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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
To leave the town in darkness ijust after the distriot has ieen crested a tourist district is sonrcely the way to attract visitors, espoecially city visitors who have been accustomed to streets well lighted by inoandeesent burners; and it is a matter for regret that a bitch should have occurred betweent the OoCunoll and the Gas Oompany. Noeverthoeless, we believe good will conme out of what appears as h, temporary evil, Tihat the price hitherto paid by the Counoll for the street lighlting service, insufflioient as It weas, was alto gotheor too high, we thik no ucpreju. diced person will at all question. A better servioe for less money is urgent. ly required, V'hcether the Oounoil went the right way to work to ecouro thisle sopen to some doubt, We are noat among those wbd are disposed to blame the Aldermen for leaving thc, town in darkness under any aircum. stances. They aro bound to oonsrider the beat interests of tile ratopayer.s, and it is their duty to conserve theose interests b...
THE LARGEST SCHOOL IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
THE LAROEST SCHOOL IN THE WORLD, Withir o otone'o throw of Whlttohoapo .tllrotllittdr by nlllr of the vur0 worot oilioo, ototifn ttho har?ret ooheti?t the worlI,. It io i nrrllecl ov0r by o poor of tiho rlino, lroi I\Ithtehtitu, twho it rgogrdoI wtlh luo t tnd shntiolti, t by ovrry Iull for ho t itn Ilol their gool foiry,. 'This ouhtif oriouoliu0 il,iil(H) ohildoro bhlotogitg oitl tll to th oorollt foroi l?Iools, ld ha(ll o attfll of hunidrot oIuatihrs. Io io woll.knowo thr tOhio io Lord Itorhi. rithhl's Ilt ihtilittitinth , ld Wort t Ior I (rio Ill l l l ilti uti otlln t ftgll iorlfll r1e hoo( l w uItLo ho uitlthh to lJ0ul, ito rot ?I? elooittl?.lll I 10 owittg to tijo gottoroolfy thot freo boroh Ifots. r lloro t IL orriey i l tl orllllt tl lc hi rtit ii·11 *··11 [I, I(\Ir lllln IlJIII l,'llilr ill l)?l, Iluzlle totto 11i1h Oil Otto I n iuthe, 110 tItttiolt boitg Itohio hgainII, fir girrortts eorovet boy ttitth it otiti of rtlto hot an .'tridr of at.an every girl with I I ilrouns I...
AN UNKEPT PROMISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
AN UNKEPT PROMISE. F ~Is( L.'HOU(lll Un oleo Ieuben told mio the why of Colnotl HaIxIer' p Iro eotco ain Now York IL wls ni long while bo. lore heo 'voultl niliartioo antii ullrllhtll'dll OlI(| loll ii t?ho etory of lni 0w. earaioln . T'lhe lt time tloart lliond at hi exO celalil thlh I l fouclld hllm i the moo l n1d glt olut. If hihn tile hioimly told tale of thelo OciiIIIl'ie:lll'l which brouoghlt himi from i hoiailll ilmllll e ilei whioh hle loved to0 o il. vlronnoei iid life whloh wac foreiin to hii ovory illtiliii. It wiH toll with mouch hulb. ing lllell shlamu e fIced heieitIation. It oli)rld withl : Y'oll r' fodll or the lBaxtears, Ulcloe ltoubeo ?" V" usiil, lhow'filll " " lh i~ . II tlil yuell ll't go back Lo 'reiil.ewu'e'ulil llllti lip the oli fbminily I" S11IIi' bckoil I'II ovalih co ole 'luelioo oe Utn'', elih.'1 " \Vhly liol" " \'ell, chl, we'un I lol' hom1, I troco mn11 IleartL iii beo llyn i nII i il lih irollcOt0 Ltuil uhi weaot Ilody llh' 1 knii' l ever keep." " Wl...
