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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 18 June 1859
' Newspaper Establishment ·rAND MACHI?NE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, 1SHOALHAVEN STREET, KIAIA. rpHErProprietor takes this olpportunitv of:informing j:- the inhabitants of KiCinma and the surrounding. dis trict, that he continues to execute Printing of every kind Sand description at the lowest possible prices, and ous the shorest notice. Having at considerable expenso iniported sdone of the most beautiful n.machlinery ever introdimued into tlim print Siny banoiess in Neew Sutlh Wales, which for speed and ececution oft wrk, stands uiri'alled,,hle would confidenitly Sezpcdt from the district a fair'shlaro of patronage and siippolrt. Bn oo ork Cards of Address Circuhirs, in script typo Receipt Books : ·Circuiirs, in ronde do. I Order Books SPosters . Promisory Notes Hanid Bills- Bill Ileadings,-&e., SExecuted on the shortest notice. Ti le fllowing Forms may be obtained at this office: Lease Fuorms Bank Books Apprentice's Indentures. I Money Order Books' Fhornis of Agircement I &am...
KIAMA LABOR OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 18 June 1859
* , :: :: KIAMi LABOR OFFICE. . . :' Farm aboers (in denianl) .. .. .. 30 0 to 35 0 Femalo servants .. ... 0 20 Usefil lads . '... 15 0 20 0 Sfarrled couples * 45 0 60 0 - Garden larborers ... ... .. .. . 5 0 40 0 Stockmen .. ... .. .. . 35 0 40 0 Bullock drivers .... 40 0 50 0 Horse drivers ... .. ... 80 40 0 Ploughmen ... .. ... .. .. .. 35 0 A* SiiEFFIELD, Labor Agent, .Mannilngtreet Kainina.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 18 June 1859
(COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. £ S.. D. s .D. Wheat, per bushiel .. ... O 8 6to0 9 3 Mlaize, ditto ...0 3'3 0 3 6 Potatoes, :.... .........4 0 0 4 010 0 Onions, ditto . ...... 0 6 0 010 0 Flour, ditto........ ... 25 O?0 0 0 ,0O Butter. Perlb.......... 0 .2 0 0 0".0 Bacon, ditto .:..;:0,:0-8 0 0 9 Eggs,.perdoz... . . :0 :1 9 0 2 0 'Pigs;aach '..... "... 00 0 4 0 0 6 Calves,.ditto .... ..... I5 0 1 10 0 Baik;~jier ton .. ... not saleable. W. HEzLET, Commnission 'A?eint, Sussex-street. Sydney, June 16, 1859..
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 18 June 1859
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY.. ARRIVALS. June 18.-Eagle, schooner, 125 tons, Captain Leddra, from Melbourne, 6th instant. June 13.-Helen Douqglass, ship, 849 tons, Captain Welch, from London 22nd Feobrary. June 13.-Armia, shlip, 624 tons, Captain Sommer, from Otago 2lth May, in ballast. Jne 13.--4larm, brig, 195 tons, Captain Mitchell, from Hobart Town 2nd instant. June 13.- Yarra iYarra, (s.), 350 tons, Captain Bell. from MLoreton Bay Ilth instant. June 13.-Grafton (s.), 912 tops, Captain Blix, from Clarence River 11th instant. June 14.-Lord Ashley (s.), 700 .tons, Captain Stewart, from Nelson 6th instant. June l?.-Sea Bird, barque, 450 tons, Capitain Len nox, from Melbourne 6th instant. June 14.-Union, schooner, 131 tons, Captain: Ste phens, from Hawkes' Bay 18th May, in ballast. DPARTOURES. June 13.--JTenney Linid, for Port Cuortis and?Rook hampton. . .. ' ' ; " J?une 14.- orthern Light, for Melbourne; . June 14$.;-Rebecca, f6i?rAdelaide dia Newvcastle. June 14?I:-Rose, ...
