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CRINOLINE VINDICTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 February 1859

* .CRINOLINE VINDICTIVE... - -4-~-- (rq'o Tee iAisEIdIR OBSRVEB,) An Eleyenth Commandment we lately have seen To thi. Decildgue added-"Don't wear crinoline; 'Tis follj."--Tho gents have now ta'en up the race, .Aind liav'e'ized all tile fringes, and muslin, and lace. I had bought some to make dear papa a cravat; Iimiss'd it, when Charles cried " It's all round my hat.!' Desa granilma can scarce get a frill to her face, Th'ire's such a demand for mull muslin and lace. Our donkeys, the guerdon of folly to win, Have determin'd to wear their ears under their chin, With fringes that spread half a yard from their face, Surmounted by dickies of muslin and lace. For long dangling streamers the fashion prevails, Like a Turkish BIashaw with a couple of tails;: Not'" Horse-tails" I mean, your ensemble to grace, But streamers of fringes, mull muslin, and lace. So bearded and grizzly from forehead to chin, Like a hu"e sofa lobster burst out of its skin; Or like a $lack pot in a white pillowcase, ...

Publication Title: Kiama Examiner
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PARLIAMENTARY SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 February 1859

PARLIAMENTARY SU1MMARY. [FROaM THE s. It. HERALD OF 4TH FEnnUARY.] ' The Council was occupied for a short timno yesterday in the discussin of Mlr. MIontefioro's motion on the subject of Postal arrangemcnts. The House appeared to go entirely with the io tion, with the exception of Mr. Bland, who objects to any and every outlay of capital, which. shall not, in some way or other, be returned to Sthe colony... The debate stands adjourned to next Wcdncs Ay collision: took ,lace-betweep the. Attorney-.. 'GileiDir; "'id mmblers 'on '"a e. "dthe r side," arising out of the motion made by Mr. Wilshire, for produ'tion bf.pupeors in the ease of. the Queen v. Lang; and the Queen v. Fussell. The Attorney-General throughout his attempted ad dress, was initerrupted by calls to order, when at 1hifigth he made use of an expression, to the ef fect ' that ary person, dirctly or inidirectly, in parliament or out of parliament, charging the" Attorney-General with political bias, in the exe cution. of hi...

Publication Title: Kiama Examiner
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LATE ENGLISH NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE "EMEU." [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 February 1859

LA: TII E ENGLISII NEWS. . ARRIVAL OF THE " EIEU. " The steamship Emeu arrived at Sydney on the norning of Thursday last, bringing the December mail. Amongst her passrngers are Sir Charles Nicholson, K.C.B., Major Wingate, MIr. HToofl, M.L.C., Mr. George Chlisholn, and MIr. O. Bloxholm. From England we have no thing df importance. Politics and trade are dull. France and England have signified to the United States government their intention to uphold, by an armed force, the independence of Central American republic. The President of the United States has issued a proclamation warning American citizens from joining any filibunstes expedition. Walker is again about to take the field for possession of Nicaragua. In the United States the general opinion is that Buchanan will inot be re-elected to the Pre sident chair. In'Ireland, ribbonism is again about to be the order of tJhe day ? - Robert Owen, tile founder of Socialism,.dicd on the 17th November, aged 88. Her Majesty has conferred u...

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PHOTOGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 February 1859

Pnlo'roonureIy.-Our towqspeople will no doubt be gratified to hear that two gentlemen of nndonbted skill in theabove art, have arrived in Kiama. Their rooms will be opened on Tuesday next, when an opportunity, which may not occur again, will be afforlded all who would, at a moderate charge, secure to posterity the fleeting charms of the "human face divine."

