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THE ELECTIONS. CAMDEN. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
THE ELECTIONS. (PROM THE B. M. HERALD.) S . .,CAMDEN. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. The Returning Officer for the electorate of Cam den (J. M. Antill, Esq.), made the official declara tion of the poll yesterday (Wednesday) at noon, in front of the court-house, at, Camnden. ' There` were . about a hundred persons assembled. The-following was stated to.be the result: Wild ... ... *... .:, 674 · H. Oxley, .. . ... ... .511 Morrice ... ... ... .. 473 giving a majority of Wild over Morrice of 201, and of Oxley over Morrice of 38. He therefore declared Mr. William V. Wild and Mr. Henry . Oxley to be duly elected as representatives for the electorate of Camden. . Mr. Wild then stepped forward and stated that he was not at all surprised at the result of the elec tion, as he had expressed his confidence that this would be the result. Still he was none the less thankful to the electors on that account. He trusted, and sincerely believed, that neither he nor the gen tleman they 'had appointed to se...
THE REV. DR. LANG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
THE REV. DR. LANG.--The Rev. Dr. Lang arrived in Goulburn last evening, on his way to the Tumut, for the representation 'of which district his son is a candidate.- Goulburn Chronicle THE SEASON.-- Throughout the whole of the past week there have been keen frosts in Goilburn. Ice two inches thick has been broken in some places. WOLLONGONG N?IITA c ES.-A meeting Of the Turf Club was held at Davis' Hotel, on Tuesday last, when several additional members were ballotted for. The-principal features of the programme were' discussed, and it was decided that the amount. of the Maiden Plate should be £50, with a proportion ate sweep. The meeting was eventually adjourned until the 12th July, when it will be held at the Wollongong Hotel (now Elliott's), - lawearra Mier cury... BooNoo BooNoo GoLD FIELDns.-We understand that a sample of quartz from Boonoo Boono, weigh ing 14 ounces, was lately forwarded to Melbourne by the Rev. W. B. Clarke to be examined, and that the result is reported as.1 oun...
OVERLAND MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
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[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE. Wednesday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
[Br ELECTRICO TELEGRAPH.] (FROM THE . M. HERALD.) MELBOURNE. Wednesday, 7 p.m. Her Majesty's birthday ball was held last evening, and went off splendidly, The weather was cool. The building crowded, and the arrangements excelleiit. It was the best birthday 'ball held in Victoria. Rain'is still falling. The Yarra is flooded. At Ballaaratthiere is a flood, but no great damage re-. ported. The flour market is firmer. Sales of best' Ade laide brands at £26 to the trade. Country orders coming in more freely. In import market nothing doing in stock and share market. There are speculative purchasers in Bendigo. Water Works at 175 per cent. prem., and Miller's New Insurance Company's shares at 100 per cent. prem.
MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
MELBOuRiE, TIIURBDAY.-(BY ELEOTRIC TELE. ?'ºBaPH).-Tho floods at Ballaarat have been very destructive. Two lives lost--a man and woman. A man was also carried away at Creswick. The flood is very high in some parts of Melbourne ; San dridge is quite impassable-last night it was two feet under water.
THE PERILS OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
TH° E JPER. LS* OF A ..TRALIA. The' foll6owiig article appeared in the Empire of:26th May last., The author (a gentleman residing in Sydney) lately forwarded it to us with an.urgent request that we would give it a place in the Examiner: When the fiist settlemen't' was made in.Aus tralia- by a few troops and convicts from Eng land, Governor Phillip would probably have thought any person insane, who might :have pre dicted' that, in the .course of seventy years, so extct ive and lovely a city as Sydney would bha?' 'i'risen upon the site of. the wilderness which then surrounded one of the safest and most beautiful harbors in the world. .Little could he have thought, that into this community, notwithstanding its unpromising origin, would eventually flow the wealth of Rothschild and the children of Israel, covering the country with railways and its waters with steam vessels; converting the dreary forests into almost countless villages, wheat-fields, and or chards. Still less could he have...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
., . Newspaper Establishment AND MACHIINFE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, SSnOATAVEN STREET, KrIAsA. THE' Proprietor takes this opportunlity of iforminr T the inhal,itants of Kiatia and the surrounding dis tiebt, that he continues to execute Printing of every kind and description at the lowest possible prices, and on the shorte;t notice: Having at .onsilderable expense imported some of the most beauntiful machinery ever introduced into the print ing I;nsiness in New ioitlI Wailes, which for speed anil execution of work, stands unrh ailed. ie would confidently expect from the district a-fair share of Iatronage and support. Book Worki Cards of Address Circuildrs, ii script type " Receipt Books Circtars. in. rotide do. Order Rooks "Pors:s Promisory Notes .. llnd Iiills ;I ill.Headlini, s; &c,, Execulted lol the.shortest notice. : The; fills wiiig Foris may lie obtained at this office: leaeo I oanse "haiik ooks Bt A\llspremntice's Inldenltures Molevy Order Books .or us Pf A:greeineit ...
