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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 March 1859
TO TIIE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA1 EXAMINER. Sin,-In reference to your leading article of the 12th instant, although I havo. very little time or inclinatfin to get up matter for.the.public press, I vould as soon stand by listless to' see that glorious covenant emblem, the "Bow," plucked from the clouds, as remain indifferent when an attempt is made by the leader of a journal to break in upon the original design and, harmony of the Sabbath, or, more properly, the Lord's Day. Are you in the service of tho same master who told the.Lord of the Sabbath, under the guise and shame of religion, to cast himself down, seeing lie had a promise of angelic care, aid who now tells you to supersede the Sabbath by your sophistry ? Is it because you are tired of hugging your.chains and kissing your fetters, that you turn round with feelings of worse than envy and jealousy at the quiet aud blessings of the observers of the Sabbath? Friend, while you are as'you are, I am inclined to think you have no right ...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 March 1859
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. Srn;--In your issue of the 12th instant thqre ap,.. pears a cnmmuni?atio hbeaded "A Strange De cision of M?aIgistrates," and signed " Thomas Gay," in which ieflections and accusations are brought against the msagistrates who formed the Bench at ENowra on the 3rd instant, when the case referred to in the said communication was heard-viz., Gay v M'Kay, for loss and damage sustained in the matter of the purchase of a cow. Though, as a general rule, I think it advisable not to take any notice of the eifusions of disap pointed expectaute of favorable verdlicts in our courts, as it is but natural that such should seek to give vent to their disappointment, and pronounce a favorable judgment on their own case, in some such manner as Mr. Gay has done ; but on the present occasion there are so many misrepresentations and erroneous conclusions published by the plaintiff in the case referred to, that I think it duo to the Bench anfd myself to state that Mr. ...
POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 24TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 March 1859
POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 24TH MARCH. (Before M. Hindmarsh, Esq., chairman, Messrs. Kendall, Robb, and Perrott, J.P.'s.) Henry Stokes was brought up on warrant, charged with drunkenness. Stokes had been summoned to answer to the above charge on Thursday week last, but having failed to appear, a warrant was issued for his detection. Fined 10s. apd 2s. Gd. costs. John Connelly was charged by Constable God dard with fightinig in the public streets of Kiama on the 10th instant. Defendant, a man of very re- spectable appearance, stated that on the day in question he, was at the Fermanagh Hotel. Had a glass or two with some friends. Was leaving the Fermanagh with the intention of going home. On the verandah he met an acquaintance or two, whom he asked in to have a treat. One of them accom- panied him into the bar. Whilst drinking, a party present proposed a toast which he considered not only a personal insult, but a reflection upon his countrymen in general.. The obnoxious toast was one whi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 March 1859
To Let. A CLEARING LEASE of about 25 acres of good . and, well watered;_ 8 years lease, 8 free, aul 2 years rental at £ I per acre. Apply to Mr. E. PARRISH, Fox Ground, WTANTED.-A MILKMAN, and to make himself V generally usoeful. Apply to Alexander King, Kiama. .. . Wanted to Rent. F ROM 40 to 60 acres of Good Cleared Land. .' Must be well .watered. Any person having the same may hear of a good tenant by addressing to R. E., Post Office, Kiama. CHARLES M'LAUGHLAN; Coach Builder, op UJ posite Gould's Post Office Hotel, Sydney. Gigs, Dog and Spring Carts; &c., made to order, and every description of coach work exeouted.bn the shortest notice. - Wanted to Rent. A SMALL HOUSE, with two'or three acres of land, within a short distnuce of Kiama.; 'Apply by letter stating terms, &e., to the office of this paper. For Sale. ABOUT Five Tons of Winter Seed Potatoes of first-rate quality, apply to GEORGE WOODS, Spring Hill. &nbsp; W?ANTED. to LE'L, at Broughton Creek,. in...
