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Preserving Tomatoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 April 1899
Preserving Tomatoes. From the Agricuttu?al Gazette of N.S. .I. No matter how systomatically we may arrange to dispose of our tomato crops, there will always be a surplus of sound but andorsizcd, oversized, spotted, or distorted fruit, which it is impossible to sell at at profit in a frenh condition but properly haendled, all ouch tomatoes, as well as those that ripen up suddenly, and in excess of valuable packing accorn. todation, canl be turned ioto the most apputising and saleable preserves imogin. able. Indeed, the demand for first clash tomateo preserves is so great that it is not unlikely that many people could mtake a spleodid income by growing tomteatoes solely/ for the purpose of matnufacturiltg seces, jatmen, chutney, itnd so forth, Thie season omanygrowere will in all likelihood havn quantities of untnmarkhettblo tomatoes onil hand, Oand those who wish to kntow the best means of turning to profitahle account what is now unfortunitely very ofteln a wasnt product and ait har...
Wille's First Prayer Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 April 1899
Willie's First Prayer Meeting, During the aurvico hi. father wan naked to offer prnyor and i the nldat of hisll potition a good brother reaponded with a hionrty nun, Willie autirrud tid to paea without remnrk bult wheno it was rlpontod thinking it wan said to draw iha father a prnyor Ito n olono, he could staid It o lonlSor end, rilling in his sent, he oxolnimod in hii aolor, obhlhidlah voleou, I Don't you mind het, !laI youl pray Just as lolng as you wont Whol A tly lhilhta ol your lond you oan't toll whether ho is nlititng or stanlid. Ing, But It is ditlorut with a boo.,
How Bismarck Won His Wife. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 April 1899
low Bismarck Won ills Wife. Johliann von ?PunLkaliiior was just eonteri?g hter twon'tylourth year whoa Bihmarok full in love with her and nought ihor haid. lior plarents were u?tinoih ConiiurvatiivO, iantd an uchthiy wero strongly ucorne to any lunion with the avowed roprOaeniativo of othier oplinions, aind orbado their daughtlor to neoopt the advaniceao of iher nuitor, But llainarck ref i?ud to ho thwarted in any of hila Intentions, nd they found that opponltihn wan neuloan and even dangerous, Finding hhinoelf repulsed, Blaiumaturck adopted a plan whioh mIt with full nuconen, Having beeoon told that ho woubld not he recolved if he called, he hoard that the Pultkniunors were to give o largo evening party, to which naturally ho hald not bocn n. viled, NotLhinlg loth, ho made in appounrnou in the crowded drnwing.roomia, nad oerlang hila armi to Fraullin you l'utt. khatter, he bhidly panned with hoer fromt group to group aind anudlbly informued all tho other gueosts that he wai alllian...
THE FATAL LILIES, The Lady of Larchton Mere. CHAPTER I (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 April 1899
THE FATAL LIL[ES, -OR- SThe Lady of Larchton Mere. CHAPTER I (CONTINUED). They had loved each other very much, th'ese two men; and their hearts opened one to the other. SI will tell you frankly, father,' said Ross, his hanrdsomne (face growing pale with emotion, ' that, when I first heard of this marriage, I did not like it-I was not happy. I could not bear to think of any one else in mty mother's place. But, if you are so happy, I will try to love her too.' T'hat is like you, Ross. I never expected any difficulties from you.' 'Thei Ross laid one arm over his lather's shoulder. Saun not quite sure, sir,' he said, ' that I do not feel just a little jealous of this younger son of yours. I have always been first. I am not sure how I shall like a tival brolther,' Sir Austen laughed; but his lips quivered with emotion. ' You will always be first with mie, Ross,' hIe answered. You know that, The baby-brother can never rival you. lark u I Are those the Larchton bells? How clearly we can he...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 April 1899
nu f a 1II1IL1tMeui~nuaBWIhflfl 8 IIIJd i~r Ilit mudal witorovir It boo ainmpvod Ivkqt nrip zir foo or tull yearn, C Ouil1AP OfIIIAI' I A Largo Ytaooc of Itiwoloni Imintrim rcts, inoiudlin4 VlIsIua, Aaardorcio, Connoort. ion, Mills i~rgvom, &o, &o,, nit-U, 15 GENUINE C L-E :.: RIN" GW S. A' LE Straight Out Spot Cash Prices. HE determination of the undersigned to offer the BAL ANOE-ofhis SUMMER STOC.K and SURPLUS GENERAL STOCK OF DRAPERY at a Sweeping Redtuction, will give heads of tramilies an oppor tunity of buying genuine goods during the next TWO 1ViZO"NTH'S, at prices which must ensure a speedy clearance to make room for the Winter Shipments now on the way from England. The Stock at The Arcade is exceptionally heavy, well assorted, and bought on the most advantageous terms for cash, so that it is a well recognised fact that there is no better value to be had anywhere than can be had at the AR' C A D"E, where business is done solely on its merits minus 'all side i...
