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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS—NUMBA. TUESDAY, MARCH 20. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 March 1860
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. (rFIOM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) -4--- SHOALIIAVEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS-NU.1A. TUESDAY, 1IARCHi 20. BEFORE James Aldcorn, Alfred Elyard, Andrew Do Mestre, James Graham, and James Wadding. ton, Esqiires; J.P's. Nolman v. M'Kay.-Plaintiff sued defendant under the Masters' and Servants' Act, to recover £21.3s.; a set-off was put in and plea;that plaintiff agreed to serve defendant for six or 12 months. Thd, evidence did not go so far as to prove the agreeo ment, but rather to .the contrary, and the Bench would not allow the set-off. Verdict for plaintiff the amoutit claimed less £5, wlich was formerly agreed on mutually, for loss of time, occasioned by the plain tiff's having his lgc broken. ;Whintley v. Hampstead.c-This case was likewiso unider tho"Masters'nand Servants' Act, for not com pleting the time agreed,. and overdrawing tothe' amount of 5s., which the defendlnt admitted;Ihd ' .wasordered to return and work out the above sum and costs;' 3i. 6d.'' ' " " 'Th...
KIAMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. QUARTERLY REPORT. SECOND QUARTERLY MEETING, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 March 1860
''"liKr-AlA-'MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. 'QUAltTERLY REPORT. SECOND, QoURTntt MEETINO, WEDEDsOAI, NI*1,cs 2i. Ar the first quarterly meeting of the Corporation, held on the 21st day of December, 1850,9(present, the full Council),. the Council herid appeals ngainst thelo ssessminit of several propertie., and in soiho iostances of manifest excess of rating, reductions were allowed. On a motion paseed, "the Town 'Improvement Coininitte. was instructed 'to inspect and report: upon the practicahility and' probable expense of mnkingi aroandfrom Kiama to the GehceralCeimotery, and that'th'dilfeirent denominations, hb irllowed to take possession of the differentportions allotted to them, subject to any by-laws'-or regulations .the Council mitay thinkinecessary to make regarding the No report. made. A letter was read from the Town 'Cleilcof Shoal haveti Minuicipality, adskig' the co-operation of llo Kiania tMunicipil'l Councill ' i an atteLipm to obtain tie repeal of the 80th clause of the Municipali...
LORD MACAULAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 March 1860
L0 tD MA lCAULA Y [Fno.! C. D. Y.] WITmIN the last week or two, this portion of the world has received tidings of the death of one of the most justly and extensively popular of modern literary men. To me those tidings came with a greater shock than the news of any similar event the death of statesman or author-which falls within my recollection. Wordsworth had attained the fulness of days in the quiet and seclusion of his beloved lakes nud mountains, having long and com plscently outlived the obloquy and scorn which for many years attended the innovation so boldly yet calmly made by him on the convenoutional forms and artificial character of the literature which he fourid established. Nothing better than he had done was to be expected from him. He left no great work unfinished. Perhaps, indeed, as some of his admir ing critics have admitted, he had overdone his part by having written too much. Wellington had lived to be regarded almost as the representative of a past age, and an eff...
