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OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 12 July 1899
OFI"IUE lOUOn, ulldny dollvory.-''lho ofllao will opon for doliovry of Sydnoy maIlo be twooen 1 no 10 i n.m, OIDico hlwrol, wook dlnys.-Pnat CGloo I1 opoen rogulnrly from Oi .m, initil 6 p.m. T'horo will Io t1oo ldeli'orius dnily by lotter onrrier, (Soundoy oxceoltod) 10onvln thl oflcu ,t ,0,30 n.m., nl 3 1,p.m. IlMonoy Orlor ond Snvlng Bllonk Ofloo opon trom 10 o.m. to 4 p.m., dnlly (Sundny oxcoptod), anlld dpo itals t re allo roiltved from 7 p.m. to 0 p.m. on noturdvy. 'I'ologrnpl Ollioo I o0poel doily from 0 n.m11, to 10 p,m. (Sudodny uexcpted.) 'rlvuto onxoB, foo, o?no f0ilione per nllllum, imay bo obthnilod on nppllotlon at olioo, orolllln I.x.hloldlor to not bhtlr all.a?nvp~day it anly hour.
Arrival and Despatch of Mails [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 12 July 1899
Arrival and Dospatoh of Mails Tim fIllowiria ir tih l lmo.tablo nbe o 1aod at tiU KlamInIr P't.ollic for the arrl?,l rold do8lntcdz of malla, dally (Sunday ix MAILS OI.OS FOrl v"b.' or o ' .: : '.: : 7 0 1 5 hollo'rlrbonr .... 7 g015 Albo Prk .... 7 'ollongonK . 7 i(I 15 rydnoy „.,.... 7 (I0 15tl orrig ng ......,,,.. 7 11,15 Ilorry .......... 7 11,15 ow'ra ,,.,*,, . 11.10 8 15 Janmboroo ...,,,.. 8.11, 2.15 Jorrara .......... I 8.15 MAIL, AB.IVE FitOM .* A.M. iI .M. ,,r. -y"noy o ,o.......y 8.10 12 0 Dnllpt 12 Abo ,n ark,..,,. 12 ,'allallrbour .... 12 0 |nlombo .. 8.10 Nowrn.,,,,,,,,,.. 8 2,,0 hllburroo ...... 11 8 11.10 Jorrarn . .......... (1.15 A ainil olols aIt lanulia Post Oflico 9 )1iu on 8milldayl nnly, hIavhig by th 5.JO .i.o trari i ni llllnhya for Slydinely,
CANARIES AND CAGED BIRDS. JUDGE: MR. W. H. NASH. DISTRICT CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 12 July 1899
OANA&?RIiS ANu OI\GlD l11Rll, Junos Mou W, [I, NA?ia, !|IHTIIOT OLAOO. Norwloh pnin hood, olenr or Ilelcod, yoe. low or hull, \W Ablgl 1i and 9 Norwlah plain hoad, vorlngotedl, yollow or hull, V Ahigwl l 1, P Walk. r 2 anld Nrwloh plain h und, orostudl, W Abigill 1 and 2;' NOVIO?H' DIITilloT OLAIA, Olonr ortlokud, yellow or bull, Mihn Ai Flelaynon I and 2, Amre (I l'ry, inln 2 V\rlognlnd, yellow or hulll', \Ire I0ory, sol I and 2, M ln MI Finllnynon , OPKN MOLIHHX, Norwlol phln hlond, olor or llokod yul. I w, ( A owlen 1, W Ablhall 2 ,orwauh pllhin houd, oblior or nIkoln bull, It 11 GOrill I 1 A vle n92 Norwloh plninl hood, vnrl toiled yoll;w, Nnrwlah pplain hand, vlrhiglted bull', 0 ,A Lwl 1, IF 11 arllhri 9 Norwlnh orrenod, olui' or lr kurl, yollhw or ball, Ii D lmill 1I Norwlah orontod, varlinnldh yellow or butl, II (Igrlmn 1, U A Logvll 2 Orust bred,-olunr Ilokold or vorlinltld, 0 A Lowla 1, IV Abigail 0 Cinoarmnain, NFrwiuh typri, aluir, yellow or hulff, W Abigail 1, (1...
