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DISTRICT MINISTERS' UNION INDECENT ADVERTISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 6 May 1899
DISTRIOT MIVJISTER' UNION INDEOENT ADVERTISEMENTS, Tui quarterly meoting of the Kitam District Ministers' Union was held in the VWesloeyan Church, Shellharhour, on \Ydneoslay, April 20th, at 7.30 p,m, The Renv, II. Wheen prosided, and in the course of his remarks said that gratifloltion had hoon oxpressed by the mnmbers of the Union, tlhat upon an appeal being m?nd to the proprietors of the " Kianaa Reporter" and "Kinama Indepenreont " to discontinue the in. soertion of indecent advertisements in their papers, they had learnt that the "Klamna Reporter" had closed its columns against the insertion of sunobh advortise?mntsu. Intorosting address. as wore deliveored by the Itev, O. E. Uibhos on "The liblo the Foundation of Our Faith," Rev. T, Moore, Th" Ilible in its relation to Public Oplinion, a Rev, R. Millor, "The Bibleo in Relation to its Oirculation in Chrlstian and Foreign Landes" pho next meeting will bh held at Albion Park, when it is propnsend to deal with somen of the" 80 oim...
REASON ENOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 6 May 1899
IIUASON IINOU(II, I' II isn't," began the thin nmal, " that my ohlirnll lak o many queslllltion tht mlaki Im " No P" luinlmteml the man with the spring omlfl," returned the thin man, " What, then 1" the man with the spring 1lLh weianl'ted to know. "I' tsheal? ,,"the till man apliained, "they ilk an mallny thhllngthat I doltl' knaow," 'The mIi with the spring cough nlurmured that It wal aSlit to be that way. Ilullo (Cllue I Il at lror YI Oh I Imlluc 0m trlan si11t I &o trylng to kill Clmu bu ntrhlnl aculd,
SOUTH COAST NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 6 May 1899
SOUTH OOAST NEWS FROM VARIOUS SOUROI',I -n Tuea tllhollhnrhbor -Fotlll l 01Cb plny ourringong tonday at olholliharhour, tll' death I announooed of Mr. 'I, T, Indaln, nt ono tlime praotillng in KIinmn na o esolicitor, We hoer that M"r. R II, WVntlkr iA shout to lenvo tlho llotraot and olntor loti huinosae at Orange, Tim Hn., J.1 I, O'rrlIthers (ufinlolotr ior Lnndc ) will spank on hudoorltinl at Gorringong noxt Monhtly niglht, T1n, C, B, MINo.rr, rho cow MP+Iot'gu r of the Iltnma lrmloci ofl Ili Oomonroull B1cnk, rind famly, hvo narrlvod in Il1 uin, Mla, J., T.or, . orlt of ,htmboron, ho 0oooplod the h lomnonomont 'of o oaltlo tunri hioop atIatlo ot Wiloanito, and IprooudI thro ehortly., Ma, Hunlcoo, who left Wolltnxpno n short thmen nqo to cc to G(ermlny, got no far al Molbourno, hltb on mrdial rclvloo loft theo tPuamor, tio Is now at Ilwral, annty Fonololl Ohlb ehtrt tlieo ponnln with n orudlt bolonon of tli IC ldI, \r,. ordlng to tho.trolouror only thron ofr tiho senlor palyoro pa...
MAUD SEYMOUR'S CHOICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 6 May 1899
MAUD SEYMOUR'S CHOICE. The sun was going down behind the Dishop's Wood in a blane of blood red apleadour whioh lit up the western half of heaven with a tranuge lurid glow like the reflection of somure vat oon flagratlin, and blotted out the brilliant colour lnl or the nlldncape in a duea noutral tint of grey,. It would not be dark, however, for nearly an hour to come. " It looks as if the Bishop's Woeld were all on fire," thought a girl who we sieated on a ,tile on the border of Blorover Wood, a wide expanr e of ciope and woodland stretchlng across the sloping hills to the east of the valley with altnest as broad a sweep as that ol the nisehop's Wood` on the steeper dnopes which walled in the westere horison. She was a slon der, graceful girl, with ealh, coaliding blue eyes and a delicate flowearlike conlpleiion and with a piquant suggestireness ol expression. ihke was attired in a meert coverteeolt of Melton cloth, over a ealmou and white striped cotton skirt-expreplive at once of ...
