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SHOALHAVEN. 3rd May, 1860. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS—NUMBA. TUESDAY, 1ST MAY, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 May 1860

SIIOA [fA I-, ~. . . 3rd May, 1800.1 COLUtT OFPETTY SESSIN:-NU tDA: TuFsDAY. b1Ki'' MAi'. 1860. .Jiisei Ii Smiith; :WViIliiu Siitith. enl Themna Tfenmpton we re breneaht befrei the Bench, h eving been eellreleettelc I. by the disetrict censteetble. e'lerceel nethl kiilitee It Inleellek at Goode Deeg, thee peeeperly~ tif Me W. IlGr etu. 'lieo case beeing cearly. proeveel. t'ee weree ceeineeittelc feoe triael at the. poect Quaerter `Sesinseen, WoVeieeeng. *.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 May 1860

STO THUe DITtR O THC Z 1AMi5X.! i5 . Sli,---Being an old resident in the colony, during that time I have paid many visits toothis most beautiful andhealthy distsict. •On the present ncue I ihave been miuch pleased to observe the' grdeat inlprviwemnentt that have been made. The sturdy arm and resolute have done their Utmost, and many a goodly acre has been laid bare of Nature's covering, fdr the more useful one. Thousands of thriving cattle feed on these verdant pastures, sheddling their perfume around from the cluver blossoms. Snug cottagses and substantial mansions -ure'scattered ever the faice of the country, adding much to its beauty, end telling of comfort and ,oealth.' The towns I find have kept pace .yith.the 'country-especially Kiama. I was agreeably sur. prised,'after an absetic ?s of less than a year from that highly favored township,in its scenery, being surrounded by Nature's grandest works-moun. taits said the open ocean-to find large and sub staititlal hiutildings lth v...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 May 1860

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO Te tTeORa OF TsR iAMA R?3AIXIR. Sta,-In the report of the proceedings of the Presbytery of Illawarra, on the 25th nltinlo, I ami reported to have said that "I had ino..desire to go to Bombala." This is not a correct statement, srind is fitted to mislead. What I said:'tvas-"tbit ever since the call had come to moe, I had felt my mind greatly perplexed as to the path of duty between the conflicting claims of Shellharhor and Bombala; and thatwere the Presbytery to insistupon an im mediate answer to the call; yea or nay, I should feel constrained, with my present light; to give that answer in the negative." But that is 'a very dif ferentt thing from saying that I had no desire to ,o rto Bombala. In short my view of a: case of 'this kind is this-a minister's present flock ans alwlitys the first claim'upon him, other thitgs berine soite. what equal; and that wheh a minjster'slprsf?u?t flock shows a strong desire to rdtait him, tsnd to;do for the maintenance of ...

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[FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.] Sydney, May 5, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 May 1860

- pf0 Itox OUB YNLE COIIIIFSI'iPNDIENT.] ;f .Sydney, May 5, 1860. FAoRTU?ATELY- we'have?nt-_nt week of fine weather at jait, the strets areiagaih enlivened by the.)pre ince.dif.'he lihiel-ginghhius are laid by fir the nieif tdeliige, and parcsols ore in.the.nscendnlint, it in •'tbieli hopied thnt fir soni'c time at least they .will - continue eo -The cotintry m inis have been a?h -uinabled-to bring~acnoitn ':nf the vihrioit inuni.a htioasi vhicbi so fir its wo 'live' luiard hive .leon co?ofine to the coaSt, nid the io snutihut. S.vydney -his utiffered very-consideritlly,nand in. the. rilwh.y .the lamtage has beeth iery ,reat, it in ,y lie turned to qome ise in ascertailing theo rehitivo prlliriiio of timhner and brickwork :seiployeid in r, ilnaya. arid thus give Assistonce 0t the pra eait iiivectinnt tions": which are ening on. ii crniiroti.in. with Moen si Potond Cmliitiv '. contract, ;yir ?"irni 'clor damnge will come (tit the grean relief .f the Governnient) imndber lthe jjiliiti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 May 1860

