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ADVENT OF BANKING IN KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 17 September 1859
ADVENT OF BANKING IN KIAMA.--It is with great pleasure that we congratulate the residents of-the district' upon the actual establishment of, a Branch of the Commercial Bank in this town, wbich, as'announced in our advertising columns this morning, commenced business in the premises next to'the Iron Store, Manning-street, on Thurs. day,- 15th instant, and is now in active operation. It is very gratifying to. find this institution,: whose interests are purely colonial, identifying itself 'with` the district, and on behalf of ourselves and the public generally, we return our thanks to the Directors and Manager of the Commercial Banking' Company, who were the first to afford banking accommodation at Wollongong, as well as in Kiama, and we trust'that they'will meet with that support which, their enterprise so well deserves. We think it cannot be-doubted that the establish. ment of a branch bank in our midst will greatly conduce to the prosperity of the district. We un derstand that accou...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 17 September 1859
"THIssweek has been one of considerable excite "meniit in Kiania ; the election of a Municipal Coiincil 'has. occasioned general interest. " No period for : ai'yt months. ]as more fully evinced the necessity of such.a Council as the past week. TPhe rain. hasbeen heavy and frequent, which, with constant 'traffic and the naturalrichness of the soil, have made the roads almost impassable,. except with the greatest discomfort and loss of time. ;ISuch a condition of our public thorough "fares couldiscar'celyjfail to awaakeii the interest which hasi been shown in this, our first municipal election. :'We are aware, however, that to call forth an expression of'genferal interest, all that is required at any time in this neighborhood is to announce some subject of local improvement or colo~ialiiprogress, and it is entered into at once. This, we have no hesitation to say, must neces sarily secure, to some extent,- both local and general idvancement. OniThiirsday, the 15th instant, at 2 p.m., M...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 17 September 1859
MARRIED. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; On the 17th August, at St. Phillip's Church Sydney, by the Rev. F. Ashwin, Minister of Kiama, Mr. Charles Cook, of Kiama, to Miss Jane Lewis Hassan, also of Kiama, formerly of Worcester, England. On the 8th inst., at Jamberoo, by the Rev. H. Mack, Mr. Charles Purkess, to Sophia, eldest daughter of Mr. Edwin Vidler, Jamberoo. On the 14th instant, at Jamberoo, by the Rev. H. Mask, Mr. Francis Brown, of Kiama, to Miss Anna Maria Moore, of Jamberoo.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
The 0reat Ambassador of Healthi! TO ALL.MANKIND. . KOLLOWAY'S PIL.S. A BOON T THE SICK! rpHE want of a sterling medicinal preparation' to meet I;. the many "ills that flesh is heir to," and one entirely free from mineral and other doleterious.particles was so-' verely felt till this all powerful medicine was ushered into the world. Holloway's invaluable Pills havebecome the IHousehold remedy of all nations. Their attribute is to prevent as well as cure. They attack the root of tho complaint, and thus, by removing the hidden cause of disease, re-invigorate and restore the drooping energies of the system, assisting uature in her, task of vital and functionary reformation. INDIGESTION, The great scourgelof this country, as of most others, yields quickly to a course of these invaluable Pills, and the digestive organs are restored to their'proper tone. It matters not in what shape this derangement exhibits itself, Holloway.'s searching and unerring remedy expels it from the patient's sys...
BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
Bn~AcuI OF PROMISE OF 1ARIUAGOE.-The Noew York journals, about the end of last May, were oc cupied with full reports of a trial for breach of pro mise of marriage at St. Louis, which had occupied some time, and is remarkable from the fact of the largo dnmages awarded by the jury. The lady is a Miss Elie Carstang, a native of New York, and the defendant Mr. Henry Shaw, of St. Louis, a gentle man counting 65 years, and said to be possessed of 1,500,00C dollars. The lady laid the loss of hor peace, and her prospects of sharing a portion of 1,500,000 dollars, at a sum of 100,000 dollars, and the jury brought in a verdict in her favor for the full amount. Measures weroboing taken to obtain a now trial. •·-. .· ::
THE FEEJEE ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
.THE FEEJEE ISL/DNDS. -4---- .&lt; In the House of Commons, July 12, Colonel Sykes asked whether the Government proposed t;o recommend the acceptance of the offer of the ?9v?ereignty of the Feejee Islands; and if so, at .?wlhat additional cost to Imperial Exchequer ibove the present outlay of above £4,000,000 4'. annum for colonial purposes. ;,Lord John Russell said it was undoubtedly. tirue that the sovereignty of the Feejee Islands liail been very much pressed upon the Govern ment-first, by persons interested in the pro duction of cotton-(hear, hear)-and secondly, by those who were interested in the islands on other grounds. The matter was at present under the consideration of the Government; and as soon as any determination was arrived at, it would be announced to the House. Mr. Bright asked the noble lord to let the matter come before the House again before any final decision was taken. (Hear, hear.) He knew a little of the want of a supply of cotton, but hoe.pliotested ...
