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SOUTHERN RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 20 August 1859

SOUTHERN RAILWAY.-Tho total earnings of the Great, Southern: Railway for theo week'. ending 6th August, 1859, amounted to £869 7s. 10d., and the total number of passengers carried to 5,634.

Publication Title: Kiama Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, 16TH AUGUST, [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 20 August 1859

SH.. OALHM. EN. : -; e. .- 'Rn OU c U'RES POND I . I . ; C i. .OURT, OF! PETTY SESSIONS, 'TUESDAY, 16THI AUGUST, ( Before a full.Bench.): WARDEN V. WILLIAML MID JULIA FoRDUAM .of Ulladulla. -Defenidants' iworo' broughit before the Bench summarily for having absconded from plain tiff's hired service.. The case being fully proved, the Court muloted the defendants: of two months wages, and caicelled the agreement. STAPLETON V. GREEN.-Disputed title of a heifer. Case dismissed,-plaintiff to pay costs.: . CONsTAHLE ,FINLAYSON V. !RINGLAND, licensed publican, for not having his lamp lit. Defendant pleaded not guiltr. 'Fined 10s, and 3s. Gd. costs. INQUEST.-- An inquest was held this' day beforei Thomas M. Richards, Esq., Coronor, at the' Royal. Hotel, Terrara,' n' view of. tlio"bddy of John' M'Dermaid, who hlias been missing since the 'Ist of Juily last. The body was discovered onh Saturday, below the Biiniadorry Poinit, and identified by the wife of the deceased, The jury returned a verd...

Publication Title: Kiama Examiner
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PROJECTED JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 20 August 1859

. PnoJEOTF' Joumc 'L. -Tho ndefatigable C., 1I -'Wahtsbi' of Bruciawood' wvh'o 'vs tho first toi stirt a :papor in that district, and who is.nowv,proprieto'r of the Daily Nesois, h?si publislhed.a prospectus of a new. journal, to be published twice. a ,week at Araluen, uilder the title of"T 2"'i 'Al ien tar and Mfiners' lliglt. The more decoros and quietly disposed part of our communilty havc, during this-week, been hoeard to inquire, tas they iassecd ithrodigh our beautiful little township, "Wlihare ally,isKTinama coming to ? Aie there no means by .which order may be proe served at the corners of our streetsiand in the middle of our. rmoads. I" Ihave we-- constables ?'" What is ;their, duty, and: whel do: tlioey.livoe?" 'We lhivd heard theso,questions, :brit: could give. no" defilite reply. :.If, however, ani :.answer. "can, be .ogiven by. which., ai,i.improvemetmay' be .:secured :'in the futurc, yo sh'all I fool. obliged. :iehod:iqucstiodni wvo.rofer. top; were not;withouticause.:...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SOLOMON HYAM'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 20 August 1859

-COMJERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.i?r"' "SOLOMON HYA3'S PRODUCE CIRCOU1AR.. Potatoe., £4 to £4 I Os per ton . , 'Wheat, 10s Od to 10s ad per bushel . Barley 2s Gd to Ss do. eCorn, as od to as 3d do: Butter, 2s to s2 3d per lb. Cheese, sd to ad do. :. Bacon, 7d to 8d do. - Fdsd Is G?. , tpL?:8?d pelr pair; E s; l'Od'tod.;s 3dpr4ddozeion ...i'es,:.2s, 14s, and 18s enach- . - -: - Pigs (flit), in demand if MasieetWhsYlinrf, Slidnjy;'Asgis~ t 17, 1859:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 20 August 1859

"I i'. :."Niwpvaper Establishment AND' " ' " : K; MACHINE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, SHIOALTIAVEN STREET, KAAMA. HllE Proprietor takes this opportunity of informing JI' the inhabitants of Kiama and the 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 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 und. support. J. Sook Work . Cards of Address Circulars, in script type' Receipt Books Circulars, in rondo do. Order Books Posters Promisory Notes Hand Bills . Bill Headings, &e.,. Executed'on the shortest notice. SThe following Foriss may be obtained at this office: Lease Forma I Bank Books ' Ai ntioo's IndlThures , Meony Order Books - Forms rAgrceint .. ..c., ....

