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THE "EMPIRE" NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 21 May 1859
TI: "FiIrupIm" NEWvsPI'Pa.-The disposition -of this ploperty has been finally settled. The reading' pihblic of this district will be glad to learn that the Empire will be re-published under an en tirely i'ew rmanageir ent.. 'The plant, copywright, andl ook debts, hItave been prin.ately disposed of by Me'rs.: Deane, and . Co., to Messrs. Hanson and Bilnct.tfor the stun of £6,500. As its tone will be ithroughly liberal it will be hailed by many who are, sabout :to take ian active lpart in the approach ilig:elottions,' as a 'powerful: ally. Slight as our knowledge is of the gentlemen who form the pro prietar'y,we .leel coufilent that under their manage tmein.t.tlemutd which has of late become imnpera .tivye. i Sydny, namely,; thnatof a first-ceass I.rnntAL daily journal, will. b"ellicienitly suppllied.
EXAMINER OFFICE, Monday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 21 May 1859
lxAminxitn OFFICE, Monday Morning. .E4iri"F * hitiihb.-We.hard late on.S.aturday evehiiii g' tlit Gcor4g Ghi'jr, Esq., is likely to retire Svin: l 'Avr ) Mr Cullin o Jalmberoo. : Si.tiius YAcclEir'r.-On Sunday: morning a mnn' unnnaiil Rolndd, intlhe employ.,of Mr. Crawford, of theKiama Hotel, while in a state of intoxication, iell into the kitchen fire of the hotel. There:wns no one present but a little girl, who on seeing what had' happened, called loudly for assistance, eneavor ing, 'meanwhile, to drag him from the flames. Several members of the family come to the rescue; but, we are sorry to say, libt before the unfortunate man had been severely burnt from the hip to the 'shoulder on the right side. Dr. Gregory was in attendance immediately. Roland had come to the house drunk, and did not get any liquor there that day. We understand the hccidentwill not prove fatal. . V..; .. ; .... . .. . . .. ".
WHOLESALE PRICES' CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 21 May 1859
W1HOLESALE 1RICES' CURRENT. £ .d. Le.d. Wlin tpgr.buobel ;:r !...r .. ", ...t:! ?.0".0..9':3,0to;0 9; Ilnlzed o(0do' .. 0 3 "0- 0 3 3 anrey dodo ..'.0 2 6 0 0 0 hIutter per lb .0 .1 0 ', 0 ..9 Cheaendodo . .. 0:'0,6 0"ý0 " 'Ihide e nehi.` ". ". " . .0,0 :0 ~012 0 Focei per pair .... 080' 3 . 0 I SIA.pLer dteneo 0 1' " 0 20 Pntaitoes portton. - 01 0t^3 150'11 Inr dy.: :: nemand,. 91)I OM I torket nlhartca' a. ",otto SulMMOv IY~t.'lnriethar, Sydneey, May 18, 1859...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 21 May 1859
'It is withll much pain and regret that we this week preseant our.readers with half anllExamine but we are compelled to do so on account :of.a tempforary deri gement of a portion of cur print ing machine, which was discovered too late' ti; be remedied in tiime for this issue. ii order:; therefoe, not to "disap|.,int our advertisers, w&e publish the whole of their advertisements. '}Ver" MIr. Banht here we would not have to claim, asi we now do, the indulgence of our. friendslfor a.. .disappointment whlich we trust, they will.bi-lieve causesuS as much. annoyance as. it does them burt we .promise to make amends for:'this next week.:
THE BERRY-BARR LIBEL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 21 May 1859
LTa's BERRY-BARR LIBEL, CASE.-:In answer: to . the inquiries of our friends we would state that this case hian not, up to our :latest intelligence from Sydney on Friday, been called for trial. According to iinstrctions. Mr. Barr left Kiama. for .Sydney on " the 9th instant, and' ha-, canrequently, now been enjaivytig for the space of two weeks, the pleasure of the "law's:dela."!' It is thoughitthat the trial will not come.on this term.. t . Piioic l?I?NEit It ill.. e seen by advertise. " ment thhi Tue.day eveti!ig nekt, the, 24ith,instat, is t?:alpiinted' fir th;e ?cin niiraniautioon of 'thifs .vell meritedil tribute of respect- itial iidmiraitioai" t!i our hitte re;.reset-ittiie, John:T Mlarik, Esii. .aa auntaader ;itaii tlatitii 'aictive ntl blflci?eit comaitltete atre ex 'ertiaig tlieriiaselves in tiinler which '' eirdoulit not will saecure the utaqualifield. l,pproblation of' the pin ticipailtt? ir.H tiiitle?a "lita in,, iitialertilkeei 'ta pro vide the '! cresitune "comainfirt,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 21 May 1859
