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RIFLE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 June 1899

RIFLE NEWS 'Tne monthly shootinLg in coanootion witl Ithu Gerringon ride club took plroo on Wodnaoday Inast. 'Tho dty wos very ulnfvorollrbo for shootih, an ollowanoo of from O20 tn 25 d?troos of wind hoving to bu rondo. Followint Iro the ilollOr i -Ydo Y00 Ii hp, t'l. JThnston, 7s l dl .. 22 20 00 J. Doloy, ... ... 23 1 10 67 R, \oir, 5... ...21 .11 , 20 507 ('. Woir, 2 Gd.... 2. 21 1 1 0 E, M'Clolltnd,2OtI ,.. 28 18 10 560

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN MEMORIAM THE LATE REV. C. W. GRAHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 June 1899

IN MEMORIAM THIE LATE 11EV. O, W, (l[Allilh . R?v, O. J. .\looy, during tha Woas inyan Ohuroch esarvice in Nowra on Sunday evening lest paitd, an olonrnt tribute to tih Imtmlllory of the Rolv, OChalrles rahnam, who diatd rtanntly at Parkest, lotwonu Mr. Crnohom a~nd bilmnaolf (the ryev. spekor remarked) thllr wore aoverat inklk that hound thorm toogether. Thny wers both loci, althlnogh not exaotly tho same tian, to thinak on spiritunl thinue allnd to aim at quoalifylng thtemaolven for thoOhristiann ministry throoghl hlaring, man?y years ago, thei famed Mr. 'Taylr, the mis sionary preachor, n9w Bishop Taylor, of India. 'lThey lnd onnootion morn than onaawith thie snnoe alrouit, and wherevor le tnonPdntl Mr, Grahnllam, ile invarithly found most natitfactory proof of hil prtedonsaor's good work andt that he was pnraanlaly hilti in the hIighest rospoot, Nor oould hIo thin tlhbt tIn I nt ,ot 'ora ,ouh| a JIt aaWy iy tilte dath of hiim by whoeoa meoans in had bieon donet, Musi?g on this, ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRUNING DEMONSTRATION AT ALDERMAN PIKE'S ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 June 1899

PRUNING DEMONSTP'TION Ah ALDERMIAN PIKE'S ORCHARD., LTAs ' T'uadny 'ftornoon obout thirly gontemon neaeomhlod at Aldorman ,inme Pika'e orchard, Long Brush, to wltnesa a pruning damnonalrallon by MIr. V. J. Allon, fruit oxport to thlo Departmont of Anriculturo, Tht doy w~sn very cold and boistorous, After ompmrlimo gn Mhr Pike on he healony and wOll-cared for eppeantnce of the orchard, lir. Allon, in Sshabore oiddroaas, impreasAed on his hoar ora the desirability of hvoing an orchard on the best heOlterd and most fertile pote on the faIrm, for an orehnrd woln tendedl, wil a suiotable nesorlmont of troen-thst is, trees to suit locality and a good mnrkotoblo varioly-wasn about the molst proittbleo thin, mni a farm. After toucititi upon mniurlna , sulb-soil, drain ing itld o few other pointo, be proceedJd t eopIrue a yonrling tree to Instruot how to n?ake it rnw a ago f shaped treeoo. A fruit true shoubi be malde to bramlclh nt from 18 to 20 itltalt nbove the ground, ani oddhotidl aInys...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EQUAL TO THE EMERGENCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 June 1899

EQUAL TO THE EMEROENCY. ledlddir I ltmunii me, air, bhot I am Ikro. dluoliia onw kind of Ipitr.bruseh, P'olktn Mhuc obhlh ed to you, but I don't o0r0 to to e Ilttuductd to nweW khid of Ilt.r brolsh, I asve ll I a0n do gietting lomg with old killds or halr.hbtlmeimlld realty hreO' the timeo to meot nm klad.l, I'Peidlhr I DIot this brush will ratore the hlir, I'erkilln I )ton't toubt It, bbut I don't wont my hairtolored, You see, heia re rd imet ti, mtl Im | ll to ibe savod tile epollllls ofr Ivlvig to Rtll it o-llt-gld I baIldyo know, Trtil?y I hlenll any ule for It, I'uddllor I Ivo only on left IoPerkla t Tthes, moy dor follow,0 I couldit? thlnk of il,prloillg you o It,-lek It llmoo wlth youll nd nu it If needs heb, lt sihill nvro bo illd that I Iltrilvtol a poor wlndoriha peddler oI the only hllr.brlnh h hhd lolf, uooll malornlng,

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BLACK BAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 June 1899

