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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 January 1860
-. DIAlY. Days of thi Week:I - | Sunrise sunset O SA'UNlhAY ........: . 7 8 5 7 10 14 bUM)AY I 8 j 0 7 10 1I UrOs1DAY ....... " 5 4 7 10 1 -. THE EXAMINER. .. ' , . 'UIpLISIIED 'ICVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. All cobimnoiultlions intended for inscrtlon must bo authonti carted by the nause and address of thu writor-not necessarily for ipublicatlob, but as a guarantco of good faith. • We cannot umdlertakc to return rejected communications, , - Advertisers are rectuestetd to bo particular in marking tho number of ilserltions on each advertisement, otherwiso they will betiiacrttad and carged 'for till coiutcrrmandcd. .Order, for witihlritwal or alterations, must bo sent to thi olfico (in writing) belbre noon on tih day prior to publication. BAT.UR.DAY, JANUARY 7, 180G.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 January 1860
--LLAkWARRA. STEAM NAVIGATION COM .' ;PANY.--In order to ensure regularity in the staiitin of. the Steamers of this Company at the 'iTdvertisdi liours, as well as increased speed in the conveyance of passengers, some slight alterations hlavo bonff'decided upon, as will appeoar n the fol lowing TIME - TABLE. BETWEEN SYDNEY A: D ,WOLLONGONG. FROM SYDNEY--Monday ýfitd Thursday, .at 10 a?n:u. oil Saturdaiy,' it 8 n.u m and on Moniday* anid Wiednesday,;) at'11 p.m. 'ROM WOLLONGONG-On MondiyWdneiosday, : anid Filidy, at 1I p.m. piompt; and on''Tuesday, :and Thuisdlay;, at 2p.mi :.. St r '.: SYDNEY AND KIAMA.' " FROM SYDNEY-On Tuesday andiThursday, at 0 ,.p.m. direct ; on .Monday" and Wednesday,* at :11 pa. ;. and on Saturday,: at 8 a.m, calling. at .Wllengong. ' FROM 'KIAA11-0n Monday, Weodnesday, and SFriday, at 11 a.ii.' prompt; and on Tuesday* • and Thlinrsday,* atnoon. ,SYDNEY ANT) SHOALIUAVEN. FRQM. SYDNEY- Oau Tuesday and Thursday, at 9 pin. ;, and oi Satuliday morning at 8 o'clock....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 January 1860
A nmeeing, somewhat numerous,' was held on last Wedicsday evening, in the School of Arts, Sydnioy, for the. considerition, antongst :other things, of the propriety of retaining the tax on .tca and sugar for educational purposes. Several highly influential gentlemen addressed the meet ing advodating. this 'course; but,' despite their cloquence, a large majority at the meeting were jipsosed. to ']) 'JENKIINS' Scheme-the scheme ~ropounded by the orators. . There are none more anxious for. the education of the young than we are; or' none, we think, would feel more pleased to cotitribute largely, wvhetheridirectly or indirectly, for educational pur poses ; yet, with the majority of that meeting we would coicur in denouncing any illegitimate pro vision being made-even for the education of the children of the common people. We would hope that 'the gentlemen who sustained a defeat so signal as that sustained on this occassion,: would not speedily'attempt again to enlist public sym pathy wit...