UNLAWFULLY USING A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
U~' G sr?wr?'t UsINO A HOISE.- 4amns John son wias brought up before the Bench at W'ggna \Vaggri', on the 30th ultimo,.icharged with unlaw fully ising a hliorse,,.the property of Henry Osborne, of Buckagingy, near Ten Mile Creek. Henry Os. borne lihaving been sworn, deposed that a certain ihorse, then outside. the Court, was his property, and that he had' lost him early in last December from lis station at Buckagiigy. He had not seen liimn fibmi that time till,.the .25th of the month of August, when he found him in the possession of Patriick Keighr'an; ncver authorised defendant to use thle horse; fromni information hlie received from K(eighran, witness 'took out a summons against Johnson. Patrick Koighlran swore that he was down. tlhe.river, andwhlen hlie came back the late Mir. James Bourke told him that Johnson was workinig a horse branded JK, and believing the horse belonged to James Keighiran, he took pos~ses sioi' of him; this.hihappened some few.months ago; met defendant as h...
MORUYA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
MO UTIYA. -4-- Fine weather, after a few days' copious rain; splendid appearance of tile wheat crops; plenty to do; potatoes.in tons oni tile river banks; puntinen and.ship-owners mighty saucy; a neiv paper (no mistake) about to be started; a considerable inter course between us and Araluen; a steamer' once a week; a grand concert every Saturday night at the Ploughs nn; and tlhe "crusher," which wvas pre vented bythe rain from setting to work on Friday and Saturday last, is going to commence in earnest to-morrow (Tuesdny). lonaarncs MoaDsneR-I have just heard that a horrible murder was a few days ago perpetrated by the aborigines at Bodalla, on the body of William Benson,. a half-caste.. The brutes, for.such they are, after having tomnhawked their unfortunate victimi to death, mutilated the body in a most bar barous manner, cutting thie the two arms off at the elbows, then scraping the flesh off and tying it over the shoulders; the logs and other:parts of the body were treated after...
CALENDAR OF CULTURE.—SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
A LENDAl .OF? oCUL'IURE.-SEI.TE?MaE?R; KrITrcEs GaRDE-P'f.-n ?o t saladse and the fragrant ceasoning piants.: may halve cuttings set in; also, horse radish, Jerusalem' artichilokes, asaragus, cabbage, cauli flower, and sweet potato. Sow every kind of sprin. vegetble. Faurvrs.--l.Prune, graft, plant, dress, ank cleam. Keelp no eye to vermin. Pluant vinea cuttings, raspberry, gooseberry, and currant. . FLwpans.-Painnt carnntions, ran'a uluses, &60. Perennials and ever greens nlmy be removed. 'fender flowers must be guarded tfrom the cold. FErLo.-Sow grasses, Swvedish turinip, ma?ze, t?bncco. Re~galte the timeo of these operationls by the weather.
THE PANAMA ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
? ?fE PANAMA R0OUTE. . The following is a list of the tenders serit in for the Panama mail service;:-- . , Howard and Lever, 5o days.£..... 19. £ 9,000 . Croskey atnd Co., 55 daysa.. .. ,000 Australian and Pacific Co,45 days 164,000 Greek and Oriental Co.,55 days.:. 164,000 Pearson and Co., 55 days,.no amount armiouint Joseph Cunard, 55,days. .......... 210,000 Royal Mail Co", 55 days .220,000 On the above list of tein ers we copy ithe fol lowing - remarl?. froti.nthe "gSydney' qfrnsng Herald:. "The 'Cbunard Company' turns:out. to be only: Mi Joseph Cunard, who,.thouigh a brother of Sir. Samuel Cuiinrd, is nota co proprietor vwith him in his steam vessels, and lhas none of his own, siofar. as wu.are aware, .He las certainly a.powerful name to tradd with, but a name unbacked by capital is of vrery little use in an enterprise of this kind. It may be sthoitght, perhaps, that Mit. Joseph Cauiard has besri put forward to represent his brother's firm, but we. see no good reason to aidopt ...