NOMINATION FOR KIAMA ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 18 June 1859
NOMiNATlO1T FbORA KIAAiA ELECTORA T. - As-a lengthy report of the speeches delivered by the moves, :ieconders, and candidates, on the above: occasibon, cnunot serve ainy electioneering puirpdsi of either party-e-oven though we should favor them with our usual accuracy--we shall content ourselves with merely remarking that the sayings of the several speakers were suited to the purpose of. the day, but so tame and spiritless, from first to last, il~ would little interest our readers, and less enlighten tlemn, were we to giire them ia full and true account of the orations. - - . o We are the less disposed to take the trouble of copying our'nQtes frnom the fact that the accuracy of ourrepoprt of Mr; Samuel W. Gray's expdsition of hiS political opinitos on the day of Mr. J. Marks' meeting, when'Mr. Gray was first proposed to thed electors, has been not only questioned but the - butter genltlemain, but in the course of his canrivass, when questioned on his strange ideas upon' the land que...
To the Electors of the Shoalhaven Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 18 June 1859
To the Electors of the Shoalhaven Electorate. .:.'A:T the urgent request of several influential electors, .A kL. and others, I offer myself as a candidate to repre sent you in the ensuing Parliament, and, that you may , judge of ny fitness to represent you, I submit my opinions on the several topicsof the day: neither hastily conceived or formed for the occasion. 1.-PnOTECTION. The three great subjects that claim the attention of the national legislature, are AGRICULTURE, COM . MERCE, and M1ANUFACTURE. ;L deem Protection to these three elements of national greatness essential to ... the advancement of the colony, and the happiness of her p"eople: tol have free ports in one nation and not in the other is unjust-it is thus that Freetrade is a sham and a cheat-ruinous to the industry of the country. e 2.--TnE LAND QUEsTIoN. Thepresent system annihilates the Rights of the People, and mars the ftture prosperity of the colony cieates and'fosters land-jobbers and monopolists, and compels t...
TO THE SHOALHAVEN ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 18 June 1859
'O T'IE SHOALIA VYEN ELEOCTORS. -4t--- I unhesitatingly answer "a few plain questions" asked by " Electoir." lst-I wrote the "Extin guisher ;' but "Elector," as everyone else, knows well that I never was "the most servile supporter of the Tory faction," or of any other which he, "Elector." has neither the honor nor honesty to admit: he is utterly incapable of comprehending true patrotism. 2nd-I know of no change.that has ever taken place in my political views or con. duct. Consistency in error, falsehood, and.base minded treachery, best suit " Elector;" they-or one.of them-never characterised the principles of G. U. A. 3rd- I considered, and still consider, the sudden withdrawal of transportation without a similar human provision being made elsewhere for the reformation and return to society of the British prisoner,, cruel, inhumane, unchristian, and un statesminlike. WVe see'thousands, once prisoners, now useful, honored and honorable members of society-through the reformatory assi...
THE WIFE'S SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 18 June 1859
THE JYIF'SSON . .. The cheerful fire is burning'love ! And I for thy footstep yearning, love, And the chlldren dear, with merry cheer, Have hailed.thy glad returning, love. Then stay at home to-night, my dear, 'Twill be a real delight, my dear, ' For there's no plnace, in the world's wide space, Like home wheol bright with love's light, my dear. No strong drink here is flowing, Ioye, iBut joy it, our hearts is glowing, love, And every day to be sober and gay, Is a secret well worth knowing,lov. Then read to me to-nilht, my lear, I'll listen with true delight, my dear; I would not change for tis world's wide range So pleasant a sound and sight, my dear. . Though clonds our lives have shaded, love, - SFlowr's from our path have faded, love, But in every grief we've found relief, As each the other has aided, love. o Then heap the fire to-night, my dear, While our hearts are bounding light, my dear, Let who will roiam, we'll strive to make home A place that love keeps bright, my dear.
TURF GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 18 June 1859
TunF GossP.-Sailor, who acquitted himself'so well at HIomebush, has gone to Melbourne, and will be followed by the Nelson lot next week; or the week after. Chevalier has been sold at £500, for stud purposes, to Mr. Wyndham. There was some rumor of a match between Lauristina and Mariner, but we are unable to say whether or not it is actually concluded.--'ra. Cnd?win o COTTON AT WIDE BAY.-An ox coellent rsiample of fine cotton, recently forwarded from the estate of Mr. James Durham and Irwin, of 66, King-street west. It is beautifully white and silky, of a very fine texture, and has been thought very .highly of by every one who.seen it; Sas much' as 15d. per pound (7d. if the pod) having. been offered for the supply of a similar article in qiuantities sufficient for the purposes of exportation. It is understood that there are several packages of :Ait asd that a bale of it is expected to arrive in 'Sydley very shortly, to be forwarded home through the firm of Durham and Irwin, t&am...
