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GARDENING CALENDAR FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
GARDENING C.\LESNDAR FUR MA11RII. ---+-4-- Knn?ole GA?nns,--Plant and aow an cording to season nearly the sanao as last tmotth, with the exception of pumpkins, moelons and cucumbora for winter crops. Prepare ground for wn'.or crops, Orchard.-W-\uoe and looaem soil. Prune and thini orange trees. FLowr.n l?.DN.-Plant Int annuanls and dahlhas for succession: dahlias to be staked and attended to. Oommence planting bulbs. Dig up and astore lilies of all kinds Fiana,-Plant potaltoo early thsl. s?anth. Sow wheat, Mangol Wurtisl U the wneathr Is hot and dry, and of the lonllh preferred. S'w Bsrloy for grotn crops., !i, aps, &o. Small kinds of maize may bue still aw?,w, Colleot seeds of nor. ghuam pad other tmlllte. Out and house tobaco.,
[?] TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
'W ' TO NIEWSPAhlAiS. 1. Sonsoninu.t ...id dvertlior, who do not give oxprean notico to tho contrary, reo conlidornd as winlhing to continlu their bntihoriptiona and advortinomonts. 2. If hlleoribore order the dincnniln. once of their periodicnlo, the publioher may continuo to aond them until all or. nroas roe paild. I8. If nubserlbere rofueo or nogloot to take papora from theo olic o o whioh thoy are direoted, they are hold reaponsible until they haveo attld theior bille. 4. If snbeoribore move to other plnaco whthout informing the publaihors, and the pnpo are seo ont to their former dirootion, the subnoribors are responsiblo. 5. The ouorts hove decided that re fusing to take periodicale from: no cflico or removing or leaving them uncalled for, in prima fcio evidoence of iltontional fraud. ti. If persons pay in advnceo for a lowepnper or quarturly ndivortisoament, thoy nro bound to givo notice to the pub. lisher at the enld of the ime that thoy do Ilot wish to continlo taking it, o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
S f Stock Orders for this Sauce imut be in TAY AL CE I VMB6 ? ol V. Inot later than the end of February. BUSINESS NO' Af' All Adlvrtiwmen hlllele r imp healing will be inserled fur 1s, iii. per quartei. IK I fl M IT. t 1 EN, '11ms a1+ TinemilC lm · l Ier, anefi(trr, &o,., erralmtglK'tlrlU t KIsmý S reoet, nl~opialite Ilo Pent 00c. Best Rofreehrieunl Roomn In Rinma? -OLES, ALEX,, Hairdresser, Tnbne. Soonist, &o,, Manningatroeot. CHIN'S DRAWING and BEALITNG S, ALVE for sale by W. CIN, Mlnna. murra Street, HIN, P., Horuenhoer and Oenernl DBlaerkn mith, near Dymock'e Anotion Mart. Terrmlong.atroot. COUSINS & 13ON, Boot and Shoo g Mnrufaoturers, KnIma nnd Borrin. gone. -URRIY, J., Plnmbeor and tOaalittor, near Mr. Ryan a office, Torralon tLeet, T YMOOK, D. .,, Auetion Mart, S Terralong atroot. "PARR, ALLEYNE, Ohemint& Drg. ,- gist, Terralong-stroot, .GA IIEL, R. LE uNA O, DOentlet, ()ppoe io Poet Offloe, Kiarre IOLDEN BRIL ,, (T. & F') Family Bu to...
OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
OFFIrCc; IccclUct. 'unday delilery,--'l'Tho ollco will I open for delivery of Sydney na .:r be twoc c an9 d 10 n.ml. Onieo Iurc, wuok days,.-Posl Gflc iu open regularly from 9 n.m. until 6 p. , There will be twn deliveries dnlly Iby letter carriera (Sundaly excuopod) lecYuncg the flico atl 9.30 n,1cc, and 3 p.m. Iollney Ordelr and Siavilngb Bn1k Office lopen Ircc? 10 cn.1cc. to I p.m. dalily (Suclnday excopted), and deosit llaro alao reaelved from 7 p.m . to 9 p.m.l, o0n Satllrdly, Tl'lugrclaph li cc ic open daily from 0 nl., I to 10 p.m.I (Sunday excopted.) Privcate ]lcxon, too, uIco guilno per annum, cmay be obainod oni applicatlon at olico, enrblinlg box.holders' to got thtir mnil alny diy at any hour.
