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KIAMA POLICE COURT MONDAY, JUNE 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
KIAMA POLICE COURT ---+- MONDAY, JUNE 20. BD.ronR Mr. Cohen, O P,?,, DRnUNK 0NN0 S. Henry M'Anono, for heitn? drunk in Torrnlong Streeoot on the 24th instant, wan fned 10., In default, 0 days in KiKmn lookup. Fine pnad. WIllham Ruttom, for holne dtank In Shonnllhven Street, on thl 25th ins'nnt, was fined 20r, In default, 7 days inprison mout. Fine not pnid, Datlinl Dovle, for drunkonnons in Collina Stroet, on the 26th Instant, was ined .fs, or inprisonmnot until the risi;ng of the Court, Fine paid, Belorno Ir, IR, 0, I(eadnl)l, J.P. lIEHITtINO TtI tL'uOttlR Daniel Daovin was further ohonrod with resisting the pollno in the executlnn of their dllty nil th aname doat, and was fnod 1t or 7 days in the Inokltup; andn for uala nblonoto Iontgueo in Onllilon Strooet wans ined 20s or 7 danys. TilIe th in bot1h ceons wore paid.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
ThiPOTAr1r DE1NTAL NOTICE Mr. E. W. Vickers (NASH & VI0KU1RS)' THE PAINLESS DIWI'IST, 01 151 King at,, Sydney, and Enninro Thnd, Enmoro, VISITS ICIAIIIA -- ON - SECOND F1RIDAY & SAEU11DAY OF EACf[ MON'Ft, And Mey be Connultnd at Hunt's Grand H.otel, grown, flridge end Pivot Work-Artfloini TotIh,, withouat pluto-n Spooelitly, Painloon ExtraotIlno and A'l'inga. DATES OF NEXT VISIT VRIDAV nand SATURO&V, JUlY 14th and 15th, T HI f 4i RE PO R T E LJ --ANT)- IT LAW nRUA J Oil17N Al1, PfIRlflJ16H RIIVI\ WIRNDNDAY ANMI IATUIRAY M.ORINNU VIDDNE:IDAY, JUNIE 28, 180, A Ijrn(o An'nrtilu tunt ofilaonrioN nmu Oo'a IiullablO Huode, of-(- 1 ý1, 1'1tUT'("t i
SOUTH COAST NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
SOUTH OOAST NEWS FROM VARIOUS IOUROIl, -o - A otowrnH thll ar In nlri of 1ho Alhllo PuBok ,honnl of Arts hIlls hoen xod for Novoinbar 111th, 10th and 17:h1, 'In'n twonty.frnt hrlf ynnrly mootllng of tho )unmolro Dlly Ompany will bn hltld on Monody, July 10th, at 8,30 p,m, M?o, Wtrnnt fonrnonnt for Now S,out W?nlan rmiy wonlhor on the onntl, with anow on thuo mouolnlnn, lllunanolOi?ot In thIu IPrmurn' U.,np. aratllve 0onmpny nr to rooulvo 4 opar outt, llividlnd thin your, o, , 1. 1 iven mlvnrlenon In thtle Inon, n anlo onf nprmlno holforn., A lot of 04 reonlltly nuit lby Wlmt for ltho ane now r I vornrlged 97 1H thd, 'I'toM promlanl Inorlne in thi prion of mlilk to uppllorn hI, lnot yet hnon grunt (rl, l.n the c?mlmnloe otrnot all ag(roo on th11 mntottnr, While thle onpallnon nra llengruooltg, the f(armore r arutturlnlg, T'l:E 1Rv. John Gariinor, P.L?sident of the Wesleyan Methodist Conference, proeached in the Jomberos, Gerringere, and Kinma Woaloyyan churches on Sunday in connectio...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
Tir[ magnlannot vote on tih 901m Junn last recording a majorlty of over 24 ,l00 for thie propeand Oonotitultlon Di11, muet beo noaptoed by all true FJmloralleto with gratilloation, and tiem arnmoet thania of thie peoplo are ldne to all woricorn in tmh oorme, The prone has rendered invnaluabl oenrvlom, and the oountry prco, who oo otromngly advoontod thie FedlorOal nmovomenn t ibt durlng ulat oampln and tl hl, e can congratulatlo thlmoonelvn upoil th eiug nal victory obtained, Now Boluth Waleo hina at lout, ofter all thmn yeare of dolay, takon lier proper pIlane and stand in thin movomont, mnmt Irai lnow rooat unmlnatakably doolorod oull will lead it to a aucolssful issue, On the 20th June let asho forged the chain which is to bind Australia In a glorious Union-she did more, for she welded another link in that chain which will tie together the Anglo-Saxon race of tho. world, Scarcely anyone tlhought th?" nearly 100,000 oledtor& would rerord their votes, and thie fact Rsine sh...
