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DARBY DOOLITTLE SAYS A FEW WORDS TO THE ELEKTHURS ANENT THE KANDIDATES, AN THE SHOWER OV PATHRIOTS.—DARBY'S THE MAN FOR GALWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 11 June 1859

D1)ARJY , DOOL'7TL' E F S .1.FEIY IWORDS TO VlE .' RhIP .TI7IRS ;IAN ?'T 'TIIE KA . Ill)DATifS, i.IV P/II 810 WER" OV PA. :fTIIRTOP',. D 1ARS111S T11&E JlAN FOR ' PR FAYOR OF TiHE KIAMA EXAMIINER. Well, Dim, iciushla, it never rains hlit pores down sntutliin' to. frukrily this' subltionairy nurld, orto konshume all the good tliat'.s on it, an the wairy politiks bates all for' givin' a mouthful ov unthin'. to sum ov the neti jnimped-ip palthriiots to tailnk about ; hll, thint, musha, bud ytire terrible ivell to do,'nii yude only thilik.so in.Kllinia, wiil no, less nor fore' kandildates; bud, Dian, I'ini t'tild7 autoi:ov the oull hani:feel mitee upish'-hekaize av. John Marks turnin' his bilk on theml that forked hiii up to the fine nisy-sate in the Parlimiiot huliuse; it;n ouhl Horimarsh is pOt out enttirely, an ijngry lit the; bhre iday ovbein' represitited by tiny uther, ayyo; an. uther purty boys ov the sane cruked.stitnmp ut-. thered quilre sayeas to'the samune diskordant ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE "NORTHAM." NEWS TO THE 18th APRIL Sunday, 7, p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 11 June 1859

* ARRIVAL OF THE " NORTHAM." : NEWS.,TO THE 18th APRIL r~jvitOM T;I5ERAL 5 ADELAIDE COflRESPOi5DFN1'.] ' undiy, 7, p.m.. The :'Corio arrived at the Port this evening, with'; the ,: and 0.'stennmer Northrra's mails, to 18th Parliament to be dissolved immediately. Minis t ersto remain in office. War panic prevailing on the Continent. : : a cotigress of the Great Powers for the settle 'ent ol the Italian question is.to be held. Enormous preparations for a campaign 'are being: made by France, Austria, and Piedmont. The King of Prussia intends abdicating the throne. The life of the King of Naples is despaired of. The Marquis of Waterford was killed whilst ?'he' bill to-legalise marriage with a deceased wife's sister has been defeated in the Lords. A riot had taken place in Galwty, occasioned by alectirf?edelivered by Signor Gavazzi. A public thanksgiving was to take place on the 1st of May, on the pacification of India. The reduction of the income-ta* will involve a decrease of revenue.a...

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WANTED A LEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 11 June 1859

VANTED A ftaI?rII.--iLrni ?t? h's btn for some time past sourely. nfiictell, by. the beiscce of a " lu g,lly qoallifidtl" mnedical'manl. Sovenil:citses have lately h,d it melancholy a'ndl'fatl termininomino,' 'wviich, lid prtiper 'iid skilful' iiudibidl assistance been, available, w; e 'tirnily believe would have:re-. suited otherivisea. ''rh.riuiis aLt present a' youig Iman lying lanagerously ill in this town, whose existence is rendetred very precarious by the total absence of a physician.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 11 June 1859

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. J rORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALB. . June. 4.-..Himalaya, Danish ship, 660 tons, Captain Dendicen, from Manila '6ih April. . June 4.-Eagle (s), 200 tons, ?Captain Chnatfield, from. Eockltampton 8sth, Giladstone 30th ultimo. June 5.- Wa? na |l'onga (s.), 700 tons, Captain Walker, from Melbourne 2nd instant. June 5.--Sarah Anl, schooner, 130 tons, Captain Randle, from Moiann, South Sea Ilalnds 27th April. June 6 l-Emma, brig. 131 tons, Captain Holtoid, from lnranaki 19th ultimo. June 6.-'l'histle, French curvette, Captain Do Centre, from New Caledonia G26th ultimo. nDEPAnRTURES. . June 4.- Caroline, for South Sea Islands. Jiitn? 4.-- Crishna. for Nangasiki. 'June'4.-Shamrock, for Hakl.luli. June 5f.- Claramont, for Point de Gnlle via Neawcastle.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 11 June 1859

