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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 February 1860

TO. TES iDoITOr OF illi KIi,.A EXAII:ER. S - The nt of a sliool in this, locality hlits .long iheei felt, n?ld sev'ernl ittempts linav iliBei mride to establ lisl :one,'bnt they:lvie in every vdsoe proved: abortimv;e: About;a year.ago wo. esndeavored to 'raise a school, :nd accordinglyy obtained a person to act .in the :cnliacityof tEablier,; wo maile great', pretiutiusr'! to lhrnin'ug" and -illocutioni ;" lbut the populatioli was insuflicient to. maintain a gentleman of his rank anmd attainmients,. and he wass compelled, though roluetantlv, to seek 'for d higlier salary and emoluments. Deprived of the valuable assistanice of this genitleman, we have been some:;timd iithoht anny'scliool aiid s. seenibility of our loss .induces tis to exert otirselves for th'e' estallishment?b f onli. For this purpose, 'pursuant to'advertisement, a isublic iieetit?ig was holden. in the neighborhood about a month since, but' sciarcolS aiy'thing like opinion was ennuciated, and con sequeitly'no measure...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. SHOALHAVEN. February 16. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 February 1860

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) SHOALIIAVEN. February 16. The Council met pursuant to adjournment in the Council ;Ohamber, at 4 o'clock p.mi. " Present-Alderman Moss,i M'Guire GralAim, Bice, and Munro. On the motion of Alderman M'Guire, seconded by Al derman Graham, Alderman Moss took the chair. The minutes of last meeting were read by the Town Clerk, which, on the motion of Alderman 3M'Giiire, seconded by Alderman Graham, were confirmed. The Town Clerk, read letters which were addressed by the order of the Council to the-hon. the Colonial Secre tary, the lion. the Secretary for Lands, Dr. Alley, the Shoalhaven Bench of.Magistrates, John Garrett, Esq., and the Chairman of the Randwick Municipal Council. On 'the motion of Alderman Munro, seconded- by Alderman Bice, the Council adjourned for one houi, in order to give time for Alderman Munro to make the necessary declaration of office. . a' The Council reassembled at the expiration odf' th hour. Alderman Moss in the ...

Publication Title: Examiner
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FASHIONS FOR DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 February 1860

FASHIONS FOR.DECEMBER. - (FeRO La FOLLaT.)" : '. :-': The materials for the. present-season are very: beautiful-the rich fabrics with flowers 'embroid cred on taffetas antique. These taffetas are very strong, andthe flowers are in smull bouquets .and foliage are nasturtiums, . orange, green, or- lilac colours'. The taffetas antique are also made plain in all shades. We must mention the veloute Imperatrice-a kind of terry velvet, but more solid and firm, and exquisitively shaded. For visiting dresses this fabric in dark colours is very elegant. The silks are made• without flounces, and trimmed with coloured velvet ornaments. Brown and a kind of ruby colour are the most -distinguees. Brown for robes or simple manteaux. The ruby is employed with black velvet or plain black silk. Besides these charming robes, we must notice the more simple silks: for negligences. Woollen materials are worn for morning' dresses-robes' with small flowers, or striped iti black or, sombre colours. Spotted t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 February 1860

The Kiama Examiner is published every WEDNES DAY and SATURDAY MORNING, and despatched immediately, either by mail or courier, to all parts of New South.Wales and the sister colonies, to London, Liverpool and Glasgow, Great Britain ; and, a:i the issue is very considerable, it affords great facility for every kind of advertisement. . Terms: " s.' di Advertising.-Four lines and under... .. 2' O Six....................... 2 6 Eight ....... ..0.... 3 0 Every additional line......... .0 3 Subscription-Per quarter in advance .... '.' 8' ' 6 At theo end of the quarter ..... 9 "o Si- gl.:-S , copies, each ..............0: 6 The quarters end ofn the las'day of June, September, Decemberiund March, repeotbively. AIMIA-:-Printed and published:aby the proerlbtor, Wihti:iss Iavins, of Kiama at the £xrtlinlr Qopcral Printlugflilc9, 8hoalhav'eii-street, Klama, aftbrosald.Wcdncsday, ??sb. 22, t86?