THE TURNIP-FLOWER MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
THE TURNIP-FLOWER MAN. The woobogorne inn whlo ite on the kerb nil dlny nnd carvee tlerniipc is onlyn llollor liOmbo¢ of is pirofession. Ilen 1in ices tb ok out a lvlnlg by ilrowlin roono tlie vegotonblo Inarket in thle early noln. ilg, collectlng relfse nd dr lley tuLInilp, wlioh l e lahliono into liink nlid while reson. ''lhou he colc forol tiu rmin of " only a ionny." Ihc knife i goinirI',iy nil old lejtler. litter, indi he Invec illn I n rret or iIn 0 Jill?e(i llOorewayc , lila th11o is? In more InOolvlerou0s Iarnlipenlrver wholmo I ha IiIjo lnever eeos. le owllns a iui of clpeially ninllo knivuo, ii tok of niicu olunn turiillc, eirroln, ai d iiIlidi, anI mim onitur.ripeievc go to Ilcoloenlo tile inblo of I?igl.elna, ro. stnlmrantl. In conltrnat with him rargedll brother, lie in bl to i rele repeeinlbly, live comfortnlly, nllnd dlo only n modornto ,nmounnt of work, "WI\it'es it worth ?" saidl a turnip.oarver, lwho hitd oridentlly been someothlilg butterl in hlil time. " \Vell, f...
Rough on the Parson. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
Rough on, the Parson, A ronlooo an0i popllar miniotor lhad, a litllo time ago, o laughable hut at the same time a dingroonblo rexperience, Oo u0nday he was going up the olops of lhi \Yost. lnd Ohuroh when he wos ankeol by an old lady, who did not kow him, to hellp her up the ateops,. With hlie usual courtesy he coiaplhod witll hor rwinest. On rnaohing tho lop atop linh haotdd broathlnosly, onl slked him who was going to preaolLh that day, '?llo .loe, Mnr. Blal]k,' replied Iho elergyman, giung his w ow o nnam. 1 (ldoor,' oxoloimod the old hody, 'help mo down again I I'd rather listen to a man sllarpong a n s.w. Please help modown again; I reokon I won't go in.' Thle lorRgymann smiloed, and gourtly a. nistedL heir down thio stops, romarliang as he roalched the laot stop 'II wouldn't go in either if I wolun't the proaohor.'
Kitchen Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
Kitchen Recipes. CHrEsRs S.AsnwvrcEs.-Daliious choose sandwichells many be made by cooking inna double boiler half a Ioalnd of gratoed cheese lWith half a cup of cream or milk, a tiny pilnch of mustard, and a little salt. Thlicken with a tonspoo fal of flour; lwhen tlhoroughly cooked, nol just beforo reomntic from the fire, taddt a well beaten egg. liare rneady some thin slices of tnaslted bread or some crackers, and spread. 'Those sandmwicees nmust be eaten while hot, V?LvPET irnoRan CaR.--Yolki of six eggs and thue whilos of three, two tea. teufllfs of sugar, one teacunpful ot' tilmng water, two and a half teailpfuls of sifted Ilour, oneo tablespoonful of biaking-powdor. Ileat tiIe yolks of feggs andtl sugar until very light; then add the weoll-beatnc nvhites; add slowly the fnilitg watler, stirrinig all Ithe tlime; tlea aidd tho Ilour itlh tihe bakingfotwder sifted into it; teasttn withl the juilce and grated riLnd if a lemon; lnbake in a ralther nat over--that i to saiy, hotter ...
