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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 10 September 1859
Steamer Meeting.. A? PUBLIC MEETING of the Inhabitants who' A are favourable to the support of the Rapid steamer will be held at the Formanagh. Hotel, Kiama, on THURSDAY, the 15th instant, at 2 o'clock. YFor Sale or To Let, P ROSPECT FARM, near Kiama, containing 52 a'cres, hearly all cleared. Apply to Messrs. IRVING and'FOWLER. I tONEYORDER BOOKS can always be obtained, at l the office'of this paper. * GREEMENTS: between Masters and Servants on i.: SALE at this office. To John Colley Esq. lIR,- We the electorsfor the Jiinmbroo lard, invite s. you to place yourself in nominition as Alderman for "this.. Municipality; We have the utmost donfidenie m: youeas a gentleman in every respect fitted for'the bflice -both with regard to your general knowledge of the re quirements of this, Important locality, and your superior abllity to grapplowith all the difficulties which may, in futire, come before yon in this honorable position in whioh we wish to see you placed. (Here follow seventy two s...
ORIGINAL POETRY. ELEGY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 17 September 1859
U " ORIGINALl POETRY. -.ELEGY. o,.) When Naturo's God mySbting first had given, I roIi~ed witlih ample pleasure to and firo; l tyyouthfil, leprt;blsorrolsB.slhafte unrivelin, U:nl~otteied.by the bands of mortal woo.: Till " ~?,i tr? m~?anliood, g' ing on the scono VlWhiol life presented to my wondering eyes, In ,??iesinig o'er' a faireolysian green, I sawv.' flower which bloomed in Paradise. Thoe peiacock's gorgeous plumago sailed to glow, Nor darcd compare with this most beauteous flow'r; Whiloe Onthia's modest, unaf'ectcd show M- ade It appear like sunshine in a show'r.' ' To me, Ravinn, this sweet rose does prove. -That superhrinan cantor of my heart ; That passing paragon 1 still must loyo, Bound by i- spell from which I can't depai'. Her lovely fotbrm is decked with every grace Which nature could bestow or ait produce; And beauty, in her fair angelic face, Outvies the lustre of the morning hlies. SThe beauty of her bright cerelean eyes, Like fields of ether in the vast expanse,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 17 September 1859
To the Residents of Kiama, Gerringong,I and Jamberoo. THE inhabitants of the above places are respectfully I' informed that the fast steamer, "RAPID," WATSON, MASTER, will run direot from Sydney to Kiama every Monday and Wednesday night, at 9 p.m., leaving the Bethel Wharf, foot of Erskine-streot. Returning from Kiama on Tues day and Thursday mornings at 10 o'clock, reaching Sydney the same night. And the Owner of this steamer pledges himself to continue her in this trade, and to adhere to' the follow ing scale of charges: Grain d...... per bushel. Butter per keg, under 60 lbs. 29. . Over 60 Ibs. weight 2s. 6d. Pigs and calves ... .. 3s. each. . Passenger fares .. ... 0Os. 'Gd. each. SReturn freight as per agreement.: Goods received and stored by Mr. Sheffield at his resi dence, next Mr. Budd's Iroh Store. Agent for Shell Harbor, Mr. Robert Wilson, at the, Mill. SPEER and 1MEIKLEJOHN, Agents. Bethel Wharf, foot of Erskine-street, Sydney. STEAMER MEETING. A PUBLIC MEETING of the Frie...
SPECIAL COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS, NOWRA.—September 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 17 September 1859
SPECIAL COURT OF PETTY SESSIONBs, NownA. September 13. Before James Thompson, Andrew Aldcorn, Andrea de Mestro, and James Aldcorn, Esqrs, -BRowN v. McCanRTIY.-The case for felony, postponed from last Court-day in consequence of the absence of the witness Aldous (who was now apprehended under a warrant), came on to-day, and .occupied the Bench seven hours. The evidence of Aldous was of a most contradictory character, and the case was ultimately dismissed. Mr. Richards, solicitor, ably conducted the defence. GEonGE LoaonoTToTr was brought before the Beqch, charged with being drunk and disorderly. He pleaded guilty. The Bench considering his being in the lock-up thirty hours was sufficient punishment, he was discharged. Mr. GEORGE UNDERWOOD ALLEY applied to the Court for a promissory note, on which judgment had been given .at the Court of Requests, at the suit of .Mr. Michael Hyam. The majority of the Court decided that the document was a record of the Court, and the application was re...