THE BLACK BAND. Though mnoy long yelars have passed away sinice the dread iloidente occurred that I am about to rrlate, tbe vivid impress, the horror of the awfull adventure, romlois indelibly ried npoon my meolmory, It ws on Seplemaor 3rd, 1B40, that, aoom. Ipanied by a tried sad trusted frienod, I ratered Cardor on nly errand of life or death. For three days' travelllaw ou mules, it wu ano intense reliol at list to draw up with the kouw ledge that we should be pretty sure of a comn fortable lodging is a decent hostel. Oordora, we fIund, was a thorough Spanish town all over, from its poiuted pavement to its blmnnyless roofs, with Its gratiled bhlconies, and lie grtreo biidu. ut what was It that bhad lstruck moue and arrested my ttestioo,Caietin g t e toD shudlder as I thought of my dangerous miissns. It was not the Chrlatiln Cathedral, sor tihe Blorish Mosque, nor the ieo or six palm trees shaklllg their -erdsnt luos. No; but it was the long, nontinuous, sipleodld horizon bobindl t...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOYS WILL BE BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 June 1899

BOYS WILL BE BOYS, An armusalg tory la tld of the Klog or U?reee, who i, aila wll knownl, ltheo Pi'nlros of Woles's younoant brotner, Wthen Plrlne anirte won chioa. lilngo of the Ilolleana, le wom a lad of vnotuteun o or ellhtlnl, and Ihl tatre of tutel.uo at tbe Royall Naval ohnool of IOnoomark, (Jnn lay inhe youog Ptioow, whe?i Iulhlnon .thmli ntrlovl, ono? dowll bIs blokl t'lly, 00(d rloelod out to the piltrycoook' to eoloollboy fonhlllll to blly nome tlrtl. 'lla tarlIs hild bleell wrppelld up i a place of Io opllour, aoId Iun' e t (ucyrlwo w juslt in thie notI of 0I by. Iln " tho popor at th 0 hald of a cnollnellon, whenu h saw hlil own 0ootoo i t big lettera t tho (llp of a oulho.o f'rloon {leorgo ovlaslnlly rnoad It, r?olt wl hll rmnsemonllt wlOll e a fle IIllri ?Ilvnloludule him willt thodeln inly blroro ohiol that live hli ld bevn Cllhoven by lthe lrent toiorv as ctio 0tiog of U0('eO, 11II lie wee aen?.ltly t111ll but a 11Iho( iloy, for we Ire fuLrlber (ld th, o i w tl u thr...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TAREY WATCHMAKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 June 1899

TllE TARIEY \WAT aITMARI?I, A woatelumnaker,eot a hintdrod mile from Galeshics, was well known to Ibe tory alowl and to kooep Jobs a very long time, Oneo hle had a watalh to repair, and tihe party having got oni the " fuddle" went and " 'llatled," aind forgot all about Ile ivatch, 1eo nerved hls twentyone years, and lavien returned to hi. native town, he tol't ha woulid call on lthe watoh. anker nod aget his watch, .loeting lin at the door the soldelor hInhuttlid I l his watlh was ready, I loMn,' saltld lthe watolmaker, '1 am julst going to start on It,'

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR SOME PURPOSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 June 1899

FOit 0SME1 VITItPO8II, "David," a nuotch oharnotor, had a ig mo\th ornnamenteotd with a big tooth in front. Bonmo of is Ifrionds wishod him to havo it roemovoedt, but ho would not liaton to them, Hio malntatnod that the Almighty had some purpose it putting it thoere, so it did not bhrome him to frutrato that purposo. Oneo lnay, at n publh ditecr, a mlaidon londy of unoertin iago and uitpp oarannoo qazlrod him nbount his blng an lholorh \Vlth ite blulltlnoaes of thoso dayl, alho sanid, at If it wore not for that tooth I might take ye tnysolif,' Loolting in hie quaint way at htoe he quiotiy replied Tqieo Ahltsty likelly putt it thIre, then, to sO Isa e froo t that frate,'

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOOK HIM SIX MONTHS TO GET OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 June 1899

TOOK HIM SIX MONTH'IB TO G01T OUlT, At an hotel recently, a young man was describing what he had seen II An rioa, lIe said heo had boun in i hold ill Ameriea wlhore, if you got into the middle of it, it would take you a weeook to got ollt, ' Oh,' replieod an old man in the cornor, 'Il have boon in ono whero it took ma six monals to got out I' ' lndl what ll old was that ?' asked the yOtng man. 'Well,' said the old mau, 'it was Wake, oldh (Gaol) I' 'The yong mansll gave roup telling Yankse yarns aLoter that,

