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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 15 January 1859
Holloway's Pills. THIE EXCITING CAUSE OF SICKNESS. THE blood is the life-sustaining agent. It fornishesthe I. components of flesh, bone, muscle, nerve, and integu ment. The stomach is its manufactory, the veins its dis tributors, and the intestines the channel through which the waste matter, rejected in its production, is exp3lled. Upon the stomach, the circulation, and th'e bowals, these pills act simultaneously, relieving indiges tion, purifying the fluids, and regulating the execra tions. A WONDERFUL CURE OF A. DISEASED LIVER I With Indigestion and Loss of Appetite. [Copy of a letter from Mr. Thomas Barber, chemist, Eye, Suffolk.] "March 5,1853. "To Professor Holloway, "Dear Sir,-I am enahled to furnish you with thepar ticulars of a very extraordinary cure of a liver complaint, which had baffled the skill of the most eminent medical practitioners in this country. Mr A fred Faiske, residing at Syleham, a few miles.from this town, has been a severe sufferer for )eore than four year...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 15 January 1859
Viewing State aid to the clergy of the several denominations not in the light of a recognition of the truth of any religion, nor of supporting and assisting error at the expense of truth, as some stiff-necked religionists assert, but simply as a question of police, of high religious and *moral tone, teaching by precept and example, the young to avoid crime and all the inducements to evil; arnd the old to abandon those dangerous and slippery paths which lead to the destruction of soul and body, we look upon the payment of the clergy by the State as a part of the machinery of Government which ought not to be cast aside too hastily, nor at all, merely to please the wishes of those who favor the voluntary system-it is yielding a principle of State policy, sound in principle, wise in its application, and necessary to the good and effective governing of the country, merely in obedience or subserviency to the one sided arguments and sectarian prejudices of those who deem it but right to th...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 15 January 1859
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. S£S.D. £ s.nD. Wheat, perbushel ... ... 0 6 6 to 0 6 9 Maize, ditto ... ... 0.4 9 _0 5 0. Potatoes, percwt. ... ... O 3 0 0 3 6 Onions, ditto ... ... .. 0 5 0 0 7 0 Flour, ditto... ... ... ... 1 0 0 ,0 .0 0 Butter, perlb .. . 0 0 9 0 1 0 Bacon, ditto .. 0.. 0 . 7 0 0 7 0 0 10 Eggs, per doz. .. ... 3 0 1. 6 Pigs, each ... 016' 0 1 10 0 Calves, ditto ' ....... 0 10 0 1 0 0 Bark, per ton ... ... ... not saleable. WV. HAZLET, Commission Agent, Sussex-street. Sydney, Jan. 13th., 1859.
KIAMA LABOR OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 15 January 1859
KIAMA LABOR OFFICE. .. £ a. Farm laborers (In demand) .. 80 0 to 85 0 Female servants .- b. 10 0 20n 0 Useful lads . 15 0 20 0 Married couples . .45 50 0 Gardon larborers ... "" . ' .5 0 40 0 Stockmen ... . . 85 0 40 0 Blullock drivers .. . .' 40 0 50 0 Horse drivers ..... 80 0 40. 0 ilough en. .. ... ." . *" . :.... '80' 0 35 0 A. SHEFFIELD, Labor Agent, Mamnnig.streeQ Klama.
WHOLESALE PRICES' CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 15 January 1859
WHOLESEAdL PflIO-J' O-Ut.RENP £ . .d. whialptotoushol . ..... ... 0a 0ito 0 7- 0 7daliododo . .. O 504 ·Barloy do do·ODO aruy to do .. .. .. * .""" "" 0 1 30 0 4 3 • Butter per.lb' ... .. .. . .. 0 1 Cheaedod . . .. .. . ... 0 8 ,"0 0 0 Bacon poe'lb . ... 0 8 0 O0 Hides each.. . .... 0 8 0 . 0 0 r, Fow?owerpair ..... ..0...... ... ... 004 6 5 .5 sper« dozeno.; ' ...- ..;' .- .. . 0 , 0 1 l,,Fottoe'porowt.., *.... ,.. .-... -. O IS' 4 0 P? f s . .. .. . " . lo" . • l d e m a n d 'ca Ocs" ,. Y. , .. .. .. .':"a; d" '.. a"n"1" .ditto - So0L1ro0 IHYAMf,' ?arhlet Wharf*'Sydney,' uan, 13,1859.
GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 15 January 1859
GERRINGONG. The adjourned public meeting to decide whether it would be desirable to be united with Kiama in one Municipality, was holdenwobnWednesday last. Mr. George Grey in the chair, to which Mr. David Berry of Shoalhaven was first moved, but modestly declined to accept. The chairman read letters from the Herald of January 8th clearly shewing the mis erable absurdities of the several objections to country Municipalities, which shall be given in a future number. Some little time wasted by the chief ac tors for and against the question, each hoping the other would commence; at length Mr. Grey J. P. in a rambling speech full of nothing but erroneous assumptious of the cost of gas lights, sewerage, water rates, and God knows what besides which the coun- try would have to pay for the town of Kiama, he moved. " That it is not expedient nor desirable that Jerringong should be joined with Kiama in a Municipality." Mr. Hindmarsh seconded the re- solution he as decidedly objected to any su...
KIAMA CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 15 January 1859
• :KIAMA CHURCH OF ENGLAND.-The Lord Bishop of Sydney diocese assisted by the reverends Messrs. *:Ewen, Ashwin, and Smith consecrated the above building on Thursday last, the ceremony and ser- vice for the occasion were very impressive, and the sermon preached by his Lordship from the text 20th chap. book of Exodus 43 verse, "And there will I meet with the children of Israel, and the tabernacle shall be sanctified." was expounded with that sim ple persuasive eloquence so peculiar to the mild yet forcible elegance of his style; all understood and felt the force of his explanation of the text, and if the appeal to relieve the Church from the £500 of debt which the Government should have paid long since, and it is to be hoped will before long, a strong '.remonstrance should be made of the subject. There --were upwards of three hundred persons present; and the whole reflects the highest credit upon the subscribers, more especially upon the Church war dens and building committee, for hav...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 15 January 1859
Illustrated London News. OOTOBER PART. Colored Engravings. Post Price, 4s. 6d. S?UBSCRIPTIONS received for twelve months, £2 7e. Postage paid to any part of the country. W. R. P[DDINGTON, Importer, 332 George-street, Sydney. Wanted. A GENERAL FEMALE SERVANT. Apply to 3. BARTON, Primrose Hill, Kiama. Samuel Priestly and Son, GENERAL' COMMISSION AGENTS For the Sale of COLONIAL PRODUCE - of ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Stores opposite the Hunter River New Steam Navigation Company's, Union Wharf, Sussex street, Sydney. Sale, A WELL-BRED Four-year old Bull. Also, two fat Cows. Apply to Mr. R. MORRIS, Spring Hill. To Rent at 3s. per Day, A CLEANING MACHINE. Apply to Mr. MICHAEL CLARKE, Summer Hill, Near Mr. J. Hukins' public house. FOUND-A Guttapercha Coat. The owner can have the same by paying the advertisement. W?. A. HiNES, District Constable. Shoalhaven Turf Club Races. T HE above Races will come off on the 15th, 16th, and 17th of March next. HENRY MOSS, Hon. Sea. 10th December, 1858. Shoalhaven...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 15 January 1859
Newspaper Establishment MA CHINE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, SHOALDAVEN STREET, KIAMA. THE Proprietor takes this opportunity of informinse the inhabitants of Kiama and the surrounding dis trieot, 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 ' ig 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 and support. Book Work Cards of Address Cirulars, in script typeo Receipt Books Circulars, in rol s do. Order Books R,. ,-s ? . - .' - " 'Promisory Note" "- w .... Hand Bills '' "' ill Headings, &c., Executed on the slhoirtest notice. The following Forms may be obtained at this office :-r Lease Forms Bank Books Apprentice's Indentures Money Order Books Formns of Agreement &c., &am...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 22 January 1859
TO Livery-stablekeepers, Omnibus, Coah, and Cab I Proprietors.-Did you over try ROW'S EMBROOA TION, or Farmer's Friend, in cases of accident with your horses ? If not, try a bottle, and you will be convinced of its value in your stable. [Letter received from Mr. Andrew, Gribben, farrier, Sydney, NewSouth Wales.] " Sydney, loth July, 1858. *" Sir,-Understanding you are about to publish more prominently your Embrocation,. or Farmers' Friend, and thinking that my testimonial in its favor may be the means of extending the sale of it among my numerous acquaintances, I beg to say that I have used it very ex tensively for the last two years, and during that time have had such undoubted proof of its efficiency as an ex ternal application, as to warrant me in recommending it most strongly to every one requiring such a preparation. " I am, Sir, yours most respectfully, "ANDREW GRIBBEN. " Mr. Row, druggist, Sydney." To.be had wholesale of JOHN and EDWARD ROW, .54 King-street, and Bank-court, S...
