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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 18 March 1899

CON01MlalllT1YaI. Invn011 nennmxnONO. gorvioee will be cnnductd on Snlby next by the Rev. T. Moore, R otllows - Oongrenotlnnnl Churoih, at 11 na) Coneregotlinnl Ohurch, at 7.80 ;iO.m, OhristinEn fen luvo r Saciety every Tuosday ocenice o t 7,0 n, in.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH COAST NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 18 March 1899

SOUTH COAST NEWS A IrlrTAInn liorneo.h?tn horn rin.to.I to Mr. (., Tory, proprietor of Tory's It tnl, Dno, atran Tottwot and wife nld Ron leveo atl trip to England ot Io l 25th instnnt. 3Mlt. 0, Botr,tx has rorivrrlI non order for theo m?nrlfactirn of 1t0 mitt cone, and it negtottllin t for 50 more. AT tho Itstnnon of M'r. fitrvnyr.r True. ontta rang of tomn are now at work ro* pairitlg the dralrr on Trrrgnolg Swainp,. A ,n?oirrtl of Inoot itemrn, ilnol iln Werlnoedlnv'n Shrilhnthour fllncl' report, are unavtVoihdably hold o\'r ill loite isettO, Yre.R? nnyt, A r, Mr'Torehlnn (9aorniory to theo Inilwrn COnnorlniiltnor) rand prly htld a rn rdo nwl n fr rni Kilmno, for lihe purlrnoo of testin eoveornl inew corridor AT,onP.nurA, M'OArP'rrav yonordlny after. noon1 lnformed us Itht hn htod roenrird n tolteram from Ithe i rlhonne lrnllihll, alttine that tio hrllthr /Mr, hr rank Caffr?ay) wihro in it rr.e'anor a rnlirrht thiorn e?iffo?llr froml lyphllld fovor, wna prn-. groeling n woll ns o...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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OBITUARY DEATH OF MR. JOHN CONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 18 March 1899

OBITUARY DEATH OF MR. JOHN CONDON. Deep regret was expressed on Satur- day afternoon last when it became known that Mr. John Condon, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Condon, of   "Myee," Albion Park, had passed away   at the early age of 32 years. The news, however, was not altogether unexpect-. ed, as Mr. Condon had been in declin-   ing health for a long time, his last serious illness dating from about three years ago, when he had a severe attack of typhoid fever, which so weakened his system that he never afterwards regained his health. Some four weeks since, thinking that a change of climate and scene would conduce to his physi- cal improvement, Mr. Condon's parents took him to Bowral, where he would have the benefit of pure mountain air ; but after a week's stay there, and find- ing that the change was not having the desired effect, at his own wish he was   conveyed back to his parents' residence. Here, however, in spite of ski...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SNAP SHOTS [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 March 1899

SNAP SHOTS (Fnoet O?ANao "LaAue,.") The Evening Nuews " explains that the lato Mr,.W, Stool was the poliwe magistrate at Tenterlinld israion To lls wiTu,. "t is the carufulness of the Sydney paper in matters of d?etil that e so admirable, [ Murder is always hfound out " says the adage, ]t may ho; the trouble is that the murderers gonerally get away. She wase such a swoet irl, but she was such a strong toctotnler that she jilted her sweotheart ocause he had coekecrew curls. The man who eouldn't seu any danger in looking for the gas escape with a lighted candle cannot see anything at all now, Shakespeare nys : " Uneasy lies the head that weare a crown." At *hat rhte' all heads lie uneasy, because they all have crowns, A fit of the blues A bobbhhy's uni Several of our sauhscrilbeors are " un. rremitting" in their kindness, The first Instance on record : \When Elljah succueed in setting fire to, the place where 13Bnal was refused, Teacher : What is an inspector? Boy: An innlspectre is a...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 March 1899

To s?e my ulkileq Is to iuy thorn. Pay ment c nay Iland pr'lles 11 ait ?Y, Dwy ti*'s Coach Factory, Wolltiuing.--O. PE~RFUM~ERY. Peir Prumery Mud All Other 'loilct All that~ a man wantslf hero below hi a lIttle toore lhon ho's got. SEEDS I N4EDP I Sok Larfo Anrtlmeno t of E. HlornN nd . ?eiiablo ode, at-0. J, I,'ROTT''S UoLLOwA,'t £M0 IloNun would not be thought too large an amount to pay for the blessirng of health by many wretched sufferers who b )day and night are tfor. turod'with the rao'ing paine poculiar nto gout and rheumatism. Reollef, howover, can beo procured at a much leson cost by the aid of Holloway's fills and Ohltmont. The former are of no purifying a nature. that a few donms taken m timo are an offeatoal preventive against an sttAik of either, The Olntmont should eI thorough ly rubbed into the parts affecteod at lanst twico a day after they have been ufli clendly famotmtod with warm water, which apons the pareos and facllitatna the ointro dunllon of the ninltnent lol...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 March 1899

