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JILTED BY THE CZAR WOES OF ROYAL MAIDS. DISCARDED DAMSELS OF HIGH DEGREE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899

JILTED BY THE CZAR' WOES OF ROYAL MAIDB. DISCARDED DAMSELS OF HIOR DEORBE. Jilting is no indignity whiol i by no moans coninoed to naidens of low degree. It .i a sliight to which princesses of the blood are frequently subjected, the insult being the more pilnful to beor in conse quonce of its glaring publicity. Attention to the jilting of royal prin. cosee is called by the official betrothal of Princess Holene of blootonogro to the only son and heir of King tiumberb of Italy. Tall, staloly and vary, dark, her beauty heing of theo tatuentlso typeo, she was edu. ntaed from her earliorst childhood at the court of St. Petersburg under the personal direction no well tn at the cost of the now widowed Cearina, the avowed object of the latter being to lit the girl for the position of consort to theCnurowitch,now theEmporor. An soon an ever rite was old enough ahq was ullian?cd to hint. At the lo?t mtomenlt, however, Nicholls, with that contrariness thJt distintgulishe young people whom thei...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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KIAMA POULTRY SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899

KIAMA POULTRY' SOCIETY A doM?rrTTo mooting of the above Society was hell on Thursday night, there being present - Mosers, W, Abigail (in the chair), O, G. Tory, .8 B il, W. J, King, J. Boles, F, O'erole, P. Robb anti the IHon Soc, (M1r. S, S. lHindmareh.) A DONATION REoEIVtED, Mr. Alex, flay wrote forwarding a donation of £1 to the sooity, PENTRIES RectJIVFOD. The Beoretary reported that he had visited the Sydney P1oultry. Olub's Show, and hd ha bn suootssful in se. ouring about one hundred entries, A vote of thanks we accorded the Secretary for the energy displayed by him in the matter 0c. Ps roR BRIRRY. Mr. Ball reported that the neooeeary coops had boeen foi'arded for che Burry show, TIIl RTIIW BUILDINGO, It was dtciled to apply to the Agri ollltural nocinty for the use of the pavilion for the allow on 11th and 12th July. PENNING TII oRDS., On the motion of the Secretary and Mr, Ball it was doolded that the penning stewards bhould have sole control of the birds while being penned...

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TWIXT CUP AND LIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899

I'TWIXT CUP AND LIP, " How could you!" iold Mlre. Jameson reproaclhfully, na [l telppd from lhe corridor to whore alo was standingl. " And yout a dancing man, too, aluck ; I really can't for. Ivo you," suh want on. " 'Thlt'e rather unkind," answerod I, holding her hund just an extra eoeond, i When you know whlt tLrdinlus mea nu to Ihe." " Oh, Jack, you're incorrigihle," Faid the dear lady ; " and you are looking almost handsomeno tloniht," m?lo added. " Oh, I'm gilded with borrowed light," dal Id , truthfully enough, for " Poully " was, gleaning from my eyes. lut alo choeo to ikoe it lo an idle compllment, ,mrd d(i. .inled meno with a ap o liher fan ; oe too quickly, however, for I waos in tu orrible idgiet to be o f. A quick glance around the ballroom told mo that she wasn't thero,and I remembered with a heartcjump that Polly bad a pro. dilectllon for out-of-the-way nooks andl ihadowy corners. I skirted the edge of tho daners, bowing here and there to boaming lhaperons nlld listloe...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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ALBION PARK A. AND H. SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899

ALBION PARK A. AND H. SOCIETY --t-- T:Ip oommitteo or the above mot on Wedneosday evening, thero ioling pro sent - Mesers, L, It. Mood (Vice. President, in tile chair), W. Sharpo, J, M?sgrave, J, Wright, J. Messing. hbm, 0, E. Oouoh, W. 0, Dunster, \V, J. Zems, D, Raison It, Hicks, J, Dawe,, V, Fryor, A. Fraser, and H., Fryer (Seoretary.) DONATIONS RROEIVED, Mr. G. L, Fuller wrote stating that lh would ocntinuo his speroal of £4 4e, to ho applied to whatever the commihteo wished, Mr, A. Fraser reported that Mr. D. Mansor had premised to continue his special, but would charge it from that for "draught mare that never won a first pdizo" to "lo et puller on the ground," soulject to rules similar to those In existonoo at Nowro, Mr. fanrson would provide dray and load, Mr. Sharpe thought the Society ehould continue the prize given by Mr. Manson last year; and to this thought, Mr, Couch gave effoot by giving a special in that direction, aSUStIDY narcrvn,. The reoeipt of £121 7as (d subsid...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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SOUTH COAST NEWS MILITARY BALL next Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899

