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ABORIGINES' MISSION [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 June 1899
ABORIGINES' MISSION ON Sitorday last Ihi nmoora of thn Lo Porouso Aboriginea Mlallon Coammltnl nhd i pnrty of frlond?, Ioholding Iri. I ndl Mhr?, Wmn, White, of Rdlfoorn pold o whit to the lIoaworr? Laok, ShO?lthrbhoor, for lho parpnno (nf oponlog tlho Ahnrrgl?n ?Innnn Ohuloh h olld Allo lnotnllln. hAr, lohn VWlletr, of Jllohlron, , tR Inlillltory to th nbonrlgilono a tho Illnworra Lk dittrlo, Theoro wore nlno Mit DI)lxn, inlolllnlary t LA Pl'roln1u t(he Itla, .1. WV, nnro, of Clntlnn, Rv, iltlrnol WhIoin, of nlllherron, nd mny friotlll front the South Cowlt diltrintl, Aftr .fr, Whit hId oondlototdl a ProAln Mooting, at whllah oIay tlutlflorl to the bl elnt of minlnl work, thle 'rnnldont of tho [oi Pronlln Mll+nlon, Mr, 0. IL, lBilloy, to k Iho oh.,,r, 'P. Roye , .1, lW. Acrn olffer? it dodiooloy provnr, ond thi Ohllroh was Ioolerod pe for Dolvllln HUrvlon, Hilr rilnR thlIronto l wor ulvoi y thllo Ilt, Ilnrnld Whanl t andllhi M )ixll D nn o It plrgrolo of Ihia l uuuol r work all(oln...
SOUTH COAST NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 June 1899
SOUTH COAST NEWS FROM VARIOUS O8UlOErS. -A 'me rainfall at ?lorry last wook toltllod 050 points, A oroluAr, loonon?ng Cour will he hold at Keimn on Tuesday noxt, 13th I tat, Tonln is n koan domand for miners At lHolonaburg, where Itrado la blrlk, Tno hoapital fall at Wollongong woe. a auooos,. The honpllal will by it boneit to the esixtent of some n80, NUAntLV i1in of rain foll at Milton In eglht days, being the hoevlost rooord for -l[ years, Tli Turf Olub at Wnllnngong hian leased the local raoeanurnn for a onrtio of twelve mintling, Tho next mooting will beh held on tth July. OwtN MonoAln, nflitd by the 1Blti OCurt for furious riding whilst "m(ld drunk " said, Itn ox'anuatinil, that Ito hid boon drlnking Wollonll ?g baoor, Mit. M. A. OIOnllghltnn, O?nverttlnllt dairy export, lootlror at Nowrm on T'1on. dAy to a email nudllonoo ion pnlullrl7ntltit, Only seveonteoo poronnts rolled up, A soti'nntt oxolhton ntnlon that It In probable that a indnol form for tfhr e lolith Cos1t willI be...
OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 June 1899
.', OBITUARY --~-+ ON Thlrdal y morning 1+0 Mr. Iolury Tllthl, of \lnrnltMll Mounlllt, plttstld Itwvny At .the Iag of o0fyonrs, eftor nn c I noe of 12 dnys Myr. T'luln Irlnud In tho oclony trrni 1?O ylr Alto,r wh'an hn wnit tI Malr. hoIll rlutll, blio for lott thrIno ho wen lhatnt f?() tthe lisdrlnt, ant willy rouilronld snlhll 7 yo tor uI,, luTo-tIly d(econotl'a ro. nioltn will hn Ir'prrnl In the \Voalaynn aclntolry At Mlirlllbll Mluint, ,in, JanK?r TucnartON, of hlrtrlor dilud at Nwrm'I oIIt \Vodnutly Im ornlng, l',od 74, r. 'Thmprnlr (Orilta nonrrea,. I)lndonl) wes n entn of Lltm T'Phlmnn 'Phmnon IIN.,i nand w ia mri o?t Ltin*. colonl, Ie irgrrndmrlthr wan Mron, ltIlhy, A woll-knh wn gullre In tllo unrly lleltory f lthe lrolnly, ITo wenllt Itn tnlohmsolhV nl ?fty-twn yoerna lgo, tnul wnn noulltlintl jllicllO tlio peonnl in .Ap il, 18111. [Ih mwo on of11f U lumI nhtial Itlntlooa in h111 nolltllty, 5hllont rrp'ttnllIeplo t 'IbIottrntmtt lnt wne urnntel N Now cttrll W\lns, Mlr, hllt...
