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NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 13 August 1859
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Advrtlsers are requested to be particular in marking the number of insertions on each ndvortisoement, otherwiso they will bc Inserted and charged for till countermanded. Ordcro for Sithdrawal or alterations, must be sent to the ollco (in writIng) on the day prior'to publicatio.o.
CLIPPINGS FROM ENGLISH PAPERS. THE OLD FAMILY DOCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 13 August 1859
CLIPPINGS FROM ENGLISil PAPERS. THE OLD FAMIILY DOCTOR. There are now as few old household doctors as se?vants-the familiar, kindly, welcome face, which :has presided through generations at births. aind deaths; the friend who bears about, and lkeeps sacred, deadly secrets, which must be laid silent in the grave, and who knows the kind of stuff his flock is made of, their "con stitutions," all this sort of thing is greatly gone, especially in large cities, and much from this loive of change, of talk, of having everything ex plained, or, at least, named, especially if it be in Latin, of running from one " charming" specialist to another; of doing a little privately and dishonestly to one's-solf, or the children with the globules; of going to see some noto rious great man without telling or taking with them their old family friend, merely, as they say, "to satisfy their mind," and of .course, ending ini leaving, and affronting, and injuring the wife and good man. THIE WEATHE? AND THE P...
CALENDAR OF CULTURE.—AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 13 August 1859
CALENDAR OF CULTURE.-AUousT. KITCnEN GARDEN.- Plant cabbages, lettuces, potatoes also salads, with sensoning herbs, thyme, &c. Sow as last month, with addition of spring vegetables in general. Dress beans, peas, cucumber, &e. Fruits.-Pruno com mon trees, figs, and vines. Begin to graft vines. Trees.-Propagato and transplant. Raise stocks for grafting. Flowers.-Dress beds. Sow hardy kinds. Pield.-Thin tobacco plants. Potatoes as before.
ARRIVAL OF THE BOMBAY AT ADELAIDE, WITH THE JUNE MAILS. DEFEAT OF THE AUSTRIAN TROOPS. KOSSUTH'S DEPARTURE FOR HUNGARY. LORD PALMERSTON PRIME MINISTER. (FROM THE S. M. HERALD.) [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 13 August 1859
AR1HIYAI OF THE BOMBAY AT ADELAIDE, WITH THE JUNE MAILS. DEFEAT OF THE AUSTRIAN TROOPS.: KOSSUTH'S DEPARTURE FOR HUNGARY. LORD PALMERSTON PRIME MINISTER. (FROM THnE s. . HERALD.) S[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] The.P. and O. Company's steamer Bombay arrived at Kangaroo Island last night, with news from England to June 18th. Her dates are as follows:-Suez, June 27; Aden, July 3rd; Mauritius, July 17th; King George's Sound, August 1st. Parliament opened on June 7th. A vote of Want'of Confidence was immediately proposed in the shape of an amendment on the address, and carried by a majority of thirteen. Lord Derby resigned, and Lord Palmerston has been made Premier. His Cabinet includes all sec tions of the Liberal party from the Peelites to the Manchester school. The Cabinet is as follows: Premier, Lord Palmerston. Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. Gladstone. Secretary for Foreign Affairs, Lord John Russell. Home Secretary, Mr. Cornewall Lewis. Secretary for the Colonies, Duke ofiNew castle. ...
SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 13 August 1859
SA 2TURDAY, AUUSTSZ' 13, 1859. The arrival of the Bombay, with news from England up to June 18th, will be hailed, by.our readers with no ordifary.: degree of ,interest. .At this time, when Ithe'color.ial' mindis somewhat painfully exercised by the conjectures and appre hensions which hbme affairs will naturally produce, the information come to hand is of the first im portance. . -. The intelligence from the seat of war affords an almost certainty of prospect that the ostensible object of the campaign will be realized. ,The Allies appear victorious up to the 8th June, and it is more than probable their conquest will ter minate in the ultimate expulsion of the Austrians from Italy. Thus far, judging by the present, we may anticipate the result of this sanguinary strug g?le, at least, of its first stage. In the course and progress of events this war may assume a very different aspect to that of the present. This dif ference of aspect and position in tlhe.next stage is as likely to aris...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 13 August 1859
For Sale. A Quantity of Seed Potatoes and Broad Beans. . Apply at FERMANAGH HOTEL. Laughing Gas--Electricity, &o., AT MIr, LAW'S Jamberoo Hotel, Jambeoroo, by Mr. JACKSON from Sydney, On TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, 16th and 17th-' August, At 7½ o'clock. Admisssion as usual. : '. S Bullook to be Roasted. A BULLOCK will be roasted in the rear of the Fermanagh Hotel, on Wednesday next, l7th August. ' The friends 'of. Mr. W.: BURLESS; Sen., are specially invited to attend and partake of the same, as he is about toaleave the colony for his native. land. Everything Wvhich can contribute to the eda ' of such an important event~will be provided. By order of . .. -. C. PRICE, - ' A. HAnars, ;" :J. IRVINE, .. C:. HETHERI&GNTON. Fat Cattle. T EssRS. IRVING. & FOWLER anroeinstructed SfY. by William Ritchie, Esq., to sell by Auction,? at the Steam Packet Inn, Kiama, on next Thurs-' day, the 18th August, at 1 o'clock, A lot of fat 'cattle, 'really prime, fattened on the' , Rive...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 13 August 1859
DLARY. Days of tho Week. t Sun riso Sun sat A ons SATURDAY .............: Aug. 13 i0 45 6 23 14 SUNDAY ............. " 14 044 .5 24 P. M[ONDAY............ " 15 6 43 525 10 TUESDAY ............. " 10 0 42 5 226 17 WVEDNESDAY........ " 17 0 41 - 3 27 18 THIIURSDAY ............ 18 6 30 5 98 10 FRIDAY ................ " 19 0 38 5 28 20 THE KIAMA EXAMINER. PUBLISHED WEEKLr. All communications Intended for insertion must be authenti cated by the name and addross of the writer-not necessarily for publication, but as a guaranteo of good faith. We cannot undertako to return rojocted comnunicatlons.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 13 August 1859
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. August 6.-1.rilliant, schooner, 112 tons, Captain Sholl, from Port de France, New Caledonia, 27th ultimo. August 6.-M1echanic, American schooner, Captain Bowen, from Feejee Islands. August 8.- U'ircaossian, schooner, Captain Wilson, from Feejee Islands 20th instant. Au~ust 10.-B-ombay, P. and O. Co.'s (s.), 1,200 tons, Captain King, from Suez 27th June, Aden 3rd July, dauritius 17th July, King George's Sound 1st, Kanga roo Island 5th, andi Melbourne the 8th instant. SAILED. August 5.-Himalaya, for Hong Kong. August 5.--tIelen Douglak s for Manila. August 6.6-Concorde, for Guam. August 8.--Maid of Judah, for London. Loss OF 'FIE "EnEESEE."-The Fortune from the Tweed River, brings intelligence of the total wreck of the above-named schooner. She sailed from this port for the Tweed, and on the 30thl ultimo, on taking the bar, with a heavy seoa rolling in, the wind fell light, and she got on the rooks. Every endeavor was made to get her of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 13 August 1859
' Newspaper Establishment '' AND -MACtINE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, SHOALHAVEN STREET, KIASIA. THE Proprietor takes this opportunity of informing the inhabitants of Kiama and tile 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 considerable expense imported some of the most beautiful machinery ever introduced into tile print ing busliless in New South YWales, which for speed and execution of work, stands unri'alled, he would confidently expect from the district a fair share of patronage andi support. Book ork Cards of Address Circulars, in script type Receipt' Books Circulars, in ronde do. Order Books Posters " "romisory-Notes Hand Bills Bill Headings,:&o., Executed on the shortest notico. The following Forms may be obtained at this office: Lease Forms .Bank Books-. Apprentice's Indentures Money Order Books . Forms of.Agredment &e., &o., &Co....
