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DARBY DOOLITTLE DUZN'T LIKE HOW THINGS IS GOING ON—AN HAS STRONG NOTIONS OV CHANGEN THE COORSE OV EVINTS BY TURIN' THE TABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
DAIRBY DOOLITTLE DUZNiT LIKE HOW ,THINGS IS GOING ON-AN HAS STRONG *,NOTIONS OV CHAN7GEN THE COORSE --O V EVINTS BY TURIN' THE TABLES. PER FAVOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. Dan, did you ever thry to squeez blud out ov a turnip, gravee soop out ov a stone, gratitude out ov a.ded hart, or a hartless man ; or do yu kno ov any kimikal process that 'ill convart a box of blak led into goolden guinnces ? For faix av yu do I don't; Professor Andherson maybe duz, I'll thry and coax him to visit Kiama some of these days; thefact is, Dan, I've maid a diskovery, won ov those every day evints sumtimes forced unsaisonably upon man's attention as he journeys through life, still rubben on, thryon to sarve his nabur an himself too, until ho finds himself all at wonst on the rong road, an with all his sarchin, an laburin', waren his fingers an waryen his mind to keep the pot boilen. So, Dan, avick, yu an the misthress musn't be onaisy av yu don't beer from me agen throo the same post, an I'm mitoe sorry f...
STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
-STOOK AND STATION CIROULAR. W.'rland anddBinshanirejportthathe E~a~terhili .days hieve riot nunch arfeeted the demand for store carttle : prices for good lots on liberal terms continue firm, with many inquiriesfor superior cattle for stocking new sta tions. Our letters from the western districts inform. us that there are several drafts of cattle on the road, mest of them s6ld to arrive, that all were snffering from the drought, and in some places severe frosts had set in,; for a draft of 1,000 head of mixed cattle, well brzd, taken from a western station, we got 475. Gd., this week., STORE SncEEP.-th0re is a very great demand for goid , ewes; also for wethers in lots of 7 to 8,000. WoorL.-There is considerable demand for good wool, and several foreign buyers are in thensmrket. STAvions.-We are glad to notice the unceasing de mand for stations; there are some good ones open for sale. Parties having runs in the northern district for sale, without stock, can readily sell them at good ...
ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
,&lt;·LBURY. Thu elctr t raps tatiion 2 at Maryboronuglh Victoiis, is nowqopened for communication withi Melbourne and Sydney. A man of the nmaie of Thoinss Qriffithshs coin menced in Melboiwne iwallIing 1,500 miles in 1,000 consceutive hours. REGISTRATION Aov.t--Much blame (sys ithe8 Ml-: bouirine correspondent of the S.,M. Herald) has been deservedly cast on the Government for the blinders committed in the Registration Act, which has been found to be almost impossible of. being brought into opetRation. The registration just completed has dis; frnmchised one-half of the electors in the colony, and the people are indignantly demanding that lie for& the new Parlianient be summoned the old one boecilled together to rectify the errors in the Act. A meeting of the Convention and the Chief Secre tary takes place on the 22nd on thissubject. The various " trades" of the city and suburbs made a great demonstration on the 21st, in celebra tion of the anniveesany of the succes...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
PING INTELLIGENCE. . PORT OF SYDNEY. ARREVALS. April .26.-Duncan IToyle (e.), 131 tons, Captain Quaile, from Olarence River 24th instant. April 27.--Marina, ship, 529 tons, Captain Jamison, from Liverpool, 2nd January. April 27.-Mimosa (s.), 200 tons, Captain Fletcher, from 3firimbula, Twofold Bay, and Ulladulla 26th instant DEPARTURES. April 26.-OapreV, for Hong Kong April 27.-faranaki, for South Sea Islands.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
Newspaper Establishment aNn MVIACHIN ,GENER AL PRINTING OFFICE, SHOALEAVEN STREET, KIAHA. T HE Proprietor takes this opportunity of informing the inhabitants of Kiama and the surrounding dis trict, that he continues to executo Printing of ever"E kind and description at the lowest possible prices, and on the shortest notice. Having at considerable expense imported some of the most beautiful machinery ever introduced into the print ing bslthess in Now South Wales. which for speed and execution of ivdrk, stands unri'alled, lie would confidently expect from* the district a fair shure of patronage and esapporh,~ k Work Crrd s of Address Citeulars, in script tYpo Receipt Books Cireulars, in' rondo do. Order Books Posters Promisory Notes Hand Bill' . ,. Bill Headings, &e., Executed on the-shortest notice. The following Forms may he obtained at this offl:-c Lease Forms Bank Books Apprentice's Indentures iMoney Order Books Forms of Agreement I &c., &o., 4E. His type, ...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. CAMPBELL & RUSSELL'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. -4---- CAMPBELL & RUSSELL'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. A good share of business has been transacted tllis. week, and Isareo quantities of produce have arrived, most of which tave been worked off at moderate prices. Wheat-the quality has not been so good, still it hae maintained a fair price; buyers are more anxious to purchase. Flour- good country flour is very scarce; parcels of flour free from scent will sell readily. Meize -market steady at our quotations, but not higher, leaving but a fair margin for Melbourne buyers. Bran -scarce, firm at our quotations. Barley (English and Cape) nominal. Hay-larue quantities have arrived this week, the bulk of which has been purchased and stored : we anticipate a rise shortly. Potatoes-plenti ful., Onions-market overstocked with inferior. Butter -very searce; with an upwyard tendency. rigs and .Calves-good are in demand. " £ s.d. £ s. d. Flou- .. 15 0 0 to LO o-0 Wheat 05. ... " ... 0 5 0 0 7 0 Bran ... . O 3 0 0 0 Maiz...