A TRIALOGUE BETWEEN HIS WORSHIP THE MA(RE), BOB THE MILLER, OF GERRINGONG, AND JACK THE TANNER, OF KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 January 1860
A :TRIALOGUBo BETIIr'ivErN 1 WORSHIPl TIIE' NTA(RE), " B3OB.-'T?LT "l ILLER,' OF SGR, RIING ON,±. 'A-N.D .A JACK- 'IE T' TAN-" NLER, .OF M :. .AAA. : alT yanDisOREEA 0 :Aicdlieaice ::The thrkee' "Joln ie, 'iof Jamboroo. BoB Tnm MnLLEmR: :aVlWhit!fiftcoe ier ciit. ?o : it Our back it will belCt.' , S So Bloiw awy, Joe, and Seed lier.c S" ,?Miiid you'iwriggl o'?b : ut : ri t:l'o worm Grringong out;"' S* ,' " r, Foe.r tbhing's the work of a SJAockr'Tioe TAN e Sotli o"oldnrc"caol',l .,: . i: 'Their'" grievaices"' stated;: l,.. nt I?can't oay wliat thoir decrees The'? tlioy lablo d iii ' ;vai, Thoyamay labor agagil ; " W hat's to hilder the reatol' ' .Fo ,th'e Caunbri?ian vows" " aced tlheOre '. Denuded rolishotid, . In the maidst of the crowd, al aIIllf, siuotar'll n BDerry iseeds,' Sir, l oimbi;' n(ro) ;:,' ? '. hrou&lt;?li't mn" rin 'rntire, - - ' I lao lilta flothn hoct agiiC ied S,-: r tSii Arced for tihe neiat S' And -as for thle rest, S . c,? ;.;,". : H'll oppose but never...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 4TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 January 1860
T ? ? ICIPAL: C0ou N -.T , .. Presont.the . ,a yo?l Al dermlm care , Mille , Pike, Blow, Iinrilhan;hd Robliion. ' he` minuites of list mnieting vrte ? ad 'nd coni "Tf' Clole'k ? oadl'a lottfr fot lll1.;,I.' PCrrott, Eslq.; stating th ballot boso wcroe thCo pioporty of thoe Go:crimunt, niid': could liot, thorforo, give them u p. .Also, a leiter from tho Coloinial Scicotatry, with tlhcseal of the corporation. 'Aldcrtiau BLow'r oved-=-: Tlint each.ward should pay its own.sirvoyor. " Cirried untauiilously. Alderman SuiARPE moved= That tdnders be called for from contractors who will undertanl? the temporary repairs of certain portions of tihe road lying between n gate about the middle of 1Mr. Cook's land inld the south boundary of Mr. eudalits grant. Seconded'by Alderman Brow, who said that they could not but all agree that this was an ex ceedingly 'necessary work, as all who had been along the road with cattle were well aware of its state. Alderman 1 Irr.u said he did iot'intendl to op ...
LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE OF ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 January 1860
IIAYING 'IE: HEO UNDATION STONE OF' SS1 JOIHANS COLLEDG. (AllinirasD FROJi-TIIE FRiitIiAN'S JOURNAL, 4,Th TAiUARY.) Ycsterday,:the octavo day of the feast of Saint John, will be over mmmorablo in the eccloesiastical annals of Australii,:t. On it was laid the foundation' sto'on'of' i cii ducationial. cestablishmont .vciilii weo oiipo ? illin courso of .time becom .propiduti+o of. thio highest results--roeligious and intollcctual -to our,conmmunity. At half-past oloeven o'clock nearly ,two,thousand-people wore .present - The 'weather, "which had bdom:oft lowering charactor, .chailgcd, and a thtck drizzling rain fell with littlo intermis-: sionduring a,;great portion of thle ceremony. Tlio procession formed at ialf-past .11 o'clock, and comiiiirised, besides:tho Archbishop and his train ofe priests acolyths, the secular Follows of. St. John's College, the members 91 St. Mary's Litera!i Socielty, tli mnombers'of th Sacred Hearct and St. oinidict's `Catliolic Youiig MBin's Sobcitics (in ...
MUNICIPAL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 January 1860
HIuslc:pr,A.-Our buigesses should bear in mind those facts :-Ist. The nomiiation of nldermen takles placeo the first Tuesday in Februaiy. - 2nd. That no elector will be allowed to vote, unless his rates be paid.: ,rd. If any elector for the district have escaped the assessors' friendly visit, it will be necessary for hint to apply to tho Town Clerk to have his name enrolled, or he cannot exercise the franchise. 'We have it on tile hest authority that out of over six hundred rate-payers there aro only some tonl or a dozen appeals lodgcId anid, strange to say, one-fourth of the number is'ilrol local niagistrates, wlho are to' act as jurors between" the Council and rate payers. Disatoro CounT.-This court will sit on Monlday, the 23rd instant, and weo' are inormed by the Registrar that summonses cannot be issued lifter Tuesday next, the 10th instant. Thbso parties, therefore, who intend to apply, should instruct their solicitors without delay. A SronaTIso ExcunSio.--On noet Tuesdtay, it...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 January 1860
