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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 April 1859
SHlIPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. *ARRIVALS. • .?.:?? . nnrvat ... -Z· `i =April 7.-- Waterloo, ship, 860 tons, Captain Yong; from London, December II. April 7.--Jaeoba Heleia, Dutch ship, 733 tons, Cap .taili Swart, from Rotterdam, 4th December.. " - April 7.-N-imrod, ship, 912 tons, Captain Tillman, from Plymouth, 27th December. SApril 7.-Meteor, barque, 427 tons, Captain Luly, from the Downs, 27th December. April 7.--Golden Spring, 189 tons, Captain Rozen, from Melbourne, 1st instant. April 7.-Fort.une, brig, 160 tons, CaiPtain Walsh, from Melbourne, 2nd instant. April 7.- WVaratah, (s.), 560 tons, Captain Knight, from Wide Bay, 5th instant.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 April 1859
Newspaper Establishment AND MACHINE GENERAL PRINTING:. OFFICE, SfiOALHAVEN STREET, KIAMIA. . T HE 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 notice. Having at considerable expense imported some of the most beautifil machinery ever introduced into the print ing business in New South VWales, which for speed and execution of work, stands unrisatled, hIe would confideitly expect from 4he district a fair share of patronage and support. "., koo ork or Cards of Address :' Circulars, in scUit type Receipt Books Circulars, ini~ mcdo. Order Books Posters . ! - '' PromisoryNotes Hand Bills : .. Bill Headings, &c., 1 Executed on the shortest'notice. . . The following.Forms may be obtainied at this office: Lease Forms Bank Books Apprentice's Indentures MIoney Order Books ' FLorms of Agreeient " :&c., ....
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 April 1859
G-" COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCET: -- SYDNEY MARKETh PRICES. S ), ' . S. 8. 3j. Wheat, perLbishel '.., .J;' 0.'6: . 9' o'0:;. Maize, ditto , ....,.... ... 4'6 0, 9 Potatoes, per owt. . .. 3 0 0 ;3 3 Onionis, ditto . . 4; 0 0 ;6 0 Flour, ditto... 0;.'- .. : :. ' 0 19 .0. .; 0 .O 0 Butter, per lb. ...... . ;0-13 t 6 Bacon, ditto'-i . . 0 0 0 010 Eggs, per doz .. ... . 0 1 10ý'' 0-2 0 Pigs, each ... ...* . 0.. 16:0 0 ~30.0' Calves, ditto ... 0... 1. ...Q:V,0 20 0O Bark, per ton ... .. not saleable. W, HAZLET, Commission Agent, Sussex-street. Sydney, .pril 7, 1859.i:'
PORT OF KIAMA. EXPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 April 1859
PORT OF KIAMA. EXPO'RTS Per Ilnwarra Steam Navigation Company's steamers for the week ending 2nd April :--324 kegs butter, 2 cases cheese, 5 coops poultry, 7 case eggs, 3 pis, S calves, 6 packages bacon, 112 bags wheat, 12 bnags maize, 35 bags onions, 40 hides, 2 bundles (each) sheep and calf skinls, 2 hIoghend tallow, and sundries.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 April 1859
Important Notice. T is particularly requested that persons having left any watches, clocks, jewellery, &c., with tihe undersigned, to be repaired, &c., will call or send for the same; If not called for within one month from this date, thley will be sold to defray expenses, . stApi, 1859. T. E. RUDD, 1st Apr·il, 1850........ W ANTED to place a young Child to Nurse (in Kiama) 'where every care and.kindness can be ensured;. Address; C. M., .CntralStore., To be Let as a Clearing Lease. A FORY-ACRED FARM, situate in . Jamberoo. o The land is a rich brush, well watered, a good house on it, and about fourteen acres has been under crop.. Apply to William Waugh, Elliemounit, Jamberoo. , To my Friends and Patrons in Kiama and the Ssurrounding District. FINAL NOTICE. IN answer to numerous enquiries I beg to inform my friends and patrons in Kiama and the sur- rounding districts, that I have taken my passage per steamship *' Oneida," to sail next month for England, until which da...
POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 7TH APRIL. CHISHOLM V. CRAWFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 April 1859
POLICE COURT.. S . THURSDAY, *7TH APRIL. (Before D. L. Waugh and J: Rldbb, Escqrs.) CHISHOLM V. CRAWFORD. &nbsp; John Crawford, of the Kiama Hotel, appeared to answer a summons served upon him by Constable Chisholm for allowing music to be played in his licensed house. Mr. Crawford pleaded guilty, but 'at the same time stated to the bench, that the per- &nbsp; son 'who' was playing was a lodger, 'and played merely for his own amusement-that he stopped immediately when told to do so. Fined 5s. and 2s. 6d.'.costs. FLIENER V. TAYLOR. A young man the name of Taylor appeared to answer a charge preferred against him by one Fliener, a German. Margaret Charlotte Fliener sworn, said :-On a Sunday morning, two or three Sundays ago, my my father had two tubs taken away from tile front dooir; that'thero were two pairs of men's trousers, a little piece of calico, and a pocket in the large tub: did not see anyone takle the tubs; was inside the house about two or three days after t...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 April 1859
' TO TiE EDITOR OF TUE KIAMA EXAMINER. : SS'm,-TIn .your issue of the 2(ith'of Marht lhst there appeared a letter signed "',James Aldcorn," referring to my statement inl yours of 1thl instant, abOit hoiw the Kiama nand Shonlhaven. magistrates decided my case as already statedin lour pap'er, leaving to the public to say whether I got justice or not. Now this James Aldcorn seems to take the cap and place it on the Shoalhaven magistrates; let it be a good fit or not, and also advocates their cause. Now, in the arguments which Mr. Aldcorn has brboighlt forward to justify hinisolf an'd his bro tlher magistrates-sonieo of it is not correct---and other parts of it is based upon inconisistenicy; no'w, with re~gard to me volunteering as a des$rptiobi of tlhe cow--that she had a broken honip, Icutterly deny it, but being aslked several questions by Mr. M?'K~y, in reply to onie o.f thdm' I'aid 'thal there miightbe a s eiatch or a:piece rtiffled off the top of one of. the lihrs', but would give...
DAPTO AND BERRIMA ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 April 1859
DAPTO AND BERRI MA ROAD.—We perceive, by a short notice in the Illawarra Mercury, that steps are about be taken, at long last, to render the above road really and profitably available !!! Wonder- &nbsp; &nbsp; full! most wonderful ! it is now sixteen years since that road was discoverd, and opened, and only a little left to be done, at the cost of about £1,000 to remove all the difficulties, shorten the distance by five miles, and make the whole line easily availaole for any and all vehicles; and yet it is only now the district—if it really be true-is about to wake up from sound long sleep of lethargyl!!! Wonderful! &nbsp; most miraculously wonderful! this sad, doting sleep has cost to Wollongong the whole traffic and pas- senger trade of Berrima and Goulburn, involving the loss of an expenditure in the town and district of not less than £10,000 a-year. Calculate this, ye high-spirited savans of Wollongong and Dapto and steamer proprietors. We would recommend...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 April 1859
BIRTH. &nbsp; On Friday April 1st at Spring Hill School, Mrs. &nbsp; Fisher of a daughter. &nbsp; DEATH. On the 26th ultimo, Henry Osborne, aged 56, late of Marshalmount, Dapto. Leaving a widow and numerous family amply provided for. Energy and perseverance indomitable, in the pursuit of wealth, he boldy trod the wild field of enterprise and speculation, where others feared to enter; and amassed enormous wealth. May its inheritors spend it wisely. In all the moral and social relations of life, husband, father, friend, neighbor, and landlord, few equalled, none excelled him.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 April 1859
A Rare Chance. TTen Years Lease; ABIALBON PARK, Ulladulla, betweei Messrs. Kendall and"Ewens1 landI,2 560 acres, in farm of various sizes . Jerra vtngla station, 850acires, for Jeose or sale. Also Miounjoy??c and Aclisas Springs? Farm's neiarly 100 acr es each, tindor grass. ! . M A' KS. :!,AAK [?W- ALKER & SONS, Caenersoiners, . Cabinet-makers, Uphliolsterers, Papernhangers, andlUndertakers, Slhoalhavei-streetSouth ,i 4000 feet of Cedar, lin differenti thicknesses for sale in any quantities. hil i ,Impounding:"' IMPOUNDED ii'tl the Pblic Pound Kiama;, on ; the' 2nid of April, '1859fromni'Mr., Morrison's paddock; oe Spaihgl6' BULL, aboit twýinty m?iofiths oild. lNo visible;braud. 'Da?iiges anhd driving Is. 4d:. ef?ndot released; to be 'oild' on'?Moilday' morn iig, the 2nd 'day'of May next-': " . A. HINES, " Poundkeeper. , , ?:.;.. The-'.gtable,Miraole I.,,;;,':i:: rJpHE"WONDERFUIi CURES' efleoted by I' "OW'S I . .EMBROC .TION;. or, ilFARilEP,'S-FRIEND,'iihave induced persons...
A DISCOURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 April 1859
BY JOHN DU1NMOBE LiANGd BB.D: "r" } The following Discourse was-delivered in the Scots' Church, Sydney, i the evening of Sahbath', he 3rd of April, on the occasion of :Ithe death! of !the .Hon. ROBERT COMPBELL? Esq., Coloiial Treastirer of -New South -Wales: Amos iii 6. Shall a trumpet be blown in the eity and the people not be afraid ?,..Shall there be evil ina: city and the Lord haitli not;done it' i. - TInithe earlier.days of;the Presbyterian Church' "-of--the-Scottish:Reformation, when that Clhurchi was in all the vigiur and. the -energy of youth,' it was the.praetice;?all over Scotland, to; hold" wh t'i~ ere called. Presblyterial visitations'; in ithe course of which, and ..in':the absence of the particular' minister whose. Church and parish: weie' under- examinatioin a ssearching enquiry was made into the life and. doctrinie'of the min ister, to ascertain whether he was 'discharging his dutjr to his Church and the people. One of. the questions that .were usually put on such oc...
OVERLAND MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 April 1859
OVERLAND 'MAIL. Depts. Arrive - 1'ST -TOWNS. - Dept. Arriv O: cAMPDiOLLTow p.4m Daly (Su.xcep Dally (. . ., 9.40 Daily (Su.exeep.) , Dally (i. excep.) 10., . 0 .+,?l0. ,[ .i.^ : Dally.;.;- , ,.n ......; lDai ly.r -+ 1 : :;,+ . ·:.w ] ;0..o 0 40 ex Noon Dainly .:', ") ' ' ail?11 ' + "' .. a.m m -a·p~m' 1SO a0Dailyi ;ap;)'.|;Daily. (i.*'ee!e.p 107.-0 a'm' S12.390 , ,.. .Tu:Th. and Sat. Tu.o T. and Sun. .0. i. O , D'ar ati S?mn.oAnAi.) . iand an ';' * *(naeeSolemaie..) ' Leaves Dapto.;| Le?ves . SHrbor m- ,, W, r. and Th. 2p;s:.| II. andTh lOa.m m Pp TumTh o dSat.'l TU.Th.BdSun " n' i 0 ? [ *:' T a w; M-.andSan. IMo.ToW.'aud'Sat, 4 'j., I 0. TW i .and Sat To.. . and.Se. a 01 S1 Mo * . no rA*nt EM. . * F . rl. and Sun on. We . W d aSat oon * am psm p m ." '*?','- -" . .,:, *, • "+,,, p m , 0,. Fonri andTh. lTues. and Sat' am: |s·o Mondy oon m pmn .oda. liean Tu. J. ToesandSat 0, , 9.0 : pm 2 Tiomday.''; '* * j Tuoyead . .* 0 * "l" 1- Tuesday,: :^ ^irond'.- .... ?o - p r " .. . ' " .' '*...
TELEGRAPHIC COMMUNICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 April 1859
TELEGRAPHIC COMMUNICOATION-The eledcric telegraph' has in this colony.become one of the appliances of every day life, and of course is of so much utility as to render it an absolute necessity. Although in point of interest it has not yet shared the.fate of common things, public concern is rather * directed to the construction of new lines than to .-.those already in operation. Telegraphic commluni cation is now spoken of not only as a possible but 'also as a probable thing. Many colonists look with -.'the hope to connection of India with Great Britai'n and'the further extension of the line to Signapore. It would then remain for the Dutch Government to carry the wires over their rich eastern islands, and probably to the North Australian coast, to which our line might be extended without much difficulty. The estimated cost of a line to Moreton Bay would not greatly exceed the expense of the erection of. the present telegraph to the river Murray (£38,000), where it is connected with th...
SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 April 1859
.usaiC.'ron-a court and a camp and a lady's bower,- , rt r>, ~:: "'Three pil grims took their way ; '?I) *f-t. And each in his capwore a faded flower, ":" ;'n-;: '.'And each I heard him say, ., . . "': 'iWhere art thou,. Trth, immortal Trutht.... We have sought thee far in vain, .' / . ' Inthe brain of age, in the breast of youth,.. , --. 1i; "J 'In city, and tent, and plain. - . ,One had sought Truth in a gallant Knight . ** *:i', '. Gallant and good and gay, : . ... S Bihe trusted that Knight with his lady bright And the Knight had etol'n her away. -* ".rom courtiers and kings and miniister's wise . .;,i. . i-; The other returns forlorn, He has asked for Truth-they gave him lies, '. A. '--. nd hark how they laugh for scorn! . " Theother sought Truth in a lady's heart, . . . ,,.i; ,A lady sweet and fair, .. . He found vanity, passion, caprice, and art, - .i' , I"' ] ]But Truth,; no Truth was there."