SOUTH OOAST NEWS FROM VAIuOUS SOUROMS, -0 MILTAnv BALL neot Friday night, TIina were nine pallontas n the Klma Hospital yesterday, 0ono B[aloKAnate ha onnson tod to open the show of the Derry Aqgloitluril Aesoe elation, to be hold In Decembeor, Tl Sydnrey milk compnfees have oon. coded a rime of a half.ponny a gallon to the South Ooaat dairy farmare, DArro Is very lively now, and 'hie grown more rapidly during the a lat throe months than aly poriond fr aovrorl yoear past. Tao Wollongong A, and H, Hnololy hoe dooldod to ask Govornmeln nlleialoniou In the matter of diatrlot prlaoo for the boat kept farma, oto, Tuil nnrgeotlo Seoretary of the K(lama Poultry 8eoloty iallted the Sydnoey Polul try Olub's show and auooeoded in meounr. len a hundred ontrlea for the forthcoming IClme llhow, Tnm Rev, Joshua Hargrave delivlord a lecture, Illuatrarod by lanteorn, lown, at Berry on 'l'uoday nl ht entitled " Mar. tyro of tile Oollsoon, TPhe proooods were In aid of the Ohurl Souietoly., Ma, On4Y h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899

IMPO0ETAN DENTAL NOTIOE Mr. E. W. Vickers (NASH & VIOKERS) THE PAINLESS DENTWIST, 01 151 King St., Sydnoy, and Eimnnro Road, Enmnoro, VISITS KIAMIA - ON - SECOND FRIDAY & 8AlrU11DAY OF EAOH MONTH, . . And May bn Oonaultod at . Hunt's Grand Hotel. Grown, Bridge and Pivot Work--Artlfolal Tooth, without plato-a Spoolallity, Psntloan xtraotiono and Fllings FRIDAY and SATURB?Y, JULY 14th and 15th, THIE REPORTl R -AND- ILLAW?RRA JOURNAL -o Par,181nD' iVRRY WRDNRIDAY AND SATURDAY MORNTIIUI BATURDAY, JULY 1, L899, oTliR W rA"n' Tor n imiimri, i loo0 anldlfo-Q II 'I'hnri ny, to~ok 1100 ITEMS OF INTEREST --C-+ 'Tun mnjorlty o Itho Oppcsltlon l nitr ovornn to a oontnllnnoo of Mr., Bnrltoi'o Iondrorsohip PTira Vlatorlan Proeoatlonlit Anori. tio In i truandy nrrangtinc n solntlilo It', tootfon tarif to be Impnsod upton Fedor.r. tod Anatrala - RrAoto In tthe 0olon1?l ?uar Ooaopa y Irnppod heavily teo day aftur the rot r. ondum,. TurnT oneos woro htard In the Cot l. mandra pollioou...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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KIAMA HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899

KIAMA HOSPITAL Topi monthly Commlttoo meetlng of the nove Tnastitution woe hold on \Venoldly rItdht, thnr! hil.lt prernrlt-R- o, .1, Illr. crna (Proihrl lI), and Mosrte, ,T, Wutoon, Rlv, (1. 1 (tllhhbo, ( , Mi, llnnltt, Dr. .lth, A. N laoholson, ittl the ?aorotarv. Thn corroptondllenao wes ntot of publia TpnRANURan'R NTATP.MONT. Theo Tronnnrnr's atotmotlnt wasl qivln Ra foillows --Dobtlr h l?n0te fat provinua mootino, £81 As Od I ruaolpla, W. 0, t)onnlor (for' Lon fund), 50 18,; 1. Kl.yo (suhnorlption), £l; J. Robort; (aol. Inotrt at [lornbo quarry) '1 14s I total, 90 12oe c n oonts pllaed for poymnnt at prolvinu moutina, £20 17n I bolanco duo to Troeasuror Rt dato, £101 sB Od, ACOnINTH, Thu followlgo acootunts wore p?ssed for pnymnllt -0. M'. Ptonvoe nn, £? 14s 0d I W?nld l rns,, £9 Os r I ., Ouokorlll, 52 8s 1 W. PT, t?tlRmt, 10s; Woodetook fltt. for Gn,, 7a1 0l I Plnnoer Butler Factory, !is I I A, fry, 71s d l 8, Conak, Ia O4 I .1, lHolltrok ls Od I N. Ohnplun, £2 I K, hM'Ouho, £...

