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HIS COOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 February 1899
HIS COOK. Tie wsoe a bacholor who kepb houoe in a fnle acroot in o city, both of whioh ealll be niomuless. One day he advertised for , cook. Twontyfivo younlu womon aold ten oll ones asworoed the advertisoemont. Amolog the '25 young women wae a slin oretluro in Lhe ahabblhct lsewl anid bolont thoro, with oxootly enough flenh on hoer bonoa to hold them togethor, but a lady every inch of her. " Iefcrnce," he sahi to her os ele eat before him, She took oilff i mended ulove and showed hhim a forefinger rough as nai outmug with muoh solring. " There's iho only piroof I hIve tnhat I've boon trying to ero aon honest living," said " An odd reference for a cook," oid hIe, " That's for clhrootor," said iel. " I'll ah?ow you how I ern cook. i'll give iriactlcol proof of thlt."l " Yoll nre iot a urvonllt," sanlt lie. " ?Not yet. l iiean to be. I've bunil vowing for a living, nd 'III nick of it," 'eid ;he, I-o looked ato helr from lop to too. " Fmnily 1" " Mlyself only, hie enid. Sue noddril, " ...
MUNICIPAL PARS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 February 1899
MUNICIPAL PARS .--4--- A?r Jamberoo on Tuesday, the May. or, who noacted as Returning Officer, do. clared the throo candidotes ro.elected without opposition, viz., Aldermen M., King (North Ward), J Love (Soutth Ward), D, L. Dymock l(lntral Ward.) Alderman King, ofiJamlbroo, has hoon an alderman for vetr 30 yoars; about the nearost apprtach to this is fr. MA, N, Hindmarhse record of over 28 yeoars' ervice, JTamboreo Oouroil osets to-day to nldct the Mayor for tlo eneulng yo?r. The presonne \ayor (Ildorman Oraig), lhas occupied the posioen for thie peast ton years, Alderman Mfood eatod as Returning Officer at Albion Pak on Wednesday, and deoolared the folbwing candidatl a ,lcted enoppoeod Aldormon John Fraoser (Contral ?mord), , Ifleininger (Central Ward), E, Alloen (East Ward.) Polllng for Kiam tnkee place today hotworn the hours of 8 an, and 8 p.m. Tlher aro ore ea andidates tor tile three vacancies, and the contesti oxpooted to he fairly exciting,
MAJOR ARABELLA REYNOLDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 February 1899
MAJOR ARABELLA REYNOLDS., The oldy womoa who wa eer crommissoilloed regularly 1. the UoiteI. States Army is flajor Arabell Mrombor Itoyuoldl. She is a dis IIoot end oaspitllous figure in the annals of war. Her services are meutiloed twice in enocral Shermuau's " emolrs," and tseveral iteso regurding the sorviois of lijor itey. iolds oare to be found in the " Ollicirl lerord of the Armies or Illilois as tbhe L'Civil L'Coolict." Major Rtleynloila is better kLnown in militar)y circles in the west as lMajor tlelle Itoifldl. She lires on the i'uaille shore, aild she his a good local medicel prsoltieo, No oen oul the ltecllle coust his so much stteltion ust tGrat Army of the Itelublio meettilgs,. nltl every aimlomeer he is ilvited to atted all Ilraod Army of the ltelublic sctamplmelnt nd vctcran re u0i0ns held west of the lrocky Montolis. Whou Presidet Iluarrison was ill enllta t rbhre in 1891, he paid more attellteo to Miejor hlellu Itrytolds than to any of the holldreds orl politiclt le...
