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POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 3RD MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 5 March 1859
POLICE COURTP. -----+---- TruRsDAY, RD unIAnAir. (Before R. Porrott, i[. Hindmarsh, J. Robb, and ii. B. Fry; Esqrs.) A?ScoNDrncG. noFr SiERVIce.-1YW. H; Joy, ap prehendled on a -wvarrant, for absconding from the scrvice6 of J. Hukins, pleaded guilty. Joy cousider ing that his "lines hlad not ftllen in pleasant places," coupled with tho fact that four months would have to "drag their slow lengthl alorig" era he would be ia free man, mado a clean bolt. He was, however, captured long before the sweets of? freedom had palled upon his lips. Agreement ean-. celled, and wages to the amoiunt of £1 14s. forfeited... INSULT5'eO A DSciPrur or ST. OmusrSN.---Owen Miagrath, shoemaker, summoned William King, selln., for tliat ho did, oin Tuesday last, apply to him (Magrath) a species of un-Lindlcy anud vituperstivo rheltoiic which completely shockled his mnoral mnd sensitive feelings. It app)onrs thint the defendanit had, on the day menutioned, presonetcd himself uit ihe. dloor of Mlagratll's ast...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 5 March 1859
Gerringong-Butchering Establishment. W ILLIAM IRVIN bogs 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 Kianma, if necessary, free of expense. Caution. HE proprietors of, horses are particularly cau tioned to give written instructions to their servants when directing them to purchase ROW'S EM1BROCATION, OR FARMER'S FRIEND. The extraordinary and daily increasing sale which its curative powers hlave secured, has induced several parties to offer, spurious and useless imita tions. T''hese 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 gen...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 5 March 1859
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MISCELLANEOUS. WHISKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 5 March 1859
MISCELLANEOUS. WHISKEISSB. With whiskers thick upon my face \ I went mny fair to see; She told me she could never love A bearfaced chap like me. 'I shaved then clean, then called again, And thought my troubles o'er; She laughed outright, and said I was Hore barefaced than before ! The last definition of the legal phrase, " moving for a new trial," is courting a second wife. "You seem to walk more erect than usual, my friend." "Yes, I have been straitoned by circum stances." Grief is very bad for digestion. If yohl doubt it, lose a pocket-book containing two fifties and a ten, and you will not .relish your coffee for the next three days. This inscription, it is said,, may be found in an Italian gravoyard, "Hero lies Etella, who trans ported a large fortune to Heaven in acts of charity, and has gone thither to enjoy it." We cannot all of us be beautiful, nhut the pleasantt ness 'of a goodhumored look is denied to nono: e e can all of us 'increase and strengthen the familW affeetions a...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 5 March 1859
'TO CORRESPONDENTI'S. A . communlcatnions Intcndcd for I?nsorlion must be autlrenil ncoted by the nion ond aoddress of t wrI ter--ilot nccsstarily for pulellcotion, bet oo a guoronteu of good faith. WYe cannot undertake to return rejected commuuicatiotls. "SATUJRDAY, MARCHi 5, 1859. - . . . . .
SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, 1ST MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 5 March 1859
* SIIOALHAVEN. . C[Fno OUR ConsRSPO ENT. - COURF OF '~E.TTY SFSSIONS. : S TUESDAY,. 1ST I? 1AR-f. (Before.K. M'3Kenzie, A. Aldcorn, M.P., J. Aldcorn, J. Thomson, J. L. Bidulph, P. do nfMostro, Alfred Elyard, and A. K. Mackay, Esqrs.) MAlnoY v BERnY.-Remanded case "hrom last Court, Postponed again till next Court, for work to be inspected. InwIl v SimIpsom.-Defendant was bh-arged with feloniously stealing and taking away a filly. Mr. Richards, the solicitor for plaintiff, after the case had advancdd, applied to tihe Bench for permission to withdrawv the charge of felony, substituting that of disputed property. Case dismissed. lBonEnTS V Tnloirsoe.-Roberts, acting as over ;eer for D1). Berry, Esq., charged Thomson witlh dis obedience of orders. Defendant pleaded ignorance. Ordered to obey the commands of any overseer that he mny bo placed under and to pay the costs, 3s. Gd. SUILIv?AN v CLARKeI.-- This was a claim for wages Defqnpdant ordered to pay the amount, 10s., and costs,.3s. 6d....
