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WESLEYAN BAZAARS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 29 October 1859
WVESLEYAN B z IARs.--It will be seen by adver tismeients'ih 'another part of this paper, that two bazaars,; in' connection with the Wesleyan Church, are to be held in this town next week; one of:these is a Ladies' Fancy .Bazaar, consisting ofa great variety of useful and fancy goods. The prices, we 'ulderstand, are'to be very moderate, and the pro coeds are to be devoted to the erection of the Wes loeyan Minister's residence; the other is to be a Stock Bazaar, consisting of cows, heifers, pigs, &c., &c., of considerable variety ; the proceeds of this 't6 be appropriated to the liquidation of a standing debt on the. Wesleyan cause in this place, and we h.vd no doubt the worthifiess of the object; with ithe novclty of the occasion, will secure a largonum :ber of buyers. SOun GOVERiNMENT BUILDINGS.-An officer frbm the Colonial Architect's department, MIr. Alfred Cook, C.E., is now yisiting the district of Illawarra for the purpose of inspecting the government lbuildings...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 29 October 1859
: TO TiE' EDITOR OF TE A KiAMA EXAMINER. Sin,--I respectfully request space in your journul or the pursoseot making a few remarks respecting a letter ged Denonfinationul Teaclier, in your issue otf Oc tober 2nd, containing some strictures on the speech de liverd -by the Rev. John Kinross, and-on-the national system enerally-not for the pllrpose of (lefeidinli that reverena gentleman, as he is well able to defend himself. First. Ideny that the national system excludes or despises Gods word; sy, I allirsi that it teaches more of (lod's word than does the denominational. Proof. A commission was appointed by government about three years seo, for the purpose of examiniing the whols of thse schools in this colony receiving support fiomit. In their report- (an eictllent one it was too), they stated that the children attending the Natidnal Schlooles hal a thr 'greatei anmount of Scriptural know ledge than the children attentdin" the Denominational Schools: the counitry knows and shows that ...
GARLAND AND BINGHAM'S WEEKLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 29 October 1859
: GAR[JALADND A BINGRIiAPS WEEKLY REPORT. e-; W aveie littilto reportthis week in atual ;transao .otions.e ,We are :negociating sales at 12s. for wethers, d ,eliverable nfter shleariiig, which may be quoted as the , ruling.figure for grown sheep of that description. Store ,ewes may. boquoted at a few shillings less, except for . prime .quality of breeding sheep, which readily sell at prices as high as wethers. The high price of wool has, -o doubb, a considerable influence In keeping u~ the riates in this' coloilsy. The lMelbourne mniarkets are still depressed, and extreme rates are asked for store ?tock Shere. . S" With the exception of a feo 'hiimportannt ?iansncelons in Boean runs, we havi nothing concluded with reference "to'stistidns to report. "i .2 ,'allosvirstill commands a good price. Ilides aie.very low. . Wbol is'.beginning to arrive, and s good clip is anti -:ipiated.-. The prices realised show that a decided advan. 4-tge on last year's rates will rule this seasosi. 115, ...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 29 October 1859
TO T?E EDITOR OF TIE KEIAMA 'EXAMINER. --. Sm,-When are we going to have an additional school in Kiama ? It would be well if some person would make a move in the matter, and not leave this thriving little town in thle lhalf-famished state it is in. We mean no offence to the present private schools, for they will always exist. There is a common.cry thait theBible iesnot taught in the national schools; but as the Rev. Mr. Kinross very justly remarked at the late meeting'on the Eddicitoriasl Bill, thitt the fault lay with the professoors:of' Christ ianity . ' . ? . . . ." Now if we wait until'we can all see eyeoto eye in mat ters of religion, we will wait long for a good school--we shall require ii good.amount of lptience. I see by your last issue that there is a deniominational teacher making a lamentable and pitieons cry at some of the speakers at the late meeting, on Cowper's Educa tiona[ Bill. It is-really wonderful the effect of truth, it makes many cry out, especially. when they ...
