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FEDERATION RESULT OF THE PREMIERS' CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 4 February 1899
FEDERATION esuLTu OF TUo PearsIIII9' UOeSF ?excUc. Tus work of the Oonferenco of Pro miurs whichb has boon sitting in MeIil bourne during the weel, was coin plted on Thursday evening. An agreement was arrived at in regard to the resolutions passed by the New South Wales Legislativn Assembly, ,#r, Reid aucondled in getting senvral of the proposals adopted, but there are a number of compromises. The pro vision of a three-flfthe majority in a joint sitting of both Houses hIas beern removed, but instead of a simple majority deciding, as was asked, the majority must be an absolute one of both Houses, It was found imlpossible to arrive at anything to take the place of the Braddon clause. It was, there. fore, decided to leave the clause in, but to limit its operation to 10 years, The Federal patliament may at the end of that' period remove the clause. It was dotormined that the Federal Parliament should have power to grant financial assistance to any State, upon such terms as it thought fi...
CRICKET CRICKETING MATERIALS' Always Kept in stock—G. J. Prott. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 4 February 1899
CRICKET -- ,--- ORIOIETWINQ MATIITATLS' Atways Kopt In atook-G, J, Prott, Forow le the rw for the draw for the order of play In the seeond round of the Kilam Distriot Competition I January 28th pnd February 4th, Gerringon y,', Alblon Park, at Gorrln" a" gong letabdy, l.Imna v. 8ho lbarbboor, at Ktlatm lit day F brtary 18th and 28th, terringona v, ltnma, at K?lamn let day Ihtellharbour v. Albion P'ark, at sollhar bour leo day Mlaroh 4th and 11thI, Albion Park v, KIaman, at Alblon Park lit day 8hrllharbour Y. Gerrlngong, at Shollhar* bour let day
THE CLERGY AND THE PRESS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 4 February 1899
THE OLERGY AND THE PRESS -- TaIo othor clay at the annual moot. ing of the Milton Sohool of Arte, the, Rov, J. Ilornhy Spoar hod a motion oarriod, by a hora majority, toboolng. tho"Sunday Thion," Tio nditor of theo "'Timso" thus roplias to the rajeotion of Ilie papor--" The ' Times' proved as popular horn (at Milton) as it dones oleowhore, and we alwaye in demand, But boing ineuod on Sunday, the Rov, ilornby Spoor, a mombar of the institution, was ehookod, It is long after Sundify orn it ronohoa Mllton -just an It is long after Monday oro tho Sydney morning papore, writton and eat up on Sunday, roamh Milton 1 but that made no diifronoo to this rov, gontlonian, lio did not movo agninst the ' Itorald' or l'lnigraph,' but risead hir hinds in horror at the ESunday Timene,' and doularod that it must havo no pliano in ti Milton School of Arte, Ifl did not objoot to the papor as a paper, he oxplhdnod-ho had examined i? and enon onthinmg oh joottonablo--bnu booauso of nno Sunday -work it on...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1899
ITEMS OF INTEREST --t-+ Tint: pIublluan'a Iooth in colnttooltlo with the anproahingl Knn aron Valloy aho w rIIaltAtd Li I at naotine, 81IiDS I SlRDS I A Larg? Aaeorlmnnt of IC, flotron anttl Oo'H ,tllaable Booda, at--. J, .'RO I'T'S 00 'tO A, BOl19' | For Slatllonury, Penn anid ltk Tloup. ,rou (atr Preserving. t, I oring, and BunIutifylRg thea Ilnr. TIll pnlm did Iit l1uh Pnot I 'li tihe ntlilor in V' Ollfio Devil : No; hn's Ill*' B.P. I ' I wondtr If-or-ihe got :tlhe pIoe I osnt hi I?' V0,0 I ' tInhl you h[ wan III, dldnt I 1 ' PIlIINO l TAOICLIi, Thil Inlo IW ilttok Very LIamrtly, You onn alwsya rely Itn totltintt tie IPlak of the iuat l1lut Mloltia, at 0 I, I'ITOTL"' . Iron SALI, Ecian fromlll y OChampiol White and Brown Loglhorne, HEight Chlok" Guaran. tood.--O , IPIIO'P'PT. OnnUrina Nanetdl, 011i, Bolin and Fita. tlnla for all Sowlng Mtohlhoa sohl in AUa. tmrali, at 01 IKNIl'P'B, \YalWohlmaker, Kliamas, 0 Tue comnllttla ot the Sloalihaveo United Turf Olhh Itvu dcildvd to Ihld a...
