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KIAMA LABOR OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 28 May 1859
KIA MA LABOi"R OFFIdE. Farm laborers (In demand) . .. o0.to 22 0 Female servantsa ... 0 20 Useful lads . 15 0 20 3Iarrled couples . . . 45 0 0 Garden lapborcrs . .. a5 0 40 o Sltookmcu "+.: .. .? .".. "... "/ ..+3 0 0 0, Bulloek drivers .. 40 a as SHorsodrivors ... .. ? . 0... 3 40 Ploughmen . " . . .. . ...:30 0 " a. .SHFFIELD, Labor Agent, ? ~n?ning.-street Kiama. SYiNEaYWEAET AND FLOUR MARKET.--Tlie H.erald. .reports:-This market took an advance on Monday,. ' when flour roae from £21 to £24 for fine, and from £19 to £22 for second quality per too of 2,000 lbs.; and wheat from 98. to 10s. per bushel; at theso prices holders ;are very firm. Bran, Is. eid qer bushel. Bread, hd. to 5id. per 2-lb. loaf. Vegetable Market.-Potatoes, £3 to £4; onions, £8 to £10 per ton.
INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 28 May 1859
INDIA. Wo (Herald) have Bombay papers to the 26th of March. Fi'rom the Overland Bombae Times we take the following precisof general intelligence: Theie is no news of military operations. A4: teleram to the Delhi Gazette states that ;the Nawab of Furrukabad has been convicted arid sentenced to be hanged. Tile sentence has to be confirmed by thie Governor-General. The following are the latest returns of arms collectel in Oudh :;--389,.ceannon, 14i,473 fire arms, -28:289 i'sjlrds, 34,165 spears, 490,576 micellaneoms. Thie Rohillas and Arabs have plundered Chowrasee, a town at the distance of two days' journey from Hyderabad. A fiirce has been sent firom Jaulnah in pursuitof them. The Phenix liashceard that the Begum is. in Chumparun witlh a number of rebel followers, and not.in Jung Bahadoor's territories, as was supposed. A telegraph wire is to be laid to Simla, to en able the Commandei-in-Chief to communicate with the military authorities, in all parts of the country. The railway fro...
DISCOVERY OF GOLD-FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 28 May 1859
DJscovEnY OF GOID-FIELD.-.-On Thursday, the - Commissioner of Crown Lands received a claim from a person at the Burra, who professes to have discovered a gold-field in the North. Nothing is Sstated as to the locality of'this El Dorado, bhut the fortunate individual promises the Crown Lands Office a speedy visit. The American Secretary of the Treasury, in a recent document, suggests an invitation from the United States to the commercial countries of Europe to meet in a respective body for consulta tion on a uniform currency, uniform weights and measures, and a uniform system of commercial statistics, being of the opinion that this reform would be favorably received, and probably adopted, .by each of the countries so represented."
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 28 May 1859
MISCELLANEOUS. "' (anos! THa HoME NEWS.) Stratford-upon-Avon is being provided with a connecting loop of railway. A pilgrimage to the great poet's birthplace'will be more than ever in cumbent on Englishmen. "An American agent," says the Critic, " is now in treaty with Mlr. Dickens for a tour of' read. ings through the States. It is said that an offer of a guarantee for .£30,000 has been offered." A chess niatch is now in progress at Paris ber tween M. Mongredien, the President of the Lon don club, sand MIr. MIorphy. The two first games were played on the 26th of February, in the pre sence of several eminent French players, amongst whom were noticed MV. de Riviere and MI. de St. Amant. The conditions are that the winner of the first seven games, as was the case in Mr. Morphy's matches with Harwitz and Anderssen, is to be thie victor. Present score:-Morphy, 4 Mongredien, 0; drawn, 0. The schleme for the erection of a People's Pa lace at Muswell-hill is being quietly matured, and its p...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 28 May 1859
DIARY.. " DAIs OU ON ? ?N I ooNO8 ORNINo .MONTH WEEK. IERIDN. RM. UN E . TIDe o . .. . . . I.. nI. [ I . .. I I Dl. Mray 28jS . I. ;5 0S 8 5 4 55 I 5 4 33 :..,2!........ I 57 6 5', 4 5 53 0 8 ,, 30 3I........ 57 14 7 0 4 04 27 0 31 ,, SI .......l 57 3 7 0 4 4 l 28 7 17 ,, IW ........ 57: 7 o 54 N. 7 3, ,, 7 ..... 4 53 1 8 is5 ,, 8F........ 57 0 7 4 53 ] 9 ?3 THE KIAMA EXAMINER. PUBLISHED WEEKLY.
