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THE REV. DR. LANG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 18 December 1858
THE REV. DR. LANG. When this gentleman arrived in Shoalhaven the Presbyterian Minister and elders at once tendered him the use of their church to perform Divine service and preach in,. but it appears fthere is an higher pQwer than theirs, ari unchris tian malevolent illiberal spirit superior to their c:hristian desire to compliment the man whom above all others has served the cause of christi anity and of religion more than any other of his church in New South Wales. Late on Satur day night Mr. Alex:. Berry, M.L.C., addressed an angry note to. the Rev. M. Garven, threat ening to denounce him to the Synod if he per mitted the Rev, Doctor Lang to preach in the church which, he, Mr. Berry thus presumes to have authority over as he gave the land upon which it is erected; the former transmitted it to the elders, and u?on the con tents being made known t tthe Doctor he at once declined the use of the church fearing, from his knowledge of Mr. Berry's . ing vindictiveness, that he would har...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 18 December 1858
Wesleyan Foreign Missions. SERVICES, in aid of .the above Missions, will be held as follows : At KIAMA, on Sabbath, the 19th instant, TWO -SERMONS will be preached In the Morning, at 11 o'clock, .by the Rev. W. Scho field, and in the Evening, at 7 o'clock, by the Rev. J. Malvern, (Missionary from Fiji.) At JAMBEROo, in the Morning, at 11 o'clock, by the. Rev. H. Mack, and in the Afternoon, at 3, by the Rev. W. Schofield. At Gerringong, in the Morning, at 11 o'clock, by the Rev. J. Malvern. PUBLIC MEETINGS will be held- in the above places:: At Kiama, on Monday Evening, the 20th instant. Chair to be taken by John Marks, Esq., M P. at 7 o'clock. The Meeting will be addressed by the Deputation and other Ministers. At Gerringong, on Tuesday Evening, and Jamberoo,. on |Wednesday Evening, the 21st and 22nd instant, Meetings will be held, at 7 o'clock. A Collection will be made at the close of each service. Public Notice. T HE Churchwardens of the Episcopalian Church: of Kiama will be in a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 18 December 1858
Newspaper Establishment AND MACHINE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, SHOALHAVEN STREET, KIAMA. THE Proprietor takes this opportunity of informing the 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 ever introduced into the print- ing 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 Circulars, in ronde do. Order Books Posters Promisory Notes Hand Bills Bill Headings, &c., Executed on the shortest notice. The following Forms may be obtained at this office :- Lease Forms Bank Books &nbsp; Apprentice's Indentures Money Order Books Forms of Agreement &c., &c., &c. ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 18 December 1858
MARRIED. On November 27th by the Rev. J Watkins, at the residence of her father, Mr. George Bullen to Agness youngest daughter of Mr. J Weston of Kiama. DIED. On Saturday, the 11th instant, at the Kiama Hotel, of sympathetic lock-jaw, Mr. Charles Ranson, aged 50 years. At Sea-view, on the 18th December, after a long and painful illness, borne with christian fortitude, Lavinia, youngest daughter of Danial and Jane McIlwrath. ------------------- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 1 January 1859
The Electoral Reform Act places-,th'eigreat fiuture of the colony in the hand., of the people;' the time.of action is drawing near when the ap preciation of the privileges conferred upon .the electors will be fully tested either for good or evil. In the mean time the public mind should calmly, dispassionately, and wisely deliberate upon the responsibilities and duties which devolve upon all, in o.brder to enable them to select fit and proper men to.represent and watch over the interests of the country : party feelin,_, friendships, partiality; or personal animosities, must not be permitted to have either sway or consideration in influencing voters' minds; above all, that insane cry of religion and the undercurrent of i politico-religious influ ence, whether lay or clerical, must not be allowed to.'varp the judgm nt.of the elector-n' his decisioni 'either for or against; the political integrity of the candidate must be above suspicion, his qualirica tibhn to discharge thithfully and ...
SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. December 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 1 January 1859
SHOALHAVE1E. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.1 COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Decemnber 21. (Before Kenneth Mackenzie, Lindon Biddulph, and Alfred Elyard, Esqs.) Wheatley the younger v. Hughes, for feloniously stealing potatoes from the field of the plaintiff. After some amusing evidence from the witness (Mir. Wheatley, sen.) their WorsF ips found Hughes guilty of the charge. Sentenced to 14 days in the lock-up. Mackentyre v. Dixon for assault, which was proved. Defendant was fined £1 end 5s. 4d. costs. Geehan v. Ryan, for illegally impounding nine head of horses. Through the absence of the plain tiff's solicitor (Mr. Richards) case postponed till 4th January. The Bench appointed Mr. B. Brown, district con stable, to collect the Electoral List for the. police district of Shoalhaven, when the necessary declara.: tion was inade. NoTmCe To ELECrTOts FOR :'THi DrsTRICT OF. SIIOAIi?AVEN.--AII prdsons wishing to' have their ,' names enrolled under the new franbchise;, are par ticularly requested to for...
