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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
j HAVE A FEW DOZEN OF WYtWW LEFT FOR THE KIAMA SHOW. Nothing like it for cooling you off. X & k lJ G. R. LOCKETT. BUSINESS NOTICES. AMl Adveotltmsele hinder Titlt healIng will bo io,,ertelc for 2R. in, per q Water, Ic I B M # . T'.E.N, (, F IGF i Tinmitli, Plunm I " ' r, Ganfiltter, &o,, 'errntlon-stroot KIRSni _____ __ 1m"BOW , P.. Balor, &o., Mknning J.B trcel, oppoito tio Post 011ier. heet oltrobhment Rooms in Kinme. T]OLES, ALEX, Hinrdrouoor, Tobo-o oonist, &o., Mnnninghstroot, gBIN'B DRAVIN(] and IIEALITNG BALVE for salo by W. UbIx, blinnn, murrI Stroot. -ilTN, P., Forseolhor and Gonoral n_' Bl|,uiithl, lonr Dymock'a Auctioon Mnrt, ', alonig-6trol. C OUSINR & BSON, Boot and Shoo Mlnufacoturors, Khcmn antd Gorrin -URRY, J.1., Plhtmbor ancld Gnttor, Panr Mr. Rynn n offico, TcrrmolnnU :toet. DYMOOK D L,, Auction Martl, Terratong shtrot. ARR, ALLEYNE, Ohomnint & Drug. Lglet, Terralolg-otroct. GA2IC1ElL, r, Mo. TEnAO, Dootlt, Opposilo ...
OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
oiF'ioI: IIIoUoII, undly dolivery.--l'o chico will b opon0 for dioliery of ,yudhey mah eo be tween 111 1nd 10 i?,., 0ltlco hours, wU(, dnys,--P,?st (,flco is ojon regularly froml 0mw. until (il.m, 'I'hero ,ill be two l, dolhoric1 doily by lattor crlriero (Suollny excepted) l,'aviuoi thu inllico 11.?10 0.ml, a1d :1 ,I h t M iiiy Oriilr nll 6n 'ingii , k Oiii o 1101 hroo 10 ito. Ii I iom. diiily (Soodoy c oiphI hPlh. 1'1 li O It, i, hi I .IIt. ('poll dullly (00y o p.c ted(I), aIIl( de itls O ,Ie (l recei( ad fr(mu17 ),1m. t0 l) p.mll (I.t ,a~ttrdhy. Teleghraph Otic,' i *,pen d.hily f'rom 0 lIn, ti 10 p.in (HldallVy VxOeILOd.) Prlviie lohX I f, ne, ouo11( lil0Un IoP Ilnhlnlum, iliiy bit ihit(huiid n iappqlionlliui at ollico, oeabld )lo box-)ioldiru' toh got their ulnil ny day Ilt niy holur.
