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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 April 1859
:' h .Thiea r approach of the Publicans' General: Licesiaiing Session suggests a few observatiis. vhihcithlie hitherto somewhat carcless'and ;in5dids criminiately wholesale manner of granting licenses ''_renders necessary, not only on behalf of the pub lic, but also regardful of that guardianshiip and trust-reposed by the Government irithe magis trates,; wvho undertake the grave respobnsibilitv.of. Scoiiferringiiupon.iiidividuals such large powers for. *good or evil, which licensed victuallers enjoy. 'i We shall not pointedly direct our remarks to any particular, district, although we might do'so with some effect, as we expect the magistrates of a certain locality' till not fail to do their ;duiyy ;onr rte othcodming .occasioif, and 'that, thlerefore, we.. shallti?e reilleed' rom tlie painful 'reflection-.tliati the chariacter of a district, and the public interestsi or rather of that portion wliho from necessity or clhoice, frequent public hou's'esi , d'.'li'iught less of, if 'at a...
THE LAND QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 April 1859
, THE JA1ND,-QUESTI"'.ON'? - TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MORNINGI HE?U*LD Sai, --In a :formerssue of your paper, youi in vited an expression of opinion on the lind question. i have been induced;,fromn reading your ,remarks in the Herald of 24th February, on Mr. O'Shanassy's land scheme, to reiterate my views as published in the Empire, 3rd October, 1856, also as expressed at u-public meeting at Raymond Terrace subsequently, and embodied in n petition to the Legislative As sembly upon that occasion. Mr. O'Shanassy's scheme differs from mine; first as to a fixed.,price of one pound per acre,. and, se condly, as to bona fide settlers. But we agree that. large areas of agricultural laid shoiild be proclainimed for selectionfi?withoit. any aiction system. .., .. I 'supposeo that-:large blocks of laid, should., be surveyed \intoh allotments. varying from. 50 to:320 1 acres, accordingto0 water and other .cpnsiderations, and 'thaltthose -blocks! should be 'simultaneously,' surveyed invariou...
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 April 1859
W ."` 1HOLESALE' PRICES' CUR~RENT' ýý Wheat per bushel. ,1,: ? '...? :, o S?6-: 9 to 0,'7-00 faize do do:: ; -. o .. 0:8; . 0,3 9 Barley dodo 0 .;a 2' 0 . - - Blutter.per lb "P" 0 ; 1 3 "' - do g "0' Cea Chedseede:do *~:0- 60' 6;0::Y Bacon perib ''. U0i;0 S 01 0 SI Hides each.. . ". 0. . 8. u? u - ..0r? Fowls perpe rIr .. ..' ... ..0 8 , 00 ,4 0 F. eer dozen" .0 III O 2 r0 Potates per cwt.. '' ' Plag...-.. . In demond scILOMN uTAH;, Mtuket' Wharf, Sydney,' Mar 51,'1859.
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 April 1859
i `DAS. SUN ON SUNI MOON'S MORNING Mon... :.Wzz. MEIRIDN. RISES . - S OET. A. N D. it. M. S. N. M. I. M. 2. , 2M. April S..... " 337 a 17 5 50 20 7 It ,, 3 ......... 3 19 6 18 5 48 N. 7 -52 , 4 ... 1 18 5 48 1 8 53 ,, 5T........ 2 43 6 19 5 46 2 0 30 ,, Olw........ " 6 20ol 5 4 3 10 04 ,,-7 T'........ 2 2 6 21 5 43. 4.1 10'39 ,, 81F ....... 52 6 22 5 42 5 11 16 THE, KIAMA EXAM INER. " PUBLISHED .WEEKLY.