LATEST FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE SARDINIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 28 May 1859
LATEST FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE (FROt THE EVENING EDITION OF TIE OLOBE, MIARCH 18.) [BY SUBJIAIRINE TELEGRAPH.] SARIDINIA. TunRIN, Thllursday.-Private lItters from tilhe frontiers innounce that the Austrians hod com metced preparatious to lay uines for the pur? pose of blowing up the bridge of Buffalora, over the Tioino. The number of volunteers arrived here al ready exceeds 6,000 1men. ITAI"Y. ROIME, Thursday.-No further despatch.of reintorcements has liben nIlotitied to thie Pope iy France. It is a.serted in solme quarlters that a note of thePpall Goverunm.nt has been lately addiessed:td.the Duke de Graulmmclten, reqtlestiing the evliii'silibn of thile Stales of thle Church by~ the Frenoh troops us early as possible. AUSTRIAN STATES. MIt.AN, Wedni dlay.-On the occilsion of'a dinner Iparlty, tie Governr-General halld asured hIis guests that peace would ere l.,og be consoli dated. A different opilioll, however, prevails in militaly circles. I . CIRCASSIA. * Sr. PEIERSBURO, Thu'r.day.-Ad...
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 28 May 1859
" 'OTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Adviertisert are requcstod to be particular in marking the numberof ihsertlooson encah advertisenunt otherwlset they, will be inserted and charged for till countermanded. Orders for withdrawnal or alterations, must be sent to the ofiee (in writing) on the day prior to publication. All communicntions intended for insertion must bho authenti cated by the nomoe and address of tile writer-not necessarily for puhllcntlon, but as a guara?tee of good faith. We cannot undertake to return rejected communlentious SA TURDAY, IMAY 28, 1859.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 28 May 1859
: IPPING INTELLIGENCE. Ma ' . - PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. . - May 18.- William Alfred, schooner,- Captahi Tfilyi.* from Wellington. May 18.-Regia, brig, Captain Urquhart, from Ba tavia. May 18.-.Phcenician, barque, Captain Mitchell, from London. May 18.-Eagle, American ship, Captain Williams, from Hong Kong, May 19.-Atmosphere, American ship, Captain Hunt, from Hong Kong M-s---O.-Johu- Ormerod, Captain Servier, from Adelaide. May 21.-Rose, French ship, Captaid Derirs, from Calcutta, May 23.-London (s.), Captain Cottier, from Mel bourne. DEPARTURES. * May 90.-' heetah, for Wellington. May 21.-Crusader, for Guam. May 22.-Don Juan, for Moreton Bay. May 23;-Anne, for Howe's island and Port 'do * irance. ' SAIL Ho !-Our "offing" presented a lively andpros perous appearance on Wednesday afternoon. No Iss . than four sailing vessels and a steamer were to be seen almost within hail of each other and close in shore. Those on board must have considered themselve highly honored by the loud and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 28 May 1859
Nespaper NEstablishment : :i , i.?. ? AND+ :MACHINE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE,. SunOA HAVEN STREET, KIAMIA. TrHE Proprietor. takes this opportunity of iiforming I the iuhabitacts oft Kiama and the surrounding dis trict, that he continues to execute Printing of every kind Sand description ab the lowest possible prices, and on the shdrtest notice. . .Having at considerable expense imported some of the mossibeautiful machinery ever introduced into the print~. ing business in New South Wales, which for speed and execution ofiwork, stands unrivalled, he would confidently expect: from tile district a fair share of patronage and sapport. .. ' ' ' Book Work Card's of Address' Circulars, in script type Receipt Books• SCirciiars, in ronde do. . Order Books Posters Proniisory Notes - Hanid Bills -..: Iill. Headins, &e;., ? Exeoiited..o t7 ii¶test niotice. .Tollof1winduo~'r rmo'ty be obtained at thi offlice : "Lease Forns iR 'm " 'Bank Books / Apprentice's Indentures . Money.Order Books!-...
