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NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 25 June 1859
NOTICB TO ADVEIITISEItS. Advertisers are requtested to bo particular in mnarklng the number of inseurtions onl each advertisement othurwiso they- will be isnort d ond charged for till: counterm;anded. Order for withdrawal or ailterationo must be sent to the offie (in writing) on the day-prior to publicantiou. All communications Intended for in:sertton must bo authenti eated by the namo and address of the writer--not necssoarily for publicatilon, but as a guarantoe ofgool fattbh. . We annnoot tlide'rttak' to retuirn rejicted coomauncations
TREES, AND THEIR EFFECTS UPON CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 25 June 1859
TREES, AND THEIR EFFEr TS UPON CRO PS. (FROM THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE.) What effects does the general denuding of a . country of trees have upon the production of food? Can any farmer answer this question ? We nican to. .bis own .satisfactioi, after having carefully reasoned upon the subject, and made the itquiry ; with the, termination to be con tented with nothing but the truth. It is of no use.tosay. that crops upon old fields, and of course clearing land is beneficial to our produc. .tion.:,,-That: -is not- the question. , We know that .now: fields are productive, and that: here ' 'indthere a cleared spot is not unfavorably af fected by drought; .but how is it where nearly Sall.'the land lias been cleared-where, instead of , here and and there a field, only here and there , a patch of. woodland.is left, and whore orchards are scarce, and add but a mere item to the shade of the'.:whole, surface s It is the: opinion of many that the effect of such a general'.denuda tion, is injurious,...
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 25 June 1859
To OUR SUSCRII RBS. . We beg to inform Stbs*riber? 'th''t:tllo Qualrter ends this day, lthuih recullection of the' same will much oblige. . ' .. , In nonsrquoence of the hiImented decease of our lte Agenot in .1so1alhaven, Mr. J. E. Coser, Doctor Alley loas for tlhe present consented to receive pa!yment of the tac counts now due. S SA TUTIDA VIT Ui 25 1859.
ON THE DEATH OF THE LATE HON. ROBERT CAMPBELL, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 25 June 1859
s ON THIE;D EA TI! ORF:!THE-LA1'E HON. :i ROBERT OAMPBELL, M.L.A. Oh sad was the moment, and dismal-to hehr? : The news that like lightiiing had spread,' That Australia's great stateolnan had closed his ecreer That the brave ROBERT CASMPI??L., Ias dead! The members of Parliame?t heard the sad tale While enga-ed in an angry debate; Eaoh loud voice was silenc'd, each visage grew pale, And their sorrow was seemingly great. Each member look'd pale and seemed stricken with fear, Fora time not a muscle did move, .For they knew not how soon they theniselves must appear Before their Creator above. :Mleanwhile the sad tidings did rapidly fly,. ; Through the land of his birth it?sped on,.: F. Aiidtie tears trickled fist as eal .heard with a sigh That the brave ROBERT OACMPGELL was gone. , 'Let ler iinid the loud trumiet' of finie: "To 'the liero vhd lov'd her higli mountinss and coast. SAnd iedeem'd her fi:om slav'ry and shame. .. S:Let thy:sons,. fair Australia, nows nmanly,come forth lRaise...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 25 June 1859
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRaIVALS. June 17.-Native Lass, sohooner, 105 tons, Captain Stafford, from Melbourne l2th instant. Juie 18.-Clarence (s), 21(00 tons, Captain Paddle, from Moreton Bay,.15th instant. Junp 18 -Ariel. schooner, 70 tons, Captain Mills, frbini'Tivofold Bay 17th inrstant. June 19.-Mounlain Mlaid, brig,. 182 ttosis, Captain Longmuir. from Port Coopeir 23rdl.nltimo. June 19:-Mtiniosa (s ), 200 tons, Captain Fletaher, from Clyde River 18th instant: '; June 19.-Don Juan, echooner, 152 tons, Cptain Murpliey. from Moreton Bay l1th instant·. June 20.-Roberlina, brig, 218 tons, Captain Davis from Nelson 18th instant. June 20.-Duincan Hodie (s.), 131 tons, Captain Quoyle, from Clarence River 15th' instant. June 20.- Buonapuirle, schooner, 120 tons, Captain Robh, from Hobart 'owi 8th instint. June 20.- Melbourne, barque, 320 tons, Captain Diekioufrom Otago 8th iiistant: June 21.-llollander, Datch ship, 459 tens, Captaiii C. C. Reaige, fronm Sourunhaa 18th May....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 25 June 1859
