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OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 May 1899
OFIOE 1100.IOU undny dollvory.-Tho oflloo will open for delivory of Sydney mn:lr be tbeon 9 and 10 n.m. i OI]oo hlurs, wook days,--Poa GCffloe i open regularly from Oa,m. until 6 p.m. There will be twondelivorios dolly by lottor crriers (Sunday oxoopted) leoving the ofico at 0.80 a.m, and 8 p.m. Money Order and 8alngs B3nok Office opon trom 10 a.m.to 4 p.m. dally (Sundny oxeoptod), and deposits aro also recolved from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m, on Saturdny, Tologrnphl Olloo, la opon dnily from 9 n.m, to 10 pm, (Sundiy exooptod,) Private Boxes, too, one guinoea per annum, may bo oblnleiid on application at oloco, onabling box.holdora to got thnilr oall any day att i hour. . .
Arrival and Despatch of Mails [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 May 1899
Arrival and Despatoh' of Mails , Tzi following it th timq!.tnblo oboner ,d aft the Kinma Pn t'ofll oo the arrhivh and despatch of hMila, dai(sy'Sunday ex c tod.) ,_ _" MAI~ra oLosB ron AM, A.M, P. 'a Bombo ............ ' ' 1G Dunmoro.,,,...;, ' 7 Shollharbour ..... 7 / 1" Alblon Park..,,,, 7 Dapto. ....... ..... 7 Wollongong ...,,. 7 0 15 Sydnoy ............ 7 2 1 Gorringngg,,..,,. ? 1.15 I]lrry .............. 7 11.15 Nowra ............ 11,15 815 Jamberoo ....... 8,15 2.15 Jeorrara ............ 8,15 MAILS AIIVE FROa[ A.M. P.aI. I Par. Sydney ............ 8,10 12 9 Wollongong.;..... 12 9 Dapto ............ 12 Albion Park.,,... 12 Shollharbour..... 12 9 Dunmoro ...... Aomlo ............ 8.10 Nowra.......... 8 2.30 orry ,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 230 Jambroo ......... 11 6.15' Jlrrara .......6... 6.15 A mail oloeao at (Klama Post Omoo 9 p m. on Sundays only, leaving by ti 5.30 a.m. train on Mondays for Sydneoy,
OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 May 1899
OBITUARY --- ..- ... A ?:MIIMTr.IlIAI, ellq iry wns hold by thll District Cornllller (0. Camorronl Nl., J, .P.) on Soturdoy Ifrerl?ol Ihot into the osjus of the d*nlh of i(ra bMlrgrol Ml'Anlffte, who did on Friday nilht nn st ?t Matrdhnll Maont, Th? d.eoAM?e wns 70 y?nrs Iof e, nu I tihe oidn?ueo hIhowd IIt she' dind irnmn mntorol caut's, to wit, hillrt dis*nolto and i verdict toI Ihtt efect wins recorded.
FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 May 1899
FOOTBALL A football Imitch was played at (nrringona ml R.aturday Iast between the hurry and (airrirgong olulbs the former winning by' eight pointe .to three. A grand plain and fancy drPsA hall is to in held in the Oddlfnllowa' Hall to-night unlder the nusplces nf the Ki unil P. t Ihill Ohh. Onilblomen's tick?lai are I laclh ; andli Ili a by in vimatin. The Kiaml Club wi' play a lmatlch on Iho Church Point to.lay (Qu?on's Ilirlt hlay) against a trlin from the Piolla r Olub, Sydnll, The following tiieni wil! relprn?ant Kimia :-Lambnrt, O lrsil (.1), IIlrdinl (.2), Kiley Oan. dnll, Ohmih lm, Srmlllio, Mrley, (Ira hlin Piowell, Aiimstrng and 0 Oanear.
