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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 March 1899
COalMERCIA L, The Farmerso' Co-oporativo Compat.y rep'(Re : P'.:(t'I lAL UTrelt fARKET RE PORT. We hIve Ileasuro in reporting that wo have nain olearoed all our beeo butter at Od pIr Ib, onlhwithtannding that other ollors are still offerin' ionest cre.mory at 81d, inlchlding som of the 'besat brands omning to the Sydney market, Our ability to hold tlhi nmarket at ld, agninst such strIng pposlitinn, has domnll stratoed our superior ?tvaltaUgr In dis tribution, and our branch reatbllahments in ditflrent parts o the onl th ny, land in \Vesterl Australia, thavo boon of considor ablo value in helping to sustain prices, SWo would like to draw attention of prnduaers to the unfair (wo might ?ay dlehonost) practice of a firm o onmmis sion oplent ill hanidling the produce of two illportant northern factories.O 'We hlavo abundant proof that the firm in questinn ins hehon aelling thoos two but tars at 8lt, but not only do they return Oid ilo the facturiin, but invo the audcnity io writo nylC in...
SHELLHARBOUR COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 8 March 1899
SHIELLHARBOUR COUNCIL 'TiI: monthly mntlinll of the above C"llil waes helud oln Mohnday week. Pro.e e'lll-the Myor (Aldermallen Mood), A?r\llleen Couch, D)vwe, Allen, Hein. ivner, Fryer, Buckley, ast anlld Fraser, Fromll the Dep?srltmllet1 of PbllO Works, stating that £80 fi l10d nad boou depes-. ted to uOtllil's credit no a balaInce of subsidy for 1898 8, Receiveld, Felrom Olliot So.rotary'o Office, Inform ing conneil of proclnmmtimn hhlg pub. isIhId in thle (;,u'IlrmenlC l I0z??te extend lng thlle lrviilns of the Towne Police Act to tlle ltown of Albion l'ark. Received. Frronl Public WVobls Doeprtltnllt, In florming Council that the second-olasn culvert upoln the road from the mainh South Coust road to Moull tllt Terry bridge h1Id nIow boeeI comlllIoled, anot requesting thlot tlie COlluncil mllake nrreulllelllOll for its ftluro Illtilll ollnltCO, eIh!ceive'd. IFrom 'Troeutlry, forwnrdinI eunm of £10 for improvemlntOltll to ShoIllhitrbuur recrua tliol reserve. Poalitio from rolepsy...
THE FUNNEL TRICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
THE FUNNEL TRICK. Poor old Joerlalih Brownl hlas llnally liarned LtI. fuiiiel trick, lie look t iI tIwo lonos oIe llnr one orellllg land the other ilie colst. i nolltl' ritl p toiI tlhe ilub thil otler day land law two or three of ilie yoalngor ilmiber attempt. liWi na io feat, aid hlie wcallted their wltll ilnelat, Ollne o Ithem sutok a funilel In tle lop of hies trlucera, throw Ills head riauk, p!anod a ehllli nll al hirs forehoad and tried to drop it ln thi fuiiiil hby slowly rasldi Idis had, Alter all haid ilrll Jerry Iulntale on trying It, Lthlugll al tried to dlsuudeo him firom nttemplt. Iii a Le tat LoIu dltlit for tLhbm, Thne fllunnieiu plauoul I IIn iwnlatthaal of hil troilnrns Sd lihe threa liak his lllued toL racelvo tle ahl on Illa eSpllltllrse brow, AL that Jlltctlur a Jug io water wars emptild I into thie flunel, cnld biy tihe tlmu Jerry hadl IIlRthe diotahig the jnkers hiaed nlllllla ll, Jeirry's tonlolr Ihproved With dry rnhnnllt, nuit the l t llle iight. it ilie clu...
THE SOUTH COAST PAPERS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
THE SOUTH COAST PAPERS Thore's the Tlvlge of WVoronorrr and with it III astrt my snrhg, Next the itacury inod Arou, which ap penr at WbOtOllogoig ; Then we find the SuuIh COust IItRALn at the town of Albion u'nrt: - A place which for good butter has always made its mark, Isorr.'nensT and [Ratronran are the pa pore which we got At KImrnta, wher the Blrwhole squirts ilt shrwernr of " henravy wet"; And the pretty town of Burry, eretwhile known t Broughtonn Creokh Supports the Burry R.ooaIsrant, whilthoom?s out oonoo awoek, Tlhen we travel on to Nowra, and we find a goodly list Of journnls-nod the oldest are the News and COLONIST, While the LAoen and the TYLatioirtA, betr)l born in Ilttr days, Olunrly show there Is soum backbone In thle auallr y ,of the I'ays' I Now we ocres tile Canlbuhewrt, aind das I oand on Koangaroo - ((Our optic iorgonRa gladdened by tihe glories ai the view) Alnd we hialt at" ltrother Jonathan's," to doolor up our rh)ymes, And onjoy a nip " a.with Dennett, of thr...
