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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 8 October 1859

~TO TOE EDITOR OF THE KIAIMA EXAMINER. Sma,-Will you allowv me a line or teo for a remark on your correspondent's report of the proceedings of the lest Court of Petty Sessions held here. In the first place, I have observed that latterly your correspondent has reported every,meeting of, tle Court as "afull Bench" .I.don't; know what he means hy'a ful Benah, but I take it that the general puiiblio will iiderstand by it- thht'Oill thbImagnltr;ates have, been present. This, I think, has never vet happened. It would be more satisfiactory if the nanles of the magis trates were given. But in the present instance your report does an in justice to myself and the other magistrates who agree witih me on the subject of licensings public houses, for it states that "a full Bench" did, two weeks before, viz.-grant a license to Mr. Patrick Ryan and Mr. Fraser for two public houses. The facts are thesoe-The parties abovenamed ap plied at tlhe regular quarterly lheensing day for licenses whliclh were...

Publication Title: Kiama Examiner
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 8 October 1859

We deem it advisable to state that the present half sheet is cdlhiefly designed as an announcement to. our supporters that the Kiama Examiner is not yet defunct, as was supplosed, butmay be re garded as in a transition statej---just passing from a bonditioh of comparative .noiientity to a real and living existence, or from oblsouritt to a distin'ction not second to any local journal in the colony. Our intentidh:ivas to have sest forth the present issue at its full size, but being dependant on me chanical assistance from Sydney, which did not arrive till late in the'week, we found it impossible to carry out our design. It was therefore:ques tionable'v1ihtler? we should allow thlis week to pass.: without any notice of our intention, and cotimence according-to our original design next. week; but fearing that many of our subscrilers, supposing thie paper had become deceased, might withdraw their support, at the same' time being desirotis'to retain the favor of the advertising publicby k...

Publication Title: Kiama Examiner
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SHOALHAVEN. POLICE COURT.—NUMBA. TUESDAY, 4TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 8 October 1859

SHOALHAVEN     (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) POLICE COURT.-NUMBA. TUESDAY 4th OCTOBER   QUEEN V. COMERFORD.-For a false and malicious slander to prejudice the character of his brother, Henry Comerford of Bolong. The charge was clearly proved. Defendant was committed to take his trial at the next Quarter Sessions, Wollongong. Bail was admitted Tenders were opened for the clearing and opening the Southern road one chain wide, from the Falls towards Nowra;. There were several tenders put in. The one of Patrick Casey's was accepted, for £30 per mile.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 15 October 1859

NOTICE. TT is particularly requested that our Country SAgents forward a statement of their Accounts to June 30, immediately, to this office. TO THE SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS IN THE " KIAMA EXAMINER." TrHE late Proprietor of the Kiama Examiner re .quests, that all "persons indebted to him, will please forward the amgunt of their re slpective accounts to Sept. 30, during the ensuing week, otherwise they will be put into the hands of a solicitor for recovery. Oct.' 6th. ,,To the AMvertising.Ptblio of Sydnioy. T HE KIAMA -EXAMINER having already ob itaied a high circulation tlhroighout the entire southern coast districts, will be found a very valuable mediuhm for ADVERTISEMENTS in every department of commercial dntosprise ; and as these districts have a daily m:tena communication with Sydney, this medium will prove the more valuable: Advertisers are therefore respectfully in fornied that all advortisements may be left, and a file of the ExarmsNER inspected wvithout clharge, l?t the of...

Publication Title: Kiama Examiner
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HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 15 October 1859

HiuL.owAY's PILLS.-- These pills are an indij potable remedy for'tho caue of coughs, colds, &c., so prevalent at this season. The cause of half the diseases to wiiich suffering humanity is liable is the incorriect mode of treating the Ihuman system when attncked 'i.i; ' the above complnints, which - lead ultinately to the 'nost direfulresults. Byl persevcr ing in the usoof HIollboway's ills all those syinptoims are jiiiikly eradicated, the tone of the stomach is stretngthtleie, and the hliole of th4omorbfiec matter, which niatre finds injurious, is very quickly throwvn out.

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SYDNEY MINT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 15 October 1859

:SYDNEr MIr.. - On the motion' of Lord A. Churchill [August 1,] address for return of the namount of gold coined at the Sydney.branch of the Royaldlint up to the latest dates (in-continuation of the return for 1855"and 1856;) also; iddress'for copy :of all correspondence between Sir William Denison, Governor-Generial of New South Wales; and Secretary of State for the Colonies, with refer ence to making the sovereign.coined at the Sydney branch of the Royal Mint an Imperial one, or of making it a legal tender throughout the British em pire; of any memorial or petition from the Exeou-. tive Council and Houses of Parliamenit in. New South Wales; and of the correspondence between the Colonial Office and the Treasury on the same. subject.