.uinrt rt n4 Torrani m-3 rie Terms: ~ .r. n phsddAi Advertising.--Four lines and tinder .....';.?2?' ,, Eih ..... Six ... :.... .;.. :::;; -'f"`. '5'0 ?b* S.... -Every additional line :.' . 6 " U-3 1trp Suhscription-Per quarter in avanc . , At the eod lot' the' quororr111 90. Siutle copies, each ......... 0 6 The quarters and on the last day June, m eptewa., Decenibher, and March, respectively,; , ; c/,a KtAnrA e-Veeio, nod 1oi5eiid iby the, InvvofitJdns?.,,nt.,th'sF.?aeafner-Generre 'istfl t bl be6 •honibahvea-sterot, Ktimeioe af'eeoealturn.tilauIo,?f~tep.Ita

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 May 1860

, TO TE EDiTOS OFTtrn KZIAVA EXKAMNICi. Sen,-Thiugh.living at this distance from Kiamr,e. mny.friends;keepnmecin full possession of all tlat It goitne on .among-.you. I rcceive the Exarniter regularly, and .have beon, greatly rejoiced at the progress you.aro making as a' rna.coast town .:I tinust that progress will be front time to time, con? 'eilidatod, rand know nothing of retrogressioion.ot stianding still. Recently I have noticed intelligence in the zExaminer that has caused me and mine great isorrtw,-I ilinde to the death first of Dr. Munziosi: ianid thien that of Miss Ilindmarsh. Tlhey woerd gdod friends to all who clined kindness orhelp at theih liandis. Bth of them were very closely idle. tified.ivith the formation of our Presbytcrisn.caiiise. not alone in Kiama and Jambeioo, but throughout [llawarra generally. They are now gone from the: midst of you ; they will not again mingle in your assemblies; they cannot take part with you in sinj works you engage in. The decree hasa ...

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DAPTO CHURCH BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 May 1860

DAPTO Cuvncen, BAZAAP..-F-ortunately' for the siuccess of this bazaar the late bad weather did utot set in until iho bazaar was over, Tuesday andu Wednesday; the 94th and 25th; were fine days and consequently the bazaar was largely attended. All the fimilies residisi lii and ab ut Diapto cantribuited to swell the concourse uof visitors. and many. from Wollongong, not. wthid standing 'the, difficulties of the way, aiid several even from Sydney were there. The se lected goods wese exceedingly varied and. attraet. iveandincluded some choice articles of needle. work, wanx.fruit and flowers. . Amongst them were a beautitall vaie of wax frauit; presented. by ?. : H?awrih Esq.,, siseral elegant cushions, smoking.cap., taotefuli specimens of bead work, aund.'ther.'fancy articles tuo numerous to particu. laris... The? refreshment table was, bnuntifully esupplied .ubith comforts of various kinds, and was extensively ptitrtinised--especially~ by. tihe youthfisul part of the assembly. All the v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 May 1860

STEAM TO GERRINGONG;. A MEETING Hill be hold al Laing's Ini, on I IONDXY -NEXT, tho :14th (instnt, .ht Two o'clock, p.m. to devisg:nmeasuro `for obtaiing: Steam Communication to Gerringong in connooetion with the proposed Now Steam Packet Company. Several;Gontlmoen from Kiama will attend, LL Pirties Indeabted to the Undersigned are A ' particularly requested to settle their respec. tive account immediately . . . WILLIAM RITCHIIIE. Riversdale, 11th May, 1860. Notice. / LL Claims: againt the Undersigned" ar??e' .,; quested to be sent in on.or before ti e 26th! instant,,in consequence of his premeditited1 depar ture fur Europe. W" ILLIAM RITCHIE.jj!, Riversdale, 11th May, 1860...' " (.n " S . .':;-.z',Building'Allotmient ?' :! IOR- SALE" PRIMV,ATErLY,"'`n"vo easy terms F;::oFirst-rate for buisiness:'' S;: r,.? ,.?'MR.!POUI'TON, Auctioneer: £ 1 R'eward. L OSTi atSHOAIHA-VEN ,during the'Flood in Ii Feblirury, last,? GREY MARE, ;branied 'JR on thio near.ribs, supposed to have strayedd tow...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. GOULBURN. Tuesday, 7.5. p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 May 1860