* Newsliaper Estatblishment' A?ij .ND"'' ": MACHINtE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, S:SJOAlHAVEN STEErT, IAorA. 1THE Proprietor takes this opportunity of: informing I. the inhabitants of Kiaitiil and the surroundiffg dis. triet, thiat: he chetinsies'to' oxeeite Printing of every· kiid anid description at the lowest possible prices, and on the' sliortest notide.: ; : .lavidi, at 'uonsiderable expense imported some of.the most beautifll machinery ever introducedlinto thei print ing blsiness in New SontLi Wales; Wihich for slpeed1 and exenition of ?ork, stiands 'unri alled, hIo'ewotild coifnidently expect from the district a ltir share of patronage and Bk ork C risid of Address> Circulars, in script type Reeiipt Books Cironi:irs, in rosic do. "Ordert Books Posters : Promisbory Notes : Hindl Bills I.ill Headings, &ea.,. Executedon the shortest niotice. 'rhe 'filloing Forms nmay be obtained at this oflice: Leiseo o'dril r Bank' Hooks ApprenLtic's Inden tures I Money Order'Books Form...
KIAMA LABOR OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 25 June 1859
KIAMA LABOR OFFICE.I : Far labIorero (tu demnad) 0 . to.. 5 0 Female'rarvats 10 0 20 o Useful lads .......... ..' ... 15 0 20 0 M1"arrled ouples 40 0 0 .. 0,: . 45 " Garden larborero 0 40 0 Stockmen 0... .'.'...35 0 40 0 Bullock drivors . ...s:... .:' :! ··r 40 0 50 0 Horodrlr|ers -...,:'.· .. • ..K* * .... . . 3.o0 40 0 Ploughmen .... . *... 30 35 0 A FIED, Labor.. g..ot, oning treot ima. A" SHEFFIELD, Labor Agent, 3tannin'g street "Klama.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GRAHAM AND MULHOLLAND'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 25 June 1859
COM~MERCTIAL NTELLIGENCE. GRAIHAM AND MUTLHOLLAND'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Wheat, fs Gd to 10s per bushel Maize, 3s 3d to 3s 9d do. Barley (Maultirg), 3s to 3s 8d do.. Ditto, Cape, 2s 3d to 2s Dd do. Bran, 2s 3d to 2s 9d do. , &lt;.lour, (l1st) £25 to £26 per ton, - Ditto, (2nd) £23 to £24 do. SH:ly, £5 to'£8:do. Potatoes, £4 to.£4 10s do. SOnious, Gs to 12s per cwt. Butter, (1st) 2s; ditto, (2nd) is Gd to 1s 9d, dull SHoney, 6d to 7d do. per lb. - Bacon, Gd to 9d do. Cheese, 7d.to 9d do. Eggs, ls Od per dozen Fowls, 3s 6d to 4is per couple Ducks, 4s to 5s do. Tirkeys, 8s to 12s do. GCalves, £1: to £2 each Pigs, Gd to 6d per lb.-in demand;. .....GRAHAM AND MULTOLLAND, Commission SAgents, Commercial Wharf, King-street, Sydney, SJuie 23rd, 1859.
THE STATE OF EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 25 June 1859
TirF: S'I'ATE oR E?urPE.-0Our pity cbntemporary, the Herald, lhas received a communicetion from a London correspondent, furnishing a report of Mr. Disrneli's explananntion of foreign affairs, on the evening of the 18th April. The gist of his state mrnt is complirised in the conclusion of his speech, - after detailing the progress of nmgociations:-" 1 do not (lie says) desire to conceal that the issue is no mean one. .War in Italy is not war in a corner. War cannot dlisturb .tlo waters of the Adrintic without agitating the waters of the Rhine. The port of Trieste is not a free Itanlinn port-it is a port which helongs to the Germnuic . Confederation, and.l take it that a port at Trieste is not a por:t in Auslria, but in Germany. If war, then, spreads beyond the precincts of Italy, England is interested. not merely for those enlighted principles of civili sation which makes her look with an adverse eye on aniy attempt to disturb the peaceoftthe world,' but England may be interested fro...
