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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 March 1859
HAiGRAVE FOR EAST CAMDEN i ELECTORS!! Be Up and Stirring! DON"'P"allow yourselves to be made' the TOOLS of a SFuaction, who would sacrifice the PEOPLE'S MIN ISIRY, and throw the Business of tie Country into confusion merely to. B. 'REVENGE MR. PLUNKETT," as expressed by Mr. John Tighe. The Opposition, "if saccessful," would be a Positive )isegraoe to the Consti tuency, and render it notoriously Intinmous from one end of the Country to the other. ' EtEcones !--Will you allow yourselves to be "repre sented" by A' MR. JOHN'TI'GHE, Mr. Plhnkett's Lackey Nomilee ? NO! Then record your Votes in favor of Mr. J.F. HARGRAVE, the Solicitor-General of tihe present Ministry; which\lhas given to tihe Conntry, iMuleilpal Law, and Electoral Reform, and which is pledged to bring in a LAND BILL containing Selection before Survey, Sale without Auc tion, and Deferred Payments. VOTE FOR TIGHE! tho mnn of property!! the gentleman of education !!!, of Indepondence! I of high Oharacter ! ! !! ? and MR. PL...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 19 March 1859
The busy, stirring, exciting period of political action is last. approaching,, When tho electors throughout the colony will .be called upon to prove whether they really have given serious thought to the faitbful discharge of the: important responsi bility which- necessarily devolves .upon them, for the benefit of their country and of thousands yet unborn. What steps are being taken to hold out &nbsp; any, the slightest promise, to the many, the too &nbsp; many, who,careless; indifferent,and unthinking, are governed by. the opinions and conduct of others, upon that which may as surely affect a nation's greatness and glory, as it, may effect a nation's ruin; 'What steps,we repeat, are being taken.by. the talking politicians of.the day, 'to make fitting preparation for the coming struggle, prepare and instruct the public mind not only. upon the all-important leading topics which must engage' the earliest attention .of the new. Parlia ment, but also to guide the electors...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 March 1859
Steam Packet Inn, Kiama. (1 EORGE ADAMS would respectfully call the -'G attention of the public to the above house of entertainmient.: The premises have undergone a thorough repair, a spacious and tastefully fitted Bar has been erected, and is well furnished with a su perior stock of liquors of every description--in fact the proprietor does not think it is saying too much when he promises those who may patronise him, better accommodation than' can be obtained at any other house in Kiama. G. A. would draw the attention of parties visiting Kiama to the convenience afford them by the easy access to the steamboat, landing. Every attention and civility to patrons " largeo and small." N.B.-Good Stabling and secure Paddocks. - Ground to Clear. ITANTED a party to take a Contract for Falling and Y Burning off about 15 acres of Brush Land. Apply to Mr. E. PARRISH, Fox Ground. . TO LET, tihe well-iknon Publioe Hot ses, kne as the S FERMANAGH HOTEL. This old established Iun wants:no comment, as...
OVERLAND MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 March 1859
OVERLAND MAIL. DowN AIL. - UP MAIL . ' Depts. Arrive POST TOWNS. Depts. Arrive 4 : .: CAMPBELLT. TOWN. m 7.40 Dally (8on?:ep.)Dally (M. excep.) . o pam eo .? o pm" 9.40 Da (ySn ocxp.) ily l .excep) 8. 0 a m . Daily (h xcop.) Daly(M eheo.) 10.0 a m W a: DA . ., am Noon DaTly. Daily. Dl. i 7,30 pm am pm 2 0 Daly ?o .DailyS. 7 0' am. DArvo AND SnaLL Honnoan Leaves Dapto Loaves S Harbor andTh2p.' 2p H and Th loam o Tbh and Sat. "Tue Tb and Sun. m m pm Ed and Sat. Ton.Tl and Suen a ., w.'FI.'andaSun~lrIMon.W: and bat pp ?:°n'day" ': "0 uedy. 7"::: 0.` a and m0 W.Fri. and Sn.I Mon. W and Sat' . P.m Noon: . : 'NeOn Wed, and Seen. Wed. and Sun, 11.0 p m 2r0 Mooand Thee. Tes. and Sat. 0 0 pm 2.0 Thrednesday. I Tuesday. . o r IMonday. on.e a m IDIIpm am , a m Tesday. Monday. Neo pm 8.80 Wednesday. Satureeday. Non
EAST CAMDEN ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 March 1859
EAST CAMDEN ELECTION. :Tlie obpposition artful dodge :lias been tireated. by the several' divisions of the electorate ?ith that mnariked conitempt it 'so well merited from high minded,intelligent electors such. peeple should neot attempt to: play the high 'game of politjcs; "they may do to follow suit, as usual, when tlite trump cards' are in, andl played by, experienced hands. The soil of New Sotith'Wales-even ? that of -East Camdei---is: ot favorai le t: that linchris' tian feeling, that of '"revenge," upon which such ill-advised opposition was based, as acknowledged by" TYGIIE in his audacious( 0 speech':from" the hustings; and the factious party feeling so un blushingly avowed is equally opposed to every iioral principle' of legitimate political warfare, and is, we are sure, .unequivocally repudiated by, every independent right-thinking elector. The electors. of that portion of the electorate Within Shoalhaven behaved manfullly on the occa sion: it was l.bt on the polling day .t...
EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE COLUMBIAN [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 March 1859
EUROPEAN NEWS. .... ARRIVAL OF THE COLUMBIAN T?he steamship Coluimbian touched at Adelaide !,:on'the17th instant, short of coal. During the passage she experienced heavy easterly breezes. 'She brings news from London to 17th January; Suez, 28th January; Galle, 18th ;?February; King George's Sound, 10th March. Among her passengers is Mr. Gabrielli. From the Sydney Morning Herald we extract ,the' principal items of interest. ENGLAND. The English funds have fallen to 95k, and :. 95Q. The Paris 3 per cents. were quoted on the .18th, 69. It is not thought that war is imminent, or that England will take part in the Continental struggle. The via Marseilles portion of the November . mail reached England on 5th January. The telegraphic communication between Malta and England is interrupted. The Irishmen arrested for belonging to the Phoenix Society, have been examined, and some committed for trial. More arrests have been made: The Government has prosecuted an Irishman, 'named Nugent, in Dubl...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 March 1859
DIARY. DATS: SUN ON SUN - IooN'sl MORNING DONTDH.W' ERE. O1ERIDN. RIS6. SUN SET. A. TID. 0.0M. S. R. S . 10. 55. D. S. S. Ma. 1 S .....02 763 66 0 60 F. 6 9 ~'6 0eos;....... 7 35 6 7 . 8 .15 8 44 S,21t5i....... 7 17 68 6 6 16 9 21 ,,22 T.:..... 6 596 0 0 5 17 0 65 , V ...... 6 40 6 10 6 S 118 10 30o ,, 24 T...... 622 0 10 '6 2 19 11 6 , 5. F......- 6 3 60 6 1 .20 11 47 THE KIA.MA EXAMINER. . PUBLISHED WEEKLY. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. ELGEY, J. C.-Reoeived and under consideration.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 March 1859
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. : 1~AaRiALS. M arh 23.-Emma, brig, 138 tons, Captain Holford, from New Plymouth, (N. Z.), 3rd instant. March 23.-Hunter, (s.), 264 tons, Captain Sullivan, fiom the Clyde River, 22nd instant.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 March 1859
Newspaper Establishment AND .MACHINE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, SHOALHAVEN STREET, IIAMA. TiHE 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 notico. Having at c'onsiderablo,expenso imported some of the " most beautiful machinery ever introduced into the print ing busines in New South Wales, which fbr speed and execution-of work, stands unrivalled, he would confidently expect from the district a fiir share of patronage and support. Book Work Cards of Address Circulars, in script typo Receipt Books Circulars, in rondo do. Order Books "osters Promisory Notes Ifiud Bills - Bill Headings,. &o., -! ur- .r11 osh rest, notice. The following Formsslmay be obtained at this office - Lease Forms Bank Books Apprentice's Indentures Money Order Books Forms of Agreement &c., &e., &c. His type, wh...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 March 1859
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. £ s. D. £ . D.. Wheat, per bushel 0..... 0 6 9 to 0 7 0 Maize, ditto .... ... 0 4 6 .0 4 9 Pdtatoes, per cwt ... 0 3 0 0 3 3 Onions, ditto ...... .. C 4. 0:, .0. 6 0 Flour, ditto... .:. O19 . 0.: 0 .0 0 Buttier, per lb. ... .... ..; O 1 -3 ?..0 :1- 6 Bacon, ditto 0.. ... 0.7 0 0 10 Eggs, per doz. ... .:. 0 . 1 10 , 0 .92 0 Pigs, each ... 0.; . ..: : 16 :0'0 30 0 Calves, ditto . . 0 10 0?,O2 0 Bark, per ton . .... .. notsaleable:`: W. IsAZLET, Cokmmission. Agent S'ussex street ydry, March 24, 1859 .
PORT OF KIAMA. EXPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 March 1859
PORT OF KIAfA. EXPORTS Per IllaWarra Steam Navigation Company's steamers for the week ending 25th March :-358 kegs butter, 5 coops fowls, 4 cases eggs, 80 pigs, 34 calves, 1;'0 bans wheat, 19 do. maize, 62 do. onions, 40 hides, I bundle ealfskins, 4 lambs, 1 Ihhd. tallow, and sundries.
STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 March 1859
STOCK AND STATION. CIROULAR. . Garland and Bingham report that the last week there has been little doing in store stock. Our sale comprises 2,500 head of store cattle, ages two years up to seven. Mixed sexes, taken from 'he station, at 45s., terms one third cash, one-third six months, and one-third nine months bills, endorsed; these cattle are of superior quality. The market is quite bare of good store stock. The southern prices range from £4 12s. for bullocks and steers to £3 15s. for mixed lots. Staggy cattle and old cows quite unsaleable. STORne SHEEP.-We have daily inquiries for eood sheep, but have none for sale. The last lot of wetliers were cleared of at 12s, terms as usual. Our London friends, Messrs. Sinclair, Hamilton, and Co., report in their favor, dated 17th January : "The wool sales will commence on second or third Thursday in next month, and we hope you may have some over in time. The stock now is as tfollows Sydney .. .. .. .. 2,052 bales Port Phillip . .. . 2,578 ,,...
THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD AND THE BERRY LIBEL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 March 1859
THE. SYDNEY MORNING HERALD AND THE BERRY LIBEL CASE. - conii t c emporary of Wollongong has very justly censured the conduct ofi the Herald in its ' several tirades again the verdicts of ttwio juries in th'?e abovecase. Had .all the .trials erminated Sit. ould be perfectly competent for any journalh:to express an. opinion on the matter but while-a Scivil. action isa.still pending, the' issue of which is 1,of immense pecuniary importance to the defendant, and that -defendant` a' brothei journialist, we "can nInot buteconsidr 'the ioiiduct of the Herald mnost reprehensible, ill-timedl, unjust, ungenerous,. and unprincipled in the. extreme, without any excuse or pretext to justify or palliate it. .That Wsant of. due consideration of what is due to the 'honor, the integrity, and the great moral principles of fair dealing honorable journalism, prompted- a hasty and ill-conisidered criticism on the trials, we would be glad to be able to per suade ourselves to believe;. but, in order:tc ar...
WHOLESALE PRICES' CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 March 1859
. _ WHOLESALE' PRIOES' CUiWE, T. I ,:; Wheat per bushel 0- " 0 to 07 o M Zaize dodo 0 4 0 0 4 9 Barley dodo o...0 32 "? 03 0 Buttoe per lb . 0 1 6 Checso dodo". .0: ' 0" ' :'' : 6::0 0. ,8' Bacon perlb ..:. 0 0;0 8;-0::00 Hideseach.. . 0- 8 0 :orBa0 Fowlsperpair ..:0.0 8 6 0 A 0 Eggs perdozen .. .....0...0Ot 0 10- 0 0 : 0 Potatoes per owt;. .. ..'.. 0 '2' 6 0- 8 Plgs . .... in demand Calves' .. ... ... ... . .. ditto SOLOMON HY AM, Market TWharf, Sydney, Mar. 24, 1859.
DARBY DOOLITTLE VISITS THE COORTS.—CIVIL LAW A MISTAKE—AND THE PARLIMINT—CRAB APPLES AND SOORD FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 March 1859
DARB Y.J)OOLITTLE VISITS THE COORTS. --'CIVIL LA IV A IISTAKE.-AND THE PAR LIMIINT V- CRAB APPLES AND SOORD PER FAVOR OF TIIE KIAMA F.XAMINEIR. Well, Biddy, my honey, while I was coolen my heels at the doors of the law Coorts, waiten.for the uncorkin' of the ould vinegar bottle I tould you av in my last, I thought I'd just step in to won av the big halls an hear a thrial; I was tould it was the civil Coort, an av coorse 'xpected to see all manner av civility, an to hear nauthen bud civil doin's; its mysilf soon found out my mistake, bud as overy thing in life in. this kunthry is turned up side down, an'mighty conthrairy, all as won as if it wor a pur pose, Ibegun to think the gossoon ment thorevarse of 'what hoe said whin he tould me it wor a civil Coort.- I tuk my gate right forniust. the Judge, an a mighty grand gintleman he looked,.an solum like, though' he' was pleasant and had a smile an his face?, then there was a widdy woman in a little crib, and twelve men wid. pens in their...
"THE DUE OBSERVANCE OF THE LORD'S DAY."—H. MACK'S VIAL OF—GINGER POP. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 March 1859
"TIHE DUE OBSERVANCE OFTHELORD'S DAY" II. MA OICKS VIA. L OP - GINGER POP.. W. e much regret our inability to congratulate the above reverend gentleman upon the tone, temper, and style of the lecture with which hot, in his small wiidodmi, lihs favorid us, and to whliich, ii the simple spirit of that humility, the total absence of which so strikingly marks the, presumption and clerical :pride of his letter, we shall endeavor to reply. e .cannoti though most charitably dispospd, otherwise characterise that silly production than ill natured, ill-ifemiered, and its limited reasoning "i unsound." The spirit of religious zeal Which the writer' has labored to infuse through it. is so darkened by his spiritual anger and dogmatic inso lence, that the small modicum of charity it contains is wholly neautralised. He informs us that, " For the satisfaction of our readers, heo does not appear before them as the defendant of any particular rev erend chairman" - le has. not even sufficient. brother...