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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860

To TIlE EDITOIR 9F TIlE KIAMA EXAMINER. SIn,--Ilaving tried, but in vaIn, to glean some reliable inform ation concerning thie flnanclat state of the Klama oVesloyan Fancy azaar; , tihe only resourc no w left with a ray of ]lope is, through the columns of ylour valuable paper. I do not know any of thle commltteo--iu fact, I ram not aware that a commllitteo ever existed-and aix weeks having elapsed without any of the proceedings being made public, I cannot Inmagine why thlore hasn been so mllchl secrecy. ,riends hlave given money, and somo havo promisoed to do so; but to vwhat extent I know not. Others gave saleable articles, some of which were not observed: and I, with oomo frieods who visited tlhe bazanar, feel anxious to know thie racson. Ifeeul justilied in asking questions which have ex cited no small amount of talk. l'eople have a natural dislike to things carried 0on in such a mannller, and thie sooner wo got some knowledge of tle procedingss the butter, to gratify those frelnd...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860

SSHIPP'ING INTELLGENCE. (AnoBDoED FPR0 TIE nERALD AID ,E134..) PORT OF SYDNEY. December 30.--Lighl of the .ige, lhip, Captain Gillon, from the Downso 2nid October, with a cargo of geueral merohaudiso; Colmysuj, ship, Calptala S'Alister, frot the Dow ns Sr Septem ber, with a cargo of general merchandise. b ,Dcembori31.-llorebureb, American ship, Captain Onaksi from Salln Francisco, 3rd Novemlbeor, wi~tll a cargo of lumber, tobacco, flour, &o; St. Louis, American ship, Captain Jacobs, from New York 3rd September, with aL cargo of flour, toboacco, &c. . .? COA\STE1tS INWAIItDS. December O.--TIllawacrra (s.), from Wollongong, with 73 kegs butter, 0 enalves, 7 pigs, 10 bunlllcs cabb:tgetrc; Alfimosa (s.). from Klama and uWollongong, withl 107 lokg butter, 54 bundles gross, I cases eggs, 7 plgs, 1 calf ·,osp~ecl, from Bcellumbi, with 75 tons coal. December 3?O.-IViqlitlngale, from Bellambl, with 50 tons coal: Rapid (s.), from Kiama and Shelltirbor, with 90 kegs butter, 30 ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860

M ED ICA L. To the Inhabitants of Kiama, Gerringong, and Jamberoo. FPTHE Undersigned having returned from Europe, lbegs most respectfully to inform thom that he %as resumed the Practice of his Profession at his old residence, Manning-street, wvhere he may be consulted daily. GEORGE IIHENRY HAMILTON, M.D., A SRunEON, L.MI., M.B.A., LONDON, lnd Legally-qualified Medical Practitioner of New South. Wales. %TACC1NATION.--M CHARLES will VAC V CINATE, at 11 o'clook EVERY THIURS qDAY MORNING (for a few woeek'si), at his residence, Barney-streeoot, Kiama. S30th December, 1859. i/ R. JOHNSON CULLEN, Auctioneer and 1.G General Agent, Jamboroo. : GEORGE JAMES, ROYAL OAK HOTEL, 805, PITT STREET,: NEARLY OPPOSITE UIT'S IORbSE BAZAAR. Respectable Board and Residence, with every' attentioe and.comfort. Y TERMS BTRICTLY MIODERATE. RS. T. R. COATES, Importer of Earthenware, Glass, &c., 480 George-street, next to IHanks and Lloyd, Sydney. 1 Orders from the country punctually attended to, and g...