Why a Pen-Scratch is Dangerous. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
Why a Poan.Soratloh is Dangerous. Drl MNlrpmnann of Loiplo, has rocontly Ioblishod tho roalotu of tho mhrotoploni ornmlnlation of IxtyuovUIIn emples o; Inl ulsod In soiiols, Most of thonm wore noll inks. ond contonlod sNrophytos brotolrin 0nd miorooooi, NIiron Ilk tlton from na frehly oponod Ibottleo wan found to oootnin both sojirophytos nod bootorlo od and blho Ilob nluo yloldod numorole baotorlni In two illlnloeon Dr, Marpm'nn suooodoed itn uonltivating from nlgrosln lnk a boillne which provod' fotnl to mloo within four danys Tho proonoo of Lthoose pthogl1oi oergnistn on Ink noouonts for the lnely soroe whlob somotimoaorouolt from thIe sortolh ofa pion, -o In ton thoro la no oasotolnl oil whlloh Is an no otion I olso , 8o woll knovn oro ito dolotorlons otleotn Ibo tiohe aotleos of Oblnn do not oe0 ton unlti the lonoes aro n yonr oldh Thie oxooslvo 0no of ton aunes astomnaoh dornngomonts ,lplitntlon of the hoort nervouanosa, and Irriteblllty,
What Our Governors are Paid. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
'What Our Goverors are Paid. The Viceroyalty of India, which has just fallen to the lot of the Right HBn. Oeorge O urzo, is the most valuable appolitment in the gift of tile Crown, The salary is £25,000 a year (Ra. 20,833 per moUsum), with £12,000 as allow. alce. But as this sunm le aid in rupues tile real value fluctuates with the prico of silver, so that it is probhaily little, if ally, batter than the £20,000 a year whiich the Lord Loeutenant of Iroland reoives. Of our other colonies Canada is the mest lucrative. Thie Governor.General of tihe Dominion receives £10,000 a year, and tile Higli COmlinlssioner of Oape Oilony geta £2,000 a year loss. The GoCvernors of New Hiuith Walew anid Victoria receive £7,000 per ainnum, iand of South and Wost Australia £4,000. But his Excellency of alnmiaica goes two better with £6,000, arnl tile Goverrlorir of Quoonlllrid aid New Zealalnd Iothl got £5,000. The lowiest salary paid to any ulerowiloed KRilg ill liritish luploy. miellt is the £500 a ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
A Mtraoulous Stone Wllclh Cures, ''lThuru in o wondorful alout knollwII ans the " nbllatollo," whloh hal Ilrforlaod IlOlot Illrluoali)|i ouruo for ovur ovently. lve youro, it bilotniuf to the daluhtur of o Illllstur ill MUtOlphIio whooo father Ihnd roolvdt it ifta from sn old (lourmnn woolno in bhlin prish, Oily twilo hoa it over boon known to foill in its Illalon of hIoallng, nod in both oeaon the poranna treato did not ollow It to be aled lifnullionly, I'oupll otm, from all parts to be hooted by It, asd noo hsrgiO Is ovOr mado by its uwnor, Ilydrophiobl Ilns boont ourod maliy tlilen by tI npllpfioations, and eveon lad dogii he lboo un oubjoet to Its Inyntlo powuri with iffuot, It ll pl ttrofibr nOu in hot wotor, and thoun lliOod oi tile woutlud as l13Oty os it unOI he endu llrudl, antd th ista doun ovory lhoulr for two'le hours, '('ho ntlon In porous ?iid lobk Ilko eonrl, -o A Iorao cann draw on the worstl kIlnd of oeu'ti roid aboltut o our mosn s muOh n, II' 003 o1 rry to his hon...
'TWIXT CUP & LIP. A Love Romance. IN FOUR PARTS. PART II. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
'T WiXT fUP & LIP, A Love Rollmaance, IN FOUR PARTS, PART 11. The drawing-room was fighted only bIy the blazing fire, and Mrs, Raymond was sitting in an easy chair, the blaze playing on her still beautiful face which was so like Nellie's, Lee was standing in thie miiddle of the room, talking and laughing and althogether in such high spirits that his inother's eyes were beaminig. 'flow late Mr. lierners is I hlie ex. clained as Nellie entered. 'Has there been a break-down on tihe road, I wonder, or has some forlorn maniden, detecting signs of bachelsorhood, carried himt off by force ? MsthCer, is it true that hlie hlas emained a baciBelor all his life for love of you ?' I really cant't tell you, Lee. He says so now, as you know; but I never heard of it in my youth. I-e used to be a great deal at our house, and was excessively fond ol your poor uncle Philip. I tlinik it is more for hIis sake than mine that he comes here so very otllen.' ' Ah, well I am very glad that you did n...