PIGEONS. JUDGE : MR. E. H. SARGENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 12 July 1899
PIOGEUNS, JUonn I hMu, I. II. ,lnanwr, Plutor, A J Tlurnnr Anlltwop, \V tl rrli 1 II n Pryor 2 DrT?gn, A J Turnor 1, ulln Prior 2 'uminhller O II Orounwoo, l 1, Ion Prior 2 Turhit, A J Turnor 1, I ,n I rnor 2 Jiohn , 0 I11 Grounwood 1, Ion Prior 2 Flntlll, O IfI toowood 1, l on Prior 2 Working Ionuor, 0 M'OlinoIey A"ly otlhr varloty, A J Turnor 1, 0 1! Oruonlwood 2 Wongn l Vonga, lonl Prior I, N 1 l Ilht inrah 2 Ring Dnvon, IV A fluntr 1, ulon Prior 2 Ilirds alhowl n i pire; A .I Turnor 1, 0 U Orununwood l
JAMBEROO SCHOOL OF ARTS INTERVIEW WITH THE MINISTER FOR EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 12 July 1899
JAMBEROO SCHOOL OF ARTS -4--C INTRIIVIPr. Wi li TIIOE lMN?yrP.Int P5 EIslOATION. ON Friday last a ldeputation consist. Ing of Moessrs, M n. Byle (President), II. L. Fredericks (Seorotary), John Nelson and Hlugh Coley, repreonting the Jamtoroo S?hool of Arts, waltoe on the Minister for Education to ask for Government assistanco in ol?oring the Institution from doot, Mr. Alex, Oampboll, M.P,, having introduced the deputation, It wan pointed out that tlhe ground of the clnim for Govornmeont aid was that Jambonroo oling a private town. ship, the land on whloh the Schnol of Arte was orootod had hal to ho pur. chaleod, wheroes in theo majority of asnoe the Gonvrnment made a grant of land for sulch purpnaee, or nssisted in its acquiremenn t lnanoiolly. The ?nd hand cost £150, the building .150, andi - hot ..'..uiihltet to on other £100. Thoro wan now a doebt of £J20, and the Institution wao no hanm' poredl by this thait the Committen wae unable to bring it up to theo dusirod ? tandard, 1Mr...
SOUTH COAST NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 12 July 1899
SOUTH COAST NEWS FROMI VARIOUS SOURORS. T'I rainfall in Alhlon Park for tune was 6 Inchoe and 37 pIalnt. Mn, T?, A. M'INTYi, latet of Jaaor's Brunll, in now gioloral manager of the Anatralian Dairying Company, Sydincy. Tie manoy friolnd of the ionr, Johnt Dymnook, Bulll, will rourit to hoar Ihnt he lis bhoon very muoch indhipoerd at Ilto. Mn, I, Fnven will annhloat a oloerlnu ouLt anle for Mr. M., ??I7,1len, Rotldall i7e. tate, Bhollherbour, It.nmrrow, Soto idv, Ah Imrortant advortlemont in anl. noeotlon with Ithe llanm Water Supply'. appears In to.day's leito, lu?r, Woaloyana, lhving' antiacnfully Inaugurated their oentributilo to the COln. tury Flondi, are olng I for 100 gulnimin, A llioom f land on the florkiloy Estate, Unrndorra, was sold Il Sydnoy lost weak by Moessrs. lmth Iodd and Purveo for £101. r is prolposed to liote lihe lovaernor to the Iaylno of the funldaio l allone of All Sninto' Ohurch In Nowre tinxt Sop. tonbor, Tie Slhodlbavon Acrlotltural 8oeliey'e Committooee ha...