: Newspaper Establishment M IC[IINE GENER AL` PRINTING OFFICE, SSInoAr.i V? STREET'rKt ' :: THI Proprietor takes thi: opportunite of informing? the inlibitants 'd f Kiama and the surroundingi dise triet, thus he contilues to execute Printing of every;:kind and description at the lowest .possible prices, and on the shortest notice. SHaving. at eonsiderable expense ,imparted some of the most ,eautiful machinery ever introdueed into the print ins business, in .New aouth Wales. .which for speed ,aid execution of wvar, stands ilnritlled. lie would confidently esxpect, from the district a fahir" shlre of patronage and Baook \oik Cards of Address Cir tlar?, iii script typ I Receip?t hooks. Ciru. ars, in rodoilo to. Order Rooks P'osters .'romisory Notes.;. lind Hiills Iill Heanlinus, &?., Excecuted oll tile shortest notice. lThe folhwin'g Forms may lie iotlinedr at this oflihe:- ,leasue ormsia nuk llooks. Appreintiee's Indenturets 1Moley Order Books,, Feors o'f.Agreement . .. e., &a...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. (FROM THE S. M. HERALD) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 11 June 1859

CO3MMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. (roOM'TMK S. S. IMIKRALD) SFivUR.--The market is firm, nud prices have advanced £1 per t;ln. T''he iillers iio ':quotufin6e floour lit £25 per ton. - Dri;i'P;y.-The manket is firm. nmid sensonable goobds of all descriptioiis comnind ftir prians. :I{ioTso ABi :Sli.cos.--llie market is steady. 1There have been no-large sales lately, and prices .are witlnuiit alteration T'i As.- Tho market is somewhat del resse i, and priees ore a shade lower. Congious lre quoted at, from £8 to £9 jier chest. Sv;aoRs ore firm. Tho high rates 'obtained. for the crgjoes of theo Amelio lireilltt and Jteyia lit aictioll have tended to improve: pricds, H. ICE is' iill of sale, and the Speculation it this article.. has elitirelyceased. .Fine P'atn rice is now olffered at froilt. :'tii £18 per ton. ProvisoNss contiine ii) good -demand,: and: command rermnierativo rates. . .. :. ** " 1:

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MAILS BY THE "BENARES." [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 11 June 1859

A.,MAILS BY TlE 'BEINAl RES." The mails by the Peninsular and Oriental Steam ,'av'i gati .i. Compsn's steamer ientares .will be made" ujp at this oflie on buesdai, 14th June. at 9 a m. '? ;Registered and other letters to the Uiited Kin,,dom. via Marseilles, or via Southampton, but no others; will be received at the Geiieial Lostolice' until II a.m on the same dty:' . :'1? 1. Casrlsic Potmaster-Geueral. GRAN' DSc1rS i U'S MyATCH DETWRIEN PUNCII Ann WmTR -Out of the result of tao Irevious: eveuts'i?rose the IreseiifV'match--a challange " being given by Pnmich's, frieilds to pull White one mile for t'l0ln idli'i O?i 'I'uesdav. afternoon the men repaird to the appointed spot. Mr. A.' Moore acted as starter, and Ir.Spencer as judge On tne woid being gliven, both dbshed away at ia tre mend?us paice; within the first lt0 'yards Pueinch had drawni shead and pulled clean across White's :bows White now seemed to settle to his-work, and one of the most excitilng races fotlhiwed that has ever b...

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A FRIENDLY ADVICE TO MR GEORGE GREY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 11 June 1859

A FRIENDL A VICE TO .JIR. GEORGE S GAEY. .. P.R FA~Ylit OF T11 KI;lAMA EXAMIXKIt, TI,.A Sin,-I hope! yuii will Iot he offendid If I give epre.snloi to the views nod feollugs of Illtitny Ot Your ulglbbrnt ind will wisher rr gllr'diitg your rehlttloltierhl nloveleirnts. We aill whih you well, to will to dilro your el vahioni Io a ItpotllhiuI you inuuer cnn occupy with crn'dit or divaltiitogo eithcr to yourelif, yuil ct.sttituulits, or tile culolly. We aret fraid thatt your re t1o; so deeply vl.rstd ll polithit'l ernotonoy. selelnce, or tliLettligy, ns to br qutliftetl to lecture us oil Irot ttllon. etductatin, ulnd rellirolt ; nd wllhilst wi willingly accord you till pralis of i kintld, wll insoing manlt, we fetI roulptllltd to tleprlve you of a power will hI you mu-t be cotlreoitlty irncotipetuot to exercise irightll. If su pierior itellillgene, ilacumaon. nl apttuess of thoughlt titld expres. sion he tanywlltere ilp ilrtltively dIiniltlded it certailtly is itn tile trtitlit upon W B...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 11 June 1859

