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NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 July 1859
SNOTIC TO ADVERTISERS. &dvorttoors are requested to be particular in marking the number of insertions on oech advertisement otherwise they will be inserted and charged for till countermanded. Orders for withdrawal or alterations, must be sent.to the offico (in writing) on the day prior to publication.
A WARNING VOICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 July 1859
A .WARNING VOIGE. PER FAVOR OF TRE IAMA EXAMINER.:' ` FrienCds and' fellow` mortals, arouse'l arouse!' Awake him who sleopeth. O that I haid the pien of a ready writer--or a peni of iron, and.ink of liquid fire, to engrarave deep' u?pon the hearts of the careless 'o:.,rds that burnt. Death is every .where; but man cannot die. He exists forever. His destiniy is not ,the. damp, dark,," deep, cold and. narrow .tomb. :,Therefore he:,must think , .and think seriously:and ,solemnly .as the .sound peals mournfully, through: 'his soul when a livingfriend has passed away.:. All 'is Iclosed irrevocable. Time and time's changes have' become 'suddenly eternity unchangeable. Death-repulsive king-thipe iron rule is terrible. Death, cold and.lonely,:'thy frigid .face is hateful. The bravest look upon thee with dread. "O'death, what art thou ? a stern and silent usher, leading to tho.judgment for. eternity, after 'the trial, scene of time. 0 death, what art thou? the shadow.of every `shbstnnce." ' ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 July 1859
;: o Such Word, as Faill A RESISTLESS REMlEDY. HOLLOWAPY'S OINTMENT. Circular to the Sick. THE first Ihospital surgeons and medical publicists of 1 Europoe admit the unlfaralleled anti-inflammatory and healing properties of- this Ointment; governmcnts sanction its use in their naval and military services; and. the 'masses in this country : and. throughout the world, repose the utmost confidence in its curative properties. It penetrates the sources of inflamation and corruption which underlie the external evidence of disease, and neutralize the fiery elements which feed and exasperate the malady. RHEUMATISM, SCROFULA, ERYSIPELAS. These are among the most terrible and agonizing diseases ; yet, in their worst forms,.and when seemingly incurable, they invariably disappear under a persevering application. of this soothing, healing antidote to pain and inflnmmation. I. K G'S. EVIL, .FEVER S0qRE, STIFF: JOINTS. In cases of King's.Evil -where medical waters, lotions and overy recipie.of the...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SOLOMON HYAM'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 July 1859
-COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SOLOMON HYAM'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR:. Potatoes, £4 to £4 10s per ton Wheat, 10s Od to 10s 6d per bushel Barley 2s 6d to 3s do. Corn, as Od to Ss 3d do. Butter, ls 9d to 2s per lb. Cheese, 7d to 8d do. Bacon, 8d to 9d do. Fowls, s G6d to 4s per pair Eggs, is Od to Is 3d per dozen Hides, 9s, 12s, and 16s eaoh Pigs (fat), in demand Calves, do. , ul , 18". Market Wharf, Sydney, July 28, 1859.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 July 1859
. ?Newspaper Establishment MACHINE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, SHOALHAVEN STREET, KIAMA. TIHE Proprietor takes this opportunity of informing -' the inhabitants of Kiama and the surroundiig 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 considerable expense imported some of the most beautiful machinery ever introduced into the print ing business in New South Wales, which for speed and: .xecution of work, stands unrihalled, hebwould conifidently .expect from the district a fair share of patronage and. slipport. Book Work Cards of Address "-Circulars, in script type lReceipt Books Circulars, in rondo do. Order Books Posters.- PromisoryNotes Hand Bills Bill Headings, &a., Executed on the shortest notice. ..;, . The following Forms may be obtained at this office: Lease Forms Bank Books SApprentice's Indeptures. Mony Order Books -. Forms of Agreement : &e., &., c...
OVERLAND MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 July 1859
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GRAHAM AND MULHOLLAND'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 30 July 1859
GRAHAM AND ,MULHOLLAND'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Wheat, 9s 6d to 10s per bushel Maize, 3s 3d to 3s 9d do. SBailey (Maultit'g), 3s to 3s 8d di. Ditto, Cape, 2s 3d to 2s 9d do. Bran, 2s 3d to 2s 9d do. Flour, (1st) £25 to £26 per tdi. Ditto, (2nd) £23 to £24 do. Hay, £5 to £8 do.' Potatoes, £4 to £4 10s do. Ohions, 6s to 12s per owt. '. . Butter, (1st) 2s ; ditto, (2nd) is Gd to Is Gd, dull Honey, Gd to 7d do. per lb. Bacon, Gd to 9d do. Cheese, 7d tog9d do. .Eggs, Is.9d per dozen. Fowls, 3s 6d to 4e per coupleD.k.. 4s:. t s Ducks, 4s to 5s do. Turkeys, 8s to 12s do. Calves, £1 to £2 each" - Pigs, Gd-to G6dper lb.-in demand. GRAHAM AND MULHOLLAND, Commission Agents;, .Commercial.Wharf, King-street, Sydney, July 28th, 1859. . . .
THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 13 August 1859
THE WAR. -4-- FROM THE HOME NEWS, JSOME 18TIH. After much manouvring and many fruitless advances and retreats, an engagement took place on the Po, between the Austrians and the Allies, and was rapidly followed by important results. M~ontebello, the scene of this conflict, is storied ground, already famous in the annals of Car thage and France for victories achieved here by Hannibal and Victor-the last in June 1800, when the French routed the Austrians much in the same way as General Foray, or more pro perly General Beusel, who handled a division, and was killed in the thick of the fight, did on the present occasion. The fighting on both sides was hand to hand, and was carried on with great spirit. It seems to have been a cam paign which opens up several points of interest at once. The most dazzling episode that noext solicits attention is the advance of Garibaldi into Lombardy; that brave officer, with com paratively a handful of men and without any artillery, penetradod into Lombar...
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 13 August 1859
NEW ZEALAND. The Wellington Independent says:-There has been for some time past considerable uneasiness felt herewith reference to the Miaoki kingmovement. We are not, however, among the alarmists. We believe the natives are as thoroughly peaceable now as ever they were, but the knowledge that they are rapidly decreasing, while the Euro.ean popu lation is out-numbering them and daily'becoming larger, has created a vague apprehension that their lands may be taken from them, and that they may be treated as an inferior race. We have in a leading article entered fully on this subject, and need only mention here that the Governo.r has only assumed the responsibility of the native question, and has by his isolation at Aukland and apparent dislike to make himself personally acquainted with their wants, very materially contributed to awaken the feeling which now disturbs the M:aori mind. Governor Browne, like Governor Fitzroy, listens almost'entirely:to an irresponsible Native Depart ment, ...
THE METROPOLIS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 13 August 1859
THE METROPOLIS. ' DSTUCoTlVE FmE,.--A fire broke out in Pitt street north, on Sunday evening last. The fire engines were speedily on the ground, and every. ex-. ortion made to quench the flames, but this was not accomplished till much valuable property had been destroyed. The tenements destroyed were occupied by Mr. Kearey, ironmonger; Madame Laroche, milliner; Mr. Drowery, cabinetmaker, and. Mr. Kearns, coachbuilder. One was unoccupied. The property, we were informed, belonged to Mrs. Terry, Hughes; but we were unable to ascertain whether it was insured. Mr. Kearoy had indsured a portion of his stock in the Northern Insurance Company foE £5,000. Tuesday's Herald says, in reference to the albove :-All day yesterday a body of men, in the employ of the Northern Fire Insurance Company, under the superintendence of Mr. O. Bown; were engaged in clearing the fragments from the scene of the conflagration on Sunday night, and in re moving the remains of Mr. Kearey's~ stock ofiron mongery, i...
SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY, 8TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 13 August 1859
' SHOA~nAVEN. [FROM eUR CORREBPONDENTS. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. S IdONDSY, 8TH AUGUST. (Before P. De Mestre,and J. Aldcorn, Esqrs., J.P.'s.) John Ail Garthy was brought up for stealing some silver from the till of William Anderson Wheatley, of the Royal Hotel, Terrara, on Saturday. night last; the witness could not swear that there was more than 5s. The Court sentenced him to be confined in the lock-up for fourteen days. M'Carthy is the publican whose application for license was refused at the last Annual Licensing Meeting, for alleged robberies having been committed in his house; and when taken for the above offenc lie had in his pocket £2,4C3 bank receipts, besides bank notes and other monies. Patrick Casey was ordered by the Bench to be looked up for twenty-four hours for being drunk and disorderly at the hearing of the above case. THE ROAD BETWEEN' GOULBURN AND SHOAL HAVEN.-The O?ronicle remarks that, while thd people of Shalhaven appear to be fully alive to the importance of o...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 13 August 1859
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. His Excellency the Governor, Sir Richard M'Donell, attended by the Chief Secretary, W. Younghusband, Esq., Inspector Hamilton, and two orderlies,, rode down to the beach at Lefevre's Peniisula, for the purpose of witnessing the pro gress made by the company of the 40th Regiment of the Line;' stationed at Adelaide, in the use of ·the Enfieldrifle. A. section of the detachment only ,were present on the ground, under command of Major Nelsoi, Captain F. S. Blyth, and Lieutenants Gibson and Moller; also, non-com missioned officers-Color-sergeant Mullins, Ser geant B3ywater, Corporals M'Kay and Hennessy, 19 rank and file; amongst them were the four crack shots of the company,:who, under their able instructor, Lieutenant Gibson, have acquired great precision in firing. The firing was of that character that persons who had witnessed the pre vious firing of the company when the rifle was first used could at once perceive the extraordinary progress made by thle troops. The se...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 13 August 1859