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A MINER'S HEROISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 June 1899

A MINER'S HEROISM, Ileroes abound lou every walk of life, aond n001 £ ooblo u£l of devotion snd self.aeaorltoo goo? unpublished aod unknown. A seriouu sooldoot, followed by , geaulme aot of heroliom, ooonrred recoentoly in a Weter aineo in tbhu United gttates. A minoe by the oname of William L(rerled Ild prepareandnd lighted two akots Ila a ablt forty feoot ldeep, and wa bulug hoaisted out by a ooml plulou, Willias Overlaod. As he reaohed the top of the schafb, the barrel upon wkbio he wsa standIlg became detbched from the rope, oandl Friend wsa preopitated to tbe bottom, upon tIh burnnlug fuse ills right leg wa broken Ia two lao?ocs, sad he wae ro bruised and stiunoed that he lay qult still, watling the horrible death from the comlag exploslan whioh loomed ioevslable. Wthoaut a thought of personal dauegr, but thorougbly alive to his onmradi's feaefel peril, Overland throw the rope down ragaIn, end modo it fast to the windlass, lie seized it, sail allipplg, slldlogR, lard over hbant...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FATAL DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 June 1899

THE FATAL DANCE. ND you re erIdly S goig. Fred, old f|llow P S S gld !" " B?b, Jaek i boah! Youknow Iou IC't I re a rulsh whetlher I gl or aet, and that jour ohiet, and, I may esy, ,nly, aixieoy hS Cs to wretbhr Dolareawil beot the fIte. Let S me re l?v ?yolr mi .tn as oneo she will. tl iLt bwa hard •ork to peruado hebr. You know thLbere wla n 1.lk ao her puog ioto retireolmeL in r llvent for some time. She had Iorswoil damtlO?' llg all other litle social allurementsu ; buL may orez maoiled it all spl.endidly." " When did you see lnres, Pred ?" " I was there last uight. But, I say, Jack, yeu must keep your eyes open Ia onultnlg her ilater, Dolorse. That beggar, Juano Lerlg, il pretty far oneo in that quarter, Hle ise a man I don't at all like, and the fact that DItolore detests him makes me l the mbore aunxious to put ceu or your guard. Heils goilng to the ball, -o keep clear of a row. "You bkve touobed me inl my weak poilnt Fred; aud I am coarlneesd that if Ibat stluidi, evil.lookl...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 June 1899

General Information. Fried wasps are a Chinese delicacy. Thile beat rubies come from lurmalh. Biningo practice wards off eonsump. tion. In Turk they th call the bicycle tile : devil's chariot," If eyelashes are out, they weaken the eyesight. Opium is obtained from the usripe fruit of tile white poppy. It is said that over 200,000 books have becn written about the Bible. Bmokilg is permitted in the prisons oi Belgium as a reward for good cont duct. An inochl of rain means that the quanr. lity which falls tpon an nore of grouold weilghe 100 tons, Eighty.live per cenlt. of tile peoplle wlhi are lame are affected ill the loft side. Cork, if sunk 200lt, in the ocean, wil tlot rise, pn aocount of the pressuro of the watdli' superatition Is so common ln Paris that cards tastefully emsbellished iand eointaining a list of " hours to be avoided " are extenslvely asld. A favourite mode of suicide among tsie Afriean tribes who dwell near Lake Nyassa is to wado into the lake and .'ally wait for ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT HIS FATHER SAID. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 June 1899

WIIA' l 1118 TII',IIR 8AID, Ilnhlpeotor otr Yilhgu School (quootio. lg ultnsn) ' Now, my boy, w tt la an Illnld P' Pupll,(dojookodly) I Idlno, air, Iuuapootor ?/YI for Intranoo could I rldo from her to o Irmnon ?' •Pupil (hrightonh~ up): * Now, sir, tlhlt yor oouldn't fo aythor saw yar ol htalhiak t'rthor day, nud modaltlow hIed hy a atrock mtcalh glnallllta eoccotl. hanlld oow or t obconl yor couldn't roadlo a mollo without a.woubbllng (o,'

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOULD WANT FINDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 June 1899

WOULD WANT FINDIINQ, A Iritish tar, oonduolino n n Autorlol? rorsi, onto of tho lnlgal l navanl dlook. ynrcia, aleld tho Yanlkoo to exprres hl opinion on the al41tt he hod aon, 'hO ,' anid th"e an?koo, ' I guo a you havo a fine aelorhneontof ahipsover hero tLt if they oamo ovor our oido of the pond I guLOBsL and onloultato theoy would't go back itn a Itarry,' To whioh the tar ropliod t 'Just ao lilt if our Iloot didn happron to crosn over, you von bet your life it would take a hotter man than Colulmlbus to diooveor Amorina again,'