Arrival and Despatch of Mails [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
Arrival and Deo aoltch of Mails I'i rfollnowin is e Iise lno-tblo ohbo.*,nd + 'amia ]PosL.olihe for the arrival itoh of moits, daily (Sunday ox MAIL , ' Il.)l POIL .1,A.M, P, .'+ Dolooiro .. I "lllllmolmbou r ".,, 7 1i Alhioo lark ...... 7 Wjlalollioo4,,! . 7 1117r Sydney ............ I 1 G''yhyiog .g...., 7 11.15 erry .......... 7 11.15 | Noirr .11.15 8 17 *l.In. oor .... ...,, 8.15 2.1 . Jerroro ........... 8,ll IAIL.S A1RIUV1 F/OM3 AIM, P.Mf. Pr.. Sydn-ey,........... 8,10 12 ' Welloegomug.,.,,,, 12 II l~olil 12 Shullhirbuor ..... 12 I 1)oemnoro.,,,...,., If Dloluo ............ 8.10 Nower ..........., 8 2.30 1forry *............. 8 2.30 er oringolg........ 8 7 * h. leroo ,...... 1, I I i ,15 .lIlllrr ............o 1 1 .15 A nanil chl~ne at JKlimoa loPnt Ollico at l9 p rl, om ;lanys o?,ly, lImving by fhe l0 II, tll.in loi ll?hlmhyn flr 8ydnloy,
General Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
General Information, Pigeons sere w rst sied as carriers of moessages 700 years ago. Air cushions made of paper are used by tile .Tapaneso. Fowls are plncked alive in Malta, in thel public markets, More than a thousand peoples earn a living in Paris by fortune telling. Henry VII, was the first Enoglis kIng to wear a pair of silk stockings. Only one person in lifteoen have perfect eyes. Tlhere are 431,431,13 sheeoop in the United States. Mexico baa had 05 presidelnts lduring tile past 77 years. ParelemOat on the best bajoo is i made of wolfkin., Tile best opals are now obtlainedl from I Iungary and I htnd uras. Illsli men otltinmltber blind womens by two to oc Malny of tile teamslec of India are now lighted by electricity. Milk is said to Ibe one of the best dressings for burns. A map.of Jlrusnlem in mosaw,u oeror 1,000 yoars olt, has een foundl in Palestine, ltotrothal rinlgs came itto uise in Eturopo as early as thle ninith century. A now kind of cloth is being mallte ill Lyoss fro...
THE PRIZE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
T'ilin PRIZE LISt, Sotion I.--Hotss. Judges : Messars, T. I' leall, J, Synlons, T, Coblroft and I. Patenoan, BLOOD OTOOK, Slalllon, 2yrs and under 3--J Jonesa 1, F Carborry 2 Stallion, lyr and under 2 -J Coult 1, Bronnaun 2 Mnro-3yrs and over, with foaIl-R Elliotr 1, W Ooohrano 2 Maro, 3yrs and over, with. out foal-- Lindeay I Filly, lyrn and under 3-Jas Martin 1, (1 L Fuller 2 Filly, lyr and undor 2-Ohoa M'Gllnhhoy 1, StOwart Brae 2, COACHIllNG STOCK, Stallion, any agn--W Koelly 1 Mare, lyrs and ovor-W 0 Duns'or 1, 1J O Johnston 2 Filly, 2ynr and uoder 3 Stewart Brae 1, Mrs 0 Flming 2. l)OAUOIT oto0eK. Stallion, any agKo-D nMnaon 1 Mare, Syrs aRld over-D Manson 1 and 2 oIOtsELLANEOUH OTOOK. Pailr farm hlornoa-D Manson 1, Mrs Matllo 2, E H Wontts 3 Sprhin anerl horso or maro-J P Muilory 1, J Swan 2 Fortory horse or maro--J Downs 1, J Swan 2 Draughlt mare, that never wat a rizo--E II Weaton I, Sharpa Bros 2 Mnre onaloulated to prodlue woiglht narrno Ing hackney-A B Staes Duohess 1, I...
Speaking Clocks. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
Spaking Olookse In Switzerland they ihaveo commenced making phonographic clooks and watches wiohi, it appears, leave anything horo. tofore accomplished for in tIhe shade, By morely pressing the blttonl ot the noc tlinoplooo it pronouncos the hgpr din. tiuty, The alarms call to the sleeper, "It's six o'clock got Ip.'" There are some which even addI the words, " Non, dlon't go to sloop again." 'I'Theo form lan be cllangad to sit thle buyer, amdt make ho warning maore or loss emihnli, Th'Iis apldication of thao Ithonograpleo prilnoiplt is itao to a VPronahi ,ntoth?nkor settled ot G-onva. lIe[o introdecos into Ilocks aIndI watches httlo slbs of vulcanlizedt rbbelor, on which the desiroedt wordls ar trarcedl in grooves corrospondilng to the holurs und fraotions of honrs, A Modoest ABpiration, I dto not wisi to bo a king, And sit tippon a throne, 'Twohld bo a very silly thing For imo to wielsh, I own, I dto not wish to go to oonrt, \Vhlel, is not strange, yon knlow, Iloenase, of aourso I ...