PORT OF KIAMA. EXPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
FORT OF KIA3fA. zXPORTS Per Illawarra Steam Navigation Company's steamers jor tFli week ending 2nd'July, 1859 :-230 kegs butter, 2 cases cheese, 5 coops poultry, 9 cases eggs, 2 bales -bqcon, 76 pigs, 20 calves, 52 bags wheat, 12 do. maize, 50 do. onions, 30 hides, 4 bundles calf-skins, 1 hogshead tallow, 1 do. pork, and sundries. Kiama, 2nd July, 1859.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. June 25.-Yarra Yarra (s.), 500 tons, Captain Bell, froni-Moreton Bay 22nd June. .. . June 25.--AMimosa (s.), 300 tons, Captain Fletcher, from the Clyde River 23th ultimo. -Jnne 25.-Wonga Wonga (s.), 734 tons, Captain Walker, from 3Melbourne 23rd ultimo. Juno 26.--Venture, brig, 134 tons, Captain Brown, from Middleton Reef, 11 ultimo. June 27.-Eagle (s.), 200 tons, Captain Chatfield, from Rockhampton 16th ultimo. June 29.-City of Sydney (s.), from Melbourne 27th ultimo. DEPARTURES. June 26.-Ameila Breillat, for Guam. June 26.-Regia, for Guam. June 28.-Lovestein, for Sourabaya. June 28.-Margaret Mitchell, for Manila. June 29.-Tohn Williams, for South Sea Islands.
NARELLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
NARELLAN. Mr. E. Palmer, the Returning Officer for the eleg torate of Narellan, attended yesterday at the Court house, and declared 'officially the result of the pol ling on Monday, to be as follows: Hurley' ... ..'. . .. 3 811 :, J.Oxley .. .. ... 199 He therefore declared John Hurley duly returned as a representative for the Electorate of Narellan, in the Legislative Assembly. (Loud cheers.) ! Mr. Hurley and Mr. Oxteyhboth briefly addressed the' electors, thanking them for the support they had severally received. The usual vote of thanks was given 'to the Re turning Officer. We give below the numbers polled at the differ ent places for each of the candidates. The figures :were published in our issue of Tuesday, but owing to a stupid blunder at the Telegraph Office, the re turns of Narellan; Appin, and Greendale respec tively, were transposed; the totals were, however, correct, and were the same as. those declared yester day. Hurley. J. Oxley. Campbelltown ... 201 ... 39 Narellan ....
MEMBERS ELECTED POR THE NEW PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
MEMBERS ELECTED FOR THE NEW PARLIAMENT. East Sydney.............Hon. Charles Cowper John Black Henry Parkes , t Hon. James Martin SPaddiiiton......... Sir Daniel Cooper. Murrumbidgee.;......William'Macleay Brisbane. ..... .....John Richardson Bathurs ,...... :....;;....::J. F. Clements Nepean. ....... J.. .....R. Jamison Goulburn .................W. Roberts West Sydney ..............Rev, Dr. Lang J. Pemell S. T. Broughton J. H. Plunkett Newcastle ...................Arthur Hodgson Illawarra ....................Hargrave Kiama .............S.....•....S. W. Gray Tlhe Gleebe .................John.Campbell Elst Macquario..;.....;..;;W; Cummings, Suttor. Yass Plains ................T. Laidlaw Wollombi ....................W. T.'Cape Northumberland............A. W. Scott "' Newtown...:..................Alexander "M'Arthur Western Gold-fields........R. Wisdom Paterson .-...................VW. M. Arnold WestMacquarie . J.......::..J M'Phillamy Ipswich . ....... J. Macalister St. Leonard's.:......