'TO TIHE DITOR?i OF TIIK KIfAMA EXAININKR. Sin,-?in perrihiir tllue chruonof your contemporory of MnOn dlly 'trst I Ilippuntld ti glnlir at an artlclu nigurd - Wntchlinaln," which gentlnnan (if Ihu is su:l), crldalivrsr tri throiw oat a litle coliterlimt upln ir. (Irorot G'rey. und somnu of ilii princlpanl rorirlo. Ill tl nrot plhci, ilo latlsC tlht Mr. (i. itriy pIurpones rerlglnlin In favor ,f Ai r. Frncils ''rlbrrry, nrid tlhat tihtt. cln. tinlmlnl woubl then prneure for hlr tler vilnlrnil r'uh1ip of til. '' Natlolnal o:inlrd of Edualtiolln.'" .Mr. i'nllen he woruld expect to lhu nluleo a birhiop, nnil yMr. FEmory iaj Ilge. Now. woull bll g to Infi.orm thlit M.'. \lulladhano and Mr. C (irey' supporters, th t it t i not tiis IntntllOll to relgnl Iln furor o(f airyonr wivhootv (111 I ikIvir nio donlllt but thait lie. Mlr. V , would wloli hillll n rdo); IniInl rlso. tlllt lie trealts the Ill WVtnch mIltn's" letter will)h tihat anmolltt ofconteinipt whlieh sucil a pro luction highlil...

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DISTRICT COURT. MONDAY, 6TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 11 June 1859

SDISTRIFT 'COURT.\ hMOiNDAY, GT JONE. (Before H. Ciar3, jEs., Juie.) The first sitting of this Court was held ,on Mon tlay last; .There. were sicn. .cases. on the liet :for triil, f,,r the most of' which therre reins ino aipear ianes, either for plaintiffor delenlants. 'Oni ciase. WValdro, '. Irvring,: was postponed till next sitting at the request, of piaitutitL IUTTEtIIB ,V. FRASER. IMr., Oweri appeareil for the llaintiff,: aiid Mr. Rdg ers foiiefemhnut.' - - Plaintiff 'l.dimedl 'the sum of £24 For work dotii as carpenter, upon albuildiifg'which" he (plaintiff) hadilusedt is as nIilriigci:aoademy ; the delfedant -(Frlasr) oiculpjing the saine as a kitchen;· 'His Ii inor gave ai verdict for the plainitiff of £16. susputli lhiig. he execution fur three monthls, in order to allow Fraier Iie yot'ingter tieim to sue Butters for the liike sin, which he hidl expended for him;, ind which applieared in the father's set-oll, ibut was not reccnveralle in the preset case, as it was a .tansan ...

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THE LATE COLLISION BETWEEN THE "KIAMA" AND "VICTORIA." [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 11 June 1859

AND " VIC't'titA."-'hI'' i viHtig.ati,,n instituted by the Steam Navigantion Bnard at Sydney, as to the cause of collisi bhetween the alhove steamers on the envenintl i?'hl?i24t h tiltitno, in: th hby of "Phirt Jackson, has at! legthlr terminated. The Board has publishet .its opinion, which is as tidlows: "'The primary}ca,use 1of the collision was, in corise. quence itt ttheVictoiia hcing on the wrong side of the harbor, as aftter rotitning Dawes' P',irt tolerably - close the cotirse shit steered appears to Iave en . in a direct line with a vessel lying olT'Powns' Wharf, and her side lights were thereby. hidden friini the view of the inaster of the Kitamae until too close to prevent collision. Aft6r the vessels were in close proximitiy to each other,, thi 'Boid canniet' impute blame to either nt the masters of them, as it is in evidence, that tie hlahns of both were put to port, an thelio egies of the Kiemn were iotislilels'and ro. Vtrseil--the only ciulre open to their it the.,titn...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 11 June 1859

