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SHAKESPEARE'S LAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 April 1899
SHAKESPEARE'S LAW. " Lord Campbell, ai former Lord Chief Justice of l.iglail, in the year 1659 publli?hed a hook entillhd ' 9hakrlpearn's Legal Aciuirle. inoials,' i whioh lie submitied fthree-and.wenty of the 37 plays to a somewhat olone rxninfin tion, and deduced therefrom a lraoge number of examplnes IIluostative of legal knloolldgo or oqueaiotance with teohalonil terms on tie parlt of the nauthior,. Abroudiufg no are thiae law iphrases, points, andil metnphor,, the nmarirvel Is thiat they aro alwayacoouroto alid pproprirloel u?in,. There Il never it oiatoke. 'While inouovells and dramlatitlll,'alas (ncmpbell, are constantly omaking mlitaken an to the law of marriage, of wills, arid of Ilnheritiaoe, to lihrkeaspare's law, laieahly as hie iprofounina it, there anr be tio delurroer, no bill of exception, io writ of error." Malny of our greidest dramaltit--W'ycherley. tleiulnontl, ord, Coigrove, cnli other -wern Iewlera, but uoo of Oithem Ia sound knowledfge of law equal lled hakeap...
CURIOUS CIRCUIT CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 April 1899
CURIOUS CIRCUIT CUSTOMS. dome shigular custom in comnttliont with the frcuitte still linger In varcons palts of thet, counttlry. Un at Newca.tle datoes from the tiume when the contry betweent the 't'yoe and th, Tweed wasn Ilable to Ia sles iecureionr front the North I " (il the conclusion of thie blsotiers of the anrizes, the mayor and other mcenbers of the Corplration, int their gowum, nill Ithe fortttr watiugdu h is chatin of oilie, wait Illit the joldge at their offcial oalgtngaa Then the mayor thus nddrau?sn them-' ly lords, we have to cot grllfatoeyonupontt htv?l competoted yotriabonttr in this sanilelnt town, acd hat v also to itlnformt youe that you travel hcano to Carlisle, throagh a Ilorder country tmuch ntttd Olt n inf, ated by the $eota ; we therefeuro reeent each cf your lord. hips with a piece af tumoney In buy therewith a daggel r to defend yourselves.'" The cmayor thou givens the senulor judge a aolt pleau of the reignt of darmer I. tarcaed a laroo bun, andl to ie jun...
TERRAGONG COMMON ALDERMAN M'CAFFREY SPEAKS OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 April 1899
TERRAGONG COMMON ALDERMAN MW'OFIeREY SPEAKS OUT. AT the Kiama Oouncil mooting on Thutrsda, a letter was received from the Shollharbour Counoli, suggesting that a conference of the Kiumne, Shellharbour, Janiborno and Gorringong Councils take piece at an early date with raference to tho Terragong Commnon. The ltotter also stated that the Shollharbour Council was agrooctlo to take over a reasonable amount of rosponalbility in the matter. The Mayor said he was in favour of the appointmenot of a treast outside the Counoil ahogother. Alderman Wells agroeed with the Mayor. The Government commoencod the work ond lot them or flhh it. If a trust wve up. pointed, whart relation would the Coutcil stand to it? The ihayor t None at all, Alderman flindmarah maid all on the deputation unduratond Itho Minister to soy tihe Councile would have nothing to do with the OCmmon. Mr. Carruthere unked each Council to suggest a trustee, and said he would camo to Klama and confer with them and arrrtgu matters ...