CALENDAR OF CULTURE.—OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 29 October 1859
CALENDAR? OF COULTURE.-OcoOBER. KrITcume GARDEN.-Planb salads, cabbages, potatoes. Sow small salads, cucumbers, melons, pumpkins, celery, pess, bearis, turnips, kidney beans, carrots, &o. FnulTs. Prim and clean from insects and caterpillars. Apricots a::?ndpeaoches require thinning. Strawberry beds to be . cleared from runners and keptwatered if the weather be Sdry? ;Vines requilre special attention. TREEs..-Youn ,; oevergreens and shrubs must be watered and watched: . FLOwPas-Perennials and biennials to be sown. Beds :'itobe ivatered if.too dry. Sow Muigniontto. FIELD. P. lough. 1Pnt in maize and tobacco.
KIAMA PILOTAGE, TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 29 October 1859
hKAMA PILOTA GE, PER FAVOR OF TiE KIAMA EXAMINSE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MORNING BERALD. Sln, I: perceive a paragraph in your issue of yester day, copied from the IIlawarra Mercury, in which it is stated that I was dismissed for trifling with the govern meornt moorings at this place. 1F this matter had not appeared in your paper, but merely been confined to the columns of a comparatively obscure country journal, I should. not have troubledyou with any notice, but it is now certainlydue to miy own chamracter tosssure the public, or any reader that may be acquainted withi me, that the statement is entirely failse. ln my situation as agent for the Illawarra Steam Na vigation Company, I followed instructions given to mo, by removing one of their ownin.boys, for the purpose of renewal andpainting, to the annoyance it would seemi of the owner of a' small steamer, that had been ini the lhabit of using this buoy. A remonstrance was at once made, in anger, to the authorities in Sydney, ...
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 29 October 1859
.. HoLLowAY's PILLs.-Nothing this world can afford is of any value to those in whom sickness has?i extinguished the capacity for enjoyment. The most welcome intelligence we can give to all who are,thus situated, is that the means of recovery are . ,within their reach-that they have only to avail - -.themselves of Professor Holloway's matchless : remedies in order to shakle off the maladies which ..,ars breaking down.their strength, spirits, and con stitutions, antil obtain a new hold of life, and a new sense of its blessings. The pills are to our. certain ----knowledge, producing such results in chronic idi ; ,!afrho eand colio,' wealkness of the stomach; diseases "'::bf'tio'kidney?s and livercomplaints, as havenever been paralleled in this country; .vhile :!Holloway's .intment is working miracles in oexternal disorders.
MILITARY FORCES IN THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 29 October 1859
_MILTLrYn FORCES IN TIIsE COLONIEs.-A return hnas.beenissued of the avara-e amount during the last five yearsof the.military forces maintained in each of our colonies, showing tile charges inad6 on their account on thle British and on the coloniil ox chequers. In the North American colonies the greatest number of men present in one year was in 1853, when thile number was 6,238. The average of that in tihe four succeeding years was !5,168. The greatest number at any one time in the Australian colonies was 4,124, in the year 1855, the average being 3,911. In Gibraltar, Malta, and the Ionian Islands the greatest number was 19,878, in the car 1856, the average 14,006. The greatest force at the Cape of Good Hope was 11,225, in the year i857, the average being 7,182. Reckoning those named, all other-British colonies together, the force employed during the five years to which the return relates was 48,901, in 1857, the average being 42,693. The average yearly chlarge on the imperial revenu...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS.—OCTOBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 29 October 1859
