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THE RIFLE SUCCESSFUL VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

THE RIFLE SUCI1SSF?L (. VOLUNTEIRS., (to'tuouaday, at ith Uutltdwthk rl~on , thet Kiii |. \ontlltors ointdo nlollthur reoird, lwhon T ncuilr?oi:Ir Anllold'ti tunin wa: "'I'Th Ulundli" (E£8), EJrge .nt U. V. ((lnlh.t's teIlml omllilltn ttnllod (?1it? lOt) itd S rgoont J. T, Ithlon' fourth (AD.) The winnin te ram, which tw 9 tllh hird pinttol tfoI Iho Omllnptly, wtoro hItrllly Illllhlllthld IoII thdir ouritoins wiu . h Ii toiht ho it?lniod Ihi Ithu colllliliolltn trll t evlli volluys to bh Ilrttl l70 ueC'tidt, hut thiIr tiiO htId oxtirol hIforo thl wilnijg tluni liid flltd tthio ovoII Ir;Ly, tho t tnllllltin wi:l; o Volltty less ItlIl thU Iohir cOllln nlothloa, Thu "I Ul di"u ruorae!llts u +a lulllnmm cha~lhovs shi ',ld which has bouon ptll utp to[I colmtiilt:on Icy iloauna It. Illeklh,,+ aI *1V. M++ tou, It is to h' willo twic i? t ai 1taittn, itr a Intal tof thrun I iii alllll d I, to hloq)c i hllllNl It Ip "trty ot ttt 11 tiott to h whic t(Iht i ,m e?ttl(n. Thou it witt bto cuntote...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

Sorvlooii will ho ao~iLlUtod in ha~ P'ro o nytorlon Ohlurhohu on1 Sonldoa7 Inoxihy tho on.v J. 11orgorn M, n.l cn tollon'.I .Thmbnron '11 n~m. Kinano, 2,110 p~m. KIama, 7 pitn.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RELIGIOUS CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

RE lJ G IOU OILUOCII OF F.OOLAINI ThalINo Q 1orle mSl im cmiii' Iicti in *mid.Ly flortlby tho Rev, S. I9. cllhbmA ma (ollowim Kir no, 11 n.m. Goo~.namig, 2.110 p.m. Klnma, 7 p~m. 'Soreleea wrill ho conniloted in the Oholrob oF England, .In~lml~rnn and Shell. harbour, onr anndny noel, 'ry the~ Rae. II. Sitoplione, on fillnien: QnlollmarlinOC, 11 na'., ,lnmbnrno, 7 pc,n.tm

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

dAbVATION AILMV. YIG~VICaK Wll 120 ooncliotod in hlo lar flfl o 6uiunlny on rollowa: 7 and 11 n~nm, II p, Rtld 7. P 201

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

W dRIYAN hyTIITODIW'P, "'orvloes will bo oolnduotold in tho Weoley. an Churohoes on Rilundy, os follows I ElmRs,11 nm--Rov ,T \ Moore Klamn, 71 p,m-.Ro. I{ W e[ , rt' Jamboroo,1 n11, ,- Rev T1 WVhoow Ja~nborooe, 7 pm--Mtr, 1 A Snmorollle Qorllngong 11 n,m.- Mrr, W. Cornefrd, Shellhnrbour, 11 n,m,-Mhr 1 A LSiner villa Shollhnrboar, 7 p m,-Rwn, v 7 M'ooro Yellow Rock, 2,80 p.m,- Roy el \ihoon CON(IIIIKATIOAL OllclOll00l, ORRINOOCO, Seorvloos will be anneduotoled on Sndy next by tho Reov. T. Moore, ns folluws: JongreoR~ationl Olhuroh, at i11 a.m Conroeguatlinal Ohllroch, at. 7 .' Ohristian En levoyr noleotly every Tuosdsy erovllnn at 7,:10 le,n

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TALE OF A SIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

TALE OF A SIGN. , At the southwest corner of Broadwny ond First.otreel atntnd the grneat wholesalo store of Attorbnry Smith. Every Now Yorker know tlho plooo and has heard the story of theo rio of It owner from theons tote of an imple rhoemaker to the proprio. toroloip of the grateat.lefnther gooda busl. nois in the country. One eultry nftornoon in early spring Lawrence Hubbub, pierohed higlih on tile top of e steplodder, weo lnbuori awayny with his brueeles, A motley orowd of meon, womol and childron stood golzilg intently at him as le oevolved theo cene by tio son. Thile horsos were doneo nd litteol witll Smithl's hariioe, and now he was lIyinl on tlo ocenn nid dlotting it here nnd there with elil., Anid us he nlmost meohlnoeally piloed his brush younKg Hubbub rmn his mind back over thuo ventl of tho ycur. Ho thought of how lie lind rotlurncd from P'arie almost pennlleie ind el ot nbout to fulll his chiosen denstiny-to follow arb for art'e r nke. Ho hld inteonded tlhat lfo to him ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE QUEEN'S ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

