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SOUTH COAST NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 June 1899
SOUTH OOAST NEWS FROM VARIOUS 80UROlS. -o A vOtnTeen, pmanlo will ho hold to doy. PFall In at 2,30, Dron Revieow Order. A NOtrTliO of. the South Conet Arl. cuitural Union takeso plnoo on Monday next at Klama, FnnantecxK WA'?nee, hbrloklayer, of Gorringong, ha. qno?stratoed lfe opiato, Mr. F, Oiblin la the nilllal aalgnoo.o AN offeor by Mr. 0. Knight lihe boon ac0tied by the ,posetnl nuthorltlios to wind, clean and rogulaeto the town alooa, Tna Wollongone Counoll line oeanpodi the tendor of F. Ohonoy for th e upply of Klnama blue motal at le dl per yard, Me, Jon ienoaeen, of Alblon Park, har connoutod to taraid no a onn:lidato for tIo oileo of dirootor of the Farmora' On.op, Co. Tuie Ilawarra On-nporntiveo Onnrnl Dairy Compeany, Limlted, nro Inviting npplloatlonn for the reopeotlvo ipolti?on of manager and angiroor, Tun rainfall at ?Orera drrine May was an follown --ln*, 21 MTill, '01 I 2lth, 01 I 2Oth, 1000 I l0th, '9 I total, 1182 In five day.. Mn. ?, L. Lovooiove annnonerd at the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 June 1899
IOETOAN DENTAL NOTIOE Mr. E. W. Vickers (NASH & VICKERS) THE PAINLESS DENTIST, Of 151 King St., Sydney, and Enmnro Road, Enmoro, VISITS KIAlIA - ON - SECOND FRIDAY & SAUItURDAY OF EACH MONTH, SAnd May be Consultod at . Hunt's Grand Hotel. Crown, Bridge and Pivot Work-Artifoliai Tooth, without plato-a Speciality, Painleo' xtiraotonn and PFillinge DATE3 OF NEXT VISIT FRIDAY and SATURD&Y, JUNE Oth and 10th. THE.REPORTE R -AND. ILLAW ,RRA JOURNAL -0 POBLIBIOD aEVRY WRDNOSDAY AND UATUIDAY MORNING SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1899,0. (lronL Pnppnrnihit Cuire for Ooughn af nd Oojdnr to Oil anrd 90 ads or AUTIIENTIO M?,DIOAL OPINIONS (WORTH KNOWINf, - Dr. Onhnrne' nnynl "I inn HANDIER & SONS IIUALAYPTI EIXTR'?UT n a n ,pray for lnannl onarrh, low favor, nnthmi. &o., with grnt naoonnn, I find t hin nuporlor In all othor," Dr. Sht, I Ihav nod or. otn proparnlnonn of IiToalyninn, but I got grnntor ronnito from SANDER & SONS', ICUOALYPTT [XT[RAOT thi n from ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 June 1899
Fon AnIonlnlloal oougRID nidl node1 tiIInkn Woods' OroM Poppormilat Oinro, lii Gd *pd 9a Od, ITEMS OF INTERE3T CRtlOKlTING' MATI'IMIAL, Alwnyn Kuvptlr, ntolr-ti, .1, l'rult, TODAt00X GUNDItITE, Pont Brand, of Tnhnnene, 'Unrat flignrottas, P'lipes, At (1 J, It V' H, You dtlitdi,'n Iloaklauq OaUgqlu LakI tNaaduu Grunt Pupptrmiat Guru, It Od and On Gd1 GO TO i, BOlUS' Fir Ua BLi 13t VIsi0tlg Tunakli, Giton, and Hlanks, vary largo taook ini mrint, ito'an lronalhlal 0o0s 10 taka Wants' Grunt Poapormntut, Is Gd tadl G O0, PIGIIFUMIIIGY, her Portumory and All Otlor Itllut Requlnllllin,,try G, J,.I'IiOTT'b,~ UHsonAn,sn nail lalanlIbla IWoods' Grant Pappermlnt' Cirn for Gnnghn and Golda1 ti Gd, T'ta rmlilabl Finially R rllndy, Wonds Grant ptunaraulat. Care far Onagla nail 0olda, Is dil and Gd oil, .' Priasons do not reformi anybody; they Only brutalise.'--Viotorian Cliief Justion Madden, - ?i SEEDSLI SEEDS I A Large Assorltmenl?of FloirTN and Co's Reliable SuBod, ~t.O. J,?P'ROTT'd GO TO "A: ...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 June 1899
COMMERCIA [L. The Farmers' Co-operative Company reports,' - Butter - The rough weather on the Coast has Interfered with the uLual flow of conilgnments. All good butter on the market sold readily at current rates. Bacon--Heavy supplies with a quiotor demand at reduced rates, ams--Plontiful with a dull doinand, Laid-8i?roo,, not suflcient coming forward for requiremenls. Ohooee-Ucod Ind mild soroco I old and Inferior plontlful, but dull of sale. Egga-Tho market oponed slow at tio early part of tho wook, Roughl weather, howover, detained some of the constal boats, and a temporary soarolty was the result, Prices rose, but will no doubt recede agaion n Monday. Poultry-Prime quality still anarco and selllng well. oMdium and Inferlor lots plentiful and dull of salo. Mfalto-Tho market oponed at tho begnlning ot the week with a rise of Id and continued buoyant, In sympathy with the rough weather on the Ooast and short upplles. two further advaneoo of Id por bushel took placo, - Although curr...