SOUTH COAST NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 May 1899
SOUTH COAST NEWIS FROM VAlllota ROUROIli - AtorrtitAN (l?nlitri, h tI lumaod Mr, lb Ti, Walker'a frirn mat iyal Viloy, TII l Qeaan will oomlnltla her ltghlutlh year to-day, Tint Daptn On.npnrmlivn Dairy Oni, ,Ia; aooepted a toender liu thu otoulion of it orAtelatry. 'TitI Ullndulla Tnlrlorarting lhullur lt'a. prInt f'r ith halftr.ymer wan £109, whlah is to be omariud forward, ' Mil, rnonnO II clW ,Gnonoral Agntl, (4?rringr?ag, doealruo in toI al?lae that hei in lnot Illte mn whire I to box 4 r undn I ul U eaturtiiy nliglht In Kllnm.a, Toim V'luutour Iparla, whlIh In ooriod for to.day, will nommlonnr at n0 't ollk sharp, on nitcolnttl of aI rillu i11tnoh whrloh I to takIo pinane atlrwiardl, A OnII.reAI'ONIrNT fromllll (orricartlir wrlte altlling that it In only riuto rllnh 'frotl thoe Ourritnlong Ihnlwry RHnlh tio the bontfllllll pionlo grinhd it Il r Lrl'nnt , ieoh,. " IP ih are ls one thin .renonr thal a country ,ni?e coitrtg to iItI ci y, it. is t city lint going to the country."-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 May 1899
IMPORTANT DENTAL NOTIQE Mr. E. W. Vickers (NASH & VIKEIIRS) THE PAINLESS DENTIST, Of 101 Kinr St., ,ydny, andl Emonro Road, EKuminro, VISITS KIAIMA - ON - SECOND FRIDAY & SAPUIlDAY OF EACII MONT'I, , And May b o Cnanultd Iat .t Hunt's Grand Hotel, Crown, Brdlgo and Pivot Work *.Arlllolal Tooth, without plato-a Spolanllty, anloanu xtraotlono and Fillings DATES OF NI XT VISIT - FRIDAY anwd SATURDA?V, JUNE 1th and 10th, THE REPO()R'EP i+ -AND- ILLAW .RRA JOIItRNAI, -o PnntlatOlND IYVRRY WINONtIDAY ANI SATURDAY MOSNI1NU WIEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1809,
LAWN TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 May 1899
LAWVI TENNIS oJ A LAwN TiOil matlaIh was played at Kinn~ag n Mlturday InaL betlion thle Kinmn and Borry O?hl,, thb fo? mar proving ~ otorloua by 8- gamor. 'l h details are as followe : KIIlA * illRY 'ing and Angus v M?Oonaghy and Morton, 6.1, 1-6, 6 3 ICing and Angua v Lovgr'ovo and "=Miller, 064, 6.3 50.0, Major and Sulling v Mt'Oonaghy and Morton, 2 6, 6-5, 4.0, Major and S'llinr v Ivoarovo and 1Millr, , ,6 1, 1,. 6, Total--Kiamaa 58 gainn, B.rry 50.
FED RAL PARS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 May 1899
FED RAL PARS ----+-- |it,, F. L. OAniOuOrun, fMinitor for tlllnd, aplunk atI Jmlnblloo on Fridlny DIlo CULIPaX haId *t epulhld noleitmllil At Jlmioriuallll n n? llStrtlsy nightlIl A vou InII Ithlqu l ioilUn was t inktlll, ON Saturdlly ninhi III t Jin boron I)r, Oullon doarlrtod i lir, Alux. .Oniphull M?,P, 'ia n "U?uol edurnllnt, nlld oon who liad novur anown anlly wiionklns in InIIo Dolly To''roulli Ih I a In let journlal whloh alllhtl tolk llouillt a ' oorot onufronlo,' '1'ho IUnld o Dlrooture of thna Journal droldud by tjionuority ofl I ' to nupposo Itio ConveniJ(n IIlll I .IT In problblo rllromunlnll will Ieo initlde for t4ho Illan J. 8, Lur'k, Oallllolln J nlllllllionllor, In lldroua It pa hlio nlleo - Ing at Danlto th!n wuok andi pIiatihly anotheor at Albion iirk, Mlu, \Y, F. d?uitrv ealy lie is ra thoai will ht a In largo torlly ngaliant Ihe lfll at fnrry, Mr, Sulhy Is tnt in a podsltlh (anys Ihe " Shonlllhaven Niew ") tou blaur ar f llylllin lihg ahut tlhooliivieti, Tr a wal...
WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 May 1899
WORLKYAN AIY.TIIODIT. 'ervlicos will ho oonmlutod in tho \Vol?hy. an Ohurohno on Hunday, aO follows : .lnma, 11 n.m-Mhr 0 A Somnervillo Klamn, 7 p.m,.-.Rv J \V Moore Jamboroo, 11 n.m--Rov. II Whoin Jnmboroo, 7 p.nm,-Mr W Orrtord Gortingong 11. .m -Rov II W Mourn Gurringong, 7 p.nt-hir f1 A Soionrvllla Shellharbour, 11 a.m,- in r 0 0Ultlus Shellharbour, 7 p.m,-Rov, II. Whuvn
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 May 1899
CO. M ,ERCIA I, n----*---- Tho Frmlorn' Co.operliivo Cnmpat,y opolrtA e hitolr (orenmoory), 10lO Bultor, f(otory, od tr 0il Dutter, dliry, lt qu slty, 8d to l)d l3utor, dairy, Rid qw'tity, 01 iacoo, oIln*titrond, l d Ion 7d Inocon, maohlntooured, 01 Ilaoon, heavy and ronuh, Od to' 04 ilnme, hand.aorod, 8d It1 801 Elamu, mnohino*oured, Od to Od Lard, (hIlk) 41, (blndder) 4?jd to rld Ohoono, let quality, f.1 t oholnootl id Choose, nooonld qnllty, 4d to Rd lnnoy, 1(d to d' Pigs, Doat Blarncore, hiLvy, to R51 ~ Light, 844 ho Itl porkors, IlDn Light, I N to 18n tIdean l?)d to 4d Ihi, Unlt.inkln, dh to 9n Flour, *7 1Ifs ton 8 Flour (ind quality) £0 to £0 Maine, 2. (id to 2n Rd Whlaot, 2s od to AO Ohall, £J Rn to £4 Onpio nlr.oy, 8 01d to 19 Ryo (lrona Sood, 4(1 0to o ('oholmot groan 0nood, 8R Od to Os )Jran, O(i to Ojd Pollard, OJ(1 to lhd Ont( (nnel n 4d to an Od Ontn, ((oo) 2n 0d to 2a Id Onions, £8 10 4 to £4 May, talon, £4 10o to £1. ~ ay, mondow, £4 10 Ponnlnorn, £2 10 In £l£ SFowl, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 May 1899
AUTI?RNTiO MREDIOAL OPINIONS WORTH KNOWINI". - Ur. lehnrit,' aynel "I nan RAND LR i& SONS' EUUALYPTI EXTRAUT ne'a spray for n?nal dnfnrrh, low fvor, rnthmn, &o,, with grocn n uconn. T ilnd thien'eoprlir to all other," Dr. Stahl : I hove tnit var. one propreration of .?u dlytltln., hit I ,not nroetor rulllti from SANDEI & BONB ICOOALYPTI EXTRACT thlln from nilty' thtr." Dr. Prnoton t I nevor uao any EIConlyp'un prtpnrtllin other than SANI)tlt & 8ONS', r I' fround ith, other to be almost ueolone.' Dr. Tlnrt I " It gone without oving tIlhat RANDTIi & SONS' RUOALYPT'I EXTIt'OP, Is the bet In Itho morket.' It iniluni,.?, all fevoer, thront andt Ittu trnuhlet, di11. thorln,'dllrrlttun, dynonllory, kidtlnly comt-t plalnts, rhotmatiam, wounda, fpralIn, ulcoer, &o., it In illvalable, Hoo that pno put BANDER & HONS, and rj] ont spurolnu prepnratiln whiclh are swno timem auppllud by unnllrplptou ce'rnlora, Tsi Llght Itutnint Nnw Olotn In ...
