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SYDNEY LABOR MARKET. COUNTRY WAGES (PER ANNUM), WITH RATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 February 1859
2' ;'o1DN Y LAIBOR 5[ARIKE1T Covssr Wuaois (osn InsoNo), wyRn sltons5. ?loinr 8 lbt.s to l0libs; meat, 10 lbs. to 14lbs.;sugar, gibs. tea, lb, weekly.] a. £ . Farmlaboren ·. .,· ... · .·30.0*035 0 Do.'ssarrled couples·. *. * 45 0 00 0 htoremen * 40 0 50 :-Ilotbeeer~cs .. .. . 20 0 05 0· artte laborerse o .. .b H . 0 40 0 eoob.men 1.310. 40 Doliock drivers. . . . 40 0 1500 HIoreedrvter 3,0. 0 40 0 Plo.,ghmen . . 0 0 30 0i Survesyor's men 30 0 30 0 Shepberds .30 0 33 0 Do., witisl tod'tocks. ....50 0 70 0 lliackssoitbs. . . . .6 0 50 0 Carpenters. . . . 40 0 tO 0 31.-S. iIAlcOl, Commission andijabor Ageot, Kiog-otreot east, at the premises formerly known asthe Meslbouros hlotel. Sydney Feb. 7, 1550.
WHOLESALE PRICES' CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 February 1859
IHOLESALE PRIOES' CURRENT. £ 1. d. £ ld. Wheat perbushel ... 6 0 to 0 6 Maze do do 0.** .. ... * 4 0 0 4 9 Barley dodo ..0 3 0 0 0 Butter ertb, .. .. ..,0 10 0 I 0 Chee pB'do wdo s . . .. , .. .. ... 0 6 9 Bcon .prib . . .. . .0 8 0 09. Hideseaoh, - ..0. .8 0 ... . ... ..0 8 , 0 0 Townmpptr.....-... - -... .. 0 8 0 0 4 0 Eggiimprdozen .;-- ;;. --;..' ;; " .. 0 t 3 0I 4 * Pottoeoperowt . .. ; ... ... .. 0 4 6 0 4 9 PIgs-.-; "..; "..' ' ;. '".'. ... . .. in dema nd * C a eeg . &lt; -..; -- ,. ;' ... ' . . . . r - '. . . ' d itto SOLOMON RYAN,'Mardet Wharf, Sydney, Yob. 7, 1859..
POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 10TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 February 1859
POLIC,'E.CO UR. TIIUlnSDA'Y,.TII. s EBRUARY.. (Before Messrs. Chapman, Fry, and S. W. Gray.) Larceny.-Samuel Green has been sent to Dar- linghurst Gaol forthree months. William Wilmot to the same hotel for two months, for making use of obscene language in the public streets of Kiama. ASSAULT.-O'Meara of Kiama, appeared to answer to a charge of assult preferred by Deane of Shell- Harbor. Complainant sworn, deposed: Was. in the Fermanagh Hotel on the afternoon of the 21st Januiry, in. company with some friends. I-Iad "pitched"' for several " shloutsi." After which a dispute arose between the landlord and myself respecting thoe return of soime change. Hlard wor(ls were exchanged, and Q'Meara lIid violent hands upon me. Duiing the struggle, dcfendant's wife entered the 'room, picked,.up ia firestiek, withiwhich she burnt me severely in the face. Mr. Richards appeared for the defence, and after a curt cross-examination, iplaced-the.feattires of.tho case in a very different light. Althoug...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 February 1859
Ironmongery. WI BUDD, having received a large shipment Y of the above, begs to call the attention of the public to some which he intends to offer at prices which must ensure a ready sale, amongst which will be found Iron bedsteads, in all variety Stretchers Ewebankls patent nails Holloware Hand, pit, and crossout (cast steel) saws Locks, &c., &c. i:. SO , rr1. IRON. STOREi :. February 12, 1859. . Kiama, Shoalhaven Turf Club Races. THE above Races will come off on the 15th, 16th, and 17th of March next. HENRY MOSS, Hon. See., 10th December, 1858. SHOW ROOM!!! '-HALL has now open for inspection in the • -New SHOW ROOM, Park Stores, Kiama, A choice and varied assortment of Genuine Drapery, Mercery, aid Clothing, ex late arrivals. Attention is particularly called to the following; viz.: Mantles :Shawls Silk Robes S"Balmoral Chalies Alpacas..' Lustres Chiirgtong Sh~ingtong Crape Sc?irfds,:rihly em-. hroidered.- .: -Meri's boy's Clothing, cheaper than usual Hosiery, Shirts...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 February 1859
