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Arrival and Despatch of Mails [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

Arrival and Despatch of Mails Thr followinu in the tinio.anblo oboonrd at tlh Kiama Post?fllcu for the arrival and despatch of mails. daily (Sunda~ ex *.tod .) MAILS CL.eK FOl AM. A0.M. '.M. Ilombo n.......... 0 11 Dunmoro........; 7 -. Shollharhbor ,,... 8 15 Alblon Park...... 7 W'ollongong ..... 7 1j 1 Giorringo g,,,...... 7 11,11 lerry .......... 7 11.15 Nowra 11.15 8 16 Junberoo ........ 8,15 2,15 Jerrara ..........,. 8.15 MAILS AIIIIVI FROM A.M. 1P.5. I'M. Sydnoy ............ 8.10 12 0 Wollongoog...... 192 D pto .............. 12 Albion Pork,,.... 12 Slholllharbour .... 12 Il Dunllloro.,,,,,... 8 lRombo ............. 8.10 Nowrn.,,,,,,.,,,,,, 2.30 ilorry . ,. 2.30 (Jorr nr .......,,,,,.. , 7 A mail clones at Ktlnan Poat Ofl0io 0 p n. onu Sunldnyn orly, leaving by th 5.30 at,m train on mondays for Sydneoy,

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A CURIOUS HOAX. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

A CURIOUS HOAX. One of the most elaborate newaltpper honxet ever plintle aplpeardlun ParI, and tae pecular thing about it wee the large shire of credence with which it was received, not only by the Parisiran themselves, but by the people of tVrnuoe generally. The story, Is brlef, wan that the Queen of Englalnd ehd been detad for eighteen yenre, but that her death h nd bnll kept I profountlll lnear, ad wall knolwn to onllly a rfw persons tll the entire Brlitish Empire I Thll etory related with oiroumatlltinl deatil that Queen Victorlepastied away qulle nddlenly Itt 1878, but that for tlate reusoun It was deemed beat to keep her demise a profound enorot. Acordintgly, a woman In humblo tlr. culmetaneeoe of about the anme age an tihe Quten, to whom ite eboren .a trikicl resoemblenllt was discovered and lantailed In the place of lth dead Sovtereign, whose bodly was eeoretly hulrled In a veult beneatho e f the Rtoyal roethloemou, l'l wuatan who, as to imtpereonato the dlet Quaee was oaref...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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TERRAGONG SWAMP TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

TERRAGONG SWAMP --t-- TO THER KIITOR, 8til, -Kindly allow me ap?le In bring under public nlion n Intlor if very Orent importanco to the South Ovant people, viz., 'PTorrrong Swalmp, whioh won tiinlly yoren noAg dedictedil to thlm noa oOmlllu, 'Tho noanelily of ouch ntn Adjitiiet, an poo oolly durinu dirought, hnl hIoll long r*. cogninod by the firil,~ra, But until roe contly it. wons left in meol nan unimproved steio by the Onvornlllnllt Ihat, through nlck of proper rondway and anoah Ilke teollition, tihe pepiol wore tdaharrod it a vury grul oextnll from enjoying it bone. its, In lihe early dayn thlion distriola taxed lhuomnoulven iuonllllipally, and Iutterly a lanld tax oao intiluted iinkiing n douilo tax on Iltho imll firmonl anl it would oortainly be h ad now If lthe Onvrnimnt deiodeod uponliclhlnua our rightful hleritago. Thise brlngs iliu t n I oint of vorlanco, t point upon which it would nppeaonr two nootlona of the communlly cannot agru- lhii publio over a very argo radiu ani...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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MRS. WEIR'S BOXES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

MRS. WEIR'S BOXES. , Yvon will take greot care of them for me, Raohnel 1" shle aild, wilh a piteous look in her bided blue oyes. H.nlclhow, my thoughtlll s wonet back to the tille wo sie haid stlood I eloro mo as my minter's young and bloomlnlg brido, It always suellenld lqueer to ile, lvenl thou, Iut llhe should have boon no fondl of him.; suchlla il nOItIntral, reonovo sort O ltoan o ie wiwo, nlevr saying two words wht olino would du,o lIe was so many years older than hlorelf, too, and so noelh taken tIp with his nscliotlllbook a1nd queerly.written luobs, tht he lll did no eem, to my mind, tle sort of awn to10 be n lover.; nod yet iwhnlt i winsome bride lie had I Her hair wa. Iolc a?ejot then, and hulng ill a bunch of slihbitgK riiglol? at snol side of liher fnce, Thu gown nlho came home in wns of livelnde natin I and woll do L romenlbor the while -isik hounet shle wore, with its overhanging veil of Ilco, thIlo caeb such flickering shadowanoros. her Inir foreheld. That poonr foreh...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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KIAMA V. JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