THE QUEEH'S ORDERS. Butherlantd wia a fncoue hound, nomed from tlo Englosh bunkor who proosnted him to the Emprse of iRussla. This dog came iar causing the most tracicnl mistake that hena ocourred withlin the moemory of fiArlcn olore. "Sir," snid a valeot one mnornino, enter Iog the chamber of the Mr. BStherland who g?avo thle dot to the Empress 'sir, your hlouse is surroundedai by guardls, and tho dlrootor of the polico is requestinl to aseoo yell." " What dooe hel want 2 " cried the bahker, " I know lothing, eir," replied tihe valet, " but lb uppears to be an afair of import. SiccO." " Show him in." The valet departed andil roeppeanrod in a tow momonts, conducting Mhr. Reliew, ,vwhom the banker at a gliuco porcolved to be the bearer of fortmidable news. He beo gan I " Sir, you meot bellove how very deelply I anc greloved cit lhaving beoon chosen by my groious sooroireln to acoomplisil n ordter whose iovority aelifota me, thotugh it lhs ,ndoubtodly boenI provokecd by a great crimes...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR THIRD EYE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

01111 I 1) IYI,. Ib Ull probably Ie "wr o o o lo.t pI eul to iItur thll illllslflllt l mtallol n tll uyv oxiabsIlouo ill ouItebhrato, inehiilg man, so hIIo lllollh rron thI thlirl n) fo rmnln poart ulr tn plolol gllld-o smlll roals but thi also Ill I0,R I alonnet Iho very oeltro of l?hobtln, _'oel' blllshrmryr lllro there walrno orsols) hIItI Is the *nll~kInIlo orporesloim, 'the mlnol'n aye," lhler m th rtllllnattr seer mlrlamreul( or

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUCH WED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

MUCH WED, It le usually considered a oteworirtby clreom tancell for l lla or womlan to be marrlied three tlie e. but ef old thbs number wold il iate bean thbolgbt little of, 141, Jerume mientlions a wlow oto married her tweatya.eneoad hllbadl, wholn i hlil tr illehad beu matrited te twelilty*two wiversa--alrely alln oxplrielel oouple I A womean tnamed llsluaslth Mai, who died st tloroence, 17008, Ilild beel marrled to seven hlae liald, alnl of whom ns outlivedtl, he marrlied Ie Inst of tlha seven at bthu age of 70. Wbhe olln bher deatllbedl slt recalled tl e goodl and bdll polinots or eaoh of her buoebailn, indl hbavlio lIIt. pirla' rllyelgbAd thes n l th baisnre, ba lntiled oit0 hlir 1(11h afloulo as Ilin (nvuoiillteasld delsired her remalllI nllit be Il?lterrod nlear hisl 'I'hbo ileathl of a aollher re recorded in 1704 who hal lire wrives, atIl( his wdlow, ageil 00 wept over len Igrave of r foullrth hulebnll,'l The wrrlter who melllltneld threse ots vrlanlly alded I " Thbs saId so...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A JOKE ON THE CHINESE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

A JOKE ON THE CHINESE. A party of Obinesn Maloarlioa marhineg in state to the striesa of "'lTommy, lake ItqtOl for your Uncle," l an idea worthy of a Ultibert sad dullotlan oomilo opera, Yet uoh anl evenet has tkerj place ii real life. onme years ago Li Ilngn Okang, Uhilna's greatest statemaon, .iatetd ai Yankee bandmaoter to train for tinl rhand of Uhiaese muslnlane. 'the Yaolkee, Ike most of ti countrymnen, weeas t bit ofn hiinorlnt, aid ha Igave to leach of his pil.tailed initrmieitlliste a munlo album of tllglik conlio songs., aesrinlig thel thlie tI to l tnes wrle suitable for elate nonsons. The r onLeeluecllei, wea, thot wheln Li Iluoog liaong om In state .ncomnlpaled biy li auite, to unall opon the Eug. Ith Amliansdorl, he did uso to tile straiins of "T'ommy h Iike Ittoin foryorr [tnnlo,"anli, later, when the Wu diplom ttlts aidJourned to Ik ellipperroom together, tley dhit po s the "'rwo Obladihes," the band blowing awey at liIe straltl, i ,ald tlhe old Obdllah to the young ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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HER PROMISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