JAMBEROO COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 May 1899
JAMBEROO COUNCIL Tos ouncil' mnet on Saturday last, when all the 'Aldermen were present with the exception of Alderman Love. The following incoming correspondence was dealt with : PEDEBATION. From Mr. Bingle (to the Moyor), stating that if the people of the town wishebod Mr. Garruthers would deliver an address upon Federation on Fri day, 26th lnst. On the motion of the Mayor and Alderman Dymock it was decided to accept Mr. Oarruthers' offor, KANGAIOO RIVERL BReIDGE. From the Department of Publio Works, acknowledging receipt of Council's letter nE repairs to Kangaroo River Bridge, and stating that a reply would be sent shortly through the member for the district. Alderman Dymolk said that he noticed since the letter had boon sent, tenders had been called for repairs to the bridge through the Government Gazotte. SUBSIDY. From the Treasury, statiog that the sum of £72 15 8d, as subsidy, had been placed to the Council's credit. ADBSENOCE, From Alderman John Love, stating that important ...
PUBLIC SCHOOLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 24 May 1899
PUBLIC SCHOO)LS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIOd Tire membors of the Shoalbaven Distriot,Publio Schools Atlletlo As.. soclation held their annual meettig at, the Nowra Public School on Saturday, 13th inst,, Mr. A, 8. Garden presiding. A very satisfactory report of the year's operations was presented and adopted, The report showed that the annual sports, hoeld at Barry on 3rd October laIt, were well attended, and that about 400 pupils, representin, obmut 20 sohoole, competed, besides those who took port in the displays and drill ,omp3titions. Of thle Schools, Jasper's Bruash was most successful, winning eighteeoon prizes, Squads from Nowra, Berry, uerringonog and Kiama enternd for the drill, and the trophy (a neatly framed and executed copy of th, Ohellenge Shield, the gift of Mr. D Daris, SP.2,) was seoured by the Novra School for the year. Gerrin gong ran the Nowra boys to within one point. 'iIo ,me t dbu?tlvu dstplaye worogiven by the Berry School, and Kiamna, Jasper's Brush, Nowra and Bomade...
THE TRUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899
'THIIE 'I'IIITI[I,. 'tho wltnose in tho box had boon bully. ragged Ithe lawyor until his patlioni wag oexllusld, ,' Now,' nibl tho barrlsler, you say you saw thlo prisonor draw his plslol 1' 'Yeo.' Ilomomber you nro on onth,' 'I am not forgottlng it.' IYou nro sure you nro tolling tho troth ?' Suro,' N'o mistako about it?' 'None,' You oouldn't bo pornuadlod into any othor atatemont,' Ioro tho jndgo Interposed, 'Oh, lot him go on, your lordship,' ploodod thlo witnos I ' ho's a lawyor, and ho doosn't know tho truth wholn Io esos It, and I'm only too glad to show him how no fAr as eoanm,'
THE HONEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899
THE HONEY MARKET. From the Ag,rie'ultural :els lte o/ NS,S., t'. Some statements have appeared in daily papers which indicate that the industry of boo keeping is absolutely overdone in this colony, and it has also been declared that honey is practically unsaleable, Mr. Albert Gale tak es up thile cudgels on behalf of the maligned industry. As President of the National Boo.keepers' Association, GovernmontBoo ee xpert, and the author of the articles on bee culture in the Government Gazette, he can speak as one having the authority which expert know. ledge confers. With regard to the alleged lack of a market for honey, Mr. Gale says thata meeting was held on the 10th of February withl reference to sending honey to England. It was pointed out at this meeting that most of the bee keepers were not in a position to incur the expenses attaching to sending their produce to the Ifomo markets, in view oftho great length of time that would elapse before they got any return, It was announced, ho...