ULLADULLA. March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 March 1860
ULLADULLA. S" InMarch 19. I haveo vcr littlid iowtdettwriiteon?out.atpresent save, the; o.vrthrow of .". Forster's Goovernment nud the re-establishment of ris predecossors.', :BS oven this.has been so often dono.wiblin the laht fewyce?rs, tlihat we have become inured to it; [it ftdt' we begini tot look. upon theo Council' Chamber as a' ' playhouse," and on the performance of the members, as that of bad actors in an ill-se'lcted pantomime. Nevertheless Ithink that if any Min. istry will stand without .a dissolution, it will ,be tlihepresent one. There can be no. doub t ?laut'thkl they will nicot with great and unprilcipled 'oppos"i tion fromn the rididulous' reomiiint of the aristocracy, wlido ar well nigh in'their last.gasi, adid, seeing that thSey'usm die, are determined to nalke their dying struggle a severe one ;and when political death overtakes tlhem (Plunkett, Piddington, &c.). in theirevilldisposed and. obstructiing caredr, theru wiill be;" few to 'weep their fill," i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 March 1860
TTHE CENTRAL STORE, iiiAri'0 1(Adjoining· the Court-house.) ~i`Ticit Groceries ·Drapory n Oilmen's Stores Boots antdShoe Irdmnongery Hardware .,,. China and Glassware. Crookery, oc.,4 &o.. New Books aud Stationerj ..or ;:/i,. . And. bther Gioods sitfiblo rorh ?irc:,.," ,.h J. o..DIXON' N.B.-Goods of the best qunality. I l air .Prices strictly moderate. - ' .. Wanted, . A: SINGLE Man as bnllook driver:and milkmp? . ROBERT MILLER,jDba MIumor., SSandywh~i, March 30th 1856. ' , i'f : .......;.."... ..... The "Empire Nehwspaper. (\A N._inRdlfcr'MONDAY next, April 2, theoSub L ?scri plioin- tothe "E.~ule".' will be FIFTEEN' SILIl.f.'g. p g~arteri p. yable in advance ;irE b r O iaj.ypg punctually attended tol. "?, ?,?J bus aous? ., ... .. . :. 'lflo?inq eotl ,hf t- . 4m 8]EE NG° of the Residents of Kianma fabaz i'oroo, and Gerringong, favorable to the *brllboli'of a Company (to run a Steamer in con libetlaeilwith the Rapid), to be called the "Southera Coaitsteam Packet Company," wi...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 March 1860
'TO ThE EDITOR OF TE KIAMA EXAMINEBR. Sm,-As you wish to put the pnblic right in what you mean concerning your writing -and my own, you say you do not see the connection between sprightly-looking chap and your loader. Thec?coi nection is this, that no one attends to see.whatthe Council is doing, only go by hearsay. I say whalit I said before, that the Council is no way imled~d for the want of finds, whatever an aldermairn might have said about being out of.funds. It is'plain enough that it is not ihe case. They have .funds enough in? hand to pay for all thlt is contracted for, all but my hill, and that will be forthcoming, before it is earned. On the 11th of May, they willh?lav' £900 duo from rates; and on the lst .Jul,: tl!hey will have £900 due from the Goverznmat oudow ment. The Council's inconme is £300 per moIithl. Itis hard to please everyone. You say we began to cut the hill too soon. Others think it was not soon enouogh. I thinkl myself it was just in tima. Your obodient ser...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. A WORD FOR WOMAN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 March 1860
OR£IG?VAL CORR 'ESRPOND?REUAl. ? *-ATVOliD FOR WOMAN. "To TilE EDITOR OF TIaE KIAUA EXAMNlER.' :SiR,-Children alre often spoiled by' bciiig in diilged, so it is with me, your ready. eeptance anid prompt insertion of "A Word for the Bible," has emboldcned :me to pen a word for wnman. You liave a corrdspondent too, who, (Yarikee like, is fond of gueosing) iflticts in a ifrlendly spirit the Word. Now' I do nuot-thik ihy forte is writing for the public, but to labor intid prayi'with my' .hands under mywings,' aockiel 1st., 8th. But if your considerahteines and indulgence draw mjy hand from its hidinig place to pen-anriother word, deal gently with me if I be toopprbsuming.' : : SIt has beenr said that woman is the octave or *irather theo diapason of the hyfiin of creation. In thile seiile of material natur'e in unison with siiritunl, she is alike interdstiig to Oreator and Screature.-: I speak of her not, as she is, in all the diversity of fallen' huumanity, brht as she irisson" her brid...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 March 1860