THE TONGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 22 January 1859
THE TONGUE.--A. white fur on the tongue attends simple fever inflammation. Yellowness of the tongue attends a derangement of the liver, and is common to bilious and typhus fevers. A tongue vividly red on the tip and edge, or down the centre, or over the whole surface, attends inflamation of the mucous mem brane of the stomach or bowels. A white velvet tongue attends mental diseases. A tongue rei at the lips, becoming brown, dry, and glazed, attends typhus stato.-Scientific American. Why is a fashionable lady like a rigid econo mist? Because she makes a great bustle about little waist. "My boy, whlat does your mother do for living ?" was asked of a little urchin. " St eats cold vittles, Sir." A Western editor having published a long leader on Hogs, a rival paper, in the same vil lage, upbraids him for obtruding his family mat ters upon the public ! A HIGH-SoULED BEGGAi.-The other day, a Yankee gave a beggar woman a couple of cents. " Two cents l" exclaimed she; " take them back, Sir;...
THE SHOALHAVEN INCUBUS LIBEL CASE. WATER POLICE COURT—SYDNEY. BERRY V LANG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 22 January 1859
THE _SHOALHAVEN INCUBUS LIBEL C'4SE. WATER .POLICE COURT-SYDNEY. BERRY V LANG. SJohn-Dunmore Lang, doctor: of divinity, ap-r peared in answer- to-a summons upon the infor ,mation' and complaint of the honorable Alex a: nader Berry, Esq., M.L.C., of the North Shore, which set forth that he (Alexander Berry)"be-' lieved that defendant wrote and,.caused to be published in a newspaper called the Illawarra Mercury, of the 23rd December last, a certain letter.. headed "The . Shoalhaven Incubus," signed '"John Dunmore Lang," in which amongst other things, was contained a false, scandalous, * malicious, and defamatory libel of and concerning the said Alexander Berry. Mr. Barker (of the firm of Norton, Son and - Barker) appeared for the plaintiff; Dr. Lang conducted his own defence. : Plaintiff's attorney, in addressing the Bench, remarked that the words "false, scandalous, and defamatory libel" had not been used in the in formation as mere set phrases, but becaiuse he believed that they wer...
SYDNEY LABOR MARKET. COUNTRY WAGES (PER ANNUM), WITH RATIONS. [Flour, 8 lbs ; to 10 lbs; meat, 10lbs.; to 14 lbs.; sugar, 2 lbs; tea, ¼ lb., weekly.] [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 22 January 1859
* -SYDNIY IABOl MtARKOIDT. ' . CodNTRY"r WAGEs (PER ANNUSM), wir RATIONS. [Flour, 0 Ibs. tolO lbs; meat, 10 lbs. to 14lbs.; sugar, 0 lbs tea, lb, wekly;.] :. - Yarm laborers.. . ... .. 30 0 to 35 P Do. married couples .. . . 45' 0 50 1 Storemen ... ::...... ,-.. :; .:,.' .... 4 0 0 50 1 "Hutkepers .. 20 0 5 - garden laborers ... 05 0 40 ' Stockmen . .. . . . 35 0 40 ,,; Bullock drivers . 40 0 50 . t Htore drivers. .0 . . 0 40 4 Ploughmen . 30 0 35 d Surveyor's men . . 30 0 35 -J S.. hepherds - i ..: .; 30. 0,33 J Do., with 3 to 4 flocks .. ... . 50 0 70 1 Blacksmiths .. ... .. .. . ".; 68 0 80 .1 Carpenters .. .. ..4 .. .. ...? 40 00 - .B S. . IAIGIE, Commlssion andLabor Agent, King-street easn at the premises formerly knorn as the Ko.lbourno Iotel. Sydney Job.. 2i 1859. ** . -
SELECT POETRY. POOR PURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 22 January 1859
; , .c,;- .SELEUT POETRY .. P, 0'R1P PURSE. BY TUE BEAGLE OF BRAG. Qh'!. if I had money, galore-in store I'd just build a sweet cottage-no more- i In::, a adeep vallied glen, far away from rude men: But when will that time he?-ah! when? And when the sunrise came to open my eyes, I'd forth with the bees and the bright butterflies, And my children all fresh from their sleep; And we'd pull brightest posies, Sweetest wallflowers and roses, And our hearts in blest gratitude steep. Oh ! they say that great wealth is a curse But what's worse, My heart is too big for my purse, Poor purse ! Oh ! if I had money, galore-in store SI'd open the lattice, and widen the door Of my heart and my mind, and all human kind -- I'd-invite to come in, and a true welcome find From sunset to dawn I'd seek out the forlorn Lean poets, wan artists, frail daughters of scorn Oh ! I'd hurry all in to the feast; And we'd hail one another, As a sister and brother, , Till the bright suni of hope came to gladden their...
