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PEOPLE'S CATECHISM. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 March 1859
:PBOPLE' S CATECIIS~S. -4--a- Query lst.-Why are there so niany men idle in and about Sydney? , Answevor.--Be13ccaus the articles theycould make, Sand the :nmking of which would give tlhem employ menit, are brouglht ilito thle eountry ready, made. Q. 2.--What descriptioh of articles are so broulght Sin;, aid Ivhat classes are thereby thrown idle ? ArltaOjs unouonr In. A.-Boards, planed, tongued and grooved'win dows, doors, joists, and every description-of build ing timber, buckets, tubs, casks, andt such like. Every description• of cabinet.work, carriages,/ gigs, dog carts, ploughs, harrows, wvaggons, and generally coaclhmaker's and wheelwright's work. Iron work of all sorts, viz.-chains, nails, rivets, &c., steam engines 'and boilers, castings of iron and brass. BReady-made clothing, shirts, ladies' dresses, bonnets, caps, and general millinary. Leather goods of. all sorts, viz.---boots, shoes, saddlery and harness, whips, coach leather, and leather trimmings of every sort....
POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 10TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 March 1859
POLICE COrTi. . THUnsDAY, 10TH MAncH.' (Beforo R, Fry, H. Chapmau, and J. RobbEsqrs.) ; THREATENING AND ABUSIVE LAvNovUAGE.-Cor nolius Driscoll summoned James Brown for having used threatening and abusive language towards himself, his wife, and daughter. After a patient hearing of both side, and an admonition from thd Bench, Brown was discharged. Complainriant ex pressed. surprise at the decision, stating that the matter, in his opinion, had been too liglitly .denalt with; that the character of himself andl family was jeopardised; he was an. honest man, and his daugh ter was not an "illegal" shoot of the parent tree, ashad been averred by Brown. The Bench inti mated that if he wished a viidication of character this was not the proper Court for the trial of siuolh a case. SThe above being.tlh only case on the piper, thes Court shortly afterwards adjourned. Hawikns' AND PEDDLERnS' LICENtES.- The Court for granting the above licenses will .sit on Thursday the 24th instant. .
THE SHELL HARBOR LOCKUP. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 March 1859
Tarm SHELL, ? HAnRon LOOCKu'.-" Look before you leap," is a time-hldnored addago, and had it been adhiered to in the case we are about to men tion, would have saved a "world of trouble." The Sinhabitants of tile above shell-girt settlement, not wishing to be behind the march of civilization, de tormined on having erected for their own special luxury a neoat little lodging for the accommodation of uprorious and refractory persons, and parties re. joicing in the name of "choice spirits," from whom-with sorrow be it said-the primitive peo ple of Shell Harbor are not exempt. Tenderswere accordingly advertised in the GCoverrnent Gazette, andl a contract given by the Department in Sydney to an enterprising architect, who went to work at once and in a short time completed the wooden lockup intended to add a still furthor mark of pro gross to our Sbellbacks. This house of headaches and bluedovils was shipped from Sydney, accom panied by its (as the denroument shows) unfortunate constructor....
SYDNEY LABOR MARKET. COUNTRY WAGES (PER ANNUM), WITH RATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 March 1859
SYDNEY LABOR MiOArIKET. CoeNTrr WYAoES (nE ANNUal), WITH RAros. [Flour, 0 lbs. to 10 Ibs; meat, 10 lba. to 14 lbs.; sugar, elbs. tean, lb., weekly.] . ',rm laborer,... .. .: ... .. .. .0 o to 35 0 Do.married couples.. ... "" . .. .. .45 ,0"- 0 Storemen ..; ..- ...: ... 40 0 0o o IIutkeepers ... ... 20 0 1 5 0 Garden laborers . .. 96 0 40 0 Stockmenf- .',...,- ·,, ' ,;. ..; ,,, 35 0' 40 0 Bullock'drlvers .. ..... ".·. .. 40 0 f-150 "0 HIorse drlIvers . ... .. ... ... ... 0 :40 0 Ploughm6n f.. .. ... 80 0 '35 0 Surveyor'o men .. .. .. ... 3o , 5 Shopbchrds . .. 30 0 33 0 Do., wlth 3 to 4 flocks .: .. 55 0 0 70 0 Blacksmlthsl .. ... . ... .. .. .. 8 0:' 80 0 Carpenters ""... ..': ·:... ".. ....."....'40. 0 041 0 Be S, iAIGHl, Commilston and lIbor Agent, KIng-streot nast, Sat thl premisos formerly known as tho Kolbourno lotel. Sydney $Itr. 10,'1050. RESTJirOP SALES BY AUezON.-3Mr. G K. Wialdron sold by idatiod, at the Fermanagh Hotel, on Thursday, 3rd Mlarch, 10 fat bullocks, from Mr. B...
