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OVERLAND MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 July 1859
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 July 1859
Illawarra_ House Academy. M R. HUSTLER wishes to intimate that his I School re-opens on MONDAY NEXT, 18th instant. There are still a few vacancies for boarders and day scholars. 1ir For circulars, &c., apply as above. One Pound Reward. LOST, on the 17th JUNE, at Kiama, a DARK HORSE, branded WV A on off side, and small d (scarcely visiule) on same side. Any party giving information of the same to Mr. G. K. Waldron, or to Mr. White, butcher, will receive the above re ward. JONATHAN McANALLY. Wheelwrighting. FINLAYSON begs to intimate that he has DJ" now commenced work at the above trade in Terragong-street, Kiama, in the premises late occu pied by Mr. Coleman, where he .vill be happy to take orders for anything in the trade. Repairs done with strength and neatness. N.B.-Wanted a Stout Lad as apprentice. Farms, FiOR Sale or Lease by Thomas Coser, Land Agent. For particulars apply'to THOMAS COSER,'' : .Land Agent'i Rose Cotgeo; Terrara. .. M . THOMAS :COSE, ' . AUCTIONEER, LAND ...
THE GOVERNOR FOR MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 July 1859
if THE GOVERNOR FOR MORETON BAY.-The gen )tleman who has been named as Governor of the new colony was employed in diplomatic service in the Ionian Islands, as Secretary, we believe, to the High Commissioner. Sir George Bowen is a civilian mand-a knight of some Greek Order. He is in the lirime of life-under 40 years of age-and, from the little that is known here of his antecedents, it seems probable that he may be found more suitable for the appointment of Governor at Moreton Bay than would most of those whose names rumor had .placec before him.--Bapir'
WRECK OF THE "POMONA" ON THE IRISH COAST—400 LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 July 1859
-WREO?K OF TIHE "POMONA" ON TlHE IRISH C OAST-400 LIVES L OST. *:The,Home News says i-An emigrant ship was totally wrecked a short time ago on the Irish coast.., The following narative of the catastrophe is-.extractedi from an article in the Morning Post :- A new ship . of 1,500 tons, with a freight of more than 400 passengers, going down within sight of land but two days after it had left port, a heavy sea precluding all aid from the shore, the wreck nevertheless being so gradual as to leave: the, mass of human beings whichs had sailed in her to some twenty-four hours' contemplation of an inevitable fate, the loss of life so complete that but twenty-three remained out of more than 400 to tell the tale of.misery and death-these are, in cidents which happily do not often cluster them ,selves round the fate of individual men. ,.The Pomona, a clipper ship, 1,500 tons, be longing to New York, sailed from Liverpool for -America on, the 27th of April with thirty-six -sailors and. 8380 emi...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 July 1859
Days cthe Week. o n 5 rise 'II eot SATURDAY .............. July 16 7 7 5 4 15 BUNDAY ............. " 17 7 0 6 5 16 MONDAY ............ " 18 7 6 5 6 17 TUESDAY ............. " 19 7 6 5 6 18 WEDNESDAY ....... " 20 7 5 5 7 19 THURSDAY ............ 91 7 4 5 8 20 FRIDAY ............... " 26 7 4 - 6 8 21 THE KIAMA EXAMINER. . PUBLISHED WEEKLY.