THE THREE CALLS. THIRD HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 26 March 1859
THE THREE CASLLS.& ; BY OMEGA. THIIRD HOUR. 0, slumberer, arouse thee ! despise not the truth; Give, give thy Creator the days of thy, youth; Why standest thou idle ? The day breaketh-see! The Lord of the vineyard is waiting for thee ! Sweetest spirit, by thy power, Grant me yet another hour: Earthly pleasures I would prove, Earthly joy, and earthly love ; Scarcely yet has dawned the day, Sweetest spirit, wait, I pray ! SIXTH AND NINTH HOUnRS. 0, loiterer, speed thee ! the morn wears apace, Then squander no longer thy remnant of grace, But haste while there's time-with thy Master agree; The Lord of the vineyard stands .waiting for thee ! Gentle spirit, prithee stay, Brightly beams the early day: - " Let me linger in these bowers, God shall have my noontide hours; Chide me not for my stay, * Gentlo spirit, wait, I pray ! . - ELEVENTII HOUR. O, sinner, arouse thee ! thy morning has past: Already the shadows are lengthening fast ; Escape for thy life I from the dark mountains f...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. ENGLAND. THE TRADE OF 1858, AND THE PROSPECTS OF 1859. EXPORTS TO AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 April 1859
.ENGLISH EXTRACTS. -,-, THE TRADE OP 1858, AND THIIE PROSPECTS O:i 1859. EXPORTS TO AUSTRALIA. (Fo' TR ROME NEWS, 17Th JANUA RY ? t A careful study. of the trade of: the ~pastyear will rewarid both the ecoiinomst and the mer chant.. At no former period of. our commercial history have there been so"- few disturbing theo ries .to distract the `attention:i"and perplex':the judgeiit.':,The report "and evidenice.by the Committee on the Bank.Acts is worthy of no tice, as proving how few there are that now see any essential connection between our currency laws and the periodical convulsions that over take oureconimerce. Almost all the witnesses examined before the Commit tee, whether bankers merchants, manufacturers, or "theoretical wit nesses" (as Mr. Cayley classifies them) con-, curred in expressing themselves satisfied with the working of the Bank Acts, and deprecated any alteration, at least for the present... And that the eminent financiers, who formed "thel majority of the Committe-...
STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 April 1859
:I-" STOCK AbND STATION CIRCULAR.Lt ," , GARLAND AND 3BINndfii repbrt. tlherif?is little doing in Store Cattle. We have' soldl one draft at last weeks prices; but the market 'is'!quite bare,; though we have had ,several 'parties enquiring for; drafts of suitable cattle.,, STORE SHEEP-We have none for sale. FAT STooC`The markets are completely glutted, and prices have fallen very much, leaving great loss to the Ksellers. Good Bullocks ;have been -sold at 65s.; anidfat shebp at uIi. Froml auithentic sodui;ies we learn that '-heavy drafts re nobw on': thle'r??. Our:idotherilifriends mvst again resort-to the piots;. and;as 'tallo and hides are both ,at good p.rices will not iose much thereby. . : . : WooL-continues .without-muchalteration. We sold a very heavy southern clip, at 1?slOd" ifit had. been g'ot up better it would have broiuglit 2s::ýJ`''' STATIONi--Until the settlement of the -Land Question we cannot expect much will be. done in this description of property. ;We; have ,only t...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 April 1859
TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications intended for insertion must bo anthenti :cated by the name and address of the writer-not necessarily . S for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. Wo cannot undertake to return rejected communications.. f SATURDAY, APRRL 2, 1859. ::
I LOVE THE MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 April 1859
I love the man who calmly rests ;i'' When wealth andfriends have flown; , Who peace and love, those heavenly guests, Securely makes his own ; ? V.ho never looks to earth for bliss, SBut treasures in the skies; To whom deep sorrow's dark abyss S,,Brings no depressive sighs. ..."I love'the'man vwho kindly bears . The haughty tyrant's frown; Alike'to friend and foe he wears The look of calm renown, The proud contempt, the graceless slight, Do not a'ffect his soul; He's firmer in the truth and right As passion's billows roll. I love the man who calmly gives As heaven has blessed his store; ,.. Who shares the gifts that he receives With those who need them more; -?_Whose.melting heart with pity moves . *. :'i O'er sorrow and distress, Of all:his friends, who mostly loves The poor-the fatherless. I love the man who scorns to be To name or sect a slave Whose soul is-like the sunshine, free- Free as the ocean wave;. Who when he sees oppression-wrong S. Speaks out in thunder tones - Who feel...
