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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 23 July 1859
Produce Auction~ sart 'and Stock.Repository, Sussex-streeet and Union. Wharf,''.'' t' :' Adjoining H: R. NR . N. Company,, SYDNEY. [RITCHARD &' WILLIAMS hold Sales by. l.. Auction' of horses, :oattle, sheep, pigs,:calves,:• /&c., wool, tallow, hidesi?ishins, hay, :maize,, bran,' asid all kinds'of 'Australian Produce every ¶Tuesday, 'Wednesday, and Friday., :. , , Terms cash. Produce Auiotion Mart aiid Stocik R ository;` . Sussex-street-and Union :Wharf,.' ". '= Adjoining H ,R. NI SI.'N Company,'/-:! SYD:NEY. ' RITCIIARD & W- ILLIAMS, I.Produce, Stock;?. J a. and Station Auctioneers;;, Brokers, and General, Agents. " iI.M?.M 'EXAMINER'"' PRESS.v'": INVOICES, Bill- Heads;'Circdulars, Pass BookslReceipti .1 Books, Cheque Books; Tickets, Commercial;,Cards, Visiting Cards, and Cards'of Admission, . Pc sters,Hand 8i1ls, Paniphlots, Abstracts andForms of every kind, printed in the best.style, on the shortest notice,' and fowarded ac6crding to' instruetions, with the...
CLIPPINGS FROM ENGLISH PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 23 July 1859
CLIPPINGS FROM ENGLISH PAPERS. --,--. . The first three numbers of Mr. Dickens's new periodical, with the unpromising name of A ll the Year Round, have appeared, ard with the exception of a new tale by the author, pre sent no feature which is not to be found in Household Words, and certainly makes no ad vance in any direction upon the contents of that publication. The pledge of the prospectus that this new serial should " assist in the dis cussion of the social questions of the day," re mains yet to be redeemed. Sir Roderick Murchison: and 'Mr. Jaijies A. .Youl (honorary secretary of the Australian 'As sociation), having been requested by the Tas Smanian Government to select a government geqlogist for that colony, they nominated Mr. Charles Gould, B.A., son of the eminent orni ,' thologist. Mr. Gould left England by the last mail for Melbourne, where he will, before visit ing Tasmania, associate himself with Mr. Selwyn, the government geologist of that colony, and investigate the pe...
THE BURNS PRIZE POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 23 July 1859
THE BoUNs .PaIZE PoEM.-I am.informed that the judges have made their award of the "fifty. guinea prize offered by the Crystal Palace Company, for the best poem in honor of thelpoet,; though they have not yet sent in their report to tho.direc tors. The number of poems on which thesegen-. tlemen-a literary Minos; JEacus, and .Rhadaman. .thus=hbaivehad to pass judgment, has exceeded 600. In this vast mass of.rhyno. there musthave been loads of rubbish; but I am assured the chaff hais given' more grains of wheat than the, judges themselves' had anticipated,: and that, they are an xious theta selection.of.some. twenty or more of the unsuccessful poems should bi printed with the one to which they award the prize. This, of course, can be effected only with the-consent of the authors.. The proposition shows,'at all evehts, that thl judges are not afraid to' lay open their selection to chal. lenge and' comment. I am assured by one of the judges that the bulk of poems sent in for. the Crystal...
THE AUSTRALIAN MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 23 July 1859
THE A USTRALIAN NAIL SER VICE The fifth. Annual Report of the Postmaster-. General has just'beeni?issued, and contains much useful and interesting. informatio regarding postal affairs. With reference to the Australian ,mail service, it states-- , . " The 'Europeani and' Australian Royal Mail nCompany,; which for some time conveyed the h'iails betweet" this country and Australia, but whichlperformed theservice very ill and incurred heavy penalties for overtime on. the '.voyages and other irregularities, has, been permitted:: to terL minate its contract., The service- (which. hitherto has always been in' an dnsatisfactory state) is now undettaken by 'th Peniinsular and' Oriental Steam Navigation Comhpany,;" and I trust that it will be executed with' vigor and punctuality; the best. guiarantee "for ;whichis" the ecellent manner ?in which this company ,lias perforned. its other"postal' services, together ~with the peculiar advantages .which it possesses for the service. '" By the ,compl...
