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HASTINGS. (FROM THE HERALD'S CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
HASTINGS. (FR0o TIlE IIFIIALD'S CI.RRISPODKNT.) Port Mncqu~tric, July '0.--I heurewith hnd you the return of thle jlliing for the electorate of the; HIstings, which has resultcd in the return of Mr. H. Flett:-. Flett. Adrhews. Pantori Dl'fCatthy. PortMacqulnrie.. 22 ... 89 .... 10 .... O Rollald's Plails..; 2 .... 8 . ..... .... O Winghlaun'..... 52 ....106 ..... O .. 1 Cendletown ..... 158 .... 8 .....: o .... O Tilhonee.. . : 5 .... ?6 .... 805.; . O Kempsey... ..... 2 ..... 3 .. 149 ..... 0 8.21 278 186' 1 ;
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
·I)1ALLt6· DAKS, SU'N O I SU.N MOUN'S MORvING MOXTHE. REEK. SEKID'S RISeS U AOE. TIDE. ,* , I. M. S. II. "M. I m . I July 9 8 .... 5? ss 7 10- " 5 8.- :. 33 10 lS..... ST, 6 7 6 1 9 6 38 ,, 1131........ 6 5,14 7 5 1 10 8 31 ,, 1l .T.... .57 7 6 5 2 11 7 17 , 13 W...... 657131 7 8? 12 . 7 33 , 14T ........ 57 401 5 .13 8 89 1 F. 57. ... . 77 5 3 N. 9 56 THE KIA3LA EXAMIINER... PUBLISHIID WEEIKLY. All eonmunleationis Intended for insertion must bo authonti e tunl.by tiu name and addreuns of tho writr--not necosaorly, for pubi!mlrttoh, but us a guarntlee ofgoo~l 03ith.. , *W'o'canuot undertiko to roturn roJeoted comnmunicatlons.
OVERLAND MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
SUOYEfrLAND .AIL". DowN MAIL. UP MAIL. Depts.'Arrivo P'OST TOWNS. . Dept. Arrive - m CArPDnLL TOWN..m .40 Daily (Su.ox.ep.) I Da?ly (I, ecep) 6. 0 p m . OLz , . m 9 .40 Daily (Suexcep.) I aIiy r.l ecrep) a m *· amWoI.Loniaaono. SDa:-O i (NI. ex cp.) Daily (,. ?xcop. 100 mo n i o o Daily. ( Daily. ""; . ' 0 m oon. Daily. I .: Daily. m : - .7.0 p m '· ' a + I"''+ "". L "?+ i noi.8 nt iy Daily 7.0o "m m Tu. Th: and Sat. TunTh. and Sun, 6.: 0 DAr.? o '- Sliz?i L ?IIAolan. (anascn MAiL) Leoves Dapto. I Leaves '. arbor Si. and Th 2 p.n. 1 i aadTb. 0 a.m 4.0 To. Ta and uSat. Tu.Th. Tand Sun. O 0 pm am .am 0.0 Th, andat u.T., and ua4 5. 0 '.,ri a .nd ,un. wan.W. andS ' -. I + . :-: ,,Ozum IO.?O; + ! . - .+ ....' p m am ' m .m 0W. Frl. and Sunn.' Jlo a. W; add Sat 7.0 .'SnonAvoh . . 10 W. Fri. andSun. I Mon. W. and Sat oon. am Noon Wed. and un, [ Wed. ad Sun. 11. o ULLADmLI.A. m on. and Thu. TusaBnd Sat. pm m *. 0 thursday. • ]Tuesdyi e op ,. 'PULEadERM B. -oo. ta y.. , ) Monday . - . Soanur...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
LOST,. ON Saturday last, 2nd instant.·betivween. Mr. Hinies' .aind the Stneam Packet Iun;n, a.One Pound Note. The finder will be rewarded on: bring ing it to Mr. Hines, or the office of this paper. Wanited' TENDERS for the eduction of a Dwellng House Sivill be.received up to tlhe20tl iistain~ t.' " * Plan and specifications to be seen at the resi denceof theinderdieigno ii ic t ed.. The advertiser.does not biuid hiniself to accept the lowest tender. : S Apply:to . . , " ,•JOHN CULLEN, ..., . . . . . ' .Jamberoo. Produce Aiuction Mart a k S;tock Repository. . Sussexstreeet and UnionYhlarf,. ,: A~djoinii g HBR. N. S N. Coinpany,: ::: -' SYDNEY.. DRITCHARD e& WILLIAMS hold Sales by S1. Auction of horses, cattle,lsheep, pigs, aclves, &c., wool, tallow, hides,. shins, hsy,, maize; braii, and all kinds of Australian Produce every Tuesdiay, Wednesday, andFiidiiyjr. Teims ci?sh. OBSERVE -: . Conilvenience to. be sFiiii?.i: -MR.' HE:NR Y: S IMMO N S,., ' auctioneer, &...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
TO ADVEIITItEIL. Advertisers nar reripectfully notified that after this date they will he bouid to the following lhonurs -Miscellaneous advertlae nimnt reelercil up to 4 p.m. ilb Frily ;-Auetloneurs'. till 7 p.m. t h oIboveregulttlona wll be strhitly ohrved. . - ,. SATu .DA, JULY 9, 1859... ..