OTHER WOMEN'S HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 April 1899
OTHER WOMEiI'S HAIR. Thi il thie intl of your when the foreign delers In wt lvn'rrl lair (detaitch theiolr ageits tio thi erca a lortoliior which are the ohhif nlrtkelr fhr that umirnodlty, Ilelgium, Swltzer. Iter, traly, Norway, tiid iSwedent, tho d(iipi t. ments (t ILn (rearst, Ptoy..DDllome, Itaii. Vii one, anrd clamo others in PranceO, aire now iiin- hlatrl, inn by tho e l?nge iitis, whio ottInd it the fllr nld iliolnu the villago alidrins with soft word, Al thu illlireiririto of callowy hIt irinerxpsve tarinkts and artiletn of fenrile rttir, to halrtrr away that plhyilcol inioruriut of the sex which &Iftrd lt Mutnset hall ailly terimed "n tiity iegal mtliitr, Oft? 01 a blighter go ttlei Mir thau Iuidit holirey, or it deeper ltk ihii thli rturr 's wingi," It freqriently itnppins that tiro aillauo rlitrieu uinitunt hie lrte iti a mirorey paymno t to part with their hair-they aippear to rnildeiir It hun llaing to li take oney In oxachnuge for It hiut will ghiolly ,cui lt a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 April 1899
AUTIINTIO AItIDID AL OPINIONS WOiT' ItNOW ND, - Ur, Oohornu vovol "I ieo SANDIIRt & SONS IEUOALYPTI JXTRTUP as na spray for otwl ontarrh, lawI favor, notihma, &o,, with grant uwonso?, I Mid thin saupriar to All othur," Dr. Stahl C haveo ood varr one propartallone of l?uolyltua, but I got grootor rozult (raino SANDIltl & SON8' IIOAhYPTI tAX'L\OT than (rom any ,theor" Dr. Prootont II lavor too 11y ]?uon Iphlan p~rolmrution other than ANDtIw & 'S)NS'nIoul d t ah other to bo ahuont ueolaoa," Dr. Hiart " It gnna without nryyhJt that SANDIOIR t SONS' ICUOAGYPTIO ]CKTRA'CT, io the bht Ih' t toarkot,' Ito hiluotent, all favors, throat and lung troublo, diph. thelw , di?rrthro, dyaontory, kidnoy aam1 jl1l1to, rhloomotaom, woiundl, opral1o oluoro, ito., It To lovoiowhlu, Soo that yonot 8ANDI?I & SONS, and rojiot Sloon o proprlriatons i are l ooroo tn1qy nupllod by uneoartpulatn Gonlorn,
SOUTH COAST NEWS APRIL FOOL'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 April 1899
SOUTH 00AST NEWS FROM VARIOUS SOUIECEO, --o- APeIcL FOrO's Dy. lla. 0. 1, hriOaa o lar, for Tuosdny next, le ndvertlseaod to.day. Tire Jamboron Fotrel i11 Inh will hold it aetil or Eraticr Mo?ilday right. --~---- o .. i .... ,. "&lt; or ii tfMrry' ro .-.-...Qave.nt,-wallo1tr ,onrg, eroltd £27, Aideraman ,|Ciit? aoy irrtematerd err Thursdiay that hie iniinehd rerlgiriig hlii neat En the [Karin Cornoli. lien, liIuti iu?e riO e her i nIeld ant at fullI, and departed it srattle t rho oar rirgorig dlihricit, A ILrvroo of alid On the UInrdiiiorra Caoi Weork sur hMciriei irs bonr ohlu in Syd ney for £200, Trhe YOraIrg iMa'Oi Aesorrieheou in cOir. erctin wilth Si Mitichlirs Church, ioi. lIongoig, iar 00 Iriemibern, Ti rRoad n upceriht(enret (Mr. (i, ( , Mullen) i ealling for teariern for vririur rend work r i teoday's isure, Fire Rev, ii, W. Taylor fainrted while ofilolaririg it St Saviourr% Bulil, the oihro day, ann autalneod a runty bruiro, Tri Kiae smCa Orurrll rIrootinig wns at ...
KIAMA COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 April 1899
KIAMA COUNCIL Tile above Oouncil met on Thursday, oil the aldermen being present except Aldorman Pike, The Mayor of Jam borneerooo (Alderman Oraig) was alsom present, the M?ayor of Kimma estlting that ho had nlted him and th? MAyor :f Shollhar hour to the mooting at the instance of Alderman M'Olfiry. The WATIC sUip'Ly. A letter was roceived from the Publig Works Department, forwarding Ai plan of the proposed rotieulAtidn oaren, and otat lig that the cost of ineoreoaing the servicoe reservoir from n 4t to a 0 days' supply would te £300 i alon that it was not in Ilided to olnk the renorvoir into tihe rook. A further loetter was osleo received stating that the pipos would shortly be forwarded and onking that the Council havoe them unloadod and staoke3 at tIhe Diepartment'se expenso; alolan that as soon as they wore deliveroed stopslO would be taken to have them laid. Aldorman Woells omsidered £300 was too much for the extra 1j daye' supply, anod explied that thlie cat could be cut down...