GRAHAM AND MULHOLLAND'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 13 August 1859
GRAHAM AND MULHOLLAND*'S PRODUCE : CIRCULAR. Wheat, 10s to lls per bushel i Maizo, 3s Od to 3s 3d do.. Barley (Malting), 3s to 3s 6d do. Ditto, Cape, 2s Od to 2s 6d do. "" : Bran, is 9d to 2s Od do. Flour, (1st) £26 to £28 per tori Ditto, (2nd) £24 to £26 do. Hay,-£5 to £8 do. Potatoes, £4 to £4 15s do. Onions, 8s to 15s per cwt. Butter, 2s to 2s 3d per lb. Honey, Gd to 7d per lb. Bacon, 7d to Pd do. . Cheese, ?d to Pd do. Eggs, is 2d per dozen Fowls, 3s Gd to 4s per couple Ducks, 4s 6d to 5Se do. Turkeys, 8s to 15s do. Calves, 15s to £2 each Pigs, 4jd to G)d per lb. GRAHAM AND MULTIOLLAND, Commission Agents, Commercial Wharf, King-street, Sydney, August 11, 1859.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SOLOMON HYAM'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 13 August 1859
COIMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. --..? SOLOMON nYAMS PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Potatoes, £4 to £4 10s per ton Wheat, 10s od to O10s 6d per bushel Barley 2s Sd to 3s do. Corn, .s Od to .s 3d do. Butter, Is 9d to Is per lb. Cheese, 8d to 9d do. Bacon, ?d to 8d do. Fowls, Is 6d to 3s 9d per pair Eggs, ls Od to is 3d per dozen. Hides, 12s, 14s, and 18s each . Pis (fat), in demand Carlvet Whrf, Sydney, August , 1859. ?anrkel? Whabrf, Sydney, Angust l]; 1859. !".
KIAMA DISTRICT COURT. SATURDAY, 6TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 13 August 1859
KIAMA DISTRICT COURT. &nbsp; &nbsp; SATURDAY, 6TH AUGUST. &nbsp; (Before H. Cary, Esq., Judge.). WALDRON V. IRVING. &nbsp; This was an action brought to recover the sum &nbsp; of £21 6s. 8d. the amount of a promissory note made by John M' Mahon in favor of Andw. Cullen, with interest. By plaintiff's evidence it appeared that he had discounted the note for Cullen, which he held until due and longer. It was a three months' note, and dated April, 1858. M'Mahon, the maker, before the note became due, ran away from the district. After it had come to maturity, the defendant had been employed Mrs. M'Mahon to sell cattle for her. He told plaintiff that as soon as the cattle were sold he would pay the note provided there were no costs put upon it. Plaintiff said there would be interest, and defendant after some hesita- tion agreed to pay that likewise. Defendant kept putting plaintiff off by saying that he had not dis- counted the bills for the cattle....
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 13 August 1859
MARRIED. On Thursday, 11th instant, at Sydney, by the Rev. Mr. Ottara, Mr. John Monaghan, of Kiama, to Miss Sophia Blake, second daughter of Charles Blake, Esq., of Cregg Castle, County Galway, Ireland. BIRTH. On Wednesday, 10th instant, at her residence, Terra- gong-street, Mrs. George Bullen, of a daughter.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 20 August 1859
Producedi Aution art an~d, Stocl R' i;epoli SSu.ssexstreeet and Union.Wharf, Adjoining H. R.,N.!S.:N..Company; i' -.4 X:7ir ,SYDNEY. P IITCHARD .& WILLIAMS liold -Sales yliy Auction of horses, cattle, sheep, pigs, calves, &c., wool;,. tallow,. hides,:shlins, hay, maieo, bran, and all kinds ofrAustralian Produce ovry :Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday. Terms cash. PRINTING 'AT'TIE - .,,:KIAMA EXAMINER"' PRESS. . INVOICES,tBil: Heads, Circulars, Pass oo~is,Receil-? I Boois, Cheque Books, Tickets, Commercial Cards, Visitiig Cards; and Cards of Admission, . Pc sters,Hand Ellis, Pamphlets, Abstracts and Forma of eovery kind, printed. in the best style, on. the shortest notice, mimd fowarded according to instructions, with tlo. utmoist deslfatc, to any part of Illawarra or elsewhere. Auctioneers and others, requiring special accommoda-; tion,'may rely oei the proprietor'aallording every possiblo facility to accomplish their wishes. ": ' Kiama Examiner" Agencies.' rHE Gentleme...
STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 20 August 1859
* STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAp: -Mosrs Garland aid Binghaii'havo.to roport that Sii"''th6 'Nortlhrn anid',' stdrn. Distrits prices. of store cattle are well.maintaifiied, althligh from the : ieii ' chierabctor' of tho 'wintr souithward, and the scarcity of grass, ownei's'f fatteiing stations have : bqen. dilatory in; making ,:phrchi'ses." Raiii lhas, ; howevor, bcn abundant on the Edward! within the Slst few days, and an early flush of grass may now bo expected We are consequently able to report sales justeffected, of,1000 bullocks, at £4 15s., and a mi?ed herd, t'S3':12si: Gd. ""'SionE SnEEP.?-Fropriotors seem unwilling to sell, oxcopt at very high; rates. Offers of 11s. Gd. have been made "and reflsed for wethers. Good i breeding sheep are euquired.foraiid siiUoiortmhitton i,. in .demand.. . ' S;-'.STAiiONs 'are sought.after, but although',there a,: o;plep.ty. in theo market,i we'. have a-t -present no ,itrainsction of importance to report.. : ; ; ; f FAMS ,AND ,t Bi Fai LDSoa.-Iri ...
ANTI-SCEPTIC POWDER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 20 August 1859
ANTI-SoErrI? POWDER.-In July and August last a cheap antisceptic powder, invented by M. Falcony, a French chemist, was the sub ject of experiments at St. Bartholomew's Hos pital, which fully demonstrated its power of preventing the putrefaction of animal matter, and even of arresting and extinguishing that process in its most advanced stage. The pow der, which is itself perfectly inoffensive to sight and smell, consists of certain salts, princpally sulphate of zinc, mixed with the finest saw-dust, and its use is enjoined by the Government of France in all its interments in that'country. A layer of the powder, placed under a sheet at the bottom of the coffin, absorbs and neutralises all liquid and gaseous emanations from the corpse as fast as they are generated, and it is said also to obviate all danger of contagion in cases where death has taken place from small pox, scarlitina, typhus, &o. If the latter fact be as well established 'n the former, the powder might be used wih...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 20 August 1859
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NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 20 August 1859
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.: Advertisers are requested to be particular in marking thj .number of insertionson each advertisement, othnrwisu they will be inserted and charged for till couiteormanded. Orders for withdrawal or alterations, must bbi?set to the oilce (in writing) ..on-te day prior to publiction. ................
THE METROPOLIS. SUPREME COURT. MONDAY, 15TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 20 August 1859
'-TIRW` MEHTROPOLIS..: r`. , i} SUPREMII COURT. ±,. iONDAY; 15hiI AUbIUsT ."'' "' S. osiT~ E (r S.6rsi s iM. II.ERALD.) (Bo foro Mr Justice Dickinson and a? spcial jury, 1BERRY V. GARRETT. -This wassn naction for libel, in .which the hen. Alexandlor Berry, M. L. C., of Shoalhaven, was the plaintiff; and Mr. Thomas Garrett, the pro-' priotor:of the Illawarra Mercury, was the defend ant. The declaration averred that the plaintaiff, being the owner of certain property at Shoalhaven and having leased portions of the same the defend ant had published a letter in the Mercury which contained a wilful and malicious libel against the defendant as such landholder, as well as against him in his individual capacity. The matter declared upon as libellous was part of a letter from the Rov. Dr. Lang, headed "The Shoalhaven Incubus," dated the 17th of December, 1858, which appeared in the Illawarra lMercnry of the 23rd of the same month,-the same production which formed some time ago the subject of...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 20 August 1859
.O ,A:E ... . i .o, i . ' RS. :' .,'I .I , r" F ' s 'Ad4rtlIsoraro rcBpcCtrully. notified tlht after, this dnto. lcy -'"?lll be bb6ined t6 the following hquirs -Mleecllancoius dvlecrllso nionts .rc.lved tp to 4 p.m. oin Fridy;' Auction6ers',tlll 7 p.m. Tho above regulations will be strictly observcd.l. .::,,;.'. ' ;,; i S "AT 1D4Y "UGUS2' 20, 1859.