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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 27 August 1859
* vN~spapr 'Establishment' MACHINE.GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE,,: iSHOALAVEN STREET, KIAIA. THE Pr'prietor takes thi's opportunityv'of :iformihg' the in abitants of Kiaia and: the surrounding dis-' tricta that· he continues to execute Printing of every kind and description at the lowest possible prices, and on tht shortest notice. " - , Haviug at considerable expense, imported some of the' most belastiful.nmachinery. ever introduced into the print-. ing'businless' in' New Southi Wamles,'iwhii for speed and execution of work, stands unrivalled, he would confideitly. expect from the district a fair share:of patroniage and. support. Book' ork - - Cards of Address Circulars, in script tyti. ' :.lReceipt Books -. Circulars, in rondie do: i ' Order Books i., Posters . : .Promisory Notes':,. Hand Bills Bill Headings, &e., Executed on the shottest notice. . The following Forms may, be obtained.at this office:- Lease Forms Bank Books 'i . Apprentice's Indesntures , .Money Order Books, Fo...
THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 27 August 1859
Tin BATTLE or WATE?r?oo.-This is the age of military reminiscences and revivals-an age when .everything that is said or done in war is parodied from, or squared with, something that may have been said or'done by the military heroes of the past generation. Napoleon the First was a conqueror iW the positive degree Napoleon the Third following out regular gram matiedl sequence is nothing, if not comparative; and, perhaps, it is intended that the Imperial infant who now smiles graciously on the ob sequious Parisians, from his peaceful perambu lator in the Tuilleries garden, is intended in his day to be the superlative of tile Imperial triad; to " smash creation," as'brother Jonathan would say;? or perhaps, to accumulate a sort of inclu sive glory, and be, like Mrs. Malaprop's Cer berus, the "Three Gentlemen at Once." The efforts of the present Efnperor of the French to feed the military ardour of his followers on the reminiscences of the past empire are; in truth, too. palpable to be pa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 27 August 1859
The Stable MIiracle! TrHE WONDERFUL, CURES effected'. -by. ' ROW' S .L EMBROCATION, or FARMER'S FRIND," bhave induced persons interested in the cure of that noble animal, the horse, to communicate a great number of in teresting cases to the' proprietors. J. O. White, Esq., many years a stud-master to the Australian Agricultural Company, Port Stephens, ex. presses his opinion that "no one ou-ht to travel with out it; its culrative effects ane surprising." H. Zouch, Esq.,' states that "'previous to the introduction of the Emnbrocation into the force of the Soutliern .Patro, cone stantrecourse was necessary to the skill df the veterinary surgeon, which has now been rendered needless." Mr. Andirew Gribblen, the' well-lknown frrier,; of Sydney,. writes "that he has had such undoubted proofs of its efficacy, as to .warrant him in recommending it most strongly." Henry Itotton; Esq,, M.P., designates.it " a most excellent application." John Perry, Esq. the mail contractor, "hias used it wit...
SOLOMON HYAM'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 27 August 1859
soLoMpo.'sHyAiMS PRODGEi OCIBOGULAR, .,' 1'Ppttoee £4 to £4 1On pep ton:.- ': Wheat, 10sOd lo lOs Od,per bushel ... . Bi'rley ?e to 8s 6d do. Conii, s Od tbo S dd: . Butter, 2s-to 2s 3d per lb.. . : Cliese, Bdto 9d do. . , Bacqn 7d td d d. -d . : tr. . Fowls, 3s'Gd t'o S 9d'.per pair E?, idU tol's' od per dozen ' H 1de'dIe , 14, aid4'18 iac'' . Pigs, per lb. d t6 6d . . . Calved, ?5a to £2, S. Market Vhlarf, sydney,; Pigust 25, 1859.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GRAHAM AND MULHOLLAND'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 27 August 1859
COMMERCLIAL INTELLIGENCE. GRAHAMI AND MITLHOLLAND'S PRODU CIRCULAR. Wheat, 10s to 10s 6d per bushel ' Maize, 2s 10d to 3s Od do. Barley (Maltirg), 3s to 3s ld do. Ditto, Cape, 2s Od to 2s 6d do. Flour utf ] Ihay, £? 10 to £5 l9sdo. Honey, 6d to 7d per lb. Bacon, 6d to 8d do. Gceese, 7d to 9d do. Eggs,.l10d to is per dozen Fowl§, 3s3Gt to 4s per couplq Dueks, 4s Gd to s 6d, do. ' rkeOids td 14 do: Cilves, 15s to' £2 b?ci Pigdi, 5d to Oil peie l1 Hides, each, -10s td' l65s o RA: one Ai AND amULer OLiND-, Commission ýAgents, Comnmerbi Wlihfrf,-King-st. - ydney. t S * .' Aug.t 25j-18539
BRITISH NEUTRALITY. Colonial Secretary's Office Sydney, 15th August, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 27 August 1859
BRITISH NEUTRALITY. . (From Tuesday's Government Gazette.) Colonial Secretary's Office Sydney, 15th August, 1859.;' The following despatch from the Right Honora-:. ble the Secretary of State for the COlouies, enclosing the Queen's proclamation for the main tenanice of neutrality pending the war between Austria and Sardinia and"Franice, is published Tor general information. ' . . CHARLES COWPER, and o'thers inhabiting within any of their countries, territories, and dominions, and to maintain a strict and impartial neutrality in the said hostilities and war unhappily existing between them:' ' We therefore have thought fit, by. and with the advice of our Privy Council, to issue this our royal proclamation : And we do hereby strictly charge and command all our loving subjects to govern .themselves ac cordingly, and to observe a strict neutrality in and durinig the aforesaid hostilities and war, and to ab stain from 'violating or contravening either. the laws fnd statutes of the realm in...