Caution. THE proprietors of horses are particularly cau tioncd 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 which its curative powers have secured, has induced several parties to offer spurious and useless imits.a tions. These are utterly worth ess in respect of their professed powers, and resemble the original only in the similarity of the name, which has been adopted for the purpose of obtaining some of the patronage which has been so liberally bestowed on "Row's Embrocation, or Farmer's Friend." As these imitations can necessarily be sold, wholesale, cheaper than the genuine article, an inducement is held to 'tho storekeepers to supply the public with an inferior' article. The proprietors, with a view of further protecting the public against fraud, now attach their individual signature to the label of each bottle, and have adopted the use of Bett's. Patent Capsule,...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 February 1859
MISCELLANEOUS. -4e-- There are three companions with whom a man should keep on good terms-his wife, his stomach, and his conscience. A schoolmaster wishing his pupils a clear idea of faith, illustrated it thus:-" Here is an apple; you see it, and you know that it is there; but when I place it under this teacup, you have faith that it is there, though you no longer see it." The lads seemed to understand; and the next time the master asked them, "What is faith 7" they an swered with one accord, " An apple under. a tea cup I" A woman was testifying on behalf of her son anm swore " that he had worked on a farm ever since he. was. born." The lawyer who cross-examined her, said, " You assert that your son has worked on a farm over since he was born." "I do." " What did ho do the first year ?" "L He milkedI" The lawyer evaporated. A lady wished a seat in a crowded hall. A handsome gentleman brought her a chair. "You are a jewel," said she, " Oh, no, I am a jeweller; I have just set tho jew...
A BATTLE BETWEEN THE TWO CREEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 February 1859
A BATTLE BSETWEENS THE TWO CREEDS. A fantastical dispute, which resembles the Mor tara case in some of its features, is now filling tbe Irish papers. The circumstances are thus de scribed by the Times:-" Years ago-so long ago that six children hlave since tllat time grown up to fluency in the Church of England Catechism there lived in the county of (alway; and the city of Tuam, one John O'Malley, a member of that respectable and very useful body of men the Irish constabulary. John O'Malley was not supposed to be especially given to tile society of priests, and there has been no discovery made that he ever went outside his door to chapel or confession. But this steady policeman and indifferent Catholic fell in love, and the heretic girl of his heart was one Ellen Jameson. Ellen Jameson was an earnest Protestant, but she could not resist the policeman; she yielded to civil force, and, despite of family opposition, she became MIrs. O'M?alley. The course of true love ran smooth with thi...
THE IRISH GOVERNMENT AND THE RIBBON CONSPIRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 February 1859
THe IRISIH GOVERNMENT AND THE RIBBON CONSPIRAOCY. The following important proclamation was published in the Dublin Gazette of 3rd Doo.: BY THE LORD-LTEUTENANT-GENERAL AND GENERAL GOVERNOR OF IRELAND. PROCLAIMATION. EGLINTOUN AND WINTON. S"Whereas we had been given to understand that societies or associations of persons exist in several parts of Ireland, the members of which are bound together by oaths or obligations of a seditious or treasonable character; and whereas many unweary persons may have been induced to become members of, or otherwise to conicot themselves with, such societies without being fully aware of the penalties which they have thereby incurred-now, therefore, for the infor mation of all persons concerned, and for the better prevention and suppression of all such societies or associations, we the Lord-Lieutenant .General and General Governor of Ireland, do hereby declare and make it known that all societies or bodies of persons associated under the pretended obligat...
