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An Easy Winner [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

SAn Easy Winner* T'hoe cuOulltrymlnll is ilot always o simple nas ho is paitllled, A oarndshnrlpor, on tho woy from tho raoes, joined a slmll gRoup of stotion honds il a plublio. hIouse ill flay. Failing to intLoreoat the comnllly in tleo mysteries of the tllrooardt trick, he, in apparot shoeero desportionl, exclaimed : ' Weoll, look hero, ohaps ; I'll but any of you half a quid I can clt the io of spades, ally of you to shuftllh ad arruogo a pok of cords us you like,' at thoe smo time produciog the pack, whioih ho pusheod towards a likely viotht, who, agroeed to ocept tle wager, took up the pnok, alhillled thoem, old theu placed thllem ol the table. Thie sharper theo took his knife and out hla pack oloanl through, t thie anmo ttie snaying: TThoro, I to out tho aco,' SNo, that you lhavel't,' quitotly ro. iliud the yokel as he pocaketed thu etakoo ; v tohe a. n of spades i up ly eloevo.'

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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A Minister's Downfall. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

A YIlulater's D)oswnfrll. A Scltcil msiniaeor aed his heaidlu ewore returll'irlg fromi a renal old.lsahionud IarriTgU . '* We had bettler gang in by ihe baok way th niollt,' aaid tle aijisteor on orrivillg loanr the ,oIllSoe, * W\Vat woy ?' queried Sinldy. * A wool, thore a Ibooll ii deal o' whisky gRaoili, lld I thlilk it waid be boUtter.' ' Ni, Ia; strauollt forrit,' porsisted Saoidy, Vorn wool, thoun i but at any r?o i'll walk oil in Iront a moolot, and you'll toll's lioo I'm daoll.' Tile ministelr thou walked IIon a few yarda, aod oalled book, HoII am I dlie, iothen, Sandy ?' ' Bawly, air, brawly; but whn's that wi'your

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

SIIN Ul?IfIH'LOYKI) , VoWe fool quite downlolarti d IJOIhI it lo cleaonr Thoughl Want lihn dpnrtod Tihoro'a poverty hmro I A Coul!urn eartor last weeook baoked o'cart into tihe platne.gian widow of Natlhan Hnrnman's Mlelt Parlor, The lose Vwa £10, Solne people lose more thaan tlat by bnokng htores?s, Punetunlit y lh the thinf of time, It is bettor to let the other man wait for you, Molong Argue asks: 'To it true that a certain individual hae a boo In hise Ihntste' .Now, how the clovllloel hem oann-you have a honnot without a ' b ' The sae whho'e writing to the preos Anti has lose brains than brawn ogielns ?tool timte by snying *1file Attontion hld heon drawn I' Bloy I Why do tohey dall them tie annual.raoes, .Pa P Pa: Ioor?eo Lse they're hold overy year, Iloy I Wht's hIeld Pa the hIorase or tithe roaes Pal Both, Premieor RolI I Every man who 'gets rto Parllement expraote to boeomt Framlsr in thme, If all future Pro. leor htang on Hio G, II, Reid, Dr, Rose will he a pretty eanolent p...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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SNAP SHOTS (FROM ORANGE "LEADER.") [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

SNAP SHOTS (Fn6M Ousas " Leaun, "') INuPOIIATRDO puntor ut a local raoo mootingg A horso you cnil hlm1 VWhy, hIo's too (blesed) slow to be n (bloosed) olothee Iorse I They pronnon the word wlmmiln ' boonuso of theilr whims ond fnnolos, Bllltol Will Qouolnnd beo tnln into thie feduration1 Anti-billltol No, Now Routh Wuie will bo thako in I Moilbhlin is a good howler, hut we hope he won't drown his euocos in a lowlng bowl, Botter stllk to the oil. brook, Thle more we road nbout rLordi Beaul chomp tihe moro conlvinced owe are thnt he in one of tim snolnhily, Ains, 'tie very oft thie samo With gonerous men of wenlt, Who do their kindly eeds for farme And blush to find them steolth, Ils Exollonoy the Governor hone forwnrdod thu following Irillinnt letter (wsitten nll out of. Ile own hood) to Preomior Reidol I swlh to tlhanlk the people hourtily for their kind fsrowell I' And yot thorn aro some porAoue who arguo thatl oloyer man havo alevor sonsi I From tho 'llSign of the Oroee ' and the ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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AUSTRALIA'S SILVER CITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

