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THE PALM TREE. ITS NATURAL HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

THE PALM TREE, IT1'S NA'TlURAL IIIS'I'OIY. This invaluable tree figures in the legends, religious ceremonies, and romances of every Semitic and many another Oriental race. To the botanist it is among the most attractive of plants, on account of tie anlcent allusions to its two sexes, and the need of lortillisation in order to the production of fruit. The Oreek naturalist TheophraBstus who dled nearly 800 years n.c., has left us a maslerly work on the iristory of plants, from whi'h Piiy and the latter writers have horrowed witl tihe most perlect freedom. The diea sertation is divided into tenll booke, and these again fmil into nuemrous chapters. In Book II. we find the eighth chapter headed (a'earnr'i Paularuam in tihe Latin tranealation, and under this heading we have arranged ail that tile aluiente know of the natural history of onu of the most valuable of trees. Atlte. tion Is dmrawn to the fact, then bult imper. lectly understood, and only elucidated in a sclentllfi way during th...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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A Rustic Who Has Seen a Ghost. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

A Iluwtlc Wio IIsw NIeon it ahost, At i smnll coluntry villnge n few miles from Sheffield a lecturer took for his subject "Ghosts," annd coin. mencod by asking If any of his audionce had ever soon or hlad Inter. courao with o "ghost," If so would they pIlease step on to the plltform, Whereupon n coorse-looking former topped up, hSad the lecturer, "Now, sir, have you over seen a ' host ?'" "GhostI Oh, ghest, be hnnged," said the farmer, "I thought tho asail g8ort I'd belter get down,"

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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THE FATAL LILIES, OR The Lady of Larchton Mere. CHAPTER IX (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

THE FATAL LILIES, -OR The Lady of Larchton Mere. --0- CHAPTER IX (CONTINUED), Lady Cumnor's anguish seemed to have overcome her dignity. There was neither anger nor malice in her words, nothing but the calm dignity of despair, ' He has killed our child !' she repeated. I will tell you how and why he did it. lie quarrelled with me just before he took little Hugh in the boat. Any of those who were present will bear testimony to the truth of what I say-any of them ; you, Lady Brooke, you, Captain Anson, were both present when my stepson quarrelled with me.' 'It is true,' replied those to whom she appealed; ' we heard it.' ' You hear, Austen,' she said-' we quarrelled. I told him abruptly what I had better have left unsaid, I told him that you had made Hugh heir of Larclhton Mere.' 'You told him that before others so cruelly, so publicly ' said Sir Austen. S'Yes; Ile irritated.me, lhe angered me, and I cried out to himn that he was no longer heir of Larchton Mere; and those who were pre...

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THE DUKE'S WAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

1HE DUKE'S WAY. Th'e Duke of W\ellt htoo poelouaod ita inaular iwer of ligopioig at will I and doubtless ,thl faculty greitlly contrilutes to emlioiet uation sill mental power, Ou arriving at 8i, abistitio, during the P'rl. Inolaer ?War, the IDuko was inlforlied that the Ihruuhiiitg battlries would not opoln for two houre, "'hena," sll d hIi, turniog to hi s11ho. deioonp, " the beat thlog we call do, Ilurger?ll, IN to go to ieiep," )ismlouontlig, he Ila down ina treloh, aitid was fast sl?erp iII i mlollot,and ,oardl Ilurgera opradily followed his oexatpl.p, On anlotiher oooaliner,whei the army woe In ftll rutreot, nll oltor ltltddnolly nIIIIOuleO'd the llr il,lproalhl of tihe enlemy, O bril llg tlosod Ih tIho lihduo.liclamp, the Iuklte said, " Hued ilha mao ini," " You have boen hotly pursued all tho day P" hl Inquired, , " Yeo, mY lord," replied thu oflluer, " Are thu troolu vprr tired " " Deod beat, iy lord,", . "Thou ' lho P'reuh Ioiit beto doat boat, uoo they won't attlck to*kti...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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Illawarra Railway Service. DOWN TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