COLONIAL PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 17 September 1859
COLONIAL PARLIAMENT. On Friday, the 9th instant, the debate on Mr. Cow. per's motion for the rescission of the vote on Mr. Parkes's measure was warm and protracted. The debate was opened by Mr. Flood, who in a long and labored speech endeavored to prove, that in the present question, as in the previous one, a direct negative would be the proper course. Mr. Murray had regarded the late resignation as a judicious mancuvro. He had himself endeavoured to form a Ministry, not being willing so patch it up by seelking newly arrived immigrants to fill the highest offices of the Crown. Mr. Black wisely desired to economise the time of the House. He admitted that tea and sugar were necessa ries of life, and was prepared to repeal the duties upon them, but only at a proper time and in a proper way. Mr. Forster did not believe that the original motion was introduced by Mr. Parkes to embarrass the Ministry, therefore should not be influenced by the new gospol Dr. Lang. He thought motives ought n...
ENGLISH AND FOREIGN NEWS. Saturday, July 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 17 September 1859
ENGLISH AIND FOREIGN NEWS. (From the Sydney M. Herald's London Correspondent.) Saturday, July 9th. Since the battle of Solferino, all Europe has been expecting to hear of a still greater battle, "and more gigantic efforts of the warfare, than any yet undertaken against Austria. Prepara tions to attack Verona, Mantua, and Venice, and an o entirely new phase was looked for. It has come certainly, but of a widely different kind to what was expected. Instead.of some more fearful manifestations of warfare, has como the news of the sudden suspension of hostilities. Details are meagre enough at present; but this much is known, that the first overtures were made by the Emperor Louis Napoleon, and at once responded to by Francis Joseph. The affair was conducted with the utmost secrecy. The two Emperors are to meet alone on Mon day-alone. The excitement and animation produced in Paris and London, &c., by this sudden, and pt present, unexplained, turn in affairs is consider able. The p...
SOLOMON HYAM'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 17 September 1859
SOLOlMON IIYAMS PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Potatoes, £2 10s to £3 per ton Wheat, 10s 6d to Ies Od per bushel Barley. s26d to 3s do. - Corn, 2s 10d to 3s Od do. . Butter, 2s to -s.3d per lb. Cheese, 7d to 9d do. Bacon, 7d to'8d'do. "0owls, 3s 6d to 4s Od per pair Eggs, 9d to 10d per dozeni Hides, 10s,' 12s, and 15s each. Pigi, :fat, in demand. Calves, ditto; ditto; S tMarket Wharf, Sydney, Sep. 15, 1859.