IAKlAM V, JAM.IIPOO0. TUit rlll. match bnlwooin KlMamn ind Jumnboron, whiloh took pinoo on Wol. IIonidy, W?n arraogned ns minoh for a I. 8I' of iii rolntivp mnoritl nf the Lon Enti,,i nmd M'rtinl Itonry rilth's no fr thui ploma. uro of thie onniltlion. Thu KImn twim hlot with Ihio now rillOl 0(1] JIamboron tllth hl i MHrtliil.lunri, If thl reaiilt of the matloh in illy hgillo (and uxporti ?groo that liho Luo.EnOuldi In a luniill al uiorhir weipon to I i Moartini-titifl, lhoro binglio ein a groat improvement in th Importint matteor of imtmunitlon), lthan 1h t0innors (Klilml) fuilly douinl. 'rnlatl Iho nouotlvotioe uof tho now ihnlplo. itiul1t ofl nfantry wVrfaro hy putting up ill poinlt moro thain theoir oppUionolia aid oatllilahing a hilgher record of points than line boon scored In tho distriot by a tlom of tOnll for mnly yars pant, IPrlvole FoRall ot woll for Ihoa wineri, pnlitlI on 03 poulnt, whIlnt MfnJoi l,,nuy nnd I'llvto Jorvi alcord (l oiolh, For Joill. boron (who worn wiilh...

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READY TO PERISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

READY TO PERISH. Clarrence Mansfieltl stood iunder the clear, antumn meoonilight in a secluded spot in Ifydo 'Park, a homeless, hopolosa, stricken mnn. He wais filled with delopir too deep for words, and tLo meet bitter thought in his heart was that hel had been brought to thin terrible ilna by hls owl mand folly. The quilet stars shone above hiii; iand the night winds glghed mournfully through the treea and iamil the long gras a th Le dlesplairiing allln Iiovell slowly along, anil then ullnk IIupon a seat with a groanll. A oullnd struck hisla or-theia hour called aloud by nanly clocks, Ho meeichauiclly draw from his paocket na hodloneo gold watch, uind by the uncertain light regarded its face. As Ilo re. laiced the watchli in his pocketabiLter smile roossed his paloe feso. " \Vhiat latters the our t" he said aloud. 'Theo uma wan in lihat lonely linot with a four[ul ipurposae-.-h hall coamie thero to dlie. Ye, in tilat olitary lspot lie lntendedllo taka the Ito that hadl grrwn an in...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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A REGIMENT OF TAILORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

A REGIMENT OF TAILORS. IIn the relig of Queee IClambetli the tlaler" petltloluel her AlaJiety that a regimenet might he ria?ld co?ampieil entirely of thoeir orat to go ahlroad Into Ulladere, whloh plltloll lar hijinely wn eraioiuIrly plaleel to gIrant, Anrd In e1aoi"IIl of their readilness l I uppolttli hur auJalty ngalli?t her uleemle, aeo urdierul lUit (ae there Iever wel klowl to be a tetllienit of ntllurn befoire) they abould all be mountedl upel alarea, In a hlorl tilml tbhe regellnllt was cotli. pletud, lanl they were eurprlilinly urepdltlliu lt Iprfootallg theneaulven iI their exerlels, aIII were reviewed by her laj]ulytl Jlut lhuoro their umllbrkation, whlo expreenled great anltsllaition at the hialdiamie applIOaranc thelly malil, mlau how expurt they were it tl.e lp rformane oft their exerolle, Ot tlihlr arrival alromd It wal not loug befurll they bhad all opllllpolrtnity of greatly dillltiigiiiling thellnloilvn. 'lihey rushedlll on Ii frolt lo the battle, nldl very m1111 l...