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 April 1899
ORIOKET ON WOdneadNY ana~i~ roproanBNlq (Ito Nna lNO rjn~~ m10t Ntiii heaNter piioi, 11o vlaltoi n, who mlii vary hnplotly uy ntor. lnoadr prcwliii viol orlini nn Ilto hinlminog maoron will show I .1 Miller, I1 1V Iniklnr ....", q8 1' J)dt,i. inulrod . . . , It 111lulirnro 0 [fooel, 11 Walkor ,4 'V Nolowi, h iNaomno . 1V Divon, 1 3ihloy ... , ,,. 18 It Ihlitlor, 1) PlokninnI ,.,.. 2 11 I.Tiwliny, rntllri1( ... ., 88a IV Nllnll~t, h liohomnwe ,, 0 1) Nnll,'y, not not * .., ., Il A 111olillt h 110111111,A1 ..,, 0 8ownlnloo ...,,., , It MAMA.l 178 D Vlwloy, Is Dolha ... .. 19 11 IWalker, 1) olto ... 0 11 Piolcooiao1, rowill , ,, , 123 8 II trot, h Poltto ,, . . 0 Ilnonrlon .. ,. ,. 10 lINvol wilooloa Par,,. .,,t191
General Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 April 1899
(eneral Information, A Hindo jury cnsioa?s of hfive persons. The lirst photograph was taken In July, 183119. , Cotton of twolve different colours grows in Peru. No previous Prince of Wales has been a grandfaltor. It is said that women criminals have largor hands and fooeet than average womllen. All printed advertisemnents in Russia have to be edited by tlihe Chief of l'roiio ini each district. The Suez Canal cost about £20,000,000. The stock is chiefly owned by Brit ishu s. Sixty thousrand elephants are annually slhughtered in Africa for the sake of theiruivory, It is the cuatomL of Porsian ladios, whenli they make soolal calls, to throw roses at ol0o nillot her. in moust German facturie" the girls are forbidden to wear corseuts during working hours, A perfeootly prolportoluned luanl woiglhs Ltwoty-uight pounds for overy foot of The wonunu of Finland ro?ard a kiss on the lips ns the greatest inlsult to whioi tbly oua be subjuected, even frosm their hubosblds, A lchlist saya that a0s...
Turning the Tables. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 April 1899
A UoIILIeIgii~t~, c1IiiIi~~ at, n Irlatid's LWo yoUli1~ 111011, who tttuigd thoinaohvos hh huraihn~ hihot Iota rhthlcuho, After snow h too, he aohh to th~oot It seoros, guohho:oott, you tetia mc oltiter for u fool or oo one hot I oco osiltre yet:, ytmo ero ,nhatitktot , r~ I cot cohy uittlog betwhxh thte two,
A Bit Particular. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 April 1899
A lilt IParticul;ar. 'Savo mu I von mu I' aho cried, us bur hoad rotau abovu the water, and she grnaoped a plank Iloating by. ' I bu? your parduon,' hIe replied fraom the bank, ' but I want it distiootly udertrlood that I ant n married mtlt with svoen childrno.' SYesa, yesa; save nto,' s shriekeod. SThon there'll be no falling into ony arms, adl calling mo praeserver, will SOh, io, tno.' Anld you won*t innist on marrying mio for my hroio cotd ntot 1' 'No, N o ; only savo ttO I' All right, I'll tickle the job,' Itoh rsitapdoed, its ho threw aside his conit. ' You moe,' he explained, just before divling itt, II wa oaught bjy onu of those dodges once beifore, and thtt's whly I'm tiarriod ; it mikas mO It bit ptarticular ilt1W,
Ready for the Slaughter. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 April 1899
lReady for the S1nuight(er. Reooetly, ill n atmall viliigo in Mid. lautds, it group of wO0ometOOt stood gosoipiitg iin the stroot. A tramp, going by at the lime, heard theo comnplaining about the Ilol, and how they had beau infosated with them this ttnunelr, li interrnptted the tonyoratitno, aod nskted the wtomon wthat they would give him if ho were to kill thorn, Onlo wotmnt said site would give him live hillinigs anttd a diinneor. So the tramp took the job. 'iThe crowd went to thie house, and the woman lirat gavo his it diltor, and atid sie wottuld give him tie live shillintga whten ho was done. lie agr?ed to this, and Iaid : ' Thon I will omltill( e, ?il n Fir't of all, fetch te a mallet.' Sithe fetched him a mallet. * Now,' tohe aid, ' fobh eo the Ileni, ntd I'll kill tihe blotmitg lot tof 'at,'
A Ruse That Didn't Fail. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 April 1899
A Ruse That Didn't Fail,. Sourme time ago an Irishmanll, having a long journey to go with a wheelbarrow, and foulingt more inclined to be carried in the barrow than to wheel it, decided upon taking a short out. To' do this, he would have to pale throught the private demonse of acertain gentletman, and Pat was afraid he would be cauglht trespassing. However, he decided upon entering it. When about half way across, ie saw the gentleman coming towards, him; oand knowing that he lihad not, a0 yet, been discovered, he hit upont the follow. ing clover dodge to outwit the owner, Turning the barrow around, Pat proceeoded very slowly in the opiposite direction. Soon ihe was observed, and ordered to halt, which he did, The owneor, cotitdg up, exOlaimted furiotusly SLoak here, you rascal, what do you mtoan by trospantssing (lo ttiy grounds ?' 'hiure, yer honour,' said iPa't, 'the day is so hot. I was only taking a ashort cut.' 'Youi hind no right,' was the irate rejoinder. ' Go back at once.' ...