TO THE EDITOR OF TIIL KIAMA EXSAliNERi. .Sin,--To save "Daylight" from being overtaken by the shades of ovening in his search after rellable inforimation reesp?tihgi the fliancial state of tho..Wesleyan' fancy hBazaar latoly held in Klnma, and test his last faint ray of hope should : ncud. doloeful despair, I haston to his rescueo. And although I cannot shed much light on the mind of him Who is "Daylight" already, still I hapipen to "know a thing. or two" which may help to clear away the clouds in which ho is obscured. In .tie first place, allow.mo to inform "Daylight'? that there was'a conmmitteo'formnd, but they isgoeneral wero not very. encrgetio: in theodischargo of thie duties devolving 'upbn thenai. .. . .... : , And," as to tho;mineaa nd rellecthio inshlsotion; ý.pcciing *.asticles being presented and not obseorved, perhaps if Dlyliightk' h dl heein permitted to seec itl thu articles tlihat wero presenetedto the iBazaar previous to their being exliosed for.sale it Klina, ihe ...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 January 1860
lSHIPPING INTELLIGE NCE. (AnmoBRI D FEpoI TUE EIUALD AND EMPIRE.) 'PORT OF SYDNEY. Janunry 4.-Ticler, Aomerican schooner, from Nnaigntor's Islands 5th December, with :0 tons pearl shells, 13 banls wool, 10 drip stones, (D hides. S SAILED. Decemben8r,0. Ch frroline, or SItLjE n5I6o. ( 1 . - ~ ATrn IWS?iAstD January 0.-Mimlosa (s.), from Xinaa and iWollougong, withu 0.- 0 kegs butter, O6 hides, 50 sheipsklns,; t0obgs -brn," cascmo :J'auhry 4%-.1 5 id (s-),froent Kinma and Shellharbor, with 41 e ~' butter,' C0 pigs, 10'calves, 4 sides bacon, ' hldes, 1 coop poultry; ltrunl (s.), from the Olyde River, with 130 hides, 4 i horns; 6 bundles shnulpskins, and sundrics. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 January 1860
11 T4ACCINATION.-Mr. CHARLES will VAC-. S' CINATE, at 11 o'clock EVERY ,THURS-. DAY. MORNING (for a few weeks), "at his 'iresidence, Barney-street, Kiama. 30th December, 1859. I/R. JOHNSON CULLEN, Auctioneer ,and General Agent, Jamboroo. .RllR. T. R. COATES, Importer of Earthenware, lVI Glass, &e., 480 George-street, next to Hanks aid' t-Lloyd, Sydney. Orders from the country punctually attended to, and goods carefully packed by experienced hands. D EGISTRY OFFICE for Hiring Country Servants, .L 1i62 Pitt-street north, Sycnoy.--J. C. GLUE, Labor Agent, HIRES every description of Male and Female SERVANTS, and forwards them with despatch. Immigranti hired on board ship. . PRODUCE AUCTION MART and STOCK. REPOSI J.. TORY, Now Market, Marl=-rrstrst - Sydney.: SPRITOICARD and WILLIAMS, Auctioneers, Brokers, and General Commission Agents. T LLIOTT'S FAMILY HOTEL, corner of King and lI Sussex-streets, Sydney; at present known asthe ENNISKILLEN HOTEL, and formerly as the Saraccn's He...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 January 1860
'"'COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. :;,Mri V. Hazlet, reports the Sydney porduceo :nrketnas follows:-- s W:hohat, per bshel, Gos Gd to s. ; malzo, ditto, as. to. ?s. 3d, liotiatoed peo cw', (now)' 8s to s, (old) Os, to' 7s. ; onions, ditto tiU.; flour '01; butter, per 11. Gd. to Is.; eggs per dozenO Is. to' 1l 3d ; pigs cach (in dond) 10s to 30l ; calves .ditto (dull), 10s : to15 Ilsoiwls plr couiple, 3s to s. 6d; dnckso, Is to 3s Gd. 'td 'I' io' 3riitboobd Disyatcli,,of 31st Decembnler, reports : " Tll.titei ihsaly tains haoc nearly put a stoli to businesis during theii week, and the storelieepers comlplain that eveiything is very .dull. .1'rvisio aredull of sal, little coming in. Butter may `'li" ejluotcd'it ta 0'l' to s" pjr lb; cheese, if sound and good, Gd to 'lOgd:; btcono,ls to ls 01 l. , Carriage from the Clydo, £0 per or. . i ' ,alls reporli thle sale of,. during the week, 23,000 :bricks iat l5 per thousaud I also, a small parcel of soft goods at Slowlirriecs Busluness during .the ...