EAST CAMDEN ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 March 1859
S EAST CAMDEN ELECTIO R r 8' "il~) 1 ' 1; 0 T " " With what obsequious complaisancy our con temorary oft Wollongonig introduces tothe itten tion and support of the. qlectors the new and utterly iniknown 'candidate, tlhe SOLIrTon GENERAL; and iwith what hlighl-sounding and promising magniloquence he lauds the published exposition of his political sentiments! Now, in our unsophisticated understanding, we lhave never read a political address-and that too,. put: forth to court public.approbation and support-that con veyed less, promised so little, and is so barren of all that information which has hitherto beeti con sidered essential, as a mere rmark of political honesty, as the boasted address of the lionorable candidate. If the elebtors will elect an uil pledged man who so very cautiously reserves or withholds his opinions upon all thle leading topics of the day, those of vital importance, to the best interests of the colony and tihe welfare of our chlildreu andof our childrens childr...
CATHOLIC AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 March 1859
CATIIOLIC AFFAIRS. (AsGR[DIES BY THEE IL AWARRA MEROURY FROaM THE S. H. IIERALD. S: Inpuirsuance of advertisement, 'a public meet ing of citizens interested was held in the Vice toria Theatre, on Saturday afternoon, to take into consideration a series of resolutions respe6t .ing' the'recent nomination by the Right Rev. A·bbot' Gregory to t seat at the Board'of Man agement of the Roman Catholic Orphan School, Parramatta, of a Protestant gentleman; and to consider the present stateof Catholic affairs in New- South Wales. About k700 persons were present, M?r. R.O'Connor took tlhe chaii, dricl opened the business of the meeting by calling uponM. Sentis, the French consul, to give an explana tion as to :how the object of the meeting ori ginated. M:; Sentis was loudly.cheercd on rising. He S·sid?t?h?h?th ?a ppeaired there in viitne of his hav: aing presided at a preliminaiy meeting; ihe had:irefusked thle bffice at:first, but it was pressed upo?i hill. He::: had :felt grelat respect for t...
STOCK AND STATION REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 March 1859
STOCK AND STATION REPORT. • ,GARLAND AND BINonAn report that the demand for store cattle has increased. Uur sales this week have . een-bulloeks at 60s to 63s. Steers and heifers, -ages 2 to 4 45s. Mixed lots, ages 2 to 7, 40s. We .have sold one draft of good store cattle mixed sexes, delivered ill the southern districts at £3 15s.. Store Sheep-continue in' good demand, and our prices fors'ethers average lls 6d to 12s; good owes 10s G6dto 1 Is. There are some large drafts of very superior sheep be longing to W. G. Perry and Mr. S. IR. Walker just starting for the southerp districts, these are likely to sell at advanced rates. Wool--nothing doing until the Mail arrives. Stations-there are several porties now in town wish ing to purchase good sheep stations. We have sold a cattle run with 1,300 of cattle at £3 12s per head. Fattening stations are also in good demand. . 115, York-st., Sydney, 10th March, 1859..