CORRESPONDENCE THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 6 May 1899
CORRESPONDENCE 'PILi MUN'IOIPAL EI4IUTION. TO TIIB IIITO?, Stn,-f would euguot, sooln thlint a imnuiailpl l olllcto oests hotwoon £8 and 0IO, that thLd oandidatis fIr thu vacant olhir in Ihe IlI?'an Onuloll -cnofor to. uthllr soll ao if i llo dPlatIO IointL ?1an nt u ho rrivld iat that would do oway with a colntdl, and 'o SnO V O IIBlm of mnoly lhlulh tho Blorough csol ilnlord to rlsu, I uigtol l this . ouolully In vioe if hIu fi tt lint tIhuer will hb thirly yot anothir viaonov In tho Couniall, 'ruoting hli-it tlhe oollldhldo will uourldur thl o obuvo auggoqallon. Y?'llrl, Ol00 ItA'TIPA YIR,
"ME BACK'S BRUK !" [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 6 May 1899
" ME BACK'S BRUKI" An anlt of mine ownd a clever parrot, Bho was in tLe habit ou hanging this wunderliul bird outside the Ilert Ilor window, where he hd the grrat educational advantagu - building operalltin belng in irogrealonext door--of hear. Ing the artless dirourne of several Irish lanHur. era, sad of on lIa clpeltal, who was liI the habit of Iropiuog hlilad , alter every descent, agalia) lmy snta' hooue while he gave exprl?. ston to hia ovelrburdenred feelingls,. o Pall so. quired ianslplIted prollteinoy In the Ilalglng of IltIn, One day the nall tfra which the rage was Iuellellded 'mne out, andl age and Parrol came to the groundllll, Of ouserr, mlny willing helpeer Instantly rlLshd to render sesallsnce ; but when the Cage was picked ilp Polly lato all apoeerar.nee dead at the lotll om, (rent wa my aennt's onalternatliou, earnel the sympathy olpramsed, to lie. bird halld hea uilte a publlo character, iuveral tolulis wer, wagging, while the Iowner wept Ireely,whiiul nln a slldde...
TO OUR CONTEMPORARIES A PLEA FOR A PRESS UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 6 May 1899
TO OUR OONITEMPORARIES A Pav.A Fon A Pa?es UNroN, " Tirte Tinterfiold Star ' has started a mnovemort in favour of establishing a ' Country Proes Assooiation.' We are heartily in sympathy with the proposal, iand will join any organisation of coun try neowspapor propriotors when it can he shown last thorn is a ghost of a sl~ow of carrying it through. The nsows. paper ponpl are in as muoh need of oo-operation as any other class of pooe ple-perlaps more so ; but while they know the necessity for joint action they will not combinn. We have freo quently refused to ie bled by adver tieing loolhrs, standing out for a fairly reasonable flgure, but we son our neigh hours all round us nalpping up any thing and overything. WVe prefer to give reading mattur rather than praoti Dally dummy advt, and if our contem poraries would do the same we would all benefit, It is no use one man stond. ing out for a fair thing ; Ila's crushed out. What is wante( is organisation. We hlave the Intelligence to do ...
WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 6 May 1899
WE BHLYIAN MFIItIODIT. SSorvlcos will bo annduototl in tiho Weoleoy an Ohurchos on Sundiiy, M follows : Klama, 11 n,m-Mr T nHldlen KlImo, 7 p.m-Ronv .T W Moonr .Jamboroo, 11 n.m.-Mr C A Siinorwillo Jamborono, 7 p.m.-Rvw, II \Vhomt, Gornlngono 11 a,m.-Roy J VW Mooro Gorrlngong, 7 p.m-Mr G A Snoomorvillo lhellhorbour, 11 n,m.--Rnv HI Whonm Soddlobaok, 2,.0 p.m.--Rov. II. W\lihon
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 6 May 1899
IMPORTAN'T DENTAL NOTICE Mr. E. W. Vickers (NASII & VIOKERS) THE PAINLESS DENTIST, Ol 151 in; St,, Sydi?ny, and Eunnmro Rond, ,nmore, VISITS IIA&MA SECOND FRIDAY &,: SAI'UItDAY OF EAOCI MONTII, , , And hlnMy bo Onnltlud at , , Hunt's Grand Hotel, Ornow, ]ridgeo nnd P'lvt Work -Artfoinl Tooth, without plhto- Speooallity, Palloan Axt notlono and Fillinge DATES OF NEXT VISIT - FRIDAY and SATURDAY, MAY 12th and 1,th, THE REPORT'? R 'I -AND- ILLAW lRRA JOIRNAL -o PUOLIBIISD RVRRY WRIONORDAY AND RATURDAY MOtITINt SATURDAY, MAY 0, I899, 0O TO A. "ODjES' Po - foao D n. I 'iI Tlub Sounp, Ttrk. nll OUd(h TIi,.', ,C i,uulnc .Outlgura SJoa AUTIINNTIO MIEDIOAL OPINIONS WORTH' KNOWINCI. - Jr, Obhorrn saysl "I Inn RANDICR & SONS. IEUUAl[YPTI IEXTit \UP as a spray for lna4nl osatrrh, low favor, asthma, &a,, with groat suocos.s I nlld thli suporior to all otaor," Dr. Stahln I havo usotl vnr* onll propsratirolln of ltuolyttuts, hIt I got groator 'rosulla frmn S...