OVERLAND MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 18 June 1859
OVER~LAND MAIL. . Dow MAIL; Dr : ' UMAIL. Depts. Arrlve 1'OST TOWNS. Depts. Arriv pm CAMPBEL TOWN. n 7.40 Dally(Su.oxcep.) (Dally (f. xcep.) 0. 0 9.40 Daily (So.ezcep.) Dally M. excep) 3. 0 a----- --Wo-oeo"o.---- m.... am n 0 Daly (M. exeep.) I.Dalny (:. ep.) 10.0 a m : : 10,.30 Daily. . I Daily. ' ' ' 0. 0. Toon. Daly;"' ; ' [ (Daily. 7' 3: 7.30 * . , '.. . ,,DAPO. . am,. pm 2. O 1 Daily.' .- '. ( Daily..: 7. 0 am 2.30. ; Tu. T. and Sat. TI 'Th. and Sun. :. 0 * Leave Dapto LvesDpt es S. iaror . . . rM.' and Th. p;. . . and T.lO a. * Tar T. and Sat. |ti. Ih.andSus. m.0 .. . .. ... ... K l A . - . . . . . -pim T T.'Tb. arid sat.O TTh, and SanI 4.0o. T pmds a a. i . . rnd nun; 0[ n . a S n. a. p n; . 0 W.Frl.:and Sun.il 3Mon. W. and Sat oon. am.0 Noon Wed. anhd un. I Wed. and Sun. 11.0O * . . . " " ' . : UpaD'i ' ' ,,"i. p .m ion.'adThu. I Tuies.'nd'Sat. 0.0 ip m 2.0 Thursday. Tuesday, .0 MOLLENDER0E0,. o. Friday. o I Mnday. . ... M r'. " y ' 'MonorA. ' p O Friday. " 1 Monsday. Neon. ...
SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 18 June 1859
SHOALHAVEN. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. ] Nothing but. meetings throughout the district; "candidates making long speeches, and electors look ing queerly speculative into the dark future of who'll be the member for Shoalhaven. Mr. Camp boll stole a march to Tomorong and Ulladulla, and at the latter place hid a very numerously-and re spectably attended inneting. Dr.'Allo~'was in his wake, jogging confidently along, knowing that as his opponent had to indulge his hearers with a long account of himself and his ekperience as a Sydney merchant, he would be well up to time, and take the inside running when time and occiisibn required him to step into-the first place.' -Mr. C. dwelt with much iforce ripon the peculiar: complexion of :the present contest in reference to the part:inow being played by-Mr. Blakeney and 'Mr. Garrett; as the tonlsifnot'' of two politichl factions, icertainly of two persons, namely, the first as the tool of Mr. Berry,'the second of Dr. Lang, in order that by the voic...