PORT OF KIAMA. EXPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
PFORT OF KAIAA. :"`" ·EXPORTS Per Illawarra Steam Navigation Company's steamers f.or the week ending 28th April: -204 kegs butter,2 coops fowls, 2 cases egs, 81 pigs, 24 calves, 44 bags wheat, 17 do. onions, 6 Jo. grass seed, 36 hides, 2 bun dle~ sheelp.skins, 2 casks tallow, and sundries.
ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
· - ADELA1DE. Ihe Governor open ied nesw Ier at Gleziel yesterday, with "reat ceremony. .Nearly all the towvnspeople of Adelaide vere present. Flour firmer; whea quotnat quet.d a d 8s d : DELrAID RACE Firsttilac Fiank Cup 'Mis Fanniy I.;... . . Matilda .. .'. ... ... 2 Frank . .. . . ..3 id Race The Adilade St.Ler Stakes. Thidle of Kildsi . - 1, Fraahn1 ; .. .. . . Countess .. - Third Race-Tbo Plate. Blacki Bess 7 m. 1 Bendwo ~ 1;·~:r -1;.'·2 :I· Jupiter - -
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
IOCTORIA; - - [BY'E;EfoTia TEELEGRcRPIH. i" £ R'A Tha Tffral of W\ driesday publishes th folli' ,.. , i,^', iMItLBOURNE.... ,. 'h i. Tuesday, 6 30 p.m. . Business opened briskly .tliis morning after the. holidays. :;Branldy oftlhe first brands .is firm,l and advanucinig.'- ' * :A meeting of the creditors of Messrs.'Heynomann, West; aiid Co .was"held. Liabilities; £16,000. '-A; compositio'onf Gs. 8d.wvas offered; Thlree creditors werc: appoiinoed' to, .examine the bloks..: It is b'h lieved thoe composition will'be accepted. Mr., Mark landelick,. vine mercbant, suspede'd: The liabliities a'et.said to be siiall. , .... A murder was committed at Splitters COrek,' near Sandhurst, on Sunday. The murderer, whoh ap peired apparently sobelr at the ,time$, nmuied iBray ,shaw,;had:beeona residentsome months. Aftei dis playing a quiarrelsome dislpositidn to several around, him,,.he deliberately ,shot a:ynoung man. naimed >Boyle, wvithouti. giving th.e sliglhtcst offence....... .;;; .
ILLAWARRA STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
ILLAw?ArRnnA STRAes NIAVIGATION COIPANY.-The usual half-yearly meeting of the proprietors of the Company was hekl on Monday last, at their oflices, I(iarna, to re ceive the report of the Directors, and to elect anditor5 for the ensuing year. also two directors, allnd for the; transaction of other besiness concerning theCompnny. The candidates for the vacant directorships were, Messrs. John Ml'Arthur, Robert Hall Owen, and James Hether ington 'fThe latter gentleman, however, withdroev, and the two former were elecled. The report of the D)irectors was considered very favoiable, and the shareholders were: perfectly satisfied with the statements made of the Work ing of the Company l " i Naw Cniunca.-It is the intentio?r?f t riremc bers of thile Free Chur h in Kiamhn, toiereit: asuitia? ble building for their' worship. We are' glad' to hear that they have at last determined t??oi~ d;iv from thile old turmble-down shanty in vhich they t prescit meet, andwhlich,' frmnitts inillness, hind c...