THE POPE A PRISONER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 July 1859
. THE POPE A PRIsoNER.-The Paris correspondent of the fMorning Herald says that the Pope is a Sprisopner in the hands of the French. His Holiness was about to leave Remo when he was politely in , formed by. the French commander that he would be provided with an escort to France or Gaeta, but * that he would not be. allowed to join the Austrian ..:icamp.--2Newry .Oommercial Telegraph.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 July 1859
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. - PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. 'Jly 12.--llaswarra (s.), Captain Keft, from Mer rimbula, Twofold Bay and Ulladulla, on the 12th in atant. July 13.-Mimosa (s.), Captain Fletcher, from CIlde River 12th instant. July 13.-Solan Oldenburg, barque, 636 tons, Cap tain Rhode, from Moreton Bay 7th instant. DEPARTURES. July 12.- Brilliant, for New Caledonia. Joly 13.- City of Sydney (s.), for Melbourne. July 13.- Coquette, for Wide Bay. Mfails per Royal Mail steamship Northam, July 14 Letters. Books.- Newspapers. Urifted Kinigdom.... 19,153 .. 223 .. 25,350 Continental ... 546 .. - .. 123 Indian ..'......... 713 .. ,6 .2 . 2'691 Austiralasian...'.... .'334 ' :;. * '479 T..... Total.... ... .20,7.46 .. 232 26,843
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 July 1859
Newspaper Establishment "* .AND MACHINE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, SHOALHAVEN STREET, KIAMA. "IHE Proprietor takes this opportunity of informing I the inhabitants of Kiama and the surrounding dis triot, that heo continues to execute Printing of every kind and description at the lowest possible prices, and on the shortest notice. Having at considerable expense imported some of the most beautiful machinery ever introduced into the print - ing business in New South Wales, which for speed and execution of work, stands unrivalled, he would confidently expect from the district a fair share of patronage and sspport. Book Work Cards of Address Circulars, in script type Receipt Books Cireuitrs, in ronde do. Order Books Posters Promisory Notes Hand Bills Bill Headings, &o., Executed on the shortest notice. SThe following Forms may be obtained at this office:- Lease Formns r I sBk Booksu, ar n Forms of Agreement &e., &a., &c. His type, which consists of an extensi...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SOLOMON HYAM'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 July 1859
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SOLOMON HYAM'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Potatoes, £4 to £4 10s per ton Wheat, 9s 6d to lOs per bushel B Barley 2s 6d to 3a do. Corn, 3s'3d to .s 4d do. Butter, Is 9d to 2s per lb. Cheese, 7d to 8d do. Bacon, ad to 9d do. Fowls, 3s 6d to 4s per pair Egg, Is 4d to Is 6d per dozen -lidie, 9s, 12s, and 14s en~h Pigs (fat), in demand Calves, do. Sdn l . · Market%.Wharf,-SydneYJyuly 14 ;185 9.
PORT OF KIAMA. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 July 1859
PORT OF KICMLA. SPerIllawarra Steam Navigation Company's steamers foi-'the week ending 15th July, 1859 i 220 kegs butter, 2 cases cheese, 4 coops poultry, 8 cases eggs, 5 pkgs bacon, 50 pigs, 15 calves, 25bags wheat, 12 do. potatoes, 20 do. onions, 22 hides, 2 bundles calf-skins, 3 kegs ale, and sundries.
THE "GREAT EASTERN." [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 July 1859
THE "-GREAT EASTERN." (FROM THE NEW: YORK TIMES.) Colonel Fuller, well known for his connection with tlhe Press in the States, and who is at present on a tour through England, has sent us the fol lowing pleasant sketch of a visit he paid' to the Great Eastern steamship. "The Great Eastern !" he exclaims, '""I have seen her, the architectural wonder I the ;mechani cal monster of the age i and wandered for hours over. her prairie-like decks, and through her mammoth cave-like apartments. But her ' vasty' dimensions baffle description. Like the Falls of Niagara, neither words nor pictures can do justice to the subject. We can only give a few figures of fact, and a few figures of rhetoric, and leave the imagination to conceive and elaboaate the sublime idea as best it may. Comparisons may possibly help us a little in attempting to convey some adequate estimate of size and power. The largest ships of the line lying alongside the Great Eastern look like childrens' toys. She seems' like a c...
MEMBERS ELECTED POR THE NEW PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 July 1859
-MEMBERS ELECTED POR THE NEW. PARLIAMENT. Mast Sydney................Hon. Charles Cowper John Black Henry Parkes Hon. James-Martin Paddington.;........ ..;. Sir Dahiel Cooper Murrumbidgee........... ..W?illiam'Macleay Brisbane ....... ...... John Richardson Bathrirst .:........ .........J. FOllements -.-Nepean ........................R. Jamison Goulburn ................... Roberts West Sydney .....:. :....Rev,; Dr: Lang J. Pemell T. Brofighton: J: H.Plunikett Newcastle ...;....' ..Artliur'Hodgson SIllawarra ....................Hargrave , Kiama.;....S.;: i.W........." raW. : The Gleebe. ................ .John' Campbell East Macquarie .............W. Cummings,'Suttor. Yass Plains ............ .......TLaidlaw 'Wollombi .................W. T. Cape' Northumberland......... ..A.W. Scott Newtown.............e.Aieander M iArthur Wester-Gold-fields .... ....R. Wisdom. Paterson ....... .....W.M. Arnold West Macquarie'..........:.J. M'Phillamy Ipswich ..............3. J.)Macalister St. Leonard...