THE LUNCHEON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
TlE LUNOIIEON, The luncheon, whiah wsee a rat. elae one, won provided by IMr. Hiamlmill, of Kinan, m who desuorves special mention for his excellent cntor. ing, The Presilont of thoe Boolety (SIr. J. Brownloo) proesded eaoh day,. On Wedoesday the toast list was very brlef, tlht of" Parllnnent" and "Tho Judgle " only bninh given, MleRsla, Arhi:Oosnmpbnll, T,. TIoeall, MlsP,, respondod to tile former and Mr G, W, Puller to tile latter, On Thuo day the Preeidnnt pro. posed "Tholinietzry and Parliament," Mr, Vavrny Parkne, In responding, dealt prinoll.olly with the questirn of Iodeloration, I lo hoped that the eflorts made towarda the development of the cauose of Fedeolatlon would oulminate within two yeonre or so in success,. The Now South WVales Government pro. grommneo of Federal resolutione had met with thel, approvalof tihe poople, and, in addition to thoso resolutions tho . vornmhent had a1ooooded in pesing goodn doef o domestlo logisatlion that tended t' the hoapplines nod advanc...
Artful Pat. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
Artful Pat, Twro Irishlmon who woro on Irampn woro tndly il nood of a drinl, but niolt or of lhem had any immoy, otuddlnly Pat Ibrooglt lh l hoond down with a ilmp on hin p1's shouliler,. J lk,' a ?nyl heo , t 've golt an Ido, The oxt pu11b wo oomo to I'm golng to falint, llld y5'ou mno t go inand t oll thle londltord, 'lln wo'll haveO a tdrhIl froo.' Saro onolh at tile nloxt th Plt dlid a fhlnt, and [i ko rolhod il nod told thu aIndloyd thnat hla lntl hlnd olumlod i fahit. A gloso of brondy wian brought out, and the landtlord wont to oall asslmlanoo, Palt hotd dtrunLk moot of thie brndyt, Id wtsa jiust proparlng to finish tlho lot whow .Iklleo aya I ' Faith, t, and yo aro unpplng t'lot, Sovo us a Irp.' 'Not nolo nay Pat, lSuro andt hlnoa't I lhadt to fainLt for It I and It' mo thlat's thinking you'll havo to do thlo amio if yo wanut rlnh,''
CAST OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
CAST OUT, TILLLhounII wa shinlilg Ulhli. olly dlowi frImn cloudI Icos sky upol Lhu bhluo pil'i of Ohio w/tliel. hniavo of thu iih? so ocinll Ihri of tho rtft , r*orcely UCeiyeid to love. Neilther ?ii' tlheru nl ly dlir frotm the iianll wlo mit ill uhleif togotlhr, uIIpon thie frlil tlitit L l'nei t lre, if hoe hli t fh nii tho troil e f i Iloliu ii oy nld look out over Ithu bItnl l. thlmllmllerl'ilk orIgatU rll?e tl'tld Ithll hi' wu1fl itvu uoeoll thlt hle lii. Is itterly nloll, o11 ofi rightL of i rled, nlq?.ilnlt n ly inm Iiid.n(ecot ?" 'ole rl itulllro I e.rru edl of lifo, ui u I :ii "o coildi tell, il tll haot 1)udhe? lo 'otoof oonlit nitr, froiti thue bliio ofty otbiiv' ti thu bluo wilier bullenatil. If he fiiiil tiiies i oi Ireub In soy 1i lllh sLkun thlt Itrouble, aI I tuantd, thioursodl tintume. IHso Itntiy fei)snirilnl, sUtirofitJIg glIniieO had he gIiveni, IpaInfully turnIng himoelf iabout to *rul lluhe whole cirelu of thu hloritoi, dlhtoy lfits Inlb two lanys! Two dls)'! ...