A ROMAN CHAPLAIN ON INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 5 March 1859
A ROMAN OHAPLAIN ON INDIA. The Weeklcly Register publishes an interesting letter from the Rev. Father Crowther, Roman Catholic army chaplain at Raneegunge. The following is an extract: - "Camp, Raneegunge, June 16. "It is quaintly illustrative of the occidental and Oriental world, that your letter to me should have been commenced at half-past ten o'clock at inight, and that my answer to it should be begun at three o'oloek in the morning, .I might baye done.it on. purpose, but indeed I did not, the heat and discomnfortof my couch prevetnted me from sleeping; and remembering I owed you a letter by a mail about to leave for England, I thought I might as well cancel the debt now. If my letter, anticipating the sun rising, gave you half a. much pleasure as yours, outsitting his setting, gave me I shall not regret either the lheit or discomfort which drove me from my pillow. I generally rise with thle sun, and you may think that in the middle of summer it ought by this tine to be light, b...
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 5 March 1859
TO OU.R UBsSOlIBERS. eVo would remind our subscribers and adver tising friends, tha- t the, Kiamna Examiner has now neairly completed one yeair of its existence. Whilst wo-are thankful 'to tlhose who have , patronise1d us since our commencement, wevo re gret to say, that very mnany whno have taken our paper from the first, and inade it the medium of advertising, have never yet paid a single slhil ling towards it. It caunot, therefore, be ex pected that.we can be in a position to carry on a publication for the advantage of the district and as a mndium for advertising, wholly, as ivoe may say, without funds; neither do we expect that ihose to 'whom .we are indebted will bear tlheir wants much loncger. We. are sorry' to have to adopt the only course now pros'outed to us, and which we aro compelled in this instance to pursue, of forcing a payment of our accounts at once, either to our icgents. or direct to the ofice, by the end of March, 1859, as being tlhe only possible way of saving t...
ROBERT OWEN, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 5 March 1859
Romsllsa Ow:e?, Es.--\\ce congrsatulate the above gentleonuu upon his elevation to the Bench as a Judge undler the District, Courts' AcBt. We do not think a better or more judicious selection could have becnli made; great experience, sound legal know ledge, matured judgment and gentlemanly deport ment peculiarly fit hiim for the office. We especially congratulate the government upon tlheir wisdom and moral courageo in jumping over that exclusive boundary line fbrmed by the bar, or barristers in assuming to tlhemselves tlhe only right to the honors and pruofits of official legal ascendancy. They can not so soon forget that when Mir. Cowper was sorely in want of an Atltory-Geoncral, when, in fact, the very existence of the Miuistry was at stake, tlhey one and all, fiOtiously and haughtily reflised to take oltic, under tile combined impiression, and with th-eholpe that their .ldear friends, Donaldson and Co., would walk into tle sweets and poiwer of oflice; they cannot, therefore, be n...
IRELAND'S PROSPERITY, AND THE CHIEF CAUSE OF IT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 5 March 1859
IRE.LAND'S P.ROSPEJRITY, AND THE CHIEF CALUSE OF IT. -4- FROM PRESTON OGUARDIAN. We hear a great deal lately of the growing prosperity of Ireland, and many have been the theories circulated in the newspapers accounting for so exceedingly desirable a state of things. For whatever our ancestors may have done to subjugate and oppress Ireland, we now claim for all parties in this country the justice of really rejoicing at the rapidity with which the Sister Island is surmounting all her social difioulties, and developing her vast industrial resources. The leading cause of Ireland's prosperity is revealed in a paper just presented to a Parlia ment which is not sitting, called the "Ninth and Concluding Report of the Encumbered Es taLtes Court" in that country. This Court cornm imenced its operations in October, 1849, anti concluded them on the last day of August in tlhe present year, 1858. As it will be replaced early next month by a court, with similar functions, to be called the " Landed...