ACETYLENE GAS. INTERVIEW WITH ALDERMAN 'M'CAFFREY [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 February 1899
ACETYLENE GAS, IsrtvtIr, \I'w II \hrrl)o IAN IM~IOAr+lY AIhDtIeaN l 'IOAPnre?,Y wh]t II deoyly Ilourostutl in tho 4?1a IIrhltln riloaltinl il f.hieo, 0i 'Thurduiy villlul RylnoIy etoltily to Ispooat theo workl of tIhe Aollyloeo Ons Otm an1ey, of I(1, Pllt tr(ot, Sydoy, the Si l llior of whlohll Comellny Itlo beon lllnted I by tho IKInmo Onaloil ton oxplIe whnt otlotlo ie l I 4 aophlola of tdol, with i view Io llghtlng tho atroot Ilmpl, whlohll for ARom temoe Ih1,1 now hoon loft cnlighteI.ol, T the oalrne of? oOnvRteru?eloo yeletldoly lIflor Iton with r r llrporoter, Xlihtlli0nll m 1n1 t frey eevo hiim I fetow prlltrllr of hiti trip, whotiI wO puhlich for thu honoritt of rll lont?lltount , Ahlorman hI'Oti/roy won rnanivnd by the ho conolon Dlroctor (Mr. Tyron) ndi thllo toarotary oft lhe Onm holy n1d I lhow ,ill over lthe worke, Io1 wen Itfl?rtormI thut theo COomply oullhli not only lilghlt te 10ll t itlt nItan provido for prioro onsoulirs et otlnn. thltni llo lle per 100i oUhlo Ito'...
A LIVING ORGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 February 1899
A LIVING OROAN., tIhere hlbo iw n le ny allllll uvullouoi vlriotlrin Iof Itilnutol tillntreillllnttto iard of at thIAferlnt tittlol (ortllt the tlllltn t nL of thl noltivo Afriulc to tIo collcrlltti alll lthe JowI'talri I lutrl or. itopo tih Utsut wottriul tinod mtolst froriul of ill wan ih ivllg orlgan olllntrlotedl by the Alol tthIlg~ o r, who tlo ul o holliton of tonini et irootor 01 Ito Court of toil. Xi, n ira11e, ItIhlu a1twoar Ito tho ol oonulll hrini, ",i'wht Ti1okeon moirt loaon thian pi oll in .tut p llll Iwon towo ig" tI li m tile mllo it o two plig III itnh all nowkormrd proleloasitent woulut ho nrmooy utlltnrol with titt or the rgatll onllttrltiotml iy tlo Aitto, Tile methodo heo mpl~oy . i Ithu iO utraU tlioni of tin fmitamomu inttlllttnlt was thlinl, Ilt ild a nerlimn of ctheso urll i1ru llooll ltatlu witi Ilin to anollll tittlly, illl n nitmll rou holot t int IIh or oom, lll Oer itlla was ? kolbanrll, nd thi etoifral If lrao. Intg o ikol wlate ie tlowl thIloullt h th...
THE RIFLE [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 February 1899
THE RIF.E IN a r tth maRtOl? onI Wollnesdy borwool Now South tValul and Viounria loaIe. lantora ntllndwiok, tho formor wn, by 1d4 pointh, ,anr, Alox, OCmpholl, NP,, made thoaeond oast aeoao of tho day klhh a toti4 5i pulnes.l TIPu To.:rlu\o 0lu b hold It usanul mnathly ahoo n o \ol Vodnual~y Inset, lonnl lshootlnRbgl e dno by V, Nolaon (13) antd Jae. rpu ((10). Following aro lho priao wt I 1500 000 hop, 11. W. Ns'In, 10a ,, 291 34 2 I03 11. 9, Olrdon, ? .1,,, 210 00 Il 12 ,I, touldln b ,, 28 ? 22 14 (12 Jea. Sharpo, . ... 30 SC 0 (10 ., WeiVr, 2a Od .n 0 21 5 (10 I, Marka, 2, 1 ,,, 20 22 17 50 0. MIitchll, 2i ,,, 20 18 11 10 TIro nodtl slhitI nof tho Klnma Olv. lan llifl Clu ll toko pinon ot Wod. toln(dy ntoxt, to mtontn at 1,30 AiIrPi, Prizeo on uuaol Tho followlno rro tho Ihntlcps:--l r Honeoy ntd (, Kight,. 0 : S. ookl,. ilhltonlm nid R, l?nt Ion,, 1: J, Bnln2; . mnmon 3t i W, flock, 4 ; A. ,1 talnon, t,l Weir, R, K(tidall nd oP. lrks, 7 i J. nolor, I", Frto?olnl?oot ttl ndBurstl...