WHERE SHALL THE DEAD BE BURIED? [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
WHERE SHALL THE DEAD BE BURIED 7 This is. a grave question, gravely and 'sopleinly asked on' behalf of the inhabitants 6f the Geriin gong portion ofthis district. And much surprised are we, that at this period of colonial existence, in a civilized country and Christian community, it should be found necessary-to.ask suclrajquestion, which we are'induced to o.iunder the following dis tressing circuristances: Passing through. Gerringong on Saturday last, we observed a number of persons assembled in a small enclosed paddock adjoining the Church of England; going amongst them we found them engaged in burying the man who had been killed by the falling of a tree; the grave was dug, and the coffin lowered to its last bed,. and sorrowing friends standing round, and others in groups conversing in suppressed tones; but alas ! no clergyman was in attendance to perform the solemn and beautifying service for the dead- the deceased was to be buried like a dog. The schoolmaster, hbwever, was, after...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
Editors, Emperors, and Kings live' forever : may theirshadows never grow less. If the chair be vacated, it is at once occupied-the Press rolls. on, aind the broad sheet is issued to rule its little world of opinion. Though crowned heads ascend to the realm of.bliss, still their thrones are filled, and their subjects miss them not!l So it is with the editorial chair of the Examiner; we are now only keeping it warm for another that the public may not feel the want of' the usual " leader." And now that we are writing our last in connection with this journal we may be per mitted to say that -residing at such a distance from Kiama, and from" circumstances utterly be yond our control, we have never exercised the full power, nor enjoyed the privilege-whether of maln agement or dictation-which properly belongs to the editorial pen; yet, were there not other diffll culties to contend against, of an insurmountable nature, we believe the public would have had no reason to be dissatisfied, as, ...
MORUYA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] EDEN ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
MORUYA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) EDEN ELECTION. June 28th.—Underneath is the final result of the polling in this electorate :— Egan. Clarke. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Eden ... ... 68 ... ... 3 Panbula ... ... 62 ... ... 49 Bega ... ... 80 ... ... 70 Moruya ... ... 99 ... ... 117 Borlalea ... ... 13 ... ... 18 Nelligen ... ... 15 ... ... 12 337 269 Majority for Mr. Egan ......... 68 I should have mentioned in my former communica- tion, that Mr. Clarke was very much dissatisfied with the manner in which the Moruya presiding officer discharged his duty. Whether Mr. Clarke &nbsp; had or had not cause, it must be confessed it was unfortunate that the appointment did not fall upon a less ardent politician than Mr. Gannon. As, however, legal proceedings are threatened, I would not be justified in doing more than merely alluding to the matter.
HORRIBLE OUTRAGE, ON THE CONCONGELLA CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 2 July 1859
HORRIBLE OUTRAGE, ON THE CONCONGELLA.' CREEK.-The following, from the Ararat Advertiser, are the particulars of the outrage: alluded to in a recent issue, when it was mentioned that the police were on the track of the ruffians.. On Tuesday or Wednesday last, as a little girl,. the daughter of a dairyman of that place,was walking or playing a few hundred yards from home, she was assaulted by a man, who used the most atrocious means to effect his purpose.. She was. found by her, father, shortly after the offence had been perpetrated, who, as may be supposed, was half frantic at the sight. He and others were in search of the miscreant all night, and had their search been successful, it is pretty evident his trial would soon have taken place, and execution quickly followed. ' The man is known, and the police are after him. The poor child is only eight years old.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
AarCuLTvURAL IMPLEMENTS.-This. being the'season 'for carrying on tihe necessary field operations fir the getting in of the spring crops, we desire to call the attention of our farming friends to a catalogue of English, Irish, and Scotch agricultural implnements, constructed on the newest and most approved models; and im-. ported to this colony by Garland and Bingham, 115, York-street, of this city. We have re marked that the implements supplied by this onterprisirig ::firmn,. ald ihich: embrace all re quired for the field or the farm-yard, are.pro duced by the mostY eminent manufacturers, and are at the same time adapted to the require ments of the colony under present circumstances There is' nothing superfluous, each instrument being madeto accord with our system of farming -the great object being to economise labour. In ploughs. wei have every variety, from the strong wrought iron plough, adapted for the strength:of four horses, to the pony plough, which dresses the around between...
CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
W a e CALIFORNIA. tWe have piapers from San Franci.so to the 14th of M eay. The. disoivery of- new diggings at Plecerville, on the rnad to Uenoa, was creatung great excite menat.; Dr. IBaker, of San Francisco, had re turned-from the diggings, bringing some beauti ful: specimens of dcourse gold. He says there are tllree ravines of considerable extent, known to prospect well. About two hundred persons had left to prospect. . - Another actountsays:-Companies are being organised, and leaving for the new diggins, and parti, ' in ivWaggons, on horseback, and -a-foot, have been passing through Placerville-in rapid succsion- " S tonrn. onATadoZTESj " " Of late, it appears, that several.mnrders of a most atirocious lchiiracter have beenl p?rpetrated in Utah, undeir the authority and direction of the Church. The Iee/kly Californian of thei' 14tli May says:-- . A fearful recoid of crimne committdd by'tho Moi'mous iit Salt Lake hlis just been 'develo ed' in the examiniations before Judge r'adle...
CHANGES IN THE AUSTRIAN CABINET. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
'CHANCES IN ITHE AUSTRIAN CABINET., The Prime Minister of. Austria, Count Buol, has retired from oflice. He lieas beei .succeeded by Couint Rescihbrg. POL[uCY OF FOREIGN STATES. Prussia is evideitly ,"imitating the predu-. tioiihry measures of Englahnd, though at present taking no part in hostilities. The whole of the Prussian army has b?en placed oin-a war-footing. The English Government has sanctioned the formation of Volunteer Rifle Corps, and lissued a" ~cirulcarr laying dokvn 'tlie:conditiins. Sir John Lawrence is 'to be raised to the:Peer agei Lord Canniiig hias b1een created an Earl;.a -Baronetcy lies been conferred on Lord Ellpbii Sstone; . Severil public meetings hail been hield in Ering land, declaring ill favor of noi ini ervention.: "Ministers are said to have. forned a coaliti iz with the ultraniontatne Cdthiolic party througoint the election.? Another new Bishopic is to lbe created in Austialia,. .. Moreton Bay has beeii eri oted i?to an indepen deint coloilyL. Sir G. ...
ARRIVAL OF THE SALSETTE. WAR DECLARED BETWEEN FRANCE AND AUSTRIA! THE EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH IN THE FIELD. REVOLT OF TUSCANY AND FLIGHT OF THE GRAND DUKE. SEPARATION OF MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
- ARRIVAL 0O' THE S:AL SE TT :E. : ::WAR DECLARED . , BETWEEN FRANCE AN.D: AUSTRIA! THE EMPEROR OFTHE FRENCH .IN THE FIELD. REVOLT OF TUSCANY AND FLIGHT OF THE GRAND DUKE. SEPARATION OF MORETON :BAY. : [By ELEOT lO T0LEsERAPsH.J The Enmpire furnishes the following important news: Sa Adelaide, Wednesday morning. The P: and . .Company's'mhil steamer Salsette, with the May 'niails, arrived 'at Kangaroo Island' yesterday morning. Her dates are, Southiampton, 12th May; " Londonr ('iv a MIarseilles), 18tlh, Suez 27th, Aden, 2nd June, 1Iauritius 16th, KaIigaroo Island and Nepeani Bay 5th July. The steamer Corio, with the mails, arrived at Glenelg jetty ;at half-past ten, hIaving left the Salsette at Kangaroo Islaid, at a very early hour this morning. The news is the most important that has rehched these colonies since the declaration oftwar with Russia. S. WAR IN ITALY. . I The Austrian troops having invaded Piedmont at several poicts, and Austria having foinially de claied war against. :S...