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LAW REPORT. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT—SYDNEY. THE QUEEN V. LANG.—LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 February 1859

-LAWY REPORT. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT-SYDNEY. THE QUEEN V. LANG.-LIBEL. (ABRIDGED FRO EVENIONG MAIL OF 6TII FEBRUARY.) (Befoire his Honor tlhe Chief Justice.) The indictment having been read, containing the libel complained of, the Attorney-General opened the case. In addressing tile jury he (the Attorney General) expressed a strong disapprobation of the course pursued, not only by the rev. defendant, but also by parties having nothing at issue in the result of the case; also, commenting severely Ulion the language used by.the rev. defendant towards Mr. Berry-asserting that the same would, in countries less peacefilly blessed than Australia, have led to a breach-of the publ o peace, and to the -murder of Mr. Berry. After reverting severely to tile chief features of the first letter contained in the Illawarra Mercury of tilhe 23rd December, 1858, Mr. Barker was called, He knew Dr. Laug-lihad known him for some time. Was partner in the firm of Norton, Son, and Barker, and sent a letter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 February 1859

Wanted. A RIESPECTABLE Female Servant, one who understands her business. Apply to MRS. BUDD, Iron Store. Wanted. A Rlespectable general Female Servant.. Apply to . MRS. POULTON, S; .hoalhavon-street, !~., W ?ANTED, an A PPR.B NTI C.E; Apply to W. J. FRANCIS,; - Golden Boot, Kiama.. A Three-roomed Cottage to let, adijoining: Mr. W. Irving's, Auctioner. Apply as above. Gerringong--Batchering Establishment.. TTILLTAM IRVIN begs leave to inform the in Y habitants of Gerringong that he has com~ menced business in the above line. Families requiring a quarter or more may have it at a reduced price per lb., and delivered for thene in Kiama, if necessary, free of expense. - Caution. TEIHE proprietors of horses are particularly cau L tioned to give written instructions to their servants when directing them to purchase ROW'S EMBROCATION, OR FARMER'S FRIEND. The extraordinary and daily increasing sale whiclh its cumrative powers have secured, has induced several parties to offer spurious and us...

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OVERLAND MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 February 1859

OVERLAND MAIL. Downi MAIL. 1Up MAIL. Dpt. Arrive POS TOWNS. Dpts. Arri__l N. A ve ((.r CAMPnDLL Towe. pm 7.40 Daiy(Su.zc.ep.) I Daily (?.. excop.): 5. 0 APPrq. p~miD pm 40 a (u. excop.) Daily H. excep.) 3; m am olsonaoNo. :a"' ', ,,WOUoNOOSO. am, am a o Daily (H. excep.) l Daly (31. ezeep.) 0 m Daiy. 7 am 2 30 T. . and Sat. h .and S . O . m DAPmo AND ShELL IlARnOn. (an~ne MAIL) andSb 2pi. o lnir.an~.~ JAInkooLO. pm . T and Sat T. T. and Sn. am *pm, , TnJlO Ls .. -- a m 1 .. . KIAMA andauTh. l . Th. and Son. 0. •~' I-~~·-· ,'€eaved Dapto I Leaves S. aro - a .'r and SnTh. Monpl. . . and a Th. . am WPrl and GnAnmoooO. .0 STh and Sut. I Tun. n . and Suat. 0 SnoArnAycze. am= , .ri.m. 10 0 W.:,ri and Sun. I fon. W. and Sat oon a m o mo d·,and Sun. Jon.W.and Sn.t 'P1.m ULLAD"ILLA. . ~ . fon, and TUb. Teson. .and Sat. o ": •o Wed. and tun. -[Wed. and ?uu. • 11; 0 .. ULULnoLtA. + ! +I. p . 0 o. a T ..O 20 Thursday. ' Tuesday. . .p MUvLt.EDraREE. - . u• . -ooz0 S. oon.: Friday. I Monday. . .....