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Improvements in Wheat Culture. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 June 1899

ilmprovements in Wheat Culture, --o- From the Agricultura.l GoaUs of N.). W. .0: The following extracts are from an article by Mr, M, A. Carleton, of the Division of Vegetable )lysiology and Patlhology, United States Department of Agriculture, Washington. The observa. tions, confirming, as they do, similar investigations conducted in thlis colony, will be of especial interest to those employed in wheat growing here: "There is probably no agriculotural product more variable as to supply ndl demand, and consequently more ubject to variation in price, than wheat. It may bring a high price for one or two seasons, and then fall greatly in valuofor several years in succession, These fluctuations are due to a number of causes, among which may be mentioned: (1) The fact that the natural wheat regioos are, above all others, subject to extreme changes of climate, intermingled with seasons of prolonged and severe droughts with occasionally lshorter seasons of too. abundant rainfall, all tendin...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Kitchen Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 June 1899

Kitchen Recipes, APracor Facrxas,--Draiu the syrup from a tin of apricots, bring it to the boiling point, add half a cupful of sugar and one tablecspoonful of eornflour dia. solved in a little cold water. Stir until elear and thick, drop in an inch stick of cinnamnon and simmer for ire minutes. Beat together the yolk of one egg and one quirter of a cupful of cold water; add half a cupful of flour, one quarter of a teaspoonful of salt, one teaspoonful of powdered sugar and half a teaspoonful of olive oil, and beat until smooth. Whip the white of the egg to a stif dry froth, stir lightly into the batter and set away in a cool place for at least two hloura. IHave ready a pan of smoking hot fat, Dip eachl piece of drained fruit into tihe batter, drop into the hot fat and cook to a golden brown. Drain for a moment on unglazed paper, and serve with sauce. T'OaTO CanAM 0oup.-In a saucepan put half a quart tin of tomatoes, half a smnsll onion, one scanty teaspoonful of ani, one teaspoonful ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BORN TIRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 June 1899

JiOJRN 'TIlRED, I koIk, btt iy kiok la a falltral I wnnt A job raoly you kllosl I'd Ihko to get p allIn uh o nlanuor IFor'watIlll tho hre frt ?ll of asnoowr, \And I would to nrtlalled nololy To hlfve nothing elso jult to do t Iot to it in tte hoo I no tho In Il intr And wnit for thu rvierna hIlu.o,

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
He Fought the Desert and Won. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 June 1899

He Fought the Desert and Won. JAMES 't'VsON, thCe wealthiest man in Australia, who died recently, was, as a lad, and remained till the end of his life, a bushman pure and simple. Though he accumulated great wealth, hie recognised none of-thie ordinary civilised uses of money, but main. tained.throughout his career the frugal habits of the beginning. He worked no less continuously at seventy than he had worked at seventeen, wore hiabitually a shabby suit of ready-made clothes, with a silver watch, of which a bootlace foirmed the guard, and ate only thie same hard fare that Ihad served him wheri, as a young labourer, he took the position of "leading scythe" on the station of two brotheres of tle name of Vine. His life was lived in thie open air, and as a man of over seventy years oa age he was able to say of himself that he had never entered a church, or a theatre, or a publicahouse, that he had lever tasted beer, wine, or spirits, that hie had never sworn, and that hie had never wash...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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HIS LAST SENTENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 June 1899

lS LASBT SENT.NOE. ,A good lauh wit, raised at the last Aub~es et Deedcghetret, The judlte It p)pearsr wae unable to catch the evidence ofa wvineass and hi. 1oleship exclinlmed W What wans poutr last sentence ?' TrIe .onewhat unexpoeted reply *Six monthe, your honor,' "°I Why In n waltor Ilkao rncohors?, --eoonrun h? runs (or cups, plates, end stonke, When is n teapot liko a klttan ? When you (tanesin It) toesing Itt

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Too Witty for the Vicar. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 June 1899

Too Wilty for tho VicYar, Father O'Leary, a well.inown and popular priest and wit, was on very friendly tcrms with his neighbour the Church of England Vinar, They met on the road one day When the Vicar said excitedly: 'Oi?, Father O'Leary, have you heard the awful news?' 'No,' says thIe priest, ' what sla it P' SSomething awful,' said tihe Vicar; 'tlhe bottomll has failec out of purgatory and all tihe Catllhollcs hIave tumnbled into hell I' 'Oh, dear I oh, dear,' says Iatier O'Leary, swhat a erulshing tile poor PIrotestants must have got,'

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