CALENDAR OF CULTURE.—SELTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 17 September 1859
CALENDAR 'OF CULT£UR.-SSLTEBsBER. ; KITConisGARsDEo.-Plant out salads and the fragrant seasoniing plantsi may have cuttings set in; also, horse radisth, Jerusalem artichokes, asparagus, cabbage, caulis flower, and sweet potato. Sow every kind of spring vegetable. Feunrrs.-Prune, graft, plant, dress, and clean. Keep an eye to .vermin. Plat: vine cuttings, raspberry, gooseherry, and currant. FLwERSs.--Pleat carnations, ranunculuses, &e. Perennials and ever greens may be: removed. Tender, flowers must be guarded from the cold. FIeLD.-Sow grasses, Swedish turnip, imizie tobacco. Regulate the- time of these operations by the weather.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 17 September 1859
PRINTING AT TIIE S"KIAMA EXAMINER " PRESS. INVOICES, Bill Heads, Circulars, Pass Books, Receipt I Books, Cheque Books, Tickets, Commercial Cards, Visiting Cards, and Cards of Admission, Pc sters,Hand Bills, Pamphlets, Abstracts andForms of every kind, printed in thie best style, on. the shortest notice, and fowarded according to instructions, with thie utmost despatch, to any part of Illawarra or elsewhere. *Auctioneers and others, requiring special accommoda tion, may rely on the proprietor's afbrdingoverypossiblo facility to accomplish their wishes. "Kiama Examiner" Agencies. T HE Gentlemen, our Agents, as announced below, are 1 prepared to receive subscriptions and instructions for advertisements, which they will forward without delay, and whose signature, upon a printed receipt, bearing the office stamp, will be a full discharge for all monies paid on account of the Ifiama Examiner for ousiness transacted by them. Agents: SYDNEroc ......... ...Mr. Edward Grevilleo, ,o. 10, Brid-...
SHOALHAVEN. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] COURT OF REQUESTS, NOWRA.—September 7. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 17 September 1859
SHOALHAVEN. [FROMa. OUR CORRESPONDENT.'l '" CounT oFi.REQUESTs, NoWnA. nSeptember 7. Before a full Bench;??x: " TYDnANi v. HOLMEs.--IFor £3:7s. 3d., :board, lodging; &c:. No defence filed or appearance by defendant. Verdict for plaintiff and costs.- . FLEMING. v. MOTAGGAnT.-£5 Ss., for. injury to dorn threshing machine. Case postponed till next. Court day, in consequence of. defendant not being. able to attend, owing to a very bad cut in his leg. 'LYARD V. MOBETH.--1 S1., for" run` of cattle. Verdict for plaintiff and costs. STioMAs v. RlTw.-£5 9s. Gd., Iboard,,lodging, &c., for John Stapleton during the time ddfendant's racehorse was standing at plaintiff's stables'last: races. Verdict for plaintiff, £3 13s. Gd. 'and costs.' RINGLAND v. READINn.-£5 16s., aniount ofprd missory note. Verdict for plaintiff and costs.' HYAn v. ELYARD.-£4. 15s. 4d,: amount of pro; missory note. No appearance by defendant. "Veor dict for plaintiff and. costs. - - s : .f - HYAM v. G. U. Ai...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 17 September 1859
MISCELLANEOUS, -4-- STHE END OF A REMARKABLE RIFLEMAN. " August 20th.-One of the houses from which we suffered most was.that opposite the Cawn pore battery. We had already, in July last, made a sorties upon this house, known. as ' Johauncs,' which I omitted to notice. ! It was the private property of a merchant iof that name; and had been stored with goods of all sorts. :One of'the late king's African eunuchs, a first-rate rifleman, had picked off doaens of our men during the first days of the sieee. Our men had christened him ' Bob the Nailer,' because he nailed every man he fired at with his double-barrelled rifle. The sorties, headed by Lieutenant M'Cabe, of the 22nd regiment, had been perfectly successful. An ,ntry had been effected by blrstin3. open a little doorway. A number of' the enemy had. been found asleep, and were bayonetted in grand style. Bob him self-found seated at his elevated post, where he was engaged in returning the fire kept up by the officers on the terrace o...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 17 September 1859
DIARY. Days of the Wok.: lI Snrise Sunset Moo month Age_ SATURDAY .............. Sep 17 6 0 5 48 2 SUNDAY .......... " 18 50 5 49 21 MONDAY ..;.:... . " 19 567 .5 49 S TUESDAY ....... ..... 20. 550. .550 23. WEDNESDAY........ " 21 55 56 51 . 24 THURSDAY........ 2" 22 5 3 6 51 25 PnRIDAY... ............. " 86 56 5 52 26 - TO OUR AGENTS. Agents are requested to send in their statements of their accounts previous to the expiration of the quorter. THE KIAMA EXAMINER. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. SBATUTEDA.Y, SEPTEMBER 17, 1859.