MEMBERS ELECTED POR THE NEW PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
MEMBERS ELECTED POR THE NEW . PARLIAMENT. East Sydney............,Hon. Charles Cowper ,Johr Black e'Henry 'Parkos. Hon.-Jlanes Martin *Paddington................ Sir Daniel Cooper Murrnmbidgeo..;............ William Macleay Brisbane. .................John Richardson Battlhurat....................J. F. Clements . Nepenri....................R. Jamison Goulburn ..... ..........W. iRoberts West Sydney.....' ......Rev. Dr. Lang: J. Pemell : : T. Broiughton : - J. H. Plunkett : Newcastle .... ..Arthur Hodgson Illawarra ..... ......Hargrave . . Kiama..........;.............S. W. Gray The Gleebe............... John Campbell East Macq'iarie .............W. Cummings, Suttodi Yass Plains...;.. ........T. Laidlaw : *Woll6mbi .:.....;...........W.: T. Cape Northumberland.......... .A W.V Scott Newtown...................Alexander M'Arthur: : Western Gold-fields .... ..R. Wisdom*, , : .... Paterson......................W. M. Arnold ,. Wesut'Macquarie ...........J. M'Phillamy • ; Ipsivich ... ........
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
NOTICE TPO ADVE~R'ISERlS. Ady.ertIrcrs ore reqorosted to br vortloular to -ialdiitg theo uonile~r of Irteertieno on ool~b oIvortior~moot otho~rwico thrywltl he Ioourttd Rnod ohnr~ed for tilt rouoteroio~xced. Orter for wlthdrowol or oltorttlonoa, joust ho Otnt to tho otilse (In writing). no itou toy prior to pobllrotlor.'
ASTONISHING FEAT AT NIAGARA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
ASTOMISHING FEAT A ' NIA GARA. -4---- Since the leap of the famous Sam Patclh, no feat of daring has. equalled the one recently accom plished at Niagara by Andrew Greenleaf, of Con necticut. A correspondent of the " New York Spirit of the Times" gives the following graphic account of it i-One evening about a week agq, while sitting ii?:the saloon of tile International Hotel, I became interested in an animated conver sation which was in progress between two personsl, one of whom 'seemed to be a Southerner and the other an Italian. The latter had registered his name as Signor Gaspa Morelli, but I have since learnt that he is really a Yankee boy; that he was born and raised near Stonington, Connecticult, and dubbed by his effectionate parents Andrew Greenleaf. As heglew older hle was afficted with an intense desire to become a circus performer, and finally ran away from home to connect himself with somaie strolling company. He was tor awhile a member of Barnum's immense" show," and his...
PROFESSOR PARKER AND M. MORRELL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
R ' 'FESSOR PA RKER-R A-ND . l. -lORRELL. As a preface to the great event of the even ing, there was a bout at slngle-stick between Mr James Rea and Harry, (of the Criterion,. This" was well contested, and ended in Mr. Rea's viotory by seven hits out of six. Mr. Warden Anderson then came forward and said that he had been asked to act as referee in the challenge natch, and did so with great plea sure. He paid M. Morrell a high compliment for his gallantry in coming forward to challenge a gentleman so renowned as Professor Parker. Mr. Anderson then mentioned that Mr. Inspeo tor Palmer would be umpire for Professor . Parker, and Mr. Colin Campbell for M. Morrell. He then read the rules, (Angelo's), which were to be adhered to in the match, and concluded by announcing that there would be three bouts; one at smallswords, one at broadswords, and the last, broadsword and bayonet. The combatants then tossed for choice, and although Professor Parker when it came to his turn called "woman" (l...