AUSTRALIA'S SILVER CITY, (BY Jour PLUrMana, Sydney.) Tile story of Broken Hill, the great centro of the Australian silver-mining ildustro, reads like a chapter of romance. Little nore than fifteen years ago the district in which the world.famous silver mines are situated was an immense shoep run of a most uninviting charactor, tave in the eyes of tile pastoralist, to whom a broad stielch of country, several ihun. dred miles in extent, presoenting no possible inducement to tile ordinary settler, is simply invaluable. But one eventful day a boundary.rider-a man wtho assists in looking after wandering live stook-assorted tIlat he hod found traces of silver in the UBarrier Ranges, a geological feature of that part of New ostll Wnales near the South Australian border. At first the sews was dis. holieved in Syduoy and other places bit subseqhent investigation not only piroved the correctness of the statement, bit also slowedt that tle nowly.discovered silver.foid extended over an area of ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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THE FATAL LILIES, The Lady of Larchton Mere. CHAPTER IV (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

THE FATAL LILIES, -OR The Lady of Larchton Mere. ---0-- CHAPTER IV (CONTINUED). She could not expect thie same at tention to be paid to her little son in his cradle; but it was gall and worm. wood to see it paid to Ross. If she could have had her way, she would have swept all measory of the dead Spanish wife and her son from Larclh tol Mere. If she had dared, she would have had removed from tile wall the lovely picture of Inez, Lady Curenor, taken in tile first year of hier married life. She hated it for its sweet sad'beauty, as she had hated every other trace of the dead woman whom Sir Austen had loved so well, Once, and once only, did sire give hint a glimpse of tiles: feelings. They were looking at the pictures--he was explaining to her how he came to have so isany excellent ones-whlen sre paused before this picture of dead Inez, 'Do you think this face very beautiful?' she asked, affecting not to knrow whose it was. He told her, adding that he thlought it one of the loveliest he...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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Why England Is Great. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

lhy lRngland IM (lrentt. An Aullstrlin profeaor, who holioven in theo valo of ygieol, dloolnrore tiat Eng, land Inryply owen her asprenoey over otheor nIltionll to thlle ntionl bnthtulh, nld tlint the ooly nuro woy to outntr p Entlulalnd In Lo hosl her in the uno of worr. On' tlhe ner ore f olonnliinos at Ineltr we Roo Ulad to find thnt otheor naitons are fo llowing o, r lend in thin roeapeot Feneh ieopole who formnrly thooeht a weokly and oven sometlmoen a eonllhly hIth nilllilonti for nnitnllry ulr. (Osll OW Inldlgol in thl morningl Whien a ohllll (lioen I P'ortugal, the motheor conrelr s ln ittleeo oullln, moro reontlly thlao noet out of an old box, lvbfn Iti l glan IId, nnd pilnooa thel olill tn It oiler ro1gig ii It toe a lll bittling it vlthn yellow wl. SIhe ten car enrie it on her Ilenl to lthe emoltery wlloere it nla ln'olld lin i brlok hone, IAbove gromndll, n ln thelo invrlnble Portugono ouetom, Ihat nll may uo. It.

