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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SOLOMON HYAM'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. --+--- SOLOMONH?IYA?M'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Potatoes, £2 I 0s to £3 per ton Wheat, Ios ad to 11s Od per bushel Harley 2s Gd to 3s do. Corn,'2s lOd to "s Od do. Iatter, Is. 9d 'to 2a. perilb. Uheese, 7d to O9d do. Hiiron, 7d to 8d do. Fonwls, ;!s hid to 4s Od per pair :ig'.s, ,Id to 10d per dozen Hidles, los, 12s, and I each - . I'igs, Jit, in deimanlid. - . C.,lve.s, ditto, ditto.. , larket \\horlf.Sydney, Sep. 15, 1859.:: ': "'
THE NATIONAL DEFENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
HTE NATIONAL D)EFENCES. " Lord Lyndhurst (July 5), in calling, the attention of the House of Lords to the military anrid naval defences ofthe country, said that the observations he::was' about to make were dic tated by a purely defensive feeling. The cod fidence~ which this c'ountry had indulged in in former times hadbie?n.rudely destroyed by the application .ol ta,?nm, to naital warfare. In drawing attentioii'to the state .of the navy, he stated' that in tho ;spring of last year the French exceeded& ti 'in line-of-battle ships in only a small proportion, but in frigates their superiority was enormous. At thepresent time, however, we exceeded them in line-bf-battle ships, but were still inferior to them in frigates; and next year we should exceed them still more in line-of-battle, ships, but not in frigates. Proceeding to inform the House what he con sidered necessary for the defence of the country, he stated that' we ouiglit to have a force in the channel equal to that of F...
THE REVIVALS—WHENCE COME THEY? [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
IIUE REVIVALS- IVIIENOB COME TIIEY ---9-+---: A Ballymena .correspondent, signing hjimseif "An Earnest Inquirer," sends us the following letter:--.. Sir,-The woiderfuil revival imdvement. has been in Ballvmena soiam five 'or six weeks, spreading from street to street, and fruoni house to house, and the question is often put-What do you think of this? The person interrogatdd always inswers Where could it comio from bitt thlio one source- from God? The following are a few of.the reisons' for coming to this conelusion, and, should they be ?gugestivepf stronger ones to tihe candid inquier. you will, ~prhaps, give then "a .pace .,in yonur. journal for what they are worth :? After making all liberal cobcess8ionsiliich con sciencd couldgrinpt, or an hoonirable, serious oppo nent demariid; such as doubtful' ceases' of c6nvictidn, nnqualified'speakers (it is surprising, however, that therd are so few of thlese' uider the circumstances),: tedious iteration in some.addresses, so as to lose by ...
THE LATE LIBEL TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
TsIE LATE LcaEr .TISIALS.-A- t a publio meeting held some aays back in Mudgee, called for the purpose of coperating with the committee formed in Sydney to raise the funds for defraying the expanses of· the defendants in the late libel cases, the following resolution was passed:-" That this meeting, strongly deprecating the anomaly of two special juries declaring the letter of Dr. Lang,.: known by the title of 'The Shoalhaven Incubus,' to be libellous, when two common juries had six months previously expressed a contrary opinion, resolves, to take its share of the expenses morally incurred by the 11ev. Dr. Lang, through verdicts being given against the proprietors of the Illawarra Mlercury and K'ianta Examiner, for,copying the said letter into their respective journals, and itl earnestly requests the' hearty co-operatiou of every liberal residing in 'the electorate of Mudgee.' A' committee was then formed, to'canvass the district for subscriptions. From the M?oreioni ay Courier we le...
ULLADULLA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
ULLADULLA. CrFRO0 OUR CORRESPONDEST.] A Court of Petty Sossions was bold at Ulladulls on Fridary, thu 9th instant, befoio D. Warden and P. Sheaf, Esqrs. The first case on the list was Seccombo v. Airfilk nud Rilcy. *The plaintiff,' W. Seccombe, who styles himself one of the road committee here, was on his 'way to Ulladulla one day previous ot tho .9th, and seeing a tree. felled across where the committee intend the new'road to go (but not 'on the road -in present use, which is not a stone's throw from the intended new road, and which is a better road 'now than' the new one will be, for several years to come), made inquiries, and having obtained 'the desired information respecting who felled the tree, posted to the harbour with all speed, and lodged an information against and ob tained a summons for each of the' defendants. On the case being called, Mr. W. Seccombe refused to prosecute, alnd tile case was dismissed; not, how ever, before the defendant Afflick inquired of Mr. WVarslen...
