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GARDENING CALENDAR FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 20 May 1899
GARlDENING i ALENDARn FUl MAY, Knouns GAarEsN.,-Planting and mow. ing as in last mionth. Transplant cab begna, cauliflwore, &o. Carrote nrrd Potatoes to be stored, Saw Windsor beans. OnenhARD.-Prune orange trees ; plant orange, loquat, and other oevergreen trees, as well as deoolduousa trees of all kinds. Oommence manuring strino fruit trees to be well manured ; for tbee rtree, bons dust and guano have been found profit. able. FLOWER OArrner,-Tin up and stake chrysnthenuna;e root prune geranumee. Plae eanrrlllaen in a oenol situation for frowerlie. PlaHt hyacinthlls, &o., as in April, tilles anld rehlike bulbs to be taken up and kept dry, Plant flowerling shrubs and herbaous plarents of all kinds, How hardy annuael of all earlts. Frerur-Sow wheat, barley, &n.
LAWS RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 20 May 1899
tLAWS I?iA'I'ING ''0O NIWSI'PAPRS. i. SuninnlllHn an0i n0ivr'lionts? who do not glive expruol notico to (ho colntrory, ro nolld?lrn!l ha wIoHing to ontinn (0llhoir ?oI criptionl? ndtl adveuLihoenoi, 2, If llblnrihoroder theo ilteoonlin. (nithc of their .poiodloiell, tho piubhliser tthy cootlihtdoto dodeit tioln until all nr. reoro are pall. 1. "'f lsbeo rlheor rofono or noglect to htko poapor from the L ollo to In which they orb tirabltd, thelly nrn hold roeponalilo illil ihy lltvo otllrid thllir bll.? 4. 'If iolnorilern invoo nvn, other placoi whhout inlforminglll the publiShOs, nild the polar, tre knot to their farmer dirnolion, (ihe rlitnirih ar leo 0re rooplimilh., fuing In Ilke pi,linllicll froni: lot rillle' or remollvilng or leaving thlull III led for, In o prima fio facle evlo ilnce llntnilllonl lralld. i If plerlon poy ih ndvnynon for io nowplpelr or quarterlty ldvoertiOomantlll thlly nre bound llo give notioeo tI iill plb. Ihlier 0at Ithe 11d of the tililo (that they dtio ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 20 May 1899
SE tock Oders for .this Sauce .u.t 6 e in ·early. ···· ,r: BUSINESS NOTICES. "' All Adv,.laeernen I uletr 'THI' htadlng wIll Le lnlertel for 4n, ni, per platter. P A.LE (IF , o 'inpo nitit , the ' hfer, 1F. nl, Alie t;'lerrnerr 'Potion. rotliat, P~ inke, tottilt I iitP H1ia P R t' Nt n i ,1 Beet Itn;lrefftn i h Rhinmlrin Rlnma ·· P1., AfiX. tteirdnrndr, Tnenr, fllaniati olth roi r lt ltptlt Annl i MortV,'Loralop by l . CHIt. , Jlinnn, mer'iA 3treM. UI r~, R, . ?nrsnnlbner nnrl Elennrnl - A nackxHntlbl Pent Ilymnck'I' Anntinnn Me t, ,'1errnlo(pg·etroot, C)USINR & REIN, non) nor Rhooi hlannnfottierae, Klnioo nhl (4rrdin. 19_~ I--.- . - CURRY, 1~, Plumber and Oallltter, near Mr. Ryan n aonin, Terramlit tteet, " •.TMOCRv f- . t., Alietintt" Merl( J) I'errnloi 's treet. 'ARR,'ALLEYNE, Clriiist & Dp? l iht, Terrelong-Alrst' G(A3R11El, IN1, tlýlONA I?!, PrnlIRt, " Opponlte: Pout ,llre. Kinr OLDEN BIt.N,, (I'. & F') Tnmily. R13ntcborl Terralong. trant. \ ENDALL,, 0.,...
OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 20 May 1899
OFFICE I1OURt0, unday dolivery.-The omfice will open for delivery of Sydnoy mtn:er be twoon 0 nid 10 aml, Officeo hours, weeuk days.-Post'Gficcme open regularly from 0 n.m, until 6p.m. Thore will be two deliveries dlnly by lottor carriers (Sunday excepted) leaovingu thlo office at 0,30 a.m. and 3 pm, Money Order land Salving BaMk Office opon troin 10 oa.. to 4 p,m. daily (Sundny oxcopted), and deposits aro alan receoived from 7 p.m. to 9 pm. on Snturl by. Telegraph Office is open,dsily from 9 a,m. to 10 p.m. (Sunday ?xcolpted,) ]'rivato Boxes, foe, one guinona pier annum, may bo obtaineod ui applieation at ofice, enabling box.holders, to got bl sir mail any day at any hour.