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NOWRA.—COURT OF REQUESTS. WEDNESDAY, 2ND FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 February 1859

NO,.VRA.-COURT OF . REQUES3S. WEDNESDAY, 2ND FEBRUARY.: (Before James Thomson, Johrn L. Biddi?pht A K.' M'Kny, and James Aldcorn; Esqrs)...: S?MesoN v JoNs.-Plaintiff claimod £7 10., balance due for labor. There being a doubt if the plaintiff had taken .the right 'course, the case" was dismissed. DixoN. v HYa..-.Dixon souglht to recover-£10, tlodevalue of a bulllck. ?li.. Ricbirds, for the-de fence, contended that the case being mixed by sale and re-s.ale, and having been before a former Cboirt and decided, there was no ground for a' re-hlearing. Case dismissed.. Ke.u ..v' ROlE, -Goods sold and deliveroeld:No appearance entered by defendant. Verdict fior plaintiff, 16s. and costs. RINOL \ND V READING.-Note of hand for .£6: The document was villueless; not hiiving a witness to prove the mark of the defenldant. Dismissed. HYAt v ToLi~v.-[his was a postponed case: from last Couit, to have the work of tivo water dams vidued. .Owing to the absence 'of the valuator, the case was a secondl...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 February 1859

MISCELLANEOUS. SorFTIIaN IN A NA?B?W-" I ain't going to be called a printers devil any longer-no more I nin'tl" exclaimed our filibuster the other day, in a terrible pucker. "Well, what shall we call you, hey.?" " Why, call me a typographical spirit-of evil, if you please, that's all." How To ESCAPE A CURnTAIN LECTUIE.L-A few nights ago, Mr. Jones, who had been out taking his glass andpipe, on going home late, borrowed an umbrella,.and when his wife's tonguewas loosened, he sat up in bed, and suddenly spread, out the parapluie. "What are you going to do with that thing ?" said she. " Why, my dear, I expected a heavy'storni to-night, and so I came prepared." In less than two minutes Mrs. Jones was fast asleep. AN EnUDITE cMAYOn.-?The Worcester (Mass.) C~hlronicle gives the following as a verbitim copy of a letter from a chief magistrate.of a certain cor poration i:--" Dear Sur,-On Monday next I am to be niade a mare, and shhll be much obliged to . you if so be as you will'sehd me dow...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 February 1859

* Few subjects connected with Australian country life are more fruitful of vexatious litigation, per sonal annoyance, and local public inconvenience thqn the undefined state of the law, and the official neglect, upon all matters relating to road , Swhether they be considered in the light of main thoroughfares, by-roads, or right-of roads. Crown Slands are sold ostensibly with the view merely to supply, the wants of the several applicants; but experience proves that very little, if indeed, any such consideration has ever animated the several _ governments wvithl which this country has been favored; the principal, perhaps the only aim being'to replenish an exhausted treasury, at tile cost, the extravagant cost, of purchasers, who, re lying upon.the wisdom of a paternal government, or executive, naturally conclude that they will have a right of road to, and from, their newly purchased lands, in which, before very many weeks, perhaps, days elapse, they find themselves most grievously de...

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SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, 1ST FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 February 1859

S SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF PETTY 8ESSIONS. :, : TUESDAY, 1ST .FEBIiAiRY. [vieo ouR-coRREsPONDENT.1 (Before A. do Mostro, James AlIcorn, and Alexan -der K. Ml'Kay, Esqrs.) SoUNA v BocIiRu AND WICKS.--Thlis great assault case from Collangatta, after beiliig post Iponed twice, was.compromised by each parity pay ing their own costs. DIxEN V CURTIs.-This was a b,?reach of contract Defendant agreed to fall wholly two acies of land, a site for plhtintiff's hbuse, aiid- partially fall eight acres around the said site. Proof lhaving been ~iven. that the work was notldoue according to agreement,; de?andant was orderedl by the Bench to go back anid fulfil the contract. Mas. MAcRY ANN DnE MESTIEL V OCrAnKDE.- fenldant having put'his horse into the clover paddock of plaintiff without her consent; contrary to the provision of the Enclosed Land Act, de- fendant, at thrcrequest of plaintiff, was:fined the mitigated pienalty of 10os. anud costs. ' Disrarc Cos'rAnrE BROWN v M'DsiInoTT?4I-. 1'Dermott plea...

