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LATEST FROM TARANAKI. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 May 1860

; LATEST FROM! ROI TARAN"A.KI. BY the- arrival, of the Lord Wor ila y v iehave :Tairlnalti ieiws to thi 26thi ultimo.. '?e take the following fromi tihe uliakland.E.ai?iiner : W' w liuvo r?ellable iiformaiiltiou. thtt the mnes seng er desiatched fiom- Waikarto to 'iquiro itoiib. W. Kiag's title? have: repoited' adverse to him, .and Ithhtlt qtitiouit, exIlitidt cpiesed h sinoelf tin positi e. trris '.to the efl'et tiltltit:he would have nothling to b:do with thl Tiati ii 'kaffair, ,unil thiit ,.as to' th'p'io e 'iihio ad taken to pluntder and mtt det, it. wis inot likely that peace woult be made w ththem It is ,expetedi',, that .th; Ngittimanibspotes, a sectionr who side with the Taranakisi, andsNga tiruanuis,i..will:come:to' King-'s iissistiaice, and by:theis road. endeiaor to' 'utt off" TL Teiisr and lhuia,wlhobni ythey regaid as the cause of all that has taken place . .But., althoug l:titer?; is: good reason for beo lievisig that the liWaiksatos.will niot now :intoer fere, it appa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KIANDRA DIGGINGS. Kiandra, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 May 1860

:KIA(NDRA DIGGINGS. -4--- (raO SPECIAL COSRREPONDENT OF THO S. M. nERALD.) IKiandra, April 27.. THE arrival of the police force from Sydney, the return 'of Captain Cloete, and the occurrence of another fall of snow, consticute. the chief events which have transpired since the despatch of my last letter. Pending the erection of per manent quarters (which are being proceeded with under the superintendence of Mr. Moore, of the Architect's Department), the constables 'are encamped unider cativas near the :Commis sioner's .tent, and 'are endeavoring to make themselves as comfortable as circumstances will permit. They appear to.. have had a rather' rough time of it on the road, and were, no doubt, surprised on arriving here to'finid.ihoprepara tion made for their reception--I mean in the shape of quarters. However, there is no fear of their wanting for anythirg .now; The tempo rary encampment will shortly give place to a snug wooden building, and there will he no lack of provisions, as I ...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 May 1860

..:DISTIRIOT INTELLIGENCE. I[rOe OUR COnnRESPO?NDENT'IS. i GE •RINGONG. W\Ve have been:visited by that destructivo p:est the catc'rpillar, in groeat numbers. As yet tlheir ravages have been confined to patches hero and there, and I trust thley will not incrense and become .general, forif-eo, they would largely increase the distressi that now prevails, as may be seen by the nmuber of lenses-of frmaseilieg at present. . SI am sorry? to have to esay thit tilere' isa pressing necessity for a conslable to be srationed at Gerrin. gong to provent thed continuance of a system of petty.thieving that alas been going.on. for, a long time, and is now incriasicng, owilng, no, doubt, to the impunitywith ·shich: thlee partiies"ni carry on their knavishe'practdces. The inhabitants cannot, now leave their clothes on the lines, or fowls, or anything out of donts at, night. On one occasion Mir..Wilson left'ei lot of potatoes dlug and piled. ready for carrying.niray, but he was saved the trouble