THE INTERVIEW OF THE EMPERORS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
T'HE INTERVIE W OF THE EiMPER ORS. ..:Y. .---- .-- - --· The cnrrespondniit-of 6'Pi:i.rjourinal, writing from Viliafran"ea.oi~i-lh: "thl 1?,li; ?"e the fol lowin" details ,t refrence ii-tothlip interview be tweni the. .Emperori, o tile l·rcnohi and the mnperor of ,-Au trwr-z- , " T his plhte and date-will--be diatipsg$ hed in historiy, iand' futiife ifiters v il. sp?ki' of'the interview of Villufrufn-a as-that of Erfurth and lthait of Tlstd':'I arriyd hore early this inrni g, but. badI I come the day befiorei I coild notl have ' witnessed. nmorde t!ian In did. Orders, dictat~i?d by a feeling of delicaey, had °been given tliat ?only priuileged pesonis ?iould - pproach 'the place obf the inteirv;iew?. Every c.are had boin taken not to wouid the pi ide of the Emperor of Austria, to vwhoni 'it. would doubtless hiave beetid disngiieable to' liave been c,,,s4ed"to? .tiiio tmc t puddlic' iew. The inetig .'of.. thlie' t(wo S overeigns was fixed for nine. o'clock.- : At. a quarter of.an hour...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
STEAMER MIEETING. ' PUBLIC MEETING of the Friends and Supporters . of thle .RAi'ID Steamer will be hold at the For mariauh Hotel, on THURSDAY, the 29th instant, at T\VELVE o'clok, noon. ;. .. , . ·. ENGI!SK, SCOTTISH, ANDAUSTRALIAN CKARTERED BANK. (Incoiporated by Royal Charter.) Paid up Capital .............. £500,000. , BRANCH of this BANK, in connoexion with the r Sylnoy. Office, has been opened for general Bank ing business at the central preomnises adjoining the Post oalice, Kiana, under the charge of Francis Bellingham, Esq. Esq. JOHN YOUNG, Mlanager. English, Scottish, and Australian . : gc C•hartered Bank, Sydney, 14th September, 1859. Assessinent Notice. LESSEES OF RUNS are requested to take Notice, ithat tlihe Ashsessment for 1859, under the Act 22 Viotoria, No. 17, is, by the Ird clause, made payiahle at the.same time as tile Rent, viz., on or before thie 30th of the present month. -' S E. C. WEEKES, ''he Treastiry, New South Wales, 8th September, 1859. SCommeroial Bankin...
DEBTS OF NEW SOUTH WALES AND QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
DEBTS OF NEWSOUTH WALES 21ND QUEENSLAND. In the House of Lords, the Earl "f 'ar narvon asked whether her Majesty's Govern merit would, during the present session,in troduce any measure for the partition of the debt of the colonies of New South Wales and Queensland. The Duke of Newcastle said the debt of the two colonies amounted to £2,000,090 and £3,000,000, which had been borrowed for the joint purposes of both colonies. Recognising the course which had been proposed by his predecessor, he had not come entirely to the same conclusions. His predecessor had deter mined on the introduction of a bill into the Imperial Legislature for settling the question. iHe (thIe Duke of Newcastle) proposed on the other hand to remit the question to the colonies themselves for settlement. Instructions had been sent out to take steps for assembling tIhe legislature of the now colony of Queensland. it was scarcely possible that an arrangement made by the legislature of New South Wales ilone would be a...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
PEasirs.there has been no period since the days when CAXrTO first established his plrinting-press at Westminster or ?tl:least sinceavNATIANIEU' BuviTa, 'a;liuildtedl and fifty years lateri started! the first newspaper in England; called tli Weekl..,Yl News-in whllich the flippanp tongue b oireasy pen of aerial thinkers lihave more .copiously :poured their descaiitations on what is called ?:tlie liberty ofi ihe )p'ress" thani in thce present.?- We have thought,.however, that mUcih of that .wlhich conu stitutes thie true liberty of tlie ?press: las, in most cases, beenl overlooked.??'It'is no fault in the laws of this Colony if we. have. not sufficietit latitude for the expression of.variouls opinions. We must seek the fault somewhere else.. As to journalism, wlat measure of hlibieity should itclaini:td possess ? 'We believe it oulght, under all circumstances, to possess and exercise the righlt of reporting upon anid transmitting all news, whether local'or foreign, Diviie or secular, ...