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 March 1859
STlie Sabbath Question, that is, its strict obser vance according to the stringent views of certain. religionists, principally of that highly respectable. class forming the Wesleyan Methodists, has caused' :imucli excitemont, and is still credtingmuciibh actve. ;interest in the religious world; abnd having beis lately discussed in a neighboring district;, where our, journal finds :much favor we are desirous to / express our opiiion on the subject,: especially:as 'at the late tea party-our sentiments were either misunderstood or not cdomprehended.' The .Sabbatarian, whose good and holy inten tions'we do not for one moment question, requires Slhat Sunday? shall be given up wholly to prayer, reading the Bible, singiug'psalms, and other con fined, .or in-door holy pursuits. He would not have any other mental recreation, and no bodily recreationl on that day whatever. The museums must be shut, the railway carriages stopped, and the parks closed; nay, more,, so strict would lie have the o...
TOIL AND SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 March 1859
" TOIL AND SONG. lBY. GEORGE . BSMALL. I: B Har the song that wakes from the fields, · Si :3 :The chiming chord among the wheels, Or where the smith his hammer wields Hear the song. " Or where ten thousand shuttles play Where vessels come and go away Where finer arts their hosts array Hear the song. Where times the handsaw and the plane, S'rNeath busy strokes for honest gain kmid the sunshine or the rain Hear thie song. i I::: ::in dusty shop or gilded hall, The mason on the tow'ring wall Or where the wedger swings his maul, bHear Lhe song. I 6t ever thus in life should el With lanbor let us blend our _lee Though arms be-bound, the heart is frei In its song.
OVERLAND MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 March 1859
OVERLAND MAIL. DowN MAIL. Ur MAIL. Dpts. Arrive POST TOWNS. Depts. Arrive SmCAMIPOLL TOWS. pm pm 7.40 Dally(Su.oxcoxep.)I JDaily (Nr. oxcop.) . . pm pm, .40 lly(Su. cop. (Daily . oxcop.) 0 . 0 Wvorioaooro. am R 0Daly(. oxccr p ( ,Daily,1. oxoep.) 10. a m "10 "W3s DAll nly. m0. oon Daily.- j Daily. 7 s30 m DAPTO. am pm D?lly. I Dafily. 7. 0] am 12. T0 . T. and iat. Tu.'Th. and Sun. 0. 0 DAOPro An S?cn. IIAloR. (na onA aen A?A.) ,'Loaves Dapto I Leaves S Harbor .cl'nd Th. 2 p.m. i . and Th. 10 a.m JANIhBLO0. mTo. Th. and Sat. I Tu. Tl. and Sno KrcAoA. STi ThI and SatamTu.T. nd Sun. m "m 0.0 . 3?rl. audiSuon. lon: Wn. an t am G.Fr. and Ooaosca W 1,ri. and iM n jlon.u W.and iat.' ] . SnoAiOAvEN. SW. Frl. and Sun.: HIod. W. and Sat Noon. am Noon WOd.and sun. r Wed.; and hun. 1.m *UraAaunrA. pm. O. and au Tues. and SIat 0 po p2.0 Thursday.. Tuesday, pm• SFriday. Monday. m I * Moyues. M ony nay 0.0: *dn uody Dora T. n monday, Noon .20 Wednosday. | Satrday. Noon
BUSINESS MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 March 1859
BusINEss MOVEM1ENT.-It will be seen by our advertising columns that Kiasna is abont to be fa?l vored with another establishment for the production of theo "staff of life." The gentleman who is en tering on the speculation is well known to most of our townspeople, having conducted Mr. Free man's business during the last four years. His steady conduct and business habits, during the above period, cannot fail to recommend him favor ably to public patronage.