ITEMS OF. INTEREST CILIOKETING M.ATERIAL. Always Keptin staok-G.. J. Pratt. Tiue reliable Family ollnody, Woods Great Peppermint Care for Coughs and Colds, Is 6d andl s Old. TOBACCO, SUNDRIES. Beat Brands of Tnohcon, Cigars, ligarettee, Pipes, at G. J. PROPTS. Fol Ohildren's Placking Cough lake Wonds' Great Peppermint Oure, in Od and 2e d. 00 TO A. BOLES' Fir the Beet Fishing Tackle, Lines, and flnoks; very large stock onl hand. Foet Aethmaltlel coghes and colde take Woods' Great Peppermint Coro, Is Od and 2s Od. SEEDS I SEEDS I A Large Aesortmnent of HonroN and Co's Reliable Seeds, at-G. J. PIlOTT'S GO TOoA. BOLES' For Rose D. Orient Toilet Soap, Turk.. h BathllToilot Soap. and Cntieura Soap 'on Bronehial CanGei trake Woons Great Poppermiilt, is 0l and 2s 0. Woons Groat Poppormintt Curo for Coughs, and Colds never falls, is OGd and 2e Od. PER FUMERY. For Perfumiev and All Otlhor'Toilet Requllites, tiy (. .T I'IROTT'8. UrNaRquaLn anal invincible : Woods' Great Peppermint Cure for Co...

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THE WORST CITY IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

THE WORST CITY IN THE WORLD,. On the bakiug lands at the southl.eat corner of Ihe eldilterrlante,liust where the Suer Canal given berth to tone of iteamore, ahilp, anol every cort of craft, lie I'mtt Said, the worst ity itn the world, Not i. any single paertiular has orlt l811a any advalltage, comtltercial or tmnoaphltrio, Saven monthb li Ihe ye?r It s bkillng but anll fort rl.brerdingallll Ithe uther live monuthle h rdlr less dlnglerull~ to healthi. ''rading or bush ear helre in anlml'let 111u ill the lvilnlry way, it L uvtlu fr Io tlriltltal ort., rew cities, indred, have so little to ill.r in tie way of ehl..s andll goods fur sale. Ptrl SI, tid' olu b hsire Imlpot. lauce, ioll ul, in simply that It servee as a lart or call for thle uveouel just untering or justl leav. I111 the Surz CUlOl. Undler thes e colllionr tlthee Ihas sprlunll upl a mooslt alti tit?tag i ee of continulled debhlot Lelrty wlllhich lnever Iteune, but itcrrssle y onrly, Nto law, no regultllions, no police force...

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MEETINGS TO BE HELD [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

MEETINGS TO lIE HELD) Snoln'r Twm'innoae, No.11, Tholi May 33, nt7.70 p iirlrot Allann.wo K0on, ovalN June. 4,o3 1.3 No, L),eOLyrdl Juno 20, at 14 p.m..

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

TIo Farmors' Co.npnrativO Compaty ropirte :, utllor (oreamery), 10d IButtor, fantory, 4Id In 9l4r Bu, tor, dairy, tnl. qulity, 8d to Id B.'"I ir, i :iry, 2nd qoality, Od St n, 1d.e.dcred, l ~d to 7d Bt in, malhnl.lonruedl Od Bncon, heavy and rough, Od to i0 [lams, hIndo.elrd, 8d to 8)d [lamn, mainhinuoaured, Od to Od Lsrd, (bulk) 41I, (bladdor) 4jd to td 0', o10, tst quality. 5 ,1 t ohoiule~u d C .noo,second quality, 4d to Ld. tII. oy, Id to 2t Pigs, Bolet Bac.nors, heavy, to 5le Light, 34e ,, Best prkers, 2ts ,, Light, 15si. 189 Iflu MUD(1 3dto4d Ih, UnIttdkins qd to 2lb F'o ', £71 t II £8 Fluhr (2nd iquality) £0 to £0 Maize, 2e 0d to 29 8d Wheat, 29n d to S3 Ohall, £3 OS to £4 Capo hbr.oy, 9S OD to 39 Ryo raues Seood, 4Is Od to fin ('Ioknfoot grane oeed, 8O Od to ln Uran, Od to lld Pollard, O9d to Ihd Oats (eol) 2s dd to 2s Od Oate, (foed) 2s Od to 2o Id Olnlolne, i3 I0l to n4 May, onlon, £4 I0s to1 Itny, meandow, £4 10r' Polntols, £2 0l to 1'3 Fowls, per pair, ls Od to 8s Ducka, ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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MODERN THIEF MAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

MODERN THIEF MAKERS' There wooul not be half as maoyv robberies committed if it were not for the gentry who mcake t liiing by buyilg tLe " swag." A good many feInos " tre secuttteted among the silvearmsitls nod working jewellol ; thty buy watches, l illns, rutges, atil other goods of the name clhaacter,alter them tu potest L recog' nitionl, 'ld sill them privately to dealers in other neiglb!lourhools, by whom they erle resold to the purlic. Watches nt easily disgulerd by aillig a Ilglru or twolto the number, reversing the " etlgie.lltttllig" nanthelkase d hll lngillg the hands lfor a phi qlllitse inllku them. Some times the works of one watch are put In a dillemset cose. 'Io alter i watch, a Irew swivel, bar, and pendant are substiutesd for lhu original ones, aodl genlerlily tIi legthlll,pl the ibhnia In lasa eiied. \iith rings, a bold dealgo i skill'fully cllased no tho tutrfoce, r n , e to lllnil with that alreatdy there, ndll yet to Ilter the fpoenr ilfbot. rlutn ritiLeh nuied ve...