WONDERFUL REVIVAL OF RELIGION IN THE NORTH OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
IWONDERFUL REVIVAL OF RELIGION *.IN-:THE NORTH OF IRELAND. ''?The Belfast Weekly Press states that on the 1st of July a great union prayer meeting was held in the Royal Botanic Gardens. It is in timhted that the congregation then present numbered from 35,000 to 40,000 souls; the passengers who came to Belfast from different parts of the county by train on this occasion are stated to be 15,000, besides all who came by conveyances and on foot. The leading streets of the town presented, during the mid-day, a most remarkable aspect, particularly after the arrival of trains. The footways were literally thronged with well drassed and respectable-looking people from the country-not passing along with the niegligent and easy-going air of pleasure-seeking excur sionists, but staid and solemn in demeanor the younger as well as the older; and the ma jority with bibles or hymn-books in their hands, as if proceeding to Sabbath services. On they pressed towards the point of attraction, past the g...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
HoLLowY' Pi Ls.-.Do you, suffer from lowness of spirits, and a painful tendency to look' on the dark side of things ? Try- a few doses of this in vigorating remedy; they .recuperate the system: in all phases of prostration, reanimating and restoring the fiailing energies.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
TO TOlE PUITOIR OF TOE ILiMA, EIAMINBR. Sir,--I perceive that Jboutireporter has maido a shblgh Mistake in reference to~thecresolutions Passed at the nimetinr lIeld at Adams's on Monday weeko which, for the sake of those concerned, it may be as well to correct. e It certainly was the intention of the promoters of the meeting to have suibmitted the second reso lution published in your report; but a few minutes baforo the meeting commenced, it was understood, upon good authority, that the Returning Officer had received a communication from Sydney, con taining, not exactly an official, nor yet quite an " after dinner," but some kind of a nondescript private or privileged opinion, which had induced that ifunctionary to melt sufficiently to become susceptible to the pressure from without; and although not officially announced to the electors until after the mectipg, the good sense and kiid hearted consideration of the mighty populace, always urbane, generous, and discreet, became wo spon...
POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22ND. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
1'OLICE 7COURT. T#HURSDAY, SE1'TEMBIER 22ND.. Before B. B. Fry, Mi Hindmarsh, J. Robb, and 11. J. Perrott, Esqrs. Mir. J. Reddall charged Georgo Bias with general inisconduct in his hired service as working over seer on his fiarm. Onse dismissed. James Barton charged Isaiah Crowther with using threatening and aibusive language towards him. Complainant not wishing to press the chargd, defendant was discharged upon paying costs.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
TO THE EDITOR OF TE, KRAIAa EXAMINER" Sir,-Allow.me to correct dthat part of, your report of 'tlihe public meeting held.at Adams's, on tile 12th instant, which .professes to give thoefew rcmarks made by me. In seconding the resolution brought forward -by Mr. Poulton, Mr. James Golley bad (as the report states) reaJ' and commented on several clauses of the Municipalities Act, wvhich he maintain loft it free for the electors to d6ternine whetlieror not the members of the Council should be styled Mayor and Aldermen, and I- believing from the tenor of these remarks that the object of the meeting was to affirm that position by resolutions-stated in few words my strong opinion that'thoe electors had no such power, and that the municipal body would stultify themselves by assuming titles whicli could only be conferred by, the Governmimbiht. At:th'e time I spoke I had no idea:of tlher?i'hiig any: i-n. tention :to ' move in tlho matter 'by petition' (iis nothing hld been said in favor of such...
SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS.—Nowra, September 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
SHOALHAVEN. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT ] COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS.-Nowra, September 20. Before a full Bench. Patrick Ryan and Hugh Frazer had their certify- cate granted for a publican's general license. Comerford v. John McGuire.-An information filed for a felonious assault, with attempt of robbery. The deposition given by plaintiff differed materially from the information, and the Court dismissed the case. Comerford v. Ann McGuire. For an assault, arising out of the previous case. Fined 1s., and 3s. 6d. costs. John McGuire v. Charles and Henry Comerford. -Defendants were charged with an assault. Fined &nbsp; 5s. and 3s. 6d. costs. Finlayson v. J. Goodsell.-Charged with being drunk and disorderly. Fined 10s. and 3s. 6d. costs of Court, or 24 hours in lock-up. Fine paid. Dawson v.. Woods.-Disputed title to a mare. Plaintiff having failed in establishing his right, the case was dismissed, plaintiff to pay costs. Dawson v. McGuire.-Disputed title to a horse. This case wais dismiss...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 24 September 1859
MARRIED. On the 20th instant at Gerringong, by the Rev. H. Mack, Mr. John Faulks, of Shoalhaven, to Martha, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Boxsell, of Gerringong. DIED. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; On the 29th instant, at the residence of James Uncles, Esq , 275, Sussex-street, Sydney, Ann, the beloved wife of W. J. Francis, Golden Boot, Kiama, atter a long and painful illness. " Her end was peace." &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SOLOMON HYAM'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 8 October 1859
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SOLOMON HYAM'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Potatoes, £2 to £3 per ton Wheat, 10s Gd to 11s Od per bushel Barley 2s 6d to 3s do. t' Corn, 23 9d to Ss Od do. Butter, Is. 6d. to Is. 9d. per lb. Cheese, 7d to 9d do. Bacon, 7d to 8d do. 'i Fowls, 4s 6d to 4s 9d per pair EIgs, 9d to 10d per dozen * Hides, l1s, 12s,.and 15s each. .... Pi"s,fat, in demand. -" Calves, ditto, '4itto.r d" ' -'; '' " . , 8 Market \Wharf, 'ydney, October 5, 1859.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 8 October 1859
- -Newspaper Establishment - AND . MACHII E GENERAL PRINTING rOFFICE, .S5HOALHAVEN STREET, KIAMA. I"HE Pro rietor takes this opportunity of informing .L the nhabitants of Kiama and the surrounding dis triot, that he continues to execute Printing of every kind and'deseription 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 WVales, which for speed and execution of'vork, stands unrivalled, he would confidently expect from the district a fair share of patronage and saupport. - Book Work Cards of Address Circulars, in scripdt ? reripBooks : Circulare, in ronipo do. recer Books Posters " oromisory Notes Hand Bills Bill Headings, &c., Executed on. the shortest notice. The following Forms may be obtained at thisoflice: Lease Forms Bank Books Apprentice's Indentures Money Order Books Forms of Agreement . &e., .&eo, &e...
GARLAND AND BINGHAM'S WEEKLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 8 October 1859
GARLAND. AND BINGHAM'S WEEKLY REPORT. Messrs. Garland and Binghanl report that the market for store stock continibes dullaand brieders being some what bare'of stock and anticipating higher prices in a short._tim, are by no meancas desirous of solling at present rates. About Deniliquin there are several drafts yet for sale, and until prospects are brighter, overlanders de cline to operate farther. They complain, too, that the rates and terms of payment recently prevailing in tlhe soutliern markets have materially cramped their re sources. Even good bullocks have been diflicult of sale at anythling like remunerative rates. In the northern districts bullocks niay be quooted at 62s. to 63s.; bul looks and steers, 55s. to 60s.; mixed cattle, over two years, 40s. to 40s.; and firom six months upwards, 30s. There are some drafts of store sheep offering, but tle rates are considered too high. The unfavorable advices per Benares, of-the Londou wool market, will not tend to im'prove priees. E...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 8 October 1859
.DIARY. Days of the Week. D onh Sunrsoe Sunset Moon ' M······· onth ~ Age ' iSAT~URD AY·...... . . Oct5 O .8 65.1 6 3 '11 SUNDAT·;..;... ".. 9 530 6 4 12 MONDAY ..... 10 5, O 0 6 13 i'UESDAY.,..:, ..... .1' ' 11'6' 5:28P 6 14, -VEDINESD AY..... 12" 1 1. [ 5. . 6 - 6 N. THItURSDAY·........... 15 5~51 6 7 16' T RIDiYD............... " 14 5.8 I s 16 THE KIAMA EXAMIINER. PUBLISHED EEKLY. TO ADVERTISERS. Advortisors ars respdectfully notified that after this date they will bo bound to te following Ilours :--Miscellnneons advertise. monts received up to 4 p.m. on Frliday;---Aoutioneers'. till 7 p.m. Theabovo reguliations will bo strictly observed. Alt communcentlons Intended for insertion must be authonti. crtied by the namo and addreoss of the writer-not necessarily. for pubiication, but ns a guaranteo of good faith. We cannot undertake to return rqjeotcd communications. SA? ,DA . O CTOBER 8, 1850.