Arrival and Despatch of Mails [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
Arrival and Despatch of Mails T' ?: fllowint is th the tlnatablo obso.*".d at the Kiinmn Past·-ofleo for the arrinal and desprtch of mails, daily (Sunday ox cepted.) lMAILS CiOn Ftol r AM . Ai. PAT. Ilomb ........... 6 15 Dunmlore........ 7 Shollharbour ...., 7? ' 1t Albion IPark...... ? Dnpto .. ............ 7 Wollangong ,...... j 15 Sydney ............ 7 2 & 15 Ourringong........ 7 11,15 Berry ............ 7 1.15 Nowra ...1......... 11,15 8 15 ,nberoo ......... 8.15I 2.l Jurrarn ............ 8. MAILS AllIVE: FROM A.M. P.M. PHf. Sydney ............ 8.10 12 I Vollongonllg....... 12 9 Dapto .............. 12 Albion Park...... 12 Shellharbour .... 12 5 Dutlln ore. .....,. I Ilo ibo ............. 8.10 Nowrn .............. 8 2.10 Blorry .............. 8 2.10 Clarrillgolg..,.. , 8 7 Jmtiberoo 11 ....... I i .15 lJerrarn ..... .15 A Innil closes at Kinmn 'ost Oflice at 9 p m. tn Sundays only, leavilng by the 5.J0 n.i. train on lMondaya for Sydney.
Sure to Follow Him. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
Sure to F?ollow iihln, A ouoknoy wag, whilo taking laIn holldnys in thl o Il glaland, mot on old shnopord driving a ioon oof shoop, and, winhcag to nhow off a bit, aald I 'Now, II woro n lhophord, I would teacho thelo houp to follow mo,' '0Oh, ny--?' I've na doubt yo wid mnnnogo It, too, tor, if theo onstloa anw antllbor shoop In front, they would bo sura to follow.' ParLy at tho Doort " Ie the lady of theu hueon In ?" Ouuk I Ul'mn wan of ,him, 0urr,"
KIAMA RACES [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
KIAMA RACES -4--+ Too Arat race anmooting of tho neely formod Kinmna District Club took plnce on Euroka celrao on Wetlnesdhy, thoro being i very fair attondllnoe. The takllnan at the gate amounted to £8. The oflicials adre 1a follows :--lltdlenppera, leosars, T. Britton and D, Kollohori; Juldge, Mr. 1), Olt o S'?arter, MrAir. 0, M'Olinohoy ; COlrk of Sealus, MIr, i. Flohirt ; Olurk of Onulrs, Mr. J. Marlin : nlo.. Seoru hIry, Mr, O. Swuonoy. 'he rtacin re. suited a follnw ; Orsl?uoi IIAN?IeI(ot'-- Furlonge. , ."toAalir's Ricoil, iat 121h .. ,. 1 II Ellory's Soldior, lat filh .,' .., 2 A Slownrt's 8weethetart, B8t ltb .. 8 OIly i starters; won easily. Time, bloit 18uca.
General Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
General Iuformation, The flower trade of Lonidon is esti. mated to amount to £5,000 a day. A hen int her lifetime rarely lays muor than 000 eggs. Almost every eduetiolnal ituiailuto in Franoo has its distinctive dress, Tihe pearl oyster does niot produce any poarls until it is six or seoven years of ago. FrCgs, toads, and sot uents never Inko food but that which they know to be alive. Sodatwator is the least adulterated tamollg nIlon.alcoholio boverages, aid bour among inloxicatnts, Chili Is said to havo more pools, in proportion to population, than any country in the world, Thu grave of an unmttttarried womanll ill Turkey is ofton indicated by a rose carved in stonte. 'IThu first permanent military force in Etilland was I he king's guard of yeotollll, established in 1480. 'Ihe largiet sawing machine iin the world in inl opertion in Leeds. It weighn 1,0500 pounds, rand aow cotton belting. At thle ibginning of the eight eenth centuryt people wore hanged in Great Britain fIr the illio...
RED WATER IN CATTLE VISIT OF EXPERTS TO KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
RED WATER IN CATTLE IVISIT OF EXPERTS TO KTARfIA o(1 Saturday loot Dr. Tiddoewell, As. nistrat Mlcliosi Officer. Mlr; E. Stanley; Chief Vetorinaryj Inspector, and MNr. iGran, ?Itolerioloulios Assistant, all three n,,noeted witht tht Now South Walles Br, d of loilth, niaited Kiarna in regord to a plelimlinary invetaigation in cannoe. tion with the diselso locally known no ''red.watur," A few head of cattle sulf orint from this offtotiln were eOllnotod by Mr. Symonlle, the hoil Vetorinary Iin rpoector untder the Board of IHealth, and these animals were sllaughtered under tihe uprrrvis?irnd, thigeontlomen abover-named. Different diseased colnditions were noticed in tile slraughtered beasts, and spetroimens of each wero taken for futher bactoriolo. giel euxnlination. In addition, tlhe vial tire wore driven over the country whore tire diseosl hats boo, provalont, aid after m iking oxarlinatnnts in the baeteriologiora nlhratnory i.l Sydory fulrthor investigatlion will res ult. The proeont...