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. [AIRIDOED FROSM THE HEIIALD AND EMPIRE.] GOULBURN. Tuesday, 7.5. p.inm FnEDEROiaK Clark and Ellen Monks, condemned to death for murder, sufferedthe extreme penalty of the law this .morning, at 80.9, in the Goul burn Gaol.. Mrs. Monks was very penitent,, and weak in body. Clarke ascended the scaffold in a firm step, anid persisted in: his innocence to tho last of the crime for which lie was executed.'. :; Both were attended- to the scaffold by the re spective' . clergymen .of their different deniomina tions, the Rey. Messrs. Sowerby and Darcy.. 10.30 p.m t .The escort left. forSydney, to-night with the following' total amount of gold from Kiandra, iraidwood,. Tumut, Adeloog, iaud Goulburn, 10,079 ounes, 5 dwts. and.20 grs.; Nothing later from the Snowy. i

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 May 1860

. PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE: ... TUESDAY.- .. - TUE Legislative Assoaibly. met at half-past three o'olook. In reply to Mrr. ototn, the Secretary for Public Works said.auiarrangement was made .to supply the.place of the Penrith bridge by a:punt attths.same rato.offa eres... In reply to Mr.:.Byrnes; th;e :Sebretary. for ii s e osOentence.was committed to one year's imi " prisonment, had been liberated' from Darling ,?'hnrst gaol.oin the report of the medical visitor, .who stated his health" to be so impaired ;that he would no tsurvivo the winter. Mr. Lyons asked the hen; the Premier, "Whe. ther the Government have thought proper to as ..; certain the truth of the statement, made in this House on Thursday eveninlg last, in referen'ce to Judge Cary-particularly that statement which went to.assert that the Judge, in .receiving a verdict from a jury, said he would send the prisolner ?pund guilty to Cockatoo-but that he ? thougg t the jury fitter subjects for that estab lishment." f Mr. R...

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BURNING OF SHIP CATEAUX WATTEL. EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE AND EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 May 1860

BURNIMVG, OF SHIP CAT4.UX WATTEL; EXTRAORDINARY CIFA itOE ND EVIDENCE. ,WILLr.M SASs, second 'officer of the ..Belgian Ship,: Caieaux Wattel, said. to 'be discharged, was brought before the. Court by doiistable Martin, into whose: custody :he lhad. been -given on" Friday night by a seamanu named Andrew lBowen, for setting fire: to the lbefore-inentioned. ship. -Prisonei was aplprehended at'tlhe Observar Hotel; but denied the chargo, and said.he knew nothing about it. Andrew Bowen deposed that he wis a seaman, and had left the Medway about six 'weeks ago having sinco been 'living at the Baker's Arms, Cumberland-street. :About' eiglit o'clock oii Thursday night he went down to Botts' Wharf, Darling .Harboi', to fish, and sat on the wharf until about lialf-past ten;, Hen saw the prisoner going on board -th Cateaux Wattel, 'is she lay alongside the Wharf.' It was a imnolighil'night, and he saw-the prisoner:Fake off the foro?hatoh, anio with'a-candle and -wooden box of matiches go into t...

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ADELAIDE. Tuesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 May 1860

A DELAIDE. .Tuesday, 6 p.m.:. It ih thoughtlthat tUe present iMIiuistry will be wdll supportcd..