KIAMA COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 June 1899
KIAMA COUNCIL -4---. f;?, :ab ae ounoll met on Thursday. there buing present the loll OounoIl ouxonpt Aldurmuon \uella ar, 3 Ourfuld Ts ','AR 4oaeolok. The Rydu Oounoil wrote eaking for co-operation in urgim.g the Promler .to Introduce a Bill In favour of the zone syetem belng aodpted in the matter of stroot ,ightlng. Aldormen Hindnmateh moved that the Counall do.operuto. rhu matter was an Imiportant one, and the sooner it was do linitely nuttled thu bottor. Alderman Pike secundod the motion which wne carriod. ADDITIONR TO TII OI MOWIROUN The Kiman A. and il. Soolety wrdto elating that It contomplated mbakIng arrangementsa for keeping the prize stook on tila ground on the second day of the show, and accordinlly thero would be a necosalty for Inornanod yardingacoommoda tion. The Llommitlla deairod to mako an arrannemoLnt v Ith Lho Counell for tle acquiremeon onfthe land hbold by the Coun oil and now occupled by Mr. S. Ball in Malaing Streol.(blnod's old timber yard) The Miniter for L...
WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 June 1899
WI8LBYAN uETIIODIBT. liervloo. will ho conducted in the Wesel o im Ohurches on Hunday, as followe : .r7Ime, 11 n n--Mr, J. Shepherd Kliam, 7 p.m. Rlov J W Moore IJmhoro o, It .m.-Rov, I1 Whoon Jnmboroo, 7 p.m.-J.N. 3ertlngong 1 s.m,tO-Rev J W MMore Gerrlngong, 2.80 p.m--pocal Olhildroe'a 8ervloe-.Rov J \V Moore 9hellharbour, it r,m.-Mr AS omorvillo Shellh-rbnur, 7 p.m -Rev, B. Wheeo Seddlnhaek, 2,30 ptm.-Mr J Shopheird Yellow Rook. 2.30 p.m--ovr. II Whoon
A CHANGE FOR THE WORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 June 1899
A CHANGE FOR.ITHE WORSE, The Antlll.1 Lgi to of the colon 'l'lhought tlt year's B11ll an bnd ns had ouhld bo 1 'Tlhl year, to Fedora? union still av?mro, They aay the Amolldod 11111 In ton tlmoos worno. Ant trully for they toon, on I ouppono, Tlhy find thin 1l tihe worse one to oppono, It to not truo a tht the Common. wealth is respoteiblo for the solvency of tho States, The Common. wealth Iin meroly to hand back It the Staten throe.fourthl of whaotever cuatomn and oxclao It may clhoose to raie; ald if any of' the States wnat more, they must raise It thenomolvo by provinoial taxation, All the Staten have ample reonturcoa of their own, and ample poworo of taxation, and are quite ablu to maintain their own solvoncy.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 June 1899
IMPORITANT DENTAL INOTIOE Mr. E. W. Vickers (NASH & VICKERS) THE PAINLESS DENTIST, .Of1 151 King St., Sydney, and Ennmro Rond,E-Enmro, VISITS KIA1lMA ON - SECOND FRIDAY &. A&VUIlDAY OF EACH MONTH, . . And May be Consulted at , . Hunt's Grand Hotel. Crown, Irldge and Pivot \York-Artliolal Tooth, without plato-a Spoolnlity, Painloan Extraotiono and Fillinga. DATES OF NEXT VISIT PRIDAY and SATURDAY, JUNE 9th and 10th, THE REPDRT E 1R --AND, ILLTaW tRRA JOUItNAlr PnlmbrlnD KV?LtY WRDNRRDAY AND IATUnDAY MORNINU SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1800. fOIOKI;'rjNa MATIi1RntA , TODACUOU, SUND[UI~t, RnnR Urns In j 10 I n.O'1g(j,,p Ulunrr, QIOar tton, PipI-n ni 0, J. r'orrIIpH, Woods' Groal 1 uporepln O aaraIltr ai And Pa 'l, THE WAY IT'S DONE Ow TIlS DoraHuse Tue LArbnHa II[?, DoNo Ic Nor DwoN Ar AALL Plaster a lame book ? What for Oh, It etrongthono it, does It I Yoes, It may for a time but the pain returns. Anedit will return again and nain until you got at the oaneo and atop the...