Some Epitaphs. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 April 1899
Some Epitaphs; Ile scraped away the mossy spray And eratehed amid the lichen green, Until ho read "IG?to Kelly, dead. Aged twenty-seven. Korosene." Hle acountered on a rod or two, And there lie fouond another one: "MeMos Meleblzidok MoGluo Here lies below. Blow in his gun." Hle turned the corner with a moan, ly thirst for knowledge goaded, An found upon another stone : "Dido't know tihat it weas loaded." Hlero lie ome remoains of poor Christopher Thae rest o him couldn't be found; He mat oin a powder coask smoking his pipe, While the wind blow the oashos around,
Turned the Tables on the Minister. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 April 1899
Turned the Tables on the bilnister. A postman toing his rounds one imornicl rctcently 1ont ct miltnlotor, to whac house he wna going with letters, 'ti'h houso hoing oil' the main road, the postmln naled the Iuintelor it he wo?ul ho thuoe letters up himsolf, 'T!hl mciniiter usu3lly ol'ired, to do so, hibt on this ocslono hio rot?ted, saying fi ge own)k?d on?t 'I'h G(Joverilnment pays you to take thn11 uIp to lmy hotae,' A foew c ys iter, when the postman was going up to the houset with to letters ho moot the ministor running at brauh elcoik spood downi the road, SI'll taikc cy latters I hurrying to ontoh thi train,' he panted. Na, nc, tie Govorncmot pays mo too ta?'t thm up to youlr hoe, was the postlaln's scranatlo reply, w h1l hs oontinued o1n ils waty to t1h manso., Pronpoot t h'!hoy say if 1t haidn't boon fcr hb wife, poor 'lt'anktm would hIwa iiled a drclnkctrd's gravoy,' P'rks na Yco sil hcin hiad him oromatod,'
WAR ENDS EVERY CENTURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 April 1899
WAR ENDS EVERY CENTURY, It is a curious fact, however little real significance it may have, that regularly, since and including the close of the eleventh century, each ycle of a hundred years has been complleted with a blaze of wars. In nearly every instance they were con flicts of importance, and had a decided bearing on the woe or welfare of mankind. They say history repeats itself, and, if it does, the nineteenth century will be but fol. lowing a precedent that is eight hundred years old should it end amid a roar of cannon. At the close of the tenth century there was comparative peace among tile European peoples, or as near peace as ever exibted in those troublous times. There were some minor struggles, to be sure; but they were rather in the way of organised brigandage than real warfare, A throne or two made up the booty for which the highwaymen con tended, and the Danes were massa cred in England in tood, but other. wise the sunset of the old era and the dawn of the tnew were u...
ADVANCES TO SETTLERS BILL CAPTAIN CHARLES ON THE SUBJECT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 1 April 1899
ADVANCES TO SETTLERS BILL CAI'trAiN OCTi?nLS O TIHE SenUJor. IN the Logislative Counioll on W1ednes* day The Hon. 8. Charlos: There is no member of the Houeo who hna a greater abhorannce of borrowing than I have; but when we take Into cennsderation the state of the counotry, we must ~on that it in necessnanry to do something. I have been in thti contrny for over lifty.ive years, and during that rime Ihoro line never boon such o drought as the presnoht one. When I cnome to the colony there were very few inhabitants in the country, and there we:o very few selectors ; hot a great many maen have token up small farms wlthin the last few yearsa, nd theseno poople, to my knowledge, in many cases, have lost their all. Every heast that they hal is dond, and what Is to become of those men with their wives and faomnilies? They have nota the moens wherowith to boy a cow, or to buy a horso to plough their land when the rain comes. A oample of hundred pottde would give a niart to many an individu...