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WOLLONGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 February 1860

WOLLONGONG. MIuNICIrAL ELECTION.-DECLARnATION OF TILE Poir.. --The oftihiMldlclaration'of the poll for the election of Aldermen tbok'pliace at the court-houise'd 6 Wednesday, when a goodly number of townsfolk were present.' T'he Mayor-said that he had but one duty to discharge in connection'with the business.foi which they were assem bled, and that was to declare officially the state of the poll. He would, however, take that opportunity of tlhanking the electors for their conduct during- the elec tion. So far as had come under his notice there hbad been nothing in the shape of a disturbance, but, when the rough state of the poll was declared, on the previous evening, the people assembled, quietly dispersed.'_ The. following was the state of the poll':- Beatson .. .. ... 87 Robson .. .. .. ' .. 7.8 Oshorne . Haworth .. 7. Cole .. . . .53 Lahiff . .. ..36' Ho therefore declared. the three first named gentlemen duly elected to the ofilce'of Aldermeii; M=lrcurg,. ; Mayor.in ?room': of M...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 February 1860

i TELEIdGR{APHIOIIi NTEL, LIGEfNCE.•: (Rsos THilHERALD AND ali lii.) ; - MELBOURNE,... . Thursday :Evening. . Ai,' pl lic meeting tp.ia'y, the Ma3,or in ,the chair,i it wi1',s 'isdol e; d to miinmori alise the Government for. tlihe usii' of '£2000 fitr the j? tippse of introducing British birds anud other animals. Parliament has decided upon;ninalgamithBt g th"' Post-oflice .and T elegraplh dcepartments,, in small: townS. , , Flour is £18 perton. Wheat; 7s..3d. a bushel.. Th'le 'IMairy Whitlhridce has irrivrd fromi San Fran-; cisco, iitli 1,000 bags oats, l';;000O.bags wheat, and' 3,000 'uarter -sadks flour. She lirings dates to thli 16th Docciei.''Tl' The-Goi'ioiliiinut intend.0to hold in ilitairly'issession of North Mexico." Cortitas'lias waylaid the mail carriers 'on sevdral occasions, and robbe?d tliie niils, ~keeping the cairier.4 prisonis.: 'The newssfrins yalpar ibo iso to the.1st December. A goo-bd ddi il'of. excitmenitc continued at Chili, h!,i fi'' hsl6iit, dikia e re'fcir...

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THE LION IN TWO CHARACTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 February 1860

THE LTON IN Two CIIARACTERS. -Between the lion that has once eaten a man-once tasted the glory and ambrosial delight of man beef-and the lion remotely ignorant of the flavor, there lies a chasm. Only in zoological text-books can the two animals be considered as of the same species. In profounder charac teristics, in the complexion of their souls, they differ dis the Caucasian differs from the Hotten tob-. The lion who has once fed on manj carries with him an unforgetfui experience ;he has sup jed with the gods, and Homeric rhythms mur-:' mours in his ears. Visions of thiat ebstetit'; hour hover before him in his lair, adcompaip'' his moonlight marches through' the mouintain gorge, fill him with retrospective flavours as he laps the moonlight lake, and fill with a certair' blissful torment all his leisure momentsi.: These visions, like the afterglow of suinsdot. on the Alps, tinge his mental horizon, and create a gustatory after-glow which warms hid whole frame. Haunted by such recol...

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TO THE ELECTORS OF THE SHELLHARBOR MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 February 1860

: TO THE ELECTORS OF THIE STIELL- ' . l.HARBOR MUNICIPALITY. (PER FAVOR'OF TInE KUAr[A EXAMINER.) , ' GENT: L-B-i;-Owing. to tin' alarming.reports in refer-; eniceto:the disastroiiis flood it' Shoalhaveni, arid tearing that myi'elatives there lind shared in the calaniity,'T Wis induced to go down, in order to'ascertain the true' state: of affairs.there, and was consequently prevented from iat teinding at the oflicial declaration of the poll. I .think it duie to the gentlemeni who endeavored to secure my re turn to thc,Council, to thank them' for their efforts; iand I here!y most gratefully acknowledge the high siense I entertain, of their conduct towards me.at the late election.' I feel itto be 'my duty also to congratulate the .electors geieridly on'their choice of coun'cillors, as' [ have full i;n". fidence in their ability to conduct muniicipal boperations with a.spirit:of generosity, and on principles 'consonant' with tihe dignity of a council. 'Inlay li permitted to obseoive fo...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 February 1860