A CAREER IN THE BALANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 6 May 1899
A CAREER IN THE BALANCE. (ounod, in his ?y)iod felt no Irresistible attactold to tdh milical profeelion. tis mother, to whom he was passionately attached, did all she could to diclrorage the idea, After endeavouring ill every way to dis. sade thoboyfroin takng to moail, she ppealed to the Principll of his school for support. 'his is bow Gouoooi refers to the matter in his Autobiographloal teminieouceus"- In her despair she sought our Prinlipal, Monsieur P'oulon, end consulted him about her trouble. fHe oheered her up. " lo not be the least uneer.'" eo he spoke to her ; " your con shull not b e a lusiciw, IIt ils good little boy, nod does hie lessons well. The maelt-re are a ll pleased with himu I will take the mnlster into my own heeds, and listr ou you will see hint In the ECele Nermalo. iDo not worry about him., MPadamne Uoinod : a I said before, your son shall not be a musician,. My mother rettGd, greatly oouforted, etnd the Priocipal oent for me to his study.. i Well, little lUa...
THE SULTAN'S PRIVATE MUSEUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 6 May 1899
THE SULTAN'S PRIVATE MUSEUM, We entered a building cousisting of one lotg room, Olled itbh treasures. This Is the gulttno private use.uln,. alore are nolleoted nod beautifully arranged nll the presents that ho hat receivedl, as wll at ilnnumerable valuable objeets that belonged to nome of his prede. ceesors, Countless cluoks and watched, IIli1t rmnour, objecta In Jade, caskets, wonderfully bound books, ohina of all sorts, plitures, ililia. tures, Jewelled ortnamcalt ol teary klnd, all so arranged in their Cnaor tEht on0 could eamlnale and enjoy then,, a delightful contrast to the conuion In whlich the trasunres of the old Buroglio ore heapled together, Onue upright oaae contluted four dozen of the moat perfect urtes platen, i present fromn the Iinoporor Napolton, tunk lIto reeltwenty.four oil each alla of the stand, Elcah plale was a iloked awl perfret atcleil.tl, The right nnmu, wore not always attached to to the objects, and we fouind a inilttire pallting whluh we recognlead alord...
ARTISTIC ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 6 May 1899
AltrBl'la AI)VIlltiltlNG. III e certain lown there Ilynd two young fellowa who imlnted nelgl for a Ilvellhoodl, O a certaelin ocaai on of thu psnlhtlr had Same outdoor, haalueas to tenod to, mndl left the studio In nchnrn of hils parlner And a boy who wasr employdl to grid pailtsi, Dlurlig hib al. aslece, thel partniur piiltd the boy no' s to ro. prlnast a large gash qpon bhs frorheod and a out oner tbn oeye Ies oe. spttlerdll th floor with Sod pilot, olotlelt the boy's hair , ot ml nd h lio dlown I I a corner I after slll?'hhe plolted a gIost glsh on his own chok, tore him oil ese dipped a Idng. blhdatl knife Iin the red palu , int,iAllnd itlntly iswlld the ti mlrig or his prt Iors. Ilrtrolly nlterwards he heard hlinkl ths door, Mlii thu llbs rfrIIrrlltlnlN aomminlo?oi,, 'rio partonur Iookol inl it thedoor, slil saw Ilbs ho prostrato on the floor, geroonlling MIcI iurg1 " Murdor I" chairs, tables, Ibrnui?, , jugl, ntld palut plt bling ieloweul round thl room in dire aonfuqloi, whil...
PIGEON FLYING EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 6 May 1899
PIGEON FLYING EXTRAORDINARY. AM any oarm ples of power and epeed in pigeons, lnd of the ourtainty with which they returo from distances to the place where they were brad, are oo rcordi, Thees powers hero been IItde tL e or both in war and commerce. The most extraordinary l nstan?e we know of is that of a certala carrier pigeon, despatched by Cap. tain tir John Hlon from his arotlo winter qnasrters In 1850, which reoched ito bhonoe aar Aryr, in Pcollald, in lile days, Bir John took ith him four pigeons beloinging toe ilady rer nlldin in Ayrshire, nltendlllg to libertle two ol them when heo hould reach tilo winter quarters, Sthe other he o two when he should have die. covered lir John Franklin. The firt pigeon made its Ipptearnoce at the duveoute, in Ayr. ohiirewhlah the lady recognised by mnarkn whieh left ino doubt of its identity. It bore to billet, bult thrn wereo iudlcatioo of one hvinllg Ieen utrne away, Solno yars ago the idea origientedl li Ceyloc of emlluloyng earerlr pigeon ...