Publication Title: Kiama Examiner
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CALENDAR OF CULTURE.—AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 20 August 1859

C!' OALENDARIbi 'OF CLTURE.-AUwGUrST;s : ' K' ITcnEN GARDEi.-rlatt cabliages, lettuces, potatoes also salads, with seasoning herbs,, thynim, &o. Sow as last nionth, with addition of spring vegetables in general. Dress beans, peas, cucumber,'&e. ' iruits.-PrUitio com Snion trees, figs, and .vinos; B'egin to graft' -vines. * .rbes.-Propagato and transplant. Raise stocks for S.grafting... Flowers.-Dress beds. -Sow hardy' kinds. .Jield.-Thin tobacco plants. i Potatoes as before.

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THE AMERICAN VIEW OF THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 20 August 1859

THE AMERICAN VIEW OF. THE.WAR. " The 'New .York Tribaune of the 7th May. has the following excellent article upon the course: incun bent:upoli all sincere friends:of liberty' :-":Two of the great military mosiaricins' of Contineintal Europe appear about to' pl?ige'igito: a 'desperate, deadly strife, and already we see attempt' to enlist thefe1liiigs of'the American'people on the side of one of the belligerents. In: commosi with theore publicans of Europe we protest against this entan glement. Neither the. Austrian nor .the French despot has any claim: on our sympathies, nor, is there any piopability that the foresworn assassin of the liberties of France will. hereafter deserve more from the 'advocater of human rights tlhan the assassin of the liberties; of Hungary.. I Have, the two not vied with each other for years irin uphold ing the priestly despotism whichblasts and-scourges Central taly I When the 'Romani Republic' fell, pierced'to the heart by `Frenich l' diets, wIs' thld voic...

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NEW CALEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 20 August 1859

1NEW JCALEDONIA. .The.news by the Brilliant to the 27th hltimo fiully confirms the reported activity of the French Government in subduing the island to colonizatioi. His Excellency Governor de Suisset was absent from Port de France on an expedition, having for its object the establishment of military posts for the protection of settlers in the interior from the natives, and the construction of roads and bridges. To enable a correct judgment to be formed of the natural productions and capabilities of this ex tensive and interesting island, gentlemen connec ted with the various branches of science accompa nied His Excellency, and their report of the explo rations of the hitherto hidden interior is awaited for with much interest. In the town of Port de France a post-office has already been erected; a handsome theatre, and a Government House in course of building. The postal arranegments include the engagements of two fast sailing vessels,. the Brilliant and the Frances, which convey th...

Publication Title: Kiama Examiner
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TUESDAY, 16TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 20 August 1859

S TuEsDAY, i6nu AUGUST. (Befo, Mr. Justco 'Dickinson and a special jury 1 \ of twelve.) BERRY. V. BARR. ;This was an action for libel. The plaintiff was the :Hon. .Alexander Berry, M. L. C., and the de fendant was Mr. Robert Barr, proprietor, printer. and publisher of the Kiama Examiner.Tho declara tion contained two counts setting out two distinct libels on the plaintiff in two separate issues of the same journal. The first count set out as libellous so much of the following article in the Examiner of 18th December, 1858, as has been included within inverted 'commas : THE REV. DR. LANG.- When this gentleman arrived in Shoalhaven, the Presbyterian minister and elders at once tendered him the use of their church to perform Divine service and preach in, but. it appears that there is an higher power than theirs, an unchristian malevolent spirit superior to their Christian desire to compliment the man whom above all others has served the cause of Chris tianity and of religion more than ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 20 August 1859

We regret that, owing to our journal having ,changed its proprietor this week,'our issue is un- avoidably small. 'Our readors will, ,perhaps, i haveIheardithat.th'o KIiamar Examainer, with the entire plant, comprising all the. pinting :ma terial, was soldl'at publio iauitioi ,byr. . K. ' W iiDobN;,i on Wcdliesday" lit,''sh;n Mr. .W. VANCE was the purchaser, and is now tie ',pro- prietor: Through this change of:hands a delay in our p"ublishing..has :been joccasioned which -prevents us from co.npleting our sheet, but for this dcfiocnylifwe propmise: to' suply a supplec uecnt with our next issue. , i

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ENGLISH AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. THE PROGRESS OF THE GREAT EASTERN STEAM SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 27 August 1859

