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THE REVOLUTION IN CUBA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
TIHE REVOLUTION IN CUBA. SPHILADELPHIA, April t4th.-The correspondhent of the Public Ledger gives the following fcots in re gard to the Cuban revolutiou:- . On the 28th of March, the barque Gaga cleared from this port for Havan, anl there is every:reason tobelieve she had one hundred filuster oni board, and a liberal supply of firearms and immunlition. On the day following, thdt brig Miiznthili cleared for Fernandina, Florida; it is supposed alod; she is afilibuster . :.. .' The.principal partner in the firn' of Moda and Co., the firm who cleared the first vessel, is~related, by marriage, tothlhniouesi 'filibxister Gictixil Gbi: curia, Treasurer of the Cuban Junta.....-... This estbhlishes a direct connection ,between the barque Gage andt the 'filibusters.:':The t Spanish Minister is in town, sorely disturbed in reference to the movements. .. -. , The United States Marshlanlil'is in great troub'e,. and has set a watch upon two vessels lying off the battery.
GRAHAM AND MULHOLLAND'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
GRAHAM AND MITLHOLLAND'S PRODUOE CIRCULAR. Wheaf,: gs"d to 100 perbushel Maize, 3si 3d to 3c 9d do. : Barley (Maultir g), 3sto 3s 8d do. Ditto, Clipe, 2s 3d to 2s 9d do. . Bran, 2c 3d1 to 2s 9d (1o. Floucr, (lst) £25..t??c £2 li;er to Ditti,(2nil) £23 to £24 do. - Hay, £6 to £8 do. Poitntrisic, £4tif £4 10s do. Oniois, Cs to 12s jier cwt. Butter,~(lst) 2c; ditto; (2nd) ls. d to is 9d, dull Hboney, Gd to 7d do. per lb. Bacon; Gd.:to 9d do.-.. : .. Cheese,:7d to9d do.. Eggs, 1s9s' I er dizen Fowls, 3c 6d .to 4.c per coupli : ' Dicks, 4c to 5s do.?; : . Turkoys, 8s to i2s'd6. Calves, £1 to £2 each Pigas, 6d to.6d per lh.-in demand.. GRAHAM AND MIULTHOLLAND; Commisiion Agents, Commercial Wharf, King-street, Sydneyi June 29th, 1859. -
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
.,O TBRh EDITOR OF ThIIP. KIAMLA EXAMINER. As m'an of your readers are interested in the ad vanucemet of this district, or in steam communnica tindi generally, I enclose the fiollowing statement of the history of steam communlicatlon here:- It is now some three years sinc the steamers of 'the Illauarra i ,Stein tiN ,Ation (orip iiyfirI' visited the port of Ulladulla;ith'eir"isits beiung entirely vol?untary, afnidregulated by dircumstances : independent of the;.wishos of tho settleirs.;ZAt this time the harbor was unprovided with accomimoda-, tion,, and the dcarioleS were landled0 oi shppiiied by; carrying the goods: to or from thle, boa's, and Mr. David Warden's house or-store; by manual l.abor .. the regular connunimuncation was'conducted by Mr. Warden's schooiedr,'Je;nii~'Dseins. .This state of'': tliings continued uhntii thei latter end of tlle y,.ear,': 1857, wliehe Mri:': Wase opened :a cbrrespondence with the Mane~r of I.S N.Co., w hicli res ultid i the withdrawal of the Jenny...
STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
STOCK AND STATION CIRCIULAR. Mes.sr.. iGarland.i andi Biiiniapi;mrfirthn t 'a thte salestof'store cattle this week liave been very small, and the lots offering inferior ; iprees have :not nl. teied, and' maiy lie quoted at-ibullocks,' sgce, 3'r 6, £3 to £3 5s.; mixed lots, ages, 2 to 6; £2 5s. to £2 7s. 6d. :Thle supply. of&lt; cettle in the fiattcniir districts isin excess of the demand, and expected to continue so for a time. Store Sheep.-TThis market continues good, our sales comprise 13.000 'wethers, delivered on the Murray, at 18s. cash.i and 1,200 ewes, taken for breeding purposes fiom the station, at 16s. cash, and there are many inquiries fir good sheep. The fall in wool having been anticipated by letters per .Nortlham; has not influenced the market; andl when itisd known how small our clip for 1858. really ihas ..been,-we believe prices will improve.. . ; Stations. - Nothiug new. to report; ,we have so;!e very superior unstocked in the nmarket, hut few with sheep in...