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FOOTBALLERS' BALL [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

FOOTB1LLERS' B4LL ---- -- Tull annullll ball hold under the luspilaces Il the K nrla Fllllhall Olub wan hold in thuOddfellowo' Ihill on W\ednesday night, thUe event privinu In ovary way uoouaesfui. aexolelnt masio was up. plied by MiU? Davia (tlana), Mr. Jna l'Dermatt (viulin) aid Mr. W. Oraton (o rnut) loesre, \Y. SEmillio, John 1|'Oult?uy tI(''\Angi ue Ohibeholn made otllolunt ,t,.O. The oltering, which wai In the abla handsO f Mr. and Mre. Jiohn M'lOalhoy, of the Brighlton Hntal, wats all that could hu dualrid, hehitl highly hll, kon of by the manlly who lpartau,k of thte good thllngs plirovided; Amziong the Indles pre oent were -MileI 11111, navy blue soryg relieved with cream t Mishl ish, blaok ind aron cashmeuro; Mie n U'iOnnon blaak aInd lbuttereup eatItn t hou Sl i i (Hillenlitsblrg), lrot I hiiln Wright, link iuealil, whltu nl e ; l les (illion, lile imnllt?ll, whitae l antld riblbtn I All?s EUttglatuin, cream ia utlit aInd while satin r Miies loiantl, blank nild Iluo ailk:...

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

KIAMA COUNCIL Tuie above Council mot on Thurs day, all the Aldermon boing present. The correspond osro doalt with in cluded thie following mnnttors': PINE8 PUnOIIHASED, From several Mydney umsrorymon submitting quotations fot pino trees. It was decided to puirohaeo one dozeon (3 foot high) from Mr. Milner. Aldermon liarvoy, Hindmarhb, Wells and Gabriel wore appointed 4 commnittoo to son to the planting of the trees. A leiUND onANTrgD, from Mr. 0. R. Lockott asking for a refund of Os 3d which ho had paid in excess in putting down a crossiug at his place. Aldorman WVols oxplainod the cir eumtntasces of the case and it was do cided to make the reftnd. Obimeritir Tai'us5'rs, Proin the Lands Dopartmenot in. forming the Council that it had bean appointed Trustees of the unsoetarina portion of the Public Cometary. STOIrM WATEK OCIA.NRIL. From the Public Works Dopart mont, in reference to tlr pIroposed storm water chrannl through Teorra long Stroot WaVtor l.oserro, stating that the estimate...

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

THE RI.LE -- A nIrarlno of rlprosnnttiveos of tho distriot rllt ohliubs wal hold at the hor ro?ks of the KIiata Volunteer Uninpany on Thursday four the puilp~,s of chlmoinoýl lve gentlemon to ropresant the S?onuh Gost on thoe doincll of thei South Coast Rile Asaociation, Major Floney presided, and the following rifn clubs worn ropro. so:ted :-[Ki(ma Infantry Company, K(ilns Uivilian lhub, Gorrinn??gl, Jinm boron, Shollharbour, and Albion Park ivilhan OIluh. T'ho gentlomun chAono, who will be unlanimously suppolted by Iho above Cluos whoe the ballot of riprosen. tatives on the Oouncil is beilg takoe, worn as follows :-hIr. Marrintt (Nowrt Civilian Club), Mr James Sharpsi ((nr rineong Oivilioan lub), Mr. Coon. Ktight (KRlamn Oivilin Olub), Mr. Hleory [lioko iShollharbour Oirilhan Ohlb), nad Mr. I, A. Bonoann ?Wollnongong Artillery Olub). A follnr report of the morting is Uncaoid. ably crowded out of this issue. Til first shontlntg for the quartor of the Kinma Oivilian Olub will tlko p...

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

FEDERATION ADDRESS1ES BY MR. JO3lN NOR TON AND OAPTIIN OHARLES, Tennic was a largeaudience (Inelditig a ilulnher of ladles) representing all paris if tho district at the Oddfollow ' ihull on Tuesday night in hear M.. John Norton's address on Federation. The Mayor of Kiamo (Mr. T. Love) preeided COptain COilrles, ,[.L,0,, wasa halo onl the platform and delivered a short address after Mr. Nortoln. llth speakers received s aplon. did htearing, Mit. N?inote, riwho was received will, atiplla in, said the pelple h e ., ard a ,lot about Fedor.lie, n its senllorntal ai" liect, ,,. politicians had played with the qutaetlon for the past ton years. but only recentlly had ilie people decided to discuss it for themsealves, Not onle in ten-l thousand were yet able to give a decided opinion oil the Ptestlott, there. fore it behoved theal to give the whole force of their mindsti anlld Itrioism to its consideratioln. It was said that it was Federation inow or never I hut if the tpeople had a right I...