TWO BLACK FLAGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
TWO BLACK FLAGS. To the most nail our IlIg I It is Idrk i o the grave I Or thu death whihob it bears while it Owo?pj o'e the ware I Let our deck clear for ctiono, our n lllbe plre pared, Be tL e t boerding ae ekerlpened, the ainmitar harod, (ct thre caeierre ready, cal thb biring to me, L'er theo last of oy dutiaes, tkr powenrrleanu key, t'ir+lo td'eng. ý e, ý j 1'1, s Am r rea ago soeI met With I to .bou~lt tO re. lmi~a rll board the gad aship " Lori. atar," I10 vesrsl brilng comnitlatdt Ibyr haru, tyrantlltica man, a rfian tid a drinkard, atuned WiVtlliam I'cpplr, fo'hle haitns very soon giving him thile esohriqulllt l IIull I' 'lv.i r, a title he certainly well deerral. ie, haul left Ifeng Kung, lur Nu.w Zrlnid with a mixed Cartgo anld dropped down the Iallit t'ltlael t into the OChll HPi', nd aliter ,eavmig the p~rt for which we were deltiel ~I1 illl1 trillmed our caurse for London, thinkmig by that tine we had seen pretty well enioeah of thie world of waters ; bult Iafter lavin...
PRACTICAL JOKING ON AN OMNIBUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
PRACTICAL JOKING ON AN OMNIBUS, A very ainstlnlg, tholiuh at the same tIlme v.ry iruul, 'plratllcal jokn ran played reaenllt lia a I'arilllla jeweller, who hadi mouited lpol tilll riot of an OlllllbnuhuI , Jut bhlllnd hhinm iatother gaitlnlian folloowed and gut itide. It dloing no tle latter aaid to the cndullutor, " You ?aw that gentluemial who we t talltlltira jiust nuo. Ile is a dlangaermul launtlo, 'There In li Ifare I ldn't ank hhi ftr it, or any allything to him, '!ei he la ny have an attack and do toni long. Age, tor he Ia very violent, lie nill g?t doea near Ilthe Iw Cuoltll, where I will also alight, anil all huim to the Aaythimit, Thie conductor, IIn taking up the rfar, pail iot attuaitioo to tiLojaewllur,who was vary imllh llurprilled when lie wla not allowell to pa,. 'helln the ellilioyeie pas him a second ltlime withiuit ltlinll the slightest lnotico of the tlhree. IlnlillUtiia whio lll e held out for colleliol tina iot vetodl anild lnid thie iniii y the collar. At thll...
Thought He was the Manager. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
T'ahole1. lile woa thie A son of thoe Emrald Islo, who was otn n visit to the Zoologiatl OUrdoea for the lrat time, oamel to a part that wao (otirud oif. I'st, withilng to explore it. ollmb?d over the wire onoo, and vwalkod up the coutral path. A low tnminlito lator a hlidous yell roochod the earo of one of the koopers, and ie hurried to the privato grounds in time to oaare off a largo baboon, who had PIt? on the ground, badly mauling After Ihnvlng llo wounde droaned, he was told by the keeper that It eorvod him righit, as ho had no businessa therl it ill, and must have loan teoasing the babioon to mkle it ntwul him. 't ay, now,' said PtR, 'Shuro 01 mnruly wint in to shake handsllA with the hoint, and Oi .houldn't have douo that, only he looked no much like yoroulf, 01 thought heo was manager of the show,'
DISTRICT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
DISTRICT NEWS Malfn, O. O. Tout was the bust lady ridor at tho Ilohorlaon hihw, Tu?'.vork of colnlrucllllin Il now pie at thuh hrbour is iluaring olutploltinm Alfa. TiloaroY. Into if tho .4hoillbao on Oo.npornllvo Socloty' astomr, Ihal gnnl to Tosmaiol. Tu lGerrillngln Rutorvlnlo hmo uonno .through a wook's drill u:lur tho (tlllluw of Staff.Borgoanlt Smlth, ALtron PAnK pnopla nro going to oalo. :brato St, tParlck'no D0y by ot pillOc rOce. mooting and grind ball, Tol ollco of tiho .onidonlt Ronad ElMginoor is to ho ohlllitd frll Ilnslt to Nowra, Mr, Niullin will als a roshlo at Nowr?, ln,- 08ouA CoocN, 'Tagnrrn, Ino t a vnluablu plouh horn Iho othor day, Only n short tIho aql Mr, Couch hnd n splondid cow ffall ovor a oali natn kill it eIlf. Tna draoin on i Trranul Swpap lhav started to lllw, whlh ich IIho opinnl (of local Iiwarinook" Itur? ho Istlonr alp. proaoh of rnlo,-*" 8 , O, Tlrald," WoroNotnaHl I.tupiyurr .l rtnigly nhject to a propoanl to llou n l IIDa lghtlI rlo,. And no wan...