ITEMS OF INTEFREST Q~x good sooonuI.Iind biaylo fotr t~o at W. DWvaoo'.r Onnoh Firotory, 1VuIloii gong,-J

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KIAMA STOCK BOARD [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 March 1899

KIAMA STOCK B)ARD Tilet re ntdtling for the cdurrent year ,f tho,Ktriima I[aitdree antd Stutti Proteco ti toa rrd wa? held yeslerday attreornon1 tUere hte'i Iireant -Mdisdare, '. Browns It T. Rbh, .1,. T'hlirt',an It. Gtaht?m, J; James And W. Dynmock ii.OTlOti OP Oi'liiti . 11r. onims woAe lneed President for the noeming your, omd M1r. Oymook Treenefer, T'ie %TOOK TAA. it was decided not to take any actiton in connec.ion with ai letter from the Goult hurn B?ar, asskiti the Kiam Board to' alsti theum in liptroaoh ig Old Draldwdod Board to indutu shoet to oter their rdao* lutlion not to strikeo a teck tes this ?uar, 0S it was weotll-known ithat tie Braidwood district was ovur'ruo with noxious ani. male. Theo ruane for rvfusing to take notion woo huonuai it was thought Lithamb though they mighti nit strike a tnx this would not debar them from col noting soalpl, as they might have at sntlijeont surplus in hand it mtabluh them to ptay for thouIt. ttloA1tftERt'8 4TATEAIKNT, The Trcnasuror...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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SHELLHARBOUR COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 March 1899

SHELLHARBOUR COUNCIL -4----. Tl.e above Council met on \Vnrlnes day last; wieh tihere weae praenut :- Alderuin L R, Mood (1?ayor), J. Fras?r, .1. East, W. Fryer, 0. Itdninin gor, J. Dawes and E, Couch. FINANO,. Acootintq amouritrig to £30 la 101 were passed for payment. , GooREStPONXi0eR, Mrs, Carroll, Shcllharbour, wroto and complaineod of having no entrance for vehieles to her dwelling, and on the mortion of Aldermen East and supportod hy the Mayor, the making of an entrance was left with the Im. provemoent Committee From the Treasury it was Intimated that the Nuieonuo Provention Act would come into operation in the bhrough on Mrrch 1. Aldorman Fraser moved tihat the matter etand over, the Mayor and the Oleric in the meantime to ascertain all (iarticulads, The motion was secondod by Alder man Dawes, The Mayor supported the motion, believing the introduction of the Act would cause great improvements. The motion was carried, a special mooting to be convened if necoesary. The Unlor.S...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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Illawarra Railway Service. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 March 1899

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Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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A SEARCH PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 March 1899

A SEARCH PARTY A ,."ry oneloiang of two indlvi. duals, who happoned 'to ho twin bro thore, by the name of Bile Bonen, eat nat to make a enarch of the interior of a lot ofSycneypooplo, Bad livor's aotion, oon, tipation and indiuootion, the reoanit of hot weathor, was the thaiee of the ex. ploration. Theoan mild gentle, but eanrohing emall vegotablo explorers are so thorough in their detione that when their work th inlohod, woll. drained, clean, wholeenomeo roads are the result, Bdle eflvne cllffetr front other rmodleos eomplnyoyed for a snitoilr work in tihe following waya- Their notion I gentloe, thorn in no griping, purging and no ovll after. olooto, t-Their formula th purely voge. table, and unuh drautia ingtouieont an aloon, ounlomel and moroury, ae found in mo?et purgatives, ro emphntionlly and poultively not omploynd, even In theo onoillvet degroo,. Oaontontn may onont when you wise a mttdilino to tlhoroughliy onaroh out an(l got to tihe root of a tiigntivo ailmnont, If It lon,...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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MEETINGS TO BE HELD [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 March 1899

MEETINGS TO B3E IIETA) Protestant Afliatr,w ,~ lnrc mets M~ir. 29, at 1,9') No. It tAIL. meets Ap~il 25. tit 7.4- I,,0. Boni of Toinpama ata, 2u.1, mosta Mad tS 22, .7 0.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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FATAL ACCIDENT DEATH OF Mr. W. H. NIXON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 March 1899

