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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 April 1859

N" . ewspaper Establishment AND : MACJINE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, SHOALHAVEN STREET, KIAMA. :: ' HE Proprietor takes this opportunity of informi;' "' the inhabitants of Kiama and the surrounding dis ts rict, that he continues to execute Printing of every kind "'fnd deicription at the lowest possible prices, and on the -:shortest notice. .* Having at considerable expense imported some of the ,.:'ndost beautiful machinery ever introduced into theiprint-:.; -;ing ibusiness in Now South Wales, which for speed aid.I executiomof work, stands unri\alled, he would confidenitly expect .fromn the district a fair share of patronage and. snpport. Book Work 1 Cards of Address Circulars, in script type Receipt Books Circulars, in ronde do. Order Books Posters . Promisory Notes .-eH d BilI . ill. Hea~dinys, &o., S .The follo iwn~d Forms many be obtaineid at tlhisoffice': ,::'Lease'Forms . : BanI k Books' Apprentice's Indentures -Money-Ord'er Books .:ForniFs of,Agreoment, . ,I' &C....

Publication Title: Kiama Examiner
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STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 April 1859

-STOCK.AND STATION CIRCULAR. SGARLAND ANDN BINOIAM repprt that the demand this ..week has .been in. excess of the supply. We have sold three drafts of cattle, two in the New England District at 45s., mixed lots, ages 2 to 6 years, terms as usual, and the same description of cattle, delivered on ;the ?iiurray, .it 77s. Gd , half cash, half 6 months, bill en dorsed. There have been several buyers in the market from the Fitz Roy Districts, enquiring for really good cattle fit to breed from, and are ofernmg high prices; but no cattle of that discription in the market: indeed there are very few parties wishing to sell store stock on - ' any terms. STERE SnHEEP.-The market is quite bare. For a Sflook of ewes of all ages, none broken mouthed; lls. was offered and refused. FAT STocK.-There is no selling fat stock, except at a fearfull loss, and from every direction we hear of drafts still coming in. flood fat sheep and cattle have been. sold at prices that are almost incredibly low. .: WooL...

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WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 April 1859

WHOLESALE PRICES' oURRENT.r`% 7 wriotiMA lo etsid. £it 2dalze do 3o, 0 o 0 . Butter prlb . .·! .. 0 11 0 0 Cheesedo o0 6 ,ay 0 0'r s ?'V *B aion 'por lb " ` , , ,.:' : S O ' O0 0 8 0 : 0 .0 0 Ilddeseach.. ... . .. ... .. 8r 9 0 r.Egos per dozen p . . " 4 0 6 19 ^i3 Poa toea per awt::.: ; - , ·J. :: 1'".' 0-'216 iU0[3( Pigs...'..' ? O Calves .. . . . =. ? . " . O .6 'dittom ' 8SOLO MN HYA MMarket Wharf, Sydney, April 13,.1859.

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DARBY DOOLITTLE'S REFLEKSHUNS ON THE DEATH OV THE PARLIMINT—AN A WORD OR TOO ON THE WOOLONGONG CORPORASHUN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 April 1859

DAR/Y DO0L1TT7' L'S REIPLKSlHUNS O ON ,I;'l.HE. D:EA.TI.O?V THE PARAI.ilNTN-" AN ,A )WORD OR TOO.;ON THE% WOOLONG.ONG CORPORARASIIU. PER FAVOR OF/riBE KIAMA EXAMINER. Ochone, Dnnan so'.the _Parlimist of Austhrialia is dead at last, 'ahn Odi vit sthrutisgled an moaned. an -fiotleil; out v' its :iisny 7mouths'tip to the very last minit ov its existence, as av it vwar loath to die; it never saisied tritae?r, tituken;t ukelii,; ontil'Dirby an' ,ll otheir siisibld ixh ecum 'farely worout wid th' li- bothersi ni? chlish ?acliuiiver etarn;ully igoen on ni.lit afther night, abusen vwon :iiiolier.like fish fags, an laven the poor iisiguverned ,kiiiith;ry to talk. care ov itself, dn indiviidual mimbirs just. doen niitlinon at all, at all, only luken on; waiten to blow the coal an makzi 'bid.. wose, an all the time not caren a hare about theintherests:of their disthricts, an them very self-same gintlemen call thimselves repris~ntatives, its myself dti like'' .no. or.what, an it sthrikes me ver...

