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FEARFUL STORM ON THE COAST. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 10 September 1859
FEARFUL STORM ON THE COAST.-TWo VESSELS VWRECKED AT BELLAMII.-On Friday morning last, shortly before daylight, it commenced to rain heavily, and to blow with considerable violence from the S.E. The rain continued all Saturday and Sunday, with but few and brief intervals. The wind increased in violence, varying occa sionally between the southward and westward, and a fearful sea was soon running. At Wollongong the sea swept clean over the pier into the basin, during the whole of these two days. Fortunately no vessels were in the harbour or basin when the storm commenced, nor have any made the port since. Had any of the colliers or steamers been either at the moorings or in the basin they must inevitably have sustained considerable damage, and they. would have been fortunate to have escaped total loss. We never recollect so heavy a sea running on this part of the coast before. We regret much to record that the storm has had a most disastrous effect at Bellambi. When the gale commenced,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 10 September 1859
SIllawarra Steam Navigation Company., TIME TABLE. Between Sydney and Wollongong., F'ROM SYDNEY on Monday, Thursday, anid Saturday, L at.lO, a.m.;,and on Tuesday at 8 o'eloek.: : And on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday night, at ll o'clock. From; Wollongong off Monday, ; Wednesday, .Thursday, and Friday,; at 2 p.m. ' and on Tuesdaiy, at 12 o'clock, noon .a:. '.a. Beto . j ween S`ydney and i'ia a. . . From Sydney on' Tuesdaiy, at 8 a:m.i; and Satiurday, at10 a.m. i . n And' on Monday; Wendnesday; Thursday,:and'Fild.y, at lip.n. . From 'Kiama on Moniday, Wednesday, Thursday,: and Friday, at;2 noon.. ., Andil on.Tuesday, atl10 a.m. .·:. . :: B . , Between;Sgdney and, Shoalhaven.! : From Sydney on Tuesday, at 8 a.mi, and ouThursday and Friday night, at 11. From Sho?algaven on5 Monday, Wediesday, ansd1Friday atlO a.m. : . IllHawarra S. N :Company.; ' TIHE.Steampackots passing between Sy4ney and Shoal I haven, and which, during the. winter .onthsi, have only been 'availible aas passener boats...
CALENDAR OF CULTURE.—AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 10 September 1859
CALENDAR OF CULTURE.-AuoGUST. *Krrenn GARDRs.-Plant cabbages, lettuces, potatoes also salads, with seasoning herbs, thyme, &ec. Sow na last month, with addition of spring vegetables in general. Dress beans, peas, cucumber, &c. Fruits.-Prune com mon trees, figs, and vines. Begin to graft vines, Trees.--Propagate and transplant. Raise stocks foi grafting. Flowers.-Dress beds. Sow hardy kinds. Field.-Thin tobacco plants. Potatoes as before.
SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS.—Tuesday, September 6. (Before a full Bench.) KEMP v. LENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 10 September 1859
SHOALHAVEN.. [FROM O'R. CORRESPONDENT. l COURT OF PETTY SEssioNs.-Tuesday, September 6. (Before a full Bench.) KEMP V. LENNESS. Defe:ndant was charged with feloniously stealing thirty-five bags of corn after delivery to the plain tiff.. He was followed to Sydney and apprehended by Constable Ross lunder a warrant. Was taken before the Central Police Court, and was sent back to Shoalhavon to bet dealt with. His case was ad judicated on the day when he was committed to take his trial at the Quarter Sessions, WVollongong. Bail was allowed for his appearance. M'GnAvII v. RINmLADe.-For assault. The par ties compromised without bringing it into Court. CONNOLLrY v. ¢MoRutssoN.-Under 13 Vic., No. 25, for selling spirituous liquors without a license. Case dismissed from informality. DisraicT CONs'rABl.E v. MonarssoN.-Under the same Act, for illegally selling grog without License. After a great deal of litigation• on both sides, Mr. Richards being engaged for the defence. The Dis trict Constab...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 10 September 1859