HER PROMISE. v.o to bu hila vife ? ,,d .yo,, mny unughter, wht dild you nay o0 hirint iloII told himln you wouald ay yea or no tonight atL your birth. dlay bll I Alll Ihow life repo??a itsull! WiLt do I n eno Yn ?our lover it comillg to you as iilne was Coling O 111to thirty years ago0. And mine never onmo. \WItt wilt you say to Vanon Loniglht I You doln't Iitel knIiow 1 " Li?tenl. my clild. " Thirty years ago, olayllower, T, litke you, Ii Ilenoty of ailtors; I couhlt't et 'tre whlich of theom I lilokedt best. 'Porhtne I tldil't want to tive up my queenahip over matny for qeoenshllpover oneo. So I dlllied twilih Mllnriee Leelio. Yes, tllttto his initi. itiroure il ity dtopk. Looks like ai soldier ? \'tell, you think solhiere irreclt,lblo, por. hals didn'lit beaouse I nsaw o muoh of themI. \'Ion ronotemember, we Ilvodi neaior a garrisno town, aod oll our friedtle ware soldiors. " Wall, everybody wantedtl me to marry L'Captain Leslie, and becane tihey dil, andtI tlhe matchl wnoe no ad...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Witness's Opinion. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

The WitnesM's Opinionl, At I poillouourtL in0 ou0 fIt theu toIn if Now 8outh Wulon an Iriall witnluas hllowed algua of lovity whIlIo boin ox. annleod, nod wa.proumptly onutioneod by the proalding maglnsgitt o onddroan thu Oourit III a booomling tRnlnllor, olau he would h co0 oUtlnllLtoUd for cotol)tt, SWhlloro'a tho polrt ' V lid the follow, with a llght nrl ol disdanl, Sln'm the Ouort, replied tho mglim. trmot, wth momuo diglty, SDoril bit I of i aold thu wltnonas. ' Ye're ist Pddy Mo?llh?lano, the tat olurohnt I'

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A New Kind. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

A Neiw instd, A gootiomlno of theo |obrow plor. aonoiio w?l as reooltly lzttllod to a crook Sootlih rogitnot., Tho otw acqoltllon wans dinousoud by nll iloleibura of tle roglootlL witll sollon wormth, Woll, well,' at lngth eold tho SourKungol.Major '?'vousooll tllaylr~agllO thinos In ay lito. Wo?e6' had Ilio. llntor frau Englond, Rod I?llollndors frIno Wluo, an?d we'vo had IllolaoldorI Irtu Irtolold, but i~ tIuo wh?lo alcuro of y oxlaltuloo, huys, It's the Ilrt tmlo wo've had a [lulnodlor rno Joerualeom.'

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Into the Lion's Den. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

Intlo thlie Llon's l)en, A colmeoroial trnvellor nat Itodforn IRailway BStatio quieoly wont u?p to stranger just as tlhe traiI for thU South, western diltriot won about to start, and ,sked: 'Aro you going by this train I' 'I am,' said the atrogaor. 'Iava you auy luggogoa' ' No.' Will, my frlond, you might do mo a favuour, I lhave two big trunks, nod tbe outhorltiaea nlwoy's make ma0 pay extLa for o on of them, You tabke ol of tluem for ile; it will coat you notbitig, you Sal, 1' I Yua, I an o but I havon't ?aly tikot,' Why, I thoughIt you said you wure Uligiu by tiis traitl ' QUito so. I am n railway duteutlv III this llle,' '(l I' anidl tho travellr, na hlu wondorud ofltol pay the uxtro clilrgo.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

SGeneral Information. -o The singing of the national hymn of China occupies half a day. The horsne hal the.smallet stomach of an?y quadruped, in proportion to sioe. China hans.a many different dialects as Europe. Twice as muoh beef ammutton is con. numed ill Great Britain. Englanld's cheese oonsumption is greater than that of any other coulntry. Australia ls capable of suppirting, at least, one hundred million inhabi. atents; but t withoutitu federation. Wheo a miaid of honour to the Queen marrieh during her term of duty, Her Majeaty give' her a proesent of £1,000, Altair the Pope, the most powerful man in the Vatican is said to be the Popeu's valet, The dirtiest peole on earth are said to he the ihabiitants of Thibot, who never wash either themsnselves or their garnleltls. The biggual liaimtormn on record was that on the Ountinent in 1788, when halletonios over half a pound in weight are recorded. Saturday the Priniic of Wale en sidern hii unlucky day. Hie ,rand. ilothor, his fathl...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What He Preached For. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