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY. LANDS AT SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 15 October 1859

'iAIHLIAAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.' [ADIiuDOED FROM.TIRE SYDNEY PAPERS.] L"EGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, . ....DAY. . ? -lANDS AT SHOALHAVEN. M-:Mr. Garrett:moved,-" Thait an address be pro-, sented to the !Governor-General, praying that ~his Excellency willLboeplea~ed.to cause to be laid upon the table of this Hotise a return of all lands granted in' the .police district of Shoalhaven-to whom granted-for what 'public service granted-together with the, area of said grants, distinguishing the lands granted as uinprofitable Iswamps." Dr. Lang seconded the motion. Mr. Darvall suggested to the heon. member that he should amend the wording of the motion by making area" areas," and by making the last line road thus-" distinguishing which lands so grarited were in fact unprofitable swamp." Dr. Lang said the hon. aid learned member was under a mistake.; It was a custom in the olden time to give so many additional acres where there were swamps. - Mr. Gairatt : In the old. maps of thait district there are...

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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 15 October 1859

DI~ltY. Days or the Day or Sunrise Srt MO1oO'a y Month SIB SAURi;1A.........: ( Out. (0 . 5:11 6 3 18 SUNDAY .... ....... .- 3 4 1 MONDAYY............ 17 ,5 £0 . .5 20 *Ii7I200AY;... 0 5 '20 6 6 21 R NDN1ESDA.. Y. 19 50 20 0. 02 PIICRSIOAY ....... 20" 5 2 0 7 23 FROIDAY °. 2I - 2 0 0 21 TIIE KIANA EXAMINER. P.PUIILTSHIM)D WEEKLY.'

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ULLADULLA. POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 8TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 15 October 1859

ULLADULLADULLA. '[FRORt OUR CORRESPONDENT.] POLICE COURT.: FRIDAY, 8Ts OCTOBER. (Before D. Warden, and P. Sheafe, Esqrs., J.P.'s) W. SeccaeDe V. Jons HAMM?uND AND NICHtoLAS' Muvoo.-This was a case of, larceny. The defendants, who are partners on a rented farm, found a stray pig on their enclosed land, and supposing it to belong" to Mr . William Seccombe, sent to tliatentleman' to inform hinm of the circumstance, ind requesting him to come anrid see the pie, and'if his property, to take it home.' Mr. See comb aid not go,.but sent one of his sons and a servant, who, not finding the defendants at home, returned with out the pig. Oi the Saturday following, the defendant Mudge, saw. Mr. Seccombe and'asked him if herwas loin for the pig, and Mr. Seecombe said, ' O, yes, I'll come for it soon now." Bhut, to their great surprise, the next thing they saw of Mr. Seccombo was in, company nith Constable Dl'Farland, tarmedL with a search-warrant to find a pig that he had been.invited. to take aw...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS.—OCTOBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 15 October 1859

S SHIPPmE G INTELI1GENCE. ' : S PORT OF SYDNEY. AlIRRYALS. - Octronaa 8. Prineo Alfred (s.), 7)0 tons, Captain Buwden, from. Nul.sn 2nid instant. - Telegraph (s.), 700 tons, Captain O'Roilly, fronm ?ire ton ay lt'. inttiint.. * Aldro, brig, 190 tons, Captiain Mitcliell, fromii Hobart Town .26thi; ultimo.. -. . , : City of.Sydieiy (s.), 700 tons,'Captain Moodie, frotn Melbourne 6th instant. : . .. Bennres, P. intl O. <!o.'s moiiI steaniship, 1,800 tons, Captain Sklcotowe, from Suez 28th Auguit, Adeli 3rd Sep temb"er, 31MiaHitius "i th September, Kino George's SSound 1st, Kangaroo- Islamnd 4th, mid Melbourne bith instant.. . . ' '"" . OcTonEa 10. Slimrodic; brig, 260 tonSf, Captain Buiirns, ironi aii ri Uins 24th August. O C * OCTOBER I1.' S .fimost (n.), 200. tons, Captaini JFlotolier, friom Port 3iioeqarin lOth instaiit. ;, ' ; S.'ornian, Ainerican barque, 338 tons, Captain RiBy, troni' ile Snilth Sens." .. , . [i.('s. f, WVeiliaiitoh,sichooer, 88 tons, Capt Starchicli, l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 15 October 1859

S'Newspaper Establishment: C MACHINE: GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE; ' SIaOALuAVEN STREET, KIAMAi TIHE Proprietor; takes, this .opportunity of informing: Sthe inhabithnts of Kiama and the surrounding dis-. trict, that he'continuds to execute Printing of every kind and description at the lowest possible prires, and on the shortest notice. Having at considerable expenise 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 unri alled, he woald cynfidently expect from the district a fair share'of patroinage and support. Book Work s Cards of Address Circulars, in seript type Receipt Book,:: . Circnlars, in rolde do. Order Books..... Posters Promsisors Notes Hand Bills Bill Headiniis, &e., Executed on the shortest notice. The following Forms may be obtained at this office : Lease Forms I: Bank Book's, Apprentice's Indentures H oney Order Booksl Forms of Agreement . " ., ' &....

