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Arrival and Despatch of Mails [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 January 1899
Arrival and Despatoli of Mais TnIs folloIrilln Ii the tlmorlablo obso.nd ratktld iaea P1'at-oflicr for thI arrival 1 tch ol mldiTe, dully (Sunday en Bombo_.._.._.., 6 T MAIOLH C'LOSBl PO Dtlmoro.obu.,., 1 Dunmeore ...o, 7 Shollh.rbour *..... 7 15 Albion Park...... 7 Depl.......... 7 Vllon'ong e ... 0, 7 15 Sydney ...,,,,,,,, 7 2&0 10 Garringong........ 7 11,15 Borry ............ 7 11,15 Nowra U..1........ 10. 1 Jnmboroo ......... 8.15 2,158r, Jarrrnm ............ 8,15 MIAILCt AIIItVI FROMt cur, cur, Pe.. Sydney ......,,,,.. 8.10 12 . Wollongong.,.., 12 Ii 12 Albine Perk.,,,, 12 Shollihrbour,..... 12 0 Dunmoro,..,,,,.,. 9 Bombo ............. 8.10. N?wru,,,...,,,,,,, 8 '2,.0 -'; Borry .......,,,, 8 9130 Gorrmegog ., . 7 Joemberoo,.....,.. 11 0.15 Jorrare ............. (.1 A mnil eloseo at JKiamn Post Olloe at S p.m, on Sun8dye oly, leaving by theo 5.30 am, t run on Mondays for Sydnoy,
PORT KEMBLA HARBOUR [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 January 1899
pORT KEMBLA HARBOUR Tbo banquot tendered to Mouers. Aroh!. bald and Alekandnr Oampbell and ,. B. Nlahofson, MeaP. at Wollongono on Vodneesdy aevening ill roooRnltion of their indeot atblo ard sooaesaful ollerts in conneoti[h with the passign of the Port Kombia Harhour Bill wao one of tho most suceeoful alfairs of theo kind that WVollionon' has over witnesseod, The gatheri (e(eys the laeredury) numboredl 100 go l?.omen, and was thoroughly re prosenatre in oevery reeptot. Mr. Alir, Oampbell, M.P., in roespnnd. ing to the\toat of 'TThe aluaste," after the fomb r of ltfawarra had spoken, was enthnalsvsfhlly rooelvod. oie tonlored his einoor thlnks to the memborab of the Harbour League for the Ihritation to bo pro nt at that gathernig and for the royal reooptlon they had aocorded him, mbhrn of Parlilmont were unp posed to a ell tholer talking in Parlin mont lu er0 their piower of observation whenn ien ooes; If that order wore ro, versed I I good mny olasos-lf they wonuld do~Ii thelr talk...
NEW YEAR'S TREE [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 January 1899
* NEW YEARnS "iREE (FNoonQu Coe.no oa?r?cn.) T.c Now Year's Tree In connetilon with the Romen Oothollo Ohuich, lam. borno, was hold on I'ri|lay loot and we, . dooldod sucOess. Ereryhibng that could be done to make It so wea done by the lady membora of the Church. The hall was detdratei sdItably lor the oeoolaon and overythiog was arrangod to soit the roqolremento of thoae wFil at!-l,-.?d a. tha gathorleg, 'Tho flee. Fothor Baorlow oponed the proceedlngs. The Flower Stall In the coontro of the bulidlng was very neatly laid out and presided over by Mien R, O'KCoote en Mrs. J, Condon, who took earo ion 0e that no geno.loan had the privilege of boleng unadorned with fdowers for the evening 'tho dentrre of 01tmraqtla woe the * Trooe Itolf, where thoeo who hold tioketo crowded to enonuro the artIcle corroeponrding to the nimber on their ticket, end teilr want, warp at. tended to by Mrs. P. Dunne and MJeseo Boyle, S, Bcanern, Schriober, Gray, Kenny and Synott and Tirs, J. Lyons. At the Ref...
