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SHELLHARBOR. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.—27TH DECEMBER, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 December 1859
SHELL hBABOR. MIUNICIPAL COUNCIL.-27TIn DECEMBER, 1859. Present-The Cbhairman; Councillors Moles, M'Gill, Wilson, James, IMartin, Collins, and Russell. 'Minstes of the previous meeting read and confirm1d. A letter yas road from the Council of Sihoalhaven, requesting tile co-operation of this Council ill menlo rialising the Legislature on the sulbject of repealing clause 80 of the Municipalities Act, and substitutin in lieu thereof the following, viz.-That appeals be made to tile nearest quarter sessions. Tile Clerk was directed in reply to state that it is the opinion of Shellharbor Council that the present mode of appeal is preferable. Several presented themselves at the Council Chamber to make complaint of being;unfairly assessed. On tile. motion of Councillor Collins, seconded by Couneillor Mtirtin, the. Council.ivent into.committee fbr the purpose of attitfiding to compllaints. A few persons olily came forward, whose complaints were of a velry trivial nature. 'Only one notice of...
COURT OF REQUESTS. THURSDAY, 29TH DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 December 1859
COUr OF nEQUESTB. THURSDAY, 29TH DEOEM~BER. (Before the Mayor, ,D). L. \Yaugh, It. I. Perrott, T. Chapman, and James Robb, Esclrs, J.PL'.s. Thomas Tempest v. Charles Graham.--£2 14s. Id., for goods sold and delivered. Defendant' did not appear. Verdict for plaintiff. In the following cases neither parties appeared when called upon. They were accordingly distiussed :-Johl Thomas v. William Inskio;" JoTin Allen .v. Daniel Inskip; same v. IDaniel Iiaumberson; David M'Dounal v. David Moflitt, Jolhn Allen' v. Peter Wlhite; same v. Alexaneder CambridRe; same v. John Broennan; Thomas Tempest v. Danel' Rock; same v. Robert Powell; same v. Jolhn Kane. WVm; Tomlins v. Jolhn Daly.--£2 s. 6d. Verdict for plaintiff. Same v. James Smith.-- Dismissed; non-appearance of parties. Alexander King v. George BRiggs; for l5 10Os., on an I.O.U.. and 8 owt. of pdtatoes.- Verdict for plaintiffl; without costs.
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 28TH DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 December 1859
Ji UNI PAL COUNCIL. WEDNEs5&Y, 28TH DECEMBER. Present-thie Mayor, Xldermon Pike, Shnrpe, Hanrahan, . 'Hukins, and Roblinson. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. Mr. Poulton, theTown Cler', read a letter fromn S. W. Gray, Esq., H.P.,, stating that he had no ohjection to the Insertion in any Land Bill of the clause submitted to him, but considered such provision quite necessary for the proper management of town commons and reserves, and should, therefore, urge the insertion of the clause submitted, or one to the samoe effect. Likewise, a letter from the ShoalhavenCorporation, stating the receipt of a letter from Mr. Poulton, inclosing two copies of the standing orders. Also, notices of appeal from several parties.? ?\ " The adjourned debtm e upon Alderman PIKe' S motien was resumed. Aldermain PrnE's nootion was lhat the main road be madea from 3anning-street to Dido' itreet as shoen by t1e surveyor's plns, and that tenders bo called for from contractors, who m...
