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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 25 June 1859
The aspect of Europeanaffairs foresliadows the disruption of the world's peace. War, devastat ing, cruel, tyr nit war may now be defornming thle faiil face ,of ilature. Tihe political liorizons of greal niations present to thee mind's eve carnage and bloodshed in. all their wildest and gloomiest Ilorrors: The roar of artillery disturbs the still ness, the eyes of thle wounded, the moans of the dying .ascend to Heaven for vengeanlce or for mercy; the wail of the widlow and the orphan cries in heart-rending lamentations for succour hind for pity, and pitying angels weep that manl wisely and benificently designed to increase and multiply, and replenish the earth, should he made the instrument of defeating and destroying the all-wise purposes of the Creator to feed tile grasp ing rapacity of thle tyrant of Austria, and the lowering ainbition of tlle usurper of I'rance. 'Italiai nationality; freedom, and independence, have beeu long trodden under thle fliot of the op pressor. Her .Prince...
STEAM PROPRIETORS LOOK OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 25 June 1859
ST'AM PoPRaEToLrol LOOK OUT. --dlPOiTANT LEGAL DIlcISION.--A case of importi nc to steam boat and ~railwiy proprietors, and otheri who carry passengcrk' luiia,,e, as well as to the general pul lic. was dlecildedr by heriff Bell on Wedne.olity. It will be seen fromi the rldecisin in this case that, al thdungh a comp:inyv carry passenger' lunggae with outlcharge, and 'ive notice in adrlvcrtisements thant they will not he responsibille for its safety, yet if it he prvedl thit if they dlealt with it: as the other luggage, stowing it away, or even covering .it with it:tarpaulin, this infors an undlertaking:to re-leliver it to.the owner; aind if-it.he lost is transit?i tlhat no general notice of not 'being respiinsihlo will' clear them of their reslonsibiility, unless the owner of the goods has entleredl into a slecial contract to that effect w?ith tihe company. The fnbts-of'thei ease ieroalmiltt?l. The. pursuer, T. G. Gurlhinl, was a s pllueie? e fromi' Livi rpbol hby the Piiniess'Rnoyal...
HALF-YEARLY EXAMINATION OF PUPILS AT THE ILLAWARRA ACADEMY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 25 June 1859
IIALF-YEARLY EAA IINAT4TION OF PUPILS :"AT THE LLA1VARRA ACADEMI' '-The usual half-yenrly examiination of the pupils of the above establishment was held on WVednesday the 15th instant, but owing 'to press of election matters the notice has been delayed till our present Sihis is the third time thnt Mr HmiUstler has invitedl thie lovers of ediication to be present at thbeexahni natirin:of hIis pupils, an.lwo feel bound.to say (having been present upon the two former occasions) that we were nagreeably, surprised it the ripid strides' thit most 6f the pupiils have made.: The calling togelther, upon un occasion like this, of those who really feel ian interest in educoation,'is, we conii 'shider, condlucive of much good to its nouse..:It cannot but suggest to the thinking mind the future career of many of those youthfil aspirants for scholastic falme; May we not lionpe that here they are trhirningtheir minds by well-directed studly'to go forth nmanfhlly to the battle of lifiewith mindls s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 25 June 1859
S. W. Grey's Election. :& LL ancounots unpaid is connectipn wi~htht '". .lectio of S. W. GRAY, Esq; are requested he forwarded tio the unildersigned for liquidation on or before THURSDAY the 30th instant. JOHN BLACK, ,: : -Secretary. Kiama, 23rd June, 1859. OBSERVE !!" Convenience to be stiudied. " MR. HENRY SIlMlIONS, SAuctioneer, &c., &c., &c., Market-square, Kinma, NTEGOTIATES Bills at 3, 6, 9, mid 12 months, I clharging only "BANK INTEREST," oqsal to nindpencoiin the pound to" six months. . THE CASH Always to be had at the office. 3' Offi:e-Market-square, near Messrs. Fuller and Wahlron's General Stores. Private Residence-Flagsteff Villa, near Mr. Poul tons', Shonlhaven-street. To Shipowners. TIHE undersigned having carried on the business of a Sailmaker in Sydney, for the past six yers, and given general satisfiction, solicits the fiavors of Shipowners. Parties ontrusting him with their orders may rely on their heing executed with as great econom...
FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 25 June 1859
FATAL ACCIDENT.-It is with painful feelings that we have to apprise our readers this week of a most melancholy accident followed by immedite death which occurred on Thursday the 23rd instant. Mr.-Rohert Johnson.of the Fox. Grounds, while merely looking on at another party falling a figtree was struck down by.a cahblagetree against &nbsp; which the figtree fell. Mr Johnston was struck on the head, and his skull fractured. He survived but half aln hour. He was in the 58th year of his age, deeply lamented by his family, relatives, and friends.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 25 June 1859
BIRTH. At her residence, Manning-street, Kiama, on Friday, 24th instant, Mrs. Alfred Harris, of a son. DIED. &nbsp; On Thursday, the 23rd, at Jamberoo, Clara Jane, daughter of Mr. Steadman, aged 3 years and 5 months. On Friday the 17th instant, at the residence of Robert Men- zies, Esq., M.D., Jamberoo, Mrs. Catherine Tindale, in the 75th year of her age. On the morning of the 19th instant, Mr. Joseph Evan Coser, aged 27 years, native of Stockton-upon-Lees, Durham, England, son of Mr. Thomas Coser, auctioneer, Shoalhaven, New South Wales. The deceased had for some years labored under severe constitutional derangement which obliged him to relinquish a lucrative service in Sydney where he was much trusted and esteemed. He had for the last few years assisted his father, and by his steadiness and uprightness gained the good opinion and esteem of numerous acquaintances who regret his early demise. THE KIAMA EXAMINER. PUBLISHED WEEKLY.
SCANDAL IN HIGH LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
Thei pirtietil rihr pracnrpi, wii heh i ,e ?o rp,'inr is i, xi?iei?t d froni the ' Era :--"Thaist groat caraiian.a'ere of n'nlil-.i iid ftireign "'imblemen, velept the (hlrendiii,' 'ns raecetly 1teu Ilthe s?ene of a rAlninee '; .lich l fir .otriu-enele ,finil eident br iibgs :uh-:l?ek': the o?itiiok. of hlitrles the'Snciand,.when l'hid? aitd ititr?ino tof itie the eliiet i .ieupi;it.i , f the tipper clahsses of -oliet. Itat wold seem t th lli..'heri of ith ishlec-a c'detr (f, noble hlii.e, aind a cilornet it fthe lio?ehohi troops--was inispredl' with ii TIlsoi'fori a it hdy of equril rank,lithe l taighetriof; a 'distingui. lhd te.tesnia;, anid the wildl' ofjl i hair to a pirer; whi hite, xtelnsive 170 l e9itiin YorkAhine and wliowho wi residint, at, the hotel, whil the l iutsh?lihl 'ws ':ti joyig the, idliisui.s: lf the la u .e: To oibiiin adnisitcin to the rogi,, of hi0 inamorata a't tihe .Vwitligthio h hrr fiigli h, tIe iit lhfiil lover,'0ivailcd himself of ia wiudIw 'in the groiu...
IN THE WRONG BED. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
IT TilE WYRONG BED'.,. (Fe., Nate " ctc i . 4 r, , . : .r .: .' (FRo M THi K DI. CIN)N.ATI. , Y.QUIRER+.) i ,: , SS me days' siine i -young ,couile, I aWho.: hlo newly don iied hiyelineal sveti ilnsilean' atme'irml theilr:honie, a plei.~iait. villag in thliis Srtate,, t :spenld a poirtion :of. thaut siupji.ed-to.be-del icisiu. -:periiid"known as the honey-inon, and' placedt ':themselves-'underithe chliraei.'ofthe proprietor of t:lie Spencer-ihouse." They then sallied fort h to' witness the libeauties aid peculiarities of. Queel City, and do as brides are'even wiont, a quliitit3 of the little 'business embraced in :ithe: i.term "slhopping " They. were 'gone severail ,hours, and did "n'i return to the hotel til near sun. down, quite fatigued with lheir ekeritionsi. ThI' bride, ?rs. R., then found that she had forgttue: some articles indispensahile to. her toilette,' and. uinwilling -to disturb :,her liusband, .who, s li kn.iew; mist be' weary, slilped out. while he w?i Sdion 'stairus,...
