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IS WOMAN SUPERIOR TO MAN [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
IS WOMAN SUPERIOR TO MAN IT is a debatahlo question whether, in the hours of affliction and adversity, womanh exhibits morn fortitude than man. As is' somewhat natural the partisans of either sex will not hear. anything to their disadvantage from the opposite. Almost numberless Instanoes could be given of the heroio fortitude displayed by both man and women in hours of suffering and dan pger. But one will suflice, and it is that of Mrs, Susan Shute, of 351 Fitz. roy.streot, Fitzroy, Melbourne, who, before shebo took Bile Beans for Bilious ness, had borno the most acute pains of rheumatism with a resignation that men would do well to imitate. This is her story as related to a reporter of the " Melbourne Mercury" :-For fout years I suffered so severely from rheoumatism that frequently I was scarcely able to move. I could not do my housework, and as I am advanotng In years, the doctor told me that I was incurable, as my kidneys were in a bad way. This almost broke me down, and I gave u...
ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
ITEMS OF INTEREST A arenllra pqrly from Sydney Ihd i cntnewhat seifatifaunal oxpdorieoeU In the tag Coarbilo, oil he Five Islnods, on 8a turJay. The lug was off Bhellherbnour, butt i tilr sport there we enot gold a O uree wuen al, ped orthward. All werti ,il' ill near the Inlahnts when suddenly on, --f Ibo studlrur holts blew out of ith hioiler, lh result beoing that trh engines oe stoppetid for wan t ot ltll. 'here) woe a westerly wild blowtng at the time, antd theo nolor was dropped to prevent the diraled vunnal drifting enwarld. In carrying nut the repairs it wan found no ooesary to drew the firee nod allw tire boiler to cool. After ftur Ihours' dolny tihe tug arrived in Wollongong just too late for the party to oalch the evening train for Sydney, As a mtller of feeot (says ithl " Cnlholio Press ") Fe'de:ntiou waeR won by the New Boith Wales presamon, and not by the professinnal politic ines, whiio hrd performt ed ar maniy tIeraratults t before the eyes of the generation that the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
LAUNDRY WORK PuanrPa'tliore in no businoes which Is loss undoratood hy " outsidera" than laundry work,. Tih ditliront proceqsos; anch ono of thbm entailing aonsiajordhlo labour; which have to be negotlnted Iefori thl ei .the? are fialsh ed with, are many nd wearisoriiu. It is natural under Iblat circumotances that thoso engaged in the work should sooner or later become, weak. enod by the strnin the lahnur requlires. Spraking in this connectinn, Mars. Oordolia Norris, who liveo now at "Alton," Shadforth Strrnt, iMosman's lBay, the lady said:-' Yes, my ex. perionco entities me to speak on the matter. I was drivon to work by sad r } C. roeversoes , for I had to ho op myseolf & two ohil dron ibut I found that thu hard laun dry work worry & trying Romi 0 r toon th a woro too stronlg a oombina MR?. Nonnrs tion for (sketched by our artist.) mo, My whole system booeno diebllltntoi, lost ail energy, and my fae aend iands beoome quitoe airunkn e nd bloodless. nly honoe were te...
CORRESPONDENCE THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
CORRESPONDENCE 'TiE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. T'l) TH? EDITOiR. S8n,--In the ' Iydney Morning Herald' of June 22, undu'r the hoading " A Glimpso troim tihe h'orh nlilain anod its eurroundinge," there iappears all Inturret. nog artiolo under oe oonuhriquLot of "Zop," who han writteo nrtioles before (this one hung the third,) I am sorry I have missed the provioula rltiles, on the one in question Is Illntrotlig, from a versetile writer, His donerlption 1in this now ouintry, in our oiviliand poaled ,f oxistoIoe, is a countorpart of what might honv boont alnd of tih South Onnlt ili triot enmo 40 yearn agto 1T1o, oline I there was no rolrdling ncrlbo In itintoexlon Ot that ime who thoughtlll it worth tie while (if they oven htd illo opllortunity) to ononorgoll the Ihnrdy pioneer, The h,,osonn hnrdly lomrned then are now honirng fruit III iho now eoneratin, who live iII neor Invoureod Ilmon of oleonce, unmmoi tionintnd the oxporlanopopf thell proenitorn, hMy objecot in drowillnq nttotllion to (li...