"THE SHOALHAVEN IN CUBUS." [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 1 January 1859
"TILE SHOALIIAVE' INgCUBUS.": -" Under the above startling heading is a letteri fromlDr. ?ang i thheIll` arra iM;a rctry of lith 28rd ultimo-, from; which; we, make :the followinmg extract net doubti?g .but it .will prove highly in teresting and most acceptable to our readers -in the above district :-- i . .. Thba'stopjage of 'th 'direct'navigation to thee' Shbolhaveniat' Greenwoll Point is' a grat' h'in drane to tie prosperity of the district generally. The north arm, ofthe. Crookhave6hI hliae been told by those who ought to know, could be easily deepened,- so as to admit of. the..passago.:of...the Sydney steamers, at a cost of only a few thou sald; pounds,; this awill, doubtless, be one of the, very first operations of thel future Municipahityi of the Shoalhaven district.;: At.prosent, indeed,i it would be regarded by Mr. Berry as an unwar ran table and crudeinvasion of the " vast solitude"' whiclh.:he has created around him in the Shoal haven district;.thereby virtually sliuttiii...
THE COUNTRY RELIEVED FROM CABINET LAWYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 1 January 1859
TIlE COUNUTRY'RALIEVED FROM :· ' :- 'CABINET "LAWYERS. .'`-: Thatiks, ten thousand thanks, to. Mr. erster, for his motion, ." Tfhat"thle public service iwould. benefit by separatiou'of the duties of 'Crown: law officers, from -those: of Cabinet Ministers ;" and thanks.to the Assembly for affirming,'a resolution which the voice of the country, throughout its length and breadth, will joyously. respond to,.not withstanding" the penny-trumpet sound. of Mr. Faucett's opposition.. We consider the lair which made'it imperative thiat'an. Attoriney-Ge!!eral, inecessarily a lawyer, shall' be -.a,,member of thei: Cabinet and of, the Executive Council, a great mistake ; it was how ing downl to a class,' highly respectable though it be, alimited class,,of very lirmited ideas upon that which should be the broad principles of legislation. It was an admission as unwise as it was unfounded, that'without a'lawyer in the Cabinet the country would not be ruled wisely, judiciously, or accord ing to cons...
WHOLESALE PRICES' CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 1 January 1859
S.WHOLESLEE PInieS' CURRENT .:. .. . ... . * ..... &- 8.. d, . £ s .d. Whest pr bushel ... ... 0 8 O.toQ 8 0 31aize doo o. . * ... ; ... ....-.,.... 0 ;.0 ;:o0 5 - inrluy dodo. ..." . .. ..:.. - .. . ., : -4 0 - . 0.. 6 .0.0, Butter per Lb'i.. : . ." .; . .O 1 0 ,Oy' O I3 . Cheesedodo .. .. .... 0 0.. o 0 0 , Bacon perlb '... , .... * 0- 08 000 0 Hidesech..: . . .. - 0..O8 0 0 9 0 Powlsperpair .. . : ... *.... .. 0 4'8 : "0 ,S ,i Egps per dozen .. . ..' ; ..0 0 0 0 0 O SPotatoes per owt. .. ;': .; ,'* .." . *.' " 00 6' 0 O; 0 8 0' Cdves .. . . . .. . "d. .. ditto SOLOMON. IIYAMi, Mirket Whar', Sydney, De. 30, 185?? 8.'
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 1 January 1859
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. S..£ sD. £ 'ae.-D. Wheat, per bushel ... 0' 7 0 toO0 8, 0 Maize, ditto ... ..... 05 0 -. 0 '5 3 Potatoes; per cwt.. .... 0 4 0' 0 '5 0 Onions',ditto -.... ..."0 5'0: 0 8 0O Flour ditto.: . ..1 .:. 1 0 0-': 0'" 0 Butter, per lb., ... '.; . O :0 9 '0 1 '3 Bacon, ditto .:. 0 0" 7 0 0 10 Eggs; perdoi.' .i;..... ..' 1 3 0 1 4 Pigs, each ... ....... .:016 0.: 1 10 0 Calves, ditto . .;. 0 1e 0 0 15 :0 Bark, per ton ... -. n`.' not'saleable. S e HyZL0ETi Coinmissio4 Agent, 8dsisex-streBt. Sydiey; 30th Dec:;l1858..