TOI THll EDITI)R OF TilH KIAMA EXAMIOKiR. StI,-31y attention has been called to a statement reported in the Exinti'r of Ihe 7th ultlllo. to hIave beln malot by 1Dr. Altd corn at Sbhoalbaven, to the efflot that I "Illthop ltar'eer is quite wlllitg it (State Aid) shoulll le dollne awy with, and that he thtitks tile churchl woetld be far bUtter without Iti" Permit mnl to ilforml the renders of tihe Exominr that I have aseertainled front hlt lordship that or. Aldeorn hlIs undouhbtdly wminde It great miostake in stating 1as his opinlioln what he doe.s not hld. il thie contrary, the ltishop has pullicly express?Ld his reail sentitllllls on thie ~otbjret of St:atl, Atl ii thlu followlng terms :-" The servlices of the clergy, even If conitned to the mUm burs of their own denominaiti , whiocnii h they fare not, are of far greater value thli to the few thIusI:nd pollluds by whlch tLhey are remunerated. T'he paylents in tole bty thti Governmelunt to tile clergy lar', in my opinion, all llndtlt...

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[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH]. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 11 June 1859

[Bv Ei.ECIRIC '' KirieiinAPIIJ.-AEtIr.niDEni, 'ls ,iny. 3.30 pi.nm.-Tho first of. the .Phenix crnsopirri torswcrc convicted ait'iu'raleo, and sententd to tin years' penal servituidc.. *

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[FROM MR. J. G. ROSS, PASSENGER PER NORTHAM.] [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 11 June 1859

[Flto? MItR J. 0G. UIOS, PASSENCKI It PIlR 'OltT'ItAM.1 Arrived hrre,"all well,: to-day. 5!h June. 'The Government werire :defeatedl" on the Reform Bill by aljorityof 39 - .. W'ir iummiuinent.' Great lprrtirattiris f ,r iiinp;aign are being made by France. Austria;, inll Piednont. A Ctinrress of the Gre tt Po?e"dr pro?posrd, l lit preliminairies not yet settled.: 'l'Th'King of Naples is dead.. Doin A Arror do Ayala, hite Spliunish Consul at Sydtney, cominittel Suiiiled nila Loudon, on he1 18th of April. The notorious Yeli, formerly Governior of Can ton;tdied at Calcutta. 'J'nntia ''opLe !ias been cnptured and hung.

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TO THE ELECTORS OF THE SHOALHAVEN ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 11 June 1859

TO T7IE ELECTORS OF THE SIIOArIll YVE ELECTORATE. atiofte,--Thoso of you who hive Ihla much intercourse with theo buy world mru t have learned that in political, as in soelal, life, thea rro " Skh akes in the gr:as." who rlgoto and shulile with tstealthy pace along their tortuous course. polntinl their en veormed tongue from side to side, and hro?othlng the polaon Ireath of malieiuo frailirsol d, hen anil calorr it it luest likely: the. strong arm of truth and moral eorvletion of their infamy willl'reellh thOe : an the pestilent wlisperirgs of suorb hIlurroh vlerrs hove crossed my pIath more than once withii ua short tiae, I deulm It dU both ti yout nrd to inr edlf to "owellhd tlhe sltkestr," not with the hrpe of making them ashanled of tlelmslvers-far they are shh elesn, but tuhat I aty adtilnlester thie wioleausoie antidote of Truth to neuttlelze thie rvenoa of their polson. and at nOe IlIaIratu tile Uarliclprlhprrl character and purpose of their wilful nis-statements " those whom...

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ELECTORAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 11 June 1859

Er,McclioaA..-Weliave been informe'd that Mhr. George Grey throughiut the dlistrict hils beeilmost. favoribly received by the inijoirify of ':li. electors, and his poliltical prinlcipleis thoroughly apirainteal, niiid fIrot all we can 'glean froim varilns qula:rters, there are nu doubts ientertiiiued ofr his reotn'.. LxiE'Lun IN AID op TII' WESLEYAN BAZAAI#:.-- -On 'l'hrsilay evenilg Mrsr 'Beer delivered hi lecture on: Phrenology in lid of the above charitel e in stitulin. . The attendmice, cinsiilering the object. was discreditnl.ly thin, and lntltt have hin eans,. of mntch aluniylnce. iuddis appintieit, nlt only ito the Indies who had isecetssfully s',licited the ptronl nte of the lecturess, but alsoo o. that lady hIrsilf.: ''lile.npathy has liven attributed to the tait that tihe led ctre weas Ipostponedl fron 'T'uesdahy till Tliirs-ley eveniing--i most lailte shterfulge for anyone haIIv ing the slightest pretentiols to chitritale fieelings or a innuly sympathy with the exertions ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 11 June 1859