W?\ht Hle Preaollced For. A olorAylnma, whloeD salary lllan nat boon paid for aovoral nalltaa told the truntool thal ho m1at halvo tllhe molO.y1 as lin family woro ual'aring from tile wnlnt of tlleo uoonnarlson of lifo. M yollnoy I' oxolnlalod onn of lIao trultoel tlanted for lin ntilIngllosnn- Smolney I DIa y(o1a plronoh for olonIoy P I Illa~aht y'o pronoelld for tla e a ooa of 'hllo mhnnllor roplled I S80 1l do ball I oann'L anl eall I ald If I aauld, ii wooul ?lake a goll frw tlounandnl nuoll a yooura to akIlllo a meal.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Danger Ahead. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

I)tanger ALotd, 'loThe followlig ldvortlsouont waer posled up at North Shild:n Wa Wornoan several Idl an~d disordorly [rson haO1 ve lately mado a prultloo of rldihlljn oi n Ma bhlloolgig to Mr, Ilank??, now a loa? ay ocldoult nho1101( hlnllpO, hIo tlkaon thils motlll hol of ibfrnulg thel p1bllo tlllhat hIo il deturllllulod tL noot hIa said oaa, Ho thoroforo oautlons oay poraou who mlay be rldllllg o It at tI he Lhuo to leklo uro of hhius.o llsIt, by noho Iholrtullno oialako, ho ahoold alholt thu arorng o0 hl,' Thba clnaur.elgal' had thl desired oluot,

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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What Mamma Said. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

WLhat Inlwmma inlhl, A little girl w.a huay dlppltg h?r dolly's plloaori i II a baslla. 8a br (athar, who Iald booe witolhllg bar, What arc you dolng(, NoIllio ?' 'Il'm trying to dyo doally's plnuoro r od, papa, uodl I and whalt are you dyhing it with t' ' lBoor, pay.' 'DoorI Wh', wlhoovar told you boor wan a dyo ? ' I hoard mllluma say It wan boor tlha usdo your llnan noa r? ol tloulllgit- ' ' lore1, Mary, tlako ill ohbild away,'

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TWO HYPOCRITES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

Two lHypoCrites. She sat in her oosy chamber, with the curtainIs ilI drawn tight, curled up in a great big rocker, fair and sweet in the soft lamplight, A bonbon box on the table with the choicest of sweets was filled, which shie daiittly nibbled whlile writing the words that her lover thrilled: "Oh, I long for you tnow, my darlilgl I without you my life seems dreanr; tIlre is never a bit of oomfort for ine unless you are ner I" And her lover road the letter as he sat ic hIis bachelor don, -with his fort cockeld up on the mantel, in thle usuci way of icnn withl a bht: olf ciar'at hins lbolw atcd a pipe and t glttues near by, aucd tIe semoke alouds wreatlhed about him as bhe ecloed her loncely cry: "Oh, I loccg for you loev, cny darling I witlcolct you cny lifo seiem drear i ltlere is never a bit of eomfort fur me uncless you are near I"

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Insect and Fungus Diseases. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

Insect and Fungus Diseases. B1 MEBos8. ALLuN, BLOUNO, FRoonwr, AND OUTtnEIEa. ronm the Agicletural Gazelttes of N.S. W. ---o-- JN THIIEE PARTS.-PART I. The Grape Vine, B-Fungue Diseases, (1) Oridiutmn,. .Thls fungus (Odiunm Tuckeri) is ocoorally known as the Powdery Mil dew, and is widely distributed in Anl. Lralia, iloing much damage In the dry as well as in the moistur climates. Some variltios of gralpue are muchl more uot. ceuptlble to i thanll otbere, This fungus grows upol the outer tissues of the ainu, and attacks the buds, loaves, young wood, bhrries, and stalks. It usually attacks hie leaves first, and resembles a white powder, which can easily be soo, on the buds. If it is not aoockod it finds its way to the brries, alnd covers them with its groyllh-white, powdery.looking fllanmnts, If loft un cioloked the ofoclt if the parasite is to tighton and ihardenr the skil of the berries, and in some instaoUs to caUse tlemtto dry up and orack, Troeamlont.-Tho applincation of sul. ph...

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