ALEXANDER BERRY'S AUTOBIOGRAPHY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 March 1859
*ALEXANDER BERRY'S AUTTOBIOGRAPHY We are prevented giving our promised notice of the above interesting production, by a pressing invitation from " my good Sir" to meet him on the 9th instant at the Supreme Court, where he wis!!hes, witlih all the'soft persuasiveness of an oily gammoil, to drawn on our'exchequ'er for iid: less than £?1,000, because some one singed his wliiskers lby firing a squib under his 'nose, which he pretends "hurt his dignity" and wounded his doubly refined feelings! ,But, fortunately, before he can consummate an end so devoutly wvished for Sby him, twelve true, honest, and intelligent men a Britislh jury-have to endorse his cheque: a chleck it will be, and we hope a warning to him, that he who so industriously vituperates, circu lates malicious scandal, and stabs in tihe dark, should not be so very touchy and vindictive at the mere bursting of a lharmless squib which he * himself charged. We promise, however, to fulfil our engagement, as it would be a loss to ...
THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S POLITICAL PRINCIPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 March 1859
TO-s ATToRNEmY-GtNIaSAL'S POLITICAL PRINer Pras.-Something (says the EJeinhg iMail) may be gathered of the political opinions held by Mr: L. H. Bayley, from the followving extracts made from a letter sent to' Mr. Foreman, who addlressed the Attorney-General in the capacity of chairman of a public meeting of the electors of MIudgee:-" E am, and always have been, a staunch Liberal; for, not withlstanding daily intercourse in early lifo with relatives and others holding conservative doctrines, I was embucd with the notion, at tlhat critical period when everyone with an active disposition begins to thi(lk and form opinions for himself, that the old school of politics was, in a free country, radically wrong, inud calculated to check that pro gross for which this century has been so remarkable. This notion, Sir, reflection and experience gradually strengthened into a Frm and unlhcsitsting opinion; nor, I may add, have recent events in England tended to weaken it, for we find that those wh...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 March 1859
Dys. . BUN oN sUN NooNrsS MonrNa oaNr. WS GIERIS DN N SISE T E. TIDE. '0. GO."S. 0..sO. ; D, S. N. Mar.1 1255 0ss ' 1 0:09 7 50 ,, s....:.. -g9 8810 1 1: 17 8 145 ,, . 141 .......0 . 0 1 0 3 1 15 0 3 0 ,, lT ....... 0 4 4 1450 4 30 ,, ?1Y..;..... 9471 0 4 . 6 013 11 5 S3. , It ...... 9 20 0 4 6 12 I12 6 o ,, 1 P....... 9 11 5 6 111 1 ,7 2 THE KIAMA EXAMINER. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. S"::.: :' 'TO COIRRESPONDEN1'S. All communications intended for insertion must be authenti cated by thoe name and ddrlross of the writer-not necessarily for publication, but as a guaranteo of good faith. Weo cannot undertake to return rejected communications. , SAATUIDA Y, MAIR CH 12, 1859. ".
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 March 1859
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. i -4-- PORT OF SYDNEY. * ARRIVALS. SMaroh 9.-Hunller, (s.), 204 tons, Captain Sullivan, from the Clyde River, 8th instant. lMarch 9.-Mimosa, (s.), 200 tons, Captain Fletcher, from Port Macquarie, 8th instant. March 9.--9Eperanza, brig, 133 tons, Captain M'Kay, from ielbourne, 4th instant, in ballast.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 March 1859
Newspaper Establishment AND. .. MACtJNE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, SHOALIAVEN STREET, KIAMrA. THE Proprietor takes this opportunity of informing the inhabitonts of Kiama and tihe surrouniding 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 considerasle expense imported somine of the most be?autiful mnachinery. ever introduced into the iriit ing business in New South Wales, which'for speedaiid executionnf work, stands unrivalled, he would confidently expect from the district a fisr shate oftpatronage ~and sepport. ooo ork W oCards of Address Circulars, in script typeo Receipt Books Circulars, in ronile do. I Order Books Posters Promisory Notes 'Hand"Bills Bill"Headilb si &c.,. Executed.on the o.shortest notice'. 'The followilng Forms may he obtained at this oflicoe: Lease Forms Bank Books , Apprentice's Indentures M oioney Order Books - 'Forms of Agreemenit &e., &...