WHOLESALE PRICES' CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 February 1859
S n'IIOLESA.T PrIOES', OURIUNEl . - , / • £ s ' :s. d.' -£ «.d. Wheat per1flmabo .. . ...0 B'OtoO 6 6 Jfaklodoo . .. 0 0 04 0 Barloy dodo .. .. 0 3 0 0 3 0 Buttorperib . .. 10 0 . 0 1 0 Ohcooso.dodo . . . 0 6;, 0 0 8 Baconperlb . 0 0 8 . 0 0 '0 Hideseach.. . . .. 0 8 0 0 0 0 * owolsper pair . ;. .. ..; O A 0 6 0 4 0 Eggsperdoze r. . . . 0 13 01 4 Potatoes per owt.. : .. . . . .. 04: 6 0 4,9 ' igs ..' ... .. in demand Calves ... :*.. ... . .. ditto SOLOMON' HYAM, M.arkct Wharf, Sydney, rob, 17,1859.
ENGLISH AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 February 1859
ENGLISH AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. (roM THE noM0 NEWS OF 17vII DEcEMBER.) IRELAND. Signor Gaavzzi has been lecturing at Cork on Italy, Luther, and Cromwell. The first lecture Was postponed till precautionary measures could Sbe taken to prevent a riot which was apprehended. When the lecture was delivered an armed body of 50 police attended to protect the' audience; and the whole of the military were confined to barracks ready to turn out at a moment's notice. The barony of Clandonough, in which was the scene of the murder of Mr. Ely, was proclaimed on November 24, and a party of 20 police drafted into the parish of Kyle, on the landholders of which the expense of keeping them will be levied. A magistrate has been removed from Carrick-on Suir, county of Tipperary, for special duty in the Queen's Comunty, and is stationed at Borris-in Ossory, which is only about two miles from Ballaghmore, the late Mr. Ely's residence. T'here are several rumors prevalent in the district respecting J. Delane...
SYDNEY LABOR MARKET. COUNTRY WAGES (PER ANNUM), WITH RATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 February 1859
BYDNEY LAUOIR MARIET. - CourzevntrWAzOE (PER ANNUes), WITreIsATItONS. [flour, 8 Ibs. to 10 Ibs meat; 10 Ibs. to 14 lbs.; sugar, Ibsa. tb?a, Ib , weekly.) S*s. A o. Yarm laborers.. . .. 30 -0 to 85 0 SDo. married couples .. ... .. 45 0 0 0 Stol'emen .... /.. 40. 0,50 0 Uutkccpers ?.... 20 0 25 5 Garln loaborers o.... .... :.. o 5 o K r40 0 :Stokmen . 135-0 40 lBollock drivers .. .. ..' 40 0 50 0 IIorsodrivers.... 300 5'40 0 1Ploughmen "., . . . .0 0 2 0 Surveyor's mon .....30'00 500 Shopherd .... .. . .30-0 5 3 D?o., with 8 to4flocks 50 0 70 0 Clackemrths .. .. . 8. 0 80 5 -: C arpe nt er s. . " 5405 0 00 0 13. S. IHAIGI, Commission andLabor Agent, King-street east, at the premises formerly known ns the Mfelbourno Hototl. Sydney 'ob. 17, 1550.