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SOUTH COAST RIFLE ASSOCIATION BALLOT FOR MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899

SOUTH COAST RIFLE ASSOCIATION BALLOT FOR MElIBFI19 OF TIlE COUNOIL. ON T~t?ondy l1st the ballnt for Iro memtbera of the South Coast Rifle Asio olitino wias annoluded andl Ith votea counted by the norutinnera, Major M'Ooho and Major fIo',"Y. Thn reullt gives the northorn part of the ditriat three reI)ro eont?tivoe nand the southerln portion two. The olootio, of fivo dlitinnal momhora to roproseot theo Miniter will, however, he mulde with a view to hIvin, the whole dislrlot roproosentod ns equally nas posiblo, an tlht Ihero Is littleu donubt that Mr. T. Mat1rrinott (Noowr) will boe apponlted. Of the other foutr roquirnd, Major Bonoy (Ilmwn) tony bu put down t s a rtnllty. Thi bhllot w?s ?.s flowe ut - O Linda (Uinndeorro) ,,. 4301 J, Rharpo (Gorrinoong) ... 404 G, K(tgtht (lKinm) ... ... 94 '', 1 n rrlntt (Nnwro) .,, ... 875 A, Bblth (Iulli) ., 149 S, Fryer (Ahlon Pork) ,910 WV. Aklhitstt (Dipto) ,,, .,, 297 11, Hilok (lhllhnrhor) ,,, 2981 'C, Morotn (Betli) ... 85 Informal votes, 4,<...

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SILENCE IS GOLDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899

BIXLINOUI Il UOOLI)8N, JustlIno D?lalt who nat on the Units d Ilsate Suplraef Iletll h for twentyllva e Y?ar, serllll fruit 1o11 to1030, whn a repralroutatlivo frm rarylallll to thIe lrat 0onklues, mnlld wlllo mnmber hie and William II, UlIera, ol VI ihl, boardud in Phlladllphlll w0lllh a 4, (.llhbunll, Thila Id halld a dnaughllller who wllu nllothellllr yolng nor tcllturn, (Illen cnd llovol lienamo grant frlnollrl, but alter they Itll Cungrees lhly oInt nllght o lf ?ol oulhe lr a lime ''l'hy rint agLin II WlVaellll Ion sonms y?rls after, whnn (IIo wan Uallnlor agd )luvti (.omlltrolle r lfI II''rreellry, They wor n I l lly trothI ol f I1 oll tl lhel aIII wire lnjoylug themenlveens l olllltillg nbaol $1thLeImll the nat11 or nlllqullired Iof lll- SAndI what Ilis blermro , I wonder, of that raokllno ll m?,ll, dJenolllle (lllbo? I" io Isi lIt re, lhe I, ela ir," was the, reply I anil thea the llo ell lall ll eoslles lomewhal trained.,

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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AN ESCAPED LUNATIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899

AN ESCAPED LUNATIC. In A orath which warn winling its way in the intorior of Verlnont, a dorzen yealrs sire, wa a dandy or swell. whom we aball call noubbs. lie evidoniall conridered himsell a mran of grult imlportaure-far slntrlior in aerel respAect to his country tIreulling companionol-for tLe rlnson, mainly, that he hailed from " New Yawk." During the rclloverallon which occurred, of whbch he ils the cbief speaker, he onceriledly remeskrll, " that be had ottec heard of the 'cutenes of ankers, andet of Yankee triekA; but ae rnone of tile lttler htid ever conme under his ohbervatioli, he wen quite willing to offer himsell a a subject for any eufort of the kind." Among the passenters waM a boy some 14 yesta of age, who was rl turning frutom rhool to spend the vncation at hore Tho'lugh he hadl eena termeld n " grehnbora " by noubb?s, yet he was a hlight, Ibough atlrest little fellow, and all ebserrentl listener. :Bnubbh proposed to dine that day at the inn in tIe Ii il. illlage where...