Arrival and Despatch of Mails [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 20 May 1899
Arrival and Dospatch of YlaitJ 'Tir followlln in thll) timn-tatble-oblon' .d nt thu Kinima I'.utll.ollnc for Lbo arrival and dUajlatcl of m1 Inis.didily.:(fluniny rx cetud.) MAILS (1.(HR 'rollI A r. A.M, I'M. miany o ............ 7 ii i rlllnu'g.,.,, 7 11,15 1 .Dihllltrll.....7..I ! - Burdy ,.......... .. 1. " i 8yV aoy ............ 1 7 2 A If. Burry ,. „..... .,. ' 7 l iI11 NJ w,'r .... ,.. .. r. 1, If 2. I Jhniiboroo ........ 8.'1f 2.1 Jlurrra n............ 8,15 MAII.S AllRIVI FRuOM A.M. I'.M. PI'.M, Sydney ..,,..... 8.10 12 " Wollutaogg....,, 1' IS Dopta .12...... 12 Albion I'nrk,..,.. 12 ShIllalrbour ..... 12 9 Dunnloro ...,,... 8 Iloambo ..., 8.10 , Nowra,,,, ....,... 8 2.30 Borry ............ 8 2.30 Corrin0onga........ 8 7 Jmberoo ,...... 11 0.15 Jorrar ........... .I15, A mail ucluoa at Kilatn Posh O1i c - 9 p m. on Smulny, onrly, IIvliIg by th 5,0 an.a. trin on Mondaya for Sydloy.
THE WORLD'S NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 20 May 1899
THE WORLD'S NEWSPAPERS. A atallaltician has learrusl that the annuall nagrelgtoof the olroulelion of the papers of the world ia estimated to be 11t,O000 00,,000 coples, 1'o grasp the Idlo of this magoitulde we Imay stlat that It would cover to fewer than 10,450 sqrruo miles of asurfae I he t It it pri.ntedl on 781,20 teone of papler I and, fiurther, that if thei urmbr r (12,000,000,000) reprrssoute, Insteart or corirla, snuulod, i, wourld tnke ovoer 133 you tor lihull to elapse, Iln Ila of tills erlreellll? m t, We might pIalss and prll tlem vrtlrnllY Iupward to gradually reonh sor highest mountlllins, Topping all theme, sanrd even tii hlghNst Alto, the pIilu would reach the mIaglllloent ltitudoe of 400, or, in rlsunl nurmbers, U00 milres, Ollln. ulalltil that tllh avr?rage Inr hIenrs fle inltllUle realding his lpper In thle dllt (tills la very lur estinlmto), we tIIn that the poMpln of the world altogether annually ocoiupy linto seulvelesht I 100,0;0 yrans readinl the prawrrs
DR. TARRANT'S BANKRUPTCY CERTIFICATE SUSPENDED FOR TWO YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 20 May 1899
DR. TA3RANT'S BNKRUPTOY OKItTIIOATOu Su IrNnaK) FRTWO YEARS, .tdoduMeN was gtivn oua 'uoiday by Mr. Justioo \Walker in an application for a ooertinoateo f disohargo mtAdo by Dr. Harman John rarrant, Fies Honor said the, application for a curtfioato was oppo?ed by tho omfcial nssignee. The figures dlaclosed made it fieooatdry for the Court to scrutiniso the mfatter very o]?atily, bhoause, whatovor the merita of he ppiielllition, the credi itre for a vory ihr? llnr ont woulll htave to go lirgtoli tnlid, there ininig n? assoeta nl0t of which Ihey onuditl receive anything. The first nmatter hle Ieadlco deal with was tho charge mudo by tilh ,tlloiid asignlou that the bankrupt hid conilrteud i debt without hnavinu at le tlimle of contr?nting Il re?sonabh. or iroinah)lin xpoet?liotl oe bein1 an)eo Io pay. Under II-sRoeltini it of setion 40 of the Act that wasI an nielnc, In support of the charge the olficial nasisenne rolind i IIiu the Irans. notitl whicoll h1 IInIkrUt Ihad wich a. r. tai ...