RELIGIOUS CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
RELGIOIOUS ---+- onRono OrF ~OLGAND DIVINB Sorvioe wJil bo aonout odon Sunday nort, by tho Ror, O, 0. Gibbue, os follows: KlImn, 11 n.m, Gorringong, 2.30 pm. Klnam, 7 p.m. 9orvlcoe will bo cotidatlad In tho Ohuroh of England, Jamboroo nnd Sholl. harbour, on oundny noxt, by tho Rlv, 3, Stophone, s follows:- Jomhoroo, 11 no,. Qhollhorbour, 7 po.n.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
Fon fmlroolis I Oaulerl tnko ~ Vondl G ronl Poppormiot(, to 01 urntl Oo 0, GO TO A~, hOLES' * 33or Ih0 f~lot IFlaiuing TIconklo, lhaoa, ajntd I~rlvua I vary rlacrg atucir onl tuna I, Oroaht Pnuppnralolt Gylro for Ocughan andt Goldas, Ia Oh, TaaIa mollala FantlnY Itounauty,! Woot Groat Popporuntat Glru for ·Cuanglia dnitl Qotuo, to ltd andt E8 Ohl, TuIIftTIggIitlunnl uq NMW lofrliw li th l~ltlu of II otvlnq Mnohllnae, IIn onrrludl ..n prat nlwtln l tvharuvurn It hm onniputotl krll lu rig lr'frooi fr Ltn" yiarg, 0 lIOHT, WIYn~toohmnkor, AgoUI1 KItinin, ITEMS OF INTEREST Fon Atlotlnnical coughs and colds take Wonod' Great Poppermnint Oure, Is Oid and 2se d. one" - 0 TO A. BOL S' For Rose D. Oroient Toilet Soap, Tura. loh Bath Toilot Snap, and Outicura Soap Acolltrn In an sutholriy, acow which I given warm water In drink will give a third menre mIlk thn If it drank cold water, O(ptoriR Needluo, Oils, BIlls nod Fit tinge for all Suwing Machines cold in Aas tralls, at G. KNIGHTS, Watchmak...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
COMMiERCCIAL. The Farmers' Co.oporatlve Compasy reports - Buttoer-Thero has boon a live market all the week at current rates,. There is a lot of Victorian and store butter offorlin at roduood values, This is matorlally in. torforing with the salo of any looal butte. not really primo Bacon-Heavy supplloa with a some what qulot domand at old to 6?d HIama-Large asie plentiful with dull sale Ohoeoeo--Heavy supplies arriving with a quieteor dmand at lower rates, Boat largo bd to'bd. Loaf 5d to ld. A tofw holvo 6d, Market glutted with Now Zoealand makoa Lard-Scaron and selling well, Bulk 4d. bladder 5d Eggs-Dull market all through the weook, Prloe falling, Thereot every in dicatlon of valuoegoing still lower nort week Pdu6try-Primo quality esorce and soll. ng well, Medium nnd Inferlor plentiful, cheap and dull of sale Malzo--Thl wook olosns with a frm market at 2s8d, and prospects look wall for the end of the month, The new orop In Viotorla Is just marketing, but It is altogetheor ton gre...
WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
WEEGBYAN METUODI)IHT 3orvioes will be oondiuotod In tho WeoaIoy. an Oharhclw on Sundny, no &p!owa I !lanIn, 11 anm-flay. 1 Wlhomn Klnum, 7 p.m,-Rov. J. W, Moore Jamboroo, 11 om.-A4r \V Onentord Jamboroo, 7 p.m,-flov, i Whoco 3ernIngong 11 am,.-ioi JW \ Mourn Gorrlngoon, 7 p.m-Supply Fenground, 2,80 pm-llev IW Mohro Shoelharboor, 11 n.m-Supply
A BIT OF THE TRUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
A BIT OF THE TRUTH. Tn moeet psrtinent and estrtlin, quesn tion over skoed i thie :--" What is rtrth ?" A lIoman Gv:eennr propounded t once, inder lrcumentnceen whnllh greatll woe rled and perplexod his nslllinl mind. And lihe woe not the first man or the Inst-not by myrinrle, So far an I know thiore Ihn beet no nsotlfactory answor. Somne pion do (rndicalsne nd cimsc.eternu of var'nll eerie) fancy thalt in tide, the ital nd of n ratllher brea?ert anli oacotlled entully, they hanv fluslld a fellr.nod covey of tIr.ha by tfrlisl speculnltie soint. gs 1111 In ooever)y waysddllo hlh an hog., But hnveo ilty tdone it ? No, getntlo render, no, Tlms halve pult IIIp ornowr nnd apnrrows, the etno aerowe llhat plaetid the Itoine oft lle anto rldwllner, anti tile enle eplrrowi tIhat soid two for a farthing In the lima of Pilate. There wore plenty of fools of old, and there re plonly now. Tile nncient dotohre, Inloodl, nresorihod name horrible stltiH ?s moorlilool--they oeed elatunrion of viper's...
AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS RESULTS OF TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 28 June 1899
AUSTRALIAN ORICKETERS RESULTS OF TOUR, Played, 13, Won, 7; lost, 1; drawn, 5. May 8, Oyretal Pnlaon, v. Snuth of England,--Drawn. South of England. 240 and 222 : Australia, 375 ((lronory 124, Noble 110 not out), and 7 for one wickot. May 11, Layton, v. Esoxor-Lnst by 1l6 runs, Essex 100 and 144; Australia 144 and 73. Mnay 15, Kenninglon OvRal, v. Surrey. 'Won by an innings and 71 rune,. Surrey 114 and 64; Anstralia 210. iMay 18, Eastbourne, ,v. Elevent of England. -VWon ly 171 runs, Australin 122 and elght fur 227 ; Elevon of England 172 and 1)7. May 22, Sheffield v, Yorkhilro,-Aban doned through rain. Yorkshiro 83 for three wikoets. May.20, Manchestor. , L. ancashlro. Won It an Inuings and 84 runs. Aus tralia 2(17 ; Lancashire, 102 and 81, May 29, Oxford, v, Oxford University Drawn. Australi., 303, andI fur for 300 Oxfurd, 341, Juno 1, Nottingham, England v, Aun. IrIai- Drawn. Australia, 259 and eight wickets for 230 ; Enginad, 11t3 and seven for 155. June 0, Lorde v. Sf0,0. anR Gr...
The Romance of a Banknote. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899
The Romance of a Banknote. In the year 1740 one of the directors of the Bank of England-a man of uo. impoachnhbl honour--lolt a banknoto for £30,000, under peouliar circum. atanooes. It seems he had bought an estate for that sum of money, end, for convenience nake, obtained a note for that amount. An he was about to put it under lock and key after he reached ,home, ho was onlled out of the room, whereupon, an he thought, he plaood it upon the mantolpieoe. Upon returning, a few minotes later, the note had disappoeared. It could not have been stolion, for no one had entered the room; whereupon be concluded that it had boon blown into the fire and hald boon consumed. Hie laid the mnatter before the oflicers of the Ilank, and they reissued a note for th1i same amoult, he giviing bonds tio reimburse the Blank if the note should ever be prusented for paymellt. Thirty years after, when he had long beeu dead and hi estate' distributled aul)oUg hIl heirs, the supposed non. existent nloe turn...
TOMMY'S GRIEVANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899
T''OMMIY'S GRIEVANCv , Tolntly is a very precocious boy, and he hins an answer for almost ally. one, A (ow mortnings ago his lather was talking to him nabout eleeping late in the morning, 'Pa,' said Tommy, 'do you know that light travels 136,36o feet per second?' a Yes,' said the (ather, I ' but what_ of that ?', ' Why, I? II goes na (nat as that, is it any wollder ithnt it gets tup In the morning bafore I do ' asked Tommny, And the father saubhded, ----0- Why are clergyme anlways well off? -llecatse they are never without n surplus.