TO MR. DARBY DOOLITTLE—FROM HIS PERTIKLER FREND PADDY O'FLANNAGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 25 June 1859
TO MR. DARY I' DOOILI'P7IEE-FROM HIS PER TPIILER FR END' PADDY O'FLANNA-. 'IAN.· . PFR FAVOR OF TI KIR RAl'REXAtMINERR: UDnAR DAanv,-'Tis mesolf .that.:has-,red; with..' pleasure yore cheerful lotthor, whin, toll the thrtith en shame tlhe dlivil, is, furst'ov all I ax yu. Misther Denrby, as a cleer-sighted man, is it not a disgrace that a. low, mane lot ov people.should slander our new Hocshoneer, Misther Henry Simmons, bokase their hignorance knos no betther, divil a bit, an be kaso Misther Simmons.is climbing the ladder; an fix, will soon he to the top of that same laddOr more powers tohim, Misther Darby Doolittle, (an faix, yu do much, an inethinlks, gets no thankls for it). , There is none ov the comehitherinabout me, an' very'littleov the Iblarney stone, annsure'tis yor self, Darby, my boy, that knos that same; but I say 'tisn't dacent for wion Hocslibnoer in Kiama to abuse his brother. Misther Simmonsisn't the man, to do sich a dirty thricl; an nor meself, for ferrs they might...
SHOALHAVEN. SHOALHAVEN ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 25 June 1859
SHO ALIAENi FOH oUR.. CiOREPONDENT. SIIOALIIAVEN ELECTION. The hallot has proved a grcat and signal triImph. Its secrecy enarsied ' nence nl ordlirnid :the: total abnsence of those personal .nsperities- which have hitherto so much.nd s, vex itiously disturbed the harmonly of the coniuriunity.. 'The usual amoiint of spenlechifing, aund promises entertained the electors on the day. of' nomination, and the candidates with their severail iupporters re tired .in the ho'est of'o lgdhtimor wvitli'%ns'h 'othbr io prepare for the final issei v which fromin acoinbinition of e·ircumstairices nnt now necessary to particularise at aniiy lengthl, unmistakeably declared in'favor of MIr. Garrett, in fiont wvs thehbattle of the " Incubus" relheiarsed and fought again, which, notwithstnding thie unhoynl alliance of the Coalangatta. harriers and the Connaught 'rangers in Mr. .Bilikeney's favor as the nominee of Mr. Berry and Mr. Plunkott, was triiimphantly Wion by the Garrett: party. As for poor Alley...
MEMBERS ELECTED POR THE NEW PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 25 June 1859
MEMBERS ELECTED POR THE NEW. PARLIAMENT. ~·. - 4--- . East Sydney................ion. Charles Co.iper SJohn Blnck SHenry Parkes Bon. James MaItin Paddington................. Sir Daniel Cooper Murrumbidgee...............William Macleay Brisbane ......h.............Jolhn Richardson SBathurst......................J. F. Clements SNepen........................R. Jnmison Goulburn ...................W. Roberts West Sydney.:.............Rev. Dr. Lang J. .Peomell T. B3roughton J. H. Plunkett Newcastle ...........Arthur Hodgson Illawatrra...................IHargrave Kiama...............;......S. W. Gray 'Jhe Gleebe....:..............John Campbell East Macqnanric........... . COumilings, Suttor. :Yass Plains........... .T. Laidlaw, Wollombi .C.... ......... . 'I'; Cape Northumberland .....A....... W. Scott Newtown.;........... .......Alexander M'Arthur SWestern Gold-fiecls;...W..R. Wisdom Paterson ...................... W. M. Arnold :'West Macquonri............J. M'Phillamy - Ipswich'.....;......