THE GOLDEN CAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 20 May 1899
THE GOLDEN CAT. Beveral years ago I was stationed, as sail tart surgeon, with my regimerat at Orleas,. I rented hall a first floor, comprisiog four rooms, on the city's outakirts, I made my eleeplogrohamber and work.room of the Iwo whloh faced on the street. In the third I put plants and flowreas the fourth wu left empty. A great baloony ran along the entire front of the house, on which I could stroll up and down. One July evening, as I approached my rooms, I was surprised to se a brilliant light stream* Ing from the windows of the uninhabited apart ment, " Ah II have a neighbour," thought I, and I was not eipeoially pleased. uloing to my room, I stepped noiselessly out upon the balcony; but the light had already been untinguished. At last I went to bod and to sleep. In the middle of the night, I suddenly awoke with a distinct sensation thatsonme one was walking about near me. I got up and lit my oandle. This le what I saw I In the middle ol the room stood a great cat, its beak elig...
SHELLHARBOUR COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 20 May 1899
SHELLHARBOUT 03UNCIL ----+- TrE abovo Oouncil met on Wednes. day afternonn, their being praeen :- Aldermen I,. R Mood (Mayor), J. grauer, J. East, V, Fryer, Joseph Dnwpe, E, Allen, 0. Ftoiningor and E. Couch, PFINANB, The following aonounte worn pasned for payment :-Olork, £1 7s7d ; Shell. harbour School of Artd (rent), £1 10s; E. Sawtpllj, £1 10s d; H, Vinoin, £17 2s 9d J3, Reddaol, £1 3e 9d; W, Flnming, £4 I5a ; Joseph Iutledge, £8 2s; Samuel Elazleton, £20 17 ; Jamce Condon, Se, Total, £80 7e lid PETJITICO A potition was read from? Messrs. Prior Bros., Robert Wiley, W, 0, Dunstor, and R, ~I. Mliller, asking that repairs he oarried out on the Indigo Rungo road. Ont the motion of Aldermon East and Allon, it was resolved that the Im. provemeont Oomniitten meet the potl tloners, who would be required to pay half the cost. The Mayor remarked that by thie arrangement tloro would not be the samo ohance for some to shuffle out of the expense, while others bore the lion's share., Alderman...
THE MARCHIONESS AND THE MILLER. A ROMANTIC STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 20 May 1899
THE MARCHIOHNESS AND THE MILLER. A BOMANTIO STOTY. It was in Normandy olat year, during the shooting season. I had had a long morning's sport, and noon found me footsore sand weary in the vicinity of an old mill, somewLere between Montagoe and Coadre".ur-l'Huiise. It was a comfortablo looking place, and I determined to solicit the owner's hospitality. The miller received me very courteously, and I was soon otretchiog my lergs under the table and pattaktng of the mosatxquisile meal that was over placed before a hungry sportsman. There were trout from the mill isteam and partridges from the nelthbourlig moor, cooked to a turn and accompanIed by some really e.* ellenot wine, not the "petit vlu" of Nor. mtady, but good mellow bordeaux. This nomewhatasrlprtsed roie, but whenl at dsserlt the miller invited me to visit hie gallery of Iamt ily potrnit I wan pofeotly bewddered. " What "' sald'l to myself. " A picture gallery in a mill I" Of course I seceptled his invitation and found that th...
