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EPITOME OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 November 1859
EPITOME OF NEWS. - At the Moruya there are about- a thousand tons of produce a waiting shipment. Things are dull there now, and rain is much wanted. Unless they have a copious supply of rain very shortly at thle DarlingDowns, the crops there will be a failure. The ship Hlerald of the Mornzing, was, early on thile morning of th le 16th iristant, hurnied in 1l0: eon's Bay?. The conflagration was awful, and illuminated, the whole of thie shipping for a grieat w•ay, around. Her. cargo 'cis:s only. pattly''dis Some of the Sydney importers have been in formed that teas are exceedingly scarce and dear in Clhina,. and consequently no reduction is mnade in tile price of 'tens, though the 'market at preisent is dull. On the 14th of this montli the peopleof 1Raymond T'errace entertained Lieut. -Richlard Sadlier, at a public dinner, and presented himi' with a highly complimentary address on the eve of his dcpartui:e from amongst them. The steamer 'felbourne, a trader ori the River Murray, recen...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 November 1859
DIARY. Days of the Week. oy f Sunmise Soblet o's SATURDAY ....... Nov. 26 447 47 1 SUNDAY .............. " 7 4 47 *049 q MONfDAY .......... " 28 44T 6 4 3 STU?SnAY ............. " 29 446 6 0 4 :WEDNVESDAY........ " 80 4 40. 651 5 I DAY............ Dec. 1 440 0 6 0 PRIDAY ............ " 440 653 7 THE :KIAIMA EXAMINER. . : PUBLISHED WEEKLY. SA TU1RDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1859..
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GARLAND AND BINGHAM'S WEEKLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 November 1859
COMIMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GARLAND AND BINGIIAI'S WEEKLY REPORT. tl'ho Southern MaIrkets are very doll at present, and we havo ha fact nothlug of nay importance to report. Scarcely nny cattlo or sheep arce stnrtingthis scason for Vietorln,and as that colony hon hitherto fatltd to keep up its own oupply, we moy ex pect, n tohe course of the season, a coosiderablo reaction in favor of store stock. Sydcy, th kiorvember, 1859. sutier Ilans elightly declined in price this week, in the Sydney mnrkht; - shown itu the foltowtng report of Mr. Wiltiam ltealet, :d. dbted the, 23rd instnut':-Wheat, per butshel, 8S.; mnizoeditto,2a. 41. o . 2S;d.; potatoes, per ewt., 0.`.; onions, ditto, gs. to 1S..: flnur, ditto;Z2'2. ; butter, tier lb., 6d. to Sld,; bacon, ditto, 7.d. to 8hd.: egg., per dozene, to.; pigs, callt, ls. to 85S.; lvres?, ditto, ten. to tts.; fowl, per couple, to, to s. Sd. .
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. (Abridged from the Herald and Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 November 1859
SHIPPING INTELLIGENIFA PORT OF SYDNEY. (Abrided fronm the Herald and Empire.) Annvaz.o.-Noeo nbo r 17-Scotia, schooner, Stewrdl, from eFtego; M ountain Maid, brig, Longmulr, from Port Cooper. li--luntcr (s,), Sullivan, front Port Cooper. 21--Cnroline, lanish shlp, Mathlieson. from San Franclsco: 3;elanle, barque, F.lliott, fmnn San Francisco. 'l-Coudclia, If...S.S., II guus, 'ornmo, from Fegec? Islhnds. 2:i---uuter (s.), Sullivan. trom "ldn lilsEr: Kiama (s.), Fletcher, from MIerimbnia, Trofohl )rp.?RTrvUn s.--fovemler 07-Gipsy, for Twofold Bay. 18 Mlnauie,a for New CalIollon EI. Corning, on a whllnin voyap,. IS--lllamna (a), for Twofold Bfay. 2cE-llon, for Twofohld Uay ; Abyssinian, for lombay; Caribou, for Callao. CrtEo,'S£1 ]NW.,,ts.--Nnvember 17?-llloawrra (y.), from n'ol S;ngong, sth t k s h mbuter, 14 pigsa, 3 calves, 10 ba bral, 3 " ases eggs. i]S-Wiliam IV'. (a.), rom Ulladulla, will IS plgi, Seralres, 4 bales bocon, 53 kegs obuler; Ilapld (a.), front Kianl., seith 64 kegs b...