MISCELLANEOUS. He who thinks his place below him, will cer tainly be below his place. A BAD PEN.-:? God has written 'honest man' in his face," said afriend .to Jerrold, speaking.of.'a person in whom Jerrold's faith was not, altogether blind. " Humph l" Jerrold replied; " then'; the pen must have been a very bad one." OUTSPOKEN. Pa1ACHINGo.-- The t!des conm twice a day in'New York *harbor, but they come unly once in seven .days in God's harbor of the .sanctuary. They rise on' Sunday-but ebb on Monday, and over their storo'door." Business is business,',' 'aid over the church door "Religion is.'religion,'' hand' they ayt to religion '"Never como.in here,": and.to'busi, ness,," Never go in. there,!' "Let us have no secular. thinigs in the pulpit," they say; " we get enough of them through the week in New York. : There all is stringent and biting selfishness and knives, and probes'and lancets, and hurry, and work and worry, Here we want repose, and sedatives; and healing balin.' All is'p...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 10 September 1859
DIARY. Days of the Week. Day o Sunrise Sunset Ao Month Age SAURDAY ............ . 10 I11 643 18 SUNDAY ............. 0 544'. 14 MONDAY ............ 12 6 7 545 F. TUESDAY ............. " 13 6 6 5 46 16 VYEDNESDAY........ " 14 6 4 546 17 THIIURSDAY............ 15 6 3 5 47 18 FRIDAY........ ....... 1 6 547 10 THE KIAMA EXAMINER., PUBLISHED WEEKLY. All communications-intended for insertion must be anthenti eated by the namo and address of tho writer--not necessarily for publication, hut as a guarantee of good faith. We cannot undertake to return rejected communicatlons.
DISCOVERY OF A ROMAN CITY ON THE BORDER OF WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 10 September 1859
DISdOVERY OF A'ROIMAN CITY ON THE ibORDER, or WALES.-At a ge'ting of the Royal Society 'of Literature, April 6th, the Bishop of 'St. David's. President, in the chair, Mr. Wright gave an interesting account' of his' recent re searches at Wroxter, near Shrewsbury,. the site .of the Roman town of:Uriconium now being ex .cavated. This place, he shows must have been one of great importance, from the wide area em braced. betwedn its ancient walls, and, which occupy not less than 1400 acres. Two large masses of Roman masonry have been from time immemorial visible above the ground; but it was not known, till Mr. Wright was enabled, by the liberality of the Salopian land-holders, to make his late extensive excavations, how much of-the' town still lay:buried hardly deeper below the surface than the ploughshare usually penetrated. In the course of his diggings-a detailed account of which will, we hope, be shortly -published Mr. Wright discovered' the remains of a room 226 feet long: by 30 broa...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 10 September 1859
TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisers are respectfully notified that after this date they will bo bound to the following hours :-Miscellaneous advertise moots received up to 4 p.m. on Friday ;-Auctioneers'. till 7 p.m. The above regulations will be strictly observed. SATURDAY, SE'PTEMBER 10, 1859.
PEACE CONCLUDED. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 10 September 1859
PEACE CONCLUDED.. The following was the basis of a treaty of peace concluded at Villa Franca, 11th July, between France arid Austria :-Lombardy to be annexed to Sardinia, Venetia to remain in the hands of the Austrians ; the Duchess of Parma to be restored ; an Italian Confederacy to be formed, with the Pope as Honorary President. Peace is considered ignominious in England. in conse quence. Count Cavour and other members of the Sar dinian Cabinet have resigned. The Emperor Napoleon left the camp imme diately after the conclusion of the peace, :and arrived at St. Cloud on the 24th June. The Austrians have been defeated 'in a great battle on the right bank of the MIincio. The losses on both sides were very great, amounting to 29,000 killed and wounded. ' The movement of German troops towards the Rhine has been arrested, in consequence, of. the peace between France and Austria. The Emperor of Auitrisaaddressed his troops at Verona, to the effect that he has made peace only because he w...