WHOLESALE PRICES' CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 March 1859
"WHOLESALE RI'iCE' OURREN.NT. Vheotpr bushol ..0 ... .. 0 0to 0 o Inlaozdodo " .. .? -...:; ..'.0"4?0O,?0 4!0' Barleydodo . , ... 00.2 0 '0 8-0· Buttcrporlb .." '.. .."0 010 0 .1 '0 Oheseododo :.. .;;'" - ;. 0 0 0 0 0'0 0 laconporlb .. .. .. ... . . "0 , 8 0 0 0 IIldescoh... ... 0 O t0 Fowls~~~ ~~ prp r". .. -.. :'''': , " ? 0 3 "6 0:4'0, Egg~s per dznl ....... · - ..- - '" ·. .., "0 L 10 0 o • Powltatoer por crt... ...'. ... 0.3 0 0 3 0 rigs . . . ..* - . ... in dema nd Calves . .. ditto SOLOMON HYAMlf, 'otoarket 'tVhart, Sydney, lar. 10, 1859.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 March 1859
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. £ s. D. £ . . D. Wheat, per bushel ....... 0 6 9 to0 7 0 Maize, ditto ........ 0 4 6 0 4 9 Potatoes, per cwt. ... ...0 3 0 0 3 3 Onions, ditto ......... 4 0 .:0 6 0O Flour, ditto... :... ... 0 19 0 0 0 0 Butter, per lb, . .b.. . ;.. 0. 0 ':O. 0 9 " 0' li1 0 Bacon, ditto : .. . ... : 0 07, 0 .0 10 Eggs, per dbz. .;.; ... ..O :1 10 0 2 0 Pigs, each li... ... ...:.- . 16 0 30 0 Calves, ditto ; .. ...:... O" le 0 ' 20 0 Bnrk, per ton ::'.'.: .. , .not saleable .:: W. HAZLET, Commission Agent, Sussex-street. Sydney, March 10,'1859.: ' -
THE REPRESENTATION OF EAST CAMDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 March 1859
THE REPRESENTATION OF BAST CAMDEN. Owing to the resignation of Mr. Owen the electors of this dlivision of Camden are called upon to elect a representative. On last Tuesday, at noon, J. IM. Grey, Esq., introduced os a candidate to fill the v.cancoy J. F. asrgrave, Esq., to a company of electors who were then assombled in the largd room of the Ferlmanagh Hotel. STihe learned gentleman, who is at. present So licitor-General, informed the meeting that he sought a seat in the Assembly that he might with greater facility and efliciency dischalrge the duties of his ollice; and at considerable length explained his po litical principles. Mr. Hargravo then touched upon the principal topics of.interest of tihe day, which tended to show his adherence to tihe Progress or Cowper party. Although a comparative stranger in this great and beautiful country, he lhoped cre lnfg,.by a strict anlldherence to tile cause of true liberty and pirogress-tho agitation of politicalre form on the broadest princi...
WHAT HAS BECOME OF THE K. U. C. CLUB? TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 March 1859
WYHAT HAS BECOME OF THE K. U. C. CLUB? &nbsp; - &nbsp; &nbsp; TO THIE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. Sir, - Some ten months ago a public meeting was advertised in the Kiama Examiner to take place the Four-in-Hand (now Steam Packet) Inn, for the purpose of establishing a cricket club, to be called the Kiama Union Cricket Club. A goodly muster collected (about eighteen) and eonrolled their names upon the list. About two hours were spent in arranging the rules andregulations ...T~he omicers were then chosen--Mr. Robb, jun., being elected to the double office. of Secretary and Treasurer, and Mr. A. Hukins to that of President. SIt was arranged that each member was to pay the sum of five shillings in advance, and at tile end of each quarter the sum'of three shillitigs. I my self was one of its members for about four months, but through lack of spirit on the part of the officers, I resigned, and shortly afterwards left the district. Since my return, several of its m...