COURT OF REQUESTS. THURSDAY, 24TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 November 1859
: , .-COU Tld' OF REQUESTS. .. IUSD' .-TisAYY, 24Th NOVEMBeR. . (Before the Mayor, Ee.ssrs. Fry, Waugh, Kendall, and Robb, J.l.s.) Frederick Wall v. E. Brooks.-An action to recover L£ danmaes to the wheat crop of plaintiff by defendant's cattle Judgment for plaintillf, los. and costs. Same v. James Barton.-An action to recover £ 10os. for a similar offence; Judgment for plaintittf 15s and coats. P. Harvison v. Jamnes Gay.-For 9s. for gbods sold and delivered. Defendant did notappear. Judgment for plaintiff. Francis Napper v. Wm. White.-For £I 16Is, balance of .wages for servlced of daughter. Plaintiff did not appear. Case dismissed. b. L. Waugh v. Samuel Sinclair.-For £9 Is. 4d., overdue promissory note. Settled out of Court. R. M'Alister v. James Armstrong.-lFor £2 10s., value of saddle lent, and not returned. Settled out of Court
THE LIBEL LAW. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 November 1859
T~i~E LIDEL LAW.' -4--- TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAIA EXAMINER. Bl6,-Allow me through the columns of your valuablo amot noW widely clrculntiltg journrl, to oencavor to draw thu otton tlon of thu puhlic, nod through thom, that of their reprosontlo Lives in Poriamuent, to the urgant necessity of immediate reform in tho libel law of New South Wales. Thu reeunt coses of erry v. Lnog and othors, cannot be so soon rorgottun by thu cluightonud portioul of the Australian public. And those who have ta?le an in Lterest in the cases from tHrst to last, as I have done, mtust be convinoad of the ncaessity for ru form in this particular brancu of the law. The first action was agaldst Dr. Lang himself : he was tried by crhimnatl processa, and acquottd by a commout jry of ontulligout mnl--as ason also the proprietor of thu EooCtioj .ail, [r. Jameso FssuolL. 'thCo comes o clvil ctlon against .tcssrs. ,lorrott sod Barr, fortho solf-samo olfeuco, for whtoh they woro found guilty and fnoed, thu formor £10...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 November 1859
WIIATEVIt political consistency may have been displayed by Mr. FORSTER ill tile reinstatement of Mr. PLUNKETT as Chairman of tile National Board of Edication, the public mind of thle future, if not the present, will by no means com mend the act for its wisdom. Our own opinion is that while it may have betn consistent with Mr. FORSTER, it was not so with his character or his office, as first Minister of tile Government, and if inot consistent, certainly not wise. We may, however, infer from this late act'of Mr.'-FORSTER, thefuture policy he intends pur suing in reference to public education. How far She may succeed in establishing predominant theo National System of Education in this colony, time will tell. "We canniot say lie has our hearty co-operation in tlhepresent state ofaffairs, neither Sdo -Ethink he-will succeed inuestablishing any system that does not respect the consciences of the people. To>4a considerable extent it has been the ten dency of politicians to assign to re...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 November 1859
Central Store; Kiama. C ROCKERY, China, and Glassware,, a choice J assortment anlways on Sale. Sore Eyes! T HE SYRIAN EYE. OINTMENT I-A very esceaciods remedy for sore eyes,, can hbe strongly recomnimended to all thiisafflictod as having been tested by long e?xperience,bn Sale by G. :DILXON, . Central Store, Kiama. ON" S A L E at the CENTRAL STORE K~iama, New music New books - SPeiosicals, regularly supplied. : Snbscribris' names received foi.the:Illustrated News, Timeds, and other papers. G. J. DIXON, S Central Store. Cdoals. Coals. Coals; . TIHE undersigned begs to inform th'e. inliabitants of I Kiama, that Ihe is prepared to supply the best IWe. lonigoig COAL at 20s per ton, at thle,whlarf. . ':ROBERL" ST'OBO. 1Tt EN'S KIP COSSACK BOOTS '(colonial made), best 111. makand. rmaterial. HALL and ALDERSON 221 Elizaheth-street, Syd h ?s s i _ LL OTTPS -FAMILY HOTEL, ceriser of King and Snssix-streets, Sydney, ,.at prebent kioiwni as the ENNISKILLEN HOlEL, and formerly asthe' Saracen's ...