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THE WAR IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 February 1859

TIlE 1W?R IN IN DIA. The operations of tihe armny under Lord Clyde will ere this have commienced, with a view to the final suppression of the mutiny. The cold season begings in the month of October, and doubtless the Cominander-in-Chie will lose no time in order to bring to ani end thd wretched scenes by which the fair peninsula.of Hindustan has been torn and disgraced du'ing the' last eighteen months. Tlhere is still vitality in the rebel hosts, and thely riare suffiolently'formidable to justify a grand military . plan for swveeping them to destruction,. The province of Oude is said to contain abont seventy thousand mnen,'icth. fifty-six guns, and .to.reduce this'-for nine columns have been oirgnnized at. Lucknow. These all traverse the country in various directions, and judging of the.. calibre of the enemy, men and leaders, they arle not likely to meet with any great hindrance in their tusk of relieving the country of its dis turbers. With the w?ather in our favor, we need he und...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 February 1859

CHURCHI OF ENGLAND CONFERENCE. We have been aslked upon what authority we presumed to differ in opinion with Sir A. Stephen, Sir William Burton, and otlhcr magnates oft the legal profession who have prepared and revised a bill to be laid before our Parliament, to regulatoe. the Church of England ill this colony. We a.n. swer, the authority of our reason, which tells us that, inasmuch as the FEpiscopal religion is not the Church of New South Wales, but is the Church of England in the colony, the rights, rubrics, canons, and constitution of which have been established by ancient statutes of England, confirmed by solemn acts of the Imperial Parlia ment, ratified by the Protestant voice of England, constituting the Crovwn of the realm the sole tem poral head of the Church, and& giving the titles to that Crown upon the condition that that re ligion shall be maintained in all its integrity. We repeat our assertion that the Colonial Parliament has neither legal nor constitutional r...

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REPRESENTATION OF ARGYLE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 February 1859

REPE?SENTATION or AnaroYtE.--Much dissatis faction has been expressed in various parts of tlhe electorate of Argyle at the conduct of the present hIon. member, Mr. Deniehy, in voting for the aboli tion of tihe supplementary grant of £14,0CO ftJr re ligious purposes. We are not aware whether ?Mr. l)oniehy intends to come forward for this consti tuency at the next election or not; but if he does, he may expect a very flattering reception amongst a large portion of his present constituents.. Weo have lately heard thie name of Sir Charles Nichol -son, time old and respmcted representative of Argyle, mentionodl as at probable candidate for this consti tuency at the next election.-CGoulblurn O/ronicle.

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THE RISING AT MOOLTAN. TERRIBLE SLAUGHTER OF NATIVE TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 February 1859

TiE RISING AT AIOOL TAN. TEIRRIBLE SLAUGHTER OF NATIVE TROOPS. Tile Bombay Times says:-" The most stir ring intelligence of the fortnight is the rising of the disarmed troops at Mlooltan, on receipt of the order for disbandment, and thle all but total destruction of t|e force, nunmbering 1.400 to 1,500 men. The disbanding of the troops in the Punjab having been decided upon, it wams thought desirable to dismiss the men to their homes at the rate of twenty per regiment per diem, a route being marked out for them from each station and the places at which they were permitted to halt on their way. At Moolhan thley consisted of the 62nd and 69th Bengul Native Infantry, and a troop of IHorse Artillery. On the 28th August the 69th Regiment was paraded, and listened in silence to the order for their disbandment from tlhe 1st September, at the rate of twenty men per day. Nothing was said to the disarmed Horse Artillery, or to the 62nd; the fact being that the latter regiment, which was suppo...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 February 1859

TO TilE FEDITOR OF TUE KIAIIA EXAMINER. Sm,-Havin, rea r in the columuns of your paper some tiine since, a series of renlarks on the applica tioinof public money on the iroads in this district I am desirous of calling your attention again to thb subject. ' A sum of money having been granted by the Parliament of New South Wales', to be expended on the roadl between Numba and Nowra; and tlhe expenditure of this sum having been entrusted to the Bench of- Magistr.tes at Shoalllhaven, it is requii site to ascertain.how the trust has been managed , . Statements have been made to the effect that the. Bench requiredl tenders for expending thoe .full tamount on the road between Numba and .Aldams' (the steamer's) wharf. Now, 'if M?r. Berry.actually undertakes and carries out the making and repair ing of that portion of the said road which passes through-his own- property, then it is manifest that tihe publio moneyils'to be expended in making a carriage way through theo De Mestro estate, very ...