ORANGE BLOSSOMS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
ORANGE BLOSSOIMS A vamn iretty,woddini was celebrated by Iho Rlv. (. 1M, Gibhea ,t O)trist Chuleh; KI (llt , I?n Wdrtlsn?dsy Jn 21st, the conirtroing portian, h ing Wiss Hilda Boats Holcomnb (only child bf Mrs. Iilootmhs, of " Ilthy riouso," Shoiallhaven Stroet, Kialra), anrd iMr, O, Knostt (Qiiartor.luintl1r of it hl. S. Ocoalra,) The O nurCh was noetly do corated for the occaosioni by the cousinas and frieonds. of the brido The bride looked excoodint.ly well in a dress of crooin Ilaltre, trimmned with roarm inoo naid ribbon andR orange bloesoms; largo orumln vlvol piotura Int, trimmlnod wllh croam isrriah tips, crean5 ribbun and orstngo blosonm is h irs it gold =anglo, Ih gi f t iOt hr idogruom, 'T?oro were eight bridesmaida, olief allmong lwhom was isrs K(itty IHenry (rho drido'n cousil, sll dagliLer It hllo i Cla0 l ptOa Hoansy); the olthra Ibuig Mliseso Ada. COlslu and Josaio Huney (daughtlria of Mljor !I, iay, and couuits f the I rido.)1 Miiss folf, Nowa, Miase UuCoorill, Birr...
Illawarra Railway Service. DOWN TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
Illawarra Railway Servioo. DOWN TRIAINa, Station, Daoily, ?.? il Al, 4. 44. r or, 4'r, AU ydntoy.,, op, 8 30 11 013 3 hluratvlllo 8 506 601 533 10 ,, Watorfall ,, O 2 473 0 .lunaburpgh 9 4?? 41 63 7 ,, L.ilyvalao ,, ,iaO l ,4a 23alI taord ,, 10 1 ?3 i'3 22 .. Stalnwoll ]'Prk 10a 77I 3,all 3427 Olifton ,,hoil, 10al Ja 3a3 .. S, Olrfltn ,, 10 181 , ii33 1 . Auntltinmar a2717a2313433 47 Phirroul : 1003a372040a ..,0 iolln 3hl ,2 iollami 010 7|1 403 6 4a f arr?tmal ,,10a42 7a8( 44 14(? Para Monaoaw 10a40(7a312114a10 Wallo-. arr.10 t597 45 20 111 gang f dop, 11 927 204 804 20 Unandorra,, 11 1028 8.1 4 34 Komi Orango 11(14 8a 74a48483 Dato 11 18 8 14, 154 40 , Yllh 114 8a21 4 4a3 Alblln Park 11 208 21 14 7 Ahollherbuar 11 328 341ya2(05 7 liannnmuri'r I1(401830102a(lalO North Kinum 11440 8og47 4tt2 (0420 1(lman ,,, irr, 11228 005 40 5 725 7 1 At. Mix - 4 .. ...l i,12 p 3 8. I O .ogae 19lO 0 ,,, : ,a1 481 Gorri44gong 12 141.1 ,. , .. 8 2 oa4olijoan 12420 .., 843. Ilorry 2810 V1U' TiAINH, Stl...
BANKRUPTCY COURT TUESDAY, JUNE 27TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
TUESDAY,, JUNi 27an, Baronr tho Polioe ?ingibtrato. SRto F, W\ATKie, Frodoroik WVatlkin daposed tlat he was a brioklayor, residing at Gorrin. gong. He kept no booke of naoount and had never boon bankrupt or In aolvont bolfore The causo of bhi bankruptoy was Ill.ioalth and prossure by hie oroditoro and a summons Iron Thomaon mith, Ho weo unable to work for some monothl Ho eom moncod business about 35 yeare ago, [I lhad moneoy at that time, but had nothing when he fled hi.s eohudulo, Ila had madn no aponiol or preforential paymnont to any of his creditors. About last Christrne Ihe found tht Ihe couldl not pay his dolts, Owing to bad honlthi, he did lut think ble In. come lduring the last two yorer hnal boon more than £40 a yoar, l[e couldl nmao no offer to pay hie oredtl. tore In.inetalmrnonte, lie woas a namr rind man with tihran obilldron undor ngo, Ho wain not over well In hialth, Thio publio oxnaminantlon was doolnred oloaed, R? Jolna DAr,my, John Duloy deposed thant hn hadl fa ln...