YOUR LOCAL PAPER [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 April 1899
YOUR LOCAL PAPER 4- fAVn. You ANY Icel WIAT IT IIas Do.ve. Ion or ? Tano paper Ihas done 150 things for you and is only anxious to do 50 more. It told your friends whro your parents wore married. It announced to thile world when you wore born, It recorded tile groat events of your childhood, when you was lost' as a wandering baby, when you had the measles and scarlet foaver, when you fell into the wash tub and nearly drowned, when you fell from the cherry tree and broke your collar bone, when you first started to school, and when you earned your first prize, Later on it told how you completed the studies of the district school, and how eloquently you reolted your gra. desting oration. It told of you entoring high school or academy, It told of your conteasts In baseball or tennis, It told of your departure for college or your flest venture into business., It told of your various visits back to the old home nelghborhood, and it always wishlli you well in your groat. es' undertnkinos, ...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 April 1899
COMMEROIA L., Tih Farmors' Co.nporativo Compaiy ropirta I illttor-Tho butter marktl ha 100oon fairly nntilfnatory, but ho wreek olonud willl qaultor tone, About 4I,U00 tihnx of butter havo bretn ihported from thit otlheor aolool, chiefly from Now %Imeinod, nrnann- No ollllau to report. llnma-No ohlngo to report. Lard-- No ohalnn to report. Ohoeso-No ohnngo to report, E?uga-l'ho w?vok openlld with n glutted market annd slow aale, anld prlins fell very low for theo tmo of the yar, oonnao quontt upon tho M?tlourno im pornttlona, Thu low t lo al, owovor bhronlht on in oronaod annaomption and clelr witll a good dutocld at quotrtlnnu. Potltry--Tha mnret fairly glutted with poultrv of all delariptlinl. Maine-Tlonvvy shipmoint to hand with dlvion of votrnl othora to arrivo exteond Ing over Ithu holidays will no doubt olllo the mnrkot t. tho nlpnlait of nIxt wook to wounkon, and prioea miny e axlpoolotd to fall, Prioea rule from 2n 10d tL als, Lutorne Thay-Ia fair nupply wilth good domaidl f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 April 1899
ITEMS OF INTEREST --t-+ ORIOKETINCI MATERIALS ONr tand aeconrd.hanrlr hiovcye for Bale at W. Dr 'net's Olncar Fiactory, Wollon gong,-J PERFUMERIY. For Perfumery and All Other Tiletu 1iequiualtre, try 0. J. PI1OTT'., FISIhIN TACKLE, ThisLine I Sta?k Very Largely. You can nlways rely nn I then Pick of the Hlest ,Itnus lide, it 0( J. PlROT'P'3. FOR SALE, Enls from my Chamllpin White and Brown Loghorns. Eight Chicks Ol arnn. toedl,-O, J. PIIOTT. STUDY ECONOMY And buy a Neow rJupiter iorosen Stove , no WXod nor COu. required, at G. J. PROTT S GEtNUIN Needlen. Oilr, iolta and Fit, tinga for all Swinlg Machinel sold in Ant tralia, te O. INICIIIT S, \Walchmankr. Kinmar, 0 It you havn a Sowing Manohlno, of any maker, which you want repaired, the otn dorslgned is a onmnetenlt mtPchanli, arn'I it to hint. OEn. INIOIIT, Sowing Mn chino Agentl, Kinmn, 0 New Ile?ol, Noationl, Domealio, I.enl Standard, Itotary, Beale, Davis, Sinlee Wheeler and Wilton, Wilcox and Ginhr Sowing Manohine In he had at ...
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 April 1899
CRICKET A4 IATOII was pIlyod on Friday snet at .TJamieron botwoln thu mar led and hnllulo of a piokud team, Thu result wnis ia will for the lattor by l rune, Scores : l1 L Fredericks, h II Prolorioks .., I O lull, run nut ,,, , ... .. 8 8 (atnhalm, bD Ormnmmon ,., 1 l- Ibinsnn, b D OrClmmenrd ,,. 2 0 'lte, b D Omlrmmrnld .. .. J King, at D Oramnumnd, b IJ F Davi. son ".. ... 0 SJ Freodorinks. bJ F Davison ... 1 J Viller, bD Or Crmnuod ... ... 0 JT Uland, b 1' orammond... .. 0 I Kenny, b J 0' Davioun ... ... 5 ?a Fredlorick, not out .. ... 1 Sundries ... ... ... 2 Tdl ... ,, ... 42 MAnlirtlD. J F DvI)tanln, runo ou.t ... 11 II Frederieks, It S Graham ... 0 Klnu Mcokey, 8 Iralhaml .., 1 D UraollJs nd, run out . .. 0 II PLoeasn, b TI L Frodnrilks ... 18 W 11 Cork, I II L Frudoricks .,. 0 IT Lve, S (Jrahnm ... ... O \ OCraig, h S Oislianm ... ... 0 .Ino Nnhio, a Kueny, b 11 L Frudorloka 0 iM noyle, not out... ... ... I Sundrios ... ... ... .9 Total. ... .. . .. 42 Os Friday Kaima defoMl...