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ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860

ANDERSON, CA.IPB.ELL, AND CO.'S PRODUCE CIICULAIR. S he arrivals during the wcok have been few. falzoe 1s scarco and in demand. We have sold at Ss 3d and 3s 6Sd, and if holders in the country were to refrain from shipplug large parcels at once, we have no doubt but that it would go much higher. Although therels not much demand for Mclbourne,'stll our own consumpction is large, and from the continued drought,.the new corn will not only be lighter, but much later of coming in. Hlay continues in fair demand, althoughl tihe arrivals havobeen rathcr excessive. Wheat willscll well at 7o for a fair sample; we have not sold any as low as that yet. Nine country flour moves off readily at £10 and £20, and bran otls 3d per bushel. Sutter, if prime, is in good demand,but a great deal of it is very inferior, and almost unsaleable. 'Potatocs are in demand at £0 and £7. Bacon, 8d to Od per lb.; bnrley (English), 3s to 3s3dperbushel; bran, 1s 2d to Is ,d ditto; butter, 10d to 1s per lb.; calves, 2S...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PRITCHARD AND WILLIAMS' PRODUCE AND STOCK CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860

COMMIERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ----+--- PRITCIIARD AND WILLIAMIS' PRODUTCE AND STOCK CI1CURLAR. STATION PRODUCE.-W'obl, shcepslins, and hides, we have no elturatfon to report, further than the disinclination on the part of buyers to operate, caused, probably, in some respects by the ennui consecqnent upon the festive enjoyments of tile season, as well as the deslro, on the part of traders and merchants generally to lay thenmselves up for a position to commence the new year with fnanucial vigor. SIIOlSES, CATTLE, AND SHEEp, withluOt alteration. FA.u PoDUcE.-W-Vheat-A few parcels of new wheat havo conmu to hand, and sold at Os 9l to 7O 6d per bushel. nfalze The supply Ihas not been equal to the demand. Early in thu week we sold a few parcels at 3s per bushel, but could obtain to-day 3s 3d per bushlel for anty qunantity, the market being very bare. Oats-Inquiries are tmade for seed oats, the markets being very scarce. IHay--II. IL. pressed lucerne is in better demand, and the lots comitng t...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860

TO TlE EDITOI? OF THIE KIAMA EXAMINER. Si.R,-I oco by an advertisement in your publication of th0 17th Instant, that a ineetlig of tioe Inliablt ts of Georrlngong ward was to be hold at Mr. Lang's hotel, on 'tuesday last, for the purpose of considering certain gritvwmces, and tile desira bility of forming ourselves into a separate municipality. I was very anxious to have been presecnt, but being, like many others, necessitated to attend my daily avocations-and thoproprietors of the meeting did not mention whether it was to be held. in the morning, at noon, or night, I camen to the conclusion they only wanted the opiuions of a select few. Will you, Sir, or your correspondent, kindly inform thle simple Cpeople lilkeo myself of this ward, what our griovances are, as I am foolish enough to imagine e we are thie happiest, well-to-do people in the world; as I esuspect. if the matter is carried muclh further, our grlovancs will no longer be imaginary. I see by the fifth clause of the act t...

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ULLADULLA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860

ULIADULLA. I bive very little of importance to write abou6 at present, excelit that old stand-by for correspondents, the weather. The weather has been very changeableo of late, and anything but favorable to the farmers for getting in their wheat safe. This is a bad job, for the wlheat crops are of a superior quality this year to what they have been for many years past. Mr. C. J. Aillick, while building a barn the other day, fell froel thie roof and broke his collar-bone in the fall; and to makeo matters worse, there was no doctor. Dr. Kinnear is losing much by his absence, alid the sooner he is elore thle better for hIimself and others. Christmas passed over very quiet. I hIave not heard of anything worth speaking of. There was a good deal of sport of differoent kinds at the Travellers' Homo Inn to-day (Boxing-day), and thie gentlemen engaged tlerein fitished off with dancing and singing, which they kept up to a late hour. Our races are looked forward to with interest by the sportin...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. FOX GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE, (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) FOX GROUND. Ts WEATeneIt.-On last Tuesday the rain began to come down in real earnest, and it rained incessantly until Wednesday. The creeks wore greatly swollen, and for a short time the small ones were quite impassi ble. Already the grass begins to look hv'unriant, and there is~no doubt but thero wvill be plenty of feod in a short timoe. On newv year's day, or rather next MIonday, there is to be a shooting match here: I have not yet heard the particulars as to what is to be shot for. Our young men are not in the background altogether for a little manly sport, and may they enjoy themselves with the day's fun. The Schoolhouse which is in course of erection is almost complete. It is a very neat little building, and has bco erected by public contributions. Its whole cost, when finished, will amount to about £140. It is of sawn planks set on end with battens properly fitted on each joint, which gives it a very neat and stylish alp peara...

