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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 March 1859
Brighton Hotel. N EIL M'ARTA bogs leave to inform his friends, and the inhabitants of Shoalhaven, Kiama, and Wollongong, thathe has taken those well-lknown favorite premises known as the BRIGHTON HOTEL, Harbor-street, Wollongong. N. MI['A.-beg to say that, at considerable expenso, the house is fitted up with every accomodation for tmravellers, and which, for its proximity :to the steanmers,:will be found very advantageous to par ties visiting Wollongong. Wines, spirits, ales and porter of the best de scription. . NEIL M'ARA. Illawarra Steam Navigation Comipan7. HE Steam Packets belonging to Sthis .Company continue to, ply as follows :- From Sydney To Wollongrong, Kinma and Shoalhavoe, every MONDAY, TUESDAY, ' THURSDAY, anrid FRIDAY, at 11 p.m. From ihoalhaven : " Every MONDAY, at 7 'l0clk?, and on WEDNES DAY, THURSDAY, aflid SATURDAY, at 9 a.m Calling at Kiama and Wollongong; . Fares and Freights as previously advertised., N.B.--Slippers- nie infoimed tlat the Company hblds itself r...
A STRANGE DECISION OF MAGISTRATES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 March 1859
A STRANGE DECISION OFiJIA GISTRA4TES. TO TaE EDITOR OF TIE KIA[A EXAMIINER. Sen,-You will oblige me by giving space for thle following statement in your columns,'whiceh is as follows:-On the 25th of October last, I happened to be in Kiama, nulld A. M'Kay had a lot of cattle in for sale at the Fermanagh Hotel, and Mr. Fowler was auctioneer. I bought two cows, and one:of them was the last of the lot sold, and whilst she was up for sale she was suspected by some parties that her udder was not right, and Mr. M'Kay hap- pened to be Isresent at the time, andI' asked him was her udder right, or could he guarautee it? The answer was-that he would guarantee her udder to be all right all the conditions that I bid for her, and she was knocked down to me at £9. Some time after Mr. G. K. Waldron sold her to Mr. T.'Wilson for me, and I gave the same sort of a guarantee with her as I got from M'Kay; and when she calved and came to be milked it was found that she had only two tits, consequently Mr....
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 March 1859
TO TilE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAieniER. Sma,-As the proprietor of a publio paper, i t: may be of some interest to you to know .what untried seas your weekly sometimes ventures on. One of tlie cliaiacteristics claimed by ybur tb~ivhiosfolles i. that of" go-aheadismn." As a proof of this, I hliere with send you a copy of your own issue of 3rd July, 1858; and from:the red postmarik upon it, you will see tlihat in order to reach me in this quiet spbt Ihere, it first of all took its devious-course right on to London, .and having got thore, came direct to Lake Lcarmouth. This is one of the most illustrious exanmples of the great circle sailing I have heard of for nmainy a ldaly. Only think what sights this paper of 3rd July lhas been privileged.to look upon: the great London, with its toeeming myriads, knew not what a guest was passing throungh its streets among those tons of Australian news just arrived; had it known, doubtless it would have detained our friend the Examiner. Tnut here it ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 12 March 1859
Caution. THE proprietors of horses are particularly can tioned to give written instructions to their servants when directing them to purchase ROW'S EIBROCATION, OR FARMER'S FRIEND. lThe extraordinary and daily increasing sale which its curative powers have secured, has induced' several iparties to offer spurious and iseless imita tions. These are utterly worthless in respect of their professed powers, and rescmble the origintil only inl the similarity of the name, which has been' adopted for the purpose of obtaining some of the patronage which has been so liberally liestoived on " Row's Embrocation, or Farmer's Friend." As these imitations can necessarily be sold, wholesale, cheaper than the genuine article, an inducemeinoit is held to the 'storekeepers to supply the public with an inferior article. Thie proprietors, with a view of further protecting the public against fraud, now attach their individual signature to thelabel of' each bottle, and have adopted the use of Bett's Patent...