THEY DIDN'T KNOW [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 June 1899
THEY DIDN'T KNOW MANY people when detected in the commission of some wrongful not at tempt to exouae themselves by the plea that " they didn't know it was wrong." Of couree, the law of the land absoluto ly rnfusos to excuse any wrong-door upon such a ground, and the moral law should be as just in refusing par don to all such as do wrong to them. selves by neglecting the care of their health, particularly when they advance the untenable excuse that they .wore unaware of anything which would re move the cause of their trouble, Ninety per cent of the Ills which a lliot the people of Australia to-day are directly the result of impaired diges. tive organs: The liver, stomach and kidneys are the three great regulators of human health, and When those organs bocome affected the effeoots thereof are quickly felt in the system, Now, it is plain that if the aure and effective working of those organs be secured, the cause of the ill.effoots, which, when impaired, they are the known producers of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 June 1899
Smoke! Tobacco LfGHTCIl(IdDARP PoOr iDooa Nervous PPosiratlon Tested and tried for 35 years in all parts of the world. f Rltul Is fth testlnonnn of Mrn, I. II. Chip. poll, of Itlwcll,Yltcloina, Atalnllr, Sllt ao)nyo 1 _ SIt Is wlih groat pinosuro tIti I rrenord myo xnrlofol?r lO os Iarso for llflrty.fnv yar swith tho wondorlul curaftive olfocl of Sarsaparwa tnil fIr. Ayor'.s Pli nnlI of tlisan T Ilnvn fle li red l f 'rt'.i? Pil tr ortle n I th t ll%'l'li , III I Sti'tll t, fo. r tytlaelf tlo tol IllIto' t 0it (tltx,,a e lf It ttli ltf ttlllro tltttllo heIII lootl ilut' IIIltCtl"" ' l lt l 'll'llI litllt.'lt trl l'li ;.t (0n ttul r to "i I) 0 ,, 11101 k itlrr ll' ' ClllS lt11111 fI r tllel.or lrllttllfll to ti l llee'. ftll filtig'' If tl O tl t , 0 lu l loi fI trll llt-r 1nr ennllll Hi n ilke l I)r. Ayer'l I'i ty, TIlly erl'll y t ebl and, .#l I r r' I ure,, Im - f li Ayul l ll rslllf ltrll n re l 1 a ikO t o ?HIIN'S DRA\VTNI and TIIALING SALVE for Sale by WV OIIN Mi. inlamurr Stroo...
JAMBEROO COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 June 1899
JAMBEROO COUNCIL Tir above toiiiaoll mQt on Hnlurday last, when the whole of thi nldbrmen were preosent with the exception of Alderl man UJol, The following correspondounce wco receiolved adnd deslt with : MOUNTAIN ItOAlD From Mr. 0. S. Mullen, Itnad Seperintondont, forwltding voohers toIn be tilled it and returned for the (Ioot ln. aenlmente of thu ifMos-VlIo ilte nobm road. Ueoolved. KANOA1n00 0IR.K nnnR010 From.Mr. A COampbell, M.P., through tho i'ublio Workse Dpartment, in ro. foronoo to the lhtter moot e Council an the dolapidated condition of Ihe Kangaroo Crook bridge, and asking for toptra? 'hp Councill woe informed that tondora had been invited for building a now strouture at this place, Recolved OAD ROAD, From IMosrs, John IPurnoll, John Duggan and 5 others, drawing attention to the had state of repair of about seven ohalqa of the Curramord Road, Ibutwool iheo.li road and Mr, O. Price's gate, nd Mopin the Oounlil would do someu thlhg in th0 mattor, Aldormah oIip moved that ...