BONAPARTE'S CAMPAIGNS IN ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 17 September 1859
BONAPARTE'S OAMJPAIGNS IN ITALY. The :.following, ?short summary of the cam paigns of Bonaparte in Italy will be interesting at the present time, and will illustrate the strength of ;the-positions held by the Austriaris. Theiocomnmand.of the army of Italy was as sixmed _by Napoleon about the- end of March, 1796; _It consisted of 42,000 men and sixty guns-the troops being in the most destitute condition. Beaulieu and Colli, the Austrian and Sar dinian Generals, had under them 50,000 men and 2.00 guns; and. 24,000 Sardinians, who were: then allied, with the Austrians, guarded the.avenues of Inez against Kellerman's army of. nearly 'equil. strength; the French mostly occupying, the crests and their opponents the valleys: leading to the Italian plains. Per - trating by the Ca01 de Cadibon, he succeeded in sepirating the .Austrians from the Piedmontese, and inibeating the former at Montonotte. The exact reverse of this operation was performed bytlhe Austrians in 1800, who succeeded then ...
LAND SALE ON THE CLARENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 17 September 1859
LAND SALE ON THE CLARENOE.-AugUst 31. After something like three years' expectation, the township of Lawrence has been thrown open to public competition, and the first salos of land at that place occurred on the 20th and 30th instants. This place, which is on the Clarence River, at the Sportsman's Creek, eighteon miles below Grafton, is likely to progress rapidly, as already a consider - able trade has sprung up with the Richmond an d. the interior from that place; the site is well adapted for building purposes, as a spur of the range dividing the Clarence and Richmond comes into the river at that place, and abundance of.good stoies exists upon the spot for building purposes, while, by btiilding a stone dam across the mouth of Spertsman's Creek, an' unlimited supply of fresh water will be easily secured, advantages which our surveyors are too apt to overlook generally in se. lecting sites for towns in this colony. There is, however, very little land in the neighborhood fit for agric...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 17 September 1859
Si :Newspaper Establishment S' ' AND MACGINE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, SHOALHAVEN STREET, KIrAA. 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 over introduced into the print ing business in Noew South Wales, which for speed and execution of work, stands unrivalled, he would confidently expec, from the district a fair share of patronage and support. Book Work .. Cards of Address Circulars, in script type Receipt Books Circulars, in rondo do.' Order Books Posters " Promisory Not?e Hand Bills | Bill Headings, &c., Executed on the shortest notice. The following Forms may be obtained at this office: Lease Forms . Bank Books Apprentice's Indentures Money Order Books Forms ofAgreement &c., &o., &...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GRAHAM AND MULHOLLAND'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 17 September 1859
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GRAHAM AND IU?LHOLLAND'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Wheat, 10s 6d td ls per bushel Maize; 3s Od do. Barley (Malticg), 3s'to 3s Gd.do. Ditto, Gape, 2s Od to 2s 6d do. Bran, .Flour, (14) '£28 to £30 per ton Ditto, (2nd) £26 to £28 do. Potatoes, £3 Os to £5 10s'do: -' - O. ioins, 10sto 15s per cwt. - Butter, is 9d to 2s 3d per lb.i. Honey, Bacon, Td.to Od'do. Cheese, 7d to 8d do. Eggs, Is per' dozen Fowls, 3s 9d to 4s Gd per couple Ducks, 4s' d to 5s 9d do: Turkeys, 10s to 14s do. Calves,; 15s to £2 eaich Pigs, 5d to 6d.per lb. Hides, each, 10s to 15e GRAHAM AND MULHOLLAND, Comniission Agents, Commercial WVharf, King-st., Sydney. Se : ll.1d, 1859.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 17 September 1859
' SIIIPPING INTELLIGENC E. -~~ • PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. - September' 0 -Union, schooner, 130 tons, Captain ZLilttiecot-o,ifrom Melbourne 4th instant. September 9- 11arp, .schooner, 72 tns,' Captain -'Downs,from Idlbourne 3rd instant. September I o.--Esperanza, brig,. 154 tons, Onptain - M'Kay, Afrdm Melbournesolt instant. September 10.--liunter;.(s:) 264 tons, Captain Sulli 'van,?t'om Cryde'River 9th'instant! September 10.- Creole, schooner, 144 tons, Capt. Carta fidOtn Hobart Town 2nd instant. September?lO,-:alargaret schoonier i29 tons, Cape. Smith, from Queensland - - September l10.- vonga Wonqwa, (s.) 700 tons, Capt. Walker; from Melbourne 8th instant. SSetenmber 11.-Don J'uan, schooner, 120.tons, Capt. COrphy, from Queeneland,-5th instant.!" '. September I l.-Lord Worsley, (s.) 700 tons, Captain Johnson, from Nelson 5th instant Se'itemblr 13.-i-Maiia, bri', 150 tons, Captain An derson, from Adelaide 1st instant.'': Septemeir 14.--Parsee?1 '051 tons, Captain Norris, from Sout...