A GOOD TEMPER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 March 1859
AGOD TEMPER. SY CHARLES SWAIN. There's not a clheaper thing on earth, Nor yet one hall so dear; S 'Tis worth more than distinguished birth, Or thousand's gained a year, . It lends the boy a new dehght, 'Tis virtue's firmest shield; And adds more beauty to the night, Than all the stars may yield. A charm to banish grief away, To sunatch tile brow from care; Turns tears to smiles. makes dullness gay, Spread glnadness everywhere. And yet, 'tis cheap, as summer dew, That gems the lily's breast; A talisman for love, as true As over man possess'd. What may this wonodrous spirit be, 1, ith power unheard befbro- This charm, this bright Divinity ? Good temper !-nothin' more! Good temper !-tis tile coicest gift That woman homward brings ; And can the poorest peasant lift . STo bliss, unknown to kings .
THE DUE OBSERVANCE OF THE LORD'S DAY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 March 1859
THE D TE OBSEB VANCE OP THE LO1RD'S' DAY. To TiE EDITOR F05iE KIAMIA EXAMINER. Sn,--As you have been pleased to call public attention to'the above question in ydur leading co-; lumns, of the 12th instant, and in a manner which I believe reason azid scripture will pronodince dai gerous and unsound, it may not be deemed unfair to your readers that one, not loss interested in this important question than yourself, should be allowed at least to review your reasoning on a subject fraught with interest to all men.; and which, accord ing as it is viewed, is capable of effecting immenseb good or evil. And here.I may state, for the satis fdction of your readers, that I do not appear before them as the defendant of any particular rev. chair man to-whom you ref'er-that not being necessary -or section of the Christian Church, though I have the honor of being a minister of one which you have selected as the butt of your wrath, and which you are generous to designate "highly respectable;" but I w...
SHELL HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 March 1859
SHELL HARBOR. ":::: FROM OUR COR RSPONDYNT. CHnURCHn OF ENGLAND.-The new Chuirch, for the use of this Denomination, was opened for Divine Service on Stinday, thile 13th instant. IThe building, which is com pleted with the exception of a portion of the inlternal 1ittiss, is a neat little Gothic structure of stone, and capable of accommodating about 150 worshilppers. Shortly before the hour appointed for service the Rev. Percy J. Smith, the -minister of the parish, arrived, ac companied by a large party of eqlestrians from Jam beroo, andl the church was soon crowded with a large.. and attentive congregation. The Roy. Mr. Smith read the full Morning Service, and preached from I Peter, i.,; 24, 25. The singing was led by some members of the, Jamberoo congregation, who sang the various chaents and:., hymns in full harmony without accompaniment. At the conclusion ot the Service a collection was made in aid of . the Building Fund, amounting to £5 8s.
DARBY DOOLITTLE IN A QUANDAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 March 1859
DARBY DOOLITTIE IN A QANDAIR7 Y. PERa FAVO OF TiIR KIAMA EXAM.INER. Here I am, Biddy, ma vourneen, agen in this wairy city, dhragged up by the thkrcks of an ould vinegar bottle undher the sign of the Sir Walther, be the side o' that stagnant pool where snakes an' toads an' Jew lizards vegetate upon the poor gossoon that sets his. anlucky fuit upon their premises. An' all for what, alanna? Why, nauthen else but bekase some funny divil-may-care chap pointed his pen too sharp, an' writ soords an' daggers about the summons for the two-shillen tay party whin a migisthrate axed a decent gintilman to tay an' thin wudn't pay for. it-fiax its moseo!f thinks he forgot his manners, or left thim behin' him at the English College, as maybe too good an' too polished all out forAusthralia. Why thin, 'pon me thruth, its long aforeo wan of our own ould Thrinity boys from Dublin 'ud do the likes-he'd. scorn to do sich a dirty action; an' if by accident there war a row over it throcgh mistake, fajix: ...
SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY, 14TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 March 1859
SSHOALHAVEN. CFROM0 OUR CORRESPONDENT.7 COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. : MONDAY, 14Tn: MARCoH. (Before Alfred Elyard and James Aldcorn, Esqs.) PRoss .v YATEs.-Defendant not denying the chlarge of being. drunk and disorderly, and, as it was the first offence, and he had been in the lock up 20 hours, ho :was fined five shillings, or twelve hours imprisonment. Fine paid.. - - EPHRAIM v DAvis.-Plaintiff sued defendant for *detaining smiths' tools. . Case dismissed. The plasintiff to ppay 3s. Gd. costs, and one guinea pro fessional fee. L'AwsoN v RiNGoLAND.-Plaintiff' simmoned de fendliint for assault, which having been proved, de fendant was fined one pound and 3s. 6d. costs. - MIUDLITON V MOFNIT.-Defendant was charged with stealing peaches from the orchard of plaintiff;. the charge not being satisfactorily proved the case wAs dismissed. GiLYNN V RYAN.-Ryan was summoned for thie maintenance of an illigitimate child. ..Postponed till next court. . MAT,o'.Y. v BERRY.-YThiis was a postponiedcuss...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 March 1859
TO T.E EDITOR OF TUE SYDNEY 5iORNINso BRALD. 'Sm,-- number of the Herald has just been put -into my hands, containing a long letter from Mr. Alexander Berry, in Which occur the following sen tences:--" Late on Saturday afternoon I was in formed that Dr. Lansg had arrived aV Numba, ac companied by a Dr. Aldcorn; and I was informed that the rev. Doctor intended to preach in the Scots Church on Sunday morning, and in the same build ing to deliver a political lecture in the afternoon. Having ascertained that I had been correctly in formed, I wrote to the clergyman to say that so indecorous a proceeding would make hlim and his congregation a laughing-stock to: other Christian denominations. He sent my letter to Dr. Lang, with a message that he could not have the church; ana it was immediately given out that I ',ad intcr dicted:Dr..Lang from prcaching the gospel at.Shoal-. haven. Dr. Lang had, with the assistance of Dr. Aldi~orn, endeavored to deliver his political lecture in tho-Denomina...
SHOALHAVEN RACES. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 March 1859
S~IOALIlA VEN RACES. ,FiansT DAY. First Raee.---Tl?E SnoAinuva? PLATe of 50 sovs. 2 miles, heats. Mr Ryan's Moloneaux . .. .........1 1 Mr E de Mestre's Greesmantle :.. ..... .... 4 0 Mir J. Hushen's Calandar .. ......... 2 3 Mr J. Donnellv's Everrgreen .... .. .... bltd. Off from the jump. After a few strides Ever green took the lead at a Blappiing pace; qalendar well up, Grednmanutle holding hard, and Moloneaux watching the fatvorite, the old mare. Evcrgrceen carried her laurels flourishingly to within a pace of the ropes, when she bolted, lettiig -?Moloneaux slip in, well riddeh by Stapleton. (Ireenmantle know ingly savedher distance, reserving her steam for next heat. Second Heat.-An unrivalled heat, both in pace and riding-head, hands, and seat co-operating to win. Molouneaux took the lead, was never headed, and carnme in a winner; Greeamatlo second, ridden with spirit and thle style of an accomplished alnd expericndcd jock. Second Race.- THe.MAIDnEN PLATE of 40 sovs. i 1 mile,...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 March 1859