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FAT WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899

FAT WOMEN. Oleopatir wan mall and stout. ,sur.a, ITtrarnb'ls une, weas fat fair with blonde halr. The Marln Plnnnmmilt whom Ilooeaocln nred was a lInoi tit and stout, Hillianhth, the virgin queen, was till Iand plitp, wilth thiok ted ihair. Margunile of Navarre was fat, All Itelhai'n wontlll, esunlpt his wife, wern fat, All'l'litlna women, except the StMdonna, were partly, C(atharinn ot Ituala, allter lin pirtraltald, ws fail and fat, l,itnl Hhtresl, Ior whoml Alnssaulro dn Medalo died, wain glven to umbonpoint, Josephlnn Iimlharnali, the Idiulemt, reatiud,aftoerwartd tlmptre of the renichlol, was itll sd pirtumed, Marie Alntolh tile wi tIll of stature, mnlajesil, sad rallther hiollned to be atout, Madamn e Id HtIsel was small, dark, and ?at, .iltb a mall hrila, (leor ianll hill a hlall. titil lead, hut was fat iii emailh fllinn athl if ltnre "'llne hlhli otiher Iindy has the iappea. Allee t heigll a IIttle ton at, or at t in liltlu t sllhort the ieI al eaiin beers them ollnet of he...

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"HE SHEARS THEM." [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899

"LII SHIIARS THIIEM," A roligious body having ronolved to bolid a now ohuroh, the pstor wllnt n?blt boglinr vVroy. oalously, acceptinglll not only the widow's, but theo little o1ild'e mite, In the sohool uono abbath, whiloe i. etrllting the ohlldron, he oomparod Illool to a shophord, end then Inquired what the latter did with his (look, One brigihioyod little fIllow promptly raeplied I 1 Ile lholar thlle,"

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IN DARKEST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899

IN DAlRKEST NIIIT, It was in the for and frigid North, whore ano Aurora borealis lights up the liy wantee, Say I'-the voice of the older Isquol maux carried a world of meonnco In its tone. Dooe that young fellow from Upper Narik intend to stay al nright 7' '.'ho oldoet daug?itor of the hooe of Husky tossed hier rend, Ifor pretty lips formed into a polt, 'Ihow can you talk soP IIe hasn't beesn hero more than two months, and you know it I' TTho old man remembered tie four molths of darklnes yet to be, and, as ho heard the courting couple put more bhlbbehr on the fire, groaned, but said no more.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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A COMEDY IN A BARBER [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899

A COMEDY IN A iSt iian otui. A fulny inoidont oooured in a Sydnoy halrdreosing establllshulont the other evening. A tnan wnt llnto the shop to b) shavod, anid wos duly placed into the torltur and nltheord, In front' of him was a large mirror, through which was rollected all that took plaeo at the baok of the shop. What was the nolazonont of the manl bollngl shlavd whllen ho s ailotheur individual calmly got up, pay the harbor, and walk off wihll a niloo ow bowler hat whloh the latast arrival had inced on thell pog a moment or two luforo, The man in the chair waiteod a felow econds, thinking Ithe other would find ilt the Instatko, but, as he did not rOltrll, upjuipod thu jilttly lindlgnant iowiur of tho lint, and haoedlore of lIae fact that his face w?as plasterod withl lathor, ih rushed olllut lto Gorgo strost, the hbrbor's towel still stuck roullndl hle uclk, 1Ie did a fifty yards' 'Oarringtol' down the stroot, anl tlhe sightt woas an extraordinlary oneis. It was as groat a treat f...

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MY FIRST POLAR BEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899

MY FIRST POLAR BEAR. Aftler a ojouru of three and a half moolia ill tle Arclttencean,wn were UnrllotoIouaI erllpl. at the sd of June to get floxen In on the east coast at about iOdll . b0sain N,, where we Cos. Ilaued to lie lor a mouth. 'TLIs was the mlore deplcrnble, an it wan just tie beat this fol sentl-eathinli; but on must sublmit to fate, Satd wo coueoled .uoselv e as well an we oould by ieare.huoling, My diary, however, written o11 hoard the Vikit g, feater, of Airnalda, under the runmmar d of Captain AaI Klteltng, shall tell the tale. Juan 28,-As I lay pearleflly this moratag driaml.li of bear, which I lII rer gOt hold of, I was HwaknHelld by a whisnir IlU my ear, " Yuu had better turn out, for we have got a bear right under the ship's hio." Ilardly hal I heard the word "bheaonr " before I spranllg u, rubbed my eycn, ogaed with ahtonishment ot thiAecond mate, who comtlueud whispering ae If the bear wtio outside the oabl door, " You mustt lek elsrp." And look aharp I did. for...