Poultry Notes. The Most Profitable Fowls. IN TWO PARTS. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
Poultry Notes. The Most Profitable Fowls -----t++- From the Agriculturatl Gazette of N.S. .W. --+++" By J.. , McCn, Poultry.. Expert, Ilawkesbulry Agricultural College. -----+--- IN TWO PARTS. ---:0:- PARIT I. Which are tile best breeds to keep for ipro?flt is a qu estion eloften asked and very often answered by naming a breed or breeds ill opposition to the ones y', n?e. Wellpit would not do for all t be of the same opinioln; still I think lnthat i lie le noiltry indnatry we should agree i thllose thigs lthant have been'proved 13by iprictical exporieneo to ibe correct. ii tlce first place, t ihas been proved beyondi dolubt tlat Minoreas and Lee IhorIs are two nf our best layers, Still, e oftes hear lthant some other breed is better. It is hlard to convyieo many of thlseo people tlhat they are wrong, simply becnause they have not kept Minorens or Legchorns. They per aps, comnmencec ponltry.keeping with (say) Orpingtons (whiohl are good layers), After a year or two tIhe owner thlalnk...
The Sun as a Machine. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
Tha San as a lachlna. A o11w tlouyr o roeardn llt~ (0 11n h1 bhcu intrlolluouod by Now York olelllal, Mir. Irmrioko h. \Woodwnrd, who hne nOO lolmhlng lo 0 lll1 xporlllnOli8 roirdi. 118 tho 11turo of unul ght, I1o olnlilm thilt tho eUll Ia l1 grolatOllo t Illolll uoh1 lthro ing oif X r?y., As thI roeult no this thebory ho hohIld tlht the 11o80o botwooel th oearth ntld the aUnt 8 qinlto dilrk,' beoarlg out tho Soripturaml iloo1l tlheli outor darlllolO," 0vol0 Itit o lll'e rays boel Invlolblo untll tl ly 01lma In oollntot with 0the 8tmo1 8 plloro otI tll onrl. ,ll, rllllrnoln 111 oxnotlg tho ta yome LIIoronOlt aorool of tIlo [tIoutgon thinoll.llo, aid canl'ueo, illuimaOtl ilolh Ae 0 lodeultiotll from thi thoory Sir. Wooldwarld ollaldire tho t 0.onlet 0 lre lnot fory lnloullIlul masse0, hot "sinlllly dlnohllod Ip rtions If atnaphoro illtm, lutoted byl thi Ianeago'! hroulh hion1 of the X rays of the suen, Amonolg 1tro,0!01at. atioles Portugal rlnkllk ImiOt dleoOldotly Anl o01 whloh Ih1a...
The Evils of Mouth-Breathing. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
The Evils of Mouth.Breathing. Trhe subjoot of moiuth breathinlg bna never received thb aoteotioo that its groat inportano deservaes, Mouth breathlilg sla not al*ya habitbl; it may be caueod by so:nu malformaliollo or forolgo growth in the nlos or ih tho inasopharynx. Palults are moat ollpable and ruol to allow their clhldruo to grow up eposeod to all the evils of motith breathlig who alln operatloo of the _ltplest klid will oltan corroot lthe troublo, whaich othorwise may Ilnd to loase of Iloaring, tdeformtlos of fsoo and chesatand othoerloonvolenlinoca, Nature ilotendoed the no1101 as a proparatory u.ii partmot to reoapiration. Inspired ulrls Iroof rom duab alld germs, recoivon its proper amotlt of molature, ald Ils rlaised or lowered to the proper temperature by pasilg through the nose, If there is any obhatrctionl in tle lnaal cavitlos.the omulese of the growing child becotme diatortod by oustatntly koopllig the miouth opoll day ntd ltght, 'The noltion if theeo diatorted maocleo ...