KIAMA POULTRY SHOW A SPLENDID DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 12 July 1899
KIAVY P)'JLTRRY SH)W -4-+- A SPLiENDID 'DISPLAY, Ti? '.twolfth annual xlhibitIon of the IKiama Poultry Socioty opnnod yesterday in the Agricultural Socioty's pavilion, Ohurob Point. Tho weather, unfnrtunatnely, was boilstrous, nnd as a result thn attendonon svne not so large as it would otherwise havo boon. This is to be rogrotted for the Com mitten have had an uphill battle to fight during the past year, prinoipally through a number of the C'nommittoo resigning on account of the Society's connection with the Poultry Olul) of Now South Vnl ", For a similar reason upwards of a scorn of distriot fanciors have not patronised the show as exhibitors, On the other hand there are Sydney exhibitors represent. ed who ,rodld not lavo boon had the local Society ignored the Sydney Olub,. Notwithstanding thmse onuses, a splnn. did show of poultry is'prosented to the public, whom we trust to sen in force to-day, and thus assist a Society that has accoomplishod a deal for the dis. triot, and that,...
KIAMA SCHOOL OF ARTS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 12 July 1899
KIAMA SOH3OL OF ARTS Tu? O alnliltton of the ohovo mot on 'Thurrsday lont, whnn thorn wore prinont-M?isrse J, ,Voeton (In the lchair, 0, D. Ilnllton, VP, J. Cooks, l)r, Bbith and thne SBortonry, Tn'rIL.SUinlt' BTATEMENT. Tihe Troneurer'o elntolllont was 1s follow :-f-llnenon to orodltnt previonu menting, .03 O? 23d rcouvdrl at ttho mnotina, £t D Id I total, £7 Oe 3l i paiud sinono lnt mootlng, 1iOe i bhl. anon to orodit, £4 10 4d ; reonivo1 at proenut mooting, £?4 18 01 (tnllmhr. ship fnee), *4q ODl (box fooe); bRlanlO to ormdit, £O 13s Olc, AUOOUNTdO 'Tho f dIloling noonnte iWoro paeolt for piy minnt -- O?retakRor, Ctl 1 i Ocmmleeinn, 10 4d I [Ilro of Tempnor oano Hall, 5as Dinning and Billon, 192 3d (1 Gas O opnny, £1 O 011c i (Innlo and Company (now books), I?O "a 8,, novonre, The OarietklFer' report llhowed thant during the minmth throe had inon an Inorn?me in the ntltndanoo by 37, ]ites Brown had kindly eont a parool of baol pnrlnlicalea for tha rooding room, and AMr. Walter [l...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 12 July 1899
IN IiEIDIORIAM. DAvIR,--In memory of our Falhor, WtrLIAOI D.?vs, who died 11th July, 1898, Ineorted by J. and J, DAYVIs Jnmheroo THE REPORTE R -AND, ILLAW .RRA JOURNAL -0 PrIlarSRD RVRvY WRDNRSDAY AND SATURDAY iMORNINoU WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1809. WEDNF?SDAY, JULY 12, 1889.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 12 July 1899
IMPORTAN'P DENTAL NOTIOE Mr. E. W. Vickers (NASH & VIOKERS) THE PA.INLESS DENTIST, Of 151 King St,, Sydney, and Enmnro Road, Enmnro, VISITS KIAXMA - oN - SECOND FRIDAY & SArURDAY OF EACII MONT!H, . . And May be Connulted at . . Hunt's Grand Hotel. grown, llrldgo and Pivot Work-Artificlal Tooth, without plnto-a Spoolality, Panless Extraot no and Fil?ugas DATES OF NEXT'rvSIT JU.- Y 14th and 15th. JULY 14thl and ibth. 0O I' A1 flOL1 S Flur aou Ii, U.1 nb Tulut Sirnp, Turk. lo IUthB Thsn' I aC'nnp ind MaL virn Runp SV kIruu fuuI p o tud ouo to, Ua nuuu Oý ea,
COULDN'T WATCH BOTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 July 1899
COULDN'T WATCH BOTH. The dirnators of ao Auetrnlian ba k haol en. gaged the services of ia wsthoillln who oln,,l well recommeindedo , but ld linot steln over' experloeced. Th challirmn, thereure, sant for hmlln to " post him up " a bit, amit began I " Jmul , this is your first job of this kind, lsn't it I'' " Yeo, air." " Your duty amust be to exeroalo vigilaone.' " Yeo, sir." " Itll nelful how alraugers approsob you.' SI will, sir.'" " No stra?ger mist hoe allowed to cater Wll bhak at night uniier any pretext whatoear," "No, sir," "And our maniager'7e Ia a gold luau honest, rollable, and trustworthy butt it will be your duty to keep your eye on him," " lint t will be hard to watch two o omen and the bsak at the same time," "?Two mnru-huw P" " Why, air, It was only yelllerday that theL manager oiled mno lit for atolk, and ihe sld you wore one of Ith bast mat iIn the oilty, but it, would iijujst an well to keep botlt ayes on yoet and lot the direcsore know If you hung about' after ho...