ABSTRACT 'O F SALES BY AUCTION. Sn. W. Ianvno.--TiIs Dy, at Jambroo, at onno o'celock, Springing eliirso, tuilocks, &no. On PonBday, 2nd "April, at .J abtrbo o o, at ono on'l oak, Superior Dalry Stank.. Mn. O? K. WALaani1.-On Tuerday 3rd Aprll, at tho residcneiof 3Mr. Wllianm Walker. Kiama, HIousehold FSniturn,&c-: ,MIn. F 1,oFLn?tIr--On M"nday 2nd April, at Fernann's Store, at tl o'nlcelk, hop Goods, Farnituroe, o,
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 March 1860
COLOIAJ~ X'.TRACTS?. ... SN-rKe E ]rrTE.-A Stockmantiin the cmplofy·f IMr. Rutherford, of the Yanko, iWas bitten by ;a? brown snake some short time since.in thle hand: The mian innmedliately sucked ithe w?uiid, and continued to do sofor three successive hours, and he has not felt much linconvenience from .the..bite of this venomous reptile. Occasionally a little swelling or pain come on but they soon pass, away.--Pasloroal Timese.. :" A Pre,?sAsn T IoDE OF SI'ENXDI~NO T!Et: TVINTEsrt.-The Albury Border Post of the 1.tl at thie close of somne remarks on tlhe conflihti? news foom the Snowy. River diggings,..has the following :-" It is said that some parties iiitend remaining at Kiandra during the winter. ILet them remember the case of Mr. Palmer's stock, men, who were confined to their hut by the snoa a few days Iacki, on a spot much lower down than the present digoings. These unfortunates, after burning the branches of a tree overhanging their1 hut, wbich branches thley obtained by r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 March 1860
The Kiama oxamliner is published every WEDNES DAY and SATURDAY MORNING, and despatched immediately, either by mail or courier, to all pits of New Sooth Wale, anod the sister colonies, to. London, Liverpool and tglosgow, Great Britain; and, as 'the issue rs very eontlderable, it affords greaot facility for every kind of advertisement. J i errns: g d. adverrtisig.-F orlin n?and under... ...;. "0 : , ... .....Eve ..i.aifioial lino....;.... " P 3 Evr editioial line.. Sulscription--Per, quarteroin advance ....... 8 6 At.the end of the quarte .... 9 '0 " Single copieo, eaoh........ ...'. · o 6 Tho quarters end on ti lasIstdy of June, Septembor December, and Moiclh, respectively. KIAAI:--Pleiane. and publishie by the pcoprlotor, t WlrAi IKvio, or Klan, at th l e D?imtn enerl lrlntelg r ller, nhoalmbhan-etreet, Klamen, ailesald, SBatunlrdy, Msonh 1, liOn
TO OUR ADVERTISING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 March 1860
TO OUfl AD~flitTIBNG PR~flI)NS. IrdrUooro nru.pnrlieulirly rtnqltetod to ortit in tlhor fovrso by tlto psescrihed hlonrot4 o'lock on thI ertnlng procedlnl: tile diyof pthlloeotlon. Wont of ottoetion to thls, oeeaooolws moro delay aud inconvclioenr thonl theyoayooy Imotgic . TO CORRiESPONDENTS. It is pnartleularly rlqucetl that letters :Tor tI .oanlaenrs mny bo oddresoed to tho Editor, only, (without mutioloong aoy name) in order to preenot confuioln. All communications intended for Insortion must be aontheilt oedul by tilo names ld d dross of thu writor--not necesarily for publlnoton, but os e guorn tee oftgodommnitll. ; Wo canonot undortake to return coteod conmutoicsootlos o ,, o Adoortisers ow requestod to be parloolnr In mwrtllsg Liso nuomber of insortlons on ech o novertlooenot, othorwisn they will bolneertted ond charged for tIll ootsutntrs ldd. tOrders for .lthdratnl or olterstlons, must bh sent to tho ofieo (In writng) heforo noon on tho day prior to publictlon.
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 March 1860
0 TiiN' e'lN Wdfii5INTou or AMERICA. Amgdi thl? interistiig facts, of Captain MI'Cliiito!lk 4'-?dition, thebnarrativo of which is oiidv iti te~"fiihads of thousands of readers, there is onefl~iat a:ppears worthy of especial iotic? fiaims1i 'the dotormination of the position of the no?itlihrioiot' point of the contineist of America. : dncefborth, antartio Cape Horn will have its penailoi so to speak, in arctic Cape Murchison-a name hlonored alike in geogra phical and geological science. On this subject Captain l'Jtliatokk writes:-" Our labors have determinej the exact position of the extreme northern romontory of the continent of Ame rica; I hvevafied to it the name ofMIurchison after the distinguished president of the Royal Geographical Society-the strenuous advocate for this ' Further Searoh'-and the able cham pion of Lady Franklin when she needed all the support which private friendship and public spirit could b'estow.-Atheneum. LADY FRANKICLIN having received aot applica. tion to...
SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 March 1860
SAfTJRDAY, FAR0o11 81, 180. VsHERE are we to .bury our dead ? This is a' question of sople .moment to tho people of Kiama, for although it wears the appearauco of incredibility that a large population, in a Government township, which has been taken up for somewhere about twenty years, should be without a spot .set aside as a resting-place for their ieaiils when t)hey shall have shakecn off . Life's mortal sdil, yet suchfis the fuot. It is true that there was a grant to the Prdsbyterians in connection with the State of a small plot of ground,.near the old tollbar; but we believe that, with this single exception, no appropriation was ever made for. that purposo; and in cases of death, the relatives or friends of the-deceased have had their minds. perplexed by the difficulty which constantly pre sented itself, of obtaining a burial-placb for their dead. In many instances.the obstacle has been metby the symnathy and kind feeling of a landed proprietor residing in the neighborhood who ha...
JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 March 1860
JAIBER00. • The work of materiil :improvemiont,. which was tile principal oblect of theh establishment of corpo rationsise'I snpposodaie-proceeding creditably .in. this, our noble settlement pf Jamberod, A goodly c~mpany of tile hardy ?id industrious sons of the Emerald Isle,. with theii: countryman, tlhe con tractor, Mr. Miurphy, have obeen doccupied for the last week or two in otrming tlihe strcht-the H1Ilo street--whlich leads from' . the post-office to the Church of England school-house, and the branch road which passes the Methodlist Chapel. The Contractor and his luac, it must be allowdd, am sparing no pains to do.their work in a solid and creditable manner; they aro, indcad, working "lilke niggers." The opoertion of stuinping alone, it is eviduent will consumo a considerable, part of the price of their undertaking; for those earth-born Titans of the land, the trees, which were pretty numerous mibout this spot, were by no means.easily persuaded to loose thle grasp which their ...
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 March 1860
C. OLONIAL EXTRAC TS.: . THE GREAT BRITAIN.-A small tin canister with some papers enclosed, on which was written "The screw steamer Great Britain foundered off theWestern Isles," was found floating near the enteaince of the port of .Liverpool on Saturday morning, December 17th. This hassheenrthel work of some evil minded person, as the: Greatt Britain only left that port on Sunday, thet'llth of December, and was left off Tuscar all .wvell!qat 4 a.m..on the following Monday.'; Jp.;;-rr',l Co , S"'e unfortunate woman Ann'Haye'whidda sidi tence of death was commuteda I "'d kn'?l ?6[5 imprisonment, was lodged .tem'orairil tih 'tileU' Western gaol on Saturday, prior' to" lerlb idin conveyed to the hulks. Before being reimoved from the central gaol to tlhe former place she was put in irons, her sentence being, it appears,' filfi'e', years hard labor, the first three *in irons! 'This is the punilshmont usually inflicted upon men? tli'? senthnce of death upon whom has been commtedtl but we ...
KIAMA COURT OF REQUESTS. THURSDAY, 29th MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 March 1860
...... I- fi4:?..I -ourr OhF REQ UASTIS. s y T 25thi MAY,2th e eeleI . Broan MIessd. WVsugh, Perrott, Kendall, and f i?indmarsl. Telodycv. Dfllon--iro appearance. Shergold v. Payne.-Ml\oney lent, 14s. Gd. Thore was a set-off for damages done by a hlorse to a wheat stack, £1. . J.: ilson slated plaintiffcalled upon me to value dmcgcedloie ,tqa stack of wheat in May last. VWe et l6 ?o i'hi?b ldmaga at 6½ bushells of wheat at 10s.. ia bishel, saw?8 horsescthore, onebelonging to plain tiff.- 'lloTe lad - is not fenced in ..uor the stack. The wheat ia onlymiiddlea. asn ptdmits that lhis horse eat some loads ihe4 'tr ler horse~ had pulled it out. ", :it?ecnolltdtd plinetiff leaving wheat in l Itwas notfenced. Dofendantland a lib?rr:unde'c'theare as,he was working for him and used:?t ?rids hp Dhi not tell defendant not to run hlib lioa Tihi~ e grournd where the wheat grow was ien nts poipsssession Jl.oles took his seat.) Verdict fis?rV'laitiff 4s. 6d. and costs. Charles ,in ;v. Ji}'mes Mof...
SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 March 1860
"?. SIO \LIlAVEN..: fu?r."' .Tlio MuIniipal Council met specially piursnant to iolici, in the Couitlihuso, NoT\ril :t F riday, 23rd March, at 4 o'clock i.nf. L " -?.u, ore.t i Present'-Thu .WVorshilpul thie Mayor;., in the lhir ; Aldermen Bidice, Mour',oii'i:'d Grathl. :.'. SThe Mayor statcd tho objct'b ftle meetiug tobe for the consilderation of a letter from Mr. John OChristin Miller, respecting tlih- forryrat Bonaderry, aind requested the Town Clerk tob read the lotte" to ih Council. ::Tho Town Clerk rend the lettar, wherein Mr Miller, on the grotmid of physical weakness, re quested the Coubcil to cancel the tenlder which had been acceptad in his unme at the meeting. SMoved by Alderman Munro, secobnded by Alder man M'Grath- -".That the tender of Mr. Jolhn Chlristian Miller, fiirunddrtalking the duties of tlohe ferry at 3omaderry, antid acci?ted! alot iast metiug, beohlereby canelled."-COarried .-.. " : :: SMoved IyAlylermn?i Bidiiideonded by:Alderman Munro-" Tlhalt tlihe' teidl: ...
WHAT WILL MRS. GRUNDY SAY ? [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 March 1860
1WHA1'T WILL AIRS. GRUNvDY SAY t [rse, [FiO n THoE DA.LING iiowNs eAzETTE .Aio'ea our acquaintances there is no one who exercisos so much influolence, .directly or indi rectly, as Mrs. Grundy. In all, arranioments sociul and domestic, she intei'fres. Shodiuld economical imotives iildc'o us at any tilhe to avoislsuiilchriig out indo unniecessary .expense, •c are deterred from following the bent of our incliinatiofns by some guarded friend's rmniark- " What will MIrs. Grundy say ? . SFred Tibbs is a decent follow--quite the gon tlemen in every way, and his presence would give a zest to any coterie. Fred is in the retail line, and we lose his society because we are •afraid of Mrs. Grundy. Junltos and cabals are formed to prescrvo caste, and taboo from balls and reunions, per sons who are not uip to a certain standard, because; woere we to permit tile secondary com n:mercii'interest amongst tile prmtorian ranks, SWhat?e?ioildl' M.Is. Grundy say ?" - .r3:aGiabbs is a female of exemplary ...
TESTIMONIAL TO THE REV. H. MACK [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 March 1860
TESTIMONIAL TO TIIE 5 t . - a1aoK.- m1 comnmittee, consisting of the fdllowing gentlemen Messrs. iR. lack, CG. T.umner, sen., E. Brook, D. Fiilaysos, A. Boyd, J. Blstk, and R. Morris, had the pleasuro, at the closc, of the usual qluarterly meeting business, on Tlhursday, 29th instant, of presoenting the above-nameil gentleiaen (by the hand of one of their numnblerMr. E. Brook) with a purse contailning £45 pounds, nas a token of their high esteem for his past la?bors anld cxemplary character amoncgst them fir these three years past. The committee would also tiks thlis opporturnity of thanking Ithe Christian liubilic for their kind liber ality in assisting tiem to carry out the above object. JJisecLT o01" .s O oFrlicy, e3rd bnstant, Mr. Johnston Cnllllc sold .5r. E. Splnickes'ic cLry oclk. hor?os, plge, iPo. ihe cows wacrusod nt prices racllcgci c?cm £5 (Lc. to LO, snd Itvi rgecd £ c I s. plcr c:cld.