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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 February 1859
Newspaper Establishment AND M3fACHINE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, SHOALHAVEN STREET, KIAMA. lWHE Proprietor takes this opportunity of informing I the inhabitants of Kiama and the surrounding dis tict, 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 ever introduced into the print ings 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 Work Cards of Address Circulars, in script type Receipt Books Circniars, in rondo do. Order Books Posters Promisory Notes Eand4 oBilu h. -o ' .Bill.Headings,. &g - --lxeso?ed on the sliortest notice. ." The following Forms may be obtained at this office: Lease Feorms Bank Books " Apprentice's Indentures I Money Order. Books. Forms of Agreement &c., &e., &a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 February 1859
Holloway's Pills. THE EXCITING CAUSE OF SICKNESS. 1HE blood is the life-sustaining agent. It felrnishesthe L components of flesh,.bone, muscle, nerve, and intenu ment. The stomach is its manufactory, the veins its ,is tributors, and the intestines the channel through which the waste matter, .rejected in its production, is expelled. Upon the stomach, the circulation, and the bowels, these pills -act simultancously, relieving indiges tion, purifying the fluids, and regulating the execra tions. A WONDERFUL CURE OF A DISEASED LIVERI WYith Indigestion and Loss of Appetite. [Copy ofta letter from Mr. Thomas Barber, chemist, Eye, Suffolk.] "March 5, 1853. "To Professor Holloway, "' Dear Sir,-I am enabled to furnish you with the par tioulars of a very extraordinary cure of a liver complaint, which had baffled the skill of the most eminent medical practitioners in this country. Mr Alfred Fiske, residing at Syleham, a few miles from this town, has been a severe sufferer for fnore than four ye...
WHOLESALE PRICES' CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 February 1859
WfHOLESAL PRIoES' OUnRNt.l . 8. s. a. d. Wheat per bushel .. 0.. 0. . to b 7 . •Choese dodo .. . ... 0 0 ' 0 8 Bacon porlb .. .. .. ... .I 0. 8. 0 0 0 TIldcs c . ...- .. ... ... .. 0 8 0 0 0 0 rowls per.palr ... . .. . ... 0 0 ' Eggs perdozon .. *. . ... .. 0 3 0 I 4 Potatoes por cwt..' .. ,. :., ., 0 3 0 3 0. 0 Pigs .. .. .. .. . . " *... ' in domand , Calves •d .../ *' ..;. •. : . ..'- ' ., " :; "ditto SOLOION IIYAIE, Sayrkct Whrf, Sydney", Fob. 23,' 159. "
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 February 1859
SMISCELLANEOUS. The mother's heart is the child's school-room .. *Rememnbier ye who ridicule a young man for his parsiimony, that by and by he can be generous.when ypu havi nothing to give. 'Ladies' bonnets now-a-days are barefaced 'false hoods. The mother who saw a baby prettier than her own has been sent to a lunatic establishment. AN " EYE" FOR ANTIQUITIEs.-Abel Morrall, the Manchester needlemaker, traces back to his parents-(Adam and Eve, the apron-makers)-the invention of the needle. LANOET AND LEATHER.-Doctors never differ on the subject of bleeding--their patients. -It is said that all shoemakers are earnest upholders of women's right's-and lefts. Everything, moralises an American contemporary, must have altered very much in a short time. Only a few years since General Jackson, being seated be tween two ladies, said he felt like a thorne surrounded with roses.. President Buchanan said, a few days ago, while riding in an omnibus, and being seated between two ladies, he felt li...
SYDNEY LABOR MARKET. COUNTRY WAGES (PER ANNUM), WITH RATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 February 1859
S SYDNEY LABOR" 3IAItCET. COUNTRY .WAoES (PER ANNUoo); WIT RATIONS. 'Flour 8lbs. -to 10 bs; meat, 10 Ibs.' to 14 lbs.; sugar, 2 lbs. S ten, lb., weekly.] ) . 'arm lanborer... .... 0 0to 35 0 Do. married couples.. .. ..45 0 50 0' Stormen'. . . . .. ....40 0 50 0 Ilutkeepers.. ..... .. ..... 20 0 ?5 0 Garden laborors .. ... ...... 2.. 5 0 40 0 Stockmen .. ... .. ..35 0 40 0 ullock drivers .. .. . ..40 0 0 0 lHorse drivers. .... .. ...-.. .. 30 0. 40 0 Ploglmen .. ... ... ...80 0 35 0 Surveyor'smon ..... ... . ...830 30.8 0 ,hepherds ...... 0 0 33 0 Do;, witlh 3 to 4 flocks . .. . 50 0 70 0 Blacksmiths 08 0 80 0 Carpenters ... .. .. ....140 0 00 0 B. S. IIATOIT, Comminsion andLabor Agent, KIng-street east, at the premises formerly known as the Melbourne Ilotel. Sydney N ob. 24, 1850.