[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE. (FROM THE S. M. HERALD.) Monday, 7.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
" : BY Er:cTriuo 'ILFOIAPrii] ITLIIOUlNIE." . .(FOeS TIHE a.. i.. .RAID.) i, " ?iMondlby, 70.p.m?' : Flour snlt to.day, at auction, of Hart anl HNughes' branid at £27 5s. to £27 10s., and tlie market is still supported bly speculhtion. :Soinelots of Mauritius sugar heve been sold :at from £40 to £43 for milhlling to fine yellow.; crys tals, £44; Pamlmpanga, £28. The entries for tihe Australian Chbampion Sweep. stakes are to be mide to-night. It is expect el that the colonies will.be represented by these entries: Victoria.-- The Mloor, Flatcatheir, Alice Haw thorne, Tomnboy, Flying Jib, Flying Buck, Wait awhile, Nutwith, Tricolor, .Quiz-the-\ind, Mil bourme Praxiteles. New South Wales..-Zoe, Zingara, and Sailor. South Australia.-Blaclk Bess, Bri'ber. Tasmanlia.-kQuicklstep, Hercules, Camel, Swords mano Devil imnong 'itailors. ' '' S"New Zealaed.L-Io. Stoio', 3lissRove. Betting is very quiet~-100 to 2CO agat Strop. - 'Aiconvict nammed.,Rowley,at Pentridge Stockade, .has mniurderously ...
KIAMA LABOR OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
-;":·· MRIAMA LABOR OFFICE. * .A P.I.. ,£a..». Farm laborcra (tu drmamd) .. 30 t'io 35:. 0 Femnale iorvantb . ' . 1' .. ..; 0 ..2010 U efal lads o ..:. :.. . ' 0... ;.. : : . . .;: 15 .0 .0..0 * lnrrled couples . ; ......" .. 45 0 0 0 ; Garden larborers ' ' , - ' " .. " i5 0 , 40 -0 *Stockmen ..... 35'.0. ,40::U0 Bullock drivers ,. .... ., , 40 0 .0 " cO. * Horsti drivers..... . , ; ,, ,' 0 O '':40 0 Ploughmen ', . . .:' ;;,.30 0 .36 0 A* sHEFFIEiD, Labor Agent, M"nrilngotreot Kilama.
SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, 5TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
SHOALJHAVEN. , [''' orM OURa C1RaRSPONDRNT.I COUIIT OF PETTY. SESSIONS. T '.UKSDAY, 5TII.JULY. DitUNKENNESs.-Wa1trr lts were .issued for the apprehension of Doctors Shepherd andl Lawson charged with being drunk and disorderly, end who: declined thie invitation to "come to rourt." A man namdc Baniley admitted a simiilar charge, anl in considlerntion of.its heing only his second otfence, he hadliis' choice of forty-eight hours. a payment of £2. 'Fine paid. Another second-offcnce man, named Huxley, bowed to a like dlecisioi. CnuOELTY '0o ANxmAI.s.-A man named?I"Donald was charged with ill-treating a mare by keeping her. tied to a fence all iiight. The mare when dis covered in the morning was much swollen fromex Sposure to thie cold. Case disnmissed. :last'eus aND ServANTs Ac't.-A party named Winslade, hired servant of Mr. Hutchinson, was 'charged ivith disobledience of orders and having beeil the cause of the death of a heifer by driving her into a well: she was valued at £6.. D)efelnd...
GOLD AT SWAMP-OAK CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
. GOLD AT SWAMP-OAK COnREK. During the panst week we were shown a sample of goldl .procuired eit these diggings, weighing about twenty-five oences, Sand obtained by a small party by'.surfacing. .It is •of.a rough or nuggetty description, and is one of thia finest samples we have seen. A very large, hroa is said to be nanriferonus and only requires .population to develop it and estnablish it one of the best dig gings in the district. Our informant is a ?rot re " spectable resident near the placb, and ori"whose statement the utmost reliance.may be placed.,....Is dded there can be little doubtof the nnuriferous char acter, of some of the ground round Tamworth, and *e aire of ipinion that not a tenth part hais yet been Sdiscovered; -All that is needed is popalatiodn. We *rill ri-efer tdthis matter anon.- 'Tcidmoorth~cEx aminer E?.xEcUTiN, -At a recent meeting of the Execu tive'Council, the'final decision was arrived at. with reference to the fateof the'unhappy old mcar itimeil Jchn Norr...
SHELL HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
, SHELL HARBOR. .[ RaoM Ou:colRResPrONDENT.' :Parutnt to puhblicendvertisement a nnmerously attendled meetinc vwOs held onf Wednesdliy, the6th instant, to deliberate upon things in general, in a municipil point nf view. -.Redall, Esq.; occupy "ini' the lchair. The' proceedings were of rather, a desulto;r nature, and nlthing pImrticulair was elicited beyond a very geniral expression of dissatisfinetin on acount of six'nictmbers only hieing allotted to the prospective Corporuite. hody instead of nine, to which lattler nmlm ber, by the Act, we are clearly entitled. " . A deptutatiti wvas appointed to call on Mr. Per rott oni the subject.