WHAT A RIDICULOUS FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 February 1859
K WHAT A RIDICULOUS FASHION. (nose Poan.) TuN,-" The King of the Cannibal Island." Nowr crinoline is all the rage, .,With ladies of whatever age, A petticoat made like a cage, Oh, what a ridiculous fashion ! ' Tise'framed with hoops and barbs of steel, Of tubes of air, which lighter feel, And worn by girls to be genteel, S. ..Or if they've figures to conceal. It makes their dresses stick far out, A dozen yards at least about, And pleases both the thin and stout, Oh, what a ridiculous fashion ! CHORUon. : Balking, walking all the day, Always getting in the way, All, except the ladies, say, Oh, what a ridiculous fashion ! One female takes up half the street, And can't sit clear mn any seat, And walk half round each girl you meet, Oh, what a ridiculous fashion! Or in her dress you hitch your stick, And tear it, if you're walking quick; Of crinoline all men are sick, It forces them their way to pick. A carriage withl a lady's clothes, If she rides in it, overflows, And people shout, whe...
OVERLAND MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 February 1859
OVERLAND MAIL. DowN Ian.OIL UP MML. Dopts. Arrive POST TOWNS. Dopt Arrivo I camInou Tow . 7.4 , Dally(Suexcep.) I Daily (?. oxcep.) , . . .4 Dl .xep.)I Dally. cp.) , m S n ! . . ... ) l ,nii~ N ... am ( O. ONm .10.m 0 Daily (excop.) Dally (. xcp.) 10 0 m * SO Daily.;, •? ',:Daily.':,! a: |? Wasn DAn?o. * Nooni. Dolly. I Daily. .m0 mDAo. am p 1 o2. e Daiply.r" D?il.r:il 7'0 am (oanscn AnIL.) nd Tb. 2 p~m. ItP~ andBb. 1 a .TAxanoo.a. 0 T Th. and Sat. I TU. Th. and Sun. * NAsA. a pm Tu. Th. and Sat. [u: Th.and Sun. 4 m m '. Fri. and Sun. Mon. W. and Sat. 0. G- ''ERRINGONG, Sm W. IFrl. and Sun. I Mon. W.and Sat, pm I soA~uAvEC. m1 W.'.Frl d Mn Won. SW and Sat oon am Woo , and bun. Yed. and Sun. 11n o ,~~~,, nn~ao:pm VLr iznenIts. 2. Tureday [ Tud . . * MaonMERnEao Noon Friday. [ ronday. m oo Fr . e . - Noon. am N;oon. :. M~onday.,' [ Tuesday.o S ,* ' . DODALLA. o nday . Tuosday. .0 a m Tuesday Monday. m Noon 0.0 ·n / 0 DAednesday. ' ntdy.,: (on. 8.20 Wednesday. j Saturday. Neoon.
EMIGRATION FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 February 1859
ErMIGRAnTION PnRO THE UNITED KINaDOM.-As many people who desire to assist in bringing out their friends from the mother country may not be exactly aware as to the best persons at home to whom their friends can apply for information, the following list of Government Emigration oflicers is copiedfrom areccntbook. These oflicers are bound to give all information and assistance in their power to intending emigrants. They are :-London Commander Lean, R.N.; J. T. Forster, Esq., R.N.; Commander WVestbrook, R.N.; Lieutenant Barnard, R.N.; and Lieutenant Aldridge, R.N,; office, 70 Lower Thames-street, London. Liverpool-Captain Shomberg, R.N.; Lieutenant Prior, R.N.; Lieu tenant Saunders, R.N.; Lieutenant Bourchier, R.N.; Commander Stuart, R.N.; and R. Evate, Esq.; . office, Stantley's-buildings, Bath-street, Liverpool. Southampton-E. A. Smith, Esq., R.N. Plymouth .Captain Stole, R.N. Glasgow and Greenock Captain Frere, R.N. Cork-Captain Kerr, R.N. Belfest-Captain Dye, RoN. Londonderry-Cap ta...