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THE KIAMA LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860

TilE KIAS-A LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. -The usual monthly meeting of this society takes place on the evening of next Tuesday, the 10th instant The procedings will be, as usual, of an interesting character. CounT Fon HEARING AIPPEALS.-On Thursday, the 12th January, and following days, their Wor ships will sit for the hearing of cases of appeal from the assessment of the Municipal Council. Those who appeal are required to give notice to the Couin cil, in writing, of their intention to do so, seven clear days before thile holding-of the Court; and a copy of the notice should be left at the Court house for the Bench. LAST MONDAY'S RACEs.-On Monday, according to advertisement, several races came off on Porter's Beach. Compared with the Monday previous (Boxing-day) the attendance was very thin, con sisting chiefly of the sporting men of Kiama and a few from Jamboree. Of onr three publicans, Mr. Adams only was to be found in attendance. The prizes were but two in number, amount ing to ...

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SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860

SHOALllAVEN. Since my last communication, the usual Christmas fostivities hliave occunpied tile attention of almost all classes hero. There has bcon a plcasuro trip to tho Hleads by tile Nowra steamer; a ball at the Royal Vic toria Hotel, Terrara: pie-nie parties, and snndry amnso unonts. I am sorry to state, howover, that one nman was, cinfortunately, drowned in tlhe river. On Monday after n0oo hlie was in a boat, but hoing under the influence of liquor, he got upset; nor has the body been yet dis covered. ils mate narrowly escalped the same fate. I have not heard his name, as it appears lie is rather a stranger hlere; but he is said to Imave been recently in the employment of Mr. Williain Purdie, of Cabbage-tree lat. Every exertion Ihas been made by parties hero to recover thle body, but so far, without siccess. The lharvest in this district is generally saved. Tihe season for hlarvest wvas early and very fine; so tlhat tlhe farnmers have reason to thank divine Providlence for tlh...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860

Our readers will find in our columns of this issuo a well-written article, headed, " Has the FORSTEI Ministry had a fair trial ?" In this article there are opinions expressed not in accordance with ours. The writer argues that the FORSTER Mlin istry have been fairly tried and found wanting. We deem his arguments inconclusive, and enter tain strongly the opinion that Mr. FORSTERn and his colleagues have not been fairly tried; and that in their attempts at legislation, and at administering thile affairs of state, they have not shown, as yet, a want of thle qualities that fit to carry on beneficially the government of tile coun try. We do not consider MIr. FORSTERt and his colleagues the right men to govern us. We could refer to others in whom we ifould repose larger confidence, but we do commend the FORSTER Government in that they bravely undertook to carry on the government of tihe country when others had failed. And we think that since they have taken office, and pledged themselves ...

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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860

YDY "'": .: ~i~ " 4DIARY 7 D-nqa.O thu1-~ Month 012100s~lt Jcbia:o SATIUftDAY ., lDeo 81 406 7.10 7' "SUNDAY ." '·Jim-' 245 .7.11. .8 UEONDAY .........4. I 457 7 11 o TUESD)AY 3...··. 4 57 76 11 10 WEDNESDAY ........ 4 4 5 7 t11 11 TH1URSDAY ....... - ' | 4 5?9 [I, ,t 18 FRrID) ....A ....,Y.] 'AY 6/ 50 7 111 13 P~r~Y.... ii! oIS TTHE EXAMIINER. . PUBLISHED ON WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. All commun!cations Intended fir insertion must be authenti cated by the name and address of the writer-not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantroee of good faith. WYo cannot undertake to return rejected communioatlons, Advertisers are requested to be particular in marking the nunmber of insocrtiond on each advertisoment, otherwise they will be inserted and charged for till countermanoded. Orders for withdrawal or alterations, must beo.sent to the offico (in writing) before noon on the day prior to publication. WVEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1860.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860