THE EMPRESS'S AUTOGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 6 May 1899
THE EMPRESS'S AUTO GRAPH. (!A i('l'VIS had the paitinin gone out of thn house, after having Ilnt tho morninlg letters, whien Jule Dupro, who war watabing from hie sixth. storey window, derended uitte rl ely to the Imr. ter's olleo. " Any letters for me P " he asked. The porter pult on his epecturle, gathered up the letters wiiili hlid Jlst ronme Inl, Iookl them l orne by one, lipd replied, laconiollay yI o None." 'l'honk you," saidi the young man, nd he slowly remounted the stairs, where his friend, Aroiind, was waiting for himl. ''hrough economoy, the two young men lived in the lime room, 'hr were ee to b seen all their furniture, all their book,, sod ll their papers, There wore more papers than uiythlllg celOn, because both iof them ran nianuaorllpt.mill. We regret to bay that while tihe two ounllg mle turneld iot great del of manuscript, they succeeded in plaring very little. Olce in a while, one of them would get an arrtiole intarted in one of the plaer, hut they scarcely made e...
General Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 6 May 1899
General Intormiation, Paper bottles are extensively made in Germany. A fibre of silk one mile long weighs but twelve grains. Most German papers are owned and edited by Jews, I'he Tartarian alphabei contains 202 letters, being the longest in the world. Chinese coinage in the shape of a knife has boon traced bick as far as 2,240 0.o It is a curious factt tht the hoitey bee was never known in theo United States till imported from England. There is a well in West Virginia which discharges natural gas with a roar that can be heard six miles away. Playing cards were'lirst printed about 1350. It is estimated that the proesent ttannual output exceeds 7,000,000 packs a year. It in believed by oil exports that West Virginia is underlaid by a sea of petroleum. Tile output of white sand oil for 1897 amounted to over 18,000,000 barrels. At Ruoalan railway stations grievance books are kept in which passengers may enter complaints. The botks are sent. to the central of!ico once a month, and all co...
AT THE TICKET OFFICE WINDOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 6 May 1899
AT THIEu TIOKiET OFFICE WINDOW. ' When doon the next train that stops at MoAllintornvllo leuvo hero 1' 'You will have to wait tour hoaur,' I think not.' ' Well, maybo you know bettor than I do, mn am,' 'Yes, sir, and nmybe you know battor than I do wheoter I am oxpooting to travol on that train myseolf or whether I am In quiring for a relative that's visltling ny houso and wanted me to oall here and ask about it and save her all the trouble, boonuse aho Is puaking ip hor things antd oexpoot to take that train ihrsolf and not me, ind she'll haveo to do the waiting and not mn, and mnybo you think It's your business to stand behind thore and try to Instruot people abot thins they know as well an you do, Is not botter, but my idea is that you're thlere booaso throy couldn't son you in the switching department, and perhaps you'll learn some day to gilo people civil onwor wlhon theoy ask for civil qao?. tions; young man, my opinion is you won't,' (With a gasp) t' Yea, ma'am,'
Conclusions. A Comedietta in Two Acts. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 6 May 1899
Conclusions, -.-o- A Comidletta In Two Acts, I. Afraid I'm rather a late visitor, my doer flat?hbmn, but Not a bit, not a bit. Wife's gone to bed. Help yoorself. What takes you so far west of. the Templo at this hour of night? Mid. night oil off, h P Fact is, I've been seeing a girl home from the tiheatro who lives in the neighbourhood, and Haven't had the chanoe of a drink all the evening elh? Soda? Say when. Thanks. It's not exactly that, old man I the fact is Female society palls after a bit,ll h I know, I know. Who is she? Little May Mlult--your wife knows her, tlfnteham. Keeps house for her brother at the end of your road here-always fuel rather sorry for her-doanr't get out much. Think he rather netgloot her, you know, Evidently. Don't eeo why you need oom. plain, though. 'Oourse not,. What I was going to say was- An ytlg wrong with tile small of your bank, manP Touch ef iunbage, ell ? Not quite that, old man, I- - Thou why do you stick in that ourious attitudo, one hand oen y...
A Now Way of Getting Husbands. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 6 May 1899
A How Way of Gottling Husbands, Evlory Hinmolno girl who rotlheo a cortoniln 1o without mIrrylog ta tlokoted ali In lahlld, andt plneotl it privilogod olass u0s1ler the ,pooial core of theo iCng, who Illnd hibmnoir to tldl n huonband for thorn anl,l l[i mothod In doelitltfully asimple. A prisonor int nyof 1thoSilmo'o ipol, may gain his lordon andl rolonuo by marryilng on of (ho ntoligible olua,s. Wlther he lai already mnrriod or not Is of no groat co0lseq(nlliOe, for III Slain It Is unnltltlmAonry to draw the I11o alt one wife,