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Arrival and Despatch of Mails [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
Arrival and Donnatch of Mails Trl fi llowini in tih ilm .l title hbo.,, d at thleo Kinma PmI'c;t.llic for the arrivnal itln delpaitchl of mntils., (hlly (Sudnlay .ex c pted.) i1All.n itt.0l' tOt) A.). 1 A. . I P . 1 Bombo............ 8 1 Dunmoro... ; 7 Slinll irliour 'o..- 7 0 J 5 Albion Park,....,, 7 Dnpto,.... ..,, 7 Wollnogofg ,...... 0 1 Sydney .... ........ 7, 1 O mborr.o......... 7 8 11.10 1borringoog,,,..,., 7,> 11,1n ierry ............ 7 11.15 Nowra ..........,. 11,10 8 Ilomboro ...,,... 8,16 2. Jorrra ........... 8,10 iMAtr l A.II.V. FI)OSt O Sydnoy ..,....... 8,10 12 0 Wollongotng..,,,. 12 I) i)opto .......... . 12 Albino Park..,,., 12 Shollhnbrbor,,,.,. 13 ) DuiitIoro. ,,„.., 9 Nowro, ...,,.,.... 8 2.30 Tiorr .......... . 8 2,730 l orrngoig.,,.... 8 7 Je hlrlror o .,,... 11 (,.1 ilorrarn ~ .,.,,,, (.1u A malclo~nInt Kminn Pont OI)Jco At 0 Pmuino St:di~ay onlylavingby tho
Feeding Pigs in Summer. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
Feeding Pigs in Summer. From the Agricultural Gazette of N,8. W. -0 Summer is the time to make pork. Making it in winter requires too much toad to keep up the animal heat. If hogs have plenty of grass in summer and about half the corn they will eat, they will fatten rapidly; and my belief is that 31b. can be made on less grain than rib, in cold weather with a hog in a close pen. The grass is cooling and loosening and counteracts the feverish properties of the torn, Hogs will never melt in summer, however fat, if they can have access to water anudmud to lie in. Mud is very bad for hogs in cool weather. It absorbs too much animal heat, Milk iscooling as a drink, and almost indispensable in raising pigs, Biut very little corn and no corn meal should be fed to young pigs before they are four months old, Corn and raw corn-meal cause young pigs to become costive. Then they will soon scour. They will begin to rub against everything they can get at, Their skin will have a red and dry appear...
AN UP-TO-DATE RESIDENCE FOR MR. E. J. MARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
AN UP-TO-DATE RESIDENCE Foe MnI, H J, M?IKa, Masse., J. and M Ettlingsliaasen are the suocesoful tenrierors for the oarpentera' work and finishing trados, and Mr. WV, F. Young, of Iulli, for the bricokwork of the residonce being oreoted for Mr. Ernest Marks, at Torragong. This will he a most In. toresting work, being conalruot d of hollow brinks made at Bull, Mr. Walter Hont l the arohitooso and he informs us that a building can bn ereotedl with, those brinks oheapor than with thihor, The design has many unique features, notably a oap elous pineona In pine of the useuol orondah, and an Imnner hal , from which all the principal roomes are enterod and whlh Is lighted by a very simple and osfoo. tine arsangnmont of the walls, Tihe brioke for the external wellh are 12 Inhle, by 8 inches by 0 loohes and are laid In much the en manner as bloonc of strino and nhOuld present a very attreotleo eppoaranon when Ililiod, Tho roof Is of Iron, bit Is to be pahinted with Othson's patent roof oooli...
Packing Lemons for Export. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
Packing Lemons for Export, 'The following remarks by a pro. minent shipper of Italian lemons, recently interviewed by the California Fruit-grower, are worthy of perusal by exporters of citrus fruit in this colony: SYou pack your ripe fruit within four or five days from the trees, and often siThich sooner, in new paper and new boxes (nlot seasoned), and whien they arrive here, and are opened up to the consumers, are found dripping wet with sweat, wrappers discoloured, and fruit thoroughly impregnated with the disagreeable flavour of new paper and new wood, and are discarded by the best trade for that reason. * We never pack In paper nor boxes that have not been seasoned under most favourable conditions for from one to two years, and often much longer. They never impart paper or wood.flavoir to the fruit, and yout would have much less of it if your fruit were thoroughly sweated before packling. If I could dictate or col. trol your fruit I would never send an tunripe or poor orange fro...