A STRANGE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
A STRANGE STORY. lhe folluwing story is taken from Mrs, 1Minti Illint' " Itollitn Uoelsp," and is related concerning Mdlllame Mere, as Naplleon 1,'s mother wes alwayn called : " in Muy 5 1, 181,s the tropical Sull set at 8t. Heleu,c Napoleon died. On the lime day and hour a stralger preaentd hlolself at th Huonlsparte Palace, earcnetly desiring to neu Madacme Mlern. '" Hae you requested an audience P' caked the porter. ' lMadme receives no one she does noti kotow.' "' I hive eikehl for ino audienue,' answered the nletraiger, but it i atieulutely Itdlipensahle that I shunld ser her at uice,' ' So oarnest, ait even solermu, wee his roam. oer that the porter yielded anId conducted hint upstairs to the anteuroom, where the sereantl were in waiting. Here his lneme and husiness was demrnuded, which he refuited to give, aiid agill sternly isinlted ipu l seeing Mahdame Mlre lonl eost imlortant bhlslanes, which must be told to her alone.' As tlhe porter ihad yielded, no did the atteu dnts, t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
OrJINAP OH[1UAPi A Lnrgo Stook of M1alou0 Icintrjarots, ilciludls Vicilias, Aoosrdnc,:ca, Ocnoarl. ccca, Mcouth! Organsc &a, &o, , c-Q, J, PAM $.'R ITEMS OF INTEREST ---t-+ 'PTnnttk r in this oolony 1000 Aldier men and about 180 Mayors, GFr the Bost Fishing Tloklo, Linsee,a id Hlooks very largo stook on hand. Owino to an Inslaulleonoy of pipes, theo indnooun waterworks oonltraot i uagain a!t a teandatill. SEDS 1 MODS I A Largo Assortmnnt of lo. [IouroN and 0 o's Rollable Suds, at-0, J, 'PRUTT'd CO TO A. BOLES' For Rosa D, Orisor Tollet Loop, Turk. Ish Bath Toilet SBoap, and Cu aura Sop TODAOCO, SUNDRIEt, Boot Brands of Tobsonon, Clohrs, Qlgarotto, Pipes, at 0. J. I'ROIfH, To neo my sulldies i to buy them. Pay. lollt oesy anil prices low at WV. DWYtu's Moach Faolory, WVollongong,-0, PIORFUMERY, For Perfumory and All Other Tollot Roqulalrn?, try 0. J. P1ROTT'b, ONe good noond.-hbnd bloyolo for salo at WI, Dwvylt' Oonoh Feinory, 1Vollon gong,-J Dn ~ur, tao nn dorn l Fad...
THE DRUM-MAJOR'S BEARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
THE DRUM-MAJOR'S BEARD, A litoy sory t nelltt the qulwtionll or iearded verulSl cletnhahvn wI lo[ea ine told it the " diiicitl fMagatine'" An order frog lord Itaglan, llrrltetlg that the chine olld upper lips of atotf tllietlr a lould lie lerlal shaveu, says the write r, had long bionll a stIltig' order Ias for a1 lih iniultry of fth, Itiitn ulte cnceraedi , buti broach of It hald lien wtiniidt at ila the reglileat to whlih I hadl theu the honlour to helongl, the ilrplmlrin of whlolh brc h brought shbout a tmor amotetable result thii that related t tihe re. ietlltty ptllished " itecortds of H8r H. IIoouk. wood.'" " Wh'en we arrived ot (Italiipoll we Inlded from tile ship ill hlntoi, I. the llrst iost hiappenedlil to hb the firnm*Mtjo r ofi tihe Iltgi* I oII1, lll tell felloiw of lsho t six let three, with i uliguilticllt htard Inearly t long atillll as black s hisl beoarskin itelrf. Vlry proud wane hil1 l.I, of that hlrenii 4lll Aliiihgoi to Ills hIaid. sroe fInc, anIII the btord wl...