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SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, 5TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 April 1859

bL. 1 Si . i, 8 1HOl nAVEN.: )r1,j ,.i0PROu .OUR CURRESPONDENT.1 r.ifW , "*ly COURT0''F PETTY SESSIONS., "'''' ',,. "" TUESDAY, 5 APArL.: ' (Before James :iThIomson,i J.' LBiddulph iP. "o "Mestre, aiAlfredii 'Elyard,' and ' James ,'iAldcorn, SlawrV Nv SrMPsoN. This was a case'.of disputed property. 'iA'lmaterial \wVitne8ssf~iS 'a ,absent', not having beenls ubpabiiod;:in 'consel'eie of^wh'icbh the 'case was postponed till the f9th 'idiani rThis was the only case bon the liist:''1"' '""'" " '''':)">: ' ..,:,? <?, ,,? .:{?i .!4 " :' Y 'I: () ' - " " '

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SHELL HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 April 1859

SHELL IIARPOIR. CFROM OUR CORRiSPONDENT.] Our jetty is finished in a very creditable manner; sufficiently strong moorings are only wanting to enable the steamer to call regularly, a circumstance aeiintly wished for and much required. A marked improvement, in a business way, is distinctly per ceptible in this interesting locality, despite its many drawbacks, and doubtless Shell Harbor will advance, more partidularly when it shall have as sumed. its own. municipal functions. I say " its own," because.much amusement has been caused by the Kiinma people including us holus bolus in their recently applied for corporation. The people hereabouts aire in no. way alarmed at the cool; man iedr'in which the Kiamians have deftly made a ward of us--niolensavolens : but we can " bide our time." Speaking municipally; our interests areinotqin com mon w"ith 'thse of Kiama aind vd' willhave noth'iig to id 'withthemi. We have the ,assuranee tbo'iiinagiei ' thetl 'wedro' qite? a ciiptabl':;of ;idian.ag ...

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COURT OF REQUESTS—NOWRA. WEDNESDAY, 6TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 April 1859

COURt0 OF' RlEQUNESTS -iaNOWBRAl "-'' 'i . W.. DES... W s AY, s TH APit-ii .-'. . MOFFIT v MIDDLETON -Plaintiff sought 'to 're cover the sum of £l is. 3d. damages sustsined by the trespass of defendant's fowls on grass seed; The caso,appearingto th? Bench a frivo'ous, andr vexa tibus one arising o'tof' ia fdormer action, dismnissed ;. STAPLFTONV, V KEMP.-Claim for £2,;foribreakii n liniia lorsQ) lhichiwas alleged!tb .be i?perfectlyjiquieei . on beingS taken'back to :the defondant' withl?raicani tion,'tlat thoe animal ..was, to! havoei constant i~vrk, ,whichi caused,; suspicion:+::;Being .puti into'tother isahds. to: see if itiwas.quiet,tii:iturned' out,''by evi denco, on .theo,-pirt Iof,, defendin t,ito) be:' a'jhigh 'piritedihori'e, andn:notihalf.;.brokon !in'.i The facts having beou cleaily proved to the satisfaction ?of tho Bench, tli case was.dismissed.;'iplaiitiffto pay costeS -, .'. L L ' .. t: : :\' : SIMPsON v JONES.-This .wasaiipbstponeol-cale : firom last Court, -forthe -r...

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OUR HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 April 1859

OITUR.HARBOR. :,2 . -" We were informed some months ago that part of the basin was to .be dammed,. and the.hill_ blasted, in-orlderto test the- quiility of the rock for hlialing water, and after waiting some time for the reports we were :told.there.,was no_:blasting.powder-to be had, and still:we ,are kept in.,suspense, perhaps from-'the same ' ieficiey, r lly th;is is too ban, money and ;nmaterialshthe. powderi ands shbt'of. all public,&works canhbe found "for railroads,, bridges,. .arid,: sundryýoth'er iiiprovoments to :enhanice: the valtie of ithoe prinely doimalins of lordly, 'sqiiatters" 'inthe fFirinter'ior 'ipirroaching their households;:. but'thlmniore hliui'ble--liit less less industrious nor, lessl deservindi faiiers of Kiiima miiist iwait the con?isinince ot some 'official vho inmay have, other fish., to:f;y, to,.l eithe more dlainty.j.palates of. mon vhi? uii like the quiiiet,plodding, ,unassuming' 'aricultri st, willanot siliit tohi e trifled with.i Wde ,we.?eto...

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THE REV. MR. CUTHBERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 April 1859

. nii REV: MiR. OTHBlRSON. VWe"unclersthand thait this reverenid "gcOtlimaii; h hliii.arriiived from Sydnefiy; ill preach iii the mornin"i nild eveniing of Sulnday ne'r t, in the Wesleyiiia Chapel; -.':' Ani'vi itsAayn o'iTHE OPEeiNG OF THE WEs LEYAN ORLAP iL.--On Siundliy,- the 10th instanit, two sermonsos were preached in theo, Vesleyan Chfipel,;'Kitm a, by the "Rev. Mr. Fawcett from Sylney. "'Aoollection wais niade after each service inlaid oftiiiolo psil f?d' OIn TIsed ty, thl 12th, a t'ieW imeeting wvais hldi inr coinnetion hwith the above'services, at wichithiere wire: present.nenarly three hliidriil perons.'' Thlbi otii? proceed ?of this anniversiiiay amountedto£3 leaving this:place of ,orsliip ?eefi ¢' fr6m'?illbt. ?[ i: "";': " -...'" Suvitmi COdiitr We copy the lifollowvin" fiom the 'Terii_ paperi ipubliEted :in'the S il .Hei'lidbf Mondiiy last:- Motioins '`tre'"to'i be'imade forioew tril'ihas niider'i Emiery v Sharpe Slijirp vEtmery, Darley v M'Mahii i'i Shairliei vulinie...

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POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 15TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 April 1859

; jPOLICE UCO UJT. * ;.-* i;. :i.. T URSDAY;' 15TH'i Aprir;!"! ' (Before M. Hiindmarsh, Es.i, cliirni'a;: M Gray, and J. Robb, Esqrs., J.P.'s) There:were tfur canss of drulnk?nness :-William Morpliet wvis fineld fi?e' sbilling's aidil"c~ts. Ezekiel. Wallace was fined 10s. and costs. Charles Row iand was ordlered2 tb? pay the ;sum,.of .£, with" ' additions," oi: foty-ei'ht hours.in iite " sh lbs"--' doferidant preferred the litter.i;; Mirgaret Goodhead, Lady of Diiiiel Gooilliead, alias Foothlead, alias -Icreules;, wasiitrnduced. by Constable Chisholim, a>nd:.chirged ,withlhaviing, by the aid of Adams' best bingo ".wlaked:the towlni from 'her 'proljriety," -by-giving tongue to thoughts both loud and- -loos ordered to paylOs:iand cost's,or iri'default, twenty four hours in the 'eells.ii L «.- h. 'i ;.o:1?'):l . '*,** Thomas Iultchins, charged wvith stealinig a bottle of branndy from the Fermlniagl IHotel, pleaded, n.ot ,guilty;'. A flagrant "fliaw" ' ihtli' indict?i'imnt' dil the d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 April 1859

Notice. " A LL parties indebted to the undersigned are re . ,quested. to settle their respective accounts-on or before the let May next; or in.default':they will be placed in the hands of aSolicitor. JOHN O'MEARA, Fcirmangh Hotel, Kiama ,   16th April, 1859. ,To Let. TW ANTED to LET' at.Brouhton Creek,in one , or two CleiiiingLbeaess, 66 Acres of Brush Landl,,well watered; ,terms `very:liberal. Apply tol THOMAS GAY, Cornamucla Farmn Brougltori Creek, oif tbMr. James Marbhall, Sad dleback Riingo. ' STRAYED, from the Fermanegh Hotel; on the morning of the 16th; instant, a' SUCKING PIG--nearly all white. Any person returning the same to JOHN O'MEARA, wyill be rewarded. .TUBLIN UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE at Eng . ' lish price. Subscription for one year- country, £1 16s., post paid. W. B. PIDDINGTON; Impirter, Sydniey; (Extracted fromr MZfark: Lane Express, .Aug. 9, 1858:): MESSRS. :GARLAND AND BINGIHAM, Sydney, re-' 11.1 spectfully inform the Agriculturists aiand Landed' Proprieto...

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DAN DONOVAN IN ANSWER TO HIS FRIEND DARBY DOOLITTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 April 1859

DAN DONO VAN IN ANSWIVEE TO HIS F:;i 'RIEND DARlBY 1 OOLITT'LE.' PEa FAVOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. D. in DX?Yir -I' ni "lad that weil discoveied aich other. in; these. furrin parts, an its the papers I blame for;it:. 'I can, plainly tell 3ou I had many ups an downs in life since I' saw you iin the ould counthry; an I wod have wrote to you afore now onlyfor an incriose in my family of too-one' iiore nmor anybody expected;. but Darby we: muiist take all things as they cum. Kate is 'well, an stirrin about now agin as fresh as a daysey, an the young ones is thrivin:fast; an:Biddy, I hope she is well, an the chihlher." I live- now, Darby, I must, tell you,'at Mount Perspectus; near Kiama:'I I"built a house difi:iiown (not ii slate one tho', for Icouiildn't rise' morgage ; I thried' all I cood ,to do so; bih Darby, avick, it was no go) of good "slabs :hii ivetherbooids; ai there we live as happy as.you. plnzb : the siteatioti is, pleasant, overlookin the hole toun--not a sowl moves but we ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 April 1859

TO TIE EDITOR OF TIK KIAMA EXAMINER. l; Sira,--W hen writing 'my reply'to'Mr.:'G·aii 'littdr' complaining of the decision of the Beucl here'in hliis- ciasi3-~ had riot the lea ist, 'expectation o f dis . 'abuiiing his mind of the 'mpritsion ithit- injustice had been done him; and I am therefore not "at?iill suPprised that lie should repqat; his. nisrepr3O-nta; tions obt'the ,ca's;e, anid atld to 'them, in .your.last issuii; blitus'Ido ihot sed that any good .will be :done by prolonging, ithe .controversy,' especiailly, as Mr. Gay scens to bo,.losing his temper, I shall con clude -it-on my part by merely repeating that-iso flaru s I can.extract ihis meaning,,' Mr.T Giity'ait state ment is a perversion of facts and a misreipresenti. tion of evidence. '; 'a'i, Siri ybur o6bedientsei vItn''.-"'p -'"JAS. ALDCORN. Soialh?aveni2tli April,1859 .i6i" - [.We consider;thatwe'' haveialreadydevobted too much space to the-above trivial subject:.': Ai ythifg fnrtlier in iconinection', ivith' itr w...

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COUNTY COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 April 1859

We perceive, by the .uual official: notice ini.;the Gazette, that the several places have been named in which the about Courts are to be held, and we cannot avoid remarkiiig that there is no :prepara tion whitever in Kiaia' for such lurpose,: aid the still moi e: etrordiiiary fact of Shoalhave:.?being omitted altegether. To vwhose neglect these two strange errors is to be attributed it may inbot now be necessary to conijecture.; the conseque'nt inconvenience sta'res'.us i'ithe face, and to remedy .both the :oiie and the othler:,iis lie bouiinden "duty of those 'iti each'd istrict wvlio have beeni placed in the social positioni whichl.iproperly, givestsome ,weight. totheir: voice and opitirion on matters ?f local :importance` aid if these ?ill, asiheretofore, neglect that duty; or sacrifice the publihc iterests by unseemly, diviion, it will then be for the people --it there be such in itstrue sense of munion is strength"-to-take up thie question and force upon the government a'proper...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 April 1859

DIED.. At Jamberoo, on the 11th April, Mr. Thomas Camp bell, aged 32 years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 23 April 1859

A LLparties indebted to the undersigned are re quested to settle their respective accounts on or beford the lst May next, or in default they will be placed in the hands of a Solicitor. JOHN O'MEARA, .Fei managh Hotel, Kiamit, 16th April, 1859. STo Let.i IATANTED to LET it Broughton Creek, in-one S:.Y :or'two Cleaniing Leases, 66 Acres of Brush Land, well iiwtered; terms very liberal.. Apply to THOMAS GAY,, Cornamucla Farm, Broughton Creek, or to Mr. James Marbhall, -.ad. dlebackI.Range.: hUBLIN UNIVERSITY: MAGAZINE at EPng ' ... lish price.,?' Subscriptioh. for one year-. country, £1 15s., post paid. W. R? PIDDINGTON, Importer, Sydney. TLLUSTRATED LONDONN NEWS January, 1 Ist part, three` large colored engravings, 5s.,i post paid 5s. 6d.; Subscriptioils for twelve months S-country, £ 7s.: postage paid. : , IW. R. PIDDINGTON, Irpoirter, Sydiney. ' LAcKWO(D'S .MAGAZINE at Englishi price.I Subsciiption: foi .tivelve months--country, £1 15s., post.paid. W R. PIDDINGTON, Impoiter, Sydney....

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 23 April 1859

lMISCELLANEOUS. Many of us are. led by. our vices, but. a great many more .of us follow them without leading at all. . A HUSBAND IN TROUBLE.-A spirited woman 'of our acquaintance caught her husband'the otier 'day in the act of breaking up her hoops. The exertion or something else, had a singular effect upon him. His hair came out at an astonishing rate. A MELANCHOLY FAcT.-A female correspondent of a St. Louis paper speaks of a sight she saw lately 'that made her smack her lips. It seems a pity that the ladies in that city have to smack their own lips. In this latitude the men are always ready to save them that trouble. AN UNFORTUNATE EDITOR.-A western editor; cdmplaining that he could not sleep, summed up the causes :-A wailing babe of sixteen months old -a dog howling under the window-a 'cat in the alley-a colored serenade at a shanty over, the way -a toothache-and a pig trying ,to get in at the back door. THE LAST Ouv.-Mrs. Partington walked into an office of a Judge of Probate, i...

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WHOLESALE PRICES' CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 23 April 1859

WHOLESALE PRICES' OURREN¶ : Wheat per bushel .. 0 to 0d, 7 0 Mltaizdeodo . S...0' .0;8 '0 Barley do do . 0* 1 0 .0 ". Butterperib _ °'z+...;;.. " 00.,0 00. 1 , Cheese dodo . -. o . 5?0" , Bacoh per lb .. 0 0S 8, 0, 0 a in'dIcho O d C1ls per ditto " fSOLOMON UIYAH, larlket WVharf Sydney rApril "0 1859.

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INDIA. DEFEAT AND FLIGHT OF TANTIA TOPEE. CENTRAL INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 23 April 1859

INDIA. DEFEAT AND FLIGHT OF TANTIA TOPEE., OENTRAL INDIA. The latest ..intelligence despatched by the last mail respecting the movements of the co lumns pursuing Tantia Topee, consisted in the telegraphic announcement that General Michel had again met that chief at Sindwah. The en gagement at Sindwah lasted for several hours, and terminated in the total defeat of the rebels, who were pursued in a southerly direction to the banks of the Jamnie river. General Michel started in pursuit, not to the southward, as might have been supposed necessary from the direction taken by the rebels in their flight., but to. the north-west by the road to Lullutpore, and passing rapidly through Multhone, reached Korai, a distance of 60 miles, on the 25th of October.. Here Tantia Topee was fairly caught. General Michel attacked him vigorously and cut his force literally is two, but instead of pursu ing the main body, which fled south towards Bagrode, he directed the efforts of his cavalry on the smaller...

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KIAMA LABOR OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 23 April 1859

KIAMA LABOR OFFICE. :-Farm laborers (in demand) - ?.. 0to t35 0 ;Female servants 16 0 20 n Userul lads ..', 0 '. 02 Married couples .; b`. U" Garden larborers .. -2 . O.N0: ', 40 Stoekmen :... ......;... ;... :.O o 40 0 Bulloelkdrlvers . . ,... 40 0 0o o Horse drivers 0... ..0 0 40 0 -Plonghmen . . . ....:30 0 35 0 A. SHEFFIELD, Liabor Agent, Ma'ning-street Kiamna.

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