FATAL ACOIDENI' DEATH OF Mr. Wo. H. NIXON. Mn. H??nv W"r.I.tAo Nixon, an old resldent of KICangaroo Valley, and who had many relatives in the dIe trlot, died at the liborry nospltal on Wednesday atoenlng loast from the nlfnoto of injuries recelvod that day through a fall from a horse. The do ceased, it nppoare, loft hie homo at Kanganroo Valley In the morning for Borry, and was later on found lying inslonalbla on tho rnodsido ohout a quater of a mileo fron Berry. No oni known actually what conued the do. naenod to fall, but his horne was found n short distanoo away, the off-side stirrup holng drawn over the near-sldo, and one, side of thbo horne's hbody wan slightly bueeand and nover-d wL.h earth, It Is nsuppoenod thnat tho horme stumbled and fell with its rider, Sixon, though an old man, was known to he a gond horseman, The doooarsd was prompt. ly annvoyed to the Barry Hlopltal, where it was found that thi bone of his skull woas frootured, Ioe delnd in the afternoon without having ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PHASES OF THE MOON [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 March 1899

I'IAS1 S UF 11IL1, MOON Lest Quanrtor 5t1I Now Mooni 12,11

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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KIAMA POULTRY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 March 1899

KIAMA POULTRY SOCIETY A Ou51teTrn meeoing of the above So oiuty was held on 1ilary enight there being present- Meesrn . IV: Craig (in he chair), .1, T, Solon, it, Wir, tiN. Pike, 1t. Ant?d, II. Piekoman, A. Chih holm, S. lail, IV. Abigail. G. Toy, W. .1 King and the Hlon, See. (Mr. H, S. Hindmareh). COOPS WANTP.D. A letter wasn received from the Poultry Club of Now Smthll Walon napplying for the use of the Seinty's oeeps., It was decided to uccept Ihe terms fteored, TIe toai JUDOlr, Mr. C. COjrt Ric0 wroit acceopting lite position of judge in ihe dogsi neotinh SPECIALM nF'PERRn., The fellowintg anecil priznn were an lnoiuned t ira. iHarld OC iloll, Iwe ope ein',e of ltirchi end Wyndonte egua (each valued at £1): loeer, It, II M. Hamnilton (Presitde?t of the Poliry ilub of New Reuth Vnles) 10os d, tn he ad:ied to the P,?tnry CIth'l medal, eand t 0 lid for the boat bird of the popposite asex to tho winner of the Club's oedal ; Peacy Robb 10 ld, to be allotted nc the Com mlittoo though...

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KIAMA BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 March 1899

llAMA lIEN i'YVlA N l' SUOCETY. The ahovo Society meets en tho Qirai Tueodey in eovry M.111h in the lynaleyan school [fail, ctollevitg C,,nmnitlOO meats ovary al tereele T'oenlay-nont rolievieg day 28thl aThrnh N. I1OLDEN, lion, Son.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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ACTION ON A LEASE NEIL v. M'ANENE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 March 1899

ACTION ON A LEA-E NEIL v. M'ANENIE. In the 1uprome Onurt on Monday, hbo fore the chief TJustice and o jury of four Mr. PrinR and Mr, Bilnokott, enstruoted hr Monnrn, J. Dowsonn and Soon, appeared for the plaiottl, ontl Mr. Garland, io riiatoed hby Mr, K. Ryan, of Klama (by Mr. A. W . . Wenver), for the dofendnt., This we an noation hr reght by iolen Neoll ngninst Itonry i'Annneo to re-o* cover the oom of £4di, being the amount of rent dute hy ltheia defoendanet for a poriod of nine monthe for onrtnin propor. ty In the [laima dittrict, Plaintit, who is the widow of the tt. \Mr. NitI, for mnany yearsntornager of the dity flank, in the twnrer of a forte known an Ayr Park, In the Kiotrn disntrtot, eti?e?tin of ahbont 60 anror, originally ?nadl tin one Rhobert Jones on thle O'h April, 1891. On tithe 17th october, 188, the lo eas was trans. forred to the dofenlaont, nld on the 28th January, 1888 heo ohtainel from the ptain tiff a lowe nof the Itmd for tito, In the peer 1893 defendant inai...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter And Illawarra Journal, The
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GARDENING CALENDAR FOR MARCH. KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 March 1899