CUMBERLAND CATTLE DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 December 1859
CUmEacaLaoD CATcrs DI?ScEASE.--It is feared that thisI disease has appeared in this neighborhood. A few days ago Mr. Thomas East had two choice dairy cows die very suddenly, and he is of opinion that they died of this disease. Mr. East says aday or.two before the death of his cows, he noticed a heifer belonging to his neigh bor lying dead in a water-hole where his cattle drank. Mr. East's catts were both milchers, and on the day previous to the death of each, neither gave scarcely any milk. He is strongly of opinion that the symptoms of the Cumberland cattle disease were apparent in the case of each of his cows. He did not try any remedy to save his cows, but he thinks that bleeding might have had some beneficial efficacy. WEAT?Ea.-\Wo have this week had an abundance of rain. This will put forth the most beneficial influence, which will extend itself to nearly all conditions of men in the place. There are, however, a few who have not their wheat crop sechced, who are expected to sus...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 December 1859
BIRTHS. On the 24th instant, at her residence, Kiama, the wife of the Rev. H. Mack, of a son — premature birth. On the 25th instant, the wife of Mr. Thomas East, of a son. MARRIED. On the 25th November, at Dapto, by the Rev. West Simpson, Mr. David Weir, to Miss Elizabeth Clarke. On the 29th instant, at the residence of the bride's father, Jerrara, by the Rev. H. Mack, Mr. Thomas Fredericks, to Mary Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. Hugh Dudgeon.
POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 29TH DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 December 1859
.Por,,LICEl CO _ •T. TillnRSDoAY, 2Tn DEceMBvER. James Irvine, charged with drunkenness in the streets of Kiama, on the 23rd instant, pleaded guilty. Fined &nbsp; £1 and costs.. Jane M'Clelland summoned- her husband, John &nbsp; M'Clelland, for ill-treatment. Defendant did not appear. Case adjourned, ij order that a warrant might! be issued. Tenders for mfaking onu the eleotoral roll list weore then examined, when the following were accepted:-Mr. Benjamin Timms, for Jamberoo and Shellharbor, at £12 ;2 Mr. John Tayloir, for Kiamand Gerringong, at £12. Thursday, the l2lsth of Jaulary, is the day appointed by the lench to hear cases of appeal arising from. theo assessment of tlhe municipal corporation.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 December 1859
ILAWARRA HOUSE ACADEMY, KIAMA. (CONDUCTED BY MR. HUSTLER.) The proprietor of the above EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENT, respectfully intimates, that on the FIRST of JANUARY, 1860, he intends (d.v.,) BE MIOVING to the commodious premises which he formerly occupied, known as Mr. Marks' House. 'lThe house has undergone a thorough repair, and is peculiarly adapted for the accdmmodalion of Boarders, containing as it does, six airy bed-rooms on the upper floor; thus enabling the proprietor to give eachll young gentleman a separate bed, and avoiding the crowding a number of boys into one room. Every attention is paid to then'moral and educa tional training of the youths entrusted to the pro prietor's care. A good table is provided ; habits of cleanliness and order are particularly insisted upon. The young gentlemen have tihe advantages of sea banthing aiud open-air exercise; and every attention is paid to their health. This establishment was opened in the spring of 1837, since which time thle pr...
AN OLD PAIR OF SHOES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860
An OLD PAmn oF SIIoEs.-A correspondent in forms us that thlere are now living in the healthy villageo of West Morsea more than twenty inhabit ants above seventy-two years of age, and ofive over eighty. The oldest man is now eighty-seven years of ago, and what is more remarkable, he occasionally wears a pair of old shoes which were his master's when he was an apprentice seventy-three years ago. I-Heo cleaned these identical shoes when he was four teen years of ago, and the fore parts of the shoes are composed of exactly the same loatlher as when first made. The shoes have been handed down as a sort of parish legacy, having been lent to different lame persons residing there for at least sixty ycars.- Chlelmsford Ohronicle.
THE NEW RIFLED CANNONS AND THEIR EFFECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860
TIE NEW .RIFLED CANNONS AND TIHEIR EFFECTs.--Since the Trusl?, 14, steam floating battery, returned to her former moorings opposite Upnor Castle, Chatham, she has undergone an examination in order to ascertain the amount of injuries she met with during the experiments that were made on her with a view of testing her capabilities of resisting the effects of the shot fired from the Armstrong cannons at Shoebury ness. Tile result of the survey has demon strated that this new kind of iron-cased floating batteries presents comparatively no resistance vwhatever to tile shots from the Armstrong guns. Although the Trusty is covered with massive wrought-iron plates, of extraordinary thickness, yet every shot that struck them shivered the plates to pieces and entered the vessel; some of the shots, it is evident from the examination, havinlg passed throughl tlhe iron plates and beams of the battery on one side, and through thle timber and iron casing of the vessel on the other. The battery pre...
