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WHOLESALE PRICES' CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 22 January 1859
S:.WHOLESAx1 PRICES' CAutE .. .. .. , .a-.: d 5,; £ . . £ .d.. Wheat perbushel n,;..e ' 6 0 to 7 A0' Maize dodo' '".; .. 0. 4 6 :0 5 ' arluy dodo ' ... e .." ! . .. .. 0 3 0 ,0 3e 3 0utter per b .. ' .. . . .. 0, . ,0 '0 1' i-, Cheese dodo: ' ... . .' . ! ;. 0 o.8 ..0 0 ' .Baconperib . 0d*er n . 0 0 8 0 .0i1 Fowls per pair '. 4_ 6' ,0 5 .1 Eggs per dozen . ..0 0 0 :'0 1 I --Potatoesperowt. .. 0 .0 '0 3 S rigs..' ' .'. ... In demand : CaTeB *'*...' .. .. ditto , Potatoes.m-Gieat-quantiti'es 'coiing 'from; Shool.k haven ansd.''ti-eHunterV;'no demand for export.' cause of being dull:. Barley.-Dull, no deminn from"th6' brewers; not much in the market; SCheese.-Unsaleablo'; great qhantities. arriin'.i'j froir 'country and coastwise. .. ; . . ' .SOLOMOlN H1i'A., 3arket Wharf, Sydney, Jan, 13, 1859.;
BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. ARRIVAL OF THE ONEIDA AT MELBOURNE. Queenscliffe, Wednesday, 12.55 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 22 January 1859
BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. `:ARRIVAL OF THE ONEIDA AT MELBOURNE.' (E.om the Gerald's Queenscli/fe Correspondent.) Queenscliffe, Wednesday, 12,55 a.m.,. THo Oneida arrived at 3 a.m, this morning ;. she. ;brole her. fan on her way to Suez.,. Several pas -;sengers.were left at Cairo:; amongst. those Mr.r Thomas Smith, who is not knigihted. M Montalembert sentenced to six months' imprison .. ent and 3000 francs fine. :,; Lord Lyons and Robert Owein are dead. INDIA; The news very, satisfactory.'. Lord Clyde has publishedlan amnesty, excepting only murderers and leaders. , a'ii, succ : The- r In Ou e the English arins sudcessful. There bels' are laying down their arms in thousai?ds. Tanti Topee;has not yet been 'caught.. In the negociation some clauses of the treity have been.concluded. Elgin is making an excursion up Langsle ,River, 800 'idles in the interior, but the object is not yet made knowni.
CLOSING OF THE INDIAN RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 22 January 1859
' CLOSING OF ,THE INDIAN RELIEF FUND; -A final meetihg of the Committee of the Indian Relief Fund v~a's held at 'the Exchange Roonis, yesterday after noon, at four a'clock for the purpose of winding up the accounts. The chair was occupied by Mr. Alexander Stewart. Among the members present were Mr.=Charles Kemp. (the honorary secretary) 'Mr. G. K. Ingelow (the treasurer), Mr. J- E. Ebs worth;' and: Mr. Alderman John- Williams. The Secretary read the minutes of tile previous meeting, and reported that' two remittances 'had been for ,warded, to.the ReliefFund at Calcutta-one of £4000 ini list July, and a second,'in August, for £1000. Tlhe total amount of subscriptions' received was sta ted to.boe£5820 5s. 9d.4 leiving; in the hands of the treasurer '£555 10s.; the expenses paid' up to the day amounting to £264 12s. 9d. Subscriptions not paid in, £67 3s. A letter wasread by. Mr. Ingolow from a gentleman formerly resident in Iridia, solicit ing the assistance of the Committbe to enable ...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 22 January 1859
lone. V has been made between Mr. ýW. Smith's. :li. m; GayuLass,, 'and aniHell Holo mare, named Topsy, owned by Mr. Cooper. The race-will come off on Anniversaryday;:Wednesday next, on Porter's Beech; heats; gentlemen.:riders;: Topsy-wvhom we have, not- yet: seen-is highly spoken of, and will, no doubt, be;largely backed against the ICiama crack: '
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 22 January 1859
LEGiSt .TIVEB ASSEMBLY. In the Legislative Assembly yesterday, in an swer to a question from Mr. Flood, the Secretary for 'Landsand Public Workls' stated :that i Mr. E. O. Moriarty was Fngineer and ,Surveyor to the Harbou??T, Ligh?liouse,, and ;Pilot: Departmen'' without any travelling expences.: Also, that Mr. Moriarty was Engineer in Chief," iiunder the head of Harbpurand River Naiigation; with a salary .of £700 a year, and: £ a day.,for travelligo ex penses. And. furtheri that hlie 'vas allowed to prac tise as an Enigineer,` so long as suchl practice did inot iiuterfere withi lisx public duties " In answer to a question from Mr.. Forster, thli Sdolicitor-General 'said that. no -coursehad .:as .yet 'been idecided on by tiihe Governient, in conse-;: quence of thi'resolution of the House ofi. riday,; December 17th, '?having reference, to the separa tion of the duties of, Crow'n Law Officers :fromo those:of Cabiniet Ministers,; but the matter was under, the deep consideration of the ...
SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, 18th Jan., 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 22 January 1859
SHOALHAVEN.A FreOMe O0R OORREarONDENT i ' COURT OF PETTYBSESSIONS. . Tuesday, 18th JLan., 1859. (Before Andrew Aldcorn, M.L.A., Andre deo Mes tre, Prosper de Mestre, Alfred Elyard, 'nd Jomes Aldcorn; Esqrs.) Sunnar v Bonner and Weeks for an assault at Collengatta; remanded .from ,.last.,Court day, and remanded agaii.till the 1st of February, for further evidence. .'Alfred; Elyard v.. Ryan for clesving a .gate open upon the public road leading froin.Wonyu:to May field and Crookhavon. After a great deal of argu meritiby.the plaintiff's solicitor (Mr. Richards), the Bench dismissed the case,: having no jurisdiction, not- however, without expressing their conviction of-its being a public road, and which has been used since the.memory of the oldest inhabitaunt -. A. de .Mestre v Fletcher for an indecent exhibition of* an entire .horse in a ,publioi place, defendent giving a groat deal of insolence on the: plaintiff's requesting him to go to a m'oreprivate place. The Bencli ordered him to...
SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 22 January 1859
. BATURDAYd JAdUARY 22, 1859. -4---- It is of the utmost importance to the future in teieesth'of the coloniy' that the Land Question should Abe. fully :discussed .andn;understood, in order that the electors may be .enabled,, to satisfy hiedl?elves, aiiid 'det'ermi?e upoi what i is best; and also tiat candidates for legislative honors may timueously know:wliat, and how: much, is expected' from them. We, therefore 'intend presentin'g to' ou'r'readers, at' an early date, the very best and clearest :description;of the .Unitedii States Land: "System that we have.ever'before: met, with. It' will, or it should be, the great test question of the. ensuing elections;a and any candidate who is not prepared to give'a distinict and decided answer in favor either of thl American systei, oir of what ever.other may be adopte'd by the people of New "South.Wales,.should be at once rejected.: Can didates in the exercise of their high-toned dignity inay say, " they inust on this as on. every . ques tio...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 22 January 1859
TO CORRESPONDENTS. W.:?. WrzlrOTT.-We have received your long letter complaining bitterly of Conetablo Hines for treating you "like a log," summoning you to Court, and having you fined ?£, when you "bad only taken one glass of ale;" and also complaining of the partiality of the magistrates. The letter is too long for insertion; we therefore merely state the nature of your complaint, as it is due to your "'wounded feelings," but not having witnessed the oc currence, nor heard the case in Court, we cannot do imore.
PARLIAMENTARY SUMMARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 22 January 1859
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY. 19.-The Legislative Council sat yesterday, from four until eight o'c!ock, but very little business was~got througl.: . Mr: Bayley (the Attorney-General designiate) took' the oaths. and his. seat, as a:member of, the House. ............... .... : Mr. Wis?egave notice of a question in reference to the employment of ?r. .Dowling, .one of 'the District Court 'Judges,' as Crown :Prosecutor at the recent Quarter Sessions at Goulburil,;t andt sub sequently, a warnmi 'discudssion took liace inciden tally to tlhe District Courts Bill oii the same sub ject Mr 'li-:Wise' gave' notice of a new clauise, to the effect," that no judge of a District Court shall' be employed as crown prosecutor,'.and the Attor ney-General -intimated that he: should treat Ithe matter as' a censure upon the Government. : 'Mr. Jobnisonii's Bigamiy Bill occupied the FIose' some time, but without any results, it having been pointed out by Mr. Bligh, at,8 o'clock, that there,: was.not a quo...