DARBY DOOLITTLE TO HIS OULD ACQUAINTANCE DAN DONOVAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 April 1859
DARBYDOOLITTLE TO HIS OULD. AC Q tUAINTANCE DAN DONOVAN. &nbsp; &nbsp; -;,PE FAVOR OF THE KIAMA ?XAMIIER..!:s"t. "' Dan, ould boy, I'm as proud .as a.-dog.wid too, tales to cum acrass ye at this prisent minit,,forI'm, sitten alangside the misthress, an' itwudn't..do. to be riten to her an" she all as won as luken over my, shouldlier an' noon every word I'm goen ;to say. We can shske hans le telegraf Dan, an' talk' ov ould times an' politiks, an' no won need be a' bit: the wiser ov our sacrets-tho' I dunna how it- is every.word Darby says is afore him all along. tho road. Never heed, Dan, ma bouchal, you an' .I'll. convarse in whispers like, an' we'll only spakoe the thruth; so.the dicken a won ov uz need care the blast or a pqnny whistle what busy tungs'be' sayen about uz; we'll keep niver minden, an' go on 'the ould jog'throt, jotten down passen evints an' laffin at all the quare doins round uz, an' steppon clear ov the.mud av we can. Tauken ovI ould'times, Dan, do ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 April 1859
National School, Jerara. &nbsp; THE ?Quarter next ensuing will commence on ''MONDAY, April 4th. For terms :(which have been revised), apply to the Local Patrons, or to the Teacher at the School. A Class will be formed in Kiama the ensuing winter for the teaching and practice of Music. &nbsp; Also a class for Latin-should sufficient' induce- ment offer. Further particulars can be ascertained by applying to MR. S. FREEMAN, Manning-street, or at the National School. Central Store, . iama :,. SO N S'A L E-PRI?(E ENGLISH; CHEESE, Preserved Herrring and Salmon, Y A RMOUTH..B L OAT ERS., and ' ALT JH;IER;RIN.G,4,-' .-: Macci?roni and Vermicelli;, &c., &c.; &c.; . G. J. DIXON, Central: Store,; Kiama. + To"Sipwowners.' TFHE undersigned:having carriedon' tlihe-bisiness: 1 of a Sailinaker in Sydney','for the past'lsix,: years; -and given general satisfactioni, s'olicits. the favors.of. Shipowuers._ : Parties entrusting him with.: their orders mfy, rely o...
DEATH OF HENRY OSBORNE, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 April 1859
DEATH OF HENRY OSBOURNE, ESQ. This gentle man, who had been suffering from severe sickness for some time past, died on the evening of Saturday last, at his residence, Marshall Mount. The dis- &nbsp; trict will long mourn the loss of one who has, during a period of twenty-nine years, done much whereby his fellow-men have been benefitted :.in all his re lations he enjoyed a well-earned reputation for honesty, uprightness, and candor. Mr. Osborne. was a native of Ireland, emigrated to this country in 1829, and by his industry and perseverance ac~ cumulated an immense fortune : he died in his 56th year. DEATH OF ROBERT CAMPBEL, EsQ.-While yet the mournful sound of the above has not passed &nbsp; &nbsp; away, we have to record the demise of Robert Campbell, .Esq., Colonial Treasurer. The:- Herald of Thursday "says: "Our readers will perceive from the Parliamentary reports that both Houses adjourned on the melancholy intelligence,being an nounced that the Hon. Robe...
SELECT POETRY. THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 April 1859
. '_ SELECT'POETRY.' 2 r\ if'THEjVILLAGGEBLACKSAltITH. K S . Y LONGFELLOW. .tlUnder a spreading chestnut tree '.,The village smithy stands; "' T :he smith, a mighty man is he, ;': With large and sinewy hands; ' A'iid the muscles of his brawny arms Are strong as iron bands. H " is hair is crisp, and black, and long, His face is like the tan; H is brow is wet with honest sweat, He earns whate'er he can, And looks the whole world in the face, SFor he owes not any man. " " eek in, week out, from morn till night, ' S You can hear his bellows blow; You can hear him swing liis heavy sledge,. S. With measured beat and slow, _ Like a sexton ringing the village bell, S When the evening sun is low. SAnd children coming home from school L ': Look in at the open door; They to see the flaming forge, ' And hear the bellows roar, . And catch the burning sparks that fly 'uliLike chaff from a threshing floor. .:.:ni "fHe goes on Sunday to the church,. And sits among his boys; He hears the parson pray...
SYDNEY ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 April 1859
SYDNEY ITEMS. SENTENCE OF DEATH.-During the absence of the jury on the foregoing case, his Honor directed that the convict Martin should be brought up for judgment, having been found guilty of committing a rape under most aggravating circumstances. On the prisoner being put into the dock, he was ques tioned in the usual solemn manner if he had any thing to say why sentence of death should not be passed upon him, upon which he vehemently de clared his innocence. His Honor addressed the prisoner.in the most solemn manner, and after having recapitulated the evidence, proceeded in the usual awful terms to pass the sentence of death. During the Judge's address he was several times interrupted by the unhappy convict. As the prisoner was being removed from the dockc, he again reiterated his protestations of innocence, calling upon "This Father, Son, and Holy Ghost" to wit ness his ussertions.-Herald We have good reason to believe that Mr. George Agustus Fits Roy, the son of the late Sir Ch...
COUNTRY ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 April 1859
COUNTRY ITIEMS. ,:: DARNa ROBBenRuY AND ATTEMIPTED "ROnBERYa. Great excitement is prevailing in the Creek in con sequence of two barefaced. robberies having been committcc lately. On M\onday night last,, as Mr. and Mrs. Dwyer were sitting in their parlour, about twelve o'clock they fancied they hIeard some parties moving around the premises at tile rear. Mr. Dwyor hastened to Mr. Burke's for the requisite amunitioih to loIad his pistols. During his absence one of the ruffians came to the door of the parlour and: de manded the keysMrs. Dwyer screaming out obliged him to decamp. As far as the fright would permit, Mrs. Dwyer states that the party who demanded the keys had crape over his face, and a pistol in his left hand. The noise made by iMrs. Dwyei brought Mr. Burke and Mr. Allen to the rescue, but by this time the burglars had decamlped. One party made a clean jump over Mr. Burke fence, as there were many plants in his garden destroyed. In fact Mr. Allen chased and fired at one pa...