ELECTION FOR WEST SYDNEY. (FROM THE S. M. HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 18 June 1859
ELECTION FOR IVEST SYDNIEY. -+~,- -- o (FsOa TIlE S . M. IERALD.) According to promnisoe the Returning Officer ap peared on the hustings, in Wynyard-square, at~half past seven o'clock, to declare, as far as it could be: declared, the state of the poll, and to announce that the.official-declaration _would.take place at the_. same place, at the hour of noon. 'The folldwing is the state of the poll as pro claimed byr the Retisrning' Officer : Dr. Lang ................ 2,148 Mi. Pemell .................. 1,957 Mr. Broughlon.............. 1,7990 S 'Mr. Plunkett ............... 1,744 rIEMBERS ELECTED FOI 'TIHE NEW, PAIILIAMEN'P. SEast Sydney...;... ...... Hon Charles Cowper .John Black , L'-?Henry Parkes Hon. James Martin : Paddington;..;..'.. ... Sir Daniel Cooper Murrumbidgoee...... ....William Maoleay Brisbane ;.. .....;... ...:..John:Richardson 'Bathurst....;.:....... ...::;.J.F. Clements Nepean.... U a;.........R. Jamison 2 Goulbun -.;.... ..;.."V, Roberts e::?esto Sydney.........;.....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 18 June 1859
No'tice.. M· t.. JOHN REID hegs Ieave to inform the inhabitant •.IU.of Jamniberoo and surroundisi district that he i . about:to comence Inbusiniess ias a B ACKS3M1TH, in tl: Spiremises lntely occupied' by?Mr. Ediard ''ate, nextt , IIr. Law's' Hotel, Jamlieroo. Mr. Reid pledges himsel" toi''tisfy tlhiose who will favor him with their platron. ige in' tho:beat style of workmanship,: and most reasos - able terms: he will further pledge himself that all orders will be opinctually attended to, and the work:don, in thli best style and on the slhortesdt notice. : SMr. Iteil is thoroaughly acquainted with all the brnche of tihe business, which his enreer: is wvell-known hy hi I long'servitndo in one of the fotremost shops in Sydney. AIr. R. wishes to inform thie publio ,that he wsll'com. •mence business in the above pladc on the slet ofJun I next. 1E His prices for shoeing and other work will beic' ocrding to t'o Kiama iscale. ..T OST, about i fiv o weeks ago, :fromi" th e beaclh. 'J"' Kiam...
The magnates of monopoly [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 18 June 1859
:The magnates of monopoly-the now almost ex hausted and but faintly flickering rushlights of landsharkism-dispute the right of the people odf Sydney to interfere in ally way with the laiind question, Upon the idle pretext,' that merely because they dwvell in the city tlhey'mtist be 'iholly ignorant of its merits; and because they are nei ther" farmers nor squatters they can have: no in ierest elhatever in' effecting"any dhliinge' in the. present Lanid Law, or regilations.· 's. 'lookupon these silly objections.to be utterly wihileut fduinda tion. . The MIanifesto itself fitly and satisfactorily re buts and rebukes the insolent charge of ignorance, and from.the studied absenceiof any detailed views on the same subject from those who arrogate to 'theniselves all knowledge. We rather incline'to Ithe opinioni: that the'ignoranice is all uponi their side, or.if iiot, .tha l their intense selfishness and love. of 'monopoly is so'much' greater than their patriotism; the latter is entirely r...
ULLADULLA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 18 June 1859
ULLADULLA. •. Eraopou?.eo~a~seosw??p.)' Nothingi. now .talked 'or' thought of between milking hours and from sunset to the drowsy god's triumph under the blanket's, but tlhe .elections, and who is likelyto got in. All is speculation. And although we might or may turn the scale here for any one of the candidates, our political as our so cial phalanx being so compact and united. Yet as the division is so great in the.more thickly in habited part of the electorate, it would be mere speculation to hazard any opinion on the subject; a few.days will tell the great secret of the ballot box. Thus far, however, an opinion may be given, Snamely, neither Mr. Blakeney nor MIr. Garratt have any chance here. The former has..never .been nmongst usg-is utterly unknown-is but a few short months in the colony from the bogs of Rlos common, and the tricks of the Cuban law courts, and is utterly and absolutely ignorant of our wants and the real interests of the colony; he has said, elsewhere, he will go...
To the Electors of Shoalhaven. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 18 June 1859
To the Electors of Shoalhaven. 'C, ENTLEMEN,-Enconraged by assurances of support - U I am induced to beaome a candidate for your sul frages at tile appronlehing election of a member to reprt sent'the Shoalhaven electorate ill the new ,ssemnbly. I shall endeavor, in a few days, to visit your district when.l shall have an opportlnitv of exjihinnnlg to yo. personally my views on the varieous tolpcs of pullic is terest which no" engage the attention of the country Is the meantime I deem it right to state to you (an I shall do so very briefly) the opinions I estertoin o some of' the leadin. questions which will demand th consideration of the inew Parliament. Of these the first in imnportance, and perhaps the moe dillicult to deiil withl, is tlhat which is i popl0 1rly know as the "Liind Qiestion." ' If 'slhoild hiave the lhonor (r a sent in the Assemlly I shall supiort the adloption of just anl liberal liand policy, which wlsill rcognise ian liroteet existini.g rights, anid fllord the "g...