THE TREE AND STUMP EXTRACTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
THE-TREE AND STUIIP EXTRA CTOR. -.(~FiRoTE OVENS AND?.?URAYr CONSTITUTION) A -trial was miade lately in the Rtee'eation Reser'e, Beeolworth, with one of Mainifield and Howitt's - patent tree and stump ext'rictor. Mluch. curiosity existed to witness thil novel up plication, of the.lpower of the. lever, anid the exhibition, therefore, drew together a consider' able. colncourse of. people, amongst whom we noticed a.,tolerable- sprinklitig of agricultural settlers in the vicinity of Beechworth. The machine consists of a beam about twenty feet in length, strengthened throughout witti iron braces, and resting on wheels. At abohut a third of its-length is a mortice which leads through the;beam, and applies tile means of fastening thenanchine to a tree or a stump to be used us the fuloeatn. On either side,of the machine are a certain number of strong hooks, to which alternately-are fixed, the chain connecting-:the lever.with the objedt to be extracted. The rod chain extending frotm the lver...
FEMALE VOTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
FDJIALE VOTERS. -4-t-- S(raoa THE D4RLIN? DOWNS GAZETTE.) SSitting.lately in the company of aningenious and:esteemed friend, the cotversation haluppened to turn upon the approaching elections, and lie propounded to us tile question, " Why should not women have votes as well as men ?" Being rather taken by surprise at the strangeness of the idea, and having no valid reason to adduce why they should not, we were forced to request time to think over the matter. Since then we lhave given the matter sonme con-ideiation, and now give fortlh our thoughts thereupon, in tlie hope of drawing out the opinions of others, either in opposition to or confirmation of our own, as the case may be. .Before proceedilng further, we may as wvell mention', that"thie re suit of our c?!gitatins upon the subject -is, that whilst there are imany and feasible reasons why females should have votes, .there are very.,few thuat cIan be adduced why they should niot. There are certain people in this world of ours, (...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 9 July 1859
Newspaper Establishment . AND MACHINE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, SnOALHAVEN STREET, KITAMA. THE Proprietor takes this opportunity of ilnforming . the inhabitants of Kiama and the surrounding dis trict, that he continues to execute Printing of every kind and description at the lowest possible prices, and on the shortest notice. Having at ,onsidlerable expense. imported some of tihe most Ieautiful machinery ever introduced into the print ing business in New Sooth \Vales, which for speed and execution of work, stands unri alled. he would confidently expect from the district a fair share of patronage and sepport. Book VorkI Cards of Address Circuslars, in script type Receipt Books Circu are, in ronde do. Order Books Posters . Promisorv Notes -. Hand Hills I lill Headlings, &o., Executed on theieshorlest notice. The fiollowing Forms may be~obtained at this offce - Lease Forms e Bank Books Apprentice's Indentures 'Money Order Books For:s of Areement &e., &o, &...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 July 1859
Yeast! Yeast ! a CONSTANT SUPPLY of the above at the Kiana GEORGE HUNT. -- . ,,..~ ILS "at the following Low Prices by. tli Under signed:- - .Boiled and Linseed,'Gs. Gd.: Polar, 5s. Gd. Colza, 7s. 6d. . , . Sperm, lOs. 6d. Less per 5-gallon cau.. GEORGE BULLEN, June 10, 1859.' ... ,*'. OBSERVE! ii . : . .. O Convenience' to be:stiudied. M R'. HENRY SIMMOINS, i Aiuctioneer, &c., c., &a oe, S Market-square, Kiama, -NTEGOTIATES Bills at3, 6, 9, and 12'months, "BAi`N'K 'INTE'??T eqnal to ninepence in the pound for s months S THE'CASHM:: Always to be had attlie office. i?l Office-Market-square, neaar' Messrs. Fuller S and Waldron's General Stores: Private Residence-Flagstaff Villa, near Mr. Poul tons', Shoalhaven-street. TLLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS--Janiuary,. I - 1st part, three large: colored onigr:vings, -s., post paid 5s. 6d. Subscriptions for twelve months -country, £2 7s., postage paid..,. :..: .- :, . WV R. PIDDINGTON, Importer, Sydney. ,C i . , ;, Caution. :; . :, .:....
THICK AND THIN SO WING. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 July 1859
THICIC AND, TIIIN SOJVINf/. A writer in the' Pararkatld Ch?ro'iidel,' wh6' '-ioi+:6o t ;aol .' T.m rn.mP-rl'mskea the followifng remarks un'der the above heading: 'Tl~r'o is a great horror amongst fanrmers of thin sowing: ,If, by chance; the plant misses or is eaten, great is the outcry ; biut low is''it we never' hear 'a;nything of the, Ioases- arising from. thick sowing ? Simply because` one is visible, the 'otlier invisible. I will veniture to assert that;for'yrery pound'lost:by thin sowing, there are ten lokit from thick sowing. The"'in'm ey lost this season, owing to thick' Ssowifg'amiounts in the barley crop to; I might vdeiture to say, tehs' or 'hundreds of thousands 'of. pounds: I'will:point :out one instance out, of:niany within niy "knowledge. One firmer drilled two biushels and a half per acre in a clay bottomu soil, anrd got an 'excel lent crop, w'ith, a godd saple whiclih "sold for 5s: per bushel. '::His neighbor, who persisted in hisi old quantity of .four bushels per ...