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INDIA. ARRIVAL OF THE BOMBAY MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 February 1859

INDIA. •* ARRIVAL OF THE BOMBAY MAIL. *The Times' Bombay correspondent gives the following summary of events: : BoMthAY, SEPTEMBER 24.-You learn by the last? mail the particulars of Tantia Topee's de feat by General Roberts, in the neighborhood of the holy city of Natlhdwara. General Roberts retired, after his victory, to Nusseerabsd, leaving to Colonel Park and the Neemuch Bri gade the task of cutting off the rebels from the Chumbul. Tantia Topee's spies tumbled on SPark's force within 20 miles of Cotarea on the very night of the defeat, and thqir reports so frightened this partizan that he gave up a plan for striking the Chumbul by the Mlundesore road, and he fled rapidly to the northward, making no halt till he reached Bheclwarra, and placed 40 miles of ground between himself and any pursuing force. Thence, taking an abrupt turn to the south-east, he marched over the hilly country that separated him from the Chumbul, crossed in six or seven days no less than six rivers, and, pass...

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SHELL HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 February 1859

SHELL HARBOR. SFROMI OUR CORRESPONDENT.J A good deal of painful excitement prevailed here, about the latter part of the week, consequent on the reported failure of a Sydney agent, in whom great confidence appears to have been placed: the arrival of Monday's mail tended to corroborate that report. The entire sad helpless dependence of the hard worlking settlers in this district on the integrity and goodl faith of their town agents-of some of whom they know comparatively little or nothing-is a state of things which has surprised not a few. A want of dub caution in this important particular iB certainly attributable to the people themselves; for whilst their returns are made for a season pretty regularly, the possibility of evcntual-and to some, irretrievable-loss, never presents itself. Living at a distance from the metropolitan market, they are utterly unacquainted with the prices in detail; . besides, they have no appeal-or if they have, the cost antd inconvenience are too great. Se...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 February 1859

*COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE., SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. S. £ s.D. . s. ?D. Wheat, per bushel ...... 0 6 0 to 0 7 0 Maize, ditto ... ...... 0 4 6 0 5 0 Potatqaes, per cwt. ... ... .0 3 0 0 5 0 Onions, ditto ... ... ..C 5 0 0 7 0 Flour, ditto... .. ... ...0 17 O 0 18 0 SButter. per Ib. ... . 0 9 0 1 0 Bacon, ditto . ... 0 0 ,7} 0 010 Eggs,perdoz. ..... 1 3 0 1 6 Pigs, each ..;. ...010 0 015 0 Calves, dittb ... .. ... 0 1C 0 .1 10 0 Bark, pi ton ..... ....not saleable. W. HAZLET, Commission Agent, Sussex-street. Sydney, Feb. 7, 1859.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 February 1859

Newspaper Establishment AND MACHINE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, SI±6ALHAVEN STREET, KIAMA. TiHE Proprietor takes this opportunity of informing I the inhabitants of Kiama and thile surrounding dis trict, that he continues to execute Printing of every kindl and description at the lowest possible prices, and on tilhe shortest notice. Having at considerable expense imported some of tilhe most beautiful machinery ever introduced into the print ing business in New Kouth Wales, which for speed and execution of work, stands unrinvalled, he would confidently expect from the district a fair share of patronage lanld selpport. Book WYork Cards of Address Circulars, in script type Receipt Books Circulars, in ronde do. Order Books Posters Promisorv Notes Hand Bills Bill Headlines, &o., Executed .on the shortest sotice. The followingr'Fdorri.ma' be obtained at this office: Lease Forms Bank Books Apprentice's Indentures 3Money Order Books Formls of Agreement &c., . &e., &am...

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