SHELL HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 July 1859
SHELL HARBOR. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. . ;-Agreeably to notifiation; on' Thursday the 14th instant, the electors in'our tiny muiiiicipality!mus tered in' considerable strength to nominate members by whom- they "will be governed in ai local point of view. It. 1.Perrott, Esq., having read the. preliminary official document relating to the proclamation of the district, and his own appointment as Returning Officer, and dwelt at some very considerately length on the! Municipal Act of 1858, as applicable to Shell BHarbor, explaining lucidly and very satis. factorily the nature of the responsible duties which would devolve upon the men of their choice. Your correspondent had prepared, in detail, a pretty full account of the day's proceedings, but which (worse luck) has been lost in transmission, so that you will be fain to present to your readers a short synopsis of affairs as they stand till the election. The following gentleman were proposed, viz., Messrs. Reddall, W. Steadman, Dr. Kinne...
THE LATE EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 July 1859
'THE LATE ETUROPEAN NEWS. The publio have by this time had leisure to read and digest the very important and startling intel: ligence received by the ,alsette. To do more than form an opinion and express- a belief as to what will be the result of the 'present collision- beween the great Powers of the: Old World would be too hazardous even for those whose speculative propensities have hitherto resulted only in success. That the curtain is raised upon a long and bloody tragedy to be enacted upon the stage of Italy-that her fair fields are again to be de faced by.the gIoof of the war-horse, and made deso late by the groans of the dying, and her hearth. stons watered by the tears of the widowed and the f therless-is beyond a doubt. NAPOLEON has flung away his scabbard, 'and with it (fo ia time) the impenetrable mantle-that mantle beneath whose close-wrapped folds he has for such a lengh of time successfully shrouded his designs, baffling the prying eyes of the most sagacious di plomatis...
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 July 1859
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisers are requested to be particular in marking the number of insertions on each advertisement, otherwise they will be inserted and charged for till countermanded. Orders for withdrawal or alterations, must be sent to the otlce (in writing) on the day prior to publication.
OUR NEW ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 July 1859
OUR NEW 'ASSEAIBL Y. The general" election may be said to have well nigh terminated since the' returns from seventy five out of eighty electorates have reached us. It is natural that the colony should be anxious o, -see the result'of what has been deeme'd by'many a 'great political experiment-to ascertain whether it has " made its light to- shine among men," that the older nations of the 'earth, taking courage from its example, shalliread with niore"firmness and boldness the glorious path of liberty; in short, to learn whether it has done its duty. A careful analysis of the members returned convinces us, and we believe must even convince 'those who 'Were the most strenuous in opposing .the rights of the people, under the Electoral Re-' '.form Act," that'the country has nobly done its duty.' We do not mean to say that in every instance'the:beat man has been. chosen-that lo' calism has not been permitted in any case to have, Sirifluence,?nbr that we became, on the occasion, a nation o...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 July 1859
TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisers are respectfully notified that after this date they will be bound to the following hours :--Miscellaneous advertise ments received up to 4 p.m. on Friday ;-Auctioneers'. till 7 p.m. The abovo regulations will be strictly observed. SATURDAY, JULY 16;. 1869....
FEARFUL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 July 1859
FEARFUL ACCIDENT. - On Friday night a fire occurred in an out-house belonging to Mr. John Taylor, within a mile of Kiama. Mr. Taylor's son, a youth of fourteen years of age, was burnt so severely that he expired on the Monday following. The cause of the fire has not yet been ascertained, and as some foul play is suspected, the matter is being thoroughly investigated by the authorities: &nbsp;
THE METROPOLIS. SYDNEY, 14th July. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 16 July 1859
::' '. HE'METROPOIO S. S : R?taoM oUR CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY, 14th July. During the past week our main topic of conversa 'tion'has-been bella-bella -horrida, bella, to- the al most entire exclusion of all other matters. True, Mammon has not been the less exacting of his worshippers and has imposed on them their cus tomary duties of reading and answering their cor respondents' letters, and of performing what was in many instances a less agreeable task-a rendering of account sales. It is, however, to the gates of the temple of Janus that the flock have crowded, and the horrible god of war at present engages the at tention of all. It would appear as if tho' Governor had anticipated that the dispatches from the Eng lish Government would be of a more than ordinarily important nature, for he was careful to return in H. M. steamer Cordelia from his visit to Norfolk Island two days before the arrival of the Salsette. Apropos of this visit I hope that his Excellency will give us a similar tr...