Illawarra Railway Service. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 June 1899
Illawarra Railway.Servioe, DOWN TIIAINH, Stations. Duai dy a nl Milk A, 1, M, t, M, A, Sydnoy,,.11op, 8 305501301603 Wauratiill ,, 0 9 3 2 47 3 0 , Holonaburgh 0i 4 4 57 3 7 : Lilyvalo ,, Da5 SOa~l ?23al2 Otford 10 0 71 113 22 . Stanwoll Park 10a 7a3 27 Clifton ,,,lop. 10all? tIlat l933 S. OClifton 0, 187 14 38 10 Austinmor , 10a2i77a2 431347 t'hirroul , 10a 107a204350 .. Dulli , 10 37 5813 5 , Dollambl ,, 10931a 3 4 s a ,,, Corrimal ,, 10a142j7 4a 04 7 Para Melodow 10 704 1 a10134a10 ,, Wollou-. nrr.10 57 4 204 10 ,, golg f dep.l11 27 5 304 2 Uljnaondorra ,11 108 43. 4 4, K[om. Grango 11a148u 74484038 Dapto ,, .11 18 14 554 40 . Yallah"' ,, |11n24 a 4 4 453 ,,, Albion Park 11 258 255 154 7 thllolharbour 11 388 3S5 . Minoanmurra 11a40 8a030205?10, North Kamna 11508a475a4202 ... imoama .,, arr 11 558 0 5 405 285 5 tlop,12' 3 ..,,.. 8 6 Orrlngong 1 141 II4 .,.., 8 2h ToolljIoa ,, 12a20120 . &.. 3 8 Barry 19 3 1 .01 3 ... 0 0 lnlpor'allrtMh 12 8513o .., 1).10 Nowra ... . arr. 1...
FEDERATION [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 June 1899
FEDERATION Tut ipolling pi)nooa n (ho he lama Iloo. tornto ro sdvortlneod tsodny. Tile groat avent Inkoa plnoo on the 20th inalnt, Mna, Anolls, OutrsIr., M,'P for lIIa. warrn, will addroase mootinss at Jamborno Itomorrow night and at SBhollhsrbrour on Friday night, Tui very tlot thei Iho Ir Ohlinsas tlortil Is nanlasil " Fll l IdrtaIIlloll invs'5 i n isaolf in dsllo ties wnl hl kur in vtid for Mni, W, ,, FlunaIc, Ns I , for Inar Dalhia.n (Sydllnoy), apanks in the (ld ullionw ' Ihl'l ito IIalsh, on for -i, IIansous of thio Oissslsin,5 \ni?,0llaoouhiin Bill Lonquo, 'A vrnlltns ahlo ii,,n"n tih 11111 snaoe for ydlIony Is th Il ?a l Itrio piot In1 4AU tralin it rrcelvo Itlll I e i alrp in a btn of all Ith ii thsir ao lonlils h aldoli a lm11rittlnlg Onradsius antid Answrisan aiso and ilisr ,frsn, l'aiuo ihsi in. your lhis, Tim mnombore Lfr Illnwnrrn, KCianln, sdonl, sillnls? nnd lho amlstlorr opstI. runnolelt Iadjlnql., aro il istrnr nuIpl rt. Irm of thiu Omne?,swsn'l th lI, T'ha mImanhe...