WHITE COAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 20 May 1899
WHITE COAL, " Whie ool"'?suppIlss im,tlve puo r to nearly avery t rw hi Iise llurinud I we oll it lnow ln lluglael, It Is, of course, the lilamil llnil hlit comes tumblilg over Ith mounlllllla l Ii ni ll streamsl sl an?lerralll that I'im. polnslllll iIal ollecoted in rsorvolir, o tlhe hill, hldesl It Is rare o I l il placei of any sihu whloh Il Iltl well Ilhltoll by the power of sllllo noulllllls Alrml, At lMoltrl ith eltularlo tranway llto Its piower IIn this waly, sll frli the olll Ilnmn town o Vvi y to the ledlilunl leslle of bhlllo onel Illy r.til in a trolley car propelledl by the power of on Inlliiliatl lltile ltrell ailllh yIll r o I lint 1i 0llo IIOd wheu lliwblug up the hillslilde. just lhUo
A GAME 5,000 YEARS OLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 20 May 1899
A GAME 5,000 YEARS OLDO, Ches playors with a tura for bthe hblstry of their strategio amusement will be interested to learn that all the hypotheses as to the orillin of the gamo harove suddenly bees mated " by a recent extraordinary discovery in Egypt. it was Renerally basumd 'until now that the anolet lIdians had invented ohess I that it was introduced from India to Porsia in the slxth oentury, and that by the Arabs, and ins caose. queues of the Orusades it spread from east to weooal. It true the Obinese-who isented many things Is tlimes log gone by which had to be reinvented lu Eurepo-asert that they oan treoe chose in their own country to about 00 eoars before our ere. Now there can certainly be no doubt in the character of the ilgurra at preent used d n nmeo of the words coanneted with the game eobh as " nohah " (abah and matt, or " mate ") -an Indian, t'ersl?o, sd Arablo idlueneoo is Irsceable, Dut here comes news of the latest exoavations on the pyramid iHeld of takkars, whloi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 20 May 1899
IMPORTANT DENTAL NOTIOCE Mr. E. W. Vickers (NASBR & VIOKERS)' "THE PAINLESS DENTIST, Of 151 King St, Sydnoy, and ENmnro Road, Enmoro, VISITS KIAIIXA - ON - SECOND FRIDAY & 'SAPURDAY OF EAOH MONTH, . And Mny be Concultd at ,, bunt's Grand Hotel, Orown, Bridge and Plvnt W\ork -Arilfloll Tooth, without plte-n Spoolcllty, Painlooe Extractions and Fillinga DATES OF NEXT VISIT - FRIDAV and SATURD VY, JUNE Oth and 10th, THE ,REPORT I R -AND - ILLAW kRRA JOURI NAL rPnrdlnbD l VRRY WKNHIUIDAY AND BATURDAY MORNINt BATURDAY, MAY 20, 1800, OI wOICrIE NG MA'rImRTATI. Abwnyn IKupLL I atoolc-G, J. £':qtt. Bll?n I 8101DS I A Ttr , L.' ?ulfl of flolroN and Casa 40lym i slaa-0. J, PRO TTd FOR BAL10, Ib'na frorn my OChmplon Whito mnd Drawn LomIhnrun, 1Mght Ohloke Guaran. loud,-O I1 PIO'TT, UJO TO A. O118' Pmr Rlnionnory, Ponns an Ink Trloop. herous for Prasorving, Roatoring, And Iloautllying Oheo Ilnir, FISIINFO TF'AOLCLl~, This Li o I HIuok YVry. Larg~ly, You on, ,iwoyn rly' lotti t l...
GREAT EATERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 20 May 1899
GREAT EATERS, A tIlbarinn aoldler, oarlat fo r Ia orthellonld aIbl Ipal alts hu pa.ressed, cose dispoled f a iant, la llh prelaclllss ( 1a l nllsh onalr, can atlling of Istel w pound of beit, esten ponallls broad and butter, and a bundle of tallow asnllles sa ih lls, A yloug Ihaluls saollller 17 yes, of age, namedl Iarsane, ate tLulty.fulr poandl ofr uf icn twnlltyrcmllr bo, a1l ll a anothaer ocasalan dispoased to a repelt propered for lkeon peollle, 'Thlle Ko?un isa tid Is a the glreaest noiler I Ini a w , llt. s will raldllly consume movry. thing lntabld bem rs, lay bis handls o, and will aomplalenlly dlllipou of twelve lelas per dlie,, lull mars ii Its heol lal getthm,withoul anly lariaus dieranlglaul it llla l inernal enaoncmy. Whenl oating inI1 hle favourilne lasolly na hlrlairbaarer, the Ktraen will tlll tl a eery vllle for retpelt, nlld will telm dtiL Ilnto the tnelds of turnips by ith roaadallh to nllrtsfy the altrnl aravingal of his wolisab alppelte, 'il he 1IInIItnlt pro l...
MONKEYS AS GOLD MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 20 May 1899
M?NKEYS AS COLD MIH ERS. Captain I. Mossu, who hua jost returned from the Trasecral, tells tto story of the monkeys who work for him to the mines t "I have twenty.four toukeye," uid be, "employed about my mine,. They do the work of seven able.bodied men, sad it Ia no re flection upon the buma labourers to say that they do a class of work a man sct0ot do au well as they. In many lostancee they lenad valuable aid where a mat is liseless. They gather up the small pieces of qoaltt that would be passel unnoticed by the working otec. and pile them up in a little hesp that a ola unily be gathered up int a shovel ant thrown lato the mill. They ere exreedingly adept at catching the little partriles, and their sharp eyes never escape the very thbios that the hruma eye would paes over," " How did you irst rome to employ them P' " When I went digginlg geol I had two monkeys that wer eere e edinly intereting pets. They were ronstantly folluwinlg r aibout the mitnes, ad one day I noticed that the...