TO THIIe KISlTOt (F Ti, KIASIA EXAMINKIC. SiL.--Mr. Samuel William Gray statrl at his meuttng on oTuesdoy loit he was no rqlutltr. and shaortly after stated thllt h Iclt i lotaseu of land fronl the GoUvrnlmot. for whitch hI was obltigd to psy his reut in adtvnLIe, Iad? that ho hold it under theu low rquattilg regolatiols, thllt I, that ho slloul glvu, t. up if rieiured by theml. I a?k yoll. 'ir, is this sttrteent traul as I, flr siy Ipart, know lnot, only upon l t st Ltemtlnt tlldlu to me, nud if true, whutt'%do,: he m?e)u ? Is not he sn ?ut tter in ?oolmu dwinos or othur, ultllur in it groutur.or _ls.er dlgrour - ? Yours, &?. Ki nl:lti;glt . QUFaY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 11 June 1859

1 1awarra House Ao?tdemy. T iEIE public Examination of Mr. FTustler's SiScholars will take place on Wednesday next the 15th instant, commencing at hailf-plst Tr?n' o'clock, n.m. 'his notice is intended as an ilvitla tion to those parties who take an interest in Educa tion. Mr. Hustler takes this Opportunity of.intimatiing that the Mid.winter vacation commences on the alhovo date, aunl termiintes on the- 16th July, 1859. M" [?S"HUS'TLER wishe .it too e:kinowi onhat. her p:liils iwill bu ex'minind on Thursday, the 16th"' instant.: . ' el" The'Stable Miracle! 'imHE WI.ONDEUlr CUL II eied?hf""ted ',, ROW'S 1E113Rt).!' lT[ON, or VAI?liElt d IRIIN"" ." iare induled 'persons interested in' the cure of thlti noblel anim:1, the horse, to communi".ate.a great number of in terestin'g easis to the proprieturs J. O. lWhite, , sq., lrnny years a stud-master to the Australian Agricultural Company, Port Stephens, ex presses his 'opinion that "no one ought to travel with ount it its curative effects...

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THE "HERALD'S" NEW YANKEE PRINTING MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 18 June 1859

TnzE "HERALD's " NEW YANrKEE ParNTrNa MAOHI?E.-We (Herald) statedlsome time ago tlihat an order had been forwarded to New York for a Rotatory Printing Machine, invented in America, and capable of producing 12,000 impressions per hour. Several machines of this kind have been in troduced into the large printing establishmcnts of Great Britain.. The cost is indeed great. Delivered and set to work in this city, we fear it will not be much less than £6,000. It is diflicult, without drawings, to explain the construction of this ma chine. A large horizontal cylinder revolves on its axis. In this cylinder the types are embedded and fastened. The large cylinder being put in motion, the type is carried successively to six impression cylinders, which are placed horizontally with the large one, and arranged at proper distances around it. Six persons are required to feed the machine with sheets, which, after receiving the impression, are carried out by means of tapes, and laid regularly in heaps...

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PER FAVOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 18 June 1859

PER FAVOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. Dear :Darby, I'm so glad to hear that you hay offered yoursilf as a mimber for Sholchavent I hope I'll hav the pleasure of seein' perched on the tip-top of the poll. I wudn't hay sent the. Mare down to you, only I thort you were fond of horse flesh, or asses trayen. Bad scran to tlhe elekthors o' Kinma-thoy hadn't the politeness to sind me a rekisishill to invite me into the field; or its meself would have served them till the heart would have gone out of me. Be jakers, isn't he a hopeful kan didate tlhat redikuled his own father whin argufyin' about the Jerringong municipality; a krime that his own childher will be saved from be rayson ov not bein' able.to count the kindhred.. Och,:Darby, I have the black niews to tell you my ould sweet heart is dead, God rest her soul, rnd may all bad things die wid her. I'would have tould you of her death sooner, only-waitin' till she'd die. If you see any onoe down your way that would be likely to shoot me, send ...

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