THE GAUCHO OF THE SOUTH AMERICAN PAMPAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 February 1899
THE CAUCHO OF THE SOUTH AMERICAN PAMPAS, ThiU endurnuca of teos hrerdy hb?rsanni is nowhere more forcibly ilisplloyed then inl their love of amuennelolet ; their dorotion to pIleasure ie really extraordinery. Alter ridingl 39 leefguoe In tile doy, or braodlill lvagui, unirul, cattleo frotm sunriae to usclet, without haolei taken a Iotoillilul of food, tlio JIoig Ouichio will «rrey himself in ull lis brveroy nnd ride olf to arnte dirtent, lonely pulpcric, or wine-bhop, where hot will moku omerry witl his tritodl. Hero music tod doilcin; ate nlwaye on the programnl, tLhe one lhstrunellt being the g'litr, uelpii whiclh a few baro, coestratly re pLated, man y be etettome d for houre with scarcely tie liiglitest voriatiul. The sonsi are iloiot ulwys ill praise of the lorely ecrioritls, wiho however, on ollidurate l i are our lieglish llnideco, Ioftriiru much oeronaditig before their bslrcnl cill he tlbhLeiL. The dalliniog conliel priUoipeliy of slow polkall or wize,n to ol)m0 tune of (nt...
TO THE ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 February 1899
TO THE ELEOTJRS, Poe FAYOUr OFTP5E " KsIAoti ROItOeToIs." Mn OAIIRIl, in hlsaddross last Tuoesdy asked Mr. Hinonarsh if he did no) (whoen Mayor) glo IMrs, Onlrd permlslion to put Ihir loano on the street and also osell horthe timber to do it. Mr, Hindmarshirm deny that he told Mrs, Oaird to pit It wheore slhen dlid, ansoven saiod he elvised her to write totho Oouneil, 1 now say that Mrs Oairl reponeats (and shloid as publlol as n Mr Hind marsih's eo0nl) that Is, IiID Rglve hr permiosim, or no doltstlhn would have put her minco hnak as per her promise and lettr to the Oound. Mr. 1'ewing also shtts that Mlr. Hlindmaeh's instrucltie wore hlalf noach sids of time bo'iidisy line with hise etone vall.-a vary good job for people who snn the stroeet that an oppositdowner didn'twant a few feet with a sonowalnl too. How gallant of Mr. Illndmarsl, an an Alderman too l Yons, etc. LEONARD GABRIEL.
DISTRICT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 February 1899
DISTRICT NEWS -----+--- TPns tilton Council nro borrowing £2000 nt;:4 per cent. T'nl Ioblorino n r how Iah on pinoo on 2nd anid 3rd Mlnroh, Etirioa closeu on Malrch let, li" advnrtisonlmnt it will he eoon that tilo Trinity Collugoe :Lnondon) oxnmina tione talko phac at WolloiugRnng on 10th Julne. Entrloe closa on tho 1Ith Inet, T1En Light lRunlin NIow HOME ii' thIo iCnsn of all owinio Machinnue, Ina cnrrildI oi Ilrat modnal whorovor it has comlpotel : kpt in rrpulr fron for ten yorn. C KINIG IT, \Wotclhmnkr, Agent, Kihmla, O AT a moooting of tho tonovoleoit Swltoty l1at Tuadoy, ,lre. 'elorgo Wood, jolb, w? olected Proeiodnt itt the plnro of Miro. l\Yllron, who, na loft thI oialtriot I tlre. \V, It, I(onldll wn ao:clod Vico-Pr?al dlot in tho pineo of lro. \\Wood. A iuloou wool curreltt Int wfOOk (a?Ry thlo Nowru "Oolonolt ") t11t pnrt of 'oUr. rnollog Unmot( on1, withl seomo of tImoe ithour lointl odjlcolot on thle Jomohooro sideo, Ia to oe out ,pirt for theo purolllo of on ox mo. ri...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 February 1899