WHOLESALE PRICES' CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 April 1859
WHOLEsATEl RItES'CIntR 6NT.' A£ s.d. s.d. Wheat prbeo l .. *....'.. . .. 0o6 9 to 0 7 0 .3froo dod .., , 0 2 6 0 3 0 aly do do . , .. " .." '.. 0 6 0 68 Butter per Lb . .' .' . '." ,?'I 3 0 1' Cheesododo :.. .. .. . ... 0 0 6 0 0.8 Beconoprlb 0 0 8 0 0 0 Ilideseach.. . ... .-0..- ... .... :.., 0 8 0. 0 9 0 3owlsperpalr. . .' .. 03 0 0 4 0 Eggspr doz'.. . .. ... 0 ? 10 0 0 0 Pototosperct;.: .;- . 0 2 0 0 3 O S . . . . . ..; in demand C lves ... ... ... ... .. .. ditto SOLOMON HY~ alf, Mrket Wharf, Sydnoy, April 7, 1859g. .
THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 April 1859
*: ~THCE'POLTCAL E~XAMI2'TER. If I might give a short hii t to an impartial writer it would beto iellbhim: his fate. flhe resolved to ven. . ture upon the dangerousprecipice of telling unbiassed truth Llet him proolaim war with mankisd--neither to give nor to take quarter. ,Ifhe tell :the crimes of ,.: re?t men they fidll.pon him with the iron hands of ....tl-law ;it'f lhe tell .then: obf viitnes, when they lhavd anm, taienmthe Lmob attacks him with slandem. .But if hle regard truth, lethim expect martyrdom on both sides, and then he may go on fearless; and this is the :course I take myself --L)e Fo.. Te.. c? .Ti rivilege of, tlie press. ? a it lis it? h.:W erein does it exist? How far does its liberty rnnge ? -And Where-are its limits ? :It ist as that of an hireling advocate, paid to tell, si?ppress, gloss over, dr. conceal the. truth, or so manufacture falsehood that in the very boldness of assertion or :subtlety of argument that dressed-up falsehood shall vear the semblance of t...
STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 April 1859
STOCK AND STATION CIROULAR. .. GARAND. AND BINHA? ; report that the demand for good store cattle has far exceeded, the supply, ucnd' the principal buyers are from the outlayingdistricts to stock new runs. .he accounts from the Southern Districts are not very sood-the market for store eattle beinr quite full and sales very difficult to effect. Our owe sales comprise 1500 mixed at 45s taken from:the station; 1000 ditto 45s.; and 500 bullocks at 60s. Terms, one third cash, one-third 6 months,. and one-third 9 months bills. For really well-bred drafts a little higher price could be obtained. SSToRE SnEP.--'lhere are some goe' by.er inj.town, but the supply is.limited. We quitted a choice lot of wethers at 12s.; usual terms. There are several lots of old ewes on hand, but these are unsaleable everin'at 8s. FAT STmcx.-The market continues withoutimprove. ment, and the'loss to the seller must be great t:at present there seems no chance of alteration. . ,Yoot.-The principal lots for sale ar...
NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 April 1859
.,NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. D~Nt DoNoVii.-Your letter to Darby Doolittle ia on avoidably. postponed till our next. TO CORRESPONDEN1B. SAll comminications Intended for insortion muot hboanthenti eoctedhyr the oamou and oddreoo of the writer--not aeerooaarily' for pohlleatieh, o ut no a goarannic1 ord faith neous We cannot undortake to return rejcted communicatloes SATJID4 A1UL9 18D9;.