The Loudest Noise Ever Heard. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
The Loudest Noise Ever leard, Thle loudent noise over hoeard was that whloh tssued from thoi throatl of the groat volenno in Krakaton, an islot lying in the Straits of Sunda, betwoeen iuointra ard Java, at ton o'elok o, lndtay Iourning, Auguet 27th1, 1883. s that dradful night wore on, thel'noiso inorneased in inteolity and freourrroy, Thle explosions succeeded RectI ohIer so rapidly that a continuoos rlonr sooroed to issue from the islaid. TIhe ritical momoet was now approachilng, Sld the poplto of ilatavia did not sltoo that Iright, Thoir witndows quivorord with thunders from .rnkatin, whict re. sounded like the dischargo of artplory ih their atreuts, Finlrly, at ten o'clock oni Modiy morlllllrg, a stupondous rollvlision took plaoo which for trarcorrded nry tlou shocks whlich ilnd preoeded it, his hugo ofl?r, it was whlirh raised t te tmightleab noise over Ieard on OUis globe. atavia is ninoty.four mria distant from Krakatoa. At Carimar), Java, 355 mriles away, repolrts wo\O heard...
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
ORIOKET --- FoLrowian le tho drv tonr the otdor of play in tho oooood rouad of tho Jlaminn Dietrlot Caompoititon - Jnnuary 28th and Fobruary 4tlh, Gorrlngonrg v, Albio I'Park, n?a urrln gong lobe dlay I[lma v, Shlclhanrbour at IClanm let dcly Fobruary 18th and 2tlh, GOrrlngdng a. Klaina, at Klloifoi let day thellhhaboun'V, Alblon P'arL, at Bhilhcibr bour lab day March 4Ith 11nd 1111, Albkldd Park v. K Ioln at Alblon Pltlli 'leaday hollharboutiv. Gorrlnlgong, at 8lhollhr: hour lat day a, Tll 11th February la the day ot nparb' or another rouod of dietrlot matoheon,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
WHAT A BLES8ING MIANY PorLB IN KOIAMA LAININI1 TOo PPIreOIATc IT, What a'bleeldng it is, Sought lfter'hy thousnnde, Kilmana Is finding it out, Many a misorablo mann is hnppy now Nights of unreut, daye of troulo, An Itohing skin disoeso mooans tis. Itobing piloe mean this, Eddena jUst ?s buhd, Just as had to ouro, 00110, But Doan's Olntmont doos it, llioVes,at'o aooc, and ouroae If you quo It long onough, 1kdoilo for any itohin?es of tho' u in, A bleoeing to the oufforing public, Horo'rn a neigbhor'a proof'to back it, Iotead wlhat Mrs, J. Murphy, of Kombla Streobt, Wolloonong, aya I I havo oufforod from that dread ldi. sonsa ?czomo for eomoee -timo, I had manostpt?inful and Irritathi?g soros in any m rat! and ares. I had tried nouvoal ronoemedles, but obtninod no ro. llot uqtlthearing of your propnrartion, Donti'o Oiltinont, a box of whloh I puroboaod, Upon appyinglr I recoled almost instant rolief, the akin driod up in a very short timo, and thu oeruploe on my arm qoultloy honlod, T...