Tne Promnlora' ofanorooes hoe hoon hold, nred the result i now before tho country, And whilet we ddotnot view that result withl onthtluaonlm, we are glad that a doolRlon an fAvorm)hlo nR that arrived at lha boon renoahltd, and that it wan ronollorl uannliouoly, Weo think, moreover, tha t t wa worth while for Now South Wales to rojeot tho aomlnonwealtll 2ill on 3rld June last inordor to enaouro title rrsult, Tit rotontion of tile Bradtldnn olnlo lAe tois ho rogrettedot, ut tie limitatlne of it ' modillee it to sueal an extent tltat Fodo ration under title defrotivo financial nystem my be triarl, It howen, too, the lhopolessness of eonlvlng thll Ilnanulnl prob!olen wlthoiut the fodEnrallin of the railways and delobte, 'Teo pnllitiane are aganinst the latoter Atop, hIt no we do not hollove the people arn; antd wn heo. liovo the bonk.keeptuq system nnd teeo Braddon Olanuso will prove IIn tlhelir workings eso onmhrouae and unentiafno. tory that the Fedeoral Parlleannt will be glad ovon h...
MUMMIFIED PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 February 1899
tMUntitlliIIi PANTB, Ar nnvel nloth of re orvrinlg planukt l mhl IIto Iro boell dilaoruell by a low lHmnIpehllmr ardcnlltor. Wheln the pllnti hive reaollod a oodl stage of do?utloponoit thoy olre sibJeted In a oeriln Injeotioi whlch llis the oltlt of urroeatlil Ilhair growth, 'Plent mI rlonog trirn loemalloit itmppisnt T he ilo t e it to t l1run ti milll i ti h b th lel.ves roillllllnll sh a lll hIrllht 1111 6 stpl andtt sui o reot, 5 IL. Imorevero lil nuneia i to bolt nnll 0ol1, ol1 notlingll ourns rlhln lu iltrltoy Itr etmrolnorallnu, 0anlnl,, illlo h tro thok V t, O n l Ilolloat Islntl iIIn eiie*I plltll hSn to aver ' I ldeno u, Iras e exhihl led that hvi?ve an deld u or r lo usc ,iniths, yit not otrs wlen the IrMl e are carolfully txemlnod wotli tIle fiact ho aunpeoto, tre. Yosut I n l sh I oulhl think of sonm? ,hlui to hknop my lthuulbld lumnu t nl iight, tMr, (rlmmollhoak ( aot llr a bioalo, Mlr, Yelit I That wotlul tak hnlim iuit Inor thLit wnOo, SIo,, Orlninonbhnko (li 1o, I...
A WOMAN, A MAN, AND A BEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 February 1899
A WOMAN, A MAN, AND A BEAR. " Jack has always said that my physical courlage tlirsat attracted him." Tils was one of .\lr. Jack's ceaual conlidences, notled at a meetine of the lhund, (us?aot, nd Beaam, and roealloied by mehmbers of the anciety wheni they asoemnblo for afternoon tea under the oaks of Burlinllgham, " Fort \hooll'Up is not oxlntly what you woull call tdoml?ticated," Mra, Jack continocs, thoughtlhly. " \We arrived tferP e' dua kt -Aunt PynocChoon, Cousin Toa,, altd 1-witth teats, blatkets, iatn ?a alnsll Iaractlll of rillfe att amlllunitiol. " iy 1atif, from the back seat of thie bulickioar:i, surveyed ths surrotonding?, and aidlt, dccivively. * ileaa to hiveo saomeoo take tile to my hotel.' "' ' Yt, Iaclr we will tail a ossinlg cab ttnl gi at OIICO,' I repllied, " autll thuall a taltil, sllot matn rose, ali Iiarnitly from thle iabo(I illnd eallgs of tile trail. fli wetre i fril ee of grey felt, whiIcI ihad once been aI hIt, held tl ogetller by a riittilesnolie Itnoil,...