SHIPPINCG INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. (ABRIDGED FROM TIM HERALD AND EYPIRo) `) ARRIVALS. FEoE.ir.aY 10.-Castilian, ship, 1000 tons, Captain IIarrington, roin IIongkolig January 1. pRasscengers-- Ir. lIarringtol, and 590 Chinese immnigrants. Cargo-Tea, suger, opium, cassia, inger, &c. February 10.--Jes?i trrown, ship, 624 tons, Cptain Johnson, Yrom Liverpool October 18. Cargo-Ooicral mcrchandis. CO.ATE.RS INWARDS. February 10.--Bn Bolt, from Shoalhercr, with 02 tons pota .toes, 30 bas ma0ize, 10 bags bran, 03 hides IIunter (s.), from ho Clyde IRiver, with sundries. February 17.--Sovconir, frlom Iollnmbi, with 76 tons coals. Fcbro?ary i8.-Ill:cwarra (..). 203 tonlls, Captain Trameot, from lorirsnbulia. 'wofohl flav, and "the Clyde River 18th instant, with nundries ; lRapd (s.), cu'in Wollongong, with 7 kcge butter, 1 calf, and sandries. coASTrcIS OUT0WARD. February 16.-Titania :ld H!rvenge, for Shoalh avoi. ?,bruary 1r.-Dove and Woodpecker, for l3oruya River; Nlmba, for Clyd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 February 1860

LLAWAIIRA STEAM. NAVIGATION 'COM -.l PANY.--In order to ensure regularity in' the istarting of the Steamers of this Company .'at :the advertised- hours, as well as increased speed ilii tli conveyance of passengers, some,slight alterations have been decided upon, as will appear in thet fol lowing TIME TABLE. `BETWEEN SYDNEY AND WOLLONGONG. :. .RQu ,r.YDsRY- -Monday.anl ? Thursday,- at 10 a.m.; ohi Saturday, at 8 a.m.';l and on' Monday* ..'.andWedne'sday,tat 11 p.m.: .... : FROM WOILONGONG--On Monday,Wednesday, and Friday, at 1 p.m. prompt; and on Tuesday* and' Thursday,* at 2 p.m. SYDNEY AND KIAMAi. +. . FROli SYDNEY-On Tdisday atid'-Thursday, at 9 p.m. direct; on Monday* and Wednesday+* it 11 p.mii+. and on Saturday, at 8 a in., calling at Wollongong. FROM ICIAMA-On Monday, Wednesday,; and Friday, at ilt n.m. prompt;. and -on Tuesd+fay* and Thursday,* at noon. SYDNEY AND SHOALHAVEN. FROM SYDNEY-On'Tuesday and Thursday, at 9 ,p.m. ; .and on.Saturdaymorning; at'8 o'clock.. FROM GREENW...

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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 February 1860

SDIARY. Days of the Week. D n Sunre S unset dIone' WVE)NESDAY .... Feb. 22 5 40 0 4 N. TilliRSDiAY ..... " 23 5 40 6 40 1 'R1DAY .... ...... " 74 5 .47 .30 .THE .EXAMINER.:,. PIUBLISIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. Advertisers are requested to be particular in marking the number of insertions on each advertisement, otherwise they will be inserted 'and charged for till eoqntermagqded. Orders for withdrawil or alterations, must be sent to the oilce (in writing) :before noon on the day prior to publication.. . All communclations intended for insertion must be aunthenti. cated by the name and address of the writer-not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. We caniiot undertake to return rejected cormnnunications ,WE?DNiTSDAY., FEIBIUARY 22, 1860.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 February 1860