THE RIFLE [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
THE RIFLE TtE lnrul nmoolinllg nof tht. Jamhroro aiuh waI hIeld at flut's lolutl on Frldny ovoning lnast, A nl?lla otolry report Innd balnlce sihot wilt rend lltd ndtdll, nnd thy following tiflnohe weore ohutod for Ihi Iresont ynear :--Prrhl it : Mr. J, Wal ker 1 Scornrunry: Mr. 0, Swolloey I Tron miirar t r. I. J, ilanrks: Oonmmlitlo Meinrn, 11. I no', W. flymook, R, Splink, 0, l'Olhiholy, n1I W. I., Dy mnookl I elo olo on u O ittllleo : Moera, ?,. J, Marks, O, Mn'lllluhnu y, ?n(1 0, SWoon y; Inlu:lloalpporoa Maaro. J. WlVlkr, W. Dynnlok, a1ll l, Love, 'Tlho noit-l born duoldod Io rovtrt to q1nrlarly primoe Illtoad of milothly wlth o hauiit'np of 08. Bpealanl prion wbne prounmisd by ioseris, 81 Mark, JI. Wnlkor, J, IProtor, l, Love, nnd J, Hunt. Aboutl £20 sn gqlveIt last ynar in prioa by fhn Oiuh, 'ooluelvo of apuolsl by Monerano, 0, \. Ornid, J. Mnrks, 8, hlhrkaI, lt Mark, J1, Walker and 'Mrs.I', Aron11, At thu anno1tl0lo n of thi bual toos rorrenhnm1ertt truot 'hrnught In n1d ts...
Section 14—DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
Sootlon 14-Dona. Judmo, Mr. (lhblin, Fnox torrlor, RmnoIh Imlrod-A Dnoalau 1, W II ,l,!id 2 Riitrl,,uro rp oolnllr, otrluy -) lrqll'nwlii1 , I Luoat 2 ]En?. )l~i ternrierh'ok ili||(utn--Arl GlllKln 1, 1' (l~, In 2 R ,tior-.Ro' Barlluw I mld 2 Ou~Iloe du- -0 TIndiay 1. Ihurl 9 Ont?iln lattt (1 'Ilhnl, jm,(1 IA u Brwnn 2 Poulinr-J A Ruftory I, 10 (I \Yontoa 9 Plr p?litnra -,iA l lflirv 1 iriiy hinld d(I)u-\l ClillIun I, WV l tood 9 rryhlnond alul-\ ( Olrrull 1 I Juone, 9 lonulo -Irs Flslohnlng O hC IGllnolin 2 Sunop duo or slut-C Jl'Clinchey 1, 11Dongllns 2
Section 13—SCHOOL EXHIBITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 January 1899
Sootl)n 13-Sonoor Ex?inTrra. Judges :.Mo.eare, G. W, Pullor and S. Cooks, Copy book, boy under 16-MIaralhll Alt Publia Sohool 1, E Kirk 2 0opy Iook. airl under 16-Albloni Park Publio Sohool 1 and 2 Copy hook, boy under 12-Mar. shall Mount P.S. 1, A.P.P.S. 2 Copy book, girl under 12 -Mnrahill Mt P.8, 1, A Kirk 2 Group penoll drawlneg-Roy Evane 1, Wollongrong Grammar Sohool 2 Collootlon of mips-A.P,P,8. 1 nnd 2 Plain writlng by boy-Or)onmo Publilo School 1, I4ol'lon 2 PIsln wriilng by girl--rotom P.S., A.P.P.8. 2 otn. oil drnwting, boy or girl-A.PP,8, 1, W',llonenng 0,9, 2 Ornameotnl writlnt -G M'Pihaill 1, A,,P,P.H 2 Ionk of printin--AP.PS. 1 tnd 2 Illuminatinn, nil lhud wark-A.IP.PS,. 1 tntd 9 Ex. Orolio book, pupil under 10-H Bronnnan ,1 A.P,P.S, 9 Kicorolno hook, pupil una der 12-A M'GIII 1. Tongarr PS. 2 Map f Austrllie-A.? .P.. 1, , Wllon ioo , l82 . i pout 1g, lesdsonpo-Mil Willie 1, Miss loll 2 O, llnoteon point inR, oll, pnonnh, eto-Miss J Brownloo 1, Milse tioll 2 Pod ond In...