TERRAGONG COMMON. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
TERRAGONO COMMON, TO TII. P.ItiTOR. SIR,-I In with great reluctnnco thant I rae ro small opjon in your pnpular antd oxtoenivnly circulated jrurnnl to place hbefore the public the cation and ultorances of the delnnton appointed by the Janhornon Ouncil, who are to join with other doloegaen from Kinnia nnld Slhellharhour In in iterviewing the hon. the Minister fir Lants and rvhing the retention of Torra?nrn Onnnnlon with an little inenmbrmnoe as pnasible for the u.o andi bnoefit of the Snout Contt ponple. Now, Mr, Editor, uanyone, he hI over on stupid, cannot but notice that by their utternaoes tle alntboron d.loealon roe un favinurmlio to the reu-ddicatinn of the Common to the people, whnne claims nhave very rihit In bn ,colsideorod Ihy the Minister for LTndl for varioun rneaons. I mtit any that Aldormeni Orani, Dymnock iand Frlonrioks 'o in a aomewhat awk. ward pnationl, and that nich a combilnn lion n? the dopntartinn appolinteld inlt he Inlmical to Iti ba?t inlorestanof the public,...
BATTLEFIELD SENSATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
BATTLEFIELD SENSATIONS, SIIow dote I feIul In be shot in I.htiu Y" sal nil old plo(lIonlr, iin reply Ion a nillnlstlon' "' ll, you nee, Int hard to deusorib, I wan Ihdly Iil At lokernnll, lad It wai s sometllhing like thiis Wilhen we WIlrle wlt lu l tihn llttl thlorn noi cuntogllog ire-a Imlln lfallig out here ano there, 'I'hn ormnk, of the rita ianl the whlin of th lh illte illnnraell I rlalllly. *JhUnrge I' uoini thi lunllaexpetell order, and witlh a Olelnt no rollllrl Lorls Illt helld ownrdn tlh aollloy, Ilhletia Imirly rlinuol upoln ut. A manl foll in Olin ront rank, h (ioan In I' yelled thl oaptamil, " I look hii ploe., Anlilllinr mominllt lin I lelt a diiiy amlllnnu ornupllg liver lme, allmost iIke a man hlplilMaly drulk I anuil nkilradilly to 11w grionill The roar sill rooi IIn lly l'nra, lull oelllilo all thoollh inl ll oif, It IloI-al ldark lowly, then i wnn Ilanik, When I realll anlnliroluInea n I leirrl laII IN I ill rmiia all about ini, It ainolod IkI at inolthl Iorrn , ...
THE BUTTER TRADE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
21I fI BUTTER TRADE. TO TII EtIDTOI,?, De.AR Srl,--Our attention has been directed to a report appoering in1 several country newspapors, to the effeoot that a co?siderahlo quantity of Vietorihn butter (statedl'in anen papers at (CO onses ani others at 800) has arrived on the Sydney market, and that the large importation had jUelified some Agenta in reducing vinlel to 8}d, We take the earliest opportounity to deny the statement (ovideontly ilspired by aome aontu) that ally such quantity of iloported butter has arrived on this mark. at. \Ve are re that a eoweaotlu Biseuit Manufnoturer hae inporteol for his own use a quantity of butter, but it will not efleet theo markot in any way, con sequontly cnnont jultify the o ellon of Agoent who reduced values from ltd to Yours ete,, TII FARMNIRS' CO-OI'ERATIVE CO. OF N. S, VALES.
A QUEER STORY. IN THE QUARRIES OF ARCUEIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
A QUEER STORY. IN THE QUARRIES OF ARCUEIL. 'The folluwing episode in taken from " A Iourenlir of the F'reael'-Prussian War," a powerful story, by George Mloatrhard, ii " Lip pinrott' Matrgzine " : We had been at Areuotl a week. We were quartered in the houres of the village. My comlapany was lodged in a villEgo near the aqae lout, The open space il the lower erlhe, of the aqueduct had been filled i. with lumps of rough .toan ; under some of theme, which had aone ide walled uip and the other ulosed by a Iliseade, eampeud the Mohiles of Salol-et oaire. One arch had been lellt free for the paislae of troupo, uro] iascinre oIuL burreLs fuil of slolei were stanldig within reclh on the right cld left of the entrance, ready to close it il eone of llorln, Oiutide were Iertlhwurk untrerlclhmeata and et?Lkadul deflndinl the typpruauhoes. The Moblte wer ont guTrd. I wa? with Albert laualle of my Ecompnny, a brave, turdty oullmpalniool He was a native Io Areunil, nut we had arranged tLo mke a t...