The River Fable. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 June 1899
I I Me .ril FaDle. According- to the great jurist, Bentham, a fiction is "an assumed fact notoriously false upon which one reasons as if it were true." Many have been the assertions of our antagonists entirely fulfilling the con. ditions of this notable definition, but none more thoroughly than the fable about our rivers used with some effect by a prominent Anti-Federalist during the last campaign. This orator rushed through the country as the fiery cross of old, literally. inflaming the people. But his greatest effort was possibly when in order to scare tihe river settlers he told them that one conse. quence of Federation would be that " no resident on the banks of our navigable rivers would be able to water his horse without the leave ol the Inter-State Commission." This wild assertion no doubt suc ceeded in Irightening many electors from voting in favour of the Bill, and although it has not, since the dis. appearance of its author from active combat been often repeated, it is as ...
The Inter-State Commission: [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 June 1899
11e Iltter-lt- U U0R mission: It is constantly being asserted that the InterState Commission will be a thing of cear and woe to us. Mr. Want told the settlers on the border that they would not be able to water a horse at the river without permission from the Inter-State Commission: the AntiFederal League now. tell us that this same body will manage our railways, and, of course, the first thing they will do will be to reduce the wages of the employees. WHNAT IS THE INTER-STATE COMMISSION? Those who read the Bill canl be under no apprehensions, but unfortu. nately, many only read the Anti. Federal interpretations of the ill), The Inter-State Commission is simply a judicial body, which will adjudicate in cases where a dispute arisoos in con nection wish the provisione as to trade between the colonies. Certain provisions are included in the Constitution forbidding preferential railway rates and any other interference with the trade of the State for the benefit of another,. The Federal P...
THE TRUTH ABOUT THE FINANCES. The Rashness of the Financial Critics. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 June 1899
THE TRUTH ABOUT THE FINANCES, The Rashness of the Financial Critics. The people who say Federation will cost 22s. 6d. per head can show no warrant in the Bill for any such asser tion. They arrive at this conclusion by sheer guess-work, and others areas free to guess as they are, The Larger Colonies can Pro tect Themselves Against Over-Taxation, The snialler colonies cannot over tax you against your will, New South W\ales will have more members by half in the Lower House than South Australia, Tasmania, and West Australia all put together, for New South Wales will have 26, and all these other colonies together will have only 17, If West Australia stays out and Queensland comes in, New South Wales will still have 26 against 22 of Queensland, South Australia, and Tasmania, It is true that the Senate will have the power of rejecting any proposed tariff, But if the Senate is unreasonable, New South Wales and Victoria can agree upon a tariff fair to them both, and then insist on its accept...