OVERLAND MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 April 1859
S OVERLAND MAIL. DowN 3P MAi.. ""Dewx 3LAI.. ._.UP-MIL. .. '.. DeptsArrive" 'POST- TOWNS._, Depts. Arriv p m' ::,s :i rOAaz. o.owN ::. : pm .40 aily (Su.exdcp.) I Daily (M.' excep.) : . 50: 9.40 Dllsy (Sn. excop.) Ibaily aicep p.) '8, o -t:' ii:4 Wo"xx. : am b"' 0 e . Daily' ily (p:M p ex cep.) 10 .0 m. 10. 0 Daly /'i '' Dally.;i. 0.'0 :b i-c.?,; ,M ,zsiDir,. o. . - Noon. Daily. Dgily 7,30 m 12.80 Daily.?:,:i "u , Dally.:?;'" 7. "0 m:. 12.80 T. Th. and Sat. Tu. Th. and Sun. ; 0.: '.DAPTa ANYs Su 0IIA5UIC.O (noanon MAIL.) LeavesDapto: Leaves S..Harbor 'andTh..2pm and. Th: 10 in jsm -u'i? a":'CSat: Tu;. dh;aund SUn;: . 6: m Pu P . n...... Mo. am S am 00 P0: u.Th :and Satu. u.oTand. Sun 40, p i.; 10" W. F. and Sun. Mon. W, and Sat n m eon ,. iWed. and sun;,j Wed;and Sun. 11.0 0 0 Thursday T '. Tuosdy-. and Sat. " o pm"/ ea' n Thriday.' . . MTuesday;4" "0' .0 Fi .Desdaiy. aMonday ': "en. a u an ay. 'Tuesday. '.2 6: am am Tuesday.,-. Monday.'- Meo 0.10 Wednesday. - Saturday. NMn
ERATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 April 1859
Eaii:A4 I dour Police Report of lahs week, 'in the case of Black v Phillips, -read' "Thomas" instead of "John." In Mr. Aldcorn's letter, the following words. were'ommitted in the last paragraph but one, third, line, after the word " case" read, "and not as stated by 3Mr. Gay."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 April 1859
Newspaper Establishai ent AND MACHINE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE,; SiOAlIHAVEN STREET, KIAIMA. THE Proprietor takes this opportunity of iiforiing?i - the'inhabitants of Kiama and thle surrdundlif.disng triet, that he'continues to execute Printing of every kind,, and:desdription at the lowest possible prices, and oni"the: shortest notice. Having at considerable expense imported some' of 'the'! most beautiful machinery ever introduced into the prinit=" ing business in New South Wales, which for speed and execution of work, stands unrivalled, he would confidenitly expect from the district a fair share of patronage and support. Book Work Cards of Address Circulars, in script type Receipt Books Circulars, in 'rondd 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 Apprentice's Indentures Money Order Books Forms. of Agreement &c., .&...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 April 1859
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE,.. SYDNEY MARKET ;PRICES. £ a. D. £ s.D. Wheat, per bushel .. .. 0 6 :9 to0 7' 0 Maize, ditto ... ....... 0,,[4 ,,m6 j, .0P 4 , Potatoes, per cwt . . . 3 0 0 3 3 Onions, ditto .::: '?: P 10' 0 0Q 0i Butter, per lb ............ 0.1-.1,3.n :O6 Pi^s'& v ....... ? " ........ 0 16 0 ¢ 0:30; .O Calvesditto .....s:;;1...; :±;;=010 :0: 0 ,q Bark, per ton ... ...riotseae. W. HAZLET; Commission Agent, Sussexs-street. Sydney, March 31, 189.'' :.. i
PORT OF KIAMA. EXPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 April 1859
PORT OF KIANA. Per Illawarra Steam Navigation Company's steamers for: the. week ending 2nd April ;-318 kegs butter, I: case cheese, 4 coops fowls, 6 cases eggs, 48 pigs, 14 calves, 75 bags wheat, 37 do. maize, 130 do. onions, 13 hides, 2 casks tallow, and sundries.