Return of the Sydney Grammar School. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 27 August 1859
Return of the Sydney Grammar School.:' William J. Stephens, HeadMaster-salary, L5Q00. allowance, L137 10s.;, fees, L496; total, L1133" 10s. Od. Edward Gratt, Mathematical Master- salary, L400; allowance, L58 16s.;. fees, L298; total, L756 16s. Edwin Whitfield, Foundation Master - salary, L300; allowance, L70;, fees, L293 15s.;. total, L663 15s. Julius J. Stutzer,. Foundation Master.- salary,: L300; allowance, L58 16s.; fees, L293 15s.; 'total, L652 11s. ,Walter Heaven, Assistant" Classical Master-sa lary L300;.total, L300.. Edward Blackmore, Assistant Classical Master salary, * L250; total, L250. : Stu~art Hawthorne, Assistant Classical Master salary, * L225; total, L225. John Kinlook, Assistafit Mathematical Master salary, L125; total, L125. John Mills, Writing Master and Secretary salary, L200; fees, L193 15s.; total, L393.15s. ; P. A. Dutruc, French Master-fees, L198. ; total, L198. C. H. Fairland, Drawing Master-fees, L198; total, L198. - T. Warman,'Janitor-salary,:L100 ; total,...
PARLIAMENTARY PAPER. EDUCATION. Return of Salaries in connection with THE SYDNEY UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 27 August 1859
. ARLIAMENTARY PAPEB. EDUCATION. Return of Salaries in connection with S THE SYDNEY UNIVERSITY. Dr. J. Woolley, Professor of Classics and Logic salary £925; allowance, £300; fees, £122 7s;-. total; £1,347 7s.- . Morris B. Poll, ProfesSor of Mathematfcs-salAry~ £825; allowance, £1560i fee? '£132" 6.; to tal £1,10F 6s:. John Smith, M.D.,- Professor qf Chemistry and Eiperimental Physics-salary, £675; "'allwance, £120; fees, £165 7s. 6d.; total, £960 7s. 6d. Hugh Kennedy, Registrar and Assistant Professor of Casslscs-salary £400; fees, £44 2s.; total, £444 2s. Mons,..Dutrio, Reader in Freneoh-salary, p100;: fees, £12 12s..; total, £112 12s.' James E. Graham," Accountant-salary, "£50; total, £50., Joseph Burrowes, Beadle-salary, £100 'allow anco, House; total, £100.. Gardner (1)-salary, £10l94s. ;'ialId ancd, House; total, £109 4s.' " ~H7"? Messenger (1)j-salary, L5. tbtal, L52, . Studentis-33:
OUR OPPOSITION STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 27 August 1859
OvU OrPPOITION STEAMER.-VWe are told that Mr. A. Sheffield has been appointed the agent at Kiama to conduct the business of the " Rapid'-' steamer. DIN.SER TO MIR. MARTIN.-At a meeting of his his friends, held last evening at the Metropolitan Hotel, it was decided that as it would be inappro priate, durigg the sitting of the Assembly, that any. popular manifestation should take place, and as there was now no time to make arrangements for a suitable banquet, that it would be advisable to do. fei it to a more favourable opportunity. At the same time, the fullest confidence was expressed that when such opportunity should arrive, inrease3 enthusiasm in. favour of Mr. Martin would be felt by his friends and supporters.-S. M. Herald. THE PANAMA ROUTE.-The Hems News of 18th, June says :-It is the intention of the Peninsular arid Oriential Steam Company to tender for the via Panama Australian route ; and as their fleet of steamers and complete machinery ought to enable them to make an offer...