OVERLAND MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 April 1859
OVERLAND MAIL. - Do~x MAIL.U? MAIL, bopts.Arrl ?? iv IOSTTOWNS. - Dopts. Arrive pm : OsP,, ow.,ToWN. m 40 Daily (Su.oxcop.) I Dally (1t.-excep) . 0 :9.4i -- : Da(ly. ( l.exc.p.) Dail H~. xcp. 3 . O W'~~oLoo~oubro. asm .o am 20 8 Dally. .. j Dally. : 7, 30 Wu DA.rTO. NonDailyp.:· - I Daily. 7.3 DAT- DApTOt. . R OR pm 1200 Dal~y'. -" I Dailyo'?. 7..?' 0 m 3200 T . hnd Sat.I Tu. Th. and Sun 00 6" (RANCes MAIL.) iaves Dapto Lc avco S. Harbor and Th.'2 pim. II.and'Th'l10 a.m JAOnnioo. pm TnTam S u. Th andO Sat. ITu; nTha;nmd Snn; 5,m 10O. Y.Frl and BSun. Mon W. and Sat, pm !:-·m r r : -A" ZRNON.?7 -. u I. .Frli. and.Sun, M on. W. and at OIIOALHAYZN anoolipavn, 10 0 w. Fri. and Sun. HIonl. V andi Sat oon a m o 0. Wed., and Sun. Wed. and Sun.' 11. 0 ULLADOLLA. Boobnu ". pm Ito and N pm 2 onurday, i. I Tuesday. ' ,: .0 m Ouesday. . Monday. oon m pm Wedo~eoday. atuday.t? aoom a m !ueuday. Hrondap onl YDI.h pm 11.2 IWednuoday. I Saturday. No
PER FAVOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 April 1859
DARY DooITTLE TO DAN D`ONOVPaN :ON THE .~ fSRITHIN IN.: PARLIAJIN.T-THE i BREEZ,^AT;fiE POINT -HO TY.O GE A.T .IT.--2~W PE . H 1W.BTNS CONSrARNIN' THE WAR. * 7, esa CIVeS> orF 0 SIAbiAd EXAMINER. ?Woll, ~ild cook' t-ihe ivAik, what'a yure opinion ao~0df' our grate parlimint men, the Prime'. Minis tlier on his thrial, an a judge afore his own jury, all bekase he kep an affer.ov only a thousan' a year in his pocket, ontil Iit was convanient to. akcept it, that in the mane time he mite 'help the lame dog over the stile,' by given the poor honted cratlihira shuv up in therito way. O, then, Dan, its a wairy coithrairy,3vorld whin dacnt honest men cant help won another widout haven there little saft whispers dnd'sly doins behline the govermintcurten tould: out, afore the hole world, just like a.pak ov honns giventung whin the laden dog spakes up an tells 'em the fox is unkoyvored, away they go, helther skelther, to wurry him to peeces, and run him aff. his bate just hs if the varmint h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 April 1859
. . ' . . Impounding. ' dm IMPOUNDED in the Public Pound, Kiama, on the 2nd of April, 1859, from Mr.- Morrisoh's paddock, one SpanglerBULL, about twenty months old. Novisible brand.' Damages and driving-?s. 4d. ,of not released, to be sold on Monday morn ing, thb 2nd day. of May nefixt;'i. . W. A. HINES, S ' ' : Poundkeeper. AT THE :; S"KIAMA X 'EXAMINER "PRESS." ' I NVOICES, Bill 'Heads, Circulars, Pass Books, Receipt SBooks;: Cheque Books,: Tickets, Commercial Cards, Visiting Cards; ancd Cards of Admission, PC sters,aand Sills, PaIrphlets, Abstractsi aid Forms of every kind, printed in the biesst style, oni tl] shortest inotice, and fowarded according 'to instructions, with the utmost despatch, to any part of Illawarrai or elsewhere. Auctioneers arid otliers, requiring special accommoda tion, may rely on the proprietor's affording every possible . oility to accomplish their wishes. "Kiama Examiner" Agencies. riHE Gentlemen, our Agents, as announced below, are 1 prepared to. receiv...
AMERICA AND ITS PEOPLE. LECTURE BY MADAME LOLA MONTEZ. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 April 1859
AMERICA AND ITS PEOPLE. LECTURE BY MADAME LOLA.MONTEZ. : (From the Dublin Advocate.) The subject of the address was " America and its'people," and the lecturer commiehced as fol lows :--Whilst America is busying herself with little "isms," which prevail on the platforms of scheming politicians, the question of emigration and its consequences is rolling down .upon her with tremendous velocity, and will call for -a calmerand wiser policy than is usualin American statesmanship. The time is past whenAmerica can stop emigration, and the time has passed away for limiting the powers of foreigners in the United States; they are there a .balance' 'of power whenever any question arises in which their interference may be called for. The Know-nothing party was worse than useless for the purposes which it proposed to serve; already the foreign element is too strong for that " Know nothingism," and water does not more surely run down a hill than emigration pours into the broad and cultivated acre...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 April 1859
DIARY. E N s ET OOO7'sI DORIINGo MONTIIAt WEEK, MIEID I RISE., AGE. TIDB. I": I.H M. S. H, Mg. h. M.. D, . Aprtil 9 9 337 0 17 5 30 2S 7O ,, Ls I..... 3 II| 6 18 5 48 N. 7 523 1,I....I3 1 1 II D 411l 8 83 ,, Ily Y........ 6 6 0 i 41 3 10 4 ,,-|...... 21 * 5 43" 4 1 11 .,IOU..... 102I 0 i 1 3 4.2 5 1 11" THE KIAMA. EXA3ILNER. 'PUBrISHND WEEKLY.