KELPIE AND PELISSIER. SECOND COURT. SITTINGS AT NIS[?] PRIUS—LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
,? :EL PlE'AN) PELISSIER. SECO~It COURT. SITTINGS AT NIsb PRIUS-LODONi. (Before-'Mr. Justice Crompton and a common jury.) PARR V. WINTERINGOIAM. Mr. E. James and MIr. Hawkins appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Knowles and Mr. Oliphant for the defendant. The plaintiff was the owner, and described as such in the Race-list, April, 1858, of a race horse named Kelpie, which ran and came in first at the Catterick-bridge races, April, 1858, .for the Ninth Easby Triennial Produce Stakes, value about £130. It appears that the qualifi cation for the horses was that they should have been nominated while in the womb of the mare. Accordingly a Mr. Edwards, the then owner of the Child of the Mist, when she was with foal nominated the foal afterwards called Kelpie for these stakes. Edwards sold Kelpie to Count Batthyany, from whose groom the plaintiff in 1856 purchased him with all the engagements. :Mr. Edwards had become liable to certain for feits, which he had not paid; and according to rule 2...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
Wanted, FIlENDERS for the erection of a Dwelling House I will be received up to the 20th instant. Plan and specifications to be seen at.the resi dence of the undersigned. The advertiser does not bind himself to accept the lowest tender. * Apply to JOHN CULLEN, Jamberoo. Produce Auction Mart and Stock Repository, Sussez-streeet and Union Wharf, Adjoining H. R. N. S. N. Company, SYDNEY. P RITCHARD & WILLIAMS hold Sales by ! Auction of horses, cattle, sheep, pigs, calves, &c., wool,, tallow, hides, shins, hay, maize, bran, and all kinds of Australian Produce every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday. Terms cash. TLLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS-January, S.1 lst part, three largo colored engravings, 6s., ,,post paid,65. 6d: Subscriptions for twelve months -country, £2 7s., postage paid. W. R. PIDDINGTON, Importer, Sydney. Produce Auction Mart and Stock Repository; Sus - sex-street and Union Wharf, Adjoining H. R. N. S; N. Company, SYDNEY. RITCHARD & WILLIAMS, Produce, Stock - ...
NEVER GIVE UP. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
NEVER GIVE UP. Never give up, though all faint and heart weary; Be the hopes thou hast buried but steps to thy will To'mount the dim future, now silent and dreary; Beyond hope's horizon some light lingers still. Never give up, while the lamp of light burneth, '!housh wasted with watching he feeble its flame, The light may suffice, ere to darkness it turneth, On Time's brightest record to blazen th? name. Never give up till thine effort endue thee With force to o'ercomo in the conflict of sin: Never give up, though the strife shall subdue thee; Thy spirit undaunted a blessing will win. Never give up ; though to thee be not given To perfect the good that thy genius bath plann'd; Another shall strive where in vain thou hast striven; Another have strength in the struggle to stand ! . FRITZ.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GRAHAM AND MULHOLLAND'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
.COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GRAHAM AND MULHOLLAND'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Wheat, 9s 6d to 10s per bushel Maize, 3s 3d to 3s 9d do. Barley (Maultirig), 3s to 3s 8d do. Ditto, Cape, 2s 3d to 2s 9d do. Bran, 2s 3d to 2s 9d do. Flour, (1st) £25 to £26 per ton Ditto, (2nd) £23 to £24 do. Hay, £5 to £8 do. Potatoes, £4 to £4 10s do. . Onions, 6s to 12s per cwt."' " "" .. Butter, (1st) 2s ;'ditto, (2nd) ls 6d to es 9d, dull Honey, Gd to 7d do. per lb' -...- . i . Bacon, 6d to 9d do. .. . ...: Cheese, 7d to 9d do. ; . . , .. Eggs, Is 9d per dozen:;, ; . .. Fowls, 3s,6d to 4s per couple Ducks, 4s to 5s do. Turkeys, 8s to 12s do. " ': . Calves, £1 to £2 each ' . Pigs, 6d to Gd per lb.-in demand. .. GRAHAM AND MULHOLLAND, Commission Agents, 'Commercial Wharf, King-street, Sydney, June.29th, 1859.