TELEGRAPHIC COMMUNICATION WITH ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 27 August 1859
TELEGRAPHIC COMMUNICATION WITH ENGLAND. On Monday, 22nd instant, a special meeting of the members of the Sydney Chamber' of Com merce was.held for the purpose of hearing Mr. Gisborne explain his project for constructing a submarine telegraph line from Java to Moreton Bay, and thus at once connecting the Austra lian Colonies with Asia and Europe. The meet ing was unprec.,dentedly large, which was 'a sufficient proof that the urercantilo community were alive to 'the importance of telegraphic communication with the Mother Country. Mr. Gisborne pointed out that the time had now ar rived when these Colonies should take iinmedi ate steps to secure such communication, and that his proposal for attaining this object was founded upon a solid basis. He proposed that the necessary capital of the company for accom plishing this work should be £800,000. The company required the Colonies to give them 6 per cent. guarantee on £720,000, which would be £43,200 per annum, to continue fifty'years. Und...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 27 August 1859
TjI reselt war in Italy ill ubtless g~ive rise t 'o i a .l varP ss secu1ato . The politician, i tl e. oPr- ?, i ?0 comparing the o% Ml4nv lve. t i 1inportancei will v r Itr. asz it.ýp', th el p }e,,°[ power, and e e oi o. " Tat)n. .e capitalist I iT C la i ts p? . ea?l ig the money mar ad c a lat i kruptcy of sole, rý p t0e- er ,nz tli . ie philan thar l figt, l .f1raje p 0 tiro o gul Iu ,effect, its comrlex moye s, ps so many sns.to an end, an a ei u 0 e, the d es nH ý'3I. .t~ er 1,41o 4 &lt; "5 ny and (esD lSm a I, tile est"ni t Ot fej tutions i 0 rill hsq tirr , i!} C l cd ressed and "ireal oole .lrcnyd i 1 i Spepqe ations are ar a? " ? I; t ~ the li ee is Ll ai $' tl] p uit of the reset eru , • , t e n ut of uuNll r ,ia i 'o.?,.rrjp? efro m} r. -.'? ?,, e ore te o ove m?, r a? o, y 9 r Ing. et we are ler' o i lllre, What wi llb?t,.;r character of this liberty? Will it he a doliverance ere y remr i vl utri rue be s ituedby ec rn ; or l1it ie storat frc in epet it n i a e ...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 27 August 1859
9RGIllN U CQRRP SPONIAINCE. rTO~T?nE E?iTOR Opl IHE KIAMIA 1ZA5 INEE. ??i,-ITn yourpubllgation of Saturday} last there app~eared a commulnication making a good many fn quirfes which, to satisfy the writer, I consider, with your permission, I feel bound to answer, if not all, at least some of them. The first of these is.-Have we constables ? And next-Where do they live? Now, I reply, we have two; and they live in the centre of our township, which I judge is not at all beyond the knowledge of the writer, and these two men are at all times to be found where duty requires they should be. These questionis, the writer states, weore occasioned by a'demonstration of a whole bul- lock being roasted on the anticipated departure of an individual from Kiama; and to use his words,. ' few have cause to lament."' Has the writer him self, for one, any cause ? I have lived a resident in this district for upwards of twenty years. I have hard and honestly paved my way through life, and, owing no man a...