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

dALVATION ARIM. HIE rvioi will ho oedtiotod In the for rneks on Sunday AN follows 7 And 11a n. i., m3p. noA nio 7. p.m

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

VON(3itIWAI'IOFr L UIIUIRUII, OHRINUOtON(I. Sorvic,. will he clnduotod on SUInIday nuxi by tIhe Rev T. 1ouroe 0 follows *Jnngroi8tliiinI OChurch, it 11 owtn Congregational Churah, at 7 pam. Ohriatlnn Eulnunvour Suoloty overy Tuoudny ovollno at 7,30 uL m,.

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

HOUSEHOLD HINTS, A Stained Marble Mantelpiece.-Tlis mixture is good for removing stains. Half a pound of yellow soap, half a pound of common washing soda, quarter of a pound of powdered whiting, and one ounce of powdered potash. Out the soap into thin pieces, put it, with the soda, into a saucepan with enough cold water to cover, stir over the lire till dissolved, add the whitling and potash, lot all boil up, and store in jars till required. Use like soap, To Clean Cocoanut Matting,-'Trea this with salt and water in the same way as a failed carpet. Bamboo furniture can he cleaned by tlhe saonme method. Ilurnt Milk,-This can be made quite sweet again by taking the saucelpan off the lire and holding it for a few minutes in a pan of cold water. 'lu Cleans Tapanned Trays.-Sponge first with pa soft flannel wrung out of lukewarm soapy water, then with one dipped in cold water. Dry with soft duster, and polish with a little flour. To IRestore Creased Velvet.-First damp the creased part on ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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SOUTH COAST NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

SOUTH COAST NEWS ---+- FROM VARIOUS SOURCea. -- n Tnee s ilway 'Onmmilnionore have d. aided to provideaddltionnl oconmmodtltonr at TooliJon railway station, beoween Berry and lioringong. Tnena wore only flir porannn (\annrn, A, Nlaholnow, J, Holbronnk, J, lttlna-n haunen and W. J, Arnold) proneot At the Onoulil Chlmber on Thuriodiy niihtl in referoence to the propleod ilnolllial Illol, Under the olronmatenooa nIthingI id.lllint was done. Tnee ontholl aonfnn in I ion was opened on WednPndey with "ta lallh he tweon KIamn nnd the Dnrlinahliurt Pro. mieor the result hoeing win for theo lnocl boy hby 18 pnints to nil. l'ries were nuniined by Hlnrditno (2), Klley ned Graham, The Kihnian Slern ni oan e loeded In defeating n Bnrry junilr troen on the liter n lround by 9i pnlntn to 0, Orlal Woode, and Ilarnon ooring. A iltenina of the Blorrv Prnorean Aa. Inatitlon wae hold on Thorainy night, the Mayor prenldinr. A uhde of rules wea adoptoed, and the annulnl nullhorlltllnn was flxoJ at not lo...

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SWEETNESS AND LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

SVE1EITNESSt AND TAlO IIT. Ifo was late, and he was notoltogholor as ho ought to hvn Iboon, 11e saw by ho ligllt in tie window thait shi was waitlng for him, and Ieo trembled, well knowing that heo merited severe robuke As ho enterod the room ihe began I ' Tuhis n Ini lo tihn of--' My dooear,' he interrptod, 'you oan't toll what I woe-thinklng of just now, linthlor what you renlndoi mno of as' I you sitting oloso to It, You Antl the Inmp reminded meo of thi philosolphly of whioh Matlthew Arnold Il the 'postlo youl nd the lamp--o n?' No, I don't noon, Tllis lin iano---' SWell,--l'll show Youn Matthow Arnold in the 'postle of owooehIos mll light. Well, you and the lamp IIIl thI lilll-wootness and light. The lamo p IN the lighllt, iand you aro theo nweeootness' SYou foollsh follow,' nald soe, with a smoile, 'whal t nre you standing there for? Lot meo help yo off with your ooot,' Mintrosa (finding visitor In kitllhen) i 'Who in this, Mry ?' Mary (colnfiotsed) ' My brotheir, 1Ini.' ol st...