VICTORIA. The Melbourne correspondent of the S. M. Herald gives the following sketch. of the Vic torian Government Land Bill as drawn by Mir. Harker, during an address to his constituents: The principal features of the bill are simply these: W'e intend to set apart two millions of acres of land in various parts of the colony .for selection, after survey. This land will be in those parts of the country in which good soil exists in large areas. We intend to form what in England are called "hundreds." These hundreds will be surveyed and divided into blocks of 80 acres. The survey will be so managed that 40 acres may be apportioned to those who require so small a quantity. The system will be this-that when a person requires land he will have to state to the Commissioner of Crown Lands the quantity he wants, and according to the order of applications the land 4ill be, allotted; so that the principle of selection will be brought into operation, and those who apply first will have the best...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 13 August 1859
Produce Auction Mart and Stook Repository,: S Sussex-streeet and Union Wharf, : Adjoining 11. R. N. 8. N. Company,I , SYDNEY. DRITCHARIID & WILLIAMS hold Sales :by 1_ 'Auction of horses, cattle, sheep, pigs, calves, &c., wool; tallow,' hides, shins, hay, maize;ibran, and all kinds of Australian Produce every Tuesday,: Wednesday, and Friday. . . .Terms cash.i ; : PRINTING' AT TiHE "KIAMA EXAMINER", PRESS. TNVOICES, Bill Heads,-Circular , Pass 'Bdok?,?eoeipt : 1 Books OCheque Books, Tickets,; Commercial Cards, Visiting.Cards,:and Cards'of Admission, : Pc stei?sHrand Bills, Pamphlets, Abstracts and Forms of every kind, printed in the best'style, 'on the shortesh notice, and fowairded i'cbordin to instruotions, with tihe' utmost despatch, to any part of Illawarra or el~ewhore. : Auctioneers:and others, requiring special accommoda tion, may rely on tlhe proprietor's afifoding every possible .fuoacility to accomplish their wishes. " Ci"ONTRACTS for ADVERTISING in the ~Ezam...
STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 13 August 1859
STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR. •Messrs. Garland and Bingham have still to report a continued scarcity of store cattle. As much as £3 has been asked, in private hands, for mixed cattle over two years, deliverable in the new colony of Queensland. We have daily inquiries for stock suitable for the Victorian market. Good store sheep are in demand. We have sold a lot of breeding ewes at 15s. 6d., and a large lot of mixed sheep at 14s. 6d. STATIoss.-For these we have frequent inquiries, hut .yet there is a hesitation in investing. HI?Es.-For heavy and well cured, as much as 22s. d. :to 24s. can be obtained. 115, York-street. Sydney, 11th August, 1859. '
A PUN AND A PIPE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 13 August 1859
A Pow AND A PrE.-Meerschaum pipes, it is said, are made out of tihe foam of the sonea. The manufacture of them, therefore, must be a surge-ical: operation. ADVERTISINQG.-A French editor has given thee, following amusing description of the effect of- an. advertisement :-The first time a man, sees an ad-2 vertisement he takes no notice ,of, it;. the second time he looks at the name; the third time he lodko~ at the price; the fourth time he reads it; the 'fifth; time he speaks of it to his wife;' the sixth time h''' buys. enoor PosTivave.-' Is the sense of smellin" more pleasing than the sense of tasting ?" was theosub-° ject up before a debating club. Skilton -.was thoe last to speak upon the negative, and all were anxious to hear him, when, ringing the bell,: he· ordered a glass of hot whiskey. punch, and drinkit' off with great gusto. Then turning to his opho-. nents, hb hanided the empty glass to the leading' disputant;, and thundered out, " Now, sir, smell itT' 7 It is needless to...
VICTORIA MARKETS. MELBOURNE, 30TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 13 August 1859
VIOTORIA MARKETS. ' MELBOURNE, 80Tn JULY. TnE ~MILLs.-- Millers report the demand as having been less active, and the amount of transactions has shown no improvement. Quotations still vary consider- ' ably, prices of fine flour being quoted from £27 to £29 per ton; HIaxall, £30 to £31 do.; bran, Is ad to Is 9d per bushel. Wheat brought at from lis 6d to 12s, 3d per bushel. RETAIL MRKEIiETS.-Butchers' Meat: Beef, 5d to 7d per lb.; mutton, 5d to rsd ditto; veal, 9d to 10d ditto; pork, 9d to 10d ditto. Poultry : Turkeys, 14s to 20s each: geese, 1Gs to 20s per pair; ducks, Os to 10s ditto; fowls, 8s to 10s ditto. flutter, fresh, 28 Od to 3s perlb.; eggs, 2s Cd to as 6d per dozen; milk, ls per quart. Bread, the 41b. loaf, is Id to Is 2d. LIVe SToc.--Fat Cattle.-Messrs. Ryan and Ham '-ond report the fat cattle market as short supplied on Monday and Tuesday, there being only about 500 head -of cattle forwaid, but on Wednesay a large supplh came to hand. Throughout the week the stock were c...