No Room Inside. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 April 1899
No ioonln IndIte. A good utory Is told of u shoumakou , who m1elo thu 0xo0e0 to o1tultlOr Itht h1o h1d ut 11oishud his hooltI hoonulu It h1d rofood ovury doy auloou tho oepu.r IRhtted I' uxohfluod the naluniIhld iptron Iwoff, what hod thut to do witlh it 7' f t hfod a good oenl to cia with it1' nuid ho ohblor, *Whon .[ tnako your hoota, I'vo got to do it out of doors, for I h vout't root:1 fu toy shoIp tI f1 I c U't work outt of doorsu ti roily weolthur,
Six to Two. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 April 1899
Mix to 'Iwo. A man old hi. wifu, who wore both foiil of ' light' refriahiieote, wore oin day oehinniliii how they might get a dri.u ?nid the wife: ''Lhke oil thli coat, roll tii ihi aleoves, Iii thlt iarrow wl' alones, arid whuil it hao t Spiilteir cJewr, 1nd if thi' lilndlf rd so11 ! thoe thiia ntio for i drink.' 1h0 did au, alid h|at |ote gon|e far, whoe the hnlolhurd abouted: .Ikhih hoe Co gottln ii Jib 1' I hev t hot,' enitl ,Jakle. S\Y'ell, colie in nid hii le iahtt,' lii d1d no, and, rtisr drilkling hil nCihii niit, 1 wnale hm tol Infort hia wiltn t, hi on ternsa° All, Al Cali hntl thee,' Ah1o 1 ltid, * for whlll the wor gooll .I allwned i I ,hl neit for ii iih, a1111 lie ileil h ix twwolpolielorth wet hr'
The Royal Shovel. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 April 1899
'Thle IRoyfl Mlhovel. A stomutitnwo wll young otilcor in the tlutrds, Ihaving fallon upon ovll times, w ta ? polnled to throw up bla oom. oision tlad ownlit is at private. Ib found it imtposniblo, hwovor, to forgot 'li formur ponltlaot, and on onol oicasni, bwing reqrlueto?ed by the nuorgoant to purfornt sOuIto teioueary duties with aI slptdo, Ito roemarkeod * Er-sorg?ttnt, yott forgot-or-that I havo hold Ior Mnjosty's otmiaenilon.' Tho norgetant looko att ha, nld olnid : * \Woull, ntow, you'ng tiott, I reckon yout will havo to hold Ilor Mojoaty' blooming a ovtol,'
"Stick No Bills!" [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 April 1899
"N liec No Bills t" A cortnin echuolboy, Billy B3riggs, Played truant one liha morn; ills father eaught lain, and the piouth I Iogrettelod ho'd been burn. The Irate father raised hist cano I To' ntrik,., hi..,..h , o,,. tvi~ *]eoully nl]'eed a rut, lip tvhiol to at.1, t le tunl. Bufore the cano daneetded he Right lustily did banwl: " Look, father, look I" atld pointed to A board upon a wall. .Anud then that pareolt thanked hli stars That iaIaghtior aeldom kills, For, looking up, he shrieked with mirth, Ontt ru?nding, "Stick no Billsa I"