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 21 May 1859
'i 'cos\ý N T'sA PPLYY ' t: ea?tio abei?'t the ' Kie?,s' e w e ? . . , : , : ,.. .. . . . : .. . :Fire Works, Fire Works, tire Works S;: L'A R G=E , S S;OR T ME;N T 'on` S'AIi'E FULLER & WALDRON'S STORE. NOTICE. . ,. Kiama Boot and Shoe Establishment. ' M'DONALD' begs to return his 'sixicere' e thanks to the inhabitants of Kiama, Jam- beroo, and Gerringong, for their past liberal patron age, and.begs.to call public attention to his present very large stock of newly-arrived and seasonable Boots and Shoes from the first houses in Sydney. Men's pegged ani sawed Boots (all square toes) Ditto American, ditto. Stout Wellington Boots. Ditto Women's 'and Children's- Boots', and Shoes of all sorts. And will isoll at very moderate prices. ... Also, Colonial worik in stock made to oider on the shortest intice. N;B.L-Rimimhe r.Jnasrly: jpo'i t or?l e ;ol d:es: tablisi;nenut,.Shoalhaven-street, Kiama,. , e.. Plaii and, Ornamental Stone-Cutting..,?i S'4 AIRETT FLYNN begs to infrmi the pub...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 28 May 1859
R. O EORiGE GRAY'S IMEETINGS: J.?ambereo, Hukins' Hotel, WEDNESDAY, 2nd Juni, at 1 p.m. Shell Harbor, Martin's Hotel, THURSDAY, 3rd Jun?, at 1 p.m. T'ie Meadows, School House, FRIDAY, 4th June, at J. BLOW, Secretary. . HENRY SIMMONS holds a regular Sale by Auction every Wednesday for Horses; ndvery Thursday.for Cattle. rses or cattle intended for sale shoiuld arrive in I ma (unless otherwise arranged) three hours pro ions to sale. HENRY SIMMONS,iam Kiama.
WHOLESALE PRICES' CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 28 May 1859
WHOLESALE PRICES' CUIRRENT.. S£ a. d. £ 8. . Wheat per buahol ... 0 9 3 to 0 0 0 ,3Maizedodo , .. . . ... 0 0 0 3 Barley dodo .. .. .. ..0 2 6 "0"0 0 .Butteorper lb ... ' .. ' 0 1 0 0 1 0 Cheose dodo : . . .. ... 0 0 6 0 0 8 Baconperib .. .. .. ...." 11 0 8 0 0 10 Hides each.; ... . ... .. . 0-10 0 0 12 0 Fowla per pair ... ... .. . ..' 0 3 0 0 4 ) Eggs per dozen . ...... ;..' ... 0 1 9 0 0 0" Potatoes per ton.. .. .. . ...'-... 0 0 . 4 0 0 Sigs .... In demand ,.Calves ... ... ... .. . . ditto SSOLOMON HYA, M3arket Whiarf, Sydney, May 25, 1859.
ELECTIONEERING MOVEMENTS IN KIAMA [COMMUNICATED] [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 28 May 1859
ELECTlCNTE 'RfG 4-c VEMENTS IN KL4Af4\ " " o031nM No ATEDI1 " A, public meeting of the el ctors was held on Thursday last at tha Steam Panket Inn, for the purpose of hearingigfMr. George gray express his po litical opinions. Tlih meetinb was attended by nearly a hundred electors, among whom might be recognized a few of the high (ad they think), sarcas tic gentlemen, griuning at the idea of such a plain going humble man as George Gray presuming, as they thought, to seek the suffrhges of the Kiama electors. But the great majorit4 know well though Mr. Gray does not possess tlnat great amount of oratory with which many are gifted, and very often misapply, or not use it at all when required by them, nor does he sport his cheiroot, or sip his Ma 'deira, yet they feel convinced, (rom their personal knowledge of his life and character, coupled with his philanthropic and generous spirit, that he always means siihat he expresses. Mr. Grsy, in his address, stated "that upon that day he had arr...
EAST SYDNEY ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 28 May 1859
SEAST SYDNEY ELECTiRATE.-The Hroalc gives a lengthy report of a meeting which took place .on tlihe eveninI of thhL20th instant at H ourigan's9 otel, W.illiam strcet, in order to allow the electors ii that :lociality ann;opportimity of hearing the political sentiments of Mr.: John Black, the Land League chnnipion. Tlhe chair was occcupied by Mlr. E. Beaumont. Mr.'Black, on coming foirward, wasre :ceived with' entlhusiasm. Aftecr, expressing his pleasure that the time lhand come when he could ex plain to'the electors in that locality his political sentiments, and pointing out the necessity of a :thorough; understanding between candidates and their constituents the want of whlich had repeatedly been the cause of so:much disappointment and evil, he at once commenced with the land question. It would be one of the first and most importpnt men sures which the new Parliament would have to set tle. - His surprise was great that New South Wales had, till within a short period of the present t...
SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 28 May 1859
SHOALHAVEN. [.FsRO OUR CORRESPONDENT. I :: . COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. S: (Before A. de Meostro and P. de MZestro, Esqs.) HoRNUY v ALEXANDER.-Plaintiff gave, defon-: dant in custody of the District Constable for rob bing him of £2. The parties were in company with each other at M'Carthy's public house on the previous day; but on the hearing of the case the plaintiff's statement was so plainly contradicted by his own witnesses of the loss of his money, "if lost at all." The prisoner was discharged. - Mr. John Garrett addressed the electors at Thomas's I-1otel on Wednesdaly. He gave his poli tical principles at great length, and was well re ceived. . After the address he was proposed by Mrs. Robert Lindsay, and seconded by Mr. Thomas Holnis, sen., as a fit and proper person to represent the electorate of Shoalhaven." The chair held by .Mr. John M'Arthur. On Thursday Mr..Grrett procreded to the southwsrd, accompanied of Mr. M?'Arthur, to meet the constituency at Tamarang Sand Ulladulla....
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 28 May 1859
?W?e have no objection to the priticiples'of free trade, provided the\ bd applied in their integrity, and their entirety, an be reciprocative by. all na tions ~itlili which we lhve commercial intercourse; tlhat is, that all foreig land other. countries receive our ships and prod ce of every sort into their ports upon the same' terms we receive' theirs into ours ;:otherwise: we look upon free trade as a fallacy in statesman tip,' and a cheat upon the country-a cbmplete ar to native industry, and a lpremiuin to alien stat and other nations.to pour iil ,their commnodities t our imarket, to the ruin of our meclianics, and lie great discouragemeit of all agricultural eiiterp ise and industry. A it is, "we'fii'd tihe United States vessels crowding Sydney ha b'r, and gluttingthe sale rooms antd merchants' stor'es'with furniture of: all "sorts--boots and shoe , and notious-rubbisl to be sold cheap, made in te gaols and penlitentiaties of thatsharp-seeing p ople--wlilst our mechanics are una...
PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 28 May 1859
\ Punnic MEETINO.--Oil Monday, in uruance of noitice, a meeting of the friends.of li'.' Ge/rge Grany wris hell at the Steam Packet Inn, for thb purpose of plaic:ng that gentleman in iominnation f?r the repi lresenta ion of the Kinma district. Mlr. J: Cullen having takeri tihe chair, opened the busin ss of the nmeetin to some twenty persons, subsequdntly tihe numli'rinlcreased to.about forty.. Mr. J. Blow moved, dml Mr.J. Moflitt seconded, a resoluidon that Mr. Geo ge Giray was a '" fit.and proper pqrson to represent the electors of' the Kiinama districi." Mr. Gray, oi coming forward, was received 'ith ap plause. HI-e thanked theo. meeting for thb honor thev had lone himn in proposiig him as a candidate for'the approaching electioi. It was not his inten tion to octupy their time with a long and windy speech, ad, hie was sorry to say, hie believed to be customary~iupon sut:h occasions. He would there fore, merely state in few andi simple words his fixed opinions uipon the questions of...
COURT OF REQUESTS. THURSDAY, 26TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 28 May 1859
COURT' Of REQUE'STS. TnuuSDAY, 26Trn MAY. (Before R. B. Fry, Esq.. chairman i and Messra. Waugh, Hindnimrsh, Perrott, Kendull,. and Chaptiman, J.P's ) DMSIONDS V. IliANOiiFIELD. Claim of £'2 8s. tfr work done. Voerdict for the plintilf.? FLEMMING V. FRANCIS. Plaintiff sought to recover the sum of 8s., alleged balatlC due tor lputatoes sold. Dismissed. . . .. l - i" " IIC;AlUS V. ;S1II I. " l. Plaintiff sued for £2 due for medical attendance. De feindaint had poid £1 after ihu aIsue of the sunlmons Verdict tfr plMntitt,£li. - FRAIlIS T. PAYNB. Claim for 18s , pricu of boots sold and delivered. Ver .diet for plaintiff. IMOFFIT V. PAYNI. Plaintilf stied for the sumn of £3, damage caused by defendant's cattle Verdict for the plaintill', £1 liind 2S. per head, for ten head. GUINEA V STIOBO. Claim for £4 los. damage osustained by detaiinig a keg of butter titoho detained it us h*ing a heg stolen from at man- named '(:.mieron. It wias the oplnion of tlie Bench tlhit, plainltiff ought inot ...