STOCK AND STATION REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 22 January 1859
STOOK AND' STATION REPORT. Garland and Bidgham report that the cattle min ket:hias been very quiet; there have been sever.:: buyers for stdcking the Northern statioris, and mixe. ciattlelhave been in good demand. Bullocks an prime heifers have also been much enquired fol,.' The prices continue without alteration; the suppl very limited. .. . SToRE:SHEEP.-There has been a good.manm . .purchases for store' sheep this. week. Our snle 'have beenr-wethers, 10s. to 12s.'; eowes, Os. to 10. good ewese fit to breed from, are much wanted. STATIONs.-There* are many buyers for goo'.; sheep runs;'also fatteniing'stations The market i: quite bare of these properties.:' We have sold soer blocks'of country,,without stock, at good prices. S20th Jan;, 1859.' 1059; York-street, Sydney'
OVERLAND MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 22 January 1859
OVERLAND 'MAIL. DoWN MAIL. . UP MAIL. Dopts.Arrive: ' OSFT TOWNS, Doep?. Arrli m z '_',COAMPBELL TOWN.' :,. 40 Daily(Su oxcop.): Daily(M.excep) 6. 0 ' o.40 Doily (Su: exeop) ?'D?lly ' eccop.) , o. a' ' . Toweoo. a m am. b '0' Daily (. p.) Daily(1f oxcep) 10. R a'm ,,10 . Da y. o ly Day. D- .o WEsT DAPTO. - Noon aily' jDally. 7,S DAPTO. an im 12. 0 Dlly .' in a ly. 7. 0 a.m0 Tu. TI. andSat. Tu.Th. and Sun. SO . p ae dapd-tSot. L aTb. and Sun a. m n" . '~m:, 4.o0 . , S0" . ':" F:ri". and. Sun Ion. W. and Sat. 0,: T. u . 0 W. Fri. and:Stn. ISaon.Wi and Sat. ... SU OAL..ffAVL, N. .0 _t* 0 r'. and.Sun. o. W. and Hat oon. am Noon ed: and'iun. 'Ied. and Sun. 11. SM 2? 0 M.on. and Thu. .. Tues. aond Sot. . p m 0 Friday.' " M ondy. Noon a m oon Monday:. Tueod ..0 0pm BODALLA. a 0 day. otueday.. Noo. :.0 ?ednesday. Saturday. Noon.
EMU PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 22 January 1859
,EJu PLAINS.-Oin. Friday, the 7th' instant, this 'place was thrown in a state of alarm in consequence of ? fire having taken place on Mr. George Oolliss' farm. It appears that one of Mr. O.'s men was pro coeding with a fire-stick through the yard, to burn off stubble in an adjoining paddock, when, in pas sing one of the haystacks some of the burninig em bers foill, and caused the grass to take fire, which consumed three stacks of hay, containing about twenty tons. This is the result of csrelessness.
GRAND NATIONAL CRICKET MATCH. SYDNEY V MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 22 January 1859
GRAND NATIONAL UCRICKET MAT,'. SYDNEY..V MELBOURNE. Weo are indebted to a friend, per steamer this day, for the latest intelligence of the above stirring event up to the last moment on Friday evening. First Innings . .. 63 SFirst Inning.. . . . 3, Second Innings (8 wickets still up) .. e0 Melbourne began very confident. Betting :'5 to 1 agst Sydney. If the game continues as above, the bets will be tlhbother way.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 22 January 1859
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.... SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. Ss. D. . n.D Wheat, perbushel. .... 0 6 0 to;0O 6' 9 Maize, ditto ... 4 8 (0 41,9 Potatoes, per cwt. 0. ... ' 2 6 0 2 9 Onions, ditto... ... 4 5 0 0 7 0 Flour, ditto... ... .. 01 0 0 0 0 Butterper lb: ........ 0 0 9 0 1 0 Bandaito i..., 0 0 7f 0 0 10 Eggs, perdoze ... .. O. 0 ..- 1 _3 :o0 1- 4 .Pigs, each ... ... . 0160 . 1!0 0. Calves;ditto -. 0 1 0 . 1 0 0 Bark, per tdn ... .. .. not -aleable Potatoes and maize ae a drug in the market at present.o W. HAZLET, Commission Agent, Sussex street. Sydney, Jan.. 20th, 1859. -
KIAMA LABOR OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 22 January 1859
KIAMA LABOR OFFICE. 1'arm laborers (in demand) ... .. . .0 ;0 to 85, emal sorvants . . .. 1 20 t Useful lads 1 0 20 ' 3tarrled couples 4.. i 0 -50 r Gardeoa lar~ooers' .5 o0 .40 I -Stockmen' . 35 0 40' I Bullockdrivers............... .. .;?40 0 0 lorsoe drivers ... .. .. . ... ... 80 0 40 I Ploughmbn .. . ...?0 0 35 1 A" .SHE?FIELD, Labor Agent, Manning-street Kiama.