COURT OF REQUESTS. THURSDAY, 28TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
COURT OF REQUESTS. &nbsp; THURSDAY, 28TH APRIL. &nbsp; (Before M. Hindmarsh, Esq., chairman; and Messrs. Fry, Chapman, Kendall, Perrott, and S. W. Grey, J.P.'s) TEMPEST V GAY. Claim of £3 18s. 4d., amount of promisory note. Adjourned till next Court. &nbsp; PIKE v EDWARDS. Plaintiff sued for the sum of £8 2s., value of goods sold and delivered to Edwards. Verdict for the plaintiff. PIKE V CHESTER. This was a similar case to the above, for goods sold and delivered to the amount of £7 12s. 4d. Verdict for complainant. GREGORY V MILNE. Dr. Gregory sought to recover the sum of ;£3 4s. due for medical attendance. Verdict for the com plainant. GREGORY V POYNE. Claim: for £4 Os. 6d., for medical attendance. Verdict for defendant. &nbsp; There were several other cases on the paper which were settled out of Court. &nbsp;
SYDNEY ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 April 1859
SYDNEY ITEi?lS. ST. BENEDICT'S YOUNG MEN'S SOCIETY.-The committe of the above Society gave an entertain ment on the evening of Easter Monday, at which about four hundred persons were present. The pastor, Rev. Mir. Cornish, presided, and read letters from his Grace the Archbishop, and Mir. Plunkett. On the platform were the Revs. Messrs. Sheridan, Sheehy, Welch, and Dr. Bayley, MIr. Faucett, and Mr. Deniehy, who addressed the meeting in a very interesting and and instructive manner. The band of the kindred Society of the Sacred Heart attended anld enlivenedl the assembly with several chloice airs. Thile assemblage broke up.about hallf-past ten, apparently very muchl, gratified with their evening's enjoylcment, after giving three hIearty cheers for hisc Grace the Archbishop, andl three more for their worthy pastor, Father Cornish.-Herald. TnE MINT.-The amount of gold coin issued by the Sydney Branchl of thile Royal Mint during the week ended April 21st, hlas been 40,000 half sovereign...
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 7 May 1859
. WIOLESAL ET RLlCES CLRIlE?VT. r.,..,.... * , ,, *." „ .... .. -1 „; „.- ..... £,.», ld. ;e,£ Ft.Id. Wheat iper buhel '1- . 5. ' ..'" ...' I d 7 0 oallizudodlo"';-+P .." i' +-',;+t . ';? ' I ,7.·t:'. :t'+: - '0U "'u r 3:a 6O:' rluz dodo, .. .. ... .. , . i 0 U Barley dodo... 0 Butlter m lb . .. ' '. .'. .. -0; 3 Cheesuil do ' : . '. *' ;;' :'6..';. 0. '" 6 '0 0''H ' Bacon per Ib 0, .. w .0 ,.., 5'.-,.:. 0 . +' 0' - ' Hldeseach: . .. ... 0 U Fowin per pair z . .. '.;3 0 4 otatoeLs pr cwt.. .. ;.. 0 .,-i..'; i .'2. M ; .0: 'a -u " SOCeOMO... 1YAUiikt+ Whrrdtto ydy May I soLO.ON· IIXASI, A ,rket \ dha r, Sydney, May r 1 0 5c ,9' '
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 7 May 1859
i"&lt;: SYDNEY MARKET' PRICES.: ' ', Wheat, per bushel ..... .66td 0'7i6 Maize,-ditto- ... ..- . 0.. 2 6 0 2 - Potatoes,:per'cwt? ::.. 2 -0 , 0 ;23'61 6O Onions iditto - .0..: .... '.. 4 i0' ;i0'4 6 -Flour, ditto... ... . ... 21 0 0:' 0" 0 (.0 Butter, per.lb..:.. 0.. O. .0il. . ? 0 '9/I. 0 il. 6n Bacon; ditto. 00 "0. 74 0 .1 Eggs;.pei doz;:' 0a. . 0' 20t,!2?:tO Pigs,:euch,.' ' ....:. ... 0160 ' 0 40" 0 Calvea, ditto ... .. 0 10 0 0 20" 0.?U Bark, per ton ' . . .. . IIot's'alBnble W HEZLET Coiiiibisiiu Aent, Su sex-street Sydniefy;Mia3y 5 1 ;It :uib in