SYDNEY LABOR MARKET. COUNTRY WAGES (PER ANNUM), WITH RATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 April 1859
-STlon LABOR b MAhTB3. ,";., .1;:>: .. Oodx si"OTY ~?b (PEP.ANv UMj,': ui~i RATirOs. [Flour, 8 lbs.: to i0 lbs ;. meat;-l1 lbs. to 14 lbs.; sugar, - lbs. tea, IbN, Weekly.]? Farm labors.. 30 0to 35 Do, marrled couples ,. . . ,45 :0 50 0 Storemen f `404 0 50io~l :o 0 Gardelabre 25... ; 4,.. 0 40 '0 Stockmen 85 4 Bullock drivers ' 40,0 50 0 Horse drivers .. -0-'t 40 -o Pionghmen ;; , ; ..:l·.: ,;,.:.. L. I=.::.t 80..:0 \35 0 Surveyor's men n . i'. ", ° .. ^= s . !'. f-:: ;:? 30~0: = 35 0O Shepherds . . " 30 10 33 0 Do., with 8 to 4 flocke s- ' .. , ;. .50,0 0 0 Blacksmiths .. .. . ... :P 68+1'0 80 0 Carpenters ""' "" 1".;44'..".40 i0 %)O · a 0 B. 8. HAIGH, Commission andtLabor Aent, Klig-street east, at the premises formerly known' asthb LMelbourn HIlotl. Sydney, Mar. 31, 1850.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 April 1859
Brighton Hotel, Wollongong.. i, jo ES. JOHNi HETHERINGTON retinsthanks . . to her friends and. the public generally, for' the liberal: support in thei place knowni as the: Com-r me'cial, Hotel, andthat she has' removed to larger and nimore commodious premises-the 'BRIGHITON,, HOTEL Superintending the above Hotelsh feelis confident that every convenience, civility at tention; anid chiges moderate, shall be strictly ?ad. :heu '.red : ; . .: , ! r to , :rTHE proprietors of horses are particularly caun:' ; ~tioned-t~o'gisve twritten instructions,:to, their, servants when directing them to,purcbas,,e ';,:,f ,111 ROW'S i'EMBRiOCATION OR FARMiER'S' '" The?oetraordinary and daily increasing sale 'which its "uiiative "owers' have sedured, rhss inlduced several parties ti'offer spurious and seless-imit tioiis Tihese` are. iutterly worthless ;iin iespect of. their professed porer's, and 'resemble' the "original only in the similarity of the ndame, ;whicih las- been adopted. for the puirpose;of...
REVISION COURT.—SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 April 1859
REVISION COURT. - SHoALbAVN. -. A :special court:for-revising the electoral,list was held on:.the 28th ultimo; P. de Mestre, Esq., chairman., There were no objections filed,. but,.seven new, claimants added. The number of electors for. the.police; dis trict of Shoalhaven are nine hundred and seventeen. MoPniy, THE AHERicAkN CHEiss CinA rofi. ThBo Hime News'" Table -Talk" .columnsiireportr a match between Morphy, of Newv'Orleiiis, anid Heri Anderssen, of Breslau, which,-in consequence of the late indisposition' of the foriieir',hbs bleen 'played at the Hotel Breteuil, in Paris; in place of the.Cafd de Ia Regence. 'iThe' game terminated by tlih"eyong er professor winning the requisite seven games,,.The score at last stood, Morphy; seven ; Ahderssen,; :tWo drawvn, two. : r. Morphy;may, now fairly, takl rank as the champion of the old world as ,well as the new. "No Englishmanis; found :to.:do -him battle, and every foreigner ,of -note has now, with the exception of. Der Luja, fallen an ...
MR. OWEN'S RESIGNATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 April 1859
* Ml ;::OM. WEN S JESIGNATION i :We have read with.much pain.the report of the select committee on;the: subject.of the above gen *tleman~svote previous to his fnal acceptance of. office; the " discrepancy" in the evidence of Mr.: COWPER and Of Mr. OWEN :is most marked ani d direct, so .iuci so' iideed that the matter ccannot be allowed:'to 'estiby ierely laying that report upon the table of the House; either the one or the other is most assu;redily dishonored, and which ever it be, he is for ever disqualified from holding: any rankamongst gentlemen, and any.offiice:under the Crown. 'TMr."OwEN denies udnequivocally; most positively;; indeed peremptorily'and?poiiitedly' the evidence of Mr. Cowrsi'' but we confes; ,from our kiowledgedan.'y ears of ,observation of both gentleman ;'and' we have read their faces as plainly as we ;would a book, we are of opinion that the unexpected;dignity of: Judge-now felt to, be secure-may have so confused, or shaped there collection of his honor as to ...