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THE RAVENSFIELD MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 May 1860

TILE RA VENSFIELD MURDER. a. Fao THE M AITLAND 3rEsOURY.] GOROE .E. SWAN was again brought up, on remand, at the Court-house, West Maitland, on Thursday. The first witness called was John Baylis, who deposed that he was a farmer and stockholder, residing at Black Creek. He had never seen the prisoner before to his knowledge. Had known Mark Turner, of Loch invar, for the last ,twenty years. Was never present at any time when the prisoner gave Turner £49 for safe keeping, or any other sum James Spridgen deposed he was a contractor on the railway, and resided at Black Creek. His family reside at Hinton. About the 12th of March witness was stopped on the road, between the Spread Eagle and the turn off to the Wollombi Road, by a man coming from the Spread Eagle way. The man asked witness if he had any money, saying " if he had he meant to have it." The man was on horseback. On looking at the prisoner, witness was quite cer tain that he was noet the man that had stopped him. The man had a...

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DISTRESS IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 May 1860

t : 'DISTRESS' IN SYDNEY. O?Oii,Ta?.day last, Mt. PARKEs in an .elaborate "speech,. which, displayed considerable -ability, inluoved in Parliament the adoption of the re portof:the SelebtrCommitteo on the condition of the working olt.ises of -the metropolis. With regard to the fact that there is a certain amount 'of distresi at present existing, in Sydney, as we stated.in a previous paper on this subject,.there te ?os to be no doubt. What the causes ' of such an u' fortunate stt to of things are, there is -a considerable difference of opinion. But when the question is, how these causes are. to be re ' mov'ed, aid the distress alleviated, there is a still.greater. difference,, or .rather, as appoars, from the division lists, a very decided conviotion' ::-that in whatever way 'these evils are to' be i'emedied, the recommendations of the Select Committee are not'the most proper and effectual. MaR. PARKEs stated that while much of this distress arose from improvidence and indiscro vtiai...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS—NUMBA. TUESDAY, MAY 8TH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 May 1860

COURT OF 1PETTY SESSIONS-NUIDBA. TUESDAY, MAY'8T1. BEFOnE Keineth M'1Kn.s, Ja?ain'es Thonison, and ' A Do Me'lt, EsiiiresJ.IP.'s.; Jobileos Evans whibroitkht? up having been given into custody iiy Captain Sayers, on: Saturday last,. for Tofising to pay his fare by the River .Stnieaer, heconsented to.pay:the fare; 2s' 6d; anit allow the expeoneos" of convoying:::lhim., to: the. lock-upif 5s more, .h was released from custotly. Chliarles Woods w?is sthen' brongsht+biforerthe Bench, charged with petty Ia:peny, and committed to \Vullongong gaol, lbr 3 cslendar months... m - Postponed Court of Alipearl gain'stithedissess ment of the -Mnhiciiin l Coencil,' "for ' Nowra ,ird,. was held at Nowra, this da~,.befoir'e Kennith' 'M'Kerizio, "Jaimes Thomson,' Lindoi: ''Biddutlph, James -Aldcori, nnd. Andre.De Mestre, Esquires, Jolihi Daiwson appenlant was called on, who com plitined'he was exhorbit?ntly over-rated,' the ma. j6rity of the Bench overruled that the assessment ought to be based on th...

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PARLIAMENTARY PUERILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 May 1860

* PA'RLIAMENTAR Y- PUERILITIES. THE latest exhibition in this style. was the permiission given by the Legislative Assembly to the honorable member for East Sydney, Mr. Martin, to bring in a Bill to prohibit the sons of.judges to practice as barristers in the Courts over which their fathers preside. The House must surely have been in a state of temporary hallucination at the moment, or it never would have made so ridiculous a concession. The next'piece of special legislation which the House will be called upon to sanction, will be a Bill to prevent Mr. Jones from opening a shop ;next -door to Mr. Brown, or Mr.'Robinson from open ing a shop at all in the same line of business. If any.particularinjury is done to the 'sitors in the District Court, over which Mr. Justice Cary presides,'by,the fact of his son" practising as a barrister:in it, surely they have their comedy. by withholding their briefs, and ' surely ,this freedom of choice 'of their Zadvocato'is a stiffif oient protection w...