COM.IMERCIAL INTELLiGENCE. * --·t--4- 'We quote tlhe.followiig from thie Sydney' 3Torniny Herald of. Friday last : - Wh?at ant F?nur.-The flnour market Is brisk at 201 for fine' and 18t for second quality 'per ton of 2,'00 lbs. lGood samples of wheat comniand 7s Ed to os per bushol : bran Is 3d:per bushel. IBiscuit. -Mr. Wilkio's qsbtatoens: Cablu Ole, 'and navy 10s per 100 lbs. Mr. Ilamllton's: Cabin -biscult 27n, and ship los, per IO0 lbs?. " rcald._-Sted.,per 2.1-, losat.:. nttetheres"tlat.--Beief 2ld to 2?d, mutton 4d to 4?.I, pork fd to ld. oenal, Ent per lb. lamb, Os'd fto To per quarter. " Poultry ani Dairy.Prodiihco.-Fowls Os 6d to 3I de, ducks 3;: to'ss' tdl. wild ducks 4s to 5s, teal 2s to Oa Od. geese so to Is, turkeys to 12s,'plgeons Is fi per couple;: roasting pigs n s to 7s each : butter Ott to Is, cheese 7d to 8d, bacon and hams St to ad, lard 7d to I8dper:lb. ; eggs is 3d to Is fid per dozen. Vegeetblcaes.-Potatoes 71I to 91, ouions 71 'to lt per ton; cab. beges s to...

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MR. SECRETARY EAGAR. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 February 1860

MR SECRETARY EAGAR       FROM THE SOUTHERN CROSS.) Geoffrey Eagar was born in Sydney, in the year 1818. -After going through the usual course of instruction, he completed his educa tion with Mr. W. T. Cape, at whose private academy he had as contemporaries Mr. Forster, Mr. Robertson, and other gentlemen who are now filling prominent positions in public life. On leaving school, he went as a junior clerk into a mercantile house; and continued in active business employment until 1854-during the last ten years of which period, he held the post of managing clerk in the house of Messrs. Thacker and Co. In the early part of 1854, Mr. Eager joined the Bank of New South Weles as Branch-Accountant,-in which capa city he matured a system of inspection of branch accounts,-which, as we are informed, proved highly satisfactory. In September; 1859, the late: Government - at the request of friends who had faith in Mr Eagar's capacity for puvlic life,-appointed...

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VICTORIA STORE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 22 February 1860

VICTORIA STORE-This large and beautiful edi- fice has been this week opened by Mr. G. L. Fuller as a general store. The building is not yet finished, but the shop.department is now completed, and presents a grand apppearance, having the whole front brilliantly lighted by large plate glass windows. When the whole building is completed there will be no business premises in the town at all compara ble to it. We need not remind the public of Kiama that the enterprising proprietor of the Victoria Store- an edifice so ornamental to our town-de serves a fair share of patronage as an acknowledg- ment of his successfulefforts to improve the appear ance of our town. THE CUTTING ON PIKE's HILL.--The contractor for the cutting on Pike's Hill has commenced opera tions. Although much has been said against the work during the late municipal election, we think it is a work of equal importance, at least to those who traffic the road from Jamberoo to Kiama, to any other that might be undertaken. On t...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 22ND FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 February 1860

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. (ASIDOED FROM TllI HERALD AND ZsEiE.) LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 22ND FEBRUARY. TUE -Legislatiye Counioil sat from twenty--ive mainutes past four o'clock until ten minutes to saine. .The royal assent was received to the Maitland G.as Bill, and the-Loans Bill for 1860. The resolution proposing a subsidy for tele -graphic communication with Europe, of which 'theo Secretary for Works had given notice, was 'discussed, and which was as follows:- " That this House is of opinion that tele graphic communication with the United King 'lom should be established at as early a date as practicable, by means of a line to be constructed 'and maintained from this colony to East Java, 'on the basis of an annual subsidy, not exceeding -9,625, conditional on the completion of the line and its 'maintenance in effective working order; such subsidy to be granted for a term, not exceeding twenty-one years, to any company 'of the stability of, which satisfactory assurance s*...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 February 1860

TO LET, tile following PROPERTIES. Alpply to Mr. JAMES POULTON, agent, Kiath; TO STOREKEEPERS.-'l'o Let, thole com. modious and sublstantial stone-built and ,lticcoed Premises, comprising a large store, with counters and fixtures, well arranged for drapery, grocery, and storokeeping in general; largo dwelling-house attached, with out-buildings, enclosed in half an acre of ground in the very centre of busfn.ss, in the. flourishing town of Kiama, known as the K'iam'a Stores and Post-oflice, now in full trade. `Immediate possession can be given. Also, to be SOLD, on easy terms, admiraily situated for a private residence for any.thrifty party with small' means, an eligible ' HALF-ACRE ALLOTMENT, having a frontage to Collins-stfeel, and never-failing supply of good water; on which is erected a substantial cottage. Intending pur chasers will meet with any'reasonable accommodai tion for payment. Also, a BUILDING 'ALLOTMENT : is d 'fne building site for a louse of biusiness, at the south en...