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. - OcTona 2". British Merchant, ship, 960 tons, Captain 'utlie from the Downs 28th July. Yarra:Yarra (s.), 560 tons, Ca?ptain Bell, from Rock hampton 18th, and Brisbane 22nd instant. Vizen, schooner, .128.tons, Captain Bennett, returned .LajlIogue, ship,.l,331 tons, Caplain Williams, from Plyiii6utli 4th August. OCTonER 25; .Releca, schlooner, .115 tons, Captain Suter, from Ml brlin'2.1st instant, in ballast. . '.. ':.. ' .' Tarbet lastle, barque, 189 tons, Captain Tayloi~, froei Melbourne 20oth instant, in ballist. Content, brig, 147 tons. Captain Roberts, from Port Albert 21st instanlt, in ballast. - Souvenir, schlooner, 60 tons, Captain -Tolmey, from Corner Inlet 22nd instant. :..30..5 . . OoTOoBa 26. , t '?inmosa (s.), 200 tons, Captaini HTislan, fd mtie Clyde 26th instant. " T Illausarra (s.). 203 tons, Captain Keft, fro iT ;Tefoldl Bay 26th instant. :: SAILED.-Oo TonnOER 25. ?Proveneal, French store-ship, forFrance. Duke of JVell...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 29 October 1859
Illawarra Seam Navigation Company. (KIAMA BRANCH.) COME misapprehensin hlaving arisen as to the rates Sof Peassag, e Money charged by the Company!s Steam Packets, the public are respectfully informed that the prices are OABIN..........i1s. I STEERAGE......10s. Freight will be taken at whlatever rate may be charged by otlier vessels, however lqw those rates may be. E. MANNING, • ?Manager. -Sydney, 30th Spteimber. _.MNI ." I. ... Co . ,.. SHIPPERS at Shoalhaven are respIctfully informed, that in consequenceof the low prices obtainable far maize at present, a reduction of 2d. per bushel freight by tho. steam vessels of this Company~will take pl.ace:from this day . , .E. MAiNNIN G. Sydney, Oct. i, ..; ·4 The "Rapid" Steamer T EAVES the Bethel Wharf, foot of Erskiuie.st., | for Shell Harbor and Kiama, every MONDAY and WEDNESDAY at9 p.m., returning to Sydney1 on TUESDAY and THURSDAY at 10 a.m. ,.. AGENTS : Sydney--Messrs. SPIER and MEIKLEJOHN. Shell Harbor-Mr. IR. WILSON. KiamaB-Mr. A. SH...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GRAHAM AND MULHOLLAND'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 29 October 1859
-n COMMERCIAL INTELLIGEKCER-" SGRAHAM ;AND M3ILHOLLAND!S'SPRODUCEm CIRCULAR. ,Wheat-7s to 8s per bushel , . .Maize-2s 8d to.2s lod do. " 'Bailey, malting-3s do. Ditto, Cape-2s to 28 3d do. SBran-Is 6d do; ' ;: Flour, first--,26 per ton, mill quotations. Ditto, second-£24 do., do. • ? Hlay-- 3'to '£5d. . Poutatoes- £3 to £5 do. Ohidfis- 16s to 20Os er cit.. Butter -9d to Is per lb. .::'Honey--4d do;. .. Bacon-7d.to 9d do., - . .. . ' ' i . C' . eee-7d to 8d;do. :Eggs-las 2d per doz.,,. , S. owls-4s 6d to 4s 9d per cople '.,,, .Tirkeys-Os to 720s do. Calves-0ls to 25s each *Pi'gs 4d to 6d per lb. Hides -7s to 12s each. ,... Commercial WYharf,;King-street, Sydey, Oc, . 27.
PORT OF KIAMA. EXPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 29 October 1859
.PORT OF KIAMA.,. , Per Illawarra Steam Navigation Company's steamers for the'week'oiding 28th October:--290 kegs.butte',i1'0 cases eggs, 1 case cheese, 76 pigs, 28 calves, 'I 1hide's, 4 bundles calfskins,;6 pkgs. bacon,-'and euhdries.: '-.:
ULLADULLA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 29 October 1859
ULLADULLA. [FROsr OUR CORRESPONDENT.) A public meetinig was held on Fridaylast, in the house lately occupied by Dr. MIason, for the purpose of recom mending some gentleman to the Postmuster-General,. who would be fit to keep the now post-office that is to he established here. 'IThlero were about thirty persons pre sent; Mr. R Seccombe was called to the chair. The chairman opened the business of the meeting by reading all the correspoudence that took place betweoe himself on behalf of the liublic and the Postmaster-General, on the subject; hut befro he had got through them all, he was interrupted by Mr. Walter jFLean, who rose in a very excited manner to protest against the meeting, as being illegal, there being no signaturo to the inotice; and further alleging that it should bare been called by a J.P.; butas Mir. M'Lean was out of order in risin_ be fore the chairman lhad finished his opening address,~ohe of course was called to order and comipelled to sit down. It appeared that a f...
JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 29 October 1859
JAMBEROO. ::: : (roM oUR COnnReOSODEhT.) ::. "'. have not the satisfaction at present of recording anything of very stirring interest. Thie pileasant an~d picturesque "settlemet"' of Jamlberoo reposes as'. usual In tits boundaries of primitive mountain ?nd forest'; iand its paddocks 'id fields of green whlieat 'and barley, hich since the last r~sin, it' has been a pleasure' t. behold, ire' boginnilg once more to require tlih kildly influonce of the elouds. • • : Under the headof "public amusements" I can .only mention an unsuccessful att6mpt made by some wander ing adventurei's to get u ap i Ethionean concert at MIr. Lasv's inn-tothe esterprising bhilder of which, .MIr. John Tate, tile public of Jamberoo must be considered mucli indebted, siuce it, its long room serves them, " nfter itsekind," in the various characters of town-hIall, ooncert-rooam, ball-room, &c., and was lately well filled, night after night, with tile inhabitants of-the :vicinity, whlo:witnessed witIh huge...
SYDNEY ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 29 October 1859
;-:: ' SYDNEY ITEMS. (FROM THE CITY PAPERS.) "'BoA'T AComENT:--On Saturday afternoon, be. tmween the hours of three ana four o'clock, a boat, sailing down the harbour, when off Bradley's Head, was struck with a sudden squall, which broke the sprit of the sail; this as the parties in charge were wellup to the windward, caused her to capsise in stantly, and fill. By throwing out the ballast, how ever, the party were enabled to keep afloat till as-, sistance was rendered them. The Phantom (Manly Beach steamer) being then on her passage up, Cap tain Wilson made off to their assistance, and arrived as the boat was disappearing, and fortunately, saved all hands from a watery grave, LEASE OF SIiorPS IN GEORGE-STREET MARlKET. Mr. A. Allen, the city auctioneer, sold, ye;,terday, in the Promenade between the markets, the lease of theshops in the George-street Market. There was a large attendance and spirited competition. The rents realised from £10 to £16 10s. per month each, which will produ...
PARLIAMENTARY PAPER. STATE-PAID CLERGYMEN. (RETURN IN REFERENCE TO) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 29 October 1859
PABLIAMENTARY PAPER. -4-- STATE-.PAID CLERlGYEN?. S '(RETURN IN REFERENCE TO) SReturn, in part, to an order made by the Honorable the Legislative Assembly of New South Wales, on the 23rd September, 1859, for a return respecting Statel paid clergymen, bein--" Ist. The names of all clergy men receiving stipends from the amount appropriated for public worship by Schedule C of the Canstitution Act. 2nd. The amount payable to each of such clergymen for the year 1859. 3rd. The date from which each such clergyman has received a stipend under Schedule O." CIIURCHI OF ENGLAND. Right Rev. Frederick Barker, D.D., Bishop of Sydney from 24th November, 1855, 1,5001. Ver~ .?ev. W. H. Cowper, Dean of Sydney, 3001., and St. Philip's, Sydney, 1601.-12thl July, 1858, 4601. Rev. Robert Allvood, St. Jnames', Sydney--24thll Novcm her, 1855, 2001. -George Kin, St. Andrew's, Sydney--ditto, 2001. ,W. H. Walsh, St. Lawrence, Sydney-ditto, 2001. :: " Edward Rogers, Holy Trinity, Sydneyo-ditto; 2001. ' ' G. W....
STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 29 October 1859
S.i:A'css.c The Empire of the 22nd says The, following tabl, ,comlPiled and prepared fronii Paiiliamentary Return.and Statistics of Chur hey, officially plnblished, will at.once show tliohcoiupaiay .tve operations of three of the four denominations receiving assistanice from Government, and the cosb to tho country of: their several services- . - Ciiurch br Churchofr Wcoioyao') Egnlie amo. 2oithodioto I·nlnt~iiiii.; .;,.·..... -114 ·~ 53 7 871 ;31.·; Avor to each miolster .. L105ii £227# 87 N: umbr r olnrohippere... 18,771 18,740U ., 1-IP ~Coot~roc eaclh erer...... £1 3s 5 Sa. 4th. ,29 d.,j .JuvEwrLE Bni~An.---The poipils of the sol ofin coninectioii witth the Australian La.ies' College, hi~ld, a fancy bazzar in the play grounti of thea : el1Cgbl ,at: Drlinghurst, ,onTuesday afternoon last: The, affair was entirely got up by thejuveniles, with the kind permission of the lady principal, for a belioy-6 lent purpose, that of rendering assistance:to ai dis tressed family, and we are grat...
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, 25TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 29 October 1859
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. TAliRHIDGED FROaS THE 5YDNEY PATERSB. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TuESDAY, 25TH OcTOBeR. The Speaker took the choir at twenty minutes past three o'clock. H THE MIINISTRYP. Mr. Cowper said: Mr. Speaker, I have received a note from the heon. member for Quecanbeyan (Mr. Forster), who informs me that he has not heen able to complete his arrangements for forminR a new ministry, and on this ground he desires the acjoursment of the House for one daylonger. I move, therefore, that this House do ad journ until three o'clock to-morrow. The Hsuse udjoued at twenty-five minutes past three until. three o'clock to-morrow (Wednesday). WEDNESDAY. In the Lec'islativo Assembly, yesterday, the Speakor took the char at a quartor-past three o'clock. Mr. Wisdom said he had to state to the House that William Forster, Esq., had accepted tbh office of Colo nial Secretary; Saal Samuel, Esq., the office of Colonial 'Ireasurer ; nud John -Black, Esq, the office of Secretary for Lands. Mr....
REV. DR. LANG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 29 October 1859
REv. DR. LAN?o.-A preliminary meeting of the .friends of- the Rev. Dr. Lang was held on Sathrday night, at the Emu Inn, corner of George and Bathurst-streets, for the purpose of making :ar .* rangements for a public meeting to consider the proceedings.of the Synod of Australia, depriving Dr..Lang.of his church. Mir. Hughi Dixon took tho.chair...On tho.motion of Mr. B. James, se conded .by.Alderman Sutherland, a resolution was passed, for calling a public meeting to sympathise with Dr. Lain'g and his .congregation in the positiona: in whiclh they :are now placed through an adverse, .. decision. of the Supreniome Court. A 'cdnmittee was appointed to carry the resolutiozi' iihto effeot, after ' ".hibiiss"iidting, cosrisitai?tgef dfif~e?? r ?"thcn ..,.per~son, s eparkted? . ,.:. .o,..,:.,,, ,
ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Examiner — 29 October 1859
ANDERSON, CAMPBELL; AND CO.'S PRODUCE ; r C OIULARB :-. j\ S.Bacon-47d-tbo8d per lb. ', .. . : Baley, English-as. 8d to 3s:6d per..bushel.i: i.:. Bran--s 2d to s.l-4d per do.,- . . SButter-ls:toIs Sd per lb .. . ....Calvesa-20s.to 40a each " , ' Elour, fiiiest Colonial - f -to £Zi pe? ton nominali SDitto, line Ade]lide-.£28 'to. £0 prdo. do SDitto;, firioe Coutry-£25' to £27 per do0 do. SDitto, Haxall---58s :to 60sper barrel do. - Hay,- Lucerne-£3 to £8- lOs per ton. Ditto, Oaten-£5 to £6 ,per do. Hides, Heavy-10s to 13s eah; :Mize-2s. lOdto'3s per bushel. , : ! i SOnions-les to 18s per owt. Srotatoes-£4 t.o £5 per ton. P' I -Alive, about 4d per lb. , Wheaft-9Os to: lls per bushel.: . : i P I 1s36, Suesex-street, Oct.;26, 1859. , ,.