SUBSTANCES SWALLOWED BY CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 25 June 1859
SnrST: I' ESWA5oLLOOWEI BY CHILDEN.e-INJU H 'ious ? U:IATMuENTr-NOeo it i. iB .euCesSTy to Smeiitin'n ' the vulgd r error often pursued in such cnose, hevidently vithoutea thoufght, by parents or those hbaing the care of children, when any article "hasn l~eisivi?llo'aed,; and this is the plan of flying ...nat once to-the-1use -of castor . oil-.or-.other.-aperients, with the intention of thereby/quickly expelling the said article frdm the system. Now, nothing is so S injurious; it is, in ifact, as I have had occasion to ,mention elsebwheie, one of i those popular acts and SIprejudices so prevalent;tlhat lead persons to do the. Svoeryop?positoe of whati they ought to. ha¶e done. "When the raccident occurs !givoe:the.child' a piece of 'i:nreid:' and butter,: andbo cautious, moreover, so : :lorig' as the aiticle continues in the body, to give the patient very little to drink. The reason is s ' iiiply this, that the article thus gets izhbedded in :!the substance:thus produced;, and is di...
STATE OF EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 25 June 1859
"'TA."E.O_ EUROPE., (FRtoM u TIM iik) -It will thii eveing b thedut .da o f. Ministers in b'iot Houses of the Legislature t6 eiplain to a moribund Parliamnt, tho,:circumstances of those. Continental, disputes which occupy all men's minds and threaten iriitant war. We 'aniiiot expect aiy.startling f'ievelations, orin deed, anly iicirese to .tho ihforiiiaition which our obwnsdurces' of knouwledge: liave enabled usn to 'miake 'ipubli'c The ppstponqiment' from tiime. to 'tim'e i of the Mlinisteriial' eplaidations wuild ratlier '"sem'dn to iidiceate tat thie cquestion'of penace or war lianp; so equallyloised that an . hour's delay might enable the ..Mlinister to as sure us of peace orr to confim q-our ;worst appre hensions. The Cabinet cannot, however, longer "kee.p silence without materially nlodifying that pjart of tlih Mifiisterial pidicy wvhic'lis connected wit the:" Dissolutioi; they iUst .now ' speak, . alti;ougli 1tiey will probably bobnhly able 'to tell us that, although war is t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 25 June 1859
* 0 : Yeast! ·:Yea't!it SCON'TA~NI SUIPPY ot'thle'ahove at itc.lxe hiare : GEORGE: HUNT :I ,LLtthose parties who ars indebted:to thle undersigned I ar'eesperttpillyt ieqiested d to liqiidate tleir accbuilnts before the Ist July nesxt, aid th'ose haivif. '?any elaiiis are requested to send them in fortllwith:'-'iL . . ' . JOHN: CRAWIFORD, :. ;ia(im;, ti, june, 1859. . Kinams Hotel, Kiamsa. FIO LET; 50 acres of goiod Brlisl'LAiND t'iGobd `.~ Dog, well iwatered; ijnd withii tuioP!iiilds of thoe Whtirf. Apply. to Mr. Thos. Renalds, Omegi Retreit; or to Mr. O. Moffitt, Gdod Dog. : : . Cattle and Horse Yards! ii:: - l IR. HENRY SI1MMONS',' FHolid and Cattle Yards I[ are inlOw ,PEN for thie SAIE of Stoeds.' : SStile days, every MOND)AYand TIHUIRSDAY.:: . SCattle tand hlorses must; lle in .the Yards. THREE HOURS previous to sale. S O ~HEnY' SIMONS, '' - Auctioneer, & : S" i Kiama. m LIE HIGHEST PRICE give.i for hides and .. slins bIy' " W. J. FRANCIS, :' ' " Golden Bobt, Kiamn. Publ...