Criminal Practice. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
Orlminnl Pmractico, Mr, AuIston, Q.O wan oo of the mo st poptulhr criminlal hwyors of hIls tday, l lald an immons pradice, talt usalnlly uucedoed, with aillht ass oitliiuo from thLo jury, io nequiLttig his oIienti, oo allttor how atroeious tholir orizoo or ovorwhoin. ilg tho ovidtoeno of thoer gilt. Ooodony Auston's little boy, Tolnmy, was askeud by his Samtlay.oohool toeaceor ; T'ommoy, tho mon who ls good in lhil worl goos to Hoavoo, Now, whnt bouomos of 1tho b slo mol who disoboy tho Iaos of God ?' 'Pap gets therm off,' was tho rosponso from the boy,
They Come While Shaving. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
They Oomo While Bhavlng, ' John,' aind Mrs, Youaglove, ' do yol arlways toll me all your thoughte ?' '\VYell, lonrly alway,' John replied, She drew btlac frightenedl, and oxr* olalacted I ' uNearly alhvays P Oh, Joln, then yon Ilnvo ome thoulghts tlhat you dol't tell mae,° Se, de~Rn' ald hlo, alletuptlllng 1to pit all arna roitaiil lica', there ire oIIno that I hlnlik it hoat ncit to lull yoel' ' Ohl 1 thoullghlt yoall were Ra holorableo,' 'llut, love,' her loill lhttnlnid criedl, ' you would nolt ecaro o hear the lthoulghts l allude to,' ' l'Then what are they ?' she triagiodly demanded, 'They are thoso,' Ihoe aieokly said, ' that conleo to Ice whea 1I aIn nvi h,'
THE RICHMOND RIVER AN INTERESTING LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
THE RICHMOND RIVER --- -- AN INTERRESTI~ LETTIR, A LTa South Ooamt roaldontt,' ilt now of Newlybar, Iliohmoltd River, writo s o n o t tt ieoow :-" I ncm very gicld to be nblo to talto that I am worklng In to a goold Pway 'f lning well and a qngood propteol for thei future. On arrival I hid hut 40 noro foiull otnd partly graoand, with ponley if It aId wosl ti, but Ih vo llleoU Illeod O norou of Iunht, onid hnve gruae In ?0 naoroc, nod 90 more itnoros redny to now doring Ihll Otllllttt eavnoloc, ttotal 00 aorta. whloah I expel?to wl ihop 00 Icold Wvol In vnrage oealonolS, At tlln presaent tleo lily aqownv vllge r2 I allons per olw, [Imtt COlhritmoa 10 0ows gIaeo 30 gallina now tI mtilk 21 for 412 alna. \YuWo hnd a lholrt alnharp alull of drtuuht, whlch wva very eovero on thie now firml nod sloft grace but bloro watl ctillabundanoo of feed on the older pluldtoke, A rutlning flironewpi away neoOly oIl lie fnlleon tlmbr nld ;tunmpa in November, iild did tho country a vnti dool of unnd in...
Mrs. B. Wept. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
Mrs. B, Wept, 'Mrs. Brlicrlhtop (Intirtlinl vilth prido) 'low d'yo lhke ly now rerpeo, Mrs. Oroseaoyo?' Mrs. Oroesseyo (Ibtraslng with onvy) ,It's-or-vory eeoo slnioodl, Mrs, Briok, top, for--for )rasola , ly theo way, I nearly foreot wliati caenme or, I wish yoe wouldlendn me yoer lin.sumower for a few minutes,' Mra, Dricktop I ' Lawntoweor ? Why, crlalnly, lhlut what on earth canr yeo wantl a lawn ower at thlis time of tho year?' Mrs., Oroseaoyos i 'I wish to till ilowna or Turkey carpeal i thie h isrsory i littleo I he ohlldron are slwiays lOsiilg theiolr manarblloa In It'
THE OFFICIAL OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
Th1] OFPIOIAL OPENINO, Mfr. Vorney Parkee, tile Poetmanetor. tonoral, otlleially opened tile show on Thursday, being accorded a splendid reception, Having boon introduced to the largo gathering by Mr. Archleo, Oampbll, the memlber for the distriot, Mr, Parkeos, in the aoureo of an loter. osting epoooeech, said it was his desire to be one of tile hardest workers of the Ministry, and hl felt it his duty to be presont at the show, The worth of the agrloultural intereote of the colony was well-known to eso~ery one, for it was one of the great staple induestriee, He thought he would be safo in saying that the production of agricultural produce in Now South sValoe was in exces of the other colonies. HIe hold that thie frcotrado policy of Now South Walbe codld take oradit for a good deal in thois roespeot. Referring to the Department of Agriaulture he said thle: adminlistration of Mifr. Sydnoy Smith (the late Minister for Agrloul turo) had boon couducivo to tile best interests of the land,...