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 28 May 1859
,SYDNEY MARKET .PRIOES. ' s D.. £ S. D., Wheat,'per bushel 0.. ... 09 .9'3 to 09 .6' Maize, ditto ... .. :..0:..3 0 03 3/ * Potatoes, . 10 ... .. ... 3 0 '4 0 0' Onions, ditto . 0 ....' 04 o 0 4 6 Flour, ditto... ... 21* 0 0 0 0 0, Butter, per lb, ... ... ... 0 1 6 '0 . 9 Bacon, ditto ... .. . 0 0 8 ' 0 '0.10 Eggs, per doz. ... ......0 1 9 0 2 0 SPigs,each . '::.. .. :. i ..0 16 0 40. 0 Calves, ditto .. 0 ... . 0 10. 0 020 .0 . Bark, per ton .. ....... .. not saleable.. - W. HEZLET,-Commissionh Agent, Sussex-street. Sydney, May .25, 1859. ' -
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. CAMPBELL & RUSSELL'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 28 May 1859
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. OAMPBELL &' RUSSELL'S PRODUCE CIRt ULAR: £ . d. 'd. ' £ s. d.' Flour ... ... ... ... 18 0 0.t621 :.0 0 Wheat .. . 0 9 3 0 9 6.. Bran ... ... ... .. O 1 38 0 0 0.: Maize ... ... .. ... .0 3 ,0 : --3 3, Barley (English) ... 0 2 6 C 3. 0': Ditto (Cape) ... . .... Q 2 . 0 , 0 .Hay .. ... ... ... 3 10 0 ' 15 0 Potatoes ... ... ..; ...,3 00 . 4 0 ,Onions - ... .. , ... .. . 5 , "0. 0 . : : .Butter ... '......",.. :0 1 " . 0 1- 9 Cheese .... ... ... .. ' 0 6 ', 0 0 8 Bacon ... .. .. .... 0 8 '0 0 10 Eggs . ... ... .. O" ' 2. 0 F-owls--- ... . 3 .. 0 4 0 ..Ducks .. ..; . .:. . 0: 4 . 6 0 ,. 0 Geese ... 8. 0 0 10' 0 l'riiTkeys. ' ..10.' 0 .. 10:. 0 15 0 Pigs .. ...-- . : 0'.0 .per lb. . Calves ............ .0 25 .0 050 0 BHides ... ..'.. /..'.O 0 0 12 0' WholesaileProdice:and Buitter Store, 77, 8ussex-:.: . street, Sydney,.:May25, 1859; . -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 28 May 1859
· rTO GEORGE GRAY, Esq. T~TE, the undersigned, electors of the Kiama .y V .. district, request that you will allow your self to be placed in nomination to represent us at the forthcoming Election in the Logislative Assem bly, and we pledge ourselves to use our most strenu our efforts to secure your return. William Howard Samuel lHall Robert Howard Joselh W ston Henry James Joseph Weston Francis Carbery Jolni Gipson Johostone Morow William Gaken James Barton Hugh Gray John \ armsly John Weire Thomas Brown William Harris James Mulholland Charles MeCabo John Groat James McCabe Andrew Nelson Thomas Hetherington Jame? Rutledge Christopher lietherington Casper Ratledge Samuel Clows Daniel White James Sweeney Peter Lastranre John Milligan Robert Ramsay James Kenney Henry Ramsay h ugh Lattemer John Morison John \\ alker William Gray John Hicks Thomas M'Fee Smyde Johnston John Gray, Jun. \\ illiam Johlmston Christopher Graham Adam Hoyd William Graham Daniel Boyvd James Graham James Hoyd Robe...
POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 19TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 28 May 1859
POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 19TH MAY. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Moses Arnold was charged by William Colone with stealing five saplins, value Is.' Defendant,. in defence, said he had cut them to repair a fence for the purpose of keeping complainant's cattle from destroying his crops. The Bench in consideration of defendant's respectability and the paltry nature of the case, dismissed defendant on payment of 6s. 4d. costs. Dixon King appeared to answer to a charge of assault preferred by Richard Bushell. It appeared that defndant saw a hoe of his in complainant's possession and &nbsp; proceeded to recover it by force. In the scuffle which ensued complainant," kissed the dust," defendant drag- ging him along the ground while down and still grasp ing the peaceful.imployment of the fray. Fined 5s. and 2s. 6d costs. Willliam Wilmot was brought up on warrant for violently assaulting Fanny Wilmot, his wife She de posed that prisoner had cut her in the eye with a lamp,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 11 June 1859
STO GEORGE GREY; Esq. WtE, the. undersigned, electors of the Kiama V district, request that you will allow your self to be placed in nomination to represent us at the forthcoming Election in the Legislative Assem bly, and we pledge ourselves to use our most strenu our effotts to secure your return. William Howard Samuel Hall Bobei't Howard Joseph Wlston Henry James Joseph Weston Francis Carberv Joln Gipson Johnstone Morrow William Oaken James Barton Hugh Griy John V armsly John Weiro Thomas Brown William Harris s'ames Mulholland Charles McCabe John Groat James lcCabo Andrew Nelsoii Thomas Hetherington Jame- Rutledge Christopher Hetherington Casper Rutledge Samuel Clows 1Daniel White James Sweeney Peter Lastrance John Milligan Robert Ramsay James Kenney Henry Ramsay Hugh Lattemer John Morison John Walker William Gray Jolui Hicks Thomas M'Fee Snuvde Johnston John'Gray, Jun. 1 illiam Johnston Christoplher Grahain Adam Iloyd William Graham imiiel Boyd James Graham J: .ame.s. . . . Rober...