Debtor & Creditor Accounts. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
I)cbtor & Crutlltor Accounllt, T'ho old man lay dying, and his wIfl aid rulatlona wore gathlerd round hli buld, 'Martha,' onmo in trombling tones from theo ooupent at the bud, ' do not forget alfter I au gone that old Mr. hrowen ,wna us £D for that b)y I sold him.' 'onnilblo to the last, onnalblo to the lnt I' thu old lady nold. A lew minliutae' elloneo, and anon mIor the old hmna spoke, Mllarthla, dun't forgot that we owe MIr, lonos, the miller, II for the loast lit of ourl On Ihadi from himI, taving again, ravint g again I orled the wife, burating Into tears.
Congratulations. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
Congil'tulnlttlons. Sooun: ltnilway onrringu on Midland Itlilwny, Entor a ooloanl with ?nmo bng nl?d onno of glll, Golonel (to plansngor, onthualntll. oally): ; llonutlful sport I sixty birds IIIn two hourn, and only mianod two ahots,' A qulot gentllman atllting in th orllor put down lia paper, roshud naronl the nomlportmllln, and grpiled him warmly by the hand, 'Allow nl to oongrotulato you, slr I aom a profonsonanl mysnlf,' 'Profonnioon l sportsman ?' SNo profosnlonal liar,'
A JERSEY SOCIETY WANTED [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
A JERSEY Q?OIETY WANTED -~--+- Ito FPbrunry'n Anrlotoltturl OrzGtto, Mr, O'Oanllnuln, t h Governmoent Dairy x)port, natvnonoton ti formtntion of a Jor. noy nololy for, Now RoAth W\lon, Ila oyea r- ' It Ihn gnerally ndlmilletl that whorovoe n enolely n fornmud for tho nd. v.nnoomont of in crtain brood or broods of o?atle that vnnt itnpravoumont folltwn, With this oxporionoo to work on. thon hna to It that wo hlooe not in N SW. or untllnlln'J Joraon y r Avrnshro enootiosnI? Wo have corhinlh ayllalolnt numbors and uPIpnPorton of onih of thono broods in tho .lloy to mkeo up i Ivoo nnoloty., '1';1I roeult would bo ionreased attlntion to hroodinrg, milk.toesting, and milk nod butt. tor roords, anl n htnlor prloo for nnlotml of morit, 14t (tloinl to hI^rll t and for. I tor thet d trynog tmott' ii i I61 catmoy, Tohorn are tound in hu numboro of breedt orae roe?Stt nt tihen itetr Show of the It, A toolty, nand It shohld heo nosy nto It tonenltthr thoro a rlprounotllveo men?tid to disoess tha...
KIAMA A AND H SOCIETY ELECTION OF COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 March 1899
KIAMA A AND H SOCIETY IELO i1'l? N O U OUoMl'[ 1'rI L '1TIIrlre wore twenty-f llr ollndiatos for ll, niniutlim lllnt onl Lhi Commit. ton of tihe Ibove Soolty, TIho ballot. ing tonk plncp ?hot night, Mr. 111ind. tornhr not;n, an Returning Ofliour, andl luaslrn, 0, a1, Stovoonau il nid Proy Sonmrvillo no Sorutineors. Tho num. oIr of ballot pnpors returnO'l wns 230, ,non of whiho worn informal. Tho ro. anilt won no follnwn : 'I'homln lrawn ... 228 J.,mns RSnto(rvlllo ,,, 225 Jhn Jomu9 ... 222 Julno Shlrpn ... 22t Iloorgo 1, Softon .. 220 Robert (Gordon ... 210 Ilugh T,. Rhh ... 211 \Villilnm Dymook ... 213 ThImson Jnmon ,.. 208 Ilngh Colley .. 200 Cloorgn Couch ,,. 205 \Villinm Orny .., 204 Alex, Nlohonlnn ,. 107 ''homman Frdtlrioko .,, 101 Prank Frmlnrloke .,. 101 Jlanon Wood ,., 183 Jhn, Love ,, ... 170 l?thmza Colo ,, 178 Ooorgo A, Smnmrvllle,.., 108 Ohllrlin W, Ornig ... 102 JOmeO Pike... ... 150 Johnl Walkn.r ... 131 ,Tmnn 8pink .., 120 \Villlam aI?rvoy ,.. 01