A WONDERFUL NARRATIVE. STRANGE DEVELOPMENTS IN SPIRITUALISM.—THE DEAD RISING FROM THE GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 February 1859
A TWONDERFUL NARRATIVE. STRANGE DEVELOPMENTS IN SPIRITUALTSM. TIHE DEAD RISING FROM THE GRAVE. We find the following strange story in the :Urbana (Ill.) Union, credited to the Crown Point Register, Lake county, Ind. The latter paper says: We have received the following letter'fri' Dr. John Morton a gentleman of veracity and high professional standing, formerly from Cleve land, Ohio, and an old schoolmate of ours. We .think its perusal will convince our readers of the entire truth of all that is said about modern spiritualism : Grand Traverse, Mich., May 24, 1858. Editors Register,-I send you the following account of a most extraordinary event, or trans action, or what you will, because, in my opinion, it ought not to be suppressed, but, on the con trary, thoroughly investigated. In the midst of the excitement .here, such a thing as calm and unbiased examination is altogether out of the question; nor would it be safe to attempt it, inasmuch as the determination of the people is stron...
STOCK AND STATION REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 February 1859
STOCIK MND STATION REPORT. Garland and Bingham report that there is little doing in store cattle.' We have lind some inquiries for goodl store bullocks both in Sydney and from our Melbourne -cbriespondeint's. . --oh ., o. , . - ýv -.l,.cte(-a ]arge lot of wethers at 11ls. Gd. this sweek on easy terms. Breeding evwes con tinue in demand; there are accounts in Sydeyv of severe losses in some of the Northern Districts by (umberland disense, but these are exaggerated - Wool.-1'he late sales show aconsiderable fall in wool, with little inclination to purchase at reduced rates. Our opinion that it will prove.more profitable to ship than continues unaltered. Stations.-We find it difficult to sell any but first class stations. This week we sold to Messrs. George Muir and Co, the stations of Baengenbrong and Khancoban, .on' the: Mnrray, without stock, for £6,000. Small .sheep stations'ln the Northern District would sell readily and a' good profit.: ' Farm an Freehold Properties continue in r...
BLESSED BE THY NAME FOR EVER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 February 1859
BLESSED BE THY NAME FOR EYER. BY HOOG. Bles.ed be thy name for ever, Thou of life the guard .and giver; Thou canst guard thy creatures sleeping; Heal the heart long broke with weeping. God of stillness and of motion, Of the desert and the ocean, : Of the the mountain, roock, and river, Blessed be thy name for ever. Thou who slumberest not nor sleepest, Blest are they thou kindly keepest; God of evening's parting ray, Of midnight's gloom, and dawning day, That rises from the azure sea, Like breathings of eternity; God of lifeo ! that fade shall never, Blessed be thy name for ever.
