to to ll oily onoo In I whllu tll'd lunrn omotlhinlg, Iinlway. ulit my bl anpplues t the buttom of thll ' That's tho way. You aoo, lionesty Il thl but puolloy nftur all,' SVWull, dnaunoo I duin't know nmoh lbotit hlonilOly I but, yoiu leO i, poupll'hlna gut 0o gua|luiouus that thley 'uosllt nlwnv upon tho bar'l at the bottulon l ano?dyi,'
DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
DAIRY PRODUOE, D1ba buttor-Ili t~or~op 1, T' Ninann 2. 4 ontrica, 2Ibeiiuttiir-Rt Gordoni 1, T Nunanq,2, 7,ontrIon, oI;Cu of oIlt but or U G~rclon 4, Lodooy Itroe 2. 4 ontrloa, Eibe boitto , :ornomonfnI, .touid~inde Ltndrniy Jlroa I.
Illawarra Railway Service. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
.Illawtirra ýRailwity. 'oevioe. DOWN !1IlAZNa, H~loa Suoal77 r Sit1 A,1. 1", fl. 1' b , P.1, A. l Hdn..p.8 3059 3011~ 1o 90 3 30 Itursivillo n 1(05 501 532 10 \Vntorfall t 1 30;3 3512 47 3 0 Tlolonaburgh ) 490 a492 973 7., tIl~yyvIo 1k; 9 0a8049 3a 2 3a12 . Utod ~10 i'll 973 1.33 2 Auntoll Iuitl IN 1(2717(42 I,393047 , 'I'lulrvol ~Ioa31l 7a2113 3a41113a33,, 1141111 ~ 10 1337 203 58,11 91) , Ilullannbi 10a;1 17a3 lo 111t i4a b , Cornrnlma Illn12,7a31114,, 11.11 7,, Para Sloaow I014oj7a319~lh1(loll 'l WoIlcn~ r. nr, 114 527 45i.1 2014 10 ,, Ijoiiilorrii 11 108 3;1 4:114 3.1 hum0(4 (IrOngo I liii') 9 7l4n,45Lt35 Dop~t ~ 111818 4 4 51 4 Ylo ~11a24;8241&42l4 4118,, Albion Pork 11 2908 29619i4i 57 Slmolllmnrbour 11 398 114 b2ll 9 7 blinoninmorn I 1l40181l(1119129)9110 North KIaIIII 13nt018a179t1d219n"" 1(Inlmn .., nor, 13. 9918 19 5l451 25l 796 ..dl.12 14¶ 14 ,. 258 (it gn 211 4~ . 6'1'nnlijoon 12(42019(1(2 .,, 89:14 Ilarry ~12 l30ll 11I ,,. 11 0 Jnopor'ollrnnli 12 3510u30 ....it,...
POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
P'OULTRY, lriilah game, block rod, nook and honb S Turner 9. Colonial game, blanok brot ed red, cook nnd hon-0 W\V Oraig 1, . Turner 2. Colonial game, lduckwing, cock nd hon-S Turner 1 and 2. Indian gamo, cook and hoa-0-W Craig 1. nanw eurg, ei rrapongled, cook and hen-0 W Crairg1 Hlm iura, aold apnnaled, cook and hen - S8 Turner 1. Blaok Spanieh, cook and hon-8 Turneor 1, Black Minorona, cook and hon-0 \V Oraig 1 Cochin.Ohina, buol, nook and hen-S Turner 1 and 2, Brahampootr, light, cook and hon-C W Oraii 1. Log horns, white, cook nnd hon-0 W Urnio 1. L]ngahane, cook and hon-C .W Craig 1 Andaluelane, cook raind hean-0 W Oraig 1. Wyandotte, cook and hone 0 W Oraig. Orpinglona, cook anald hlion 0 W Orai 1. Touloueo gonao: and andor-0 OCraig 1. Any colour tur ey, cook and hon-C IWV Oraig I, oavilcet turkey-C W Craig 1 .