ALEXANDER BERRY'S AUTO BIOGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 5 March 1859
ALEXANDER DEERR Y'IS A U1'O IO cGRAPIIIY Wel have only had time to hastily glance over the long letter of thile above-named gentleman, published in the IHerald of tihe 22nd ultimo-his own history of his colonial life, his sayings - and doings, according to his own version. We are rejoiced to find that he has summonel. moral courage to defend himself against what he is pleased to term the slanders of the Rev. ])octor LANO ; thulss lis he manfully invited criticism, and courted inquiry, where there is a clear stage and no.favor. We promise to give'hii letter a most attentive 'perusal, as well as a dispassionate and unpreju'diced extimination into the. facts. It stirikes us, however, just at tlhe start of. iis owna account of his eblonial life, hlie has omitted all poention of a very imnportant aid interesting in cident of anll earlier period--we allude to his subordinate and n mercantile (if any) connection ivith thle late Dr. SinouT. For years tlhere has been a strange tale afloatn a...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 5 March 1859
C.00MMhERCIAlAt I¶TELLIGENCE r'"j? SYIDNEY MARKET RPICES Len D £ Sn. Wheat, per bushel. 0 0 0 to 0 7 0 Maide, ditto 0 4 0 0 4 9 : Pottoesiper cwt.. .....0 O: 3 0 0: 3 ? Onions, ditto .:.::.' ?:C=:,40 O 64. 0 Flour, ditto; :.... ..... ;019 0 0 0. 0;0 ]3ttes1Pea:lb; 0·. 7.. .. 0 9 0 1 0 Bacon, ditto 0 l:... ;.?.j: 0-07 0 0 10 Egs,.ardoz. 0. . 1 4 0 1 S eaP.,s,e. ah 10 0 0 30 0 Coalve ditto . 1 0 i: 0 20 0 Birki, 'pcrton ,,.. .. .? not slneabli~b. V? IA.HAZLET, Commission Agent; Sussex-street. Sydney Mairch 4, 1859. '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 5 March 1859
Newspaper Establishment AND MACHINE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, SHOALHAVEN STREET, KIAMrA. rTHE Proprietor takes this opportunity of informing i the inhabitants of Kiama and thle 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 speedl and execution of work, stands unrihalled, he would confidently expect from the district a fair share of patronage and support. Book Work Cards of Address Circulars, in script tlpeo Receipt Books Circulars, in ronde o. Order Books Posters , Promisory Notes Hand Bills Bill Headings,' &a., Executed on tihe shortest notice. The following Forms may he obtained at this office: Lense Forms Bank Books Apprentice's Indentures Money Order Books Forss of Agreement &e., &o., &o. His type...
SYDNEY LABOR MARKET. COUNTRY WAGES (PER ANNUM), WITH RATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 5 March 1859
[ Floir,? ·Blbs.',to .10 lbs ; ma?,'t.ll0 Ih?..t a b.. -?,?u~rFI I. bS ; ·.. . .. . run " ".! ' £ s. ? Farm.laborers.. : :.. .. ... . ., 30 0 to 35 0 Do.m ..rriedcouples .. .', 0 50 0 storemen . .. .... ..40 0 50 0 HIutkeepers ..; .°.o. ..' .- .. .... 0 0) e5 0 Glarden laborers , .. .;' ....... ... "5 40 0 Stockmen .. ...' .. ... ;.." ..." 35 0" 40 o Bullock drivers .. .. .. :.. .. 40 o 50 0 lorso driers .. .. *., ... .... ... 30 0 40 0 P'loughmen .. .. , .. .. . 3...0 0 35 0 Surveyor's mn .. .. 30 35 Do., ith 3 to4l .ocks " ...... ... 50 0 70 0 Blahksmiths ..... ·...' .. .. G 0 80 0 Carpenltrs . .......... 0 0 00 0 13. S. IIITO[[, CommlPston andlabor Agent, King-street ost, at the premises formerly knownas to .l[olbourno IIotel. Syduey ?[ar ·t, 1853. - "
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 5 March 1859
vOLELES LE PfRICfl' OURRCUI1.R Whealt per bushol .. 0 . to 0 7 0 3hlnio dodo . .. .'0 0' 0 4 0 ]3nrlo. dodod .... 0'..;.:','..'.i. :. 3 0" 0 3 0 ]luttor per'lb . ".. 0 , 0 1.0 ;Ohcesedodo.' .. -.; " '0.... .. 0 0 0 0 0 8 Iteoo porlb :`.?-./ ," ..:' : . I;:. 0 8 0 '0 0 lldces ch . . 0:8 00 0 0 0 Fowlsporpzlir 0...-.... 3 0 0 . 0 lngs per dthzoo ..om . . ..o0 . 0 1 4' Potatocsporowt .;.' : : 3 0 0 . 0 3l O ni IOOIn d3oar id Calves dito sOLO3LON 11Ya1U, 3ftlrket ?.harr, Sydo~y, :ACar, 4,185?. l -
COURT OF REQUESTS—NOWRA. WEDNESDAY, 2ND MARCH. (Bench as above.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 5 March 1859