A QUEER PATRON OF ART. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 10 September 1859
A QLTBER PA' TIQNOF ART. (Fromn the Age.) Some months ago a, etired publican of Miel bourne found his fortune large enough ito-place, Within his reach all the enjoyment and luxury the country could :!upply, and like a ise'madn he determined' to:gratify himself as became-a inan of his-means. Having purchased a likely piece of land a little distance from the 'city, he built:thereon a family residence, sparIng no ex pense to render it commodious and to siiupply all the 'necessary appurtenances and adornments. He made it what the auctioneers would call an elegant and complete suburban mansion. But: something further was wanted to complete the appointments of the place, that was-a picture of:the whole. . To commemorate the satisfaction with which he regarded his possessions, and that his descendants to'all generations might: partici pate in the delectations of their illustrous an cestor, he calledart to. his :assistance, and pro posed; to immortalise :himself and his house -on enduring c...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 10 September 1859
THE arrival of the Emeu, with European news, has been earnestly looked for by many, and now that she is come, bringing intelligence up to the 19th July, many will be greatly disappointed in their anticipations, though in some respects gratified. The news, of peace, after an alarming profusion of blood,, with all the consequent misery and sorrow which attend a .wholesale sacrifice of human life, is in itself, under any circumstances, most desirable, even though it take us by surprise. A Treaty of Peace, after the battle of Solferino, where it is supposed about 40,000 men fell in the struggle, are words which convey general glad ness; they are as good news from a far country. Still this unexpected conclusion of the war leads us to inquire whether the basis on which it is settled is sufficiently firm. A treaty of peace which is not likely to give satisfaction to some of the great Powers of Europe may, in the present state of things, be regarded as but temporary, and if so, as but the l...
ARRIVAL OF THE "EMEU" AT ADELAIDE, NEWS TO THE 10TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 10 September 1859
ARRIVAL OFr THE : "EM E U' AT ADELAIDE, NEWS .TO TiE 10TIH JULY. [BY ELEOTRIC ,TELEGRAPH.] (Abridged from th;i S. t. hlerald's Adelaide Corres p :, .iondent.) The Corio steamer arrived from Nepean Bay this morning. The Reform Bill is put off till next session, and with the exception of the Budgets, English and Indian, we cannot reasonably look for much work in the present session. One of the most remarkable incidents of the session, as far as it has gone, is the large majorily by which the second reading of the Bill for the Abolition of Church Rates was carried, being no less than 70 in a House of 456. Lords Palmer ston and J.. Russell both supported the measure, paid high tributes to the voluntary principle, and declared their belief that the Church would be strengthened rather than weakened by the abolition of the rates. The New Ministers are going through their arduous labors witl vigour and efficiency. The English and Indian budgets may both, or, at all events, one of them, be e...
THE REV. HENRY WARD BEECHER ON ORGAN PLAYING. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 10 September 1859
* THE IEP >ENAY' IIRDA BECOHER. ON" . OR GANPLAYING." The organ, long expected, has arrived, been unuacked, set up, and gloried over.: The great players of the region found about, or of distant celebrity, have had the grand Organ Exhibition: and this.magnificent instrument has' been put. through all its paces, ini a manner 'which has surprised every one, and, if it had had a con scious existence, must have surprised`,the'organ itself most of all It has piped,'fluted, trumpeted, brayed, thundered;'it has played bo'lo'ud that overy ear..was deafened, and so soft that nobody cogld hear. The' pedals played for thunder, the flutes'languished and coquetted, and the swell died away 'in delicious suffocation, like one sing ing a sweet song under the bed-clothes:'. Now it leads'down a :stiie'nddus waltz' with full'.bass, sounding very,much.as if, in summer, a thunder storm should play above our'heads ". Come, haste to the wedding,"` or "'Money- Musk." Then come marches, galop.,.and hbrnpi...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 10 September 1859
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. September 3.--Tasmania, (s.), 400 tons, oaptain Clinch, from Ilobhrt Town, 31st ultimo. September 4.-Klaowitter, German ship, 522 tons, Captain Nohlszen, from London, 26th April. September 6--Madura, Dutch barque, 500 tons, Cap tain Schazan Van Leaurren, from Amsterdam, 2nd May. .Septenmer 6.--Emily Allison, schooner, 99 tons, Cap tnin Langley, fiom Wanganui, New Zealand, 17th Aug. S DEPARTURES. September 3.- Wonga Wonqa, (s.), for Melbourne. 'September 6.--Nnorma, for Hokianga, N. Z. September 6. .- Gigsy, for Twofold Bay. ',September 6.-Al arm, for Hobart Town. Soeptember 6.-Oberon, f-r South Sea Islands. :'.September 6.--Sordfish, for Melbourne. September 6.-John Ormerod, for Adelaide. September 6.- Graaf Van lHeiden Rcinster, for lIa tavia, via Newcastle. September 6.-Malta, for Guam.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 10 September 1859
Newspaper Establisnment AND: 1ACIIINE -GENERAL PRINTING' OFFICE, ShOALHAVEN , STREET, KIAMA. .tHE'Proprietor. takes this: opportunityv of informing 1'. the inlaobitants of Kiama: and the surrounding dies trict, that he continues to execute Printing of everykind and description-at the. lowest possible prices, and on the shortest notice. :' Having at considerablo expense imported some of the most beautiful machinery ever introduced into the print ing busoiless in New South W~iles, which for speed and execution of work, stands unrivalled hewivold' confideitly expect. from the district a fair share of: patronage and support. . :Book Work Cards of Address Circulars, in selRi , Receipt Books `'Pjstoers ' Promisory Notes Hand Bills .Bill Healings,. &., -Executed on the shortest. notice. - The followingi orms may-be obtained at this oflice: Zease Forms , , Baik Books Apprentice's Indlentures Money Order Books . Forms of Agreemenit &c., &c., &c. His type, '.hi...
STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 10 September 1859
STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR. Garland and Bingham have still to report a con tinued dullniess in the Southern Markets for Store Stock. They have made a few sales at fair prices, but are aware that the market is over stocked, and if rain does not fall shortly prices must give way considerably. In the northern districts the settlers are not disposed to submit to any reduction,, and prices may be quoted the same as last week. In Srore Sheep little. is doing. The restoration of peace in Europe will give owners more confi dence in the value of the. wool, and consequently they now deoire to shear before selling. The com meticemeut of the .lambing also interferes with sales. For Sheep, after shearing, an advance on former rates is demanded. Good Fattening Stations are eaquired for. We have sold a fair Run in the northern district, with Cattle, for £3 3s. 116, York-street, Sydney. September 8th, 1859.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SOLOMON HYAM'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 10 September 1859
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.. SOLOMON HYAM'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Potatoes, C4 to £4 O1s tier ton Wheat, 10s Od to 10s 6d per bushel Barley as to 3s Gd do. Corn, 3s Od to as 3d do. Butter, 2s to 2s 3d per lb. Clieese, Sd to 9d do. Bacon. 7d to 8d do.. .olos,.& Sd to 3s 9d per pair ' . Eg es, 'Iod to Is Od per dozen, 1ihes,: 2s,.14s; and 18s each 'igs, per lb. 5d to 6d. Calves, 15I to £2 Mlarket Wharf, Sydney,'Sep. 8, 1859.
POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 10 September 1859
POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH. Before D. L. Waugh, J. M. Gray, R. J. Perrott, R. B. Fry, J. Robb, T. S. Kendall, and M. Hind marsh, Esqrs. The Fermanagh Hotel, Kiama, changed hands from J. Barton to A. Prior, and Thomas Cosgrove received a license for the Steam Packet Hotel, Shell Harbor, lately kept by D. Moon. DRUNKARDs.-Robert Aitken and Henry Bishop were each fined 10s. and costs.
THE NOMINATIONS FOR THE KIAMA MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 10 September 1859
TIE Noa?sNATrIONS FOR TILE KIAMA MUNICI PALrTY.-According to notice in our advertising columns of last Saturday, a public meeting of the electors of the Municipality of Kiama was hold on Tuesday, 6th instant, for the purpose of nominating nine Councillors or Aldermen and two Auditors. The very numerous attendance on the occasion was sufficient evidence that a general interest was taken in the right organization of our Municipality, as also appeared from the number of candidates who were proposed for the offices-eighteen in all. Those nominated for Kiama Ward were Messrs. James Colley, John Sharp, Joseph Pike, James Emery, R. Hall, and George Grey. For Gerring gong-Robert Miller, Henry Grey, Joseph Blow, James Robertson, George Fuller, and James Robinson. For Jamberoo-John Colley, 'D. L. Waugh, John Cullen, John Henrahan, John Hukins, and Thomas Tempest. We have no doubt concerning an efficient Corporation being formed out of this very eligible staff of candidates, yet, as we noticed...