Wondrous Efficacy of Row's Embrocation, or Farmer's Friend. rTHE following extracts from letters received by tihe Sproprietors are deemed suflicient to xonvinc tlhe public of its utility - J. 0. White, Esq., many years studl-mastcr to tile Aus tralian Agricultural Colmpany, PrOt Stephens, expresscs his opinion that "no one ought to travel without it; its curativeoc fcts are surlprising."'--II. Zeuch, Esq., states that "previous to the introduction of the Emlbrocation into tho force of the Southern lPtrol, constant recourse wis neessary to tho vetorinary surgeoni, whiciiiis now unnecessry." - Mr. Andrcew Grehben, the well known farrier of Sydney, writes" that he hlas had such undoubted proofs of its ellicacy, as to warrant him in recommend mIg it most strongly."-lenry Rotten, Esq., M P., des gnates it " a most excellent application."-John Porry. Esqj., the mail contractor, "Liiis used it with great success in his extensive coaching establishment;" and Mr. Samuel Snjith, coach proprie...

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HAS THE FORSTER MINISTRY HAD A FAIR TRIAL? [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860

HAS THE FORSTER MINISTRY HAD A St FAIR TRIAL ? ' - IOMMUNOIoATED.] *This is.a question that may now be reasonably put to the country. So far as we ourselves are con cerned, we have not the least hesitation in giving it as our opinion, that the present Ministry has not only had a fair trial, and been found wanting, but has also displayed the most lamentable deficiency of the merest requisites for the most ordinary Ministry under responsible Government. Both before and since the advent of responsible Govern mont, the people of this colony have frequently had to complain of political shortcomings and backslid ings of the various colonial secretaries and their associates. It has, howover, remained for Mr. Forster and his colleagues to bring Parliamentary Government into contempt in the eyes of the people, to makeo it an object of derision, a mockery of, and burlesque on, that of the mother country. Of Mr. Forster's colleagues, the country hadno reason to expect any thing like administra...

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FASHIONS FOR OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860

FASHTONS FOR OCTOBER. (FROM LE FOLLE".) There is a tendency to become somewhat more artial in appearance on the part of the divine portion of the creation, whoso penchant for hats and cloaks as worn by the heroes of the Res toration does not yet seem to have reached its climax. We shall be curious to see whether the approaching cooler season will diminish the num bar of the Diana Vernons who have besported themselves so charmingly both in England and on the Continent during the past summers. In the matter of robes there is as yet little change, the cool autumnal breeze having gcarcely hitherto begun to make itself felt; but we may expect that in the course of the present nimdnth warm stuffs will of necessity be required. There are few variations to signalize: the extra number of plaits and small flounces on the corsage of the dress is the most striking. Cloaks and mantles appear to be preferred to shawls. We have soon a beautiful cloak of black velvet, set in with wide plaits, ornam...

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A HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860

A HOLIODAY.-Last Monday was observed hero as a holiday. All the principal stores and workshops were closed, and numbers of the townspeople went out of town in quest of pleasure. A religious ser vice was conducted in the Scotch church by the Rev. John Kinross. The attendanco was good, and the service very impressive. LxETURE.-A lecture on tilhe use and abuse of tobacco was delivered last night at the Temperance Hall, by Doctor Berncastle. In handling this sub ject the Doctor commenced by giving a history of the weed, of its noxious qualities, and of its effect upon the lower animals. Hie then alluded to cases of disease which had come under his own notice, provoked by the intemperate use of tobacco, and mentioned in particular that a patient of his, afflicted with amaurosis, was cured by abstaining from tobacco, indulgence in which had been the chief cause of his loss of sight. Some amusement was afforded the audience, which was pretty nume rous, by the description of an opium-smokin...