THE SINGER SEWING MACHINE [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
THE SINGER SEWING MVACHINE Tue Singer Mannfacturing Company are at present chowing in the hunldintl re. contly occupied by Mr, 'I Downs, in ret. ralong Street, a beautiful collection of high.olaes h?lmo decorative work oexecouted on one of their Improved Family 8ewing Machines, The work, which we had the pleaseto of inspecting yesterday, is well worth a visit from our lady rsnders. It demonstrates, without a doubt, the high state of perfetolion to which the Company have hrought their moohines, Included in the many articles, whiclh have been very neatly arranged by Miss Capon, the Uompany's special artist, who Is in attend. once, is an excellent representation of a Japanese lady, worked in coloured silks, alo very pretty mantle drapoe, lace d'nyllos of different designe, fire screens, chair drapos, etc. Those specimens of what the mnahino is capable of doing should attract every attention during the short time they will he displayed in the town, which will be up to the 24th Inst. Mis...
Wisdom from a Lunatic. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
Wlsdom from a Lunatic. There is a place near Glasgow, Scotland, where a railway track runs for some distance hesilde the fence of a lunatic asylum. At one time some workmen were busy repairing tihe track, when aun Innate of the asylum approached one of the laborers, and from his position n the inner side of the enclosure, begsn a somewhat personal conversation., SsHard work, that,' hie said. 'Troth an' it is,' replied tihe laborer. VWhst psy due ye get ?' 'Sixteen bob a week,' SAre ye married ?' SI am, worse luck-and have six children besides.' A p?ause I then said tie lunatic ' I m thinking, mae Inan ye're on the wrang side o' the fence," Mr. Boarder i Mrs, Caterer, lot ime tell you that if you want to be up to tihe times, you'li have to get t sideboard.' Mrs. Caterer t 'And let me tell you, Mr. Boarder, that if you sain't more up to time in your paymonts, you'll ihave to got out do board.' ,
The Household. The Uses of Turpentine. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
The lousehold, -::o::? The Uses of Turpentine. Spirits of turpentine will restore the brillaney to patent leather. Boots end begs look almost new under its ittlueteO. Applied to a burn where the skitn is noet broken, it gives quick relief. It sends down tite skin of a blister and prevents soreness. Workmen's white overalls and artiete' .working aprones should be steeped in turpentine for twenty.four hours beforo washing to loosen and remove paint. A little added to steeooping water (a tablespoonful to o gallon) will make linen beautifully white. A tflannotl dipped in hot water anttd sprinkled with t urpentine will relieve hoarse etss. T'his applicatitn is also often ordered for the relief of lumbago and rheumatistm, it generally relieves neuralgia in the face. A few drops it) hoxes and cupboards will Iprevent inthtnt. Soak rags in it, etd thte pioto near thu holes of mioc, itenoew the oil from timtte to time. It eotetotally drives them away. Add a few drops to starch to prevent the ...
The Mahdi's Home Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
The Iahdil's Homie Life. A ghiumpse of the Mahdi's home life is given by Father Ohrwalder in his narrative of his capacity: " Let uits turn to the Mahdi's harem," says the reverend Father, " Here is a true picture of what my friends there beheld: the Mahdi, reclining on a magnificent carpet, his head propped up by a pillow covered with gold brocade. He is clothed in linen garments of the finest texture, his shaved head covered with a fakia of embroidered silkl, Upwamds of thirty women statnd around him : some fan him with great ostrich feathers, others gently rub his feet without in any way disturbing his slumbers; others gently smooth his hands, and Aisha, his fayourite, lies beside him, covering hiis head and neck in loving embraces." Slatin, Ohrwalder's companion in years of captivity, sums tip bahdismt in a few lines:--" Openly the Muahdi showed himself a strict obselver of his own teachings, but within their houses he, his Khalifas and their relatives entered into their wildest...