A MATTER OF BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899
A MATTE'"'R OF BUSINESS, She was an ariltocratic but vilneganr faced Indy, and sho haIl called on her friend hisr, Grindstone, ' Ie's a charming little fellow, Mrs. Grinlstone,'"she said, referring to Willie Grindstone Junior, ' Only five years old, you ny r? You'll give me a kiss, won't you, Willie?' \illie did not evince any signs of eagerness to comply with the request, but he kissed her, I'ihat's a good boy,' said the visitor j hbut what are you holding in your hand ao tightly ?' It's a sehllling mammn give mu,' anid tle tru:hful Willie I 'she said she 'spectel you'd want to kiss me, and I told her I wouldn't do it for less.'
The Last of the Pirates; OR, DOOM DRIVEN. A Romance of the End of Ocean Outlawry. CHAPTER 1. THE PIRATE'S HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899
The Last of the Pirates; __-. 4+----- A Homatnoe of the End of Ocean Outlawry.' BY COL. PRRNNTISS I[NRAHAI, Aulthor of " Merle the Mutineer," &c., &,. CHAPTER I., TilE PIRATEts IIOMt. ONLY a short half century ago a pirate flag floated over the ocean, an outlaw craft sped from sea to sea, her decks shadowed tinder the sable ensign with its hideours emblem, the "skull and cross bones." It is of the daring man who raised that pirate flag, his wild, strange lie, of romance, that I now write, building my story )upon facts that c(:ae ti mt through looking over a mass of time. worn letters found in a deserted mansion, crumbling to ruin, that stands uripon the lovely shores of the Chesapeake, ''There is a history to yonder old mansion,' said my planter friend, whom I was visiting at his honie in Maryland. We were driving out one alternoon, and had driven into an estate tro reach a hill that gave us a grand view of the Chesapeake and its shores. HIe pointed as he spoke to an...
THE COLONIAL SUGAR CO AND FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899
THE C03LONIAL'SUGAR 00 ~----- AND FEDERATION. Tim Qolonial Sugar Company has essued its threats to thd Olarunoo River farmers, If there is Fedoratinn, and the Ougar duty goes up, the Co. will reduced the price of cane by G? or Os per ton, Are not thle Clrence River farmonr tired of living under the tyranny of the Colonial Sugar Co, I The Oolonial Sugar On, is on onornmo'u syndloato with £1,702,000 pnid.up oapltol and £?4lU,000 reserve fund; and its £20 shares are quoted huyors .?38 192 Od, It hlo plantations and rollcorine in N, S, Wales and Queensce Innd, and in Fill, In Qulnesand and P?li it emIIpoyn blaok and yellow labor, InT N, 8, WVale it lha a white face, and eSVa it disonruagee the 'coloured man, And the N, 8, Waloas ugar grower Is equahed flat tinder the Colonlal Sugar Oo,'o big thumb, The Oolonial Sugar Co, hlia a proo. tiual monopoly of sugardmanufaoctur In N, , Walues, There are groat trnot of country on the N. S, %Valoe North. ern Rivers suicble for the cultivation of o...
A BIT OF THE TRUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899
A BIT OF THE TRUTH, Tile most pertlnent and nlnrtling qooen. lion over asked In thie :-" Yhat is truth 1" A Roman Goveornor proponndaed it once, under circumtannone wh ih gronlly woet rled and perplexed his ofllelnl mind. And hle was not Cilo frat man or the hlet-not by aiyriade. So far as I know there hine hoon no antlleactory answer, Some people (radlenle and come.outers of various earit) fanoy that In thise, the tall end of a rather brep~nrt nald onaoetetd conluty, tley anvo flushld a fair-sized covey f tru.sh by firlng speoulative shot. gulls Iino very saynhilo biuh and bog, Bullt have they done It? No, gentle reador, loa, They lave pitt ip ornwn and tpnrrow, the samo rownve that piltud the honao of the anvo dwellers, and the sanse eparrown that olid two for a fallthing in the time of Pilnto. There wore plenty of rools of old, and there are plenty now. 'The 'nnooent doctore, Indlod, proaorlbod asome lorrible b tuff at s modlolno:--they uled olootunrioa of vlpoars flaIh snld roec...
RELIGIOUS CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899
RELIGIOUS '---- o000mR OF HNGLAND ;)tlos Seorvloe will be conduolodon Slnday nort, by the Ro, , I,. Gibbon, as follows : Klams, 11 am. Crawley, Forost, 2 p.m. l1am., 7 p.m. Servooes will be aoodooLsd In the Ohuroh of England, Jamboroo and Shell harbour, on Runday next, by the Rev, B. toephone, as follows: Jamheroo, 11 . sm. Chollharbour, 7 pn.