ENGLISi-?AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. THE PROGRESS OF THE GREAT E4STERNN SSTEAM SHIP. The Great Ship Conpany having been definitely formed for the purpose of purchasing this Great Eastern and completing her equipment, and all the necessary arrangements connected with the transfer of the ship having been made complete, active.steps are now being taken in order to have the vessel ready for sea by the latter end of the month of July, or the beginning of August. Se veral hundred woi'kmcn are busily engaged in everj part of the ship, and they proceed with their labors undisturbed by the presence of any visitors on board.' The inrestricted freedom of. access which:was given some weeks since by the company is-now followed, and necessarily so, by a system of the most rigid exclusion of visitors. Apart from the interruption -wliich a constant stream of visitors must cause to the workmen, the'directors of the new company found, that the privilege which they accorded to the public to visit the ship a...

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STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 27 August 1859

STOCIK AND STAT'IONCIRAUGAR. Messis. Garlaiid anrid Bighamn lanve.this wveek to report "th? sedvere ftosts anrid' want of the 'usual Spring rains hiaed prevented many of the Southern buyer,; hvlo dread a continued drought,; from pur chasing Store Cattle.. Besides it has been ascer failied that those who have. €pnced their fattehing runs hiave rathier ovqr-estimiited, the,greiter grazing capa!ilities wvhicli this Would' afford, and have con seqtie itl b'een guilty of ove?-stockitig. These facts will adcount both for the in'ctive state of the mar ket for store stock as well as the' great demand for fat cattld in Victoria. There are considerAble quan tities of the former on the border awaiting sales. This inactivity, however, can only be but temporary, andtiiere'is yet a brisk demand by overlandors for cattle i' the'Northern 'distiicts ht fodrer prices. Si?TR'E SnEEP areleniitqied for, aid 'many parties appear anxious to' purchase breeding ewes, delivera ble rafter'-shearing, for the:p...

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SELECT POETRY. VISIONS OF DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 27 August 1859

--E . . -_, . _ I TsrONS OF DE I, T :' .,: . ..(a J. ca wroa,) .. T"''was lovely Spring, and the morning hour, As ia In'y sti'n it t a tral biwer The lark that was earollin' in the air Sanl not so sweet as thatlady fair; ''he queenvlyroso that arounid her grew, All moistened vet with the morning dew, I isplaved its charms in sweet array, l Int thirer still was thatlady gay. W'here'er the hir" one turned to view, L inchanting beanity ever niew Still met her gaze-sliooth shaven lawsr And stately park, where the plafill fawn Skipping about, their gambols make Along" the banks of the silvery lake ;' And close by the skirts of the mantling wood Her fatlier's turreted mainsion stood, Where all was preparatioin gay For the young hireCss's bridal day. A sight now filled my $011soul with awe; For -metlol,ght that I in' vision saw A horrid splectre, gamit:and grim, Approneh the bower and enter in, His cohl niid' bony hand lie laid ,Oii the'snosv nieck of the fair yotltig maid. Sfliý?lg, a?: [...

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CALENDAR OF CULTURE.—AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 27 August 1859

o CALENDAR OF CULTURE.-AeousT. epasEN GARDEz:-Plant cabbages, lettuces, potatoes also s, vith seasoning herbs, thyme, &c. Sow as last'iionth wvith addition of spring vegetables'in general. Dre4.1bknus, peas, eticumber, &e. Fruits.-Prune com more- ies, figs, and vines. Begin to graft vines. Tre @? ]jgppanate and transplant. Raise stocks for grann.' Flowers.-Dress beds. Sow hardy kinds. ie..- tobacco plants. Potatoes as before.

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THE SHOALHAVEN LIBLE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 27 August 1859

THE SHOALHAVEN LIBLE CASE.--A, public meet ing. was held yesterday evening in the Temperance Hall, Pitt-street, for the purpose,. s~ stated in the advertisement,,of eliciting an expression of.public opinidn in 'regard to the recent Berry prosecutions df Messrs. Garrett and Barr, the. printers and pub lishoers of the Wollongong and Kiania papers, for publishing the Rev. Dr. Lang's letters; under the title of the " Shoalhaven Incubus." The. hall was nearly full; on the platform, besides the chairman, Mr. Black, M.L.A.,,were the Rev. Dr. Lang and Mlr. Pemell, M. L. A. The chairman.opened the meeting with a speech of considerable, length, in which he disclaimed any intention on his own part and on the part of those by whom the meeting had been convened, to impugn the conduct of either the Judges 'or the juries in the recent trials, or to in fluence by popular clamour the administration of 'the law of the land; but he yet claimed for'himself and others the right of jealously watching and...