i00?MERElAL 'INTELLIGENCE. :. SYDNEY MARKET PRICES.:?":' £ a, D. £ s.D. W :heat, perbushel ...... 0 6 :9 to 0, 7 0 Maize, ditto 0... O 4 6' 0: 4 9 Potatoes, per cwt .... O3 :0 0 3 3 Onions,ditto 4... . ... O 4 ::0--,0 6 0 Flour, ditto... . ..... 0 19 0 0 0 0 Butter,perlb. .. .: :. 0 0,? 9· 0::1: 0 Bacon, ditto .:. :. ? :~ ? 0 ;7- 0 0 10 Eggs, per ddz.. o. :: 110: 1 o, 0.2:.? o SPigs, eacli .:. ... ... 16 L 0 0 Calves, ditto 2 *J.;Y:????.> : 1O 0.~l'}O:- *,O 20 i0 Bark,.per ton ... ... not saleable. VW. HAZLET, Commissiohn Agent, Sussex-street. Sydney, March 16;1859
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 March 1859
Newspaper Establisbmient AND' MACHINE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, SHOALHAVEN STREET, KIASIA. THE Proprietor takes this opportunity of informing the inhabitants of Kiano and the surrounding dis trict, that he continues to execute Printing of every kitid and description at the lowest possible prices, and on tise shortest notice. Having at considerable expense imported some of the most beautiful machinery ever introduced into the print ing bosiness in New South Walcs, which for speed and execution of worknstands unrivalled, he would confidently expect from the 4istrict a fair share of patronage aad eopport. ,- . .' ' ? Book Work . Cards of Address Circulars, in script ti pa eceipt Books Circulasr, in ronde so. Order Books Posters Promisory Notes. Hand Bills e' - ill Hcadinus, &e,, Executed on the shortest notice. The following.Fo'msminay be obtained at tbis office Leaue Forms -u Baink Booik5 Apl;rentice's-Indetui1i .5i Money Order Books Forms of Agreement &c., &., ...
SYDNEY LABOR MARKET. COUNTRY WAGES (PER ANNUM), WITH RATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 March 1859
p OlonYWAGE (PE 0550 50), RWTro 0107101 [Flour. 8 lbs. to~lO ibs; muoat, 10 lbs. to 14 Ibs.; sujor,:? lbs Form laborers - &lt;' '-?.?'.,0:. ?0 ?o' 8'0 0' SStockmen,: .- ... mar....::. .e.p l.o.o 4 0 40 0 utorkmo to r ...,... s .. :~r.:. 0.. 00 0 Hutboopern..o ;, 80 0 5 0 Gordeo lobororo 0.; 40 0 Otookmoo·: , ~ ..I. ,. ;5~ 0 .i40 0 .Bullook drIvers 4 5 Horse dlversio . .30 0 40"0" FPlo.'gbmeo 00. 0 0 Surveyor's meo .c'... U .. 80 0 0 Sheopherds .. . .. .. . .. 800. 83 0 Do;, wvithl to 4 flocks , .... , . 50 0 70 0 Blcksmithsro .. .. ".:..: . ;i.. 48 0 80 0 •Coarpenlers·.l.?.. ,.,'. .., -. . ,,.., 40 0 ' 60 B. . .HAIGII, Commission anod Lbor Agent, Ilog-street east, at the premises forimerly known as the Melbourne Hlotel. Sydney Mar. 16, 1859.
FRANCE AND AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 March 1859
FRANCE AND AUSTRIA (FiOM.· THIE STAR.; It is now nearly ten years since a detachiment of French" troops occupied ithe ''city of Rome, put down the Provisional Govorniment, that had been'establishedd there;~ restored !the Pope, and upbeld him :'i his seat bf temporal dominioiin •It was from the beginning announced'thiat the occupation was only temporairy;, and the0 ques tion has frequently been.aslked sicfic' ivienii'iis to cease. No distincit i~wer :has ev?orbeen rie: turned, and the period would now appear :to be farther off than ever, as wehave just leariied that, instead of being removed, the garrison already thered is a!hout to receive an important increase. A' detachment of cavalry andi bat talion of Ohbassd'rs, we leirn from our corres pondent,.is forthwith to. be sent there, making the. Frcn'h troops 'an army division, piroperly equipped :with all arms, and ready to take the field against any foe. Such a reinforcement is plainly not required for the peop!e of :Rome. There is ...