CONCLUSION OF PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
* cONULUSION OF PEA CE. . In. tihe ouseo of Lords, on the evening of Jhly i2i Lord Broughamn roso and said,-I wish .to ak my noblo frieind opposite whether he is nable to inform the House that the blessednews which hasibeen reeiv?ed to"day is true, tha: the Emperor of the l'nchh a'nd the.. b Emperor. of Aus'trid have signied 'peliminaries of peace. SLord Wodehousel -In answer to tlhequestion: ofnI: iinoblo and:learned friend, I have to com ni unicate.to the House the .inpoirtaut informa-. tiori: whichl i hasbeeni received by .her Majesty's Government,, that h :pace has been signed lie t~enri' the .'1niio'i'r of the; French and the Eimpeior of Ahistriai; (Hear, hear.) Ittwill.be satisfactory' to ihle I0ouse if I road the following telegram, whliholi.has this :day been received from: our Ambassador at P r1is:- ...: . " :: ' Paris, Tuesday,.2 p.m. "The following telegrami liis been received: S.:·':"- ' '.? I -".'' Yailleggio, July 11. STE Pn oa TO 'TiR EirIates. ..' Peace, i"sigiigd: b...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
SI+III'PIlh' INTELTILIG El.tCIE C E.'j'i.? Cl PORT OF SYDNEY. . AUROtVA LS. Septeimbes-l,l.-Fenella, (s.) 170 tons, Captnain'Creer, fron ClIrence Ihriver 14th instant. Kirchner and Co, eplStmber 15.--Saipson, (s.) 20. tolls, Capt. 3DDeri inott, fion thle lenrleny ' iver, 14th instant. A.S.N. Co. negsts'r · September lJ.-- ap.le, (s.) 800 tons, Captait Chat field, froml olekhanspton- lithssnd Gladstone the 12th instalnt. A .S.N. Co. agents. .: septeils/r 16. -Retbcs, selhonoler, 115 tons, Captain eouter, fionm lulbourne Ilthl instant, inballast. Catipt. agenlt. S.1iteniher 16 .- lice, schooner, 80 tons, Capt. Ranlige 'ionls Mellbotrne 8 nb instintl, ii iallast. Captain a-nst. e.pteltibr -G.I-Sarah, rii. 121 tons, Captain Frith, from Melburne l 11th instant, in hallahist. Cptain agent. Septemnber 16--Douglass, schlooner, 93 tons, Captain Ienrins, fronm Melbdourn.e 9th instant, iin ballust. Cnpt. ageit..... Septembler .16.-Misionary barqlue, 277 tons, Captain uixtos, 'fim Nesrenstloe.....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
. Newspaper Establishment ,AND MACHINE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, SHOALHIAVEN STREET, KIAMA. HE Pro rietor takes this opportunity of informing .'the inhabitants of Kiama and the surrounding di» 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, lhe would confidently expect from the district a fair share of patronage and support. Book Work Cards of Address Circulars, in script type Receipt Books Circulars, in ronde do. Order Books Posters Promisory Notes Hand Bills Bill Headings,.&c,, Executed on the shortest notice. The following Forms may be obtained at this office - Lease Forms " Bank Books c Apprentice's Indentures Money Order Books . . Forms o?-AgrecmeUnt- -:e;, ... ' .e"-!:** 4 "".* His' type, w...
STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
STOCK AND STATION OClROULAR. Garland and Bingham have to report tile sale of several mobs of cattle, .ill Yictoria, at a very slight re dntion on foriner rates. T'Ile demand for freshi stock, to pult on new ruos in Qeeensland, and the flact that both sheep and cattle are decreasing in the colony, leave Ilno doult bit that prices will aIdvance. . We have in uiries fbr Jargeoo -etnities of stock, deliverable about tc be,,"ining of tyear at Dubbo. li tie Nortlhern Dislricts, prices-of mixed cattle, of ages from two to sixyears. £2 to £E2 5s. .Bulllocks, .£3 t?o £3 7s. Gd. Sbeep are in demand at lOs. and I ls for store eweca, aln 13s. for grown wethers. - No sales of stations to report, but.we are in treaty for the sle of YIabtree, wllich we think will be completed ii a few days. I15l York-street, Sydney, S Sepltember 22, 1850. .... .