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A MIRAGE OF MIDNIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899

A MIRAGE UF MIUNIIHT. 11'A8 nearly mid night: tbbhroning was innle,aud the I·lIull ea lay heap In oIIn thIe tb s1111 ilu fro1m ti iron Ann Quinn drew % ohbrr up to he' little hit. Overlokemld the rirer, .ne rat (lJrtn with a miii of ptin, tortier er ack ached. ioe reieaI bhr ohin on her hanlldand strerl through tbh faint tr eu ry f Ilfeiliar otjerte on Ito glare to the water beynlld, Iying dark anti glassy under the itara, hI wonlltder if blis Niles weintl that cornud beef for brealhfaI,' thought lllo Quin, fion *te weas tnih 1 POo ladr a IlOalldlree. "' Think 1I Ifry hitti n rCtld potatoer lrt for dilllr, too," hteo ooitined, hrer eyes retihllo on a oriaroway oluster of electric lights thatl terrmbid like a diamIIlndii tunrirot.i tIrearlltly l aetlie ent there, the red rim of tile moioll pushrdit itisll t behind some Itres on the oppuite thrrte. Aim Quoinn watched it risinog, -ilh a meditative look. " It's terrible rd : them little brallobes ltlok like ihey was drawn on it with Ple...

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GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899

GENERAL ITEMS. The smallest bird in the world is the gold.crested wren., The strongest animals in the world are those that live on vegetabloe diet, Ohineso coinage in tilhe shape of a knife has beoon traced back as far as 2240 u.c, The brain of an ant is larger itt pro. portion to its size than that of any other known creaturo. Therere e 200 colour varieties of the ohrysanntlhemu to be sooeen in the Japanese gardens. Natives of Oeylon believe the cocoa. not tree will not grow out of tihe soutnd of the hlunmat voice, The Prince ot V Wales is patron of twentytwo liviings worth £7,036, and hlis total incomeo is £174',203 a year. France is burdened with four hundred thousantd publlic oficials, costing the State six hundred and lifteen million francs a year. Slmtkes in South Africa fear the seore. tary bird, and will even crawl away front its shadow. The Iird cant easily kill a snake twice its size, 'PTil ink plant of New Oranada is a curiosity. The juice of it call he used as inLk wRith...

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NOT PYJAMAS BUT BANANAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899

NOT PYJAMAB BUT BANANAS, Tie mention in a contomporary of ladioes taking to pyjamas reminds one of the famous don who lhas amused nnd noandallisd so many aonoratlonn of 'Varsity men by his ingenioua porvernlonn of the nouraelos of oonvorsatlon, Here Is one of the n mnny mal apropisms that are commonly attrihuted to him. Durting a pause at deesort t a big dinner party one evoning, the don's hstost remarked to him, " Do you like hananasn , MIr, -?" and a gentleo deproatory voloe replieodi IN?, madam nI still ollng to tihe old. fashloned nightgown I" It in only seventy yonrn aine the first railway wan finllhed, and now there are .UM,?0?) miles in operation, The Brltllih Empire has ono sixth of thii total. In winter what two Isih should we bind together 1-lkatos and soles,

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Household Hints. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899

Household Hints, Nothing will fry erisp if it in wet. Egg and bread crumhing should he done fifteen minutos, and fluuring im. mediately before frying. A frying basket should not be allowed to touch the bottom of the pan. A hot, clear fire is indisponsable to success in broiling A gridiron or wire broiler should be cleanod thoroughly every time It la used. A gridiron should be heated hot and rubbed with suet, or other fat, before the meat is put on it. All broiled meats should be served as ston as they are cooked. The same broiler must not be used for utiloua land lesh. To make light, flaky pie crest all tihe il.gredietu s must be very cold as well as lproperly mixed. Too great heat causes a meringue to rise and then fall, making it leathery and thin. Rub the top of cake with a little dry Ilhur, and tlhe icing will adhere more readily.

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A Lucerne Post In the Hunter District. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 July 1899

A Luoerno Poet In the Hunter Dietrlot. For the last ton or twelve years, 'thoe farmers in the Inniter River district have boon troubled by a small enter. pillar that appears early in Sepltember, and right through thie spring and snummer mikes havoe of the lucerne padldooke, Not only do the oaterpillars eat the young foliage, but they hind the leaves toolllhor with silken threads in a way that seriously rotards the growth of the orop, Under Instruotions of the lion, Minister of Aurilulture, the J{ntomolo. gist visited Morpotlh nd lAbitland to onlleot spoolmonias of the post in all its stages, with the vieow of atggosting a ronltmly. Mr, Frogatt finds that the aotorpillar is the larva of a moth of the loafrolling Tortrlild groiup, a wellknown inseoot doeoribed some years ago as Tortie giophlryltus,. In their native state seovral spooles of those moths are found in the New South Wales bhsh, theo oaor pll]ars feeding on variou intldigenous troes, but It is only during reoent years that ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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