EAST CAMDEN ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 March 1859
EAsT CAMIDEN ELEOTION.-A CRard llhs just bIeen handed to us announeing the astonishing intelligence of opposition by lr. Jolh _Tighe, as tile nominee of the Honorable John Hubert Plunket. We do not, we can not, for one moment, believe that that honorable gentle con would perpetrate so gross ao insult upon a con stituency, and one so derogatory to himself, his position; social mid political, anld to his character, as to lend hisi lname to an opposition so disgraceful to him in every way; nor can we think so meanly of the district that if a contest be really inteaddd, the electors oulldnot have mnade a selection more creditable to them, and one less like a low farce creative of contempt rather than of evan a laugth.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 March 1859
To our Agents. OUR AGENTS in the various placos arei ernestly J _ requested to forward to thisooffice a.state ment of their several accounts, on-or beforeo WEDNESDAY, the 16th instant, that wemay be : enabled to furnish our accounts for theo past termm.: Examiner office, 5th March, 185.9 - To the Electors of East Camndelin G ENTLEMEN,-Having acceptcd the ofice of Solicitor-General in, the Corper 'Administra-. tion, recently vaciated by Mr..Dalley, and being' consequently desirous of.occupying- a seat in the Assembly, with the view of suppprting the Govern-. ment there,.I beg to offer myself as a Candidate, in the room of your late respected member, Mr. Owen. 'As' my oqfficial duties, as 'well. as professionaLen gagements, preyent my leaving Sydney immediately, Itake :this earliest opportunity of putting you in : possession, tlhrough the Press, of my views on so veral topics. of colonial interest... I have felt it my duty to join the present Govdrn-'. ment, because I consider it as t...
MISCELLANEOUS. A PATTERN WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 March 1859
* MISCELLANEOUS: A PATTESN WIlE. Shoi m h lik h+ e h ?,ife that's on the .vatch For evCery little rent or 'scratch, l: d c:AItires it ;ith a timely prtch, l Betereoyoukiknow it: .She as wvoman fit to match A lord or.poet. : Tru lyov and lhigh m6rality are the same. The young:lady who burst into tears has been :.put togetlher again, and is now weariig. hoops; to prevent a recurrence of the accident. . The errors of the good are often very difficult to Seradicate, 'from being founded':on?tiistaken'views of Sduty. :, :. Politeiess -is the outward garment of good-will; S-but many are the nutshells in which;, if you erack them, nothing like a kerfiel is to be found. ,.The'grcat struggles in life are limited to moments; in the diooping ofthe heaL upon the bosom-in the pressure of the hand upon the brotw. One half of mankind pass their lives in thinking how they slshll gei a dinner, and the othler ini thilnk ing what dinner they shallget; andk the first are nmuch less injured by occasional...
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 March 1859
wHOLESALE PRICES' OCItREN?@;: Wheat perbushbl , r. 0 60;;;' 0 to 0:7 0 M. B'aizoe dodod .. -O . ..:?4 0 ?00:' 4 O Ilalodo ~ S2:6 i( 0 5·0` Butterpo r 0,, , O-,Io0E 0 1 0. Obhesodod .. " . ; 0 6 0 0 - 0 .6 5'.' 0: .8: Baconportlb 0.. 0, 5 '0,, . 0i8.':.O:;O ;9 HItdesOceh. 0SO ..··t.; : '8 0 5 1'~. Powlaperpor b ...03 040 Eggsperdozn n ,011b.:0 0-' 0 0 Potatoes per cot.. . S 2''. '0,;:ji ·." ;?,'. . 1 O0= , ':6 ;0 3 '0 .to dema~nd' SOLOMION RIYAN~, Market Wbarf Sydney, Mar, 15 159.: