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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 23 April 1859
Coue'r or PETTY SFiessio s.-Tle annual Liciis ing Meeting was hold on Tuesday, when nine pub- ' licans were duly licensed, namely, two: in.Shell Harbor, two in Jamberoo, four in Kiama, and one in Gerringong, the only change:, being that Mr. Barton resumes his -old stand, at'.the Fermanagh, and the much esteemed John O'Meara:returns to his old home-the hearth of: his chillliood-in Jamberoo, to thie more quiet anid more, useful oc cupation of dairy farming. 7.It'is but justice to him to record the ple silng' flact that he .played the stir ring part of mine host with great credit to) himself, and equal satisfaction to the many who patronised his house; and, by his uniform good conulnct, at. tention, politeness, and good.tempr, establishtdl a;i character for the hotel wihich, it is hoped,' his suc cessor will pres'rve. J. WooD WVILSHIRE, EsQ., J.P. i-The l llaiarr Mercury of Thursday~;announces then melancholy'. intelligence that a serious accident, by fidall from his horse, :has occurr...
THE LLAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
THE Las?ua.-The llama is the only animal associated with man, and undebased by the con tact. The llama will bear neither beating nor ill treatment. They go in troops, an Indian walking a long distance ahead as guide. If tired, they stop, and the Indian stops also. If the delay is great, the Indian becomes uneasy, and near sun set, after all sorts of precautions, resolves on sup plicating the beasts to resume their journey.:- He stands about fifty or sixty.paces off, in an attitude of humility, waves his hands coaxingly towards the llamas, looking at them with tenderness, an'd at the same time in the softest tone; and with_'a patience I neverfailed to admire, reiterates ic-ic-ic. If the llamas are disposed to continue their course, they follow the Indian in 'good order, at a regular' pace, and very fast, for their legs are extremely long; but when they are in ill-humor they do not even ttirn their heads towards the speaker, but re main motionless, huddled together, standing, or lying...
MORE GOVERNMENT ARRESTS IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
MORE GO VERNMEVNT ARRESTS IN IRELIAND. (FROM TilE TIMES, 13TH DECEMBER.) Considerable excitement was caused by the general report that a Rtiband Lodge lhad been captured in Belfast. The facts are as follows: At six o'clock a party of con tabulary, fully armed, surrounded a public-house in Cromac street, kept by a woman natied MI'Kee, and arrested some fifteen persons who were assenm bled, on the charge of being members of an il legal society. The prisoners were immediately marched to the police-office, where Mr. Tracey,. resident magistrate, and the inspector and sub inspector of constabulary were in attendance. The comnmittal.was made out, and the men were immediately marched off, under a strong escort, and lodged in the county of Antrim Gaol. The men who have been arrested are believed to be all Roman Catholics, and, of course, the report goes that they were members of a Riband Lodge. They are of the class of working men, and of ages ranging from mere lads to gray haired men. Thil...
THE BITER BIT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
THE BITER BIT. I was once travelling on the top of a coach, on my way to Castlebar, and I happened to have for lunch about three pounds of beautiful beef sandwiches in my pocket. I sat on the box-seat beside the coachman, and a broad, squab fellow, with awfully carnivorous teeth, sat behind me. As we went along, the villain spied the sandwiches projecting out of my pocket; for the paper in which I had put them burst, and he saw at a glance what a godsend he had. I was engaged in conversation with the coachman, of which fact the rascal took ad vantage, and, with great tact, seduced them out of the aforesaid pocket. That, however, was nothing; but, by the Lord Harry ! he ate the whole three pounds, which I did not think there was a living man could do except my self. The thing, in fact, was a triumph over me; but, at all events, I missed the sandwiches, and I could have borne that, too; but, on look ing back, upon my veracity I saw tile unsatiable cormorant licking the very paper that...