THE REVIVALS IN IRELAND. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE LONDON STANDARD.) [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860
THE REVIVALS IN IRELAND. (To TnE EDITOR OF' TIE LONDON STANDARD.) Sir,--I am here just now closing a second visit to the." isle of saints." Some six or eight weeks ago, I went down from London to exa mino for myself the remarkable work which I had heard, from various friends who had been over, as well as from the public press, was going forward in this country; and, about three woeeks ago, I resolved to perform a second pil grimage, which I am' now completing. Your readers will, therelore, perhaps, be interested to know what impression those visits have left upon a clergyman of the Church of England accustomed to the meridian of the metropolis. On my arrival I avoided committing myself to any particular guidance. I wanted to see for myself; not to take up any one sect's or party's cue; and for this purpose I went among the people, quietly entering into their houses, and engaging in friendly conversation with them. Such visits I found always welcomed. My first visit was to a row of c...
THE DISASTER IN CHINA DESCRIBED BY ONE OF THE FEW WHO CROSSED THE THIRD DITCH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860
THE -JISASTERn Ar Col~rD DESORTElIf : BY ONE OF THBlE F.V IWnOi CROSSED TIIA THIRD DITChi. (- FROM - TIE PORTSiOUTHI- iERALD.) SWeohave been favored with'the followilg-copy of a letter from one of the few' wld'ho crossed the the third ditch in the attack on the forts, and survived to rejoin his ship : "Off the Peiho Forts, 28th June. '" I hope this will reach you before the paper gives you any news, as it might make you uneasy if you saw my name among the wounded; however, I am all right, thank God Almighty, and shall be out of the sick list to-morrow. It is bad news I have to give you. Our bat talion, which formed the storming party, has been out to pieces,-cvery officer in it either killed or wounded, and 170 men hars de combat out of 370 strong that landed. I will give you an account of the storming as it hap pened to me. On Saturday, the 25th, the gunboats (oleven in number), took position off the forts, and at 2.45 p.m. commenced action, at about 600 or 700 yards distance. Afte...
HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860
HORSE IARIKEF. Mr. Charles M1artyn reports:--Tlho sales have boeen somewhat lonterrupted throuigh tie Christmas holidays felling this week, so that no very considerable amlount of business has been done; it is, therefore, hardly possible to state accurately what is the con dition of tile market, but tile horses that were sold reallaed prices about the same na quoted in former reports. Mr, Andrew Allan, the city auctioneer, sold by auction, yesterday, at thei Neow Marketsb , the lease of the shops fronting York-street; the average price realiscd was 21 per week -1,1441 per annum. WVe understand that as those shops are alost exclulsively to be occupied b butchers, two water foun talno ate to be crooted in front of these shops In York-street; alco, sold by auction, last wees, the market dues for the year to Mr. Davies, of Neetown, for the sum of v-it o; the hay, corn, and cattle market sold, at came thme, for 1,3201· thle market-house in Campbell-street, for 0?el; the South Head Iload ...
SERIOUS OCCURRENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860
SEnIOUs COURiEnciNfL-n linfortunat inrCdent occurrcdodn Saturday night, or rather 6arly on Sunday morning, in which' tworespectable inhabit ants' uf West -Maitlahd vwere engaged. Like many otshers,i Mr-. Mack,: of .:the firm of Mack and Shor wood; builders, was out enjoying himself on Christ mas evo, and,. abouttwo o'clock in the morning, as we are infbrniaed hoi for a lark, addressed a femalo he saw standing at ia'door, and was about entering the hiouse as sho':rotired;' ivhoi a pistol was fired, and the charge, a iball' or slug apparently, entered his neck, and lodged behind a muscle at the back of the neck. : Medical assistance was procured, whoen this was found to be the case. -Tho bullet has not yet been extiractcd,; wo believo, but no serious injuriy to the patient is now anticipated, unless more unfavorable appbarances should present themselves. Mlr. Mnack.was exdoodingly unwilling, we believe, to name the party wlho shot- him, believ ing the shot not intend6d to be so danger...