SELECT POETRY. THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 1 January 1859
SEL'ECT" POETRY.'K= THECcLiOSEt'bK TUEF :YEAR;[ SOh tO why should Iitteniptto ring ., T?? ?'if lloof timd in' o rwl:g tone; Or eall"v tune my lyre to si ig , A requcari to the year that's gone ? It'has not been to.me so.bright, That I could mourn iti timely end ; Oi?sit me down in grief to write Farewell to a departed:friend ! And if'twould tarry now with me, , rI should, in sooth be apt to say, : Pass on, I've had too much of thee • :. To thank thee for an hour's deiy' !". .Thy .course was mar'd, dark closing year, ? . . y.many.n sigh and bitter tear! . By promised joys too long delayed-r :-: ,B.hopes that only bloom'd to fade,,. By all that steals the cheek's warm glow, hat syrings the heart with silent woe, Tamps the gay plumes of Fancy's wviin, And nips the blossoms cre they spring And turns the lightsome lay of gladness, E'en int its flow, to streams of adliness.; . An illihlldes with clouds of care and fear hlie spioinise of another year. :': '
THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 1 January 1859
THE ATLANTIC TcEr:aRAPW -We are not a demonstiutive race.: We take our successes and. our failures with equal gravity. Our cousins across the Atlaintie haio' picked up more of .the quick, expressive southern element, and they beat us in the display of public feeling. In the first apparerit success of the Electric Cable they' went madv with delight and self-applause. Though we' had contributed equal science and most of; the capital, they forgot us altogether. No sooner does the wire give uncertain signs than they discover we havei had the managementof it, and that all will be right as soon as the American instruments can be conveyed 'to Trinity Bay. If any faith, however, is to be put in a startling" despatch received at Halifax from New York,. our instruments are more efficacious than theirs: At this end of the cable we have neither given? way to extravagant joy, nor fallen out of temper with" our partners in'the scheme, because for the present things -weru't as we expected. Yet the...
WANT OF EMPLOYMENT IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 1 January 1859
WANT OF ?M.PL 0 Y .IIENT IN NE',W SO UTII S l'VALES.. (Front Lloyd's, Weekly London Newspaper.) To the Editor,-Sir,-Pormit me, through. the medium of your journal, to expose the false and flat tering statements which are sent to England-by the' Syldney Aorniag HeIrald, with regard to the state of labour in New South Wales. Whait the motives are which canr induce the editor of that Paper to send home reports calculated to induce men to break. up their homes is best known to himself; certaiiii I am, that the. editor can have ino good authority for; the statements male by the Herald, with regard to the state of labour in the colony, there being no staitistical records kept, or any obtained, -either by the' Government or by private individuals, as to who aire employed, or who are unemployed; and, there fore,'the reports of the Sydney Morning Herald can rest upon no better foundation than the' reeklyr reports emanating from the labour offices, the pro-. prietors of which are as intere?te...
KIAMA LABOR OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 1 January 1859
KIAMA LABOR OFFICE. : Farm laborers' (l demand) .... .. 30 0 to 35 0 Female servants "1 0 20 0 Ueftul tadsa . 15 0 20 0 Mfarrled couples . .. ...... ? . 45 U 50. 0 Garden larborers ... .. . .. 5 0 40 Stookmen ' ' " . 5'0. 40 . Bulloek drlvers .. ? . 4010 0 0 0 Horse drivers ,. ..... 80 0 ! 40 0 PloughmoI ... . ..a. 0 n 30 0 A" SHEFFIELD; Labor Agent, , anni?'gstreeot Kioma.
SYDNEY LABOR MARKET. COUNTRY WAGES (PER ANNUM), WITH RATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 1 January 1859
SSYNEY LIAdBOR ,?IARK2T. - COUNTR1Y AGES (PER ANNUMI), wVITI IRATIONS. [Flour. 8 lbs. to 0 lbs; meant, 10 lbs. to 1 lbs.; sugar,. lbs. tea, Ib, weekly.): . £ e. -8. Farmlhaborers.: ; .. .. .. '"0 0 to 85 0 Do. monrried couples.. . .. . ... .45.0... 50 0 - Storemen .. ... 40 0 50 0 lutkheeper .. . . .. ... 20 0 25 0 ardenolaborers .. .. ... .. . 0 40 0. * Stockmen?' ..3.. .;1 0 40.0 Bullock drilers ,r. .. .," .. 40 ..0 0 0 Ilorsedr'ver .. ... 30 0 40 0 'lo-gbmen .". 0 3. 5. .;:::'... 800 0 -3 0 Surveyor'smen ... ..; .... 0 0 1 :. 0 Shepherds .." 30 0 8S 0 -)o.,with 3 to 4 flock .. ;... .. .. 50 .0 ,70 0 IBlacksmlths .. ... ...... . .. 08. 0 . 80 0 Carpenters .. .. ... . .. ... 40 0. to .0 B. S. IIAIGIf, Commiesion andlabor Agent, Kin;-street oast, at the premises formerly known as tho Melbourin Ihotel. Syduy' Der. 20, 158.. . THE KIAMA EXAMINER. PUBLISHED WEEKLY.