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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 27 August 1859

odýI jxii;ýr; DIAIY. o d J Jz fi i f f ; "a' -y o e? k _ I, of t Sunrise SuneseAot 's a s o2i i fu b?0 ue i - S , Y.... Aug. 27 02 5.34 .28 [O,? },. 29 0 28 5 35 i. TUE.. X0 6 25 5, 36 2 "WE ~t? fJiu) 31 0 24 "5 36 3 I R ,4 . ... Sop. 1 6 23 37 4 fg io i • •WEEKLY. Lira °,rfj ti '1. l:,i'n I', All id Ii n iiAtnfb6 lildiii~i ltlb'' r insertiot moust be nutientei eat..li. byi n tnft l nddtfre of thie riter--not :leesesi lly Ifor bl? t" r , bu a tf g rnfettco of good faith. We r.!p4epoti Uq'mv 1R u . flrtt ojtei d communications. :

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BY THE QUEEN.—A PROCLAMATION. Victoria R. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 27 August 1859

BY THE QUEEN.-A PROCL.13ATIO . w . ,Victoria R. Whereas,.we are happily at peace with all Sove reigns, Powers, and States : And whereas,, notwithstanding our .utmost ex ertions to preserve peace between all the 8overeign Powers and States now at war, hostilities ?have ' unhappily commenced between his Imperial'. Majesty the Emperor of Austria on the one part, and his Majesty the King of Sardinia and iris Im perial Majesty the Emperor of the 'French on the - other part: And whereas, a state of war now exists between his Imperial Majesty the Emperor of Austria on the one part, and his Majesty the Kingof -Sardinia " and his Imperial Majesty the Emperor. of the French on the other part, and between their re spective subjects and others inhabiting within their countries, territories, or dominions : And whereas we are on terms of friend hip and ) amicable intercourse with all and each of thesea. sovereigns, and with their several subjects' and'" others inhabiting within their countries, t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 27 August 1859

2OT9Vit.I% ~ ItjIJM.SERS. A cr erA r6 ~.dC~iiynotiflcd that after thi a date they THtoflrO-h Macolaneouas, ~ietiae , .m '.J~t!,jI rn iftl I~uel

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[Copy.] (Circular.) Downing-street, 17th May, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 27 August 1859

[Copy.], (Circular.) Downing-street, .' 17th May, 1859: Sir-I transniit to' you enclosed 'the Queen's proclamation for' tlhe' maintenance of 'neutrality, pending the hostilities which haIve broken out?be tween the Emperor of Austria on.the one part, and the King of Sardinia andthe Emperor of the French on the other ; anid I have to desire that you will give the utmost publicity to the said proclaiiation. I have, &o., S CARNARVON,, In the absence'of SIR E:.B. LYTTON. Governor Sir William Denison, K.O.B, &c. of... New South Wales.

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A CRUEL DISAPPOINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 27 August 1859

A CRUEL DISAPPOINTMEINT.--A little in the: way of romance in real hfe occurred here a few' days since. A young lady yet in her teens arrivedi . the other day from Australia, with the object of, mearrying a gentleman in the navy, whose portrait with recommendations, had been previously for' w.?ded to her from Calcutta by an old lady friend. .The likeness appeared to be that of a young man =iiout twenty-two or twenty-five-with Comely ,i4..ures, and his other good qualities being duly trsjfied to by her friend, the young lady, who was >pj.essed of a ithot ardent desire to visit the Easte thsolglit that.th--o-rii hiiht be an eligible one;v{- sob consented anid at once came out.' '-Her" advent . was telegraphed from the Sandheadsi aid "on ar rival in harbour, her friend was in readiness to re ceive her. She went ashore in high spirits, felt' quite charmed with what little she had been able'! to see of the city of palaces, and thought that'shd would like the place very well indeed.\ Ev...

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