KIAMA COUNCIL A LENGTHY SITTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
KIAMA COUNCIL A LENGTEHY SITTING, Acne Klamo douncil mat on Thura% a morning, the full Countll being pro .*i except Aldorman Hunt., The inca correspondenco included the foill..: mattore : MARKET SQUARE. From Mr, Alex. Campbell 1 ., ,ating that he would do all In in urging the Minleter for Lae,.c plain the Onunoile' positioln '. .fro(;r" tc Markeot Square : In his 'I , b.. ou toila') opinion the oononi , wisely it the matter. MR. WESTON'a / 1"rom Mr. J. Weston, .. r,(t ,, leW the £10 line he had wh?. 'l: C',:., I, paid on behalf of Alec. vu., ,l .,.l questing a ettloment ,. , i out further delay. Alderman WVolle , MSayer had do pre the question out o' epeaker) was Me ' ii took overy care r ' opinion fronet I '1, , of New South r ' he hold that ,. disnouslon or .r . Aldormar " ?v;, a'lroo with Alderm, Wells ho' while b Wells 1. West. ', wouo, nofpa . "'r IL! .: , ..] :i~ of "(18 ow ,1 , r Oa II m? oa ",'., Alderm, goestod in it, minlmum on, Aldorman I e Alderman W r Bench, Thisl a goo...
"Who Art Thou?" [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
"Who Art Thou ?" Once when the Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, the most Inmous American preacher, .was about to commence one of his sermons, a stout, fatherly. looking man was seen endeavouring to make his way through the closely. packed crowd in the church to get within a better hearing distance of the distinguished orator, At that moment Mr, Buechei's voice rang out the words of the text, ' Who art thoue ?' Who art thut ?' again cried the dramatic preacher. The stout man, thinking himself in the wrong, per. haps, by pressing forward, and be. lieving himself to he personally addressed by the preacher, startled the congregation, and nonlhised Mr, Beecher, by sedately replying, ' I amti a pig merchant from Chicago, sir, 'l'here ain't marny chairs, or else I'd sot down,'
WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
WEDDING. -4--+ On the 3rd of February, 1898, a quiot wedding took plhoo at St. Onnr?goe'o Ohluroh of lEngland, Podding. ton, Rydnoy, when our townoman, Mr. T, J. Prion, was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to AMba it, A. Aloxandor, third oldest daughter of Mir, Franois Alexander, of Spring 11111, Kisma, The oeromnny wsee pnr. formed by thoRev, E. Owon, BA, I'he foot of the marriago was not made pubhllo till tile work, and on 'Thursday niglht some thirty or forty of Mr. Prioo's friends paid him as vislit to con. gratulate himn on his good fortune, An adljournannot was aftorwards mado to the Grand Hotel, whore, with Al. dorman PIke in the qgitair, and Mr. W, Kiholly in the vloan.ohair, a most enjoy. shilo owening we spent, Tihe Ohiasr, men, in an appropriato spesoh, proposad thei hlaltah of Mr. and Mrs. Price, whlah waen upportod by many of thou, r'ou?nt, and drank with mueniol hIonour, Mr. Prlio suitably replied in n ohort prenhl, and after as nusmbr of song bead bean gvlen thie...
Advice to Girls. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
Advico to Oirls SHere is a piece of advice fotar your girl readers,' saild in clever little woman to me the other day. ' When a pretty girl begins to feel that a man is be. comaing interested in her, and if she is antlxiotts to get a peep at his true nature, let her put hlm to this in. fallible tcst Make an engagement with him to go of somewhere at eight o'clock In the morning. 'Nine out of ten will be late, At that hour in the morning a man is usually disagreeable and hateful, His conversational pIoweres, so sentltllatintg at night, will be shorn of their attraction, and, in short, he will appear in his true, un. varnished colours, If your man contes vwell out of thile test, you may be sure that ire will make a good husband.'