ALLEN v. GRAHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 November 1859
ALcoa v. GAIhA-.-Aa action at the ifnstance of Mr. Thomasnl Allen of Sydnoy, aganlst Mr. Graham of Dapto, for defamation of chrabct.r, was trid on lnt Wedne?sday, before Mr. Justica .Milford, anid a Jury of four. Verdict for Mr. Allen, damageo one fartbing. Ily., v. A.LLE5.-Tbhis ll noase wan tried beforo Mr. Justice DWcoeeson, and 0 Jury of four, on last Tuesday. The Jury re turned a verdict for the plaintifft .r. tlyam, Iylang the damages at £10. Tbo Wollonaong Donch on last Touesday, granted the appliesn tion for Auctioneers' Licnoea mads by MaJsers. F. R. Coloe, L. Cllio, HI. K, Waldron, A. VWaldron, and J. l1igar. itr o S.o E .--On lout Thur??ty, Mesrs. Irving and mewlre od iy n, at pou, draught of t cttio, belongig in JancclEoery, Ebal., at prias€ anoragng £1T 8t: d4.
THE JERARA NATIONAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 November 1859
T?TI JenAnA NATIONAL Sc0ooL.-On WVednes day the 23rd instant, tile Inspector of National Schools visited this school and examined the various classes. We were not aware of the examin. ation orwe would have felt it a pleasure to have witnessed the proceedings. ~WeVo are told that the children, all things considered, acquitted themselves well. '" TuT ILLU'STRATED SYDEO Y SunanY."--The second number of a new. publication designated as above, has come to our office this week. It con tains a carefully condensed summary of colonial news, well adapted for the information Inore especi ally ,of friends in the home country, of the occur rences here whether commercial, social, political, or religious. The number before' us contains four or five appropriate woodcuts tolerably well executed The Illustrated S' dney Summary is issued monthly just immcdiatlybeforo the departure of the'hriime mail. T s Vnl W.OAhlin.-.Ths week we hare had anlnstalment of the muc?lh ished for rain. The wcatlher is sti...
THE AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 November 1859
THE A UTRALIAN TELEG.RAPH. S (From the Home News .) 'The following on the telegraph from Singa pore to Austsaia appears in the China Tele graph:-" Theo English and Dutch Govern ments have come to an understanding upon a system of telegraphs which will unite* India wvith Australia, and eventually with China. The arrangements between the Govern ments are:-?. That the Indian and Imperial Governments shall connect India with Singapore. 2. That the Dutch Government shall connect Singapore with the s?oth-east point of Java. 'B. That the Austra lian Government.. shall connect:their conif~i~t~t with Java. The cable for .the Singapore Jao section hris been left on board the Baliana, a will be laid during the month of November The Indian-Singapore section is to be laid by spring next, and the connection with Australia will, it is believed, be completed during the course of next year." The Red Sea and India Telegraph Company have announced the arrangements under whih they will be prepared, on ...
SHELL HARBOR. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 November 1859
SHELL HIARBOR. (eROse OUa COtiESPoIOEVT.) MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Present--Councillors Russell, M'Gill, Wilson, Martin, Collins, James, and Moles. Councillor Moles was voted to the ohair. Minutes of provious meeting read and confirmed; Moved by Councillor Collins, seconded by Coniioillor IMartin That the Road Committee examine the Government ronn as surveyed in 185?T from Jamberooto the north-east boundary line of Dennis Farrahar's farm, and from thence to its Junction with tiho proposed road to Shell HIarbor. Carried Moved by Councillor Collins, seconded by Councillor Russell That the road fromthetownship to Gooseberry lItt be examined by the Road Committee, for the purpose of estimating the coast of lmproving it. Carried. Moved by Councillor Wilson, seconded by Councillor Collins T'hat the Road Committee examlne the road from the township to the foot.of Stoney -Range, with a view of celculating the expenIse of improvig the sarme, Carelod. Moved by Councillor M'Gill, seconded by Council...