ROAD FROM SHOALHAVEN TO GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 28 May 1859
ROAD FROM SHIOALAVEN TO GOULBURN.-TIn-.. structions have been given by the Surveyor-General to proceed immediately with the survey of the new liie of road between Goulbirn and Shoalhaven. The distance between the two places by the pro posed roite is about forty miles.--ierald. The Bishop of Victoria (Hong Kt?ng) arrived on •Wednesdny evening in the American ship t'agle, on a short visit to Australia, to avoid the heat of the China summer.--I?d. Di. LAxa's NomtwNA'rlow.-The Sydhey papers give a lengtihly report of Dr. Lang's address to the electors of West Sydney at a public meeting held in the Lyceum Theatre on the evening of the 11th instant. We give a short slketch of the proceedings. Alderman Sutherland having taken the chair, Mr. J. Caldwell moved, and Mr. Fife seconded the resolution, that Dr. Laig was a fit andt proper person to represent the electors ol West Sydnuy. Carried .utnuimously .On the motion of Mri. Laycock a committee was formed for the purpose of securing theretur...
DARBY DOOLITTLE.—THE MARE'S NOT THE MAN FOR GOLWAY.—THE DAISINT POLIS, WISE MAGISTHRETS, AN INDEPINDINT PEEPLE.—THE FAMILY BURRA, AN ANOTHER QUARE THINGS AV I HAV ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 28 May 1859
DARBY DOOLITTLE.--THE CMAJE'S' NOT " THE M.4N FOR GOL WvA Y.-- THE DAISINT POL7S,, WVISE MA. 0IST'HRET'S, AN rD I? , PINDINT.PEEPL E.-THE FAMILY BURRA, A"'.N OTHER QUARE THINGS AVtl.HA'V ROOM. .'.-: : ,' ··.·.: -+'+,: ' ' :41 - +' PER FAVOR OF THiE KIAMiA EXAM5INER. I thank yu for nautlien, Dan, aye be m ?throtih, Sless than nauthenm. Why, .whare the 'dikens wor yu huntin' .won, 'id think yu wor aifther baiten a fox cuver, an sonauthen 'id do yer bud to disturb the Mare's nest; didn't yu kno the god man was carrien the: Alfarcury on his shouldhlers,. an all Woollengong to boot, an warn't tihalt enuff for yu : to lave him there all in hieglory in the'littlekoun sol widout sendin' him down to Sholehaven an he an out-an.out firethrader too, an a praicliehe;usha, bud its meself begins to thinkcaither yu id~ho is poken fun at the elekthurs; buid never heeddat~mn, even the boys are to., kute to be conut widiiliky words or fine promises, an the men are all -out too wise to be caut wid chaf...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 28 May 1859
To the Electors of the Shoalhaven Electorate. A T the urgent reqcuest of several influential electors, lad others, I offer mtyself as a cndidate to repre sent you ill tile ensuing arliamedlt, and, that you may judltge of my ficness to represent you, I submit my opinions on thle severni topicsof tie day: neither hastly conceived or formed for the occasion. 1.--I'aoT-cTION. 'rTlhe three great subjects that claim the attentioi of the .national legislature, are AGItICULTURIE, CO.1 IIERCE, and MANUFACTURE. ;I deem Protection to these three elements of national greatness essential to the advancement of thie colony, and thle hIappiiess of liher jeoble i to have free ports in otnenation and not in tihe other is rjust---it is thus that IFretrado is a sham and a clhats--ruinous to tihe industry of tile country. Tt2.-T LAn QuesTIosN. Tlhe presentt system annihilates tile Rights of tile People, aud mars the fitture prosperity of tile colony; ceeates ntd fosters hland-jobbers attd monopolists, a...
NEW PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 28 May 1859
NEw P?ALTAMENT.-A proclamation has been issued by the Governor-General requiring in due form persons qualified to proceedi to elect members for the Legislative Assemnbly. i The holding of the elections will comprise a period between the 9th of June and the 6th of July. The Sydney elections are to be first; East Sydney, 9th June; West Syd ney, 14th June, finishing with the Gold-Fields South, West and North on the 6th July. SYDNseEy ELECTIox.-This offers to beone of the sharpest contests we have ever had in the colony. For East Sydney, we have Messrs. Cowpor, Black, Kemp, Driver, Allen, and Benbow, and a meeting is called for to-day (Wednesday) to nominmite William C. Wentworth and James Mlartin for the same con stituency. On-Monday night, two largo and en thusiastic meetings of tihe friends of 'Mr. Allen and Mr. Black were held-the one the champion of Protection, the other of thie Land League. On to. day, also, the mercantile body hold a meeting'to consider the propriety of requestin...