ARRIVAL OF THE ONEIDA AT MELBOURNE. ENGLISH NEWS TO 10TH MARCH. [FROM THE HERALD'S QUEENSCLIFFE CORRESPONDENT.] Friday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 7 May 1859
ARRIVATL9 U.UO E ONEIDA.,.. : ENGLIS I tNEW S 'TO I10TH3.i t ARCI.. r; t4FOM'"TILE snRAIADSVQUBESSCl FFE 'eolnRRESPOND1,STi. ; SFriday,:6 p.m. Tiet Oidi·" iarrived at: Po)rt t hillip'' Heads ai" five o'clockr this afteiriooii bri'iiiig Enish new to, the 10th llrch. i She liais eX)perienced fle weather duriing tliLhvoage bhut- was detained three days at'seai,'iiiig: t" i accident to?he maclhiner She has twenty four passrngers on-board, one of whom (Mr. Siuddiigton) is for Syidney Her iates' ar'eas fllow' -=Suez' 16t Matrch .Aden, 23ril \larch "c Poiiit'de Gale?, 7th April ,,Pariianmeit hial'lilet .,Th Qliee.i sa spee1ch had been well received . , i t :tfhe orm'Blls r i rd& hht. forward. - on 28th .,ebrdlary: :. " .t-;" ...... o J. i tord Derb sjlihirtl yafiterivar d§ ned ,Lord Palihertii.? s~ei'lt io' Sir (Jhaiile"Niblibison anid : ' iir. d Iave both beeiý'freated btie diies. The Directtors"of the' 'PeninSular and Oriental Steam NavtiiatnntinOifrmpany have resolved o ,.iialki...
DARBY DOOLITTLE.—A BIT OV ADVICE TO DAN OV THE NORTH—AN AXES DAN OV THE MOUNT TO LUK OUT FOR A MIMBER FOR SHOLEHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 7 May 1859
PA RBY DOOLITTLE .-A BIT 0T ADVT'CR .?O DAN O0 TIHE NORTII-ANAES D.A N OYV;';TItE':1MO'UNT TO LUK OUT 1FOR .A *IIi~BER 'FOR SHUOLRFIA4 VEi.':'` PER FAVOR Or TI IAMA .EXAMINER. There's raison.inroasten ov eggs, Dan ,my boy, bud tihere's naithler.rin;e nor rlaison in roasten?the: clarghe ;' .b:),alised ouibl, boy, lave thimt alonoeany. ways, for bleev me. its no useo, hekase yu- see they're always,Fmovenabhout,- an, have grate influence with all snorts ov people ovitheir own kreed, :speshlly wid the lndees;, ini vu#lno how" they'ronl the oilst. in all nnatthe;rs.,!Yii say they piyther devotiont'to goold,; no?v 'pon my?n?hollege ov them thiis i? a saiin dher.av yu mane to say theyluv'it'al'ii'hlllthing?i; bud Dan I'm thinkenynure :anory or :disHpinted, mayhe; they,,ion't let yu praielh an sho otffTinh the pulpit,annrinaybe; they.p?ss 'lhy yure dor ia' ian'ii't Ink in to tske tay wid thie miisna;i nevisi'heed. thi;t. Dan, do'is'I do, w'hinever yu 'see' oni'O v ithli'i, ;; ' mntther av h...
SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 7 May 1859
A SiOu LHAVENk . _: a F lti OUlR Ci RRRSPIONDPNT. /,?helelectors met t eir m lcli etteeri?; I r?pired'sn titlvee in-Frihliy. the 9 Ii ultin it i his i regiti ?"t that. ho mitht. ive them an :cecLtiiit ,If hi.-i stibwa shipL. ntitilalt tihe meeti"ng htltli cot istilt niin thie tumingI electiotn:t=7---- ·-.--- -:r :7:; Mr. MACKAY, J.P., Wiats m,?verltp thlt hIr Iwhin Dr.. Ar acotn:at once coimmnnrtd :his :ldtlrelsiir i - I ithe plisin andsimple ,matter-o-f ictstvyl:. which - truth alone ri qitiirFtihi.-\\A'ityini eli"hcitt, lmo i c'imet, under certait pledi.s" awl .promiese, .lut' [: f undl.itynecesinry tolilepiirt frhino li'ont ofmli the itiy tI rt isons foihr wlich, t is due to you, I si hitd ltxplain.-' I entered upon'n myParlisii?l itnryihiities lettermitie I. to oppisei, in uitctir .ii?' with "rl ll t "vi s .til mly peiidiie t vitil, tii enr: riiiiis exp4' lttitre ,in ii to citustrii onoitfiriiilrti ; hil?:: ift tr t nti'rs??w;rit mtn"iif experleiice, an I tle irmnn triml thit-t-...
PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 7 May 1859
PUL ntrc MEEr??i In pursuanco of' notico a' ihecting, wits holden at; the Foermangliah Hteil on' '-Thursday, to hear. our lte representative, andl?o .siggest., a fit and,proper person to: represent.: the:' Kiainin Electorate in. the eonsning Parliament. ;iMr:i J. Millediin tii: n 6lihair. :'Mr. Markls ':ddresserds tlh, m"eetii in hisi iccustomed 'h ippy stylet , informed the electors thait iti wiias his decided intention 'i nt to" seek a?- repetitibn` of; the' honodi, 'and pi'pri??oed;lM Saunuel W. Griy, J. PI? as -theimost fit andi piiopor person to ,represent.the district. :;Werod wd to at tempt to, give,: anything.,like. an +approach to thei speeches at this time, so near publication, and with such ai press 'of 'niatter having a prior claim, weo, fealr w shoiuld 'do injtlstice to both the leairned gen tlemen.: \Vo hWe ahll merely, for the lpresient, s that Mr. Gray' is in favor of Free Trade," and tlihat his Land policy is anything but satisfactory. Persotinilla we wish Mir. Gray...
"FREE PASTURAGE." [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 7 May 1859
This lnst inew scheme, just i,ýsucd - fromi thel: evolutiomiry schoolFor Victfiii a Y. iiakeeinij, ddL:-! iaiaids the" calm" anrid eridu~ atteittiaii" o ev ery lperson wlho !eels. any' intertst'sit''the"gdiod?'gifiTh'-ri mniet otihei'coloiny;and'whl desires, an uinter' ouptedicuntiluaniice ai' ilhat deliberate and Lsteady adianiistration of justice which. inder the existing las, we have beei accust mcd to. The electors of every %class" ,aud :,f every electorate, whether locallj,affect'edhy c requestion ori'?not;, are espe: ciflly calle'd upon to discusts ever 'lteature'of thi foreigni thebory, tihat: ful!ly ?iideirsti gili t, ~ ffe?i paofi 'ithe -'eleare even At a class a . of th: colony as ,affected commeecially, : ?by any serious injury, or destruction of that :cliss,; they mnay :not he etitrapped into errir by the "clapi-tri6ip' ci'y oi free pasturage," wlicli,,,unexplai ed, so-unds wetll to tllhe fredom -lvinig ear t'o tlie ibe'al re "former who may not- examitoe .below, thi sin...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 7 May 1859
. .IIIARi . 7 Dt». 'dUi O SU0 M ( . MOOM'6 OR'IINO MONTII WEEK. MERID.N. RHiB'. AOLI TIDL [1. u. I. II. H. i t. n. II. Mr . fay 7 ...... 2; 1 44 8 4 10 57 S .. .... 56fi 1 ti 44 6 8 6 11 :i7 9 ....... 15 0 4. 5 7 - 0 0. 4 V IIT ...... 5I 1 ,i 41 GO 7 0 49 . %I V....... I 6 47 l 5 5 8 1 S 0 S.13 ...... 6 .lS 4 I - 4 19 I'iti K .L il E ti t. ' PUBLISHI':L) WEEKLY. . T: T ORRFSPISNDEI.S. .UNCLE TOM, (hRinbow MSlunt) -" Unity of lleliglous senti mints it sllrn ol..' - Not all puiltd to our cl.lumiui, in style, orlhograllly, or t reulimcult." It Illlrolucev, tul0llrcessaorl, t querlotin o doqluel)ti plicy ant relilus .controversy w'iicI. b'hitoevIir our 0nplnO maI y 0ie ol 011 tle sl2bJiec. we do not (think sulted too htr colulmn. Iofa now.piJr.r--b illue, wuo hvo I T great .regilrd for Cupid. t .d (o.onllor ihe lhould bo allowed to preauume In ll matters rlllting tlo ohe he:trf. 1All biomunltleatious intendedl for insertlon must bei aut0lntti Sratedthy th0 Iun anlld addrllss otf'hi writ...