THE SHOALHAVEN INCUBUS. LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 22 January 1859
THE SHOALHA VEN INCUBEUS. LIBEL. Nothing could more strongly illustrate the contemptible little mindedness and petty vindic tiveness of the plaintiff and the bad taste of his attornies than summoning such a man as the rev. Dr.. Lang to;the lowest class police court in the colony, specially established for the trial of run away sailors, strumpets, drunkards, thieves and vagabonds of the very lowest order, nor can we congratulate the kMagistrates upon the manner in which they permitted the case to be conducted on the'part of' the- prosecution, the interruption pre venting the defendant from reading the second letter was as unjust as it was ungenerous; for al though the second letter was not.included in the libellous matter complained of, it should have been looked upon;, asit was in reality but in continuation and''cdncluhsion of the first';: .lawyers. are 'allowed too niuoli latitude in suchl courts' whether in sup: p.esihg, the truth, or stating it accordilig'to the coloiuring which...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 22 January 1859
I O be LET by private contract, a Farm situated S at Shell Harbor, of 130 acres, nearly all cleared, inclosed, and under grass, for .the term' of 13 years. For particulars, &c., apply to' 'IRVING and FOWLER, ..; Auctioneers, Kiama. Shoalhaven Turf Club Races. ITHE above Races will come off on the 15th, 16th, and 1" 17th of March next. HENRY MOSS, Hoen. Sec. 10th December, 1858. The Shoalhaven Incubus Libdel HE Friendsof the Rev. Dr. Lang and of the .District, are requested to attend a Meeting, to' be held on Wednesday, next the 26th instant, at Mr. Thoin'as' Victoria 'Hotel, at 6 p.m. to consider what step ishoiuld be taikenr to bear the Reverend Doctor' harmless in" the event of a true bill being found against him'; also to collect evidence on the. subject, and to .adopt such othermeasures as may be considered necessary to develope the.whole truth: in reference to the past listory of Shoalhaven im mediately beSaing on; the, letter in question touching the interests of the d...
KIAMA HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 22 January 1859
KIAMA HARBOR.-A second, or inner mooring chain, has been placed by the'Steam Navigation Company, under the inspection of Captain Stobo. .-ose attention to the matter, and skill in direct ing thb proper position for, and the placing of th. Schain, ro des wving of high commendation. Th steamer can -wv be brought almost close to th, jetty, thus, inurgreat measure, avoiding the incon. venience and lrcat unpleasantness heretofore:ex perienced by pa.,engers boating to and from the Svessel lying at a greater distance from the landing, place.' i : '
MR. DARBY DOOLITTLE, ESQ., OF THE BLOW HOLE, TO HIS WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 22 January 1859
MR. DARBY.DOOLITTLE, ESQ., OF THE BLOWHOLE, TO HIS WIFE.. &nbsp; Och, Biddy,.darlin, there was the hoith of fun at' the:,meetin'..on Winsday last, to .upset thimn botherin' councils to plase the big wigs who are all out tarin' mad at the iday of boin' :taxed; bekase you see, they havin' no call at all at all on the roads, only now an' thin for the pleasure of takin' ' i:a airen', they don't care the toss up of a rap happeny about the poor tinnhnts how they get the : bntther'to market, forgettin' all about the big rints ; but, bedad, whiUn the rint-day comes the same mighty-big gintlemen never say one word about* that tax, but swally it every fardon, and never say, "' Here you are, Darby, or .Paddy, go home, avick, an' take, this thrifle to buy the Misthress a gown; nor a word about how are the. roads.. But, Biddy, dear, I'm devartin' from the meetin'. Well, alanna, shure the first thing was to find a -chairman to * keep ordher, an' faix if bigness of head an' carcase 'ud d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 22 January 1859
, Newspaper Establishment AND :MACHINE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE,' SHOALHAVEN STREET, MIAMA. ITrHE Proprietor takes this opportunity of informing I ,the inhabitants of Kiama and the surrounding dis trict, that he continues to execute Printing of every kind and description at the lowest possible prices, and on the shortest notice. Haying 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, he would confidently expect-from the district a fair share of patronage and support. Book ork Cards?of Address Circulars, in script type Receipt Books Circulars, in rondo do. Order Books Posters Promisory Notes Hand Bills Bill Headings, &c., Executed on the shortest notice. The following Forms may be obtained at this office: Lease Forms Bank Books Apprentice's Indentures. dMoney Order Books Forms of Agreement &c., &o., &c. His type,...
JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 22 January 1859
JAMBEROO. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) PREBBYTERIAN SABBATHI SCHOOL.-The annual examination and tea-party of this school was held at the Presbyterian Church, Jamberoo, on friday last the 14th last. The church was tastefully decor- ated with bangolee and fern leaves, and a nice bower was erected at the back, with table and benches. The examination was conducted by the Rev. Mr. Kinross, and commenced with singing the 98th hymn in Curwin's Hymn Book "Come Children join to sing." The several classes were they ex amined in the Shorter Catechism Scriptural know- ledge &c. and several Psalms and Hymns were recited, so far as time would permit. The children attending the Sabbath School, Fountaindale were also present, and their several classes were then examined in the same way. The refreshments being now all ready, the children then proceeded to the bower to the number of 55. The cakes of which a great variety and ample supply had been provided by the Teachers and friends were distri bu...
THE LAND SYSTEM OF THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 29 January 1859
THE LAND 'SYSTEM OF THE UNITED: STA TES. (From the Maitland Mfercurcy.) At the request of some of the members of the Land League, we publish Mr. Wingfield's evi dence on the above subject: In the year 1850 and 1851 witness was em ployed as a topographical engineer in the civil service of the United States, attached to the mili tary department. Was engaged during these years in the topographical survey of the territories in the far west. His duty was principally to de fine positions astronomically, to ascertain eleva tions barometrically, and to determine base lines for the future land surveys. He had also to re port botanically, metallurgicully, and geologically as to the character of the regions in which he 'cted; and on some occasions of pressure he took part in the land survey. These duties made him familiar with the land surveying system of the United States, and generally with the circum stances under which immigrants settle into the new countries of the West. In the course of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 29 January 1859
Dr. Lang's Prosecution for Libel. A PUBLIC MEETING will be hold in the Fer managh Hotel, on next Thursday, the 3rd February, at 7 o'clock in the Evening, to tako into consideration the letters of Dr. Lang, recently pub lished in the local Newspapers; and should the Meeting be of opinion that those.letters exposed a public grievance, to take the necessary steps to assist in bearing Dr. Lang's expenses in defending him self in a court of law. Lost, ABOUT Christmas between Spring Hill and Kianm, a I Lady's Blimk, or Invisible Green, Cloth Mantle.. The finder will be rewarded on leaving it at the oflice of this paper. PUBLIC NOTICE. TO THE INHABITANTS OF KTAMA AND ITS VICINITY. IT is respectfully announeed that tihe CENTRAL SSTORE, Kiiml, will be re-opened in a few days, rith a select stock, comprising all descriptions of useful good, suitable for the requirements of the district. G. J. DICKSON, Central Stores, Kiama. 30th January, 1859. Notice. SLL outstanding debts due the Undersigned...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 29 January 1859
"o0 Livery-stablelmeepers, Omnibus, Coach, and Cab L Proprietors.-Did you over try ROW'S EMBROCA TION, or Farmer's Friend, in cases of accident wvith your horses ? If not, try a bottle, and you will be convinced of its taluo in your stable. [l'etter received from Mr. Andrew Gribbien, farrier, Sydney, New South Wales.] " Sydney, a10th July, 1858. " Sir,-Understanding you are about to publish more prominently your. Embrocation, or Farmers' Friend, and thinking that my testimonial in its favor may be the means of extending the sale of it among my numerous acquaintances, I bog to say that I have used it very ex tensively for the last two years, and during that time have had such undoubted proof of its efficiency as an ex tornal application, as to warrant me in recommending it most strongly to every one requiring such a preparation. S"I am, Sir, yours most respectfully, "ANDRIEW GRIBBEN "Mr. Rowv, druggist, Sydney." To be had wholesalo of JOHN and EDWARD ROW, 54 King-street, and Bank-cou...
BRINGING THE LANDS "INTO MARKET." [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 29 January 1859
BRINGING THE LANDS " INTO MARKET." The second stage of American settlement is when the lands are "brought into market. " Bringing the lands into market" may he said in a general way to mean in the United States the same thing that the like term would signify in Australia. It means offering tle land in exchange for money. In the United States, however, thisis done under arrangements very different from the arrangements in Australia, and all the Ameri can arrangements tend to make favoritism impos sible, to discourage the monopoly of the capitalist, and to facilitate settlement. The waste lands be long not to the several states in whclch they are situate, but to the Federal Government. When lands are about to be brought into market,, in the first place, they are not brought in by scattered or isolated lots, not in an irregular or caprioious manner. It is advertised for six months before hand in the Government Gazette, published at Washington, not that certain lots," but that a cer tai...