A SPLENDID INVESTMENT WHAT A FEW SHILLINGS DID FOR A PERTH MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1899
A SPLENDID INVESTMENT WIIAT A Few SIIILLINOH DID FOR A PERTH MAN, EARLY in the present doesde there was living in Meolbuurnoe a member of that sturdy raer that makes its way to every corner of the earth, George Nelson was his name, his birthplace the "land of brown Ieath anti sheRgy wood;" ._, olalin was a membher of a ReoRnitt lodg' nd ao suchl was entitled to the bone ts aclerninit to its members. For many months he was on the sick list, and as hie conceived, a buirden to his fellow mom here, They, however, loyally stood by itin, and after monthe of medical treat. ione, for biliousness and hronio headacheo, ocoompanlod l dily.reourring fits of vomiting, Ils ludge sent him on a trip to his mother country In search of health. But anavsllingly, for Mr. Nelsen ro turnd no better in health than when he had departod twelvo months previously. Again the man's oonnolonce urged hhn to relievo his follows of the burdon that he felt himseolf to bet and hise ariot views of right and wrong prom...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1899
COM EROJA;. . The Farmners' Co-op. Company of Now South Walos roporto : Buttor-Wo are ploased loagalsn ro port a satisfactory wook's saleo?f all, bout buttor at Od, After to day (4th nstant) nil the mall toeamors carry (fruit only Titls throws exportors on .thoa metoy of outsiders. Those steanmora Iot carrying malls are ton days longer on the voyntge. The first boat now available for the ship mont of surplus is tlhe s,s. Warrigal oll the 17lt inet. 2415 boxos wore dolo patheod by thu Illinllaya onlthe 28th ltlrmo. Daoen-Hoavy suplplles with a rathur better dnmand. lamsl-8oaroo exoopt for largo slou, OhCeoeo-Fair suply rlitlt a.ontowhll bolter demand, Lnnf ohosoe plnutlful. Lard--Illntiful with dull sale. Ega-S-tpsplleo geotttng lighter, but quality vetybd goenorally. Grod rellable egg sollingfreeoly. Poaltry--Markot completely overatuok* od, No salo at all. Maizeo--arkot Ilrm, selling more fe roly Potatoon-C-lraelr hIleds dull., .(witlr to tht Inoressod auppllil from Victorlia tile ...
SHELLHARBOUR COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1899
SHELLHARBOUR COUNCIL ToE above Oounoil met on the 28th ultimo, the following aldermen being present;-The Mayor ([Mr. f. R. Mood) and nMesers. J. Fraser, J. Etas 0, Heininger, W. Fryer, J. Dawes, .1F and 0, Couch. FINANOE. The following accounts were pseeoed for payment :-D, Horniman, 5. 10d : K, Ryan, £5 12as Gd ; . 1azloton, £10 7a 9d; " S. O.,Horald," £3 2s OI ; 0. Timbs, jun., £9; T. Durwoodie, £8 ?s; Prior Bros., £9 9 Gd ; II. Rf. tery £2. COEngsPO5DENCr, Katherino Stewart, Duonmoro, drew attention to the dangerous condition of; Biggs' Hill, Torragong, and of Shellharbour road. Received and loft in the hands of he Improvement Committeeo IA report from Mr. G. Timbs shoved that for the year ended 31st Decom bor, 1898, nearly all the preneeos throughout the municipality had been visited four times, 139 being found in fair to good order and 11 badly kept, Total number registered at the end of year, 143 ; number of cattle on dairy premises, about 5,800; number of cattle found disease...
MEETINGS TO BE HELD [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1899
MEETINGS TO BE IELA) Mrotottat Alnmnna, lanmn, meott Rb. is, at T.1) No. 12 ',.O... meets Feb 1/, ot ?Al pot,. dono of Tworperonc, No. w, znoet, FLb. 8, at 7.1)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1899
-IHIN'S DRAWING nnd HEALING SALVE for slo by W. OnluN, Minna* mutrn Stroot. TO LET, FARM occuplod by Miss MatoDontru Early posaossion. Apply to, R. O. KENDALL. TO LET, P3AIRM, known na Mnit, (. TORY'S, ppollto the Iospital; lii .ACRES. Good Onllngo, litlooed Verandah, Kitch on and anthoul n HC Ivory coavonienCO, For partioultrs, apply- D. I,. DYMOOK & SON. Kiama Agricultural Association. ALL PERSONS -other than I'riz rwinnors-hlinlg ltims8 agaillnt Ihn above Assaintintllon conloctlotn with Iho recont Exhibition, nro requestedt to for ward thelu sun o to the undoraigp?d without dolay. JAIMES SOME~IVILLE, Secoretary. 30t h Jan,, 181)9. Coacnbuilder & Wheel wright. Robt. Campbell (L4ln of Finllnynor's Conch FInetoy) fr(lS .n ann0000 thatl he 0 upon)Pbtb1 the lnnore centrally nitlahtd hIuri li0o , and truail by atrict aillolleti n to Iblinjosn onmbined with ngond work oon 0b1ib) o to merit a fair ehro orf publeo pat OIIAIHORS. 1IOIEII(ATI]. None but OmpouOnt VIWorkbrn Em...