PORT OF KIAMA. EXPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 January 1860
PORT OP KIAXA.' ,, EXORTB . . cr I. 5.7' Co.'s steamors for thoewcek endingJanunry 6,ISGO: Ls kegs butler, °"cases cheese, 2. coop fowls, 12 osesa oggs, 2pulsgo b , S0 pigs, 1i calves, 24 bags wbheat, 31 bagspliss 2ed, 2 bags onions, 10 hides, S bundlles calfakiis, and sundries,
MORUYA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 January 1860
lORUFYA ADCLS. -----O---L S(FR1OMi ~L nRAItDWOOD DISPATCH.) --Tliese races' chi?io ofl' on the Glenduart race-course :on ,Tuoadiy, '27th December. The day was a wretcshed one, tho rain pouring down in torrents without the slightest ccssntion firom mnorning till night, and us a natural conlsequence te course was in very bad running order, alid in some placces very. hoggy. No accidents, ie 'are hapqpy.to say, occurred during the meeting. A good many ladies grased. the course by theiir presence, not withstlsnding the inlelemneey of the weather; there was also a strong,muster of tlhe "cognoscoenti" of the dis trict, and a largo number of miners from Aralnon wore also present to witness the performances of Donny Iarrott's creek, Cromnrty, which was an universal favor ito for .the Champion Sweepstakes with the Aralueon division. ." First Ilaco.-Match for £ leO. Two miles; one event. lost. 4lbs. each. ?r.'i'. Flanng.i's Is bg Cailsoilar, by iwtbos (sins)., . 1 Ir James 1laisga'sa b g meuu,...
ULLADULLA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 January 1860
i get shorter and horter oeCIy tinio of good iietlo send you, and I .suppose that in the mid - t'silidl; hiave nothing; in flht, it has nearly c6ini to toiat 'state of things at the prlesent titme. : :c . ' iThme weather hay been very; unfivorable to: the wheat growers, and a good deal of the whbeat has been damaged by the wet, but not so muhih so as had been expected. If we get uelio weather'this ?wek it will be all in, and then it mayy rain as much u?sit likes. Th'lero was to have bees a gamo of cricket to-day, but owing to the bustle attached to thei harvesting, it was deemed advisable to postlpoee it to t futuro timne. I have not heard when it will ome o ff Mr. .William Walters has been appointed to prepare the electoral roll fobr 1860. 1 .hope aill. thoso emtitled to have their names thereon will. soe that they aro inot neglected, if they are, the ifault will be their own. The ncw postolliceo has -beeni opened :to"day,' and all parties who wishi to avail. themselves of the bcnc...
SHELLHARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 January 1860
SHETfAIAUIBORLV The Council met, pursuant'to edjounmoiit, on theo 3rd instant. Prosent-?The Clhairman, Councillors Marin, James, Wilson;.and Collins. Minutes of previousmnlcotiug road?i'sigi.el, iand coo firnied., Several tenders We roreceived for improving roads, nccording to advertisomeoint; But tenders 'iill not' be decided upon till Tuesday next' The Treasurer informed the Council that lie had paid' into the :Commercial ;Bank; to the oredit' bflthe corpora tion, the sum.of '?61 8s TOd: !!'. : . The Finance Committee recommended' the', paymeht of the following items:--.' "- "MI[,r; ic~h?tcrl i to ;... • ....... 15 i - Ircessrs.' M'Gniiand Conway.;...;'4. 14 0 5 i S ho Couancl Ctrki......... ..... 17 0 0 ; On tim motion of Counoillor James, seconded by Councillor Wilson, it was carried, that thO abovo items be at once paid.
JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 January 1860
JAMBEiSROO. '1'hoe neeting coinvoked sono wcclks since ait Kiamnn, in aid ol' the ibleo. Society, alppcars tfiomi the oreiort to have leoii." a great. saccess." An attompt to get up ia de 'monstrat.ionl'or the smine object in Jalnboroo, on Mondaay evening nlast, proved, uilbi'tuilatly, in spilte of the ex callence of the inlldetioii, ii total ifailur. This circsma stance cauniot be considered ver$y surprising', sinco. no .publio inoticeo hal been giiven, 'o litr as I am aware, by tlio originators of the aflhir, of their initention to call iany scinuh meeting i;aiid soiio of those wlioos presenco ,was specially desired, only heard of' theo ater at tli last iimoinoent. tad it beeni anniiincd haccordiing to the usual practico, I do ;not tlink .tlhe people of this seighborhood would havo shlowin loss zeal for the iln ortant object ib view thain tliose 6ol Kiatin. As it .was, howeve, I sin inlbimed tlhat tlio mcotiiig consisted of some half-d0ozn gcitlemen i (worihiiplil; roverend, and r...
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS—NUMBA. TUESDAY, 3RD JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 January 1860
covQU'r O1 o 1' EI'T'Y SESSIoxs-'NU A., ';.'L'' TULESDAY; 5D5i JMuAY . '' :R Jane OGatrlagher v. Jouln ''Guii'o-n-lafilitioi l 'cnse. Postp.ond lo the 17th b'r fluthor ovitt dencen. *;'c : c J'ucc v; ,i'.attilsol tlfor ti'oiatenilg Iaguago..'Thio:ciase turiicid oui to b a iipaltrty one, anil: waldsmissed. ":.is,..; J'is.tii't Cdostiibleu '. F'li et-ulhalr g'.o o-.bein - idrulik and disoiderly. l, Sunteiei d to 'ISlhoturs in thie cku p. : hoe lohuli took ititd:csideratioi theo iihost desabl plhiuofolr the biraiich i lost-bflico iit Gihetibills, irlion Mr. K?eoip, torekecpe, trwctas reconiinendld to 'tlio P'ositiliitCr General. ' " : J'Tro aro :six cases on tloli ist for to-nioirow aItith Courlt of Reqell[sts, Nows '. . "' ' ' ' *' .,'': :,::: . . ". .,?,.? . . ? - .?, ., .'. " ;.. ",: ,'
SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 January 1860
SHOATLJAVEN. T'he Council met inl the Council Chamber, pursuant to adjounrnment, on Saturday, 31st December, nt four So'oloe£; -p.m. c at IPrclcsit---Tho worshipfil the 3lMayor in the chair; Aldermen M'Guire, Iico, Moss, and l'Kenzio. Mi*. Boyce, the Town Clork, read the minutes of last meeting, which, upon the. "motion of. Alderman Bice, .a~ccolmdd by Alderman Moss, wecre conlirmed. - T hoown Clerk read a copys ofa letter addressed to the hon. the Colonial Secretar, oibrwardiug for the approval 'o' His Excellency the Governor-General, a design for the corlporato seal of this municipality. : 'fh'l Town Clerk' iead several letters which had been received from theolon. the Colonial Secretary; also a letter fraom the Kiamas Council, enclosing copies of the .by-laws of that body; and one fiom the hon. the Secre tary for. Woiks, stating that a survey should be mado of the road leading from Nowra to Gremnwell Point, toge ther with 'other roads in the district. : :answer ..to a question fr...
POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 5TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 January 1860
oPL=' COURTr. InturesdAY, TH JANUARY.' (Beforo hsl TYorshins the Mayor, Messrs. Perrott, Hind I nt.i'sh, Fry,1iloules, RIobb, and Gray, J.P.'s.) !'Jamnqfurvisaionsummonied James Sharpao fo -il leally impfomnding a ball. Tliis case had been adjourned for a fortnight, the B;nbh haviun sought the, advice of thie :lAttornoy-Gcderai ona ,point of adjudicating in-the caie;'~ "aid? it lhavisn receeived an'nnswer after two respeated .applications,. to?:case wasG adjournedlsfor aliotlierbfoi? Il d i "a".iiir. Aeired for the i mthit ,idM P Oiien for the deendalnt. -Campbell M-Mercer=csiiinioned Wim. Cait· r feTorasssault. The dofoidait havin:i forwarded tothe Benich a medical coltifhcitco of hliis li oty riit weralness, to aitted, tlhe caseo was postponed :'bi thre weoolkse, theo ilniitlffa not bheiri able to attend sooil or.i Mr. W1'arig." or ;the "plaintif. ' SJane .I 'Lelland" summoned her husband, John t'DLelliand, lbr ill-'treatment. No appearance of tihe' plaintiff.- Case disis sed. r J...
FOX GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 January 1860
S; " Fx;0OlIoi'ND. U. ? '..'. . TrlU RoADS.-Our'roads, or ratlicr bridlo tracks,;'iro in i terrible,. rough state fiuin hero to Gcrringolig.: 1 nioticed, as I was passing', tlio other daly, tlhat tihe pirtioi of road leading through iMri. M'lnty'ros fun, which was aot, to a party to rouid:iup cud form water titbles oli oacli side,. is not yet completcd. It' will soon be impas-l sable, as tlhe moist weatlherthiat 1;d aro havying is lmaking it a real .quagmiro. Tihe party who hlad tlio setting of the job ought to getltlio man to linish it btefore it goets any worse, iiiand not Jidvo it, like tihe bridges, to the *contractor's own judgment. At lirst, when the job for. tho making of.tlheibridlges was set, evoi'ybody hlad iLiy iinl thel mitter, and at Ilit niobody cared to know any' tlhing about it'; anii now. .tiLshy lnro bii?rly paissable. : 'it likely that thie tops of .abb"g-ltroees 'are any good whaltever? 'Tlio buts nro f'or .ilakilg bridges I do not wish .to cast any cons?turi on ...