HOW TO FARM ONE HUNDRED ACRES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 July 1859
1OW TO FARM ONE' IITNDRED' OARES. The following essay on the best method of cultivatiing 100 . acres of land, vasl''iad at a, conimitte meeting of Villiers and HevteslAiry+ Agricultural Association, held on the 7th June, and. published in the Wlarrnambool Examiner on Tuesday last. : As regards the .best- method of cultivating 100 acres of'land,'I think the following would be fouind both, economical., and profitable. I. shall suppose. the land to. have been cultivated' in the style common to this district, for. atleast eight or ten years:- .' . . The first thing would be to have the land di vided,.if ot .already done, into' say.six pad docks of the following.dimensions, viz.: four of 20 acres each, and. two of. 10 acres each. The first year I would: fallow two'of the' 20 acroe paddocks, selecting the most inferior and foul, sow 40 acres of wheat on the best lots, 10 ocre paddock with oats, and' the other 10 acres with barley and potatoes.. One team of fair farmn horses ought to be su...
GRAHAM AND MULHOLLAND'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 July 1859
GRAHAM AND MULHOLLAND'B PRODUCE ' CIRCULAR. Wheat,-9s 6d to 10s per bushel .Maize, 3s 3d to 3s 9d do. Barley (Maulting), 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. .Kay, £5 to £8 do. Potatoes, £4 to £4 10i do. Onions, 6s to 12s per cwt. Butter, (1st) 2s; ditto, (2nd) 1s 6d to is 9d, dull. Honey, 6d to 7d do. per lb. 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 6d per lb.--in demand. GRAHAM AND MULHOLLAND, Commission. Agents, Commercial Wharf, Kiig-streelt, :Sydney, July 14th, 1859..
TRUE NOBILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 July 1859
TRUE NOBILITY. BY CHARLES SWAIN. What is noble ? To inherit Wealthb, estate, and proud degree ? Theio niust be some other merit Higher yet than these for me ! Something greater far must enter Into life's majestic span; Fitted to create and centre True nobility in man! What is noble? 'Tis the finer Portion of our mind and heart; : Linked to something still diviner i Than mere language can impart; Ever prompting--ever seeing Some improvement vet to plan ; To uplift our fellow-being, And, like man, to feel for man! . What is noble ? Is the sabre . Nobler than the humble spade? There's a dignity in labor Truer thanl e'er pomp arrayed ! He who seeks the mind's improvement . Aids the world, in aiding mind ; _ . Every great commandin, movement Serves not one-but all mankind. O'er the forge's heat and ashes, O'er the engine's iron head, Where the rapid shuttle flashes. And the spildle whirls its thread; There is-labor lowly tending Each requirement of the hour; There is geetus still extendi...
KIAMA LABOR OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 July 1859
KIAMA LABOR -OFFICE. .Farm laborers (in demand) . :'380 0 to 35 0 Female servants .. .. . "...10 0 20 0 Usefullads .......". -15 0 20 0 Married couples .. ... . 45 0 4 0 0 Garden larborers ... . .. '5 0 40 0 Stockmen ... .. -.. ,85 0 .40 0. Bullock drivers ... .... 40 0 50 0 -Horeedriveres ..... .. ... 80 0 40 0 Plougbmen 80' 0 35 0 A" SHEFFIELD, Labor Agent, Mannibg street Kiama.
ENGLISH AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 July 1859
i ENGLISH JAND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. (roas TiHE HOME NEWS OF 18TH MAT.)' IRELAND. - Th?l death of Mr. Johii Elliott Hyndman, co roner of+ the city of Dublin, occurred at his resi dence on the 21st of April. --, William MI'tjormack, a farmer residing near Tynan, in the county of Armagh, was found mur dered ,near his own house a few days ago. He had taken a farm of land from which a person had been evicted. Judgment was given, on the 4th of May, in the Court of Queen's Bench, on the application to admit to bail the prisoners in Tralee gaol awaiting "trial at the next assizes on a charge of being members of the Phoenix Club. The judges dis agreeing, their lordships delivered judgment in the usual form. Mr. Justice Hayes and the Lord Chief. Justice decided against the application, and Judges O'Brien and Perrin were in favor of it. The. court being equally divided, the application fell to the ground and the prisoners are to remain in gaol. Less than a year and a half ago a respectable farmer...