The Office Boy's Joke. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
Tho Omfiloo Boy'n Joke., In heo oountillg.liouto of a oity oelfoe utttnally olosod nt six o'olook, the olleo boy--not a now one, othor-haos boon known, liko others of that frotornit, to oconlonnlly forgot to do those t uins whlah ho olgt to h?vo done, and0( t managor hal at last had to improes ition him thio ndvisatblity of olnloig a note of anythin important on amemo form, alnd koepingtt in a cOnstitonous plnoo an i ronilmlol** The other day a peone of ppor wos notictd 1u eod to thi wall in front of thn lad's doek, and, upon e oxnmintion, waon found to bonr tihe followhtiu SMomoraut?dm, Loavo at ix,
ALBION PARK SHOW [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
ALBION PARK SHOW -4-- Tulie above eenat took place on Wodnlesday and Thursday last under very faveurable conditions, both as ro. gards weather, attendance of the pub. lie, and the exhibits. Considering tile sovclo weather oonditions whioh the distriot Is passing through, the dls. play of exhibits was excellent. Space, howover, will not permit of a lengthy reforeneo to tho many interesting ox. hibits that were to b seeno. Among tlho visitors to the show were Mooearrs, Varnoy Parkes (PostmastorGeaonral), Archlie. and Alex. Oampbell, T Fla. eall, T. Olarko an 8, TWiddon, MIeP.
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
OONfOIlI'ATIOYIAL, ciIL°, GEIIRIN(OHO. SSorvices will be conduotod on Sunday next by tho Roev, T. ,1[oore, ftollow - Oolgroieational Ohurch, at 11 asm Oonuregatioenl Churoch, at 7.30 p.m, Ohrlatinl En Elovour Sooloty every Tuoesday oreveilg at 7 ,m.
DISTRICT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
DISTRlICT NEWS Atm.ron P.sIK Acricaltorel Seemly re clived a ioO grant feom Goverament. ICi.aire oIly r'oeeied £100, allhoelgh pro mised £300. Funny I 'Tu' work of onllstrutning the now ean oop. eramlise factory at Albhhn lrk is uning on mpic', and Ii is expooted that a slartL will son, be mndo in thel manufaeturo of the stluo inldusltry. lI,.stA and Ourrilgong Oricket OIluba meet tlhis afternoon at Gorrilgong. Klami will he represented by-Dr, IH. Terrsy, A, W. Roberts, A. Ounumins. W. Palmnor, E Leo, M, SallinRg, I, . Bovere. idg, VW. Walker, Gf. D, Hamilton, Dn IMeotro and II, Pickuolnan. The coaoh leaves the Post Oflic0 at 12.30 p.m, T'lfe Public Service Board has roeelved from the examiners their report regardine the reault of tho exaineallons of s?ierk of Potty Sesaliolns for ',ei.tilon to "rado A" under till provisions of No. 2a00 of the ref.llatson unoder the Publio Serlice lot, lwhioh was hold a short time ago. Twenity nsin oficers attended thie examli nao tisl of whom line ...