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Sandow's First Boxing Lesson. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

S?.andow's ,Eirs4l Ilo.4uI Helore i a goodl story of BSnndow, thle "Strong Mlan," It scomen that, to spit of his mny \wohderful feats of strength, hloe haId iever studird tho art of aontlio boxig liald ol holog chatlled about tils by htd frionds, doelded to take some private lessons of Nod DonnoelIy, the foamous ibohtog master, and astonisha tholl, HIo aoeortdigly n0ade sn appointment with Mr. l)onoely, ian at the time Iihod prosoisted himtaself, ani ,oxplaiaed wnlat ho wonted, 'Well, slaid Mr, Donnolly, 'I will frs onlkho olear the theory of ite boat way to tdeliver yoIr blows, and than we will have a spar with tlhe gloes on, to onabole you to pat your knowledge into praotlooe,' And tilts Ltloy aoordiogly didi, Isst tnsa I for thle lspil, wlioao inltetiolls were so oeoellon, alid tlhe master, whos so rshldy onttred nteo tee u ,ranual inhlt t At the irst Ilow, Saldow manangoed{ to breal0 down hti tutor's guard, anti smanlh his arm into tlis ilarganl, anti poor Nedt Donnolly wnas car...

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A FATAL SNAKE BITE [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 April 1899

A FATAL SNAKE BITE - . -. ON Wednesday morning last, while   walking in a paddock among a number   of ferns, Miss B. A. O'Keefe, daughter of Mr. C. O'Keefe, of Wallaby Hill, Jamberoo, was bitten by a snake two inches above the ankle. The reptile, which was of the brown species and five feet long, made two nasty fang marks, one more prominent than the   other. Local remedies were applied and Dr. Beith sent for. The Dr., who arrived some two hours afterwards, found his patient in a serious condi- tion. He at once injected strychnine and did all that was possible to save the young life that was passing away, remaining by her side nine hours when   the end came. The funeral took place on Thursday, the remains being placed in their last resting place in the cemetery of the Roman Catholic Church at Jamberoo. The Rev.     Father Heydon officiated at the grave     side, there being a very...

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POLITICAL PARS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 April 1899

POLITICAL PARS To ' Freeman's Journal ' regards Mr. Nicholas Ilanwken as ' thn mast comical and extranrdinary of the whole lot of recent Upper Houso nom inees, and adds that by his appoint. meont an air of burlesque has been given to the nominlations, Ther was somoe violent languago in the Assembly on Thursday Sinath addressed Eddon thus ;--' Oh, for God Ahoighty's sake, can't you sit down You've had your pitch; lot me have mine. Damn it, you think that Now castle in the whole of the colony.' Of course Sleath had to ' withdraw,' but what a force this apology business is I Then later on Orick and hblngher exchanged some compliments. AlMoagh. or (to Orick) ; " You're a beautiful pearl for the .position of honourable, at any rate." Orick : " You'ro in beau. tiful pearl for it position in gaol," lMeagher : " Where you ought to be," Orick: " \Vheren you would be now but for mn'." Nice Parliament-nico legislators-nico menl Politics and politicians; in this co. lory at lest (observes the C...

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GO TO A. BOLES' [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 April 1899

001 TO' n molit~w Fijr thio Bnott 101011III19 TIihlk'i f.Iion, fl'( Jloon ic va ry uo RIlhC ~oil n 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 April 1899

HOW TO SLEEP WELL oOT weathor brings nlong In Its train, among n lot of other dll?agroe. able allments and coIlltions, insonitnk, A hot night, a too heavy mnl, n litthle oxtra worry, and, lo and bnhold, tIhe goddoson Bloop rofusos to visit our hnI. naide. A pannoon, 3lno Iloans, fortun atnly now ohnlgnn nall this nort of thing. Tho wnothnr tony he in hot, n good fq urn itonl onton, and roaulnr work dlono wltlh portet, onn, After tho une of thin worll.dfnmed ronoody, Inonmnia ho?nont n thing of the ponat. COron on oveory hand ntteot thli, ntd attoot the foot that ntlhor oilmnta nouh no hilllousnotto, nlok and ncrvons Iihendaoholt, Indlgoutln, conltipation, plno, fomalo wenlnnoe, pnlolfnood girls, Irrogularltlren, had breitIt, pimplon, blotehlters, dioineoss, iall liver and kidlney troublon, dytnpepno, Ih?ert palpltation, paln IInh?nolc an: otio, fti l. noon aftor rating, look of phynlonl tone? heaorthurn, and thatt tlrnd oll?on nrn alno ourod by thin rontndy. ltin 3rannn are not an o...