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 April 1859
DIARY. DAYS. SUN ON SUN SUN MOON 's MOSN.I MONZTU. J WESz. SSERIDN. RISS. AGE. TIDE. 5i. M. S. II. AI. IS. M. D. S. I April 16S....... 11 59 46 0 27 5 32 13 6i 4II ." 1; S......... I50 31 6 28 5 30 F. 7 2N -~-,18?t...... 9017 029 5 l9 15 8 27 S 19 T........ 59 3 6 30 5 28 16 9 0g S201 ........ 58 511 6 31 5 27 t7 9 3 21 T........ 58 8 6 31 1 5 18 1o 10 : 2 EF........ 58 06 6 32 5 24 19 11 40 TllE .KIAM\A EXAMINER. " : .PUBLISHED .WEEKLY. . .-' TO CORRESPONDENTS. "All communlcations Intonded for insertion must bo authenti. :-cated by tho'namo. and address of Ehb eiritr-not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. 1Wo calnot undertake to erturin rqJicted communications.. SA TUJ2DA ,APML 113, 18591.
BREACH OF LICENSING ACT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 April 1859
1BRaEACH OF LICENSING AOT-17 VIOTORIA, No. 13. SEC .:91 ? Very important case:was tried lately, before Captain M'Leani and the.H-on. George Hill, J.P.'s, tot wit, Inspector Siiigleton v. Riiplhael :olano,Mr.-: Milford; barrister,' defended' the 'pub :lican.' The charge was having an internal commu nication leadingifrom his own licensed house to the Prince of Wales the'itre. The ease was very a'.ly argued ; but Mr. Singleton stated that he brought the matter before the Court merely in accordance ivith police duty, and pointed out that, such interial communication was entirely inconsistent with the .section of the Act under which he'bad laid the in formation.: The Bench dismissed the case.--Herald. i?THE. MURDER/T WAVERLEY.-The iniquest on view of.the body of Anne Glen, who was murdered by her liusbaid ,on .Satuiday. night, :was held on .Mot?oaiiir, at'the Waverly Tea Gardens. Hotel, and resulted' in a 'verdict of wilful" murder.' The, City Coroner having been apprised of the caise bn...
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 April 1859
is earnestly! rquested, a ose of ;tour, Subscribers; !ivo may ibidebted (otius' ill call at t.this Of? ? ?eorforw;' ard -the'amout of' .heir accounts too.us,or, our,.Agents, with as :littleddelay as possible as we :pressi iab?ssito meet in the forthcoming week winch cannotbe delayed any loi·ge:. _- ,_ ._ _ _. a .. ... _
DISSOLUTION OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 April 1859
DISSOLUTION~ OF, THE LEGISLATIVE ,4 ASSEMBLY. PROOLAMATION. . By Ihis Excellency Siri William Thomas Denison' SKnight, Ciimmander of the Most Honorable Order of the' Bath; Governo'r-General in anid 'oer all :ier:Majesty's' 'Colonies "of Neiv South 'Wailes, • Tasmania, Victoria, South Ahistralia 'ind Western ,. Australia, and Captain-General and 'Governor-in Chief of,:the o'erritory of. Now South :Wales and its dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of.thb same, Whereas liy ?lioo bill 'passed by the Governor and 'Legislatie"Coalncil of New South Wales, ihn the seventeenith year bf'the' reigi''of'her Maijest? the' Queen; intituled', ' An Act to confer a Constitution .: on Noew?South "Wales, ' and ;to grant at Civil iList to her Majesty,", and assented to:hy her 'Majesty under the authority.of, the, Act of .the Imperial: Parlia-. .:met, passed in.theo session of, the,eighteenth and' niiieteenth years of the said reign, intituled. ".An, A?t to enable her Miijesty ito assbnt to a bill as amended...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 April 1859
- COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE;- -' SYDNEY MARKET PRICESw. ? , heat, per bushel .. 0 . 6 9.to 0 7 Maize, ditto . .. .0 So3: 07 '3-- 16 Potatoes, per cwt....... 3 0 0 OnionB, ditto ... .. 4 0 0. 6 0 Flour, ditto... . ,,0: .,0 -19 0 0 0 0 Butter. per. lb. . .-.. -0 1 3 .0 -1 6 ~~lBacon, ditto, r.. q.r.i0 00 73 0 0 10 E gs, per doz.i... .V 0 .1 - 6 O 1 9 -Pigse; eak0 =. .... . . O16 0 0 80 03 Calves, ditto 0.1. : O 0'` 0 20J 0 Bark, per ton ... .. ot saleable.. '. W"HAZLET, Commission A t S stret. -Sydney, April 13, 1859.