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

IMPORTANT DENTAL NOTIaE Mr. E. W. Vickers (NASlH & VIOKERS) ' THE PAINLESS DEN'I IT. Of 151 King St., Sydney, and Enmt ro Road, Enmnro, VISITS KIAlIIA - ON - SECOND FRIDAY ,& SAiUIIDAY OF EAOII MONTIh, . . And May be Consulted at . Hunt's Grand Hotel. Orown, Bridge and Pivot Work-.Artifiieal Toeth, without plato-a Speciality, Paisleon Extractiono and Fillings DATES OF NEXT VISIT - IFRIDAY anld SATURD &V, JUNE 0th anld 10th. THE REPORT E RI -AND. ILLAW '.RRA JOURNAL -0* PDHLIOGIBD YVRRY WRnNRBDAY AND SATURDAY MORNINu SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1800. ITOHING PILES Kll-Oe 'I'IITOUOIANsI) AWAKP.-MAKEoI [IPc A hAMltlY, You know whal, it in, lonrd to ihor, Hard to'gnt rid of, O n.'t find rllof 13nt wailt a minute, yes ynu can, too, it's no aso of knnwing how, Knnwlig how monne roll.f, It meanu got the right thing, It mnnnnn D)nan' OIntment, ])oan's Ointment will do it, All Irritting hkin dlleonenn dinappor Under tim helilng, soothing Inlueonoo of D.mn's Ointment, Mr, Ed, Ev...

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SHE PUT HIM TO THE TEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

81fIC PUT'I IIIM'O P TII.Thl. ' T, 'Yos, darling,' ho said, In tonos of deeoop totndornou, 'I would do anythlng to show my loavo for youn Aih' slghod tho goentlo mnidon, ' tlhat's what all mon any whon thoy are striving to win a woman's heart,' 'Put mno to proof,' ho sold, in wild, passalonto tone--put me to proof I Toot mo and 0oo If I faill Sot mIo any tot within theo hounds of poslbility, and It shall bho prformeod 1' 'Ah,' slhe murmurod,' If I could only bollovo you I' 'Put mo to tho lost, Say to noe, ' Do thIs or that,' and It shall be done.' 'Then I will out you to the lost,' 'Al,' ho orolaimed, oxnltlntly, ' you shall behold the holeht, tho depth, the loagth, the broadth, tho oiroumforonoo of my love for you I hant is theo toot ?' Theo maidoen dropped her oyes, a smile dlnplod theo ornora of heor amouth, anrd, bondlg over tho youlth at her foot, olho wh l o orod rl Tharry aome other girl I'

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AN ACHING VOID FILLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 27 May 1899

AN AOIIlNG VYOiu) ILhEiD, In evoery house, Miss Powolsou,' said young Mr. I[ayhonslow, with agitation, there is a spare room. It is kolt for the use of some honoured guest. It every heart, too,' - and heo Iid his hand impulsively on his own-' thoro is a spare room- 'And we tind on1o, too, in so many heaods,' also murmured, SMisse Powolson-Ircno I' the young manm oxulaimed, olhoking down a largo and expansive l1hnp of rising sighs, 'l (my hIenr thlor is a spare room sacredly set apart for you,' ' Only one, Mr, Ilnyhenslaw '' she asked, 'dreamily, SIDo not mook me, Irone Powolsol I It shall bie a whole unite if you wish, More than thall 'ou shall have thle entire jremiLae if you'll only y so, and if that Isn't largo enou0gh we'll tear down and bdld higger.' 'TIls spIro room(-this suite of rooms, Arthlr,' sald the midoi0, softly, ' that yout aro speaking oflhO--Iw-howI are they farnished P' .In( real modernl style, Iroe(o,' replied the younr hn(ml(, with a busines'slike ring ill hl voi...

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

GENERAL ITEMS. Sheep are used as beasts of burden in India end Persia, Women are employed as letter carriers in several districts in France. Italy has a higher murder.rato than illy other country in the world. Two-thirds of the royal familiesl of Iurope are of German origin. The largo guns of modern navies are worn oet after they have booen used about sovent·y.ive times. Powdered rice is said to be remarkably oilleacious in checking bloeding from cuts and bruiaes, oBell are never seod on il Mahomedan mosques, for thile Mosloe believe that the sound of bello conjures up evil spirits. Asparague is so plentiful on the Itussian stoppes that the cattle eat it like grass. 'TIe seeds are sometimes dried and teed as a substitute for coelleo. One of the hottest spots on the globe is the region around the Deand Sea. The sea is said to lose at least one million tons of water a tiay by evaporation. 'The name "Albert,'' which lihs been borne by thirty.two IEuropean kings and princes, is of Anglo...

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