COURT OLXSREQUESTS-NOWRiA. WEDNIesDAY, 2?aD BLtARnc. . (Bench as above.) GAY v M'KAY.-Plaintiff sought to recover £5 from defendant for warrantee of cow, sold at Kiama in October last. Some doubt as to which of two cows that were bought by Gay at the time, and the defendant producing evidence as the soundness 'of the cow in question when she was last milking be fore she was sold, a verdict was given for defelndant. iA?murIInu v iioNTGOMa:rY Y'.-For goods delivered to the amoqunt of £2 1is. Od. Verdict for plaintilf, and costs. COIERnFORD V GUcnI.--''Tllis Wars a clainm for £10, for defitmation of character. Compromuised. POSTPOr ED OASES. HYASI v TiaeEY.:-Plailtiff claimed £4 15s. for. goods supplied; set-off put in for £6 for erection of two dans. After having been postponed twice, it was agreed by the parties thlat Mr. Henry Goodsell shouldinespect the wolrk of these dams. Goodsall being called, stated that the construction wvis not snuch as would stop wator, and the hl'bor used w...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 5 March 1859
TO TIE ElDITORI OF T'1111 I.AIA E'XAMI.I1N11r. Smn,--I have read in your paper an article in which I am falsely roported to have said that favor- itismn was adopted towards shippers at Shoalhaven at the price of " a little grog." I not ordly never said so, but never know of any canuse of speaking unlfvorably of Mr. Morrison. I may also take oc casioln to add that I alm not as statted, " a servant of tho Company." I am engaged at the Phoenix Wharf, in connexion with it's general business, of whlich, tho illalvirrra 3team Navigation forms but a part. I am Sir, &c., HUGH DAVIS. March lst, 1859.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 5 March 1859
Notice. A_.LL partices indebted to the undersigned are re- . quested to settle their respective accounts on or before the 23rd instant. JAMES LAW. Jamberoo Hotel, Jamberoo, 5th March, 1859. Notice, ALL partics indebted to the undersigned are particularly requested to settle their accounts on or before the 15th instant. JAMES EMERY. . Nethervale, 4th March, 1859. Notice., I DAVID MESSINGHAM of Jamberoo, : will, from this day, take Loading from this to Kiama or back, for the small charge of 12s per load-say a ton.- . . - Small .parcels accordingly cheap. Jamberoo, 18th February, 1859. - - - : L? OST-A small parcel containing a Coat and other articlcs. The funder will pleaso deliver. the same at the Kiama Hotel, and will be rewarded. " - To our Agents.: . (:: • Ult AGENTS in tlihvarious laces are earnestly ".J requested to forwaMd to this office a state ment of their' sevzeral accounts,: on'r . 'before WEDNESDAY, the 10tli instant, thlat wo may be enabled to furnish our accounts'for tl...
"TO THE RESCUE, TO THE RESCUE, DEAR STOBO." [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 5 March 1859
" TO T'IIE IESCURE, T'O TIE IRESOU E, DEIAR STOBO." itIuchl as we admire the chivalrous spirit which has induced Captain Stobo to riushl ilnto troubled waters with breakers ahead, to rescue his mate fromn impelcling danger, we cannot but question his discretion. Like a bold and generous sailor, or likec a bull at a gate, he runs headlong, without casting one look cither before or bellind him, to cnalculate the odds against hIim, n -i haIs tihe temerity to say tlhat " the remnrks against Mr. Davis are as lilse as they.are malicious." This is a very careful way of writing, anl henc e he may ];have " 110 hesitatio," for thle word I" as," reIders it possible that thie remarks are nt ither thlso nor malicious;i and as we have also " no hes'iation" in statilg tlley were not malicious, ergo, they cannot be false. WVe.would ~oe :isk, hlow has it happened that Captain Srolio has frIlequently been obliged to alter some of thile charges on tihe maln fest, they were so ridiculously low ? Atid w...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 5 March 1859
DIED. On the 24th February, at her parents' residence, corner of King and, Elizabeth-streets, Anna Maria, third daughter of Mr. C. Adrain, Auctioneer, King-street, &nbsp; Sydney, aged 14 years, after a short and painful illness. On Wednesday, the 22nd ult., Ellinor, daughter of Mr. Charles McLaughlan, coach builder, of York-street, Sydney, aged 10 years.