Diminished Expenditure. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 June 1899
Dlminished Expenditure, 'I'hougi the Federal 111l does not directly cut clown the proaont ruinous extravngnnco of colonial ndminlstra. tions, it clears the wany for the existing leiIslntures to do this for themsealves, 'lio colonies will no lonlger need such largo Pnrliaments I surely if Australir ann beI governed by two Hloulses numbering ISO man all told, this colony of Now Soth \Yalot will not need 1s? paid memniber In the Lower [ouseo to do what work will be loft for it I If the GovernorCiGenora of all Australia con lIve on .Cso,ooo an yenr. Now South Wnles will no longer need a Govornor coaling in snlary. and allowatlnc aln a moutnt.equal to that I And many other snvings can be nasdo in s like manner,
Is The Federal Constitution Democratic? [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 June 1899
s tlle Fel1rtll Co0stitlutiol leluocetico? --~-4 If a man knows what true Democracy means, his answer to this question will be an unhesltating Yes. A demo cratic constitution is one which gives the people complete control over the administration of Government: which enables them to embody their will in legislation as soon as that will is clearly explessed: which gives them an effective supervision over the doings of their representatives, and enables them to punish any abandonment of principle by dismissal fromt public lie : which gives every man an equal voice in the direction of public allffairs. These are the qualities which go to make a constitution democratic,., and every one of these quall ties, and more, the Federal Constitution possesses,. It is Domocrafio Because a 1. The right to vote is guaranteod by the Constitu tion to every man who has it now. .By Clause .41, the Constitution gives to every adult male who has a right to vote at elections for the more numerous House in ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 June 1899
PNEUMONIA &nbsp; ls now especially danger- ous, for Winter, with its chilly winds and wet days, materially aids this dread- ed disease in its attacks. First comes a slight cough, then weakness, feverish- ness, shivering fits, pain in the chest and shortness of breath. Later on the cough becomes a hacking one, and pneumonia is fully developed. DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS oure pneumonia even at Its worst stages, as the following testimonial will show: Miss. Maude Christie, of Truro, N.S., says :--" I suffered intensely from pneuomonia, which sot lu as the reault of a severe cold, whlloh I could not throw off, Whenever I coughed I strained myself all over, and the raeking piln was fearful. For two months I was io hod, attended ounatantly by a skilful phylulian. but I grow gradually wole, The doctor said I wua lI ounumptilon, and that unothing would .ave me. I was In de.pir. A papur wa, shown me Il whlah appeared ithe oao of a ymoung laily whlro had been cured by Dr. Wlllihn,' pink...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 June 1899
Ager's alir Vigor What does itIdo ? ,,It calicos tho oil glands in tihookiln to boeomomoro Activeo,' making the hair ,not and glosey, proohooly as naturo intended. ?It clonn1e0 the 0oalp from dandrnff and thuaro. moro0 onu of the great paetos of baldnnoc. It makeo a better olr. Soulation in the ucalp and stopo the hUri from coming out. II prevents and if cures baldness. Ayer' hainr Vigor will ouroly make hair grow on obald hIad, providod only there Is' any life remaining in the hair hbulbs. It roetoreo color to gray or white hair, It dooe not do thi In ln momont, an will a heair dyeo but In n short time the gray color of ago gradually dieappoaro andl the darker color of youth takboo t place, ' o ranreaea we lr.'!J.'?,. AL s w ., Lowell, Masw, US?A. Feot Authinatloial coughs anl o'ds take 'Woodu' Great Popporlint Coro, le lid anld 2a lid. ORIOKifIING MATERIAL. Always Kept in stook-G; J. Prolt. TOBACCO, BUNDRlIlC. Bosh . Brlands of Tobaeono, Ulgira, flgarottot, Pipes, at G, i. PROPT i...
THE WHITE MAN'S BURDEN [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 June 1899
THE WHITE MAN'S BURDEN Mn. RUDYARD IClPLING has recent. ly been telling the people of America, in a series of magnificent verses, what "The White Man's Burden" is, iHe habows the responsibility which has been thrown on their shoulders by recent conquests, and in soul-stirring crdences, bids them "Take up the White Man's Burden." Whilst those versees are addressed to the Americans In particular, there is another " White Man's Burden" of far more universal character, namely, that particularly sensitive organ, the liver. This groeat organ is the regulator of our bodily boalthi. If impaired, other organs, such as the kidneys, become affected, and ill.hboalth results. And ouch was the experience of Mr. J, Waller, of 82 York Street, South Melbourne, Hie story of suffering for years from long.standing liver complaint, and subsequent cure by Bile Beans, was narrated to a representative of the Sportsman" as follows : ' I am glad,' he began, to give my testimony asto the very groat value of M...
AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS RESULTS OF TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 June 1899
AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS RIESULTS OF TOUR, Played, 10. Won, 5 t lost, 1; drawn, 4. Mtay 8, Oyratal Palace, v. South of "ngland.-Drawnu South of England. 240 and 222 ; Austrat'la, 375 ((Gregory 124, Noble 116 not out), and 7 for one wickeot. May 11, Layton, v. Essex.-Lost by 120 runs, Essex 109 and 144 / Australia 144 and 73. May 15, Kennington Oval, v. Surrey. Won by an inniugs nod 71 runs. Surrey 114 and 64; Australin 249. May 18, Eastbourno, v. Elvoen of England. -Won eby 171 runs, Australia 222 and eIght for 27 ; Eloven of England 172 end 1)7. May 22, Sheffield v, Yorkshire,-kban donodthrough rain, Yorkshire 83 for three wickets. May 25, Manchester, v. Lancashiro,. Won In an Innings and 84 runs, Aus tralia 207 ; Lancashiro, 102 and 81, May 290, Oxtford, v. Oxford Universiy Drawn, Australis, 303, and four for 300 xfrd, 341.' June 1, Nottingham, England v, Aus. trails- Drawn. Australia, 252 and eight wIokets for 230; England, 193 and soven for 155. June 5, Lords v. M.O.O. and Ground, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 June 1899
ITEMS OF INTEREST Woous Great Poppermnlt Ouro for Coughs, and Oolds novor falls, le Od and 20.61. ONumRmn Needles, Oil,Besit and Fit tings furoil Sowing Manhioneoo sold in Aus tralia, at G. KNIGHTS, Watehmaker, Kimna, 0 FOR SALE, Eoos fromn my Oharmnpion White oand Brown teoghorns. Eight Ohiokeh Guarnn. toed.-U. 1, PIIOTT. GO TO A. BOLES' For Stationery, Pens and lIk Tricop. gerous for Preserving, Reatoring, and "0eautifying the HaIr. FISHINNO TAdKL^ , This Line I itook Very Largely. You ?o?n alays rely on gtotin th P PiTk f th Buot Lious Mtade, ait i , PIOTT' 3. OlISAP OH-FiAP I A Latrge Stock of Musical Ihstrumetto [inoluding Violins, Aocirdoton, Oouncert none, MIouth Organe, &o., &., at--,. J PROTT'S, 'PTut amart buy t we oll hotir of him, But iho duller ploddingi boy will beat him in the long run,. Why 7 Because I he littleor has the gift of qpplli.itio. Nito this faoot parents anid boys, iLNs worth souring in your knou ledge box, Simlarly Woodo'Orealo Poppurmint...
NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION MEETING OF THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 June 1899
NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIA TION MEETING OF Tl, COUNCIl;, Tuts Council of the National Ritl, As. eoolation rniot at Sydroy on \Yednesday lost, There wee a good attendance of tiotbers and the Treaerorer' statement shotrwed a oredit blntide of £110 10e 7d, of which £450 wis at fliced dfpVsit The business of tihe meeting e fiar as the Seouth Coast district is concerned wets its follows - " ORACOK etJo0,It Sorgoent Blosa (Kiamo) wroto com. piaining of Mr. 0, Praott bavoig referred to the competitors using the Lou Enfeld rifle at Singloton as nont representing crook shots. He had no objection to Mr. Prott considering himself a more export rileoman, but he thought it cantme with bad grace for a member of tho Council to throw refloctiohna on riflumen who had boon strong supportnta of the National Ageolatlon, and Itohe chllonged the truth of Mr. Prott'e etatement to the effect that " the L.E, boat Ito MN,t, rifle in nearly overy intottno," Every indivlduoal iratch was wnn hy the M,., rifle, and ...