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RELIGIOUS CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

REL[[ OOUS Clal 0ll r ENOLAND .)IVI7 Sorlce will be conduolodon SlJnday notl, by Ilo Rev . 5, ( Gibbes, os follows : Klama, 11 a.m. Gerringong, 2.30 p.m. Klame., 7 p,m. Servlces will bo conatuoltd in the Ohurob of England, Jamboroo and Shell. harbour, on unday noet, by the Rov. B. Stophons, as follows:- QhellharbounOhl am. Jamboroo, 7 p.n..'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

AN ULTIMO SENSATION oi0I isT's slottP RANSAdKED. ,WIuN one r inds bodt a shop injlnR rangeoked tlhe ,impreselon is, that oveiryiling lias boon turned inside out, or thrown ahout regardless of cones. quences. This, in a chemist's shop, is a liberty which oanrot be taken with lmpuitiy, and was tnot, in the 0ase stared to our reporter by Mr. Wal(or lye, 6f 33 McArthur Street, Ultimo. "The whole place was fairly ran. sacked,' said he. 'Not a thing which it was thought might help to alleviate the terrible agony I was suffering through rhoumatism was lft untried. \VWhat was the cause of it, Mr. Tye?' ' It is some eightonn months ago that, afteor being out in very inolomont wenaher, T commenced to suller from sohing aqonies in limbs and body, and flying poilis and stiffness in the joints; and I also experienced sedden chills, genorully suoceeded by heavy swoats. Tihe pain I sutlered was son enovere that sleep was an imposslibility, and should I deoz off I would be suddenly aroused by spaes...

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PRESBYTERIAN [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

PHRMBYTKRIAN Services will be conduotod In tIh Pros eytorlan Churches on dunday next by the Roe. J. Burgess, M.A., he tollow. Jamb oroo, 11 urn. Kiama, 2.BQ p.M. Mlemo, 7 potl;

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

TO OUR SUflSCfTlJER Buyaaoniinn, not roaolviog thotr papot regularly will obligo by promptly oummo' munloatlog tlhofoot to lhmo mmloho of hi pOper, 0 nlott noiy irrogulorlty moy bo in-. 1Uitrod"Into qnd romodlod,

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WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

WOHILBYAN METIIODIRT. 9ervloos will he oonduotod in the Wesley in Ohurohes on Sunday, as follows : flama, 11 n,m-Mr 0 A 8omorvillo Klima, 7 p.m,-R.ov .1 W Moore Jamboroo, 11 a.m.-Rov. II Whomn Jamberoo, 7 p.m.-M- r W Ornford "ortingong 11 am..-Rev .J W Mooro COnrrlngong, 7 p.m-Mr Cl A Solmorvillo Shellhorbs?r, it .,m.--Mr 0 Uousles Rhellharbour, 7 pm.-Rov, H. \Whuen

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THE TICK TROUBLE TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

THE TICK TROUBLE. -4-+--- TO Tilnt P.IeTOIIt Sit,-Although It ioes never boen part of my creed to rusth shout Ihboeu colllius looking for seunaliolal oews by which to cause alorm onmone my neluhbous by manna of preen articles, yet I claim to be alwany well pnostld in matteor peranining to the dairy farmer, or the dangcers that tre constantly cropping up, by which the progrCse of the dairying industry may be hindered very motorilly, I lon't wil, Intpll. lo ee lla uthority on "'Tick Fever." I don't wish by any means to convoy to you that I hiave over studied the qiuntin of IIak, 1,I, object. In writing thosle ls is to o give my neighbotrn the hoeitott of my nwll pur. sotnal sbeorvalions of the possible riavsge that may at anly lime bo caunsed amoing daily hurds from the elhos, of Ileks, which muset solnur nr later l:(r their wtly into Now South Wiales, if not alrendy To give you some ideai of the number of ticks on every square filot of lick Il. eoaled counlry, I may meontion Ithat t ...