OVERLAND MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 February 1859
OVERLAND MAIL; Down MAIL. UP MIAIL. Dopts. Arrivo . POST TOWNS. Dpts. Arrive p O CAMPIELL TOW. 7.40 Dally (Su.excep.) I Daily (1. oxcep.) 0 m APPoN. . 0.40 Daly (Su.oxcop.) I ily . oxcop.) a. a m ..WVottoNaoa. a m a m 0 Daily. . excop.) I aily (N. excep.) 10.0 a m 0,3 Daily. a I . Daily... - . ES DAITO. , a lyp1.8 0 D ail " lly. D i . : T I a. m 12.80 Tu. h. and Sat. Tu. Tb and Sun. 0 0 DAPTO AND SHELL IIHARBOR. (BRnANcn MAIL.). Leoaves Dapto Leaves S. Harbor H. and Th. 2 p.n. ?1. and Th. 10 am JAMnLnnoo mTu. Th and Sat. j T Th. and Sun. . m ?. Th. and Sat. I Tu.:h. and Sun. am .0 0 W. ed. and Sun. en .oe. and Sat. 8.' , bu y"I !tu.,esdy ;.. W. r. and Sun. M?on-. W. nd Sat -. 0 Sun. on. W. and Sat o Loon Wed? and Sun. Wed. anda Suni 11 a ULLADULLA. p , m on. nad Th. T an m? pm day Today o. 3.00 Monesday .M.o|nnootr on Noo n riy.' ,: Tunesday.': 4 Monday. Tueoday. a aoo Tuesday. Monday. asday. M o nonday. oon 3BE0A 8..0 Wodnesday. I Saturday. Noon.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 February 1859
Photography. M ESSRS. PICKERING and STEWART return their thanks to the inhabitants of Kiama for the patronage which they have received during their short visit, and are sorry that prior engagements will not admit of their stopping longer than the forthcoming week, at the expiration of which, they are pledged to visit the Shoalhaven district. Those desirous of availing themselves of the pre sent opportunity of having correct and elegantly finished portraits taken, will do well to visit their rooms during the week. * Rooms at Mr. P. HAIVISON'S, Manning-street, Kiama. Gerringong-Butchering Establishment. W ILLIAM IRVIN begs leave to inform the in 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 them in Kiama, if necessary, free of expense. The Lease of Business Premises at Jamberooi Stock in Trade, Household Furniture, &c. MESSRS. IRVING AND FOWLER are in st...
IMPROVED THRESHING AND OTHER AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 February 1859
IMPROVED THRESHING AND OTHER AGRICULTURAL IMPLEr,rENTs.-Amongst the agricultural imple ments recently- imported fiom the United Kingdom, the attention of our farmers has been especially directed to two threshing ma'chines at the establish ment of Messrs. Garlandl and Bingham, of Yorlk street, which have just been. received from the cele brated manuhlcturing house of John Gray and Co., of Uddingston, by Glasgow. The largest is of four horse power, the other of two. These machines exhibit a great improvement on the old Scotch principle, being 'almost entirely made of wrought iron ; their being nearly indestructible and simple in construction, cannot get t out of order. The patentees state, that, in the opinion of the most experienced agriculturists in Scotland and Ireland; (where these machines are now in almost universal use) machines of the power of those they have sent to Messrs. Garland and Bingham will, properly taken care of, last a nineteen years' lease, without the slightest r...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF KIAMA. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 February 1859
SH: SIPPING INTELLGENCE. PORT OF KIASIA. Per Illawarra Steam Navigation Company's Steamers, for the week ending 25th February, 18.9 :-380 kegs' butter, 2 cases cheese, 4 coops poultry, 8 cases eggs, 90 pigs, 17 calves, 6 sheep, 60 bans wheat, 40 ditto maize, 42 ditto unions, 4 ditto grass seed, 24 hides, 2 hundles sheep and calf skins, 2 kegs ale, 1 crate 24 dozen oeb bahges, and sundries.
DARBY DOOLITTLE IN SYDNEY SEEIN' QUARE THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 February 1859
DARBY DOOLITTLE IN SIDNEY SEEIN' QUARE THINGS. PER PAYOR OF THlE KIAIA, EXAMINER. Ochl, murdher in Irish, darlin', but I'm a'most kilt. Its meself, your own Darby, has been acrass tlie salt say since I last saw your smilen face, an' I'm now in the grate methropolis, the city bf the southern' homisphllre ; an' whin I stand, my head is swimmin' round an' round like a whippen-top, an' whin I lie upon the sophy, th' onaisy thing is gpin' up an' down, up an' down, all as wan as if it wanted to throw me overboord. But it wasn't so bad as it used to be, only for the dizzifyin' sinsa tion, for I wasn't a bit sick, sorra a taste; the say was mighty civil, the wind was fair an' polite, an' my stomak quite accommodatin' like. Why thin, what a quare organ that same stomak is; its a leveller, Biddy, it makes radiculs in common of everything we ate an' dhrink, from the kingly sammon to praties an' point; from a jug of claret to the noggin of butthermilk, an' from the noble sirloin to a pig's feet...