MUNICIPALITY OF KIAMA. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 27 August 1859
MUNICIPALITY OF KIAMA. &nbsp; PROCLAMATION. &nbsp; By His Excellency Sir William Thomas Denison, K.C.B., Governor-General of Her Majesty's Co lonies of New South Wales, &c. WHEREAS by a certain Proclamation dated the eleventh day of August, one thousand oight hun dred and fifty-nine,-and-duly'-madoe=and-published under the provisions: contained in the ' Municipa lities' Act of 1858,'' in' the Go?bsinneat Gazette of the 12th day of. August, one. thousand eight hundred and- fifty=nie,; a certaiii -listiict in" tlie said Proclamation described and' named; and the limits and boundaries `;whereof were thereby de fined; was y' the said :Poclamatiobndeclarod to be " a 'Municipality?ii withini the intent:and meaning ofthe 'said Act,:'by.tlo\,ame and style of " thed u nicipalityjrof Kiama, ' and. the electors for the time being of the, said Municipality, immediately upon such publicationL as aforesaid, became and.were a Body Corporate, under such name and style: And w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 27 August 1859
TO Nr. JAIES COLLEY. tlR--We, the undersignial Freeholders, Leaseholders, K) and Householders, of the Kinma Ward, having full confidectie in your judgment, business habits and inde pendence, beg to solicit your permission to place you in nomination, as one of the Candidates for the office of Alderlman, in the Municipality of Kiama,. at.the forth coming Election, and pledge ourselves to use our best "ndelevours, to secure your return. Janies.Robb, J.P. W. Irving Samuel Charles J: M'Gillivry Rev. H. Mack .. J. Graham Rov.. J. Kinross ;A. Sheffield. J. W. M'Ilvrath S..Freeman-.. George Bullen ' F. Brbown Robert Pickeman . George Walker W. L. Franhes James Walker Joseph Weston Junr. 'George Adams T. S. Kendall, J.P. W. Goeoan IThomas Chapman, J.P.. 'G; . Dixon John Moore i Geoige Turner Henry Hamill = '.George.Turner, Junr. Richard Bushnell • : James Gillespie James Wood W. Wright . George Wood' B. Taylor Samuel Marks D. M'llwarthb Senr. Joseph King George M'Sparren G. Armstrong James M...
SELECT POETRY. THE FIELD-FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 10 September 1859
S- .: ELEC T POETRYi. ..THE. FELD-FLOWER. YE.?ield-floiveis.! the gardeiis elipse ?ou,;tis tri ; Yet; iwildligs of lahtlrio', I dote upon yod, For ýoe iiattf'me'td ?stmniimers o old, When tho enrtli teem?'d arind hie iith faerj delight, Aind ilibil 'diisiesand l~utter?up?si?ddeoed my sight, tikeli t.esasuis' of silver. and'gol. I loveo.voi for lillngsmo back into dreams: of the blI ighlit i d momiitains and 'echoinglstreams, SA~id of hirohon lades breathing their balm, While. the deer were seen glancing in sinshieio(remote, l Anti the deep mellowv tone of the wood-pigeon's note Marlo inusic that sweeten'd the calm. Nota paitoril soiig has ai p thassaipte.tuie : Tlian vapoei? kto my lidart, littlb ivildlings f Jmn "o , S'Of old ruinous cistles y:e tell,; 'Wherdo 'tlithight'it'deli litfiil yoii,.beaunties.to fiixd, When the ma"Ric of Nature first bieath'd on my aiid,' nd onil6r bioslsonis weopiurt of hie i spell. Ev:n nowwliat nffection the violet nwakes Whist loved little:islands,'st...
RIXON'S LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 10 September 1859
RI?xoN's LINE.-The Illawarra Mercury says: Mr. C. T. Smith called at our office on Wednesday morning, to inform us that, on Tuesday last, he drove his carriage, with one horse, with compara tively little difficulty: the only inconveniences, indeed, he met with were caused by the slight swampiness of a few spots, which rendered it rather heavy work for one horse. To remedy all these, he informs us, that Mr. Larking, the mail contractor, proposed to undertake making the road in a perfect state of repair, for a little over £100: and that he would not expect any payment until the work was finished to the entire satisfaction of the trustees ;he will then run the mail over this line. Even in the present state of the road, our informant assures us, that a person need have no dread of undertaking a drive to Campbelltown.
THE BATTLE OF SOLFERINO. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 10 September 1859
THE BATTLE OF SOLFERINO. When the Austrians had taken up possession of the eastern bank of the Mincio, a general ex pectation prevailed that their tactics would be purely defensive. That expectation was disap pointed. Wliether from a change of plan, or from a confidence in their strength, or because they judged that the commander-in-chief of the allied army would not take the initiative till he should be reinforced by Prince Napoleon's troops from Tuscany, and possibly till the proposed attack upon Venice should be opened from the sea. Certain it is, that the Austrians re-crossed the Mincio on the night of the 23rd of June, and offered battle immediately on the' morning of the 24th. ' The conflict which ensued was one of the most: sanguinary of modern times. It raged from sunrise to sunset. The exact number of men left dead on the field,. and rendered hors de combat will.never be known. It was, doubtless, far beyond the estimate issued from official quarters, which give Austrians a ...