GARDE?NING DALENDAR FUR MAllOIl, IKtitToUP. G+ nes,-Plant and now no cording to seasonl noearly the samo no last month, with theO exception of pumpkins, mielon?nd sBtoeumbors for winter crrps. Prepare ground for 'wlter crops. Orehard.-Wo\eod and loosan toil, Proune and thin orange troos. Ftow.II GAnnIen,-PIrnt late nnurals and dahias for succession - dahlias to hbe staked and attended to. Commenceo planting bulbs, Dig up and store ilies of all kinds, FIe.Lo,-Plant pntantos early thiis month. Sow wheat, Mangol W\urterl If the weather is hot and dry, tnd of the month preferred. Sow fhorley for greon crops. iOrnips, &u. Small kinds of maizo may he tUiI m0,5,. Oolleot soods of sor. ghum ,n +d tiher millets, Out and house rohaco',

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THE RIFLE [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 March 1899

THE RIFLE Tie third monthly shooting of ' Shellharbour Civilian 11Rift16 " • ' b held nn Saturn-w thn, I . " .W nen0. lollowing are "" ,ndteOle -?I lioks, O lhralill, E TR hlipg, M Oallon, 0; JD Allon, l Allen, 3 i J Craig, 4; D Kelloehor, I) 00Con don, 6 F East, T Buokly, 7 ; \V Hickse, T ttowart, 8; J Jones, 0; I. Fitzgerald, It Ihobsrt, 10; J Couch, P East, 12; P Bluckley, C Stewart, 13; 9 't'oohoy, 14 ; J tM'Nabb, 15; 0 Blackwood, 16; E1, 1{oarty, 11 E Alhmnan, 18 ; D Florni man, D Gow T IToohoy 1 Enet, 20, A ntLo rlinatdh was lired on Saturday last heolwooin teonme rep rosonting \Vuollon qgung and Oorrintong clubs, and was won by tlo latnter by 38 points. Tihe vislitors were throe men short and It was decided It shoot with 7 renon aside, 10 abnts at 500 and 600 yards. At the 500 yards range.Ito day wanos all that could be de aired for ahloting, but at 600 yarde sever al of the riflemoen found the light and wind troubloeomeo. Tiles the fourth miatchl btolween those two toants, t...

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LAWS RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 March 1899

LAWS IRELATING TO NEWSPAPERS, 1. Seonsonrnens and advertioers, who do not give oxpress notice to the contrary, recon idereod na wishing to continue their lhbocriptiones and ndvertinsmonto, 2. If hubscribors order the discontin. nmnce of their periodicals, the pblilahor may coltinue to sond them until all oi ar. reoreare pahld, 3. If subearibors reofueo or negioct to take papors from the ofilco to which they are direfted, they are hold rosponsible until they have soettled their bills. 4. If sebacriborn move to otier places without informing thq publishors, and the pep'ors are sent to their former direction, thea uabserihora are reponsible, 5, The courts have decided that re fusing to take periodicals fromn'no cfllco or removing or leaonving thoem unalled for, is prima foals evidence of intontional fraud, O. If persona pay in advanea for a nowapapor or quarturly advortisomont, they are bound to give noie to the pub. lieher at thei end of the limn that they do not wish to continue taki...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 22 March 1899

BUJSINESS NOTICES. 'gr All Adv ~l.arnrn ftunder TWOl be~dIDt will be lue~erted fo e, ad. peid. rer K4 I Ji M gI. Kiama DROWN,- P., IIaker, &c., Manninll I) treol, oppdelto "the Pnst Office, Beet Refreshmsent Reooes in Kima. .,OLES, ALEX.,. Hairdroneser, Tobac. conlakt &o.,,Manning.etroot. BIN'S DRAWING and ITEALING SALVE for saidby W. CIn', Minnan. murra Street. BIN, P," Hoiaeatloer and General Blacksmith, near Dymoak's Auction Mart, Terralong.streoot. OUSINS & SON, Boot and Shoo Mlsanufacturers, Eliamae and Garrln tong. CURRY, .1., Plumber and Ganefltter, near Mr. Ryan a ofilce, Terralong ]t'eet. TYMOOK D. L,, Aunetion Mart, Terralong street. ARR, ALLEYNE, Ohemilat & Drag. gl6ti Torralongatroot, AABBIEL, MR. LEONARD, Dentist, Opponile Post Otlier, KlrrD H OLDEN BlKt., (T'. & F,) Family Blutchere, Terralongetreoot. ENDALL It. O,, General Agent, Torralong.stroeet, 'K NIGHT, o~ Watchmaker ,ý MN.. GHManufacturing Jiewellor, / Klame. Repairsexeout...

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