THE SOUL'S RELIGION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
s6 OUPLS RELIGION. ----+--- The turf shall be my fragrant shrine; -:MVtsfnple Lord !.that arch of thine ; : ; o :l nasers breath, the mountain airs; And silent thoughts my only prayers. My ehoir shall be the moonlight waves, When murmuring homeward to their caves, Or when thle 'stillness of tile sea, Even moire than music breathes to Thee. By day I'll seek some glade unknown, All light and silence like Thy throne, And te pale stars shall be at night The only eyes that watch my rite. Thy heaven on which 'tis bliss to look, .Shall be my pure and shining book, Where I shall read in words of flame .The glories of Thy wondrous name. 1'11 read Thy anger in the rack S:,That clouds awhile the d(lay beam's track, Thy mercy in the azure hue Of sunny brightness breaking through. There's nothing bright above, below, From flowers that bloom to stars that glow,. ., - But in its light my soul cansee Some beams of Thy divinity. The plants that gem the ocean caves, .. -r· he flowers bright blooming ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
LAUGHING GAS, CHYMICAL Experiments, and the most laughl ablo. and amusing experiments with the GALVANIC BATTERY, in a Course of Lectures, to be delivered by Mr. Jackson, from Sydney, at Mr. Crawford's Kiama Hotel, on Monday, the 2nd and Tuesday, the 3rd May. To commence at half-past seven o'clock. For particulars see handl-bills. Mr. JACKSON will Lecture at Thlomas' Hotel, Shoalhaven, on Friday and Saturday next. CAUTION W"HEREAS my Apprentice Edward Fadden has absconded, I hereby caution all parties from harbouring him. Any person found doing so after this notice will be prosecuted as the law directs. ANTHONY SHEFFIELD. Kiama April 29, 1859 Dairy Stock, &c. M ESSRS. IRVING & FOWLER will sell by Auction, at Mr. G. Ulrich's, Fountaindale, near Jamberoo, on next Wednesday, the 4th May, commencing at 1 o'clock, Mr. Ulriclh's unexpired lease, having better thain three years to run; the wholo of his dairy stock, consisting of Prime dairy cows . Springing heifers Dairy ute...
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
Wh8-taper busheel. ' :"..; -: 0 5' 0 'toO 1: 7 0, Maizei, ditto r . :!00-- 3 r'0 t:? O 3 :6 Potatoestper wst.9 .'0. 3 0 '0. 03 3 Onionqditto i.. ... ';. 40- 40 G 0 . Flour,'ditto:;... . 0..o: ;i:0 157T O ? "P 0 19 0 Butter, per lb. . -..x.. ..?- '-i ? O " 0 0 + Bacon, ditto; :.. .;;. .:. , 0 0 :. 0 ? 0 .10 Eggs,; :per do0: 0... ~ 9 r0?1: :i.0 :0'0 r :Pigs, each 0;1 0 .;.' ; 0 ,i;o +:0;3o0? 0 : :+"Calves1 ditto . . :. ;'.?? '; 25 i O5+0??: 0:60 -:O0. W. HAZLET, Corni9;nsijfgiiS~+ s st.ojt?. Sydney, pril 28, 85
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
• , - ; iobose '= Cl;'it?? ? -'~:.? -~:?,?. 1 '. ;4 .:' 5 toi?:? .:1 .: :~ l3 .O .o-ldo.?.;" ?t??j;:.8;;'.-':..':?O:.:n_ "?f?.0:.?~0, . ' Bao 'e .b : ",.it .;.. • ' -, ?: .2 0; """.' 1 1 :0?8; 0\ OI O 6 B-otte perilb ow.. 0 4@ 0-. ihesedo do:, 0:., 0e . 00 lBaconperibg: 0'i"~~~!:~i·.. J~.:o~sJo 0 8 0o HBldooeaeh: t . 0o8:0 'jO ggs pordoson·. ~ 0 1 0 0 10· ·. SPotantoesperowt 0, '2 0i 1:.i;!;JO· 109 : soLOMrON HYAiS, Market Wharef, Sydnr~,eyE, April 08,18 .
TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
TO TIE EDITOR OPF, THiE SYDNEY- MORNIN( IIERALD. Smn,-Will you allow me the fivor to insert in your journal the following correspondence that has passed between Mr. Robert Owen and myself, toge thor with a few words of necessary comment. The matter out of which it grew is sufficiently before the public to need no further introduction. So long as any action was pencding before Parliament, I remained silent, althoughl smarting under the un founded charge made against me by MIr. Owen. But the very next morning after Mr. Owen's case had been finally disposed of, I adldressed to him the following note, which I think it will be admitted on all hands was, under thile circumstances, a tem perate one : " Sydney, 6th April. "Dear Sir, -The time has arrived when I can, without impropriety, address you with reference to the matter in which my name has, in a certain par ticular, been associated with yours. I allude of course to the recent Parliamentary inquiry growing out of your acceptance of t...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
MoNTHs. OO EN, soB n Moon's MoONING AONTS. SN OERIDN RI8. SN SET. TuB. 0.N. S. 0. n. IT. Ml. D. .. April0........ 7 0 3 5 5 2 11.8 May 1IS......... 56 5 6 30 5 15 28 - ,, 8 40........ 6 8640 14 28 0 30 ,, ....... 5 43 64 5 13 N. 1 33 ,, 4I 1..... 5037 0 41 5 12 1 2 42 ,, 5 8........ 50 0 42 5 10 2 3 59 ,, S 67....... 5C 0 43 5 3 3 5 10 THE KIAMA EXAMINER. PUBLISHED WEEILY.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
To Leth WTANTED to LET at Broughtdonree'k, rie one - V .or two Cleating Leases, 66 Acres of iBrush,. Land, well watered; terms very liberal. Apply to THOMAS GAY, Cornamucla Farm,. Broughton Creek, or to Mr. James Marshall, Sad dleback Range. Caution to Trespassers I LL persons found Trespassing in pursuit of cattle or" 11 otherwise, on my Leased Run, cdjoining Mr. Michael Hyam's run, halt a mile west of Nowra Hill, and extending 3 miles' east.of said run,, and 2 siiles&lt; south of the Nowra recreation reserve, will be prosecuted, as the law directs. WILLIAM BROWN, Nowra Creek. -12th April, 1859. KIAbTA. P , WALKRR & SONS, Carpenters, Joiners, a Cabinet-makers, Upholsterers, Paper-hangers, anei Undertikliers, Shoalhaven-street, South. 4000.feet of Cedar, in different thicknesses. for sale in any quantities. The Stable Miracle! titHE WONDERFUL CURES effected by "'ROW'S I EIMIBROCATION, or FARPnlER'S FRIEND,'" have' induced persons interested in thle.cure of that noblo...
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Adverttsoro oro rcqoAstOL to bo porttoulor to morhictg tho notobor of tosorttooo on each odvoertisetcnoot ottserwtoao thoy oct11 ho tosertod nodl chlarged for tilt coonteemnouded. Ordoro for otthdroatl or olterotteoo, most 'bo soout to tho otco (to ~vritttg) on the doy prior to publicttiou. SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1859.
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
MISCELLANEOUS. WoMAN AND WAnnIons.-With women as-with' warriors, there's no robbery-all's conquest. Why are ladies like bells? Because you can never find out their metal until you have given them a ring. A NArunAL CoNcLusoN.-An old lady, reading an account of a distinguished old lawyer who was said to be the father of the New York bar, exclaimed, "Poor man I he had a dreadfll set of children." PLEAS'ANT MIS'TAKE.-A rustic lately visiting London was accosted upon his arrival at Eaton square with one of the cabbies calling out, " Hau som, Sir? Hansom ?" Hodge, thinking he re ferred to his good looks, replied, " Hey, tha fogey I o' deol handsomer than thee, or a couddont for shame show my face in Lunnon." WoMAsN.-Dey may rail at wonien as much as they like, but they can't set me agin dem. I hab always in mylife found dem to be fust in lub, fust in the ice-cream saloon, and de fust,, host, and thie last in thesick-room. What would we poor debils do wid out 'em? Let us be born as young, ...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
TO CORRESPONDENTrS. UnCLa TOu (Ilinbow Mount).-Your letter on "UnIty of RelIgIous sentiments 1nuMatrimouy," has been recetrod, anlt is under conslderetions All communleetions intesded for isertion must be authentl oated by the name and addross of the writer-inot necessarily for publiestlon, but us a guarantee of good faith. We cannot undertake to return rejected eommuuications.
POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 28TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
* POLICE pOUWRT T."D:'Y ,.:.? : ,idis , 28TH Anii.t;e?"'!,-. . (Before the same Bench.)'*""' * *. Joseph:Ross aiidPatrick Carey wvere broughtixp for &lliiikenness; and each fined in the sumi of 10s. 2s. 6d. costg. , ' ;James Emery sunimoned John 1Sharpe for tres pass.; It appeared from .the .evidence that on the afternoon of the 6th instant,the defianridanht and hi' father *wiere driving a horse on the: right-of-way throug~h Emery's -ground. That some hoises be longing to plaiitiff were about to follow.' That he (Sharpe)' cranked li;s'whip at theim ini order to stop them. In doing so he had not left the road. Emery stated that the defendant at the time was several rods from the fence, and driving the horses about. After due, consideration the" Bench dismissed the case., . . ... The case of Collinis end Hall, the latter for de taBianig a bullock, was :postp~lned for flirther' evi derice till.next Court.: ,'. ' He::m riq.n WIrigh/tpleoiaded guilty tob a charge: e iffu-ril ous ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
The Legislative Assembly' has affirmed, and tile nation has echoed the principle, that all de liberative bodies should be elective. But, as yet, neither legislator nor press has enunciated any plan by which the nomiuee element can be safely or effectively dispensed with, so as to" hold out any guarantee or promise that a council of really grave and reverent seignors of sage-like wisdom and experience, shall take the place of thle nominee Council. Had the privilege and power to nominate been exercised with discretion, impartial judgment, and political discernment, for the country's good, and not to serve mere party and factious purposes, the 6utery against nomineeism would not have been so marked, so vehement, and so determined. Had the great and only aim been to nominate a really deliberative body, and not a mock one of mere wvranglers, to strengthen this, or to oust that party, to-defeat, instead of to retard and paralise, useful legislation, we should be content to wait arvwhile l...
KIAMA LABOR OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
*· ' KIAMA LABOR QFFIUE. arIm laborers (in demand) -,. 30.:. 0 tos?8 0 Female servants" ' '..· ·: .,-,i16+ 0 -20 0 rUsotel lasd6;' 0 -I:ullekdek :s;' :.;.:- ;;.?,:;.i :dr.er .40 0 50 0 Horse drivers'...- ...80 0O 40 0 PlotUghmen ... .. :. . .. , ... 80 0 35 0 A' SBSlHEFIE~LD, nbor Agent, Manning-street Kiama.
LECTIONEERING. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
LECTION??ItNG.- W0 Iunderstand that a requi sition is likoly to boe-numerously signed and pre sented to Thomas Cooper, Esq., of Sydney, solicit . i.nhi.m to allow himself to be placed in nomination Sfor thi?electorato of Braiidwood. We hear that Mr. Cobper's opinions are of a decidedly liberal caste, and that it is very probable, should the electors ask him to stand, he will consent to do so.-Brasid •waood: Observer. : " THsE' SOTHEN GOLTn-FIELDS' ELECTORIATE.- SAmongst the various electioneering rumors, it has. been stated, upon good authority, that Mr. W. C.. ·eoll, solicitor, of this town, has been requested, not only by a goodly number of the ihtelligcnt portion of the mining community, but by other persons of influence ini the district, to allow himself to be put in-nomination as a member for the Southern Gold fields. What reply Mr. Fell would give if a formal -requi;sition were forwarded to him, we are not pre pared to state; but should he allow himself to be put'in nomination...
SYDNEY LABOR MARKET. COUNTRY WAGES (PER ANNUM), WITH RATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
;SYDiEY LABOR MARKET'. COUiNTRY WTAGEs (PER ANGUS,)l WI1ThIOATSor iS iFlour, 0 lbs. to 10 lbs; oiat, 10 lbs to 14 Lbo s.ar, " lbs. tea, lb., wekly. ormn laborers.. . . .' 2 0. to 35 0 Do. inarried couples .. 45 0 50 0 totromoss t l . . ., g.. 0 ,0O Hotbeopers . . .. . . 20 0 "5 0 . odes lAborers' o n 5 r 40s0 Stoo e f en n ... I n...:: 05 te He arn Hote0 y40 0 Bullock delvors ";145 0~: 55 0 M~orse drlvors ...- 0 4 Plosgbmon . 00 1 * Ssusrvor'Ioon· '. 25 0. 25 0 Do.,wplth S to 4llocks. . . ..2 50 Blacksmiths ... ,.00 0 85 0' Carpenters a ·;·!!··:~'i. r 40' 0 8. 0 0 SB. 0. HAIGH, Coosm~siolo sod 'Labtor Agoot, Klng streot east, * t:the promrses formorly knon as tho Ms~lboura H1otel Sydney, Apr~l 28, 1820. i