A "YARN" FROM PORT CURTIS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
A ' YARN"l :FROM1 PORT CURTIS.& A Victorian newspaper, called the Back Creek and Aimherst Advertiser, publishes the following extraordinary" communication "froln -their corres pondent at Port Curtis, who dat~s his letter 10th May last: *A party of 200 miners started from Port Curtis on a prospecting tour. Having provided them selves with a stock of tools and various useful im plements, as also an abundance of provisions and a large quantity of guns and ammunition, they commenced their march with 169 horses, into the interior of the country. They proceeded about 200 miles without meeting any interruption, but at this distance from the Port they encountered a great number of the natives, who endeavored to prevent their travelling any further into the in terior. The whites, however, continued their journey, harassed by the natives, whose num bers augmented each mile they travelled. Arriv ing at the destined spot, they proceeded to work, and after prospecting the ground in diffe...
STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR... Garland and Bingham report the store cattle market as very quiet. No transactions of any importance this week, and few lots offering. We made sales of 1,200 mixed at 40s., and we learn from the letters of our western friends that very few drafts are on the road for Victoria. Sheep are in demand, both to fatten and breed from. For the latter purpose we have sold 2,000 ewes at 15s., and 3,000 ditto at 16s. cash, and taken from the' station. Stations.-Good runs not overstocked are in great re quest, and inquiries made to us for them every day. We liave sold Longothlan, with 3.lO0 head of cattle, at £3 3s., stores, &c., at a valuation, to Messrs. Baigot, Brothers. 'Also a run with stock in the Leiohardt Dis trict, to Messrs. Cox and Collins, for £620. Freehold properties are in demand at advancing prices, and farms are much sought after. 115 York-street, Sydney. 30th June, 1859.:
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
VICTORIA. The City of Sydney brings Melbourne papers to Monday last. The Age says :-The approaching elections are beginning to attract somewhat more attention in the country; but still the rumors of intending can didates are rather scanty. The latest on dits are recorded in the Kyneton Observer and the Ben digo Advertiser. The former mentions the names of Mr. T. H. Hadley, of Melbourne, and Mr. G. W. Johnson, as the probable candidates for Kyne ton, and a correspondent of the latter furnishes tihe following list for the Bendigo district:-Messrs. Sullivan, M'Intyre, Jackson, Grant, Clement, Emmett, Mollison, Casey, Harney, Carpenter, O'Keefe (Edward), and Abbott, for the Sandhurst Boroughs; and Messrs. Brodie, Owens, Simons, Wall, and Ganley, for Mandurang. An. inquest had been held on the body of. the late Miss Mortyn, and (says the Age), terminated in the complete refutation of the unworthy rumors which had .led to the issue of the coroner's war rant. Not the slightest foundation f...
KIAMA LABOR OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
KIAIMA LABOR OFFICE. ' a : a: , a. Farm laborers (la demand), .. . 30 0 to 35 0 Female servants . . , 5* .16 0 .20 0 :-Usefullada' .. ... .... ......... 15 0 .20 0 Marrlied couples .. .. . .. '.. 45 0 60 0 Galrden larborenr ... 0 40 0 Stockmen ... ... .. : .. ..35 0 40 0 Bullock drivers ... .. * .. ..400 0 Horsedriv.ers . .. .. ... ... .. 80:.0 40 0 Ploughmen . ... .. . * . 80 0 . 0 A" SHEFFIELD, Labor Agent, Manning-street Klama.