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SHELLHARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860

SIZELLHARBOR. [rROe TnE ILLAWARRA MEROURY'S C0OnESPONDEnT.] SRIOUS AFFRAY.-TIIO tranquility of our peaceful community was disturbed on Saturday last, the 24th instant, by the rumor tlhat a man by the namo of William Carter was lying dead in the road leading to the resi <once of T. A. Reddall, Esq. Our activo constablo im nuediately .proceeded to the spot, and found tho unfor tunato man lying exposed to tie scorching rays of the sun--spcochless, and dreadfully battered about thie head ·and bodly. From the marks on tihe ground, hle appeared to have been dragged sone distance froni tihe seono of conflict, whore a pool of blood was visiblo. Claybourne procured a shoeet of bark, and with the assistance of tlhers who had hastened to the spot, had tihe injured man convoved to his home in the township. Thie tloctor was immediately summoned, and promptly gave him all needil care and attention, though at first entertain ing fainthopes' of his recovery. We are lhaplpy to say, howeve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860

A HAPPY NEW YEAR, AND MANY -. THIANKS.-lFULLER. and WALDRON, of the Kiama Post-oflico Store, beg to tender to thlleir frienids and patrons their most gratoful nac knowledgments for the very liberal sharo of patron ago bestowed upon them since their commencement in business; and have now to state, thatthe term of partnership and lease of the premises will expire on 18th February next; during which timo .the wvhole of their neow and well.assorted stock will be offered at a considerablo reduction on former prices. The whole of which must be positively~clearcd out within the next six weeks. ( ' SBargains- I Bargairislli Bargainsl! ! B.'s S. Come early, and secure o3Bargains.. FOR SIX DAYS ONLY--Important SALE. of SUMMER, DRAPERY,--The. undersigned rIospectfulP begs to inform the inhabitaints of Kianma, Gerrigonlg, a:nid suirroiiding district, that he lhas jist (rricired from Sydney witli a large and jwoll selectedl stock'of GENERAL DRAPERY, Glothing, &c, wvhidh,: having bought o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 January 1860

Finch's Liquid Glue, For joining Wood, Glass, or Earthenware. THIS useful and yaluablo preparation will be found to . suporsede all otlioieonioents for its strength and.tho convenionce with which it may be used. Price-Is. per bottle. Sold by C. C. FINCH, (Late J. and E. Row,) 84, .King-street, Sydney. Dandriff Lotion. THE great prevalence of Dandriff in the hair has Scalled forth a variety of lotions, more or loss success ful in removing this very unpleasant and distressing disease of the scalp. This wash is prepared from a recipe extensively used and proscribed by that eminent physician, Dr. Locock, and is the most efficient as well as safest preparation 'foe that purpose. It also imparts a delightful coolness to the head. In bottles 2s. 6d. each. CHARLES C. FINCH, (Late J. and E. Row), 84, Iing-street, Sydney. DO' YOU SUFFER from headache, giddiness, dimness of sight, spasms, indigestion, languor, depression, or loss of appetiteo, sickness, heartburn, drowsiness, flatu lency, pain...

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THE PRINCE CONSORT ON SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 January 1860

A.TIE.BPRINUE CONSORT ON SCIENCE. (FROM THE HAMPSHIRE ADVERTISER, 24TH SEPTEMBER.) We noticed in our last publication the twenty ninth annual meeting of the British Association for- the advancement of science at Aberdcen. On Thursday his Royal Ilighness. the Prince Consort took the chair vacated by Pidfessor Owen, amidst enthusiastic applauise, and pro ceeded to read the following address :-" Gen tlemen of the British Association,-Your kind invitation to me to undertake the office of your president for the ensuing year could not but startle me on its first announcement. The high position which science occupies, the vast num ber of distinguished men who labor in her sacred cause, and whose achievements, while .spreading innumerable benefits, justly attract the admiration of mankind, contrasted strongly in my mind with the consciousness of my own in signifioanceo in this respect. I, a simple admirer and would-be student of science, to take the place of the chief spokesman of the scien...

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