BERRY V. LANG.—LIBEL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 February 1859
BERRY v.LANG.--LIBEL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. Sm,--r. Alexander Berry has abandoned the: prosecution of Dr. Lang and Mr. Fussel, on the ground that the Attorney-General refuses to permit the prosecution to be carried on by counsel retained for that purpose by the said A. Barry.. In the se cond paragraph of his letter he states that, " before taking any steps in these cases I had fully con- sildered the matter, and was perfectly certalin that if justice was to be done to my character it would be necessary for me to retain private counsel," &c. Now, it would be necessary, in some measure, to under stand thoecharacter of.MIr. Berry before a discern ing public could judge the chances he would have of receiving justice by leaving the prosecution in the handls of the Attorney-General. If, for exam ple,, Mr. Berry be a very 'quiet, inoffensive man, (and I have never heard to the contrary) who only wished to show the world that he is not that dis eased moral character t...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 February 1859
Mr. DENIEIIY'S motion, "that tile correspond ence of ROBERT OWEN, ESQ. with the. govern ment, in reference to Mr. W. D. MEARS, Clerk of Petty Sessions, Kiama, being permitted. toact as .a certificated . Conveyancer, be laid .upon the table of the House,"' demands some notice, not :only because it is iihtended unnecessarily, unwisely, arid unjuistly, to interfere with a legitimate voca tion and unreasonably cripple the resources of a highly deserving.public servant; but also, because from !the local source of the motion and profes sional sympathy which it met with from the mover and its .supporters, we suspect the morality and patriotism of the motion, if any, were somewhat obscuired by the narrow-minded desire to legislate for a class,}and legalise monopoly by undue inter "ference of' the government, to the injury of the public, or, at least, of those who wish to employ the services of a Conveyancer, either in Kiama, or in' any other/country. part of the colony where one Attorney-at...
NEW WOOL-PRODUCING ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 5 March 1859
NEW, WVOOL-PRODIOING ANIMAjLS. (FROe T~E SAITLAND SERCUSY.) It is quite a common tiling to hear persons attribute the growth and progress of this colony solely to the gold discoveries. In their eyes, uninstructed by actual experience of the state of the colony before the year 1851, but for the happy enterprise of Mr. Hargraves, New South Wales would have been niow a place of poverty and torpor, instead of one of activity and wealth. Other persons again vary the remark or obser vation, by deny'ing to this colony the credit of any progress worth naming, and by contrasting with its rate of growth the growth of Victoria and California. Both classes of critics are right in part, but wrong in fundamental truth. As contrasted with Victoria and California, un doubtedly the progress now being made by New South Wales is slow, steady, laborious-devoid of most of those glittering results of quick and successful speculation which attract every eye in those two countries. And contrasting tho grow...
WHAT I LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 5 March 1859
loveHTYTILOVE. I love an open. countenance, A kind and noble face, The index of an honest heart, That loves the human race; A brow on which a smile is thron'd, Like sunlight on a flower; As open as the regal skies, With beams of love and power. I love the kind and welcome glance, That proves we're not alone; And oh ! how sweet to find at times Some feelings like our own: A heart that beats with purest hopes, To pity and to bless; That strives to make earth's comforts more, Its pains and sorrows less. I love the man whoso generous smile Is given with his hand; Who sees his eqsal in all men, And all men equal stand; Who sees not the distinction made SBy human laws, between The man who has, and who has not, But loves from what lie's seen. Ilove the man whose heart is true, Who seldom wvears a frown, And loves all men,.from him who toils, To him who wears a crown; With mildness ever on his lips, A free and open mind, A brow with mental grandeur spann'd, " A soul supremely kind.
BERRY V BARR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 5 March 1859
BEnnY v Baun.-As many of our friends have beeon making inquiries if MiIr. A. Burry will continuo procCedings against the Prolpriotor of the L'.aminer, we have to inform snuch that hle still does so, laying damages at £1,000 for the insortion of Dr. Lang's lettor, copied into our paper from the lltnwarrao A PIaINTNcO TELEoRAPlr.-TC fiuid thile follow 'lg paragraphl in Tuesday's HIlrald.i referienceI to the intendced sunmarillo tclegraph Ifor Iass' Straits: -Th'.le most satisfaictorly aIccounts hlave been re coivdl as to the construction of the stubnarino cable for Bass' Straits. 1High authorities in telegraphy have examined it, and oxpressed satislaction at it. Two of Prlofos.or lIughos' printing machineos are to accompany this telegraph by way of experiment, to test the value of the invention. Its groat merit, as claimed by its inventor, who is an Amenrioan, is, that it prints thle messago at both eunds of the wire in Roman type, so that the sendor sees exactly what is duplicated at...