"PUBLICO" IN REPLY. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 April 1899
"I1UBLICO" IN RNI'I,Y, TJ Tilt: DITOIt Sin, --OIO' agan nolr olvo tfatharn hnvo hold ftrillt ni tihe 'Trragong Uvmnmlnl, and I nlOtio that Alderlnn Craig and Fredarioks hvivn bhokd dowlll,mnldor. ably slliso I r prtmviouns ntlaranoo, whilst Aldrllnl )ymook lmainlltalell muhl the ninmo telner nis heortofore, with Ithi oxooptin tlit hI anivw favours tIh lppnintmonllt iof a nopfratu trust as thu beat solution of Iho dlfifl ouy. Thi want of unanillmity among Iho who have taken upon thomnsolvas III nll tln hin t IIInh.voxod questilon nl to whotllur thins T'rragon?U Oinilnonl i hlmllld bi is pnihila " bonufmilolinr" ?a aonllRnlnlmtioll devautly In bh wlleud tor) or ibeoh l nmi Ilia ant nlunillo in n falw ft inadholdlersa Iln ithe imalinto vionltl', lha doilne moro to hlpumior and rotard dia. piatoh iIn Iho Inatior (luIt nalythIlan oleo, UpI to Ilio iPre nt it hnlI lllllllllnted ti a spar btolwonll the throe Omnolllll, tomn contollndlll thllt II bulongodl IIo tIl l fl. boron munllilllty, w...
Illawarra Railway Service. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 April 1899
Illiiivairrai Rail'wiy Service. S id ly, sbtf Stadoosll, SiiodoyeJ Lll .Al 1', 0.I I' Al. I% Al, A. A 5ydlloy,.;(, 8 30' 8:10.3 1013 , Ilotvll 8 305 50;1 332 1 . WoLurfnll ,, 0 30(1 33'2 173 0 Ilohoioburgh 1 40'(18 43) 57 8 7 , Li'nl (03;1304011 2411 oolu ..,, iji. ;O1G7i11u2 1 u1 S. Cliflton 10 187 14:3 33:1 Auotl moor~ , 10o27 7o2:( 1(131i47 '('hirraoul ~ (0ns(17u2S1? 0 I~51 (bill , 10 33'7 203 813 30. llolloohl , 1 0i0.7o3('1 0is 5 nljrrioiil ,, 10o42 7o3(3 `1 111:17 'nro lAroioow 101(o'((37(04isj( litl oIlloe. irr, 10 527 45'4 204 181 gog}111,1 217 554 0 201 2 .. 43.1 314 1) int Criiigu 11i118, (s71.1 71f 108111 0 ' Yid (is ~ 21112.418412153s41 44o'J,, A~lilii Pork 11 20(8 256 (1 5 Olwllhisrbloilr 11 38(8 4'12 7 n5illl0nn4(lr a I10410 1o251 Nort I(((lsoons 111l0(iO04715o410o522 ::: Ilti ,., on', 00 8 Omega Il~ l2lol 811 Oos'rrslgoog 12 '141 14 1110 2 '1'oolJoms II 12o20120 .. 8 (14 Ihurry ~ 12 010(3)11 , 00 12 :(or' :30( 12 . ,( ono Nmvns .,, o nr, 12 .10001 ,,, 030 VII T33AI(O ...
TERRAGONG COMMON THE MAYOR OF SHELLHARBOUR IN REPLY TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 5 April 1899
TERRAGONG COMMON --t-+ T'lle MAYt or HnltettllltllOtiR Ie ReTr TO TIl EDITOR. Set,-- All lw me a small space to onltradiot the otatenrlvt made by Al derman O(rdsi at tile lost Jamboroo Onuncil motIlng, to the i,'eoot that my rollenune, Alderman East, on the dtPpllttlon re Torragong Conllnon, we I opposed to my views in taking over a cor ain amount of responsibility in retaining Tolragong Oommon for the ieonefit of the aouth Coast people. Alderman Fast voted for a motion at last meeting of Sllr'hllarbiour Council, it being unanimnously ro lend to take over a reasonallo shaIe Of esponsibility should the Mlinister docin lit to re dedicate. tile Cohmmon to tile varioud Inunicinal bodies intere:stll, As to his WVorship's remarks ablout ny u'soer lavinlg bel oil tiphe Cooan-well, I leaust onofesl that I do not Idlv ON ITr like Imlil and a few others Iluc 1 have boon thoer often enough to see and understand how inattnrs are ;oing on, anct I hope and trust that ore Ilng tile Oolnmon will be...