How to Examine the Eye. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
lHow to Eixamne the Eye. If anything gets into your eye don't rub it. Got sonmebody to turn the upper eyeld gently over a thin pun* holder so that he may see the ball of the eye thoroughly. The eyelaslhes, cuarefully grasped, will serve to tutrn the eyelid over the penholder. Then the Intrusive matter can be readily removed, If any persistent object oi lime gets into the eye, put sweet oil or olive oil into the eye and sand for the doctor,
THE STREET LIGHTING QUESTION NO AGREEMENT ARRIVED AT. THE TOWN IN DARKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
THE STREET LIGHTING QUES TION NO AGREEIMENT ARRIVED AT. Tos TowU IN DARKNESe. AT. a mooetipg of the Kiama Oouneil on Thursday the following lItter was read from the, Seoretary of the KIima leGas Oompar sy: " Gentlon ,on,-I have the honor, by instructions, from the Board of Direct ora to infermn you that the question at issueo betw con yourselves and this Com-. pany RE street lighting was further oonsiderp?dl at their last meeting, when a reaolulion wae carried to the effeot that although thie Board, on t'" 2ndNo,vember last, addressed a er. taone' letter to the Counol makin ,'' taeln,/offere in re.gard to the li' ia^ the town of Kiams, air , . ncl ietbier on the 21st Decoeo. on lanswer to tae first uic r,. no heor of which ;ol ed, Ti.heoOr ' :? " ,.?c, } Soal ,ed lighting ". I ¾ ultil mn, hb t t' c +, ' dira totors r mhew of th thol )m, n. ",f m l h 0o , hi l 1, ' . . * r -" the l u"i, 1 oun. it was . 6~, ? , dom pnny's .lt',; consildoration "l 'iO n :" ' ' !, d iro o to rs, in ': '...
KIAMA SHOW [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
KIAMA SHOW W? have been aekod to draw the attention of intending exhihbitors to the feoot that the date of the closing of free entries for the Kiama Show le Tuesday next 17th January, It in to bo hopudtthat all tile well.wielora of tile ahow will, 0o na to minhmise? tilhe otlbot of the unfavourahln eanon as foar as possiblo, mnako a napnoinal effort and enter exhibits in nas many olaeeone as possible, The oommititea are making some Improvemente on the ground whore neoessary; for instance, tile hore stalls are hbelg filled up with sorenninlge eo as to make them more comllfortabile in the event of wet weath. or the hornse tewards are maneing arrangoeloments to have eaoh horane stall fitted with a look, and each horeo own? or will hbe auppilod with a key for tile stall he may aenglage, and a omall extra feeoo will be charged to cover the cost of th~ ltool, whiclf will be refunded on the key being hauded back. Tili arraongeennt will prevent persone "jumping" the stalls without paying fo...
DISTRICT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
DISTRICT NEWS Ettroni for the Klama Show oloso on Tuesday, 17th instant. OwINH to pressuro our epeo we are compollod to hold over our leadlnu arthlol report of Wednesdnly'e rifllhootiug, and otherltome of local Intoroet, Yir?RiDAY at 12,30 p.m. Dr, 0. Torroy wae ln Kangaro Valloy, At 2.30 p.mn. ho ws in Klaman, Two hourn from Kan. goloo Valloy sle mart trrvelltng, "A' a meeting ol'tho Moruya A, and I', Sooloty hold on 'TuOendy aluornonon, Iho holding of the annual ealw in Fobrunry next was abanduond, unloss rain fulllH ooln, in whllh 0eae the Oormmittoo will hold & onoeday shnw early In Mrah,. Oon Alhlon Park oorrespondont wrllte : -On Tuoedny night Inet, at tlho Alliln Park, Mr. Ernoest looking, (humlor lnt and ventriloquiet), govo o01o of hi ro. flnod, aelcunding, and anlusltir ollfortin-l mentl, ssaisted hy his tletnlod Conmpny, conslislng of Mr. George Q lalllnao (comno singer), Mr. W, Burns (conjuror), nod other artlist, Mn, IH. PATBaoN, Mnnagor of the Frosh Food a nd l...
Good Health. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
Good Health. SLtPxr8L8ossu .-A oInes of hot milik at bedtime, and plouty of fresh air, with oeasy mind, will ro slooplossenoese. SOCK IOItAOu-,-Give the patient a hot fool bath, Squereze the juice of a lemon into a tumbler of aoda water as a boverage. Itepeated doses of lonmon mad noda water tay be administored, and should the first not allay the sioknese, allow the patient to rest for a few htours. Sevotmo OoL,.-Tho patient may have contracted the above from damp cloth. Ing, or standing in draught. He will fool cold and shlivering, anoompanied by aches all over the body. Put the patient into hot btath into which at tablespoonful of "mutard lhes beooen die. solved, rub the patient dry with a rough towel, put to bed betwoon blatkets and adlinister from six to twelve drops of nitro on lump sugar, according to the ago of the patienlt.