"POLICE PROTECTION AT SHOALHAVEN." [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 1 January 1859
"P, OL'OE 'PROTE'COION AT SHOAL HA VEN." Our attention has been directed to a letter on the. above subject in .the o.Illaviarra, leicurU, signed " J. Roebuck,'" stating that "very. many. robberies have: taken place-stores' have been. broken into, houses robbed, fields pillaged, &c.; and during the whole time.he cannot recollect any portion of the stolen property ever' being recovered, or an arrest taking place." • yo, too, have been "a resident for some con siderable time in this district," and a very sharp observer of .passing events; the result-of our ox perience enables us to say that Roebuck's censure upon the police is inconsiddmte, unjust; and not so true as we should have expected from such a pen. - Thereaderof such an unmeasured attack upon the morality and honesty of the Shoalhaven dis trict,;would naturally infer that honesty was the exception, anrl burglaries, robberies, and crime, the rule inuthat locality, and they would very reasonably. say that it would be bot...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 1 January 1859
TO CORR ESPONI)ENTS. The letter headed "Professional Etiquette," was not" inserted in this paper. Many thanks for the late " Overland Atlhemnun';" it shall be'taken care of, and txtracts of the very valuable and interesting news given next week. VRaITAs.-'' Black v Ritchie. Too late-?will appear in next iasue. J il ap. . ' SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1859. :
MUNICIPAL INSTITUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 1 January 1859
AlffjNIOl'AsL 'INSV 1TUTIONS. Pursuant to notice, the public meeting was lield at the' Victoria Hotel, to consider and decide upon the propriety of. forming a district council,- Mr. Graham was moved to the chairi which.on takingr. he said, "this meeting is to oppose taxation,".no,.no he continued, "it is to prevent taxes being imposed on the londlords." (No, fio; and read the advertite' ment, from 's?yvdral parts of the.room.)'.After some' slight dissatisf~ction and dissent, the olject aivis at length announced to be, to consider ~,hetherit is desirable that a municipal institution should be'es tablished in and for Shoalhaven. Mr. \addell, seniole, 'said, perhaps there is?sonmo gentleman prdsent with a petitionu on'"the subject defininug the boundaries and setting forth the pur pose of those who are in favourof the measure, if so it will at once bring the question-to the test. Mr. Myers, corisidered it. unfair and dishonest of landlords to go round fromn house to house, or.send. ing...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 1 January 1859
' Illustiated London News. OCTOBER PART. :Colored Engravings. Post Price, 4s. 6d.' SUBoCRIPTIONS received for twelve months, £2' 7s. 1 'Postage lpil to ianyy ,prt of the country. 1 " W.: 'R;PDDINGON, im- porter ' 32' George-street, Sydney.:: H. olloway's Pills. TIIE EXCITING CAUSE OF sICKNESS. TieH blood is the life-sustaining agent. It furnishestlhe L - compoilentsof flesh. bone, muscle, nerve, and intemn ment: rl.e stomach is its mnanufcetorv, the veins its ldis ltributore, and ,the intestines the channel thronuh which. ,ih waste:; matter,, rejected in its. production, is xp-lied.. Upon the. stomach, the circulation, andi the how. is,ithese pills net simultaneously, relieving" indiges tion,. purifying! the fluids, and regulatilg :the execra lions. A WONDERFUL CURbE OF A DISEASED LIVER. I Iiitih ii i.qstio and Loss of 4ppetite. [Copy of a letter fromi Mr. Thomas Barber, chemist, : · , I · .]Eye, Suffolk.] , "March 35, I8a63. ( To Professor, oHo ay, S"l)ear Sir,- I in enihledto frni...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 1 January 1859
i ewspaper Establishment.. AND "tMIACl IN "GENORAL' PRINTIN G, OFFICE,'. SHOALHAVEN STREET, KIAMA. . rITHE Proprietor takes this opportunitý of infoiiinic I 'the inhabitants of Kiama and the surrounding,dis trict, tha. hle continues to execute Printing of every, kind; and descriptionl at the lowicst possible prices, and oil the shortest notice. Having at considerable expense imported some of. the most beautiful machinery ever introduced into 'the priiit in'g business in New South W ales, which for speed end execution of work;stands unrisalled, he would confidently expect from the. district.a fair share of patron age and support. Book Work Cards of Address : Ciridulars, in cript typ e :Receipt Books Cireu'ars, in rondoS ::OrderBooks:: . Posters . 'Promisory Notes IIHad Hills HIill Headings, &,., Executed on the shortest inotice: . The hfllowing Forms mdy: be obtained at this office : Lease Forms . ' Bank Books . Apprentice's Indentures . Moniey Order Books For:is.ef;Agreement...