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 11 June 1859
SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. ' s. .D. $'£ s., ,. lVhent,'per bushel ... '0 8 , td 0 9 3 Maize, ditto .. "0' 3 0 38 ( Potatoes, ... :.. ... ;.. :0 0 4 10 0 Onions, ditto .0. ..0...O:6: 0 0 10 0 -Flour; ditto... ... ... ...25'0 ,0 0 0 (I Butter per, perlb. ... ... 0 2 0 '0. 0 0 Bacon, ditto 0... 8 ??. 0 0 9 Eggs, per doz. ... ... ... 1 9 0 2 0 Pigs, each. ........ 0 -4,0 0. -6 C?nelfie ditto . .. 0150- 110. 0 Btirk, per ton ... .....not saleable. ,V" H;EZLET~, Commission Agent, Sussaex=street. Sydiey, June 9, 1859.;
STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 11 June 1859
'STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAIt. tlesmrs. Garland mlin Biniham r eport that tlis weok li .tl, 1:a ,been ldone in store cattle inteiiaed ftr the , southeru llistriet. Forslockling new ranis a have made sales at prices ranging .from 38s. to 4.5s., according to quality adl terms. SToa. Sirr.-Nothing doig, andi the mirket quito F r SE P,?:?-'Mnrket glutted, nndl sles at ?Veerv sioW prices difficult to effect. Hines Aso TALLOW.--Demand gooUl; we hIlae sold at advatnced pries.. : STATIO Ss.-Little doing, and we cannot look for'much improvement until the 'lections are over
RIDING DIFFERENT STEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 11 June 1859
RIDING DItFF'REN'NT STEIDS. This is the. age of preaching and spouting - cmn diditesto promising;l, nIl peoplo shllluting. We shall, tlhrel'tr,"' ritr readers ia few sermons whlich. Ih ..Ite n ,i a quniint annd hunioron s style,' o,"y a mora ,ndl ue.efull lesson of everylay liif., cnd which ..'.oil wisely a.nd iii god spirit, will prove. ... eable and hie acccptable to all. SERMiON Filt'T. S TXT: AcorseIthJ fleldt and o'er the tide On Fit ct's urIy horse I Iddc. Mr Fl.?isRas,-I hase iidden l t ny at hard horse in my diev, ind iight too: buto the Ihaviest itel that :ever I strode was ia trip .hanmier e i it a blilcksmit's shop, pr. pellet by water-llpower and the deviltry of a son of Vul ean. 'The atnimal wtas set sullenly ag,,ing while I wa, astride, inoralisiug, philosophising, scrutinlishi._t, and preaChing "gainst all, vices - ot'rgerv in particular, and all thersi gener'llav. liThat was a hard horse to ride. I coull tinither stolp the beast nor get off; so I hehl on. like opli t...
HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 11 June 1859
HORSE MARKEIT. Mr.N'Chzirles Martyi3 rport--Little business during the:iieelU 'The transactions have been almost entirely limited:to private sales, at prices similar to tho3, men tioned.in formier reports . : Mr J Wooller 'reports:-Not much bIuiness doing this Week. Plenty of buyers tfr first-class horses, and will:sell at satisfactorv prices about 49 horses sohl since last report Cart horses.sold at £30 to £45, wairranted to drawt a ton tp Drnitt-street. Gig and carrioge horses. in good condition, sold at £25 to £40. Saddle horses, £15 to £25. " toc~k horses, £9 to £11 ; inferior, ollne 3-ares for the New Zealand market, £15 to £20 per headh. " TILE KIAMA EXAIINI[El . PUBLISHIlD WEEKLY.
EAST SYDNEY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 11 June 1859
Et'St7r'SYb)Vkl" .gELE"7I"O.. \Ve are indebted to' Captain Fletcher of the the Mimosa, for the result, of the polling for the LEastt Sydney election. The arrangements proved very satisfactoe y -quietness nndm the most orderly conduct clharncterised the day's proceedings. Cowpcr ,,art Pa]rkes? 1,051 31artiu .. .. ... 1,349
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 11 June 1859
. OTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ..Advertlser areroreqesteod'to ,e particular in marklng tho number of Insertions on euch ?.lvertisoment otherwies they will be nasertid and charged for till countermruded. Orders for w' /-withdrawal or altlifistions, must be sent to the office (in writing) on the day.prior to publication. ;'All communications intended for insertion must beh authent-: .anted by. the name and address of the.writer-not necessarily. for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. ' We cannot undertake to return rejected communications SATURDAY, JUNE.11; .1859.