STATE AID. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
STATE AID. -,Those who advoctte the abolition of this fund for'religious purposes are no doubt governed by the belief that they are acting conscientiously and religiously right. That those who are not in re ceipt of any portion of the fund have argued them. selvesinto this belieo we have no doubt; but to the trading politicians who merely echo the cry of " away with State aid," we are not disposed to give the same credit. Ii they be learned politicians, or pretend to be statesmen acquainted with the constitutional law of the colony, they have been, and are, deceiving their constituents and .the 'abolitionists with a mere clap-trap cant of. their free church principles ; because, if learned in the law, they must know that the Parliament of New South Wales has neither right, power, or author ity, to say nay to 'the grant of £28,000, inas-, much as it forms that part of the civil list accepted by and granted to the Crown of England in e-.. change, bargain, and solemn' compact made, for...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
i. T HErIliGHEST PRICEilgivenl for- hides, and H J skins by., W. J. FRANCIS, Giililen'.Boot, Kiiina. N- o.Such Word, as Fail .=, i. .i.,.~,! A. A REilISTLESS 'REMEDY.'.,,.,x ' Circular to thie Sick.:" .rlHE first'.ho piil esureonts and medical publicists of : i Europe'padinit tthe iunilaralleled anti-uflanmmittory and healing ilir perties otftlis tOintment:;: govern!m.nts sanction its use in their inavalal md military services; and the nmisses 'in.tlhis cosiuntry mitd thioiughout the world, repose the u?"niost confidelce llin its i'urative properties. It penetrates-the sources of infhlamation and corruption which;tunderlie the externalt evidence oft disease, ,ant neutrialize the fiery elements. thich t?eed and exasperate the malady. (RHEUMATISM, SCROFULA, "ERYSIPELAS. " These' are among the most terribleh andt agonixing ; isease ; yet, in their. wrs: torm?;sand. when seemingly incurabhle, they :inviriailv.dimstippearunider a lprs vermtg applieationr of tithis sootling, headli? antid...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
DIARY. ...A. UN ON 5U1 suN 88T MOON'S MORNING MONTH. WEEK. MIRNII . 8ID . ... AI . TID.. II. M. S. II. M. II. M. D. 1. M. July: 8 . .. 56 58 7 11 4 56 1 4 33 3 8......... 57 6 7 11 4 57 2 5 38 , .7........ 57 14 711 4 5 .3 6 31 , ...T... 57 1 ]0 1 4 58 4 7 17 6, W\ ........ 7 I 7 10 4 65 5 7 36 ,, 7 ...... 57 40 7 10 4 58 6 8 62 ,, 8F ....... 57 50 7 10 4 59 7 9 606 THE KIA3LA EXAILNER. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. All communicntions intended for insertion must be authenti. cated by tho name and address of tho writer-not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. SATUtRDAY, JULY 2, 1859.
MRS. WING v. BRAIDWOOD PUBLICANS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
-Mas WsING v. ·BnAImwoonD:: PunDroAws:-Mrs. 'Wing (inidoubtedly a strong-minded if not~istrong "oater woman) gives notice to the publicans' of Braidwood, through the columns of the Daily News, of her intention to .throw. down her glove provided they do not send home her woiser half at the usual hour of.retirement:--" Notice.-If the publicans of, this toivn cannot " make Up their mouths" without keeping an 'open house all night, and harboring my husband, James Wing, I will take . further proceed ings into it. :So take this from Mary Wing." THE''" EPIRE" ESTATE.-At an adjourned meet ing of creditors in the Empire estate, held yesterday, Mr. E. P." Ince in the, chair, a proposal (submitted on the previous Friday) that the creditors sihould surrender all claim on the book debts and other assets was rejected by a/majority of 6 to 3, the creditors present intimating their- desire :that the assignee should ascertain what offer the purchasers of.the plant, &c., (Messrs. Hanson and.B...