SOUTH COAST AGRICULTURAL UNION MEETING AT KIAMA. EXPERTS ON CREAM TESTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 June 1899
SOUTH. COAST AG ICULTU RAL UNION -ot MEETING AT KIAMA. I?pcou'T On COtcaei T'R?cTn,. A e r,criosa of the iclnnoll of lhve ahorn Union took place in tho Couneil Oh amber, Kiama, on LLnday. last, commnoeling at 12 c'alook and concluding at 6 p.m. The delenatle present wore - Messrs. T. Brown (proeldiln), .1. James (Kiamn), J, A. B'atson (Scorneory), W. M'Konzlo (Wolltngoog), II, Fryer (Albion lnrk), Aler. Iay, John Stewart (Barry), and M. F. Morton (Nowra). Apolngtes for absonne worn receolved from Messrs, Alex, and Arehihald Campboll, hse,P. MIt, JAisO Oo onOOATULATO.U Bofdro proooodin with the businose, Mr. Morton moved that the coangranlal tiono of the mcoting be extended In r., J, James on his an-.'" mont to the tien..ca c l-misio to the IRaynal nmlsslon on Diseoanse In Stock. \Ir Janlme would ensure a good deal of anlightmont hIolnc brou tht to bear on thile ommnilssain'so discousslonsa hi ienoeotion with the dairying Inrdustry. His nppoint. roent was a matter of onnratulation to...
THE LATE REV. C. W. GRAHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 June 1899
Tine LATE RRnV. a, W, ORATIAO. Ar the Padrllington WeVleyan Ohuroll on Sundiay evoning an "in mnlnorlain u ianrvion won htld in ann. nootlnn with thn danth of the Into Rav, 0, W. Graham, who wna until reanot. ly pastor of that ohurlh. Thn sad aovnt took pinan Rt.tho Parkas porann. nag on May 22, Thn rontrum was appropriantly drloprl with mnaurning, The pintor, Ray, II. Viloe, ailoinlotd and pronoahed an Imprnaelvo sormnn from the words, " As for man, hle days are n groass an an lower of tll finld, no he inlrlallnthth," to,, Padlm hill, 16. 10. During the dieoouras tha proncllh. or rone, rod to the foot that tllnlhir lato prntor had hIon out off In thei prime of lifi, lining only 48 youra of age at the, tlne of hia dolonaso, notwithanll ding whlih he had bonn onahied to do ona. iul work for tihe Ohuroh andl donomi. nntion to whichI he holongod, Fin hion l hi miniltry in the yanr 1870, nnd was time frot chairmnan of tho Northern Qinnnonnsl ad ditriaot, Andl ralidrid at IRokhampton, lo...
GARDENING CALENDAR FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 June 1899
GAIRDENINGO aALENDAR FOR JUNE. -.---+,--- Krrouon GAnns.--Transplant ne In latb month, with strawborries, artiohokes, olonn, &B, Sow poas, broad beane, saud, cabbago, broocali, &e. Ertll up peas and boeans, it forward, Trenoh and manure. OBatnRo.-- Tranpltant all kjnds of over· green and deciduous fruit trees. This is the beet month for pruning all Idoeiduous treosj deep digging, trenching anid mnuering n rituld oisuo be completed tille month. Ftowr.c (oAno?,-Tie up and etako hrby anthemnme, Root, prune geraniums. Rte.p?t and start fuchsias. Plant bya clnths as In April and May. Fla,.-Suow barley, wheat, oats, beans, peas, luooern, lover, &o,, &o,--this (often proves the best month for sowing these crops as the auunmn is sometimes very dry,
OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 June 1899
OBITUARY Trii many frlnnd4 of Dre, Oalob and inldlly Tirroy will learn with regret of the Inetlh of !hlir fathlr, Jnmon Terroy, Enq., nged 17, 'The nod ovant tok plaon il Sunday, May 38th, ntn lARnto h r "eldlnon, " Mainhnad," Old South RIend roand, fondi,
LAWS RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 June 1899
LAWSR EIiATING TO N VWSPAPERS. 1. Ronasomnnsr ald advortioerO, who do lot give exprese notico to cthe ontrary, re ronsidarod ?.wiolhlne to continuo their pubnoriptihoneand advertisemonts. ..,.$, if sabeoriber rdor the diseonlen. ,oance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until all or. reors are paid. 8. If subscribors rofueo or neglect to take papors from the oflice to whichl they are direcled, they nro hold roesponsible until thoy,hveo settled their bills. 4. If ehubecribore move to other places withlpt Informing the publisers, and the papors are soont to tiher former dirootion, the subscribere are renponsiblo, 5. Thl courts have decided that ro fuelhg te take periodicals fromt no ofllce or removing or lonving them unenlled for, in prima facio evidonce of ienonlional fraud. , If porsons pay In advnceo for a nowspoper or quarterly advertisoment, they are bound to give notice to tile pub. ialher at the and of the time that they do not wislh o continle taking...