OPINIONS OF ENGLISH STATESMEN ON THE EUROPEAN WAR. LORD PALMERSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 23 July 1859
OPINIONS .OF:EN?LISH STA TE&S1?N. ON. THE EUROPEAN ,WAR. * - 4------. LORD PALMERSTON. - I cannot help feeling some regret, in compar ing that period with the present, to think that, whereas'`at'that time there existed-a strongly cemented alliance between England and France, now we--have too: much reason to believe that. the scene is changed, and that the strong alli ance which has been cemented is an alliance be tween France and Russia. - The difference, gentlemen, is this-that the alliance of England and France was the symbol of peace with Europe ; it was an alliance founded upon in-. terests which could only be in common when they were directed for the common good; while an alliance between Russia and France-such an alliance as we have been led to believe exists between those countries-is an alliance, I am afraid, that can only be founded upon the prin ciple, and with the object, of aggression upon other Powers.-(Hear !) If Austria has in vaded Sardinia she has torn the' ...
KIAMA LABOR OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 23 July 1859
KIAMA LABOR OFFI. . A 0. A N. Farm laboxurs t(n demand) . ... .. 0 Oto 85 0 Female servants ,. .' . 16 0. 20 .0 Usefullads .;.. ..: .... . ... . 15 0 20 0 rarrled couples. . .. 40 0 0 0 Garden larborers .... . ? ?0 40 Stockmen ..... .; ,.8 0 .0 ' .40-0. Bullock drle ' --:.- . . .. .. ....40 0.. 50 Q Horsedrlvers ... .. .. 80 0 400 Ploughmen . ... ?0 0 35 0 A" SI??EIELDp Labor Agent, 3Ma?uinnstreet Kiama.
THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 23 July 1859
THE WAR. There is a sound oftthund'r. afar, : Storm in the South that darkens the day,? t Storm of battle and thunder of war,.. , Vell, if it do not roll our way. Storm I storm ! Riflemen form i Ready, be ready to meet the stormn! ' :., Riflemen, riflemen, riflemen, form!. Be not deaf to the sound that warns ! Be not gull'd by a'despot's plea i Are figs of thistles, or grapes of thorns'. How should a despot set men free! -Form ! form i Riflemen form ! Ready, be ready to meet the storm !' Riflemen, riflemen, riflemen form I Let your Reforms for a moment go, Look to your butts and take good aims.' Better a rotton borough or so,_ Than a rotten fleet or a city in flames ! Form ! form ! Riflementform! Ready,. be ready to meet the storm ! Riflemen, riflemen, riflemen form - Form, be ready to do or die! Form in Freedom's name and the Queen's True, that we have a faithful ally, . .. But only the Devil knows gnat he mehns.: - Form! form ! Riflemen form! ' -Ready,;be ready to meet the storm -...
STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 23 July 1859
STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR : Garlahidmand Binghamt report that store cattle,:at even advanced prices, are not to be had; the'de mand is far greater than the supply. Well bred` lots may be quoted at 45s 6d to 47s 6d, ages 2j years to 6, mixed 63s to. 65s 8, for bullocks; 40s to 47s for all ages. In the early portion of the week, we had many inquirers for stock suitable for Deniliquin Ma1ket ; one really good draft changed hands at 47s. 6d. Sheep-Except the sale of. some mixed- lots of. inferior quality, at prices ranging from 13s. to 13s.: 6d., we have nothing of importance to note. Hides and horns have advanced in price, and are in great.demand, if of good quality. Sations are inquired for; the prevailing dullness of trade and holidays have prevented any transac tions of importance;' there are, however, 'many parties ready to purchase good squatting property when offered for sale, alive to the fact, that any ex pected' temporary depression in other matters will not materially affect...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 23 July 1859
Yeast't Yeast! A CONSTANT SUPPLY of the above at the Kiarn SBrewery. .. ... . GEORGE HUNT. T|HE HIGHEST PRICE given for. hides - and skins by W. J. FRANCIS, . , Golden Boot, Kiama . ... . .. " . , '. lN otice. . . . ' . ' : T?~ ILLIA3M LANG, in returning thanks, to his . friends and the public for the very liberal support wlwhich he has received since opening busi-' ness in the public line, begs leave to say:that in addition to:that already held, he has- taken those largo ?ivll-fenced, and well-watered Paddocks adjoining his premises, for, the accommodation, of up-country stoclk-holders who may' favor him with their custom, where lie will guarantee to make man and beast comfortable while they remain at the GERRINGONG ARMS, :. " ::- -. ;:; .Georringong. . Caution. VPTHE proprietors of horses 'are particularly cau '. tioned to give written instriuctions 'to their servanits when directing them to purchase : ROWS EMBROOATION, OP FARMER'S . FRIEND. The extraordinar;y and daily increasing...