ALBION PARK V. GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1899
AtrrrI1 I'nntc v, :Irl ll foNla, The ootnpol llon m ltch hntwloon itii above Cluu ltook plnco it Albin Park taol Saturday atndl reaultod in ilu ouay wil for Ith fornmer by G wlckole ndrl 153 runs, For the wlnaora Arunit mn1de 101, lFllel I3l, Boll Si not out, Alnd Wa'kur 21, IFor Oorriangog Dollt, 50, anld I, llanrnhan 13 woro the only double figur onnrorn, Arnott and Fryor, nvlowled heat lfor tlh Park, f1nd SBoti parforrmu d well for tIlh loaora, Following nro the taoroa Iu CnlIttlN'ONo, J Dlxon, o aull, h unflory ... 7 1 IlaHrahnan, b 'ryor ,.. ... 1_ F' Dolts, a O'Kofoo, b OCiwluy, ,,, 60 O Baott b lrryur ..(I.. II Lnoy, b ryor .., .. 0 A OCmpboll, b Rafltry ... 1 Slourko, b Arnlt ,, ... ...4 1t Gordon b Arnolb ,,, ,, .., J M1'uollantd, a King, h Arnolt ,, 4 J Gouldlng, not out ., , I 0 Saundrloa , *., t 011 ALIIOte PAInK, J Arnltt l? w, b nt ,, ,, 10 Mlloa, b aonrnhann ,,, ,, . It, Wolker, b ott ,,, 2... H Fryer, b Scotlt , a, , 7 R noll, not out ot i) O'Keo(u , a sub I S?olt . ...
RELIGIOUS CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1899
RE iIGIOUS 10 OUo010110 OF NnT0,nI DiviNo Sorvloc will hbe cnnduotod on flanday nort, by thoe Rev, I(, h]. Oihboa, os follows: KIlnmn, 11 a.m, Gorringono, 2,30 p.m. IClama, 7,30 p.m. Services will bo conlctaotl n the 'Jhuroh of Englandl, ,Tnmborno and Shell. harbour, on honday lnxt, bIy tho Rov, B. Rtophons, as follows: Jamheroo, 11 an,.. ahollharbour, 7,30 pm.
CRICKET CRICKETING MATERIALS Always Kept in stock—G. J. Prott. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 February 1899
CRICKET 4. ORIOKIETING MATIITALS AlwayA Klpt) it atook-(G, , Prott. 'l; Olnremnntn nmoiit thio Senior Olilu on hburcl Point 0n Sullrdly 1iiixt, aiil will bn rnproehotod liy :-A. Blow, W\V, Palmer, Frank Predorloia, 0, Oluwao, 0. Hnll, F, Dovo, 1, Arniatroni, A. Spilki, J, Plike, S. (Irnalm, II. lbb, nld A, Harvlon. Play ton tart at 2 p.n. aoharp. Toi following have Ilon l oiOted toi n ro. pronont thile Kltiim distriot Ill i mlatol tagnlht tho Snnlhnvoin (dirlotl at itlrry on Saturdaly noxt t-Dr, 11, Torroy, J. M'OnTaroy, A, Olllmail,1, A, liohorlt, ( 11a), H, All. n tiu, .1. Al'"" ( l" h,,h ilarbn ), 1P . Doll, lI, ? Lanot y, "I. 1iirnlahan ((torringoig), Ill o1>d J. ]al tory (Altinon 1nri). Thlo ItIlolio In i lnrt i t 10 a.m,, nml 111til playor art) 1r.' quentud Ir ca0o1h thio molurtng traill. Anly of theo hliovo ill) olnlli tot ply >aro ro qutootol to oummunatloltO %i01h 1tho Soort'. tary (Mr. 1, L flloy, Oorrlig.ao,)), Il ordur that theoir plnooion may be Iilled.