MELBOURNE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860
IBILOU01INE STOCK MARKI"ET. The Arus, of 22nd December, reports :--Fat Cattle: The lsuantity of cnttle sent in during thle present weoek has been so grebt ns to cooplotaly glut the market, and prires, oecpt for really prime lots (and even tlleso re muoch lower in viluo), have rcerded to extreme low ratoes. heot bullocks, at market, have not brought hoyond 0I to I 15s u; nd cows, of similar qanlity, fromn •01 to 71; whilst good hullocks hlare bhec sold at from 41 lOuto :64 10s, and cowo freomnt 1 1o to 01 los per bead. Fat Sheep: 'Tmhu market has been'abou t fairly upi,ldicd, trade hbs been toler ably brisk, and priece have nndergose no change. oest wvethors :have sold frooi I5u to 10s; bhst ewes, from lis to 1s; good -uvothers, from l1s to o; anod ewe?, from 9s to 10u. IIorso lIoarkdt: There has been a good supply of horoe stock at market Vole weouk, but with a very moderato demannd, and with the ex ¢ception of staunch draft stock there hba been but little -inquiry, and oven for thi...
EXAMINATION OF THE MAITLAND HIGH SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860
EXAMuINATION OF TIE MAITLAND HIGH SCHOOL. (FROMt TIE CHRISTIAN PLEADER.) The annual public examination of the Maitland ligh School took place on Wcducsday, the 14th of December, in the presenco of a largo and respectable attendance of ladics and gentlemcu. Great interest was manifested in the various classes, and all seemcd pleased with the eflicient modo adopted by the tutors, as woll as with the progress mado by the pupils. The subjects of examination wore reading, spoll ing, meaning, arithmetic, geography, history, Eng lish grammar, r.'athcmatics, and the classics, as well as in German and French. In Latin-IHInry's First book, Arnold's Second Book, Sallust, Virgil, Livy, Tcrenco; and in Grcok -Thucydidcs' First Book, and Euripcdos-tho Modca. After the examination, the Rev. W. M'Intyro, M.A., who founded tihe school, and has hitherto acted as its rector, addressed the visitors, pledging himself to increased effort to make the school more and more oflicient, and urging the parents ...
ADELAIDE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860
S ADELAIDE MA RKIIETS. Tho Adielaie Observer, of 17th Deceumber, says that the pro -duso oli?rlkts have romaineol very luiet all thu weco. Flour still rdlxains worth about 171 per toll. '.'ho trade is at present ontiroly conflncd to hoomo consumoption, conrejluontly tho trans actions are small and thue mrrket taloe. Somo small sales of uow flour hav takon placo at 161. Old whoat is still nominnally worth is od,m and ow mheat would probably sell at Os, but very little Is coming to marete; in fact, the farmors am in most places too much engaged i rceapiug to find tilmeo to get thoir now crops to mnarkot. Who reports from the lill districts am favorablo au to the ylold. Bran, Is 5e to is Od ;pollard, is ll to Is 8d; Caplo barloy, s teld; oats, Is to 3s Id.
UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860
UNITED PRESBYTEsRAN RCisacs.-A juvenile. soirooee in connection with the United Presbyterian Church, in Phillip-street, took place lanst ?night in the churelh, whcuen a musical class, instructed by.Mr. Mi'Cormack, the superintendent 'of the Sabbatlih school, sang some anthems and othlier sacred Iiecs" very creditably. Mr. M'Cormackl, who was a pupil in Mr. Chizlctt's classes, has evidently taklengreat pains in improving the young folkls in the practice of this delightful art; and their presentation to him last night of a gold pencil-case and some valuablo boolks proves that they appreciato his useful oefforts both in the music class and in the Sabbath-school. -?rerald. SPunaous GOLD.--Iu the course of the trial last ivWeak, "of a Chinaman named 'WVooklAll, at thlie Courtof General Session at Balaarat, Dr. Macadam gave the following description of the base metal, which we republish in orlder to show the ingenuity of celestial art. The result of the analysis showed that although 'all ...
TASMANIAN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860
*- TASfA~N IAN MAT1K(E TS. Ti h Imobart Tomes Mercury, of 2oth Decemcber, reports:--. .Grain, &e.: Within the last fosss dsayo hildors of wheat have been asking rather Ihigh estes ill conscquuoo of the scarcity, supplios coming forward rather spariogly, and latterly one or two sales have been bade at Os; someo of the meillers, howoveir have supplied thiemselves froom Laniiceston. In the early parr of tho wcole there was eomo inquiry for oats at 3s 9d, but the last day or two thlo has quite subsidest. English barley bas sold at 5s to 5s 3d, but the demand ti very trifling. Slay comes forward frcely, but prices are much the same as before, loose ranging frim .51 to 01 Ilsr ton sccordisig to quality, and country preusod from dl to 51. The season for potatoes is almost over. Flour Throuegiout the week there lias been a fair amount of busineso doing in tie flour mnarklet, aed prices Ilave continued statdy at .previous figures, flour from the best colonial wheat selling at 201 to2...
SUPREME COURT—SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY. ARMSTRONG V. O'BRIEN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860
SUTPiMIB COUIRT-SYDNEY. -4--,--,- - (FRoi TlE S5. Mi. ,EIRALD.) .. " WEDNESDAY. . i ARiMSTRONG V. O'BRIEN. ' This was an action for money had and reooivcd, in which theio wero cross mnotions. Tile issues joined were, first, as to the receipt of the money seocondly, as to its lhaving been deposited' in the hailds of tie defendant, to abide the result of a wager upon a trotting matclh. The latter plea set up tho Games and Wagers Act, 14 Victoria, No. 9, as a matter of defenco. The verdict was fo'ur plaintilffon the first issue, with £150 damages, tlie amount of the stakes, and for the defend ant on the second. Thero wero cross motions by the parties to suit. The plaintiffmoved for judgment., non obstanlte oeredicto, pon tihe second issue, upon tlie ground that tlhe plea vas bad, inasmuch as it did not show tlioe case to be bevond thle proviso attached to tlie 18thll section of the Gaines and Wagers Act. Tlihe defendant, on the other land, moved for a new trial, upon the ground that th...
QUEENSLAND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1860
QUEENSLAND MAZIRIIETS. T ho Mlorelon fay Couorier says :--The prices we givo In our ,commerciul Iloties are tbooe between first purcnserao-tlh, wholesale morkut--and not as between the consurmer and retail dealer. Flour may be quoted at from £21 10s to £22 per ton; bran, £12 per ton; maize, os per bushel. Oaten hay lioo improved in deomnd,e but the prieo elepends entirely upon the quality. Toas and sugare remain. at our last eluotations -ou,,ar, a slight advance on company's pricea; best coogeel tea, £9 to £0, Is pur lchst, withlo an upwnrd Ltendency. Frefid hottcr, Is. pcr lb; salt do., ls Gd per Il,. iru'eit--Orngeo, 2o 9d per dozen; apples, 1a 2d to is Sd per dozen,; bmanos, Js. per dozen peaches, none in thco marleet, the ecareity attributed to tlhe damnage dons by thu late Ihailstormn; grapee, 5d leer lb. Iorns and Ilidcs--Ilorns are worth SCe per ,hundrerd, and hlides Ies each, whlen in goo:l onedition ; Ilry hlesele, 5s to Sc. Meat Marrket -Again see say, for caution, that th...