AN AFFLUENT BEGGAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 July 1899
AN AFFLUENT"BEQUAR. An aged beggar stood for years in ltoorieldS ,oudon, Ile reaclved a erth anei smatll daily Irem 1a merchant who passed there on Ihi way to thu Iohalnge. Oue mernll tlh mbur cliant pusled without huatowiug tier usual alms, and witlh a troubled Isok utln his aes, 'This occurred for thrue days In saulcoselin, wihelthe beggar could stalndl it luonllger, and, istUiIpplig IIIs benuefator, he ventured to InquGu the ucluso of his trouble, l''ho Ierchant repiled that two of bi alllllep hadl foutlderod at eal, ano thise reverse iof for. tlue launded him in llabillliel thlat tbhreatard his rutle, SiVill £1500 be of usa to you ags loan for awhile P " laid tie lbeggar, "for, if suo you shall hare It lo.lorretw," " It would ealv me from' r?uln responded thes aulous merchlnlt, Th'e beggar halnded hinl a cheque for that amttOunl?t next lay, sleatnlg that, if required, uanother sum of similar magaitude was at blh (ll poeal, lbe lolan was aliflnsout to reoetablhbh thu murobdteit' ...
ECCENTRIC BENEVOLENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 July 1899
ECCENTRIC BENEVOLENCE. Itdward, loth Lord Digby, whosucceeded to Ithe peerage in 1752,wss a ma of active beiroeo. Inace. At Chlrltmas and asMter be was observed by his frlouda to be more than usually grave,and then always to have on an old shabby blue cost: 'Ir. For, hie uocle, who bad gri at curlosity, wished much to 6nd out bhis nophe's motive fur appesrlUg at times u In ti manner, as in geosral he wasestreomed more than n willt. dreamed man. On his expressing as inclination for this purpose, lMaor Vnughtan and another' gentleman undertook to watch his motions, 'lThey accordintly Set out ; and ohberviug him to go to St. (teorge'sltlelds, they lol. lowed him at a dstlance, IIII they last sight of him near thle fatehlseea P'risoon. Wolderllg wbht rcould carry a person of his rank and for. tulle to suoh a place, they inquired of eto turn. ktiy if a gellenan (dlonriblng Lord Digbly) had not j?st entered the prison. V Yea, masters," 'eelaimed the fellow, with an oath; " but hIe is not ...
SOME FEARFUL MOMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 July 1899
SOME FEARFUL MOMENTS. Durlng the late war between (blina and Japan we heard often of wonderful ault of bravery iprformed by the tapanleee,but talre 9t ChlOneae bravery were few and far between, The follow* lug atory, however, whioh appears to be told by an ey.witursee, in enouib to show that the Chilese had at least one oficer who was no coward. The dupased vlceroy, LI Ilung Obhug,and the coimilttee appollted by the gorernment to In vestigate the reason of defeat at the battle at Port Arthur mot In the City of FokloK. Amorg the charges was one of poor guaelry broughllt agalont Captalu Le Chen 'ur, who bolt commanded the Yen Poe Chiog, on of thl) largest battlesilps that eoasped from the entioa withOut great damage. Afti r LI flung Chling had read the charged In fill the ccrused roptain rose and reqluested that a dozt a shelln io brouhlot from bin ressel, This was done, and the shells were set In a roeo before the commitete, o.a Chel Ir e then stopped forward,and drawl lug his sword ...