OVERLAND MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 23 July 1859
OVERLAND MAIL. -.DowO urIa., ... ..... MAIL. Depts. Arrive POST TOWNS. Depts. Arrive pm OAMPZLL ToW . p 7.40 Daily (Su:excep.) i Daily (c exce;p.)l . 0 pm pm? 0.40 Daly (Su excep.) Daily -M. excep.) . 0 .5 m W xaoxa'o. am a m "* 0 Daily (M. excep.) i Daily (M. excep.) 10 0 m 10.80 Daily.' " Daily. 0. 0 Wier DApro, am Noon. Daily. Daily. 7. 30 'sm. m". am;/ 'i 1 pm 2.o ly. Da Dail . : 7. am 12.80 Tu. Th, and Sat. Tu. Th.. and Sun S . 'Ds S Im Sn.SW H"a oa. . . .(nanuo DAIL.) . . . Leaves Dapto .Leaves S. Harbor . ' ' ' and Th. 2 p.m. and T t amo o m ? PTh and St. a Tu.ThTand Sun. ' 11u am0 p.m T.P Th.i and Sat. I oTu. Th.S'n :b m 0.0 W :?I, and Sun Mon? W:and.at' 40. " p GaULUsmooE 0 n.Frl. andlSut. IMoon. W. nd.Sat 2.0 Tedhursday. 1 Tuesday. ." apm ' Fri. nd Noon Wa u ed. and :un. 110 S ULLAODL"LA. 0 u Monday. . Tuesday. 0 . o . 'ue y. ra ' I Monday .eoA.o , pm . 30q Wednesday. I Saturday. Noon.
SHOCKING STEAMBOAT EXPLOSION IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 23 July 1859
SIHoKINGoSTHIAMBOAT IEXPLOsION IN AMERICA. On the 24th.of April the boilers of, the steamer St. Nicholas exploded during the passage between New Orleans and St. Louis. The loss of life was br tween thirty and' forty persons?: A large n?inl were injured. The captain met his denth i, a frightful manner. 'A heavy piece of timber,!.is- plnaced. the e explosion, caught his 'fet andlheld him ?' . i By almost superhuman' eflort he lisen gaaed his right foot, but his left' still remai; 1 fast. -Dtuling this time he exhibited' great soli ldo for' .the safety of persons on the boat, and no until the flames had come within reach of his ow body did he exhibit any anxiety for himself. 'I` j, finding hi could not release himself, he ir ?ored those within reiach of his' voidce to' relieve $uim from'his tiroiedfuil dilemma, requesting at Isl that some one would bring an axe and cut off hii seg. Every ex ertion was made to relieve him, ' .t without avail, and the noble captain and true ?n was consum...
TOWN ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 23 July 1859
TowR ALLOTMENTS.-There is a large field open to laid speculators; in the land for sale at Nelligen and Currowan, specified in our issue of yesterday. It is high time also that the Government "Gazette should notify what determination has been arrived at w4ith respect to the land to be disposed of on Poverty Flat, in this town.--Braidwood Daily -\On Thnusdav. QLat July, at Gerringong, William Christoie, Fgi; ffth son of general Christle, of Durle, Fifeoshire, Scotland, ,aged661i , )
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 23 July 1859
At the present tnim, when "nil Europe is threatened with war, everythinigivwhich 'tends. to show the true state of affairs in: connection withl the approaching conflict will; we doulbt not, prove interesting to our readers ` we therefore: reprint from an article in the Times the following ex tract: u'idrope' has entered into'a state of ivar.- What ever may have been the reluctance in some quarters? ":to;believe that this could happen--what ever the'in clination to deny or to discredit it, the full-grown truth marches onwards;. war is gone forth. in his. Suisual guise, and is making himself known by his ordinary, deeds. - InI three columns 'the AustriFins have passed from the Austrian territory to that of Sardinia. One of their. divisions ,has penetrated the couhtry from: the north, landing. on the Str-. dinian shores of the Lago Meaggiore, occupying the Stowns of Intra, Pallanza, mand Arona, and driving -back the' Sardimians 'by: the superiority' of their numbers; a 'second, consist...