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A COOL HAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

A C00,L HANOI It It nolnaomew t atruu? thaIt lraeOIe, the iutlon of I.ut blood, shouIl haro produalol a loln line ol Uolllrall' who showedl 'thllomn plrl~lt ?1a. frold ol thu oall 'of btlle, Nllllplto n o a lmll a anaunlrdl a rttuli airdour, hbit IIno hint ooolt exoite llnu if he did inot o0oeo to got exultted, MurIIa, Napolobo'n llohiaf of Cavalry, whoo spIlefudld oCnthualani wo mall deoperiOa lhlrgeOl couldl be as cool 'n his Iannator, upon ooonlon, At the liiking of iton. DouW while the troops nat Ih tlllir addlesa iuelder a mlardtrotls ire, Mural reolveil a lds. Iipalh to which an ollnwer waen rteoitred' d;lingh hil mottltolno m horea was troOmhilng?, Illirst l lad the reln.a ullp the horn of hills ?ldlo, took his nuolhooh In 01a hand and a pIIrl l In he other, nill Irenu to write 4 rpollooa, thddolly a shall fell anlI exploded onl the Aolund oluno by 'The horiolape,l In thu nlr amudnllwng wildly aruond, Murstl silply tranaferrld the pali th o toll to ha1 tha hiti Id the iotobon...

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LAWS RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

LAWS RIlATING TO Ni;EWSPA PERS. 1. Sunsoniena, and advertllers, who do not give exprress noiro to the oentrary, re cnieidernd no wisehino to continoo their ,subecriptlones nrd adlvurtieomentR. 2, If hishorlboer order theo disconin. uance of their poriodiresla, tile pnlulish, may continue to send thlim untni all or rerse are paid, B. If eaubarihoer refuse or negilect to take papore from thet oieo o o which they ero direeerd, they are hold responsiblh until they have settled their bills. 4. If subscribers move to other pinces without informing time puhlisbere, and the paper oroePsent to tliir former dirootlon, the leaberibore are reoponnsilo. -. The courts' have dochiled ithat re fnuigm to take periodicals fron no crlce or removing or leaving them uncallod for, In prima facie evidence of inotentionn fraued, I?. If poreons pay in advance for a nowenpapr or quartorly advortiunoment, they are ihound to give notice to the pub. Uisher at the and of lthe tim that they do not wleh to contion...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

SStock rders for tis Saube in ealy. beiTealy BUSINESS NOTICES. r All Advertlfmen lunder go, he.eirInR will be Inlerled Ire l. ed. pr quarter. pIall 1 EN, (;FLI.lE, Tinsmillt, Pinum. Saer, Gabfiller, &c,, a'rrelontg.treeot pROWN, P., Baker , &o.,' Manning. J,' jlreet, 'ippnite the t Pht Offioe. Best Rtoreshinat Rooms inKlama.' ?O0LE8, ALEX., Harrdreiser, Tohna. S coniat, &'o., ManninRaltreet; CBIN'S DRAWING aild TIEALIW BALVE for gale by W. Cars, Minna. lourraq9lreet., ?IIN, P., ilorasehose and General B nleelkmith, near Dyeock's Anlltion Mart. Terrslong.atroot, - OiUS1NF & SON, nloit ad filios Mallnufacturrs, K(lan and Gerrin goneg, GURRY, 1., Phlmhor and OGafltter, near Mr. Ryan a valooe, Torralang tseet, bYMOOiK D. L,, Apltlan Marl, Terralong street. =?FARR, ALTLEYNE, OChleti & Drug. K:lst, Terralong-atreet. ABR IEL, MR. IEONAID, Dentiat, Stppola e Pon t Omice, O Ific re "OLDEN BRL ., ('P. & FP) Family B?ltchaore. Terralong.stroet. E...

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OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

OFFIUE IIOURSI, undoy dellvery.--Tho ollco will open for delivery of Sydney nal:te Ie twon0 D0 and iO nI.m Oflico hIeurs, wuuk days.-Postl (.lc Ole open regularly from O n.m, until 6 p,, There willb to o deliveorlio dnlly] by letter carriers (Sunday excOeptedl) bleaold the ofllco at 0,30 an.m.'tnd 3 ptil Mloney Order and Saving. flouk Oflleo opl)On from l10 m. to 4I p.m. doily (Sullldy eoxooepted), ond delpoils aroe also recolo e from 7 p.m. to I) p.m. o0 Saturday. Te'olegraph Ollloo nla pon daily from 0 n,m, to 10 p.imn. (Sumny exceptod.) IPrlvato Iloxe, fee, oneo gulon Ilpor ann0um, may Io obtained t on pplieatlon at oflco, er.nbll?g box.hldors to got bhlir mail any day at any hour.

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