THE NEW COURT-HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
STue NiIw Couer-ousi.-It vWill be seen'by our advertising colunns:that tenders fbr the erection of a suitable building for the administration of justice eand the:delivery of our solons'dictates, have been C.;Olledfor. The 'plan may be seen ait'tlhe police offieoanid is weill worthy of inspection: when cbm pleted it will he an ornament to our'town and a convenience which has of latebeeti much needed. Enauna rt.--TMr. "Paddy O'FlannsiRgn" hnR.sent 'is a.very' shnrp rep'remand for having, ~' misripre sintitd" hit innour issue of the 25th ultin!o. rIh delence .%beg to stiatelthait the "misriprestation"' twas h.y no means intention al: his preciouis allfision ., did not reach us till aInt bnon the' day of publication, end to make the matter worsa,'thl obhcure portions of his Geek were-.for tihe pupose of translation placed'in the hands of a well.known literary l1.D., -who it appears:had been Sending the previous nilght at: : heince' the mistake. However, in order to place MIr. Paddy O'Fl...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. . --*-- "* / PORT OF SYDNEY. - AnatvALs. July 2.-.Caldera; ship, 826 tons, Captain Cymo, from the Downs 8th February. July 2.-'Lord Worsle!y (s.), 290 tone, 'Captain'John stone, froin Manakau 25th June. July 3.-Fernand, French barque, 269 tons, Captain Blaudiet, from Valapraiso :0th April, and Tahiii 23rd 1?fay. , July 4 - Dawslone, 541 tons, Captain Newton, from, the Downs 21st February. July 6.- Orien, American ship. 1,297 tons, Captains Sibbey, from Puget Sound 5th May. DEPART'URES. July 3.- ~yclone, for Melbourne. July 4.-Eagle, for Melbourne. July 5.-Buonaparte, for Launceston. July 6.-.ollandiia, for Sourabaya.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SOLOMON HYAM'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SOLOMON HYAM'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Potatoes, £4 to.£4 lOs per ton Wheat, 9s 6d to 10. per bushel .Barley 2s Cd to 3s do. Corn, a3s 3d to is 4d do. Butter, Is 9d to -s per lb. Cheese, 7d to Sd do. Bacon. 8d to 9d do. Fowls, 3s 6d to 4s per pair ' : : Eggs, is 4d-to is id per dozen * ' Bide, ls, 12e, and 14s each . SPigs (fat), in demand Calves, do. Market Wharf, Sydney, July 6, 1859.::
PORT OF KIAMA. EXPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
S PORT OF KIAMA. " EXPORTS Per llnwarr Steam Navigation Companye' steamerr Jor the week ending sth July, 1859: 230 kegs Iutter, 2 cases cheese, 5 coops poult'v, 9 cses eggs, 24 hdles bacon;, 76 pigs, 20 calves, 52 lh9gs wheat 12 do. malize, 20 do. onions, so30 hides,, 4 bundles calf-skiii, 1I hogshead tallow, 1 do. pork. alld nndries. Kauma, 2nd Julpy, ?B9.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
Yeast! Yleast! SCONSTANT SULPPILY of the above st the Kiama zi Brewery. . GEORGE HUNT. Caution. THE proprietors of horses are. particularly cau. I tioned to give written' instructions to their servants when directing them to purchase ROW'S EMBROCATION, OR FARMER'S FRIEND. The extraordinary and daily increasing sale which its curative powers have secured, has induced several parties to offer spurious and useless imita. tions. These are utterly worthless in respect of their, professed, powers,.and resemble the original only in the similarity of the name, which has been adopted for the purpose of obtaining some of the patrounage which has been so liberally bestowed on "Row's Embrocltion, or Farmer's Friend." As these imitations can niecessarily be sold, wholesale, cheaper than the genuine article, an inducement is held to the storekeepers to supply the public with an inferior article.. The proprietors, with a view of further protecting the public against fraud, now attach their individ...
POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 7TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
LICE COURT THURSDAY, 7TH JLY. (Before M. Griy, Esq.,chairman; and Messr. .Fry, --" - Hittdmnirshl, end Porrott, J.P.'s) WVilliam BI'Nally, charged with having been drunk, was ordered to pay 10s. and costs, or in do Sfault, tiwveiity:fur :libours io the cells, t liiattei priferrod by pridoner. The Bench, at the request of ihe Postmnster Genernl, went into f -minite -investigation rolative 'tb a registered:letter supposedlto have been sent to. the.Gcrring~orig post-iflice and dirccted.to Baihiarati containing a sum of £25. This case:lasted a lonig. Itjime, bild.cncn!cludedthl:buinessof thle day.