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A RINGER RECORD [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 April 1899

A RINGER RECORD BEYOND a question tho featlure of the lato Sydney Auriculturnl Show (says " Truth ") was the unprecedented success attending the visit thereto of MIr. H. D. Morton, of Oorlangatta, with his team of eleven supierb horses, To undertake ouch an expemsivo trip waes alone most creditnhli, hut to make it such an extraordinary success was a startler even to the popular station boss himse]f. Mr. ,lorton (who by the way, hred Elcho, winner of the eteoplecha0ns last work at Ralnd. wick, and sold himn to Kelso only seven weeks before his win), brought up from tho South Oonst, as stated, eloven horses, and with those he captured no loss than 14? prizes, in sluding no less 7: firsts, Oonshideoring the big entries this seems almost In. credible, but it is true. With the well known South Ooast buggy horse, iHarry, Mr. Morton toosk second prize (he sold himn subsequently for £75); second in the coaching onres cluas with the handsome bay 4-your old lotto: first with that picturo in b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 April 1899

'. ?. porwichnt Cotu(h trko Woods' K IQ ormi t lsod and 2 i 0. No t - , :i' ., Nationai, Do,noostic, Ideal, ,. e lr and Wilson, WIlcoe x a(d bn ibs. .iong Machines to ho had at h KNIGHT'S, Jowolltoer, (iama. 0 ila, E, W, MlAKOuw reports a mrst saccassful salo of Mr, Alfrud Onoke'r dairy hard at Alatcnvillo the othor day, The excelohnoc of tho yard of cowo is b'liefly Summod top by tho fact hatr his Il9 cows mado tho mlgoilicent ow rago of £11 Is Cd por head, the hithest yot reached for any full yard of cows In thids or the South Coast district, and arotin that £16 was tho highest hid for an individual boast shows what a vary ooeven lot of cows Ihoy wore, The Durham hull SChampion,' winner of a dozen show ring hloourr, fouind a oew iwisor hIn M?, ,aman Flotnlog, of Eureka, at £22; Four of this sires aous brought E 10, £7, £0 15a aod £L l5s respectively. Bull calves oo the bucket brought from £1. to £2 ls. Poddy heifers brought from £2 Is to £2 17e Od, Pigs : Slips 1s, half falts 10aI...

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Illawarra Railway Service. DOWN TRAINS, [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 April 1899

Illawavra Railway Sorvico, `Stutoux, 811111a). I '1 r . 51 f Ai~lk Sylt3'nn,.. 71p., 8 '10 ii 410 1 o0 1 1f0 3 '.I IIttl t'etrl41 ,, 8 r12ff 60 r11ff I . fi ,,, WI'ttrtftll ,, 9tft1{ 3ff 2 .17'1 (1U , lrluttthttruf ft ff I9 f A, .1 .vi'eu 0,, {1 t 1st 2-lt 23(12 .12 iln'II l'itkf,l: "r 7 ', 85,tlfft271 it, Cliftont ~X1t 18 7 1 iiner I).'u0nI:I; 5 r1 A1ll tat i,ttlt ,, ftaf 7,1:1{;{ý fu4& {Ifwl7li, Illi ~ II) 1(:;7 _113 08 5.41 b ,t , 1fla th i 1,!17 1I a 5'a o r a l t' Itt l 47 -17.1 201 IttI 7 gtottf J tltp~,11 2 7 354114 , 9t)0I f Kentt, (lratigo 111,t148, 7"11)18 *ttb 1'11tit if I 1a.1, 8n21 7., 411"t.13l A fltI1tt Ptark 11 2ff 8 2607 15'4 677 tIllitttt , rvir 11 N 815x1f 7 5 .7.7 2.7. (li~ ft.12r I 3 ,,,,,, 8 7.ft I Cf t~rlttgottu 112141fl $.1. 7l 8 21,9 Kltfiljmtf ,,, ar I lAi2,fttt60f ..... 111 67 flurry 4,ng112141)1 id; ,,, ~ AIII N,.tI~ura ,.ftfI2 *I2f 1120 .. .,, ft lI furr ,, fff01)131 ~ t Ohluon doim. Snuuanya tlaya Nuwrn,..dalp. ,.. 7 0,1 10 it 1( ,11181111'I1 Di...