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS.—Same day. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 17 September 1859
CounT or PETTY SEssIONs.-Same day. Before the same Bench" of Magistrates ELYARn v. McBETH.-Three cases under the Impounding Act, for excess of charges for trespass of horses. The first case decided the other two, the Court allowing MoBeth is. per head for the trespass and 6d. per head driving, the scale for open lands; as too plaintiff produced evidence to prove the fences were bad. Costs divided. PATTERSON v. FREER.-For trespassing through enclosed lands and forcing a roadway. The case was fully proved. Defendant fined 2s. 6d. for the trespass and 3s. 6d. costs. Bnows v. McCAnTUY.--For feloniously stealing and taking from the person of Isaiah Aldous three £1 notes and some silver. Aldous refusing to give McCarthy into custody, the plaintiff laid the in formation, at the same time giving Aldous due notice he would have him in evidence. The case had to be postponed, in consequence of Aldous being out of the way, to defeat the ends of justice. A warrant was issued for the apprehension...
KIAMA MUNICIPALITY.—PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 17 September 1859
KIAMA MUNICIPAL1TY.-PUBLIC MEETING. -: On Monday .last, 12th instant, at noon, a con siderable number-of electors mot in the large room_ of the Steam Packet Inn, for the purpose of giving expression of opinion upon certain matters relating 'to the Municipality and the election of Aldermen. The meeting was announced to be held in the Market Square, but in consequeince of the threat ening state of the weather, it was necessary to seek shelter in the most commodious public room that the town can boast, which, with all the approaches to it, was immediately thronged wvith prospective rate payers. Mr. JOHN MILLERt was Called to the chair, and having road the advertisement, convening the meeting, called on Mr. Poulton.to. introduce tihe first resolution. Mr. PoULToN, having read the resolution to the meeting, spoke upon the several points suggested, particularly upon the necessity which ihxisted for .the "establishment of a Corporation.,which should repose not, only the civic, but . also t...
STEAMER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 17 September 1859
STEAMER MEETING. According to advertisement, a meeting of"the shippers favorable td the support of the apid steamer, trading between Kiama and Sydney, 'was held on Thursday last, at Mr. Prior's, Fermanagh Hotel. The rooms were crowged with the inde pendent shippers of produce of the district, and a full determination prevailed amongst them to pa tronize some other steamer besides those of the I.S.N. Company, let the name be Snail or Rapid, or what they pleased to be called. Many parties stated the severe grievances with which they had met from time to time at the hands of the officers of the Company, and rejoiced that the day had at last arrived when they would be afforded redress. iMi: .JE?Cn was called to the chair. Hearead the advertisement calling the meeting, aud stated that, so far as he was concerned, he kne ?iot the object or purport of the meeting exacuiy; but he would hear any'gentleman who wished to address the meeting. Captain CHARLES stated that the meeting was called w...