SCHOOL OF ARTS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
SCHOOL OF ARTS ---+- Tlue usual monthly meoting of the Jam boron School of Ar's was hold on Thdre. day night last, when there o ro w presento --P'e Preoldent (Mr, hi. Bnyle) in the chair, and Moens fn. . OIley, . Tato, P. A. Robb, J, Nolnon, W. Uhymok, J. E, Noble, \V. K. Dymoak, A. J, Hill and tie Soarotary (Mr. U. L. Frodorioks) Mr J. King wrote forwarelion his reaignation na a membor of the ciminlttee, also forward. long a dontllon of £1 towards the Snoluty, Regret was oxprossed at Mr. King's noverance from the. Commiittoo, and tho Soorotary was directed to thank' him for hia past aorvioes and his liboral donation. It was deolded to appoint Mr. Cork to the vacancy, and should he deoline, Mr. T, Brounan. The ftllowinu itoems wore passed for payment- Insurance, £3 4d : Mr. J. Nelaon, 12e 10d I Custodlan, £1. The Socretary reported the reopipt of a box of hooks from the I'nhlio Libray, also Ia oimmuniclilon frm heo Blurry Sooiety to the sale of books and pilurets. Par. suant to noti...
RIFLE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
RIFLE NEWS TiEt monthly lhloting of the lerry rifle club for priude took pileUU on Saturday. 'PThe following are iho wiinners ard ectres, luoluding handicaps 1,-100 and (00 yerd : II. J. Btlg 05, R. Gall 5l, B. etlat 58, W. Goakjnill 61, 403 and 500 yards; Oookerill 02, Jude 02. Blgg 01, Mill1r 40. Ti(irnalshoollting for the quatter of the ameberou rItlh Olub toork pluoo on Friday larst, (Ih prizes hoeia (for boaeet two hoolingsa not of throo) lal, trophy proaoitted by 0, rt. ltevoesaon, Esq., value 30S; 2nd, 1lia; 3rd, 10s; 4th, 7+ 0f1; 1ith, ith, and 7th, 51 ouach. The following ware the winners lin the order named and their acoreo : 1. J. King ... ... 58 58 110 . WValker ,,, ... 58 h8 110 I. pilnks ...,, f8 58 111 H. Love ... .... 58 112 ', . It)yntook . 58 114 112 0. Sweeney . . , 5. 8 54 112 W, Dyimook ,.. . 18 53 111 IN tlhe compeipiont for Ilthe Walker ro,,ay W, KI. lytinock woe firt (7a), W Dymnuck 2nd (0e), otid J, Spienk u 3rd(3e),
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
I'ROFIT ANDI) l?lH AQO0UN'I, nlfiKTolI, £ 0, d, To WVn0o and Hlinrloa Oolnhor, 1808 ,,,,, 2,2800 10 4 ApIll, 1809 ,,,... 2,440 10 0 a Ohlrgeo Aooint- Ootnbnr, 1808,., ... 1,071 0 8 Apri 1800 ,,, ,,, 1,408 11 11 , DIreoltor' ,an Oonlohor, 1808,,, 100 7 0 April, 1800 ,, ,, 101 10 0 8(l?tlllnrry & Printing Ootobor, 1808,, ,,,, 02 0 4 April, 1808 ,18 ,, 128 10 1 Bn l nEof lHblon- Oatnhor, 1898,,, ,. 01 2 0 April, 1800 .,, ,,, 88 7 0 l Mortungo IlCnllano - Oolnhor, 1898 ,,,, 00. 0 0 April, 1890 ..... i~0 0 0 SAbtomonante, Lnaneq nlld nHad Dohbta Wrltlon off 1,178 7 11 n Intmroet',...... ... ,, 2,817 10 1 Tinn en orunmornr, half venr ending Ar l80,,, 11170 0 Salnlnon at Orodlit .,, 489 0 11 £10 059 111 8 OnllST, a, d, By IOrlnine- ' m8nnantn andlinl Ot, 'Of8 ,470 18 2 l(months onding A pl '0 7,575 17 1 Aprll 0-l7 Bafanono .,, £488 0 1
GARDENING CALENDAR FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
GARDENING QALRNDAR FUR JUNE. KRruxen GAnrv.N.-T'ransplant as is last month, with strawborries, artichoke, onione, &e, Sow peas, broad busne salad, cabbage, brooeall, &o. Earth up peas and beans, if forward, Trench and manure. Olr enDo.-Transplant all kinds of over green and declduour fruit trees, This is the beat month for pruning all daosduous treess; drop digging, trenching and manuring rhliuld also be complotel this FWP,nR (iAnsan,--Tio up and stako atrysanlhumlua, Root, prune geraniuls. Re.pot and start fuchsias, Plant hby-, ointbh as in April and May. Frileu.-Sow barley, wheat, nats, 'leans, poeas, lucern, clover, &,, ,&o,-this often proves the heat month for sowing these erops as the auluntmn is sometimes very dry,
FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE CO ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING, ADJOURNED TILL 6TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE CQ AINiUAL GENERAL MEETINO, ADJOURNED TILL OTIi JULY. T~I. anlnual moeetingo o Ihe above Com pany wna to have bleen hold yesterday, ut owinll to tihe mall attendance of shareholdere, ernued through the wet wealther, thu Ohalrtman (5Mr. D, L, Dym. ack) had to ndjoun tih mteothig until T'Phurodly, 6tlhlfly, whie the follnwing ro. port alld b?ailtovo.saht will ho stbmitted : ANNUAL IIKtPOIIT "i With the olthtoJeth annual halance. lihoot clow submhtted; the D)irectoir report Ssoatiefaolory year's buHioneio, and in doihnt an dealro to record their applcaltion of the inoreasing loyalty of the numerous .onoprairv, fa~tnroes and eonstituon;R genero?ly. During Ithe plat year the i?t. oporattlv movelnoet ill thit colony hau beel cnnaidorably ctronglthenod tand ox 1pinded, and in this progreas yodr Iheltittt lun has takten n notiv, part. 'Phe ; .n.O ... I ........ain". hen o.f.nelw demonstrate ithe co operatve uontreo of the butter market, thitle fact beolng now fully rec...
LAWS RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
LAWS IIICATINO TO NEWSPAPERS. 1. Stuionrnve.ls and advortinero, who do inot gi? eoxpresn notice to the controry, re coneiderod as winhing to cootinue thiro plbHorlptiono ano advortisomonto, : 2. If suheeoriber order the dlecontio. nonco of their poriodlanl,., Iho publishor isney pontlinu to seod theomuntib all or. roara are paid. , 8. If oubsorihors refu`ood'%inglect to tako papors from the ofilco towhich they are dirooled, they are hold responsiblo uuil they have settled their bills, 4. If sobsoribers move to other places without informing thei publihaore, and the pnpors are sent to their former direotion, the ubrorimors are ro responsibleo. 6. The courts have dcidlod that re fusihg to take periodicals fromet no cffice or rnmoving or leaving thoem uncalled for, Is prima foolo evidence of intentional fraud, 6. If poreons pay in odvnnce for a nowspapor or quarturly advortiomdment, they are bolnd to give noticeo to the pub. lilshor at the and of the tIlo that they do not wish to conti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
?TW L KW HMB~gHf' *Stock Orders for this Saucer iu S® * V W. be in early. BUSINESS NOTICES. dr All Ad1, lxrte mrnr |,rd.tr 'e as1 hredlntg ll! I .I . ( 11 *MI. SI LENi OFtIl .IO, Tinseilth, Plnm. SI ore Gafltter, &o., 'I orraloilg-a?U.t `!k'Isama BI ROWN, P, BDaker, &o.,, hnnmitng n l reat, opposite. the. Post OlSee, Best Retreshment Rooms in Klama. BOLES, ATLEX.. Enlrdrenser, Tobec. conist, &e,, Manilneg.trqet. , CHIN'S DRA WITN and HEALTNO . SALVE for sale by W. O(ain, Minna. mnurra qtret, C?IN, P,, Horenhoor and' Gonoral Biakemlitlh, near Dymolc'e Auctllon Mart, Terralong-stroot. O()USINRI & SON, Boot and Shoo Manufacturora, I(lanl and Georrin geng. CURRY, J,, Plumhbr and Gnesottr, near Mr. Ryan a office, Terralong I'teet. DYMOOK D. L., Auction. Mart, Terralong etreet. &ARR, ALLEYNE, Chemist & Drug gist, Terralnng-streot. SArHRIEL, MR. TLEONATI), Doelhl, OppoAllo Pent ()Office, Kire H OLDEN Il iP., (T. & F') Family Butchlore...
OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
OFF . s IIOUIfIf, . :e ndny -doliyory;-Tio ofilco nijil· opon for dolivory ,of Sydnoy . m 1r - bo tE0mol'0iand 10 ci;(ii' ' Oloo brnoonk w agdo.Fy.-.Poisao ii dponrogulnriy from 0dm; mtiil8p m. Thern will bntwi r1oiItdri96 dIii7 :by icttononrricrs(-oi(Sndy oeonptod) eoovin4 thme orno'nt 9.30 n.m., had 3 p.m. 'Money Ordor and Sannlngc flni Omafo open tram 10 n.m. to A p.m. duly (Sunday exoeptod), and'doposmtn tyno: lgo rocol od from 7 p~m.'to 0 p.m; on onaturd y. Telegraph 0 11u in' dpioi'dod'y frcm- 9;': 'd~,m. to 10 m;(Sunay oooptz(, Private Doxon, fon; ono;opuitbn. poy':',. itnnum, nic be oblainedon appplcation nt ' mail iy day it any hour.
Arrival and Despatch of Mails [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
Arrival and Despatch of Mails Tne folonwing is t11 tlmolnalo obsatnd at tha Itianua Poht~oflllcu for the arrisal and dospatch of malls, daily (Sunday ox ceptod.) * MAILSO 01,081P op :1.Mr A~ar. Par. Slrollhar~bnnn .,.,. 7 6 11 Abibon Park .. ., oyun, ,,,,,,,* 7 lAss Sydn ........... 7 1 a 7 MCi 1 Dogry ............. 7 11.15. Nowvra ..., .,..,... 11.16, 8 15 Jnmboroo 8,15 2,15 J anshara ,,,, .. 8,12 StAflL Anala' FROM' A.M.t~rlrr P.M. Pr.. ydoy ....... 8.10 12 . Wollongong,..,;, 12 0 pt ...12 Albin arak, 122 Slsollbarboor s .. 121 0 Ilombo.. 81 Noaa 8 2.10 Oorringong.....; ~ 8 7 lamboroo, .,11 .1 Jarrar t ; .,.. .11 ArIl. oloss'aattKlnrmassPosh Ollo U in, on Sundays only, , leaving by th 0-am, tran aoi Monday.for Sydnsy,
TUESDAY, JUNE 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
TUlSD).Y, JUNIO 27. lieforo the Polloeo Magltrctn. AN AHFAUtI JAIP, Lnuihlih 51*L uihlln appeared r n nawwr In oha.gou of ,enneIlt lq o Vgnlc8o Ln'l;o 81tin, at North Klamn, oin 0th ,litie,. The parentis ot hof h toIitIPl (who ire youths worklii? at the lblmehn qear, rhrl) w?othid the oane In their renlpetlve Interei'a, \VWlter lmn, falther of anmpllninutl, deposedl that he nw, (frmn hise vcertlalth, deflondntklit fklne l hAl n, HeI- rale up to hitn an:l ldefendant pilaked i n I t, no, Ithrow It enontlrlok lie non ne lthe II del callini btlood to Otrlm fromin t Iho wond inll?oted, OWitne aonOrulh had of dotfnd. cnti Iby the oIllar nndt nakked him what he did It for and defendant reliled linlt ItIn Anin lIld Ilntnlarl him, Wielone Ilthen hlook hile son to the dlotur csd Ihed tho wound droened W\llnat Loele ll Ple (onmplnlnnitt)_, li Iontld Ihat lIe win on the re?ervO nl Ntortlh l nhaimn o Ille ditu Int qlueonltln ?ltherlin oindorn, M'L'oullhlhil aouto up tllh na lck in hil hand and l...