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
MISCELLANEOUS. Why is the :puipil of the eye like a'bad boy at school ? Because he is always under the lash. In the shadow of a small waist may be seen a long doctor's hill, and the outline of a coffin. An entire: Chinese regiment, for having aban doned an untenable fort, lias been sentenced to wear for five years women's clothes. In Arkansas, when a man desires to say that he would like a drink, lie declares that if he had a glass of whisky, he would throw himself outside of it, mighty quick I Mrs. Smith, hearing strange sounds.; inquiredof her servant if she snored in her sleep? "I don't kn',w, marm," repliedl .Becky, quite. innocently; " I never lay awake long-enough-to diskiver." Why is a beauty like the engine on a railway,? - Bucause she draws atrnain after, her,, scatters the sparks, transports the males (mails), and-makes us forget time and space. - " Yoiing: man; do you know what relations you" sustain in this world ?" said a minister of our ac qu'aintance to a young man of...
DEATH BY DROWNING. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
DEATI'?BY T)RaOw'no.- -On Satoi'lay about fi?e o'clock, Williamu . Henry; ita hbrother of thoe-yoiulng m:ai wlhoa shlort time go was lulled il' off his horse at the foot of Mt'"Terry;. in company with his brother John and a young man named James Don nelly, went on:the Minnamuro River ini a boat for the purpose of fishing, wheln it was upset by.a heavy surf, and he perishel, iiscompanions rieach-~ ing thie shore in safety. Tie body was fi;?iihil. on Sunday morning:nt daybreak by the. puntman. 'Thle deceased W.a'i eiliteen years of age,.and was a son bf th late Rdv. vMr. Henry, a WVesleyan min s-. ter. On ''tiesday his remainsi were attended. to their lastr-e'isting-place by a numerous -pdtion of: the inhabitants. " . ... .. .: : '- . - ACOIDFrNT AT THr MIENAOERIE.-AR Mr. Billing ,ins feeding the lions on ,Wednesday evening, Sam son, who is ravenous iifter his food, made a dash at the meat, and nearlyi succeeedd in getting ouant of hlis den. His paw came in cnritact with Mr. Bil ling'...
THE ELECTIONS. NEW ENGLAND. (FROM THE MAITLAND MERCURY.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
)E ELECTIONS. S \V'E GLAND. (ROM TiE iAITLAD.M ESCURI.)iIR WeVo Ihave receiu d frrm n bnsilness, correspondent the following bri ilote of the poll at ArmitdLle, on the 30th June. T iefinal resilt will probably not lie knownfor soelthe ys. \ " Arminidl, June 30. " I send you the tate of -tlio poll at. Armidale, as declared htt five o'clock:- Hart,..;... :. ............., 132 . Rusd . . 110 Last evejingn gentlemili, whlo hadl jost arrived from Armidale,l liged us ~with the lollowing note of the result of hle lopolliig at fouir polling: .places, anil the anticipated result of the election *Ariidaleo.. :. . .. .. 132 ............ 119 U rilln ........ ...,... 128 3....... 2...." 8' Bendetomeer ..\....... 2 .:............. 25 Falco r ..... ....... 2 .......;... 9..... "2So:, 225 " So far the above is a correct account of the state of the poll at the above-namedl plac;:. There are three othler'placee from which aecutints hadl not yet beeoon furnished; but as they are principally situnated ...
THE GAME OF POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
THE 'G lE OF POLITICS. It is a very difficult,:and always an.unpleasant,. duty to try to coinvince theipublic that they have committed mistakes, or are liable to make.serious uiihtakes;. Nationial vanity beiig ami .aggi egate 'it' the'individual vanities of a.country's- clildren, it , is at once highly:?suscepltible :andt veiyunrea'sonl able. We believe, however;, there is no .tlotight: ful nr,. iight-minded citizenii:ii:i this A.istralioil commonwealth, prepared .at the present time to. 'deiy that politics iseday by-day, taster and faster, blecoming. a mere matier dfutrade--a Sort of pub lic speculatiotn-a game-nmotigSt is. This being the.case, there arises a grands necessity for the public teacher to proclainim loudly and earnestly. ---to tlose'who will hearken.to 'liim; the impoirtance of derivirig lessois fro~i the ufruittl'ul past, iiid prepare the soil for more. salutary successes' ii future. Wliat have been our results of Responsible Governmeni? What:legisative aclievemetts c...
MONARO. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
31ONARO. Cooin?, 2nilJuly.--I beoto hnnrld for your infor mation the result of the poll foIr thlis electorate (Monaro) which took place at tlhe following places,r S ::7. *- = I,?lamilton. Egan., Cooma ............... 148 3..........0..... 0 Nimital ol;.....:... 31 .............. 31 :Bomliala ..;.... ......132 ..............,57 311 118 Mi';jhiy for Hiiamilton ..... 103 : Imminedintcly, on the, announeemeit being made at Cooina, Mr. Hamilton was plnced in a chnitr and carried in' triumph thriughout the towilishp ; the hearers heing composed exclusively of tho native youth of the district.