ULLADULLA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 8 October 1859
ULLADULLA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] 'I fear mytale will be a shldrt one this time, for I have very little of importance to write about: but-su h'has I have, I send it to you; therefore you must take the will for the deed. Some seven or eight months since we triedto get tlie settlement of Ulladulla incorporated under the Mounicipal itieii Act, but the movement met with sulch oppositibn at the hands of our great obstructionists here, thfiat it was abanidoncd for a time, but now I hear some of those who opposed it then have been more enlightened on the sub ject, and have become ashamed of their proceedings in a great measure, lhence they are anxious that we should be incorated without delay, as they see every other place along the coast adopting the benefits of the Act, and I hear tlat another movement is to be made soon in con-. nection with this subject. No doubt it will meet with: opposition firom dur great monopolist, nsd the mainy lackeys and flunkeys who are usually at the beck ...
PRIME BEEF. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 8 October 1859
Pnra?Im BEEF.-Throughl tile courtesy of 'Mr. William White we havo been fitvored with 'thel' inspection of. a splendid carcass of beef, at presentin his shop, the largest we believe, ever offerod. to the Kiama -publio--the wigh~ t being 14 owt. We wiould advise the lovers of "gqod cheer" to call early pliO i Mr. White to-day.
ARRIVAL OF THE BENARES. NEWS TO THE 18TH AUGUST. Adelaide, 4th October. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 8 October 1859
SARRIVAL OF THE BENARES. j:· · -4---- iEWS --TO THIE 18Th AUGUST. ( EaROM TUE IHErALD'S CORRESPONDENT.) Adelaide, 4th October. The Benares arrived at Nepean Bay this day, at noon. She left Aden on 3rd September, and brings English dates to 18th August. The English Parliament was prorouged on the 14th of August. The peace still continues. The political re organisation of Italy, the return of .80,000 French troops, the celebration of the Nepolonic fetes, and the announco ment of an extensive disarmament in the French army and navy are the leading features in tihe Continental history of the world. Towards the close of tlhe month tlhe 'relations of England and France assumed a very threatening aspect. The ofllicial journals evinced a dis position to fasten a quarrel on us in respect to our na tional defences, which were represented as an atiront to our allies. roPublic inquietude was allayed by the resolu tion of the Emperor Napoleon to reduce his enormous forces to a peace footing. Mor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 8 October 1859
,. ,:0- - .TO OUR. AGENTS: Agents are requested to send in the statements of nccqunts. , : : ' ' Tpthe-Advertising EPblioa of Sydney. T7HE KIAMA EXAMINER having ailready ob ., . tained a high. circulatipoi throughout the entire sbutlieri coastdistricts, ivill be found a very valliel'" 'iiediui ' for ADVERTISEMENTS in. every department of commorcial entoesprise ; and as those districts have a diaily. steam communication with Sydney, this imedium *will prove the more valuable.' Advertisers ire therefdro rcspoctfully in formed that all advertisemcnts. may be left, anid a file of 'the ExlAriNo inspedted without chargo, at the office of'Mi.'E. GREVILLE,-10 Bridgo-streot, who is odur-oly recognised Agent in Sydney. TO THE SUBSCRIBER1S AND ADVERTISERS IN THE "KIAMA EXAMINER." T HE late Proprietor of the K'iama Examiner re :_.questsithat all persons indebted to him, will please for'ward the amount, of their re slpectivo accoiunts 'to Sep 30?, diiringthe einsuing week, otherwise they will be...