BRIEF BUT TRUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 February 1899
UlatliV litul' TIallua, A wliniInil l, nnl auarnllao, A rfether 4 thly anlk, I1aa aa1t wnlk 'rogetalor, A littla loIht a lIaytfl patt, CapIrrllous I A inerry mla, a tolen kinal t)uullailO,ia 8he asks ainr n llllli conulianpa]p, With, pla eare Aaai? bolth rtpMUt their rlih navclt A, leliurea,
Before He Joined. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 February 1899
Itrv l'r s li n lolnrl. Whllo IrnilhIK \Vhllolhnll tlI ntlhMr li hy Il trlo e l' In P nlnldll i l It l holl ni ai If he aloild )inil o(l. thli winlow throulh whlink lJiin O.lbrles lwihand out lo I0u0ntllol. The polluoman slkoed i SW\Yho rn ho'/' ' ICn1 ot Elgllllld, of coutroi,' was lho 'lnWt 'lhont wns (llt ' ' Over two hultldrutl yoora no,' , Alh, I tiot wn, Ilool hoforo my thllln, sir I only onltorle tho foroo In tl(8,' wna tLu pollutomnn'a roply, ' Inom sorry 1 unn't toll yot l '
How Murphy Deserted from the Militia. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 February 1899
o 4 , lisP ,IIIV il*it, hon At Ihattlio l of Iritsh Milltin wore in csiIIp for tCie onooosl trlrtilniog, The usinlll wils Inn Ho l o tld llot 0 l0 r fronl o rier, A. Ul'tlemslsl vrilitnet th uns mp anod tholl oolihnuesl his stroll slonsi thss rhvoraldso. Tursig siinl, ho wsnlIkestl townrds the calllll nslld WaR lstoninIIhed 0 t 00 o too I a,1 otIs'k unodss rowing ftlrloussly dowsl tho river. " trost Ieivsens I" ho ojanootltesl to I mtilitirms, slstllnog hy, " slrely tllst's lunitlsss I" " \VYistl" wai thlo rolly, lvolle in a iloislel otshisllor, "L tis'o nfl ?Ollsrslsle Muinrihy tloarslisii froan theo inlhleshls, lto'ea is dllisiso,'
MEN AND THEIR WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 February 1899
MEN AND THEIR WIVES, 'Inlllfor ilnnrlilrle aIIaIaa l IIoiI illi m namy q lvll to l Il wholn of nily killyloill I" Afllteri ThIlrt ibllllii tor A OaW halIn l, y aunt Illal tahinl I al ioinle or Ioanry. I I hAil' nit by unoaiimlaaioly auto my liuhabitni imlunlaitnly.' " II hei cesllrnell to l loll yoi " " Oh, nlo: hut I nllll ino11l hih with mIy H (IIitlr n AlLy llolllll, " liThe gIralloi n ll o toI aia ilitaI tllen llinliel nlltll" ihllllld l . ia lk r A, Adl kIaiioin haiw ii Ililt It," llla giwlel irT, ', who llan ll imit iagll iuatlAlii ltoiiarylin thei aight boofre, Mrn, Huiaiakletgia (tnerialy): Wtll j'oiaaltihtlt' ntatllih to Ii', nllr, hum you ontll a I i llllllholio hi Iaunl a , Illllialll I ttlr, aiillllgi; TIliont nliInHry, aIieI aillallulanlrnthrlaa'nla worl n orln atnia n talo naimlla l ia I ti i1m tllmnoulalln ainrlnll tio au,1null" IIhl Illn. ''IrInt I itior, nitlla taiat s attan. 'lall y lol III ry nl III, Aarilm irnllll n llh it 'TroAioa, uiamaling it a n ii, f ttanaa ...