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SOLOMON HYAM'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 15 October 1859

SOLOIMON HYAMB'S PRODUCE CIRCUL~AR. ]'otjatoes, £4 to £4 10s per ton Wheat, 1os Gd to lls Od per bushel BIarley 2s 6d to 3s do. Corn, 2s 9d to 3s od do. Jiltter, Is. to Is. :d. per lb. Cheese, 7d to 9d do. Baicon, 7d to 8d do. Fowls, 4s 6d to 4s 9d per paiF Eggs, 9d to lOd per dozen H]ides, lOs, 12s, and 15s each Pins, fat, in demand. Ca'ves, ditto, ditto. MIarket Wharf, Sydney, October 12, 1850. -

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 15 October 1859

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGINCtE. ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S PROI)UCEI CII(CULAIR. Business has becet, dull during the past week. The lrgersliti'als btflictr halee caused a dampness in that ar ticle.' The arriifal of Maize' aid Hay have not been mau.?? Maize s iil demand, with n slight advance in price, but it is very likely that the several 'cnroes now overdue will cause the price to give vway again. Hay, Lucerne, we haie sold at £3, £3 5s, and £3 10s per toun; oond soild nider £3, 'Bran i i i good demand. Another fall has taken place in Butter. Iaco--8d to 9d per lb 1Burley; English-as 3d to 3s 6d per buashel. Brari-las zd to Is 4d per do. fletter-ls to Is 3d per lb. Ucilies- 20s to 40s each 'Floir, finest Colonial-£27 to £29 per' ton., Ditto, tine Adelaide-£28 to. £30 per do. -Ditto, fine Country-£25 to £27 per do. Ditto, Haxall-58s: to 60s per barrel Ilay, Lueerne-£3 to £3 10s per ton. Ditto, Oiten--£5 to £6 per do. ; }[ilec, Heiyd-10s to 13s ea.it. Xtriize--.- to'3i- Ildper bushel.....

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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 15 October 1859

POLICE COURT... (Before the same .Boch.) HuAm .v. RYAN.-.The was a case iunder the Tenomerit Act. Plaintiff sought to recover. possession of a cottage lately occulpied by Mr. Leseberg h. After going into the case, a material witness., being absent, it was. postponed till next sitting., "

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SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF REQUESTS—NOWRA. WEDNESDAY, 5TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 15 October 1859

SHOALHAVEYN. (CFROm OUR CORRESPONDENT. I COURT OF REQUESTS-NOWRA. WEDNESDAY, 5Tu OCTOsR.. (Before Andrew Aldcorn, James Aldcorn, James Thomson; and. Alfred Elyard, Esqrs., J.P.'s) POTPeo~No CASES. :I FLEsslmo V. TAOOART.--This was a claim for. 5 for; damages to a corni-thresher. Postponed again till next Court. t PATSESOri V. FnsER.-Complainant sought to recover £5 for continued trespass of pigs. As there ntas no evi dence to prove damages, the case was dismissed. TuoWAs v. M'CAraTn.-Thomas stied for £7 2s,, bill delivered for cash lent and liquor supplied. Postponed till next Court for further evidence. NEW .OASES. FAInFA? AND Sof' v. ROUSE.-This was a claim for £6, being the amount of six quarters subsoription to the Sydney3 Morning Herald. Defendant wishing to produce evidence to prove that the paper had not been delivered, the case was postponed till next Court. WooDs v. DAwson.--Plaintiff sued for los for labor performed and time lost in the production of a filly' ustlr' disput...

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CALENDAR OF CULTURE.—OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 15 October 1859

CALENDAR OF CUL1rURE.-OUTonEa. K KITCn. GARDEN.-Plant. snlau?s, cabbages, potatoes. Sow .ansall salads, cucumbers,. melons, liumpkins, celery, eans, beans, turnips, kidney beaun, eareots, &o. FamUIs. l'ri'm and clean from insects and caterpillars. Apricots mld' jeiiehes' rlequire thinning Strawberry beds to lie ihelred tmun runners and kept watered if the weather be dry. VFnes require special attention. 'I'REEs.-Young evergreens" and ishrubs munst be watered and watched. l.owcaRs-Peteon ials and biennials to be sown. Beds to boe watered if too dry. 'Sowi Ilignienette. lFIELD. Ilonurh. Put in maize and tobacco.