THE AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY.—ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 February 1859
THE AUST1?ALIANV MUTUAL PR O VIDENULT SO CIETYI.-ANiNUA L ,MEETING. (FROM THE' SYDNEY MORNING IERALD.) The tenth annual meeting of the Australian Mu. tual Provident Society was held Friday afternoon, in the principal office of the institution, at the corner, of Hunter and Pitt-streets, for the purpose of reeeiving the report of the Board of Directors, and for the election of two of that body-one in the place of Mr. Arthur Todd Holroyd, about to retire by rotation, and not eligible for re-election, 'and another in the room of Mr. John Fairfax, also re tiring,;but eligible for re-election. Another matter for the 'disposal of the meeting was the choice of auditors for the ensuing year. There was a large attendance of members; every available space in that apartment in the building usually set apart for these meetings being fully occupied. The Secretary read the report, which was as follows: "The directors have to report a large and satis factory increasd to the business of the corporat...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF KIAMA. EXPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 February 1859
S?HIPPING INTELLIGENCE. -4-- PORT OP KIAMA. EXPORTS Per Illawarra Steam Navigation Company's Steamers for the week ending 18th February, 189 :--325 kegs butter, 1 case cheese, 5 coops fowls, 5 cases eggs, 64 pigs, 13 calves, 6 lambs, 3 bags wheat, 44 ditto maize, S 74 ditto onions, 3 hides and sundries.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 February 1859
S Newspaper Establishment AND MACHIIE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, SHEOALnAVEN STREET, KIIASA. TrHE Proprietor takes this opportunity of informing I ,tle 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. Having at considerable expense imported some of the most beautiful machinery over introduced into the print ing business in New South Wiales, which for speed and execution of work, stands unrivalled, he would confidently expect from tlhe district a fair share of patronage and support. Book Work Cards of Address Circulars, in script type Rccipt Books Circulars, in ronde do. Order Books SPosters Promisory Ndtes Hand Bills Bill Headings, &c4 Executed on the shortest notice.'" The following Forms may be obtained at this office: Lease Forms Bank Books Apprentice's Indentures M Ioney Order Books Forms of Agreement &e., &c., &e. His ty...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 February 1859
COMMERCIAlL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. £ s. D. £ S. D. Wheat, per bushel ..0... 0 6 0 to 0 7 0 Maizo, ditto 0 4 6 ' 0 50 .Potatoes, jper cwt. . * 0 3 . '-,0;i, ,.,.5 0 *Onions, ditto 0... '... ' .. "0 O7 O Flour, ditto... 0... .. ... 7 0., ,0 18 0 Butter, perlb . ... 0 0 :0 1 0 Bacon, ditto 0... ... :0 07 0 0 10. Eggs,perdoz. .. ..... 1 3 .01 6 Pigs, each ...... 7...£..... 0:10 0:' 0 15 0 Calves, ditto .. 0 ... ::,01 0 1 10 0 Bark, per ton ..:/... ...'.not saleable. : W. HAZLET, Commission Agent, Suissex-street. Sydney, Feb i7, 1859... .
PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 February 1859
PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. February I5.--Hrault, French store ship, 460 tons, captain Galle, from New Caledonia, 6th instant. February 15.-Armsitta, schooner,.180 tons, Captain Seamson, from the Feojees, 29th ultimo. February 15.--Catle Howard, ship. 757 tons, Cap tain.Tons, from the Downs, 11th November. February 16.-Melani, barque, 130 tons, Captain Shall, from Foe Chow Foe, 20th December.
KIAMA LITERARY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 February 1859
TIAMA LITERARY SOCIETY. PER FAVOR OF THE K[A3IA EXAMINER. At a meeting of this Society; held on Tuesday, thero were present tho Librarian, Secretary, one member, one stranger, and two ladies. How well these isolated.beings looked in the ancient dreary building. How creditable to the taste, talent, and intellect of the neighborhood was the beggarly array of empty bonches. Has the pursuit of wealth deadened the minds of our people to all nobler de sires. Is skill in butter making or the fattening of pigs the highest object of our ambition? I hope not, but it looks like it. This Society has the honor of being the oldest in this district, and has outlived many others since established; is it now to die? Perhaps Mr. Editor something from your able pen ever ready and willing in the cause .of progress may avert thd evil. The Society is possessed of money, a well-stocked library, and a valuable half acre allotment in the town of Kiama. Nothing is wanting to its advancement but effort on the...