ADVENTURES OF AN OFFICER ON BOARD A FILIRUSTERING VESSEL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 25 June 1859
ADVENTURES OF AN OtvIOER ON BnAID A Plrnullws-?h?.i VassEI.- -Lieutenant White, the reveiiue hliler iwhi,. was carried iff by the filibu.ters, inl!he schuoler Susan, states thliat Captain (!anlury) carried a dangerus amunt of sail, aud that the' decks were very kindly treated, and lind 'the oppo? tunity of di lkingu chllalipagine, ad lib. He give-.is a "skelic f thl.eanlitaln if tilhe v:ssel:--" The ifi;oers speit tihe tir;e readindg and ilidulgling il chil ipag?e'; a nuil'hbelr if baskets ,f the litter being stowed away uinder the berths. And while sittin, roundl tlhe scial hoardl many goid yarns were spull, Maury always couling in wirl the best prsenting a striking appearance, with his blue flannel pants, red.shi't, cap, and high.tippid boots. Upoi'beillg asked by Lieutenant White, what was the latitude, he hulted up his quan drant, but said that whallt with reading law, Actilng mars ihal, andtl keeping store, hie had hbe comen a little rusty in the science 'of navigation, but1 ex...
STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 25 June 1859
. STOCK AN- . STATION CIRCULAR. Garlandand Binghfah report:that the market is so bare of suitable drafts of storeocattle, little has Sbeen done. We sold 1,000 at 47s. 6d., of very su perior mixed cattle; also, a draft: of 1,300 at £3 12s. for delivery in the Upper. Murriinbidgeo dis trict... 38s. has been offered for a draft of mixed Iag6 s from six months ujipwards, taiken at the sta tion, and refused. Sheep.-The demand for store sheep is very great, and the market bare, several purchases have ,.'been made for New Caledonia and New' Zealand. Good ewes in lamb are bringing, 15s. 6d. to 16s. 6d.; and sales easily effected s.t these rates. : Fat Stock -There is a decided improvement, and we may look for much increased prices before the winter is over. .. . . Stations.-The demand continues unabated, we have only the sale of.a small bl?ck, without im .provements, in the Leichardt district to report, at at £600. Sheep properties are constantly enquired for. 115,' Yorsk-st.. Sydney, Jun~2...
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 25 June 1859
IRELAND (FROu TErP, H11IE NEWS ) The Attorneyov-General has been foiled twice in Belfast in his efi ts to obtain- a cnmviction in tie PhmOnix proscution case. Two j'uirie have been discharged, not being able to agree. Tihe pi'isniersiire to be tried again. The celebration of St. Patrick's Day at the castle is thus described by a Dublin coiurrespo dent:-"' Owing to the state of the weather-. storm and rain without iistelrniission all the morning f(rom daiyb!eak-the guard at the castle was relieved at the usual hour without 'the ao companiment of the two military bands who d, annual honor tii tle saint. on each reo'urriing'7th of March;. The mob had,collecied ,in tie ?Cstlh, yaid, and hilvingliii·ered theie for sime time were 'about to he cleared out by theplice, but Lord Eglinitoun,'.gdd-i nituiedly feling folr their dis appointment, issued oiders to the c"instabulary to permit the people to reinelil, iand actually despatched a mnessage 'tp the barracks for the. immediate attenidance...
OVERLAND MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 25 June 1859
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INDIA. TANTIA TOPEE CAPTURED AND HANGED—EIGHT HUNDRED REBELS DESTROYED IN CENTRAL INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 25 June 1859
INDIA. TANTIA TOPEE OAPT1'JRED AND HANGED )EIGHT HUNDRED IREBELS DESTROYED Il OENTRAL INDIA. Our (Empiie) intelligence from Bombay, daiting to thle 216th of April, is very important. The far-lamed leader Tantia: Topee--the i soil of insurrection--had been betrayed .aind. captured. A court-martial sentenced him to death. Tile in surgent leader was lilged at Seepree, on tile everning of the 18th intaut. , The rebel army iunder thie command of Tantia Topee, tlhe Roa-Sahib, M?aun.Sing,s anid Fernze shah, had prealouslv been surprised in the Seronge junigles, by the British f roes, and defeated with immense loss. Mann Sing siubsequently: sur rendered himself to Major Ieade, and to his in formation the British were indeblted for the cap :tiure of the' Tatia.' . Our correspondent furtishes us with the fol lowing interesting details, of the latest movements in India, including the, particulars of the im portant events referred to ablove: Bombay, 26th April, 1859. In my last .I mentioned tha...