FIVE DAYS' LATER NEWS! [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 23 July 1859
FIVE DAYS' LATER NEWS! A A- telegram from.Melbourne announces' the arrival in Hobson's Bay of the Royal Charter (s.), with English dates to 23rd May. A few skirmishes had taken place, between the French and Austrian forces. The position . of the armies remained. nn changed. Twenty Austrian vessels had been captured by the French. Consols were quoted at 91 g . .
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 23 July 1859
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. 'Advertisors are requested to be particular in marking the number of insertions on icch advertisement, otherwise they will )be inserted and charged for till countermanded. Orders for withdrmwal or altitons, mlst be sent to the of ce (in writing) . on the day prior to publication.
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 23 July 1859
0 TO ADVERTISERS. S?hvcrtis6rs are respectfully notified that nfter tbis date they -will be bound to the following hours :--3Iscellaneous advertise-. ""ments received up to .p.m.e n.Friday ;-Auctioneers',.tiI 7,p.m.. W heabove regulation will be strictly observed. SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1859.
NAPOLEON'S RECEPTION AT GENOA. GENOA, 12th May. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 23 July 1859
NAPOLEON REOCEPTION AT GENOA., GENOA, 12th May. At last all doubts and fears are set at rest by the :actual arrival of .Napoleon III. to take 'the command of' the forces he has so rapidly 'thrown into this couutry. Long before any vessel ineared the. port, half Genoa,' warned by a gun fired from' the, Lighthouse Battery, and the French tricolor floating out from the signal-tower, w:as out on foot in the streets, or lined the road which runs round tihe port as far as the landing-place on the west side of our lai s'rs which for so many days snc cessively lias presented the appearance of a .iis turbed ant-hill, or bee-hive, crowded as it has been daily with red-trousered bipeds, each armed with the sting that Austriar:is soon to feel. I established myself early in a' good position facing south, and enfilading all the west side :of the port, already lined withl'expectant heads, and, armed with a nice umbrella, an opera-glass, and a packet of sandwiches, filled up my time' by watching th...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 23 July 1859
·-" --,? " ])IA t . . - Days of the Week. aoth' n s un set foon's SATURDAY ............. July 23 7 3 50 922 SUNDAY .......... | 24 7 3 5 9 23 ?iONDAY ........... [" 5 7 2 5 10 24 TUESDAY'............. 2 8 7 5 1 25 WEDNESDAY........ " 7 7 .1 3 II 26 TIIURSDAY ............ " 28 7 0 5 12 27 FRIDAY ............... " 29 6 59 5 13 28 'THE KIAMA EXAMINER. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. .A1i communleations intended for Insertion must be authentit oated by the name and address of the writer-not necessarily ; for piblleation, but as a guarantee of good faith. ''We cannot undertake to return rejected communications.
INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 23 July 1859
INDIA. Our additional dates are, Madras, May 10th; Calcutta, May 2nd. From these, and the Bombay papers of 23rd May, we (Maitland Me.rcury) continue our extracts. The Commander-in-Chief, escorted by the Bee loch Battalion, reached Delhi on' the 3rd instant. In its summary of the 23rd May, the'Bombay Gazette remarks:---Of the sepoy 'revolt and its sequences we have.very little to tell. The insur gents on this side of India have not been heard of lately, and they may be supposed :to have .with drawn themselves from the -struggle; From the: north and east. we have only a meagre 'allowance of the usuial .telegiaphic 'notices of .parties of: re bels having-been fallen in: with and dispersed with slaughter: :: The Naila is yet at large, and blelieved. to be somewhere .on.the '.borders"of Oude and Nepaul, toge'ther with' the Begum of :Oude. - The little rebellion..of 'the. Ran: of Nuggur Parkur, in the 'ast'of Scind, the origin of which. is still very obscure-one report brings' women into ...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 23 July 1859
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. July 20.-Hunter, (s.), 264 tons, Captain Sullivan, from Clyde River, 19th instant. July 20.-Mimosa, '(s.), 200 tons, Captain Fletcher, from Twofold Bay and Ullddulla, 19th instant. July 20.-Mary Grant, brig. 166 tons, Captain Mur ray, from Liaunceston, 11th instant. July 20.--City of Sydney, (e.), 700 tons, Captain Moodie, from Melborne, 1sth instant.