HOW IT IS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 July 1899
FHOW IT IB, IN the strooeets of the town whore I live I enmollmoo mooot a poor follow who Ie so badrly off that hise appeal for a penny or two o Ihardly to be mositedt, lo Ilha lnoht both hid loea nbovo tho knoes and punto himeolf along-the pavormonb with his hbnedA like a loaded barge In shallow wator. Thihulk Mlroy, one douan't oflotn Hon human hulke like hhi, VWhore thioer Ie a oinglo Iltltanuo of a manl having elot bOth luna or buth arms, thoere re a dozen whi ro only oneo Inl, of tiel pair i mlase. Ing. Anld whure there IH a HsinglO oneo of the latter sort there are hundred onaoe of peoplo who are lrInota, or m or loan dis. ablod, by dlesone or minlor Injurloe whloh aro eunaroly nolloablo, yet it the long rounll vory nerluote to thoreO so aellu?ted, Oonsoquntlly, wholl we Rsum up both olaeo ne We poraolvo tlat'it le'nt the total wrooke and the Inoaurolos that are moat expeloive to sUlety, buht the prodigioIus hhRtt whichiO rmunst wlork'nerl nIOle orkr ya t siways undrr dmr niti...
NAPOLEON'S STORY OF WATERLOO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 July 1899
NAPOLEON'S STORY OF WATERLOO, " Napoltonol' Voyage to lt, IlOiena " i tilt, theme or in rtflloe In " Ilaokwood," Ilole is oen or the monnlltereetingt paenges 1 In a ounvoratlon laut night wlith Si r eorCge tookburn It turned ont Waterloo, he auld that Ite shoultd iot I have atallked WYellington ou the 18th had h!o supptosed he would have rought hti I he IOekowleldged that hIt haIl t o exsly reonulloltred the polllion he praised the ltrit. Inh troope, anId egave hn n ome astountt or tho Ilttil revllt an Ill the nlfaltol deispatch I he dIrole that tlia movloment or the I'rutelane on hih 11oluk hadl uy t Tot I the maluvoelet, he ahltl, rolntd th lery or anot? ti ul Ipottu, sad ai0t ens Isrendey dalrk ho eoullt ot remedy It, *1 lied Ithere blaet daylight," he added, 1I a ould havee threwo salde my oloak, Sltd every lltnoelmnsmu moulll have tlllled round me t but darkness and treactiery were too muoh for me,"
ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 July 1899
ITEMS OF INTEREST I?x-ovetoltro Fl'uCISO, of Mismourlo ipeakt nas follows if, the local pnpor I "Enoh your tho local' ppoor givos from 5o 00 to £1000 In froeo dvortislng spaoo to the ootimutlty It whloh it loa ocated, No other agonoy ton or willldo thli, The editor, i1 ropor'tlol to hies llune, doug moro for hlia oown rown than any other ten. mun, Ilo ought to be auopportod, not oonausu you liko him personlrly, or ardire hie writinge, but boosueo a local plapr Ib tohe boat inrvoalmnlt a local t o1plo con nuako. It may' not be brllilantly ldittod or overerowdd whith thoullhts, belt financially i Is of noro boalitlt to thel dolmtunity thlln the toulohr or pronohur,, Ulderstand mto, I do not menll muorallyor inltollootuollty, but financinlly,' Ar tho 'uonrith Agricultural Sootlly's eltingl rucolltly, t loller, which olllalld blno t)lllUo nt, was reoolvud fromlll MI, J. L. Thompson, agriculltuatrl instructor1 hddrseotd to AMr. lI. K. Waldron, SBtro. tary of tlhe Booltly. It wa us follow...
BETWEEN TWO EVILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 15 July 1899
DRfTWI9IfN TWO ItVILE, Iiily (to Idity traol I) Ilera.m % pieooe o aenap nidl 1 Iholo you willi We4h yourself Willt ItI mld har'as rpio. of rumoi.ramao ask to eat, llruty Traop (ullotiolly eurrrylop thoSo p miId oke) i In the soegap homuiomiaui, turo, oiuui P lmdy I Ocitt li iut, I)Irly Trmprt 'Tiep, if you dyou ' mind, um,1'd rathir eiat io ua u oip l soriii loyslei with tflu caue, ^ UIoIIol Yorgar r Why II h that the ladlet of tIlm oohitoCgallou aiWr slr'aycmuat ttIhpastor ciiah cumsbrolnlorod.allppana A odI epnumdmnna P Mrs. Yorgor t 'lm en cimummmmre am to heap upi hi. trousenr ol that tim embrelrlmeremi ellpmen oan he Loon,