DAIRY CATTLE. DISTRICT BREED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
DAIRY CATTILE. DIaT|IICUr nEunD, Bull,, lyre aid and upwards-John King 1iJ W C in 2. Bull, 2yra old?ianrid under 3 yra-T. tomorvillo 1, M. Morton 9. Bull lyr and ,undor 2yra--Stowart Bros 1, Mrs Fleming 2. Cow, In milk (special by Fresh Food and loo Co.) Lindsay Bros' Lady Honeycomb 1, D Hyam 2, J Colo 3, Dry cow-J Cole 1, O ray 2, O Oraig Ih o, Dairy cow, milk. lag on dry. exhibited by those who have neve one a cattle prize at any show, and o be the bona filde proporty of oxhibitor -hreo monthe prior to date of entry-W Sharp 1, Md Morton 2, Pen of thlroo dal?y cows, milking, dry or mixeod-0 Oraig 1, D Hynm 2, Lindsay,Bros 3. Pen of throe dairy cows (thit had never won a pr'tco at Dapto)-D Manson 1, rSewart ros 2, 0 J Cullonh I .' Pun of threo dairy cows in milk, under 5yre-Lindasay Broe 1, J Cole 2, O Craig Ih o. Bolfor, 2yre and under 3-P Morton 1, OCOralg 2 0 Grey 3. Pen of throoe hoifore. lyr' and under 2-H Dudgeon 1 and 2, d Grey 3. Pon of throe heifers, 2yra and under 3-0 Orna...
RELIGIOUS CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
RELL GIOUS CIImOOG Or ENGLAND flrvlNK Sorvice will 'be omlizotod on liuday lnort,by the Roy, G]. E, Glbboa,~ lBs follows t Klama, 11 am.M G orrlngono. 2 80 p.m. Klami. 7.80 pm.. ''9orvlooa will loo oondaOt8d n the Ohuroh of England, Tomboron and Shell. arbour, on Olunday noot, biy Cio Ron. II, Stephens, an i.,llnwa : Jamheroo, 11 an.. Ohollharbour, 7.80 p.m.
DAPTO SHOW [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
DAPTO SHOW Tim Daptn.'Shorf was hold on Wed naesday and Thaureday last, the procerd inags boinges as seucoessful as was antioaipat. *d. Following are a few of the pries winners : HORSES. S 3LOOD OtRSES, Stalllon1yrs and under 3-J Toncs 2 stallion'a1ya'fitl arid 2-James Couch I ; filly, 2ys'and uhder 3-0 L Fuller 1, Mrs Fleimring 2 filly. lyr and' under 2 -0 M'Glinobhey ;1, Stewart Bros 2, F. t ??" .PDRAUGHT,' SSalllod 3yrq ndover-D Menacenn i mare, ye ndover-D Manson 1 and 2; mara or geldlng best adapted for farm work-E R Blgg 1, lItnOELLANROUS noo0 t,8. Spring cart horno or moro-Btewart Bros 1 ; high jbim'p--H D Morton's Mar lowo 1 (1ft Sin), Ihilllp'c Liberty 2 boggy horse-H D Morton 1 and 2; gent's back-C M'Glinchey 1, J Phillips 2; pair bogoy horseas-G L Fuller I; lady's hack-P H Morton 1, J Phillips an 0 lM'iltnchoy 2; tmal en junitr horse-0 M'GOllnhey's Gambler 1, Raen Cavalier 2; lady rider over hurdleea-Mrs lElliott : 14st back -J Phillips 1, O Linld. say 2; trotting in sadd...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
4 Liver & Kidney Trouble. |CLEMENTS TONIC Saves His Life. .J, The Case of ,Wr. Louis Bernasconi. (BY OUR SPECIAL Ra?ORTrn.) 'I wAS seized," sid Mr. Be'rnaeconi, "with violent paine acrosa the back." Our reporter was seated opposite the speaker in Mr. liornasconl'sa residence, at Gulldford, near ydnuoy, and was taking careful notes of all th~at he said. "And," continued Mr. Bernancon, "closely following upon th,.a pains came Very Dad Headaches. I couldn't make out what was the matter with me. I felt groat lassitudo and had no inolinatlon to move about, I didn't care for my food, and when It was brought to me I told my wife to take it away, asI couldn't bear to look at it, If people spoke to me it irritated me, for I took no interest in what they said, and I felt as though it was too much trouble to speak. At last I only said yes and no when spoken to. When itood up suddenly I should Fool so Diszy that I was forced to cling to my chair for suppuort." "o'- w long did you contin...
WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
WESLEYAN MtETUODIIT. Servloes will be conducted In tlheo Woesley. coPn Churohes on tlunday, an follows : ton tlama1 11 n.m-Mr W Oornford the Ilbna, 7.30 p.m.-Rev J WV Mooro nuobeOboroo, 11 a.m,-Mr 0 A Somervilleo The iberoo, 7,30 p.m,-Rev, I. Whoon meoetlngtngong 11 nm.m -Roev J W Moore hadl ephhgong, 7.30 p.m,-Mr. W Oornford bltldlntoarbour, 1l ,m,-Rev II hoeon but the ironn-, 2,30 p.m,-Roev J WV Mooro It wouel epeoleltEfoAleTI?ur OIIUnon, oEntO?teNoo. aide 'Bervicesa will be ondooted on Sunday next by the Rev, T. Moore, no follows: Onnr??eatienal Ohuroh, at ,11 m ongregatlonal Church, at 7.30 p.m. Ohrletlon En loevour Society overy Tueaday eveonln at 7 pin.m
LAWS RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
LAWS RELATING TO NEWSPAPERR. 1. Snepaineeu and advertiosers, who do not give zpreas notice to the contrary, rto cosideroi as wishing to continue their subocrlptions 6nd advertioementa. 2. If eubsorihers order the discontine eoneo of their pagiodionle, the. publisher may continue to send them until all ar. reoars ore paid. i3. If enbeoarihora refuse or neglect to tpoe papora from the qtiloo to which they sio directed, they are hold rooponslblo untirlt they have settled their bills . .. S4. 'If subecribrs moveto other plaoes withouýfinforming the puehipern, end the papers atr sent to thoir foriidr direootion, the subeori bore are responible/o 5, The \courte have decided that rto fusing to talkoperiodicals from the cflico or removing oN, leaving them uncallqd for, ti prima faie ..vidence of intenttenal fraud, t. Ifporsons pay in .,edvance for a neowapaper or quarteurly o.lvertlaomennt, they are bound to give notice to the pub. sehor at the end of the time tihiAt they do not wiah to con...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
LOTT' s ýzoýaYKý Fizz IS ALL THE RAGE !! a 2s per Dozen. Send your Orders in whilee.. . . . , there are a few Dozen left "e USINESS NOTICES. W- Ali Adysrtllemen leunder rac uenadlni will lee lesertedl for Re. ted, per quit. )?. BULLXN, GEIAGF, J'lrer~nld P1'imt 13 tier, Gaflefttr, &o,, jorr~Aong"sre~ Kiama - - BRO'W , P, Baker e., Mann%?- - B troet. opposite the', po~et . Ofuce, Bee ltttreslhment Roomafn? Kliama. OLEB, ALEX,, Hairdresser, Tobac. .i nisat, &o., Mtnnnlg.etroot. t P ,.,' Horeenhoer and General liackenlth, near Dymock'a Auction i, Terralong*etrrot. (IOUBINS & SON, lBoot and Bhoo Mi?rfasoturorer, Kiamn and (orrin. tong. CURRY; J., Plumber and Gaslitter, seer Mr. Ryan a. offlce,.Terralonro fteet. D YMOOK D. L., Auction Mort, Terrilong street. F ARR ALLEYNE, Ohomlet & Drug. gist, Terralong..treet. G AJIllIEL, billR LEONARD, Dentist, Opposlte Poet Offico. Klenau !-OLDEN BR(tS,, (T. & F') Fmnily S ' lutohers, Torralong.etroot. 1ENDALLt...
OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
orrior: notoon, Londoy lollvory.-'l'hu ofllco wlll b opon for delivery of Slydony mate he tWOOII 311(1n 1(3 0~,3 UOllc houro, wookt dloys--.Put (fllce Io open rognlorly fromn 9 n~m. until 6 p.m. There will ho two clnlivorlm idoily Iby letter crrnicrs (Sundoy excoptod) Ionvh0q tho 110 oftc D,:10 n~, nd ~3 p. n. Monewy Ordrl anod Saviog. Blnk Ofilic opon from 101n, bo. to 4 p.m. donily (Sundaly Lioooptod), ond dleosoo33o 0 alms roinoolto fromi 7 p1.m3. to3 3 p1,1m. (03 Saturday. I'ololgroadi (lilio il 330(3 d1(ily fromn 9 0.3(, to3 10 P.1io. (Suildoy Onoolltedl.) privaito poxeo, feo, 3330 g3u1133a l303 anios,33 m330 Ion o133333130( 333 ojppil~icaitnlit3 ((ff100 bnablingioxlbnxhldoro iso got thely 1 oo(3 any doy at Oany hiour,