THE RIFLE [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 20 May 1899
THE RIFLE Ar a nmeuting of thi lBulli Rnfl O01h on MoItndy IIlih,t n mnth win nrranrlnr witll Moulnt Kombn tfar ?aturday and onor with K(innlt on Junno 7. 'i'h, whnin in the ml mbrm,,r nof Iha ulll Ollllno Rlfin Rflorve.n wnro llnltinto I no min horn of ihr South QOunl Ritln Asooinlion, Tlln arrinlgnn Rnoarrvltn hanv hoon undergoin it wouk'r drlill undr Sllnf. Sergenot mnllth, On Wednesday 17 mon wont through tho mulkurry clronro, 10 paoion no mnrklmon and lon no A?n"t. aolsn, Roornal IPro., Shnrpn 00, J W Dnlaey 07, IIt flourn 97, A OCmmpho'l 04, T Jollnstn 02 UoWlt fl,01, T9' nnrnhan 00, W NoIton 80, MulInr 8l 0 lohl) ,toin 80 D Milaholl 88, J Wa\lkr 81, R Wir 8,1 J Nonlnnm 17, ,1 nllding 17, Nelson 71,, J atlhuringtoll O1, T1nII"o illro " nnra I-" ll rlfllmon ohmnuld join thn ! quthl Onut Anontlllmln, Iho arllhoriplnln tot whlah II only On 01, lualinaes ponlple aloahnould I dontlly lhom. oalvao with hlla movemont, for lthlo rllnul motilnll of tlo Aonnnolntlon will caao n Inrgn ex...
SOME NEW YEAR CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 20 May 1899
SOME NEW YEAR CUSTOMS. The inoagration of the new year appears to have been celabratod in some way or other from time Immemorial. The ancient Roman, the Chinaman, the lg?)ptiao, and the Mloham" iedatn all observed the day In their own par. tioular way, and at their own partioular time, for of ooures the nations varied io their obron.. lolcal rekoonings, oGeerally epeaklul, how. I ver, it was priolriplly a great day of fesstiog, and of giving and recelving gifts, tefereo th Commonwealth, glfte were regularly made to persons in utheority Is linglad, from Kings eaol Quteens downwards, In some cues the custom wae carried to excnes, Queen ihtlhbeth, for instance, must have kept her wardrobe sup. plild ilI the year round with the shoale of en. travagant New Year gifts whIch she ounually receired, With the Coimmonwealth, however, uase the bhaote, aind thu oustom or eoadinlr presents to the BoYereigns was naever iter, wards revived. To a groat extent the friendly eschange of giflt on New Ye...
SOUTH COAST NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 20 May 1899
SOUTH 00AST NEWS FROM VARIOUS SOUROlSI, MuronolI Oriakot mntloh at Jnmhorion to-day In aid of thlleo lama llospltal fonds, Mn, ALanra TAYorI's diiry h?Id, ot liomadarry a for ~Ile aborlly, Man. DarT, an old realeilont of ltn Barry dlalriot, died at u'lo,?woolgnrah onl Tuooday nighi at hen ago of bt8 yoanr, Mn. S?otvavYron T'I'onul rr Iao boaen in tho dllilriot thin wuook on Torrngong Ooi,. mon business. AT Iha uasual ,ie?eotl?g of ditn Cnbo. warr Dnlry Oompnny lno nook milk was paid for at alightly uonr 4.1 per p?l. lho, Tue Shellharb'ur Oounril have delided to puroeliha a piuni) fur hleir 'Twni Hall. SeveRA tarL ern at Broughton VIle were keop up all Wedlbedny night o m batting busli fires, A sooIAr. in aid (f tie BSiters of Ht, Joseph, Kiline, will bo held in tho Odd, follows' Hall, Kiamo, on Wednoeday, 21st Juno, A oIlOIO In connection with the WVee. leyan Ohurch is to bo hold on tho Roe nervo, Sholllarbour, on Quooun' Birth Day, HAnnY BArIInosat, uoieliS, teaohor of Wollonconc, ...