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KIAMA GAS CO [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 April 1899

KIIAMA GAS CO RIetrAeK By n Mit. D. EL. l)Yv.tooc,. AT the haolf.yoarly mooting of Oharo holders in the Abhove Conmpiy, hold on Friday afternoon last, and raterred to in Saturday's ieoue, Mr, D. TJa, Dymook, who presided, moved thIe adoptioun of the report and balance-shoot, and referred at snme length to matters relatin g to the Com pany gonornlly. tne pointed out that the question of depreoiation of profit by not roeolving the usud sum for the street lbtmps was not of sutch aterial account to the eCampany that people ihad otated it to be, They, ae a compaony, hail alwanys mot tioe Counell on fair commorociai lnton, and had they not to light the etreotn with gee they would not have to purchase the anl for making the Ien, anid onseqaquently would have a consldorable rodiction for eloeanhto l n, lightitn lnmpe, eta. He w old li?.tu to ? tt the portioutlar attention of the goenerald publio to the faet that the doproolation of securitioes was very it matorially reduced by the amount Il...

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MEETINGS TO BE HELD [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 April 1899

MEETINGS TO BI-,'IIELD N.10 L.OL. metwst Aptil 25, at .04 I."

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CORRESPONDENCE TERRAGONG COMMON. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 April 1899

CORRESPONDEN OE TIRR(tGONO COMMON. fo Tto orIT Oi, Sr,-- Again I trouble you for at small space to ouotradict those sourrilous re marks and misroprosentaotioons of Alder man Ortig at last .1muboro. Outall nuotio. illes re.marks are urnbootoming of a gentlotmtan In hIis pol'ont, and I must ropootflllty ark him to inform me where I inlsultud him, As far as I knIto, what I satotoed is the truth, and I will not rotrant one word of what I have stlated to ploaeo him or tlany of his swaitp associatost Ho aoppotrs to ome to be chif of a group of aotota who are playitg " Tdrragtng dom toott for I tomr ho toit, and titdlng Ilia programmeo a uulinanolat spaoulation he Ioosw his temptr, tand in having to back down roesort to Insulting respootablo pople, amid Ihas tihe otfrontory to not Jack ,n hrath sidna. ib asseortions In roforotuto to Aldoerman Eat and tmyseolf ,r, untruthful, and I would be pleased if Aldermatn last would make a lstatement. I than would be jstlld to make a statumenott mysel...

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PHASES OF THE MOON [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 April 1899

PHIASES OF '11I: MOON Last Quartor 3rd First Quarter i8thi, fTrull Moon 211tih

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MEETING OF THE UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 19 April 1899

MIITPING Of 'PItE UNION, Tit avnnual motina 'tof the S. 0. R. Union wan hold at flurry on Wealotnday afrornnnn, the Prantihhi (r. R. J. Ilaigg) norupyiing the chair, Reaprnontativoe wore preann froma Berry, (arrinaong anard Sthoilhiven, Thie Roorotary reanld the Annualt report and bal n hbtca.hnnt, whloh ywere ndnaipted, 'l'ln report draw attn tine to tihe expanse p ai rrled in roforne' IX Inanos last nianan, atd nitaed that nomeln ' a wan a due li the Union by dllfArant einhq fir noxpoaeon ianorred Iln canm otiona with Sydlney refanran, iThe Saerrary wasl Ineiruelated ton frnih enach Oluh with n natolmant aihwinv the amount duo in oinnteltion with refnoram, TIn cannoot In with rho junior onmpthlnn, the Secretrary aitedi that harry ihlil won last nanaon, but only the Shnlhnvnial Oli, had paid tlia entranan feu, It was oolded toIn refund lia nntatl p?al In hivy Shn?lharvn. lihn Preildent tore prosnouted thie ilaty shield to thire Sihnandhaven alinh, tliv h aving won It lthia previous...

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