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ADELAIDE. Monday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 February 1860

M ADEL'AIDE.\, a - .:. ,Monday afternoon.. There Is more.ietivit'yto .d ytinthe demnand-for. floui and wliheao th forier beingoquoted at £1'0 s. firm. The followin'g telegram ,was postedin i the Ex change this morningi: ' - ; . I".: ''Port.Elliott, 9"40 am.: A largo.steamer standiiig off. and on all morning; supposed to, be, the :ialsette..; i;npv, standing. for Backstair Passage...., . ,... , The accounts from tl e north are again very un favorable, owing to the scarcity of water. Out of a mob of 800 cattl;e, oni' their':way to Welcome Sprin'g, only 100 reached there alive. Weather cool and pleasant. Tuesday: afternoon. The: flour market continues. .to be firmn, and is .quotcd freely to.day at £15. 7s. 2c, and 7s. is easily obtained- for lardo quantities of wheat. SO' Sunday morning, althoughthe thermometer in toivn stood at'"94 in the shade, tlib Salter's Fields at the back. of Mount Lofty wore 'visited by' frost. . The wheathat to'day is closoe and oppressive. ' , .... .Wednosdiy...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. Monday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 February 1860

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. (FROM TH? I!ERALD AND EMPIRE.) MELBOURNE. M onday, 7 p.m. il~Ie large arfivals lave 'made the marikets dull. "A greatameeting is being-held to-night, In fayor' of protection. At a meeting?of the city. magistrates, on the sub ji ct of reformatories; it rsr iresolved that ten. thoti sand lonuindsblie aidied of.oyvernment for.. bdilding purposes,,and that endowments be raised by public srbscrip;titson.:- -' . ':. ::.7 ". + ' Tuiesdaiy Evening. "In: the Assembly;,'Mr. 1ar: iley has stated that 'the Government had agreed to the. proposal of the P. and O: Onm'phny;'to"chnangethe route by calling Lat Galle,:and :guiranteed?lialf of the. extra £25;000. should the other colonies not pay their share.. The. ;Government had,also sent home despatches in favor. of. formiltiging contri?ct fi;r. the leariage of the mails lietiwen, Galle `and 'Au?strg?ia onily, in connection wivith the' l?ndian,? line;' ?.' ' 'Peter, thed aboriginal chargediivith rapo, was found guilty and ...

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THE DAWN OF A NEW GOLDEN ERA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 February 1860

THE DA IPN OF A NE W GOLD N ERA." (rmoM TH6E D?oER POST.) WE are now on the eve of a period in the de velopment of our gold resougies which is likely to give a.new impetus to mining pursuits, and to astonish the world with eveo.: more glorious dis coveries of mineral wealth rthan those which in '51 and '52 made ihis contfient tl'd"" cynosure of neighboring eyes." Thli"d ers niilleniiium is-at hand, ". the good time coming, is ibodi'tF arrive" at last. We do not exactly promise ;that "' pile' shall once again be made before breakfast, nor do we assert that every hard-up miner now toiling throughout the live long day for bare " tucker" shall fossick nuggets as of yore. But we un lhesitatingly express our opinion that certain dis coveries made within the last few weeks, willlead to the opening of new gold-fields of unexampled extent, and will strike a key-note which will have the effect of increasing to a wonderful extent the little knowledge we now possess respecting the gold formatio...

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HOBART TOWN. Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 February 1860

HOBA`RT' TOWNY . - , Monday evonin'g. The silli tndia, is iirr ved from Chind, with dates to the 27th tlecember. She brings a cnrgo 6f tea. riices were high, and growers would not for ward any next season. The Anglo-French fleet was expiected in Apjil. There was no preparation for resistance on the part of the Chinese. * Piracy was rife. The rebellion was mote quiiet. The Eriglish trade to Japan is flourishing.. A ship for Sydney, with Chinese erigrants, ias off Christnias Island on the 21st January. A man and his wife have been murdered by bur glars, for the purpose of robbery.

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