DISTRICT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 January 1899
DISTRICT NEWS ----+-- Mn, f. MAJoo s oalling for toodors for splitting fivr Itndrod barbed wiro pouts, Mr. and Str., P. II. Morton lonen for England at ths end of tiles mnonth. tsniras for.the Klnam Bhna ow uaos on Tussaty, 1th Instant. TusMinstaor for Miea. and Agrloul. taor is to be Invited to opos the Iaiomo Ehow. Daring fith year 188 titroe wore 114 births, 10 deatits sntd 4 tarriagas at Alblon Park, lo Es inttnded to Itold a basanr-prob. abii in ApIil or Moy noot-in (id of tho fsool ofl the lalmt Agrloultural 80alo00, Floe? M'OAPAFRU, of toe nrighton Hotel, hes boon ontrnatoi with the neIonr 11 for tihe judgeo' lunhoeon at the forth - 0o0ng 13Kama chow, A weill.known vocallot who poriodically tYryorw Bouth Oonat townn, In to be mrr riet nrxb month to a inly of the Ulla. duills diatriab. YaoraT ny wittnGssd on impropvd oclan of railway carrhages heiog run on the South Ooot flne, They arc A grout tin proruesenb on the old toxon. V. Fo r Inohon of rnlt fll ab Alblon Pork duria stn...
ORANGE BLOSSOMS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 January 1899
ORANGE BLOSSOMS On iVednoesday Iant a vary pretty waddlng woas oolhroted at St. Gragory's Roman Outholio Ohurol, Quonnboyan, tho IRev. Father Oollarndor oillolating. The ohurocll was woll.illld with the frlonde of tho oontraotlng parties, viz.,, Mine Annie, eldest daughter of Mr. William DBrook, of Quoanboyan, and Mr. TP. awoonny, in thle omploy of Moseanra,. Lnottar and 0o., Syndoy. Shortly after four o'olook the bride nntorod the Ohluolh attired In a very handleomo gown of aroam olik bIong. iane, trimmed with olk and gapuro laoo and aohilon, largo fanoy straw hat with trimming: s of ohiflon, ribbon tipe, and lilile of the valley, ~tho brides. maid, M;no L, Swe?enoy. wore oroeam onrgo, trimmen?dl with ohiloln and riblbon, and woro a largo ploturo hat. B1,th earrieoi handnomo shalower boqueuot. onomposeod of roosen, oarrations, lline mnd farnu, Thioo, with pretty goll brooohos, wore tho gifro of tho brido. groom, Mr W, lroon, jun., gvn thue brido awny, nod Mr. , , Svouoey, of Jambor...
KIAMA A. AND H. SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 January 1899
KIANIA A. AND H. SOOIETY A oosaittlin fdeeting of tse above Soctiey was hold festorday afteurnoo,, tlidre being preseant--MHosere. T,.Brown (Presidoent), Ja?. Wood, J, Pike, H,. T, obb, ., llhrpo, T, and J, James, 1, iole, J. Love, A. Nicholson, 'V, Grey, f,. Gardon, II., OoGalley, F. Frodorioks 'nil the Secretary. The inoominiog ?orroespondunco included the following items : ileeisvoLRNT eoosarT, From Miss Kenyon, applying for p.rmission to take up collections at the forthcoming show in aid ofl the Bono veolnnt Society of Now South Wales. Permission was granted. FIIER WINI EK[IIBITS, From Hooking and Go., in reference to tile testing of their wine at thie shows, which the Committee htd do. aided not to allow at the cosilog show, stating that the prohibition of testing the wine could only eminate from som personal riotivo of some members; as their men bad always dondudtod them. solves as g6nt\oleon. However, thoy obttred acaeo ot wine, valued at £2 2., as a special prize for best la...
RELIGIOUS CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 January 1899
RELGl1IOUS --4- 1IIORO0 OV ENGLAND flryma Service will be conducted on Banday nort, by the Rev, 0. i. Gibboe, as follows I Klama, 1] atm. Gorringona, 2.00 pim. 0lam., 7.130 pim. 9orenaea wiII be conducnted n the Vhornh of Enqland, Jnmboron end Shnlli anboer, on cindoy noot, by the Rov, B. Stephen., ea fIehwe: Jamberoo, 11.en.. Whellharbour, 7.00 pmi
KIAMA SCHOOL OF ARTS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 January 1899
KIAMA 0SCOOL Oi ARTS THE Committeo ofI the above mot at the rooms on Thursday evenlhg, whot there were proeseltt: *- Mtesersr Alkt. Nicholson (President), G, D. HaIlnmilton, W. J. Cooks, J. Weoton, J. A. M'Lo?la, O. Wodc, Dr. Terrey end the soc. atetry. FINANOCE The Treonaurer's stateomont ahllowed a oredlt balance of £8 19s to date in eoe noation with the Curreot account; ai:d the Bliding Fund aeoonunt remnind the sapmo as at the previous mootlg., tCCOUNTS. The fllowing aocour.ta wore passed for paymen ?-.Kinia Ga s Company, 14e id; Carotak,~, 1 1'Sd. lEI'ORT1, The carotaker's roporp showed an Im prorement In the number of members for the pest yoar, the present numbar bolll 110. Nine msore volumo of the 8tr sorinsn of now books for the library had boon ro. anlved.", The attendance at the roomea doring theo month was 234; 248 books were lsuened, leavlng 34 toin the library; usobscrlptlons amounted to £5 12es lid, end the viletore box fees is lid. In conneelon u wIth the Work Sulab. ...
WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 January 1899
WS SL1nYAO nwIlTODIor. Servioeg will bo oondctotod in thie WVosley. an Ohurohoas on Yunday, as follows : EKims, 11 a.m-Mr W Oornford Klamn, 7,30 p.m,-Rev J WV Moore Jamberoo, 11 o,m.-Mr G A Somorrillo Jamboroo, 7,30 p.m,--Reov. TI. Whenn Gernlngong II am,.-Ror; U Whoor Gerrlingong, 7.30 pm,-Mr. W Ournfoord Shellharbour, 11 om,-Rev J W Mooro
ANOTHER BILE BEAN MIRACLE [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 January 1899
ANOTHER BILE BEAly IVMilACL Mil J. J.A, Foli.l, GONERAL DBALEtI, PUIIIIO, OUItI) OF SEVErIi LIVER CoalPLAI' ANIJ INoIuBOTIO. Mit, J. A. FouIIm, a well-known gonoerl dealor, of Dublio,' N;, W,, hvilng written to the Bile Ben Manu. foturigR C0o,, oppribsing.t(i: r'o hili having boon corod by Bilo B9ean'" iinri offiring to have theo mater nado"pub. lie, a reportor was deopaotoh~l from tlIn r Dulbbo LiMbral" to interview the, oitihqtlan, Mr, 1FOrdor coummonsoad biy stating that he voluntarily camoe ,forard to givoe particulars of the wonderful rodult of Bilo Beans far llioseness in hi case, Ies thon pro. coeded :-" Icontracted my illnssu at the d(amond flold, [Kimborley, South Afrlol, in 1880, where I was overseer for't4e Odamnanta Mininog oompany. I sufirbd so muah from liver complaint th at had to resign my position, being quitolunfit for work, The nedioal man was under, a firat-olass phyei clan, ptrongly advised me to leave the work and the olony, for if I remained thorb waa.n;ithlng...
BERRY A. AND H. SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 January 1899
BERRI A. AND H. SOCIETY ---------t- Tla commltteo of the Berry Agrloul. teral Aasoclatlori met on Friday after e000o A PROTSST. Mr. John M'Lolland wrote oprotoetlng againsat the prize boing awarded to the snooasful oxihbitor in the collection of farm produce,' on the ground that the selletlon contained more than csho nam. bor of varieties specilied In that soection In the schedule. it woe decided that the persons con* eerned be suetmmond.to atteoud a meeting t o ibe hold on Tuoeday. Ja'Taery 17, at 2 p.m,, when the meatter will be consldorod, AccoUrsTo. Vaious accounts for labour, catering, prlntlng,'advertising, ato,, i connection with the recent lshow, were passed for psy~monm~.t; A RIECBIONATION. Mr. 0. U.GOray forwarded his reealn tion as a obmillttoman, but It was decided to askm Mr, G(ray toreconsider the matter. THlE PRIZE MONEY. Thie qoestlon of paying the prien money won at tlie lito show was then conlsidetrod, The leilaw providlng that no exhibitor bhe alloiwed to take mor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 January 1899
ITEMS OF INTEREST -.--t ORIOKETWINO MATE?RIALS . Alwnya Kept i ,tooak--G, J, Prott. To Ininonotto is the Inational tiowor of atin, Wlyu doPe a sculptor dio an honaaet onalit Baecauo he loneas nfl chleolling, Tol number of pdoplo who spoak Eng. Ilal is .aid to bo lii,?S,000,. 'T'IIP. is a breopd of dogs io Ruseia that nra usiablt to bark, IN oyo.any a clock. haM boon msade that lin wrrnld to g6or 9000 yeoars. No loss than tivo eystoms of !law nru In uoih orf riioany.; 'risn ara ier iohis ieile In rond whore Irsleh a taught, qT, Pcrooiannuolb l the unhoethleetb qasptuldlt in :uropo, Woanotho tongueo s loat the lIfo will spoik losiaoat, Im. rollgpon .oaos mjslhing it .m?lpot moon abaolutstIruthfbuln-t ' ' No man cn tall ul--t i... tries to got along withIout lQd'as Ihop. .PTinioa is latrlo mJs~s by~ amill oreas, on tlins bygoat t 1ni,. Tle only auro w~(y to hav a f(inLd is ,to :be riopd. Oon propoo sbrighton on the Infux of, bettor thoubhtls, RUsnoa rall-troad' 'trl?its Ihavo nnloklng ...