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CONTINUATION OF EUROPEAN NEWS BY THE MALTA FEARFUL SHIPWRECK. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 May 1860

CONTINUATION OF EIJ;LROPEAN NEWS ..BY THEi.. [FROM TIISBnIEALD' ADELAIDE TELEIaRAPHIC CORRESPONDENT.J' FEARýPUL' SHIPWRECK. TIE "Diamond;" ,one' of. the steamers belong to the Cork Navigation Company, was:: wrecked off St. David's Head, on the. 28th o'.f Febriniry *while on her way to'Liverpdol; and all: on .bdard numbering about 'fifty, were lost. AnI 'eye -witness thus"desciribes the te'rific: spectacle, in a communication which has been published :- The unfortunate .vessel was seen about eight a.m., near the South Bisho, ad Ramsay'Island, driv ing before the gale, and to all appearance under no command. . She struck the rocks and soon parted .in three places ; about thirty persons were seen. on board, among these were six soldiers and one female. ,Three of the men took a life-buoy -and jumped into the sea.; two of. these -were seen to sink very soon; one man,.assisted by some spars, lept oh thle water for some time but ultimately perished. Several attempts were made to throw a ro...

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SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 May 1860

. SHOAilAVI . : : ' The:: Local Floods' Relief. Committee, -met on Mondiy, April 30th i at Nowra Court Hotise, at nlonn. ' Presnt--Jnmes'c Grahtai, 'Eeq :J.P., i ayoi, .in theo chir.. Alderman Mlunroliind' M'Giire, Mosrs:. John.Gibson, John - Cnmpbell,Hugih 'M'Kinnon, and Michael Kennedy. ir. Thomas 3Boyce, -secretary, read the corrms ipomlrnce. .•. Alesolved- , That.the Chairman-shall have .a casting-vote in case of 'equality of votes, besides his vote ans: inember. - ; The:Committec then forme;l the: following, rules for distribution;of, thb filidss at their "diiipoaisl. : 1i.. That:those who have ?" lost liduses, ftisriture, nnd tools, shall be the first class, tasi.en" iito consi deration. - 2. That those wsho have .lost ..working bulloc?, ero to be ttkcn intoito. consideration after the others.; . : 'The Committee adjourned to Saturday, 5th My,. ot.11 o'clock,ii.m: All anpplictitions for aid to be hatiiued to the Secretary befuor'10 o'clock on Satin day...l , -. . The Committee...

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BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 May 1860

BRAID WOOD. TIE following intelligence is from the Braid wood Dispatch of the 1st instant : The creek, known as Jillamatong Creek, began to rise most ominously on Friday evening, and continued to do so all night and for a consi derable part of Saturday. In the afternoon of that day, however, some adventurous souls managed to get across the dam, over which the water was pouring rapidly; their examples were quickly followed by others, and meat, bread, and other necessaries were conveyed across to those who were half famished on the other side for want of them. The water in this creek was nearly as high as it was in the flood in February last; the Pound Creek rose in proportion, and was for some time impassable, the force of the water having carried away the saplings that had been laid across the bed of that creek at the spot where the last bridge was carried away. Of course, all sorts of rumors were afloat in town as to the damage done. It was reported, amongst others (as we stated in...

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WESLEYAN CHAPEL ANNIVERSARY, KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 May 1860

IYESLE"'Y, CIIAPEL ANNIVERSARY, KIA- MA. 0I--APOET. Aniiversarics have. invariabhly xcitetl great interest amotigast the Wesleyans in this neighbor 'hood. :E.tch successive year has given increased impetus to the pleasing gathering of our friends from the various parts of the "district; and it is stated 1vy tiose who are best acquaiuted with the history tf !"he Church .in-this locality that there hasn not been so large an assembly on a similar occasion. On Sunday morning, the 'W?sleyun Church was crowded, and many left because no accommodatiolh could be'afforded. In the evening, tlhe congregation cnas not sn good as we had reason to expect. The collections 'amounted to £6 8s. 8S. On Tuesday morning, the Rev. J. Watkin preached an excellent serm'oh from " When Christ, who is our life, shall appear; then shall we arlso'appear with him in glory." The collection.taken up was £4 3s. At the close of the.service, the friends were ilivited"to fake tea in the spacious asl,\omn~odioiss tent w...

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