THE IRISH REVIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 November 1859
TIlE IRISH REVIVAL. S (Fronm teo Ilome News, Se?ptember 19.) , The towns and villages in thoenortkh of Ire l.nd have, fdr several weeks past been the scene `f a vbiy singular religious excitement, extra 6?~adinay in its'deo~r, and in many respects pe culiar in its manifestations. Over a grdat part of Ulster the face of society has, it is believed, been modified for the better, by the'movement. In a notice of the effects of the religiuons ex citement at Lisburn the Northern' Wthig lately said:-"' So far as outnvard signs indicate re form within, therefis no want of evidence that, at least, great n~rial good has been accomplished among the working ranks. The mill opei'ative's seem quite a changed people, and if tihe im pression lasts, the employers of labor will have much cause of rejoicing over the revival of 1859.' . An English gentleman belonging to the high-church party, who has lately visited the north of Ireland, writes-"Drinking, swearing; fornication, have greatly decreased." ...
JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 November 1859
JAMiBER00. (FROMo OUR CORRESPONDENT.) As I anticipatud on first undertaking the duty of" correspondent" I am likely to be troubled with a plentiful scarcity of subject matter in Jamberoo, unless I take to describing the manners and customs of the people; their "works and ways &c., a pro. cess by which I should be sure to gain uibounded goo.l wijll, since it would furnish me with the opportunity, as I have. doubtedly all the Inclina tion, to flatter them to their hearts' content. The cry for rain continues. Tlils moining there was a slight descent of moisture, and the clouils, which anywhere else, one would'stppose to be charged with rain, are still hanging about our mountains. It is liklely, however, that they.iwill pack off again and give us another example of the eccentric proceedings 6f the weather-office in this fortun:,te clinilte. The Aldermen of this ward, 1 perceive, hlavo been busy in their capacity of road-improvemnent com mnittee. Without wishing to unlderrate tlh...
LEIGH HUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 November 1859
LEIGH IIUNT.~I (Fron theL HBome Nees, September 19th.) The death of Leigl Hunt occurred on August 28th at Putuey, here lie ehad been residing for some time. His healthll had:long been delicate, but the immediate illness which caused his death was bIt of short duration. He passed away at the last alnost witlolit pain. He was born on the.19th of Octbber,1Y84, and had ihus nearly complet'ed hIis -5thl year. His birtl?lac~ e was Southgate, in MIiddlesex. Hislfatlhier a West Indian, had married an Ameridsci~ady, and was residing in North America wheni th~b .:War of Independenceklbroke out. Taking "the loyalist side in the strifeli'esvwas obliged, to flee to Eng land, where lie took orders: ih tls Englishl Chlurch, and was forsomie'time tttor ·to MIr. Leigh, nepliew of the Duke of OChaindds.. Of several sons Leigh became the m6st:distinguished; he was educated, as his friends Coleridge, Charles Lamb, and Barnes, afterwards well knioin ai s thle editor of the Timns, had beeni, at lhrist's ...
POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 22ND NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 November 1859
POLICE COURT. TUesDAY, 22ND NOVEMDER. (Before the Mayor.) Hicks v. Barber.--Henrv Barber was charged with entering and trespassing ont the enclosed land of Henry Hicks, at Shellharblor. Defendant pleaded not guilty. Plaintiff sworn, stated that he had a piece of ground adjoining the defendant, which was enclosed, containing 30 acres, and had given permission to the defendant to go across to water his cattle till he lhad cropped it;. after the land was cropped, the defendant still continued to go across on foot without putting the slip-rail up, and plaintiff told him not to 'o across the padldock again, but defendant persisted si goilg. The Bench fined Barber 5s. and costs, and if he commnitted the trespass again, the fine wou e ol madel heavier. MIr. Hicks hero interposed, andi said he did not wish defend ant to be fined if he paid tie costs of the Court. The costs were paid. John Hanlow was charged with stealing a ten-pound note. W. A. Hines sworn, deposed, I amn thIe district cons...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 November 1859
rpHE SHIPPERS, STOREKEEPERS, &e, of Kiiama, 1 Jamberoo. and Gerringong, arJ respecttully informed that a Store for tile reception of Goods for the steamer " RAPID," is now in course of erection on the wharf, at Kiama, with covered pens to receive stock. The pro- prietor being satisfied that the supporters of this steamer wil) continue to patronise tils vessel, and thereby ensuring a continuance of the moderate rate of freights now in existence, and which so materially benefit the dis. trict. Portraitg! Portraits!! Portraits!!! 1rR. H. FIELD regrets that he cannot make his intended visit to Gerringrong this trip, as he has several ensgagements to fulfil in Kiama, which he has been preventedl from doing through disappointment in receiving stook from Sydney, and will remain ONE WEEK more at the Steam Paket Hotel; and be at Mr. La*'s, at Jamberoo, on Monday, Deceniber 5th. A New Stock on lhand. Portraits from 7s. 6id. in case. MR. WILLIAM WINLEY would respectfully inform the peo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 November 1859
: Newspaper Establishment ANn MACHINE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, . SIHOALHAVEN STREET, IKIANA. SHE Proprietor takes this opportunity of informing . the inhabitants of Kiama and the surrounding dis trict, that he continues to execute Printing of every kind and description at tihe lowest possible prices, and on the shortest notice. Having at considerable expense imported some of the most beautiful machinery ever introduced into:the print ing business in New South Wales, which for speed and. execution of work, stands unrivalled, h6 would confidently: expect from tho.district a fair share of patronage and support. . " Bnk Work Cards of Addrgss .Circulars; in script type -Receipt Booklt, Circulars, in ronilo do. Order Books Posters . Promisory Notes i .Haond Billser --- ' ", -& I-Bi~nIg , gs,' &., : Executil on the shortest notice. The following Forms may be'obtained at this oflico: Lease Forms . Bank Books Apprentice's Indentures MIonoey Order Books Forms of Agreement &...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 23RD NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 November 1859
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL -----+--- WEDNESDAY, 23RD NOVEMBER. This body held its weekly meeting to-day, for the dispatch of business. There were present the full Council. The Clerk read the minutes of the previous meeting, which were approved. Sundry letters were then opened and read by the Clerk. One from Mr. McKELLER, the manager of the Kiama branch of the Com- mercial Bank, setting forth the terms on which that institution would grant a cash credit for £100, to the Council; one from Mr. Taylor, of Kiama, proffering his services to the Council as Surveyor, for the moderate consideration of £1 a day; one from Mr. F. Moses, of Wollongong, offering his services as a Surveyor on similar terms; and from Mr. Roberts, of Sydney, tendering his services as a Surveyor to the Council for 2/- a day; one from Mr. Langley, of Sydney, speaking in highly flatter- ing terms of the competency of Mr. Roberts; one from the Chairman of the Municipal Council of Central Illawarra, expressing the willingness of ...
GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 November 1859
GERRINGONG. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) We are quiet people at Gerringong--very quiet people; but our equanimity has been sadly disturbed by the &nbsp; late proceedings in the Municipal Council. We are now enjoying the Briton's privilege of grumbling, and certainly with good cause; I allude to the motions lately &nbsp; &nbsp; passed-one giving to Kiama 15 per cent of the revenue, the other respecting cuttings to be done in Terragong and Manning streets. What just argument they could urge in favour of these measures I know not. The Gerringong people see in them a confirmation of their fears &nbsp; expressed freely at the elections, that their interests would be forgotten, and that they would be ruled by a majority. At that time there was a large party here In favour of a separate Council; but remembering that union is strength, and feeling hardly strong enough to stand alone, they resolved to give the thing a fair trial. They have done so, and the result...