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOUR WORK [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 11 January 1899
OHRISTIAN ENDEAVOUR WORK Tire uaril woekly proyer moutlinr, fol. lowrd hy a abrort buelnoer mooetirig, war rnid in carrnnooiion with tihe Klame loynir Y. P . a: Ii, i'Titonr ay nit tlrat, wiertere in wei Ii fair attenrdanrroa tless Iinmrerbly lud tire oelriog, thu topic nuder cornalrerentlri being Thne Angola' i'reeneee for the New Yuar." Followbig tire oepoieg devoilornl exorolron, thin tIpla wina briefly dealt notith by tire morn born, eoie ndbr and eloes teoln intorveninhng; Tire Preoldot (ReuJ. W. ..Moore) nfluri word cellndfon tho Oremmintis rorla wileio wore prerented by tihe eoronal eon. veerf m. Tihe i'ruealdonrt threin aegroated vorlour r nyo of doing trotter eork for tire Bioolty,, iii n~rg a good necinelrg to a are tie ior et o b t iiroen eorieon eee tLooreoer cromrstr ni, Sine our rinel repert irn Aurrrt, 1898, we Am prleeged 10 plateto t11 bIho rorw na. aooiela moltierrin iidve jiirrd thiir 80loaeiy, in t e o trh r rr uoprr :oonit tIey too 1ti1 become roemhrirora, itrri...
A CLERGYMAN AND HIS POWER TO PLEASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
A OranovotAN An HIs Powin TO PLsoa.-A venerable white.hanired old clergyman recently preached in the parish of a friend, lie had hardly got nok to the vicarage from the church when the door boll rang, and a charming girl of eighteen asked to seeo him, li1 recoived toer. They talked )abou tho sermon and other things, until Ilnally sithe asked, 4illidentially " 1Oh, won't you please givo me a look of your hair P" "Certainly, my child," said the old gentleman, flattered at the request, "I'll nsend it to you in the morning," And he did, On his return home he had oive more requestl of the sameo kind, and ho proudly boasted to his wife that he was glad to ace that he had not yet lost his pwor to please. All wont well until his ifeo received this note :-"Dear Mrs. Won't you pleaose ask your husband to send me just a little look of his hatir? \e havs all boon taking lessoeons in making hair Ilowers. So many of the girls asked him, and ho nout It to them, that I thought I would rather ask yo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
1the Australian Trouble. "Ner es" -irritated, over-sensitive; senses, particul arly h avy, so that a sudden noise, or any repeating, fidgety sound tortures; headache, sometimes; neuralgia; depressed, irritable temper--in short "WORRY "- the Australian Troiible, All these things are curable. They result from the hurried, nerve-exhausting conditions of our life. A healthy man does not worry; tho cure is to remove the cause. The cause is nervous exhaustion; the curbe is ' tone up the nerves." Dr.Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People are an immediate, and unmistakeable nerve food and nerve tonic. They healthfully stimulate the nerves, and keep them stimulated. They cure the poor, worried, jaded mind and temper- throu'gh the nerves;, give strength directly to the weak, tired back and spi.ne ;. fill tired, dejected, overworked men and women with cheerfulness and neW ainbition, and real, serviceable, work-producing energy.. The first box proves it; but the first box--and the last--must look...
Miss Cockatoo. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 14 January 1899
Mins Ooekatoo, A certain maiden lady, MiNa Onokor by nami, and liar mlone, who bore the Iiani ugno?niO, wOant one evening to a rocnp ion at thei house of a froiend, anhnt Homo, pleao4' inquired tho norvont, Mina Oookor,' aneworod the older lady, laMinen eooker, too,' Joined In the oleo, hltrriodly, Whioroupon the lireling oponed the drawio. room door, and with all the digity oat lia proaoaeion auhioreuh them Ito aite maiht of the oempeny Withi the antionononinot I 'Mime Uooker mad Miss okmatoo I'