CORRESPONDENCE STARVING STOCK. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
CORRESPONDENCE STIARVIWC STOOK. TJ T1E REDITON. S?nt,-Knowitg that sevural of the dairy farmers of the district conteinplnto send. Iag part of thloir stock to the Richmond Rivur t? sav their lives, Icalled upon the Socretary for Railways this morning to ascertain what rebate would be made on freight, and the course it adopt to obtain such robato. I was informelod by Mr. aLfOachlan hbat a rebato of 50t per, cant. would be matdeu n production of the for. tool certiicale frrm the District Stock In spector, an?d an aimitr one from thle In espluo'r cf the districl I t which Ihe atook were fotrwnrded to (umpiles of whloh I oen. closeo herewith.) The I lpeotore have been supplied with forms. I trust you will filndl space for tho foregning inlforma tilon il tl it lttur ts of Iho utfotunaln far tora who are compeclled to rnmovo their stock on account of tlhe droulght. Yours, eto., AlEX. CAMPBII ELL. iParliament liotee, Hill Matcl,
THE RIFLE [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
THE RIFLE A ec?rnent rifle match rill be habt oll il the oolrinrgen rango to day, hetwoon th Inr al and \Vallnnnnna rloe clubs. The fcllowingIi will repreoaot Gorrinonag t Presidut fiSharplr, I, Walker, A. Camp. hell, II Ilicksa, W. Nolinn, Q. Knight, it, (ln'ddi, J. D,?leuy, 0, Weir and R, S. (ird,,n. 'TII: Ionlthly allnnin g I aonnneolion with lth (Gerringo' g l'fle Olub took Ilac? nl \VnWdneady lost, The priuan wore 7+ Ill, two at ii, cod two at 2a li. Ilandlialp liult 02, PJllcihrl(g aru the prizolwinnora : ,--Yla 500 1100 hop, it. A. Oamit holl ... ,,. 211 0 02 0, l1unnota ,, .. 130 29 4 012 D. M1itchll ,,, ,,, 21 2 10 16 2 J, (1otdhing , ,. 20 25 13 02 t. (Iordon ... ... 27 27 i 00 rUAaeiIwfIdNaI are hoing made Icra rifli trimn to vislt Inglhltnd In shonl naqtlut th E?lnlllhll marknanOn. It In propeotd that Ihl toaOm rtll bo soleolod nl o the siilo prinolpit ln Aslltrillan orloaket teoms aro koha.m, It Is intended lthat the oast shall Io horrne erqully letwooni oeth col-. nyly...
Illawarra Railway Service. DOWN TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
Illawarra Railway Service. UOWN TItAINS, - . .it.r 1,M. P,11, I' Al. M An Sytdnoy., 1031. 83015 801 001 80 31 l rtvillo ,, 8 500 501 51 2 1 ,,.1 Wntorfall ,, 0 30 13152 7 0 Iloluluwburgh 0 106 4( 2 873 7 ilyvgnlo i,, n o ihlu40Ia I (1.1 , OL11d ,, 10 10 57 l l 2 Stanwoll l'ark 10u 7:7a 8llrul ..3 01ioi .fh .. lop, 11OalTal 37 21i l .ol S, Olif n ,, O 187 14l 3 311 ,, Austiiner , 0a277a23: n,3:3a37 Thirr.ol ,, 10ao oa2103t4 Ilulli ,, O :3?37 20 83 1 ,, 0i3l3nnh8i ,, J0al907a314a 11.3 0 Corrl alllnl , 1la42713r.i 4 rt l , 7 Para Mondow 1lla411,70331 131ra ,1,1 w\ullou.i rr. 10 527 3443 204 , . gan(g J dop, 1 2 7 0i. 4 23 ,, Unmnderra, , 11 108 8 4 43 3, K(en. ranugu IL148Ia 7 4a4?I ,,,:8 DnIlto ,, 11 8 l 1451 6t4.4 , Ynl Iah 3 1i2.3182 4t 4 ,3 Albion Paric 13 218 2: 1 14 57 Shelllhrb,,ur II1 18 18 ,7 North llKl1mtnt aOll11 008u74212l ,, KilsunI ,,,. ?r. 11 ri8 05 4 250 7 5 3 at1 Mix8 Ol.ll . do 12101 , nl. Oorrilgong 112 3 1 ,, 8 23 lorry , 12'301 l ; ::: :: 3 0 ,h spor'nllrus 19515x1...
KIAMA HANDICAP—1 Mile. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
IIAMA TTAIYfICAP -1 mlile, .1 Joniis Jingler, ldt ti ,., IIT lliiry'a SoldfIr, Ihr ·lh I 2 I Smith's Irnuo, le1 121h . ,, a Four alirinor.t wan bI IiIi..bnoen tine, 11mJ1 1 *J 3mti eaos,