PLAIN DIRECTIONS FOR VOTING BY BALLOT. (FROM THE S. M. HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 18 June 1859
'PLAIN DIR?OCTIONS FOR VOTINC S 13BY BALL0OT. S (FROM THnE s. . HERALD.) 1. Make up your mind distisictly as to whom you mean to vote for. 2..Announce ydir name to the polling clerk out side, and he will give you a card initialled by him self, containing thldiumber set against your name on the electoral list;. 3. If the scrutineers shlould havo reason to sus pect that you ar. .psrsonating :some one else, or have voted"before, or have been bribed, they may stop you, and cause the questions to be put to you. 4. If you run thegaduntlet of the scrutineers un challenged, or if you answer the questions satisfic-' torily,' pass on to the returning oflicer,. or his deputy,-who will 'take from you the c?rl you're ceived' outside, and give you a balloting paper, con taining the names of all the candidates. 6 Enter the secret balloting chlmber,-and, taking up the red chalk.pencil you will find there, draw the pencil .distinctly through the names of thesoe candidates for whom you do not. mean t...
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, 14TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 18 June 1859
: COURT OF ETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAYs, 14TH JUNE. (Before James Thompson, James Aldeorn, and A. K. M'Kay, Esqrs., J.P.'s) Tno~IeoN V. TURNER AND ALDOUs.-This was a case of trespass on a paddock of Mr. D. Berry's. Defendants acknowledged being in the paddock looking for a bullock, as it had been thle custom for Mr. Berry's tenantry to go into the paddocks to look for their cattle without giving notice tb the overseers. The Bench fined them 10s. each, andl Ss. 6d. costs, with a caution. WVHEATLEY V. STEIN AND WIFE.-Defendalnts were charged with harboring John M'Diarmid, the hired servant of. plaintiff. As he was taken back to his work, plaintiff did not press for apenalty. Defendants ordered to pay 3s. 6d., costs. DIsTsmrc CONSTABLE v KERWIN BROWN-Brown was charged with an attempted rescue and assault whilst taking and levying, on a mare under an; execution for debt. The prisoner pleaded guilty by the advice ofhis solicitor. Plaintiffnotwishing to press for a committal on account of a po...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 18 June 1859
FOR A TERM OF YEARS. Tr O LET, 2Z acres, in the town of Jambcroo, on which there are erected a workshop and dwel ling-house. Apply to Mr. Tomlin, Jamberoo, or Irving and Fowler, Kiama: TERRARA SCHOOL. rIHE opening of this SCHOOL will.bo celebrated _ by a PUBLIC TEA PARTY; to be held in the School Room, on Wednesday, the 22nd June, 1859. The Tea will commence at 4 o'clock in the afterhoon. Tickets, 2s. 6d. each, to be had from Mrs. de Mestre, Mr. P. deo Mostr, Mr. Longrove, Mr. H. Wheatley, Mr. Kemp, Mrs. Isaacs, Mr. Moreton, Mr. Richards, Mrs. Cooke, .Mr. Tansley, Mr. Berry and Mr. Tory, Noivri, Mr. Bryant, Good Dog. And on the following day, at.2 o'clock in the af ternoon, the children of the Church of England Sunday School, and the children of the Terrara Day School, will be regaled by the usual half-yearly Tea Party at the New School Boom. By order, " E. M. THISTLETON. Notice of Remeval. M R. JAMES DUFFIN having completed his extensive new Stores, No. 377 Kent-street south, a few...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 18 June 1859
. BIRTH. On the 12th instant, at her residence, Bockvale, Kiama, Mrs. John Colley, of a daughter. Ti'E kIAMA EX AMlINERS PUBLISHED WEEKLY. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Advortisors art requested to bh particoular In markng tho number of insortions o0 each advcrtisomen ut othorwiso they will bo insocrtd and charged for till countcrmaudd?l. Orders for withdrawal or alterations, must be sent to the ofmice (in writing) on the day prior to publication. All communications intcnded for insertion, must be authenti oatcd by tito ntame nd address of tho writer--not necessarily - for publication, but os a goaraulce of good faith. We cannot undertake to return rejectcd communuicatlons. SATURDAY, JUNVE 18, 1859.