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INDIA. IMPORTANT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 15 October 1859

'(niOuin.rnsi^.'aEan.Ssi~usafl~ouUii s oii~biispoxiiiX.T;)! .oI'ho-ftillowing, inoritant newslis supplied7by -.,an.extra of the Bombay "'imes :. ;. i . '" . -. "tBom a!Bo ridya ?.mc oce, 8th ?AUgust. "The C'onstance, IH . MIndian Nzvy, ar'iived in harbor this morning at 715 :.aim.,: bridging Simportant Aintelligence, it is believted, to the Indian Government.. Bi'gadier Coghlan is said tn'have 'despatilred thliConsliffince inpii' ur ?-nnce of orders from the 'Ildidan Government to for ward the news insta-tlyi. We ,learn.. simul t, ituiobly tk.it/'lli?e Rnisians 'tinder a.,coinvei * htio h l , thlPeai ',a iie; harhiins 69,000 mon'en Supon KIiTig, 'od thiat the Persians are concen. triting their .forcis on t lie 'urkish frontier. " The telfginph line from ''Kurrachee to Li hiore, a di.ttaiuce of 1i t0'1mils,-'lihs been cornm pletedl and the'xoidvrcnior.oGeernl"has de.~u cd Shis tlianks to be givyn to Sir. W. O' Shiauiih ticssy, andil lso oxpressed, his g'eat; satistfletiun. - "Nana Sa...

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EXTRACT FROM GARLAND AND BINGHAM'S MONTHLY CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 15 October 1859

EXTRACT FROM PARLANiAND. BINGHAMS MONTH LY.OCIRCULAIl. Although rains have fallen partially in the southern districts they have not been so, abundant as to ensure an average pasture for the summer months, and fattening" rns:being ,generally stocked to their fullest eapacitye , there is less demand than usual for store stock at this season of the year. The supply on the border has been, and is-sill, heiivy, and sales are consequently effected with ditlienity. We do not now anticipate higher rates until a considlerable piortion of stock on stations is moved Of. lThis, Ihowrever, will not materially affect prices in thie northern districts. Mobs om store cattle, are conm paratively scarce there, and breeeders are not disposed to t redaction. Apart from the facts that they miay neither be pressed for money nor have their stations overstocked, there is much reason for adopting such a emulrsa in the thee of the valuable statistical report of.the -Regisirar-General, in which it is.shows th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 15 October 1859

GIRAZING IN KIAMA.-Good Grass and abundance of Water, 'for a few Cows or Horses. 'Apply to Mr. Poulton, Shonlhaven-street. . LOST, iCLASP PURSE, containing i15 in money, o five-pound note, ten one.pound' iotes, and t gold chain and ker. Suponnsed to' have beeni lost I?tweenc Croome and ,amberoo Post-office: If any good disposed person should find it and deliver it to Mr. E IUSSELL, Stony Creek, he will receive the sum of four pounds for his trouble. TO STAND THIS SEASON. rl{'H thoroughhred StallionSWEET WVIILLTAM, vsill I Stand this season at Jamberoo, 31inamurra, and travel to Shell Harbor and Gerrin-ong. Pedigree--Sire, Sweet Willam; grandiroe, Old Doctor; dam by the imp1orted horse Hector, 'randdaim, Crucifix The merits of this horse are too well known to noed further notice. TERMS : Single mire .. .. .. . £2 10s. Two or more mares ... .. .. 2 0 THOMAS :WILSON, Proprietor. TO STAND THIS SEASON, At Mr. JOHN CAMBELL'S,~Numba, ,andnalso .to travel the District, TI HE well-known drau...

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AN AMERICAN SAMSON. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 15 October 1859

AN ABIEaIC.~N S..?iSON.-Dr-I). Georgo . Winship, of Roxbury, a young physicinn 25 years old, and weighing 1431bs., is believed by many persons who have examined into the question, to be the strong est man alivo. He can raise a barrel of-flour from the floor to his shoulders ;.can raise himinself with either little finger ; can put uipa dumb bell of,14111.' pxercises daily with dumb bells; weighing 100jls. each, which hopan, raise alternately above his head, and can lift with his hands .928lbs. dead weight, :without the aidiof straps Cor bolts of any 1ýe.d. To phlam, the strongest man in' England,-9uld n:.ot' raise more than!80011s' in the same wy "pt...h celebrated Belgian.gianiit could onlj i .r" Ibs;. With stra'ps.it is suppbsod a person coul[4'j arl: .fitr tihns is s-uich' ?i bd.hi~.hsi '?ds i tlod ? m If this. is so, Dr. Winship cmlu lift -at- least 2o,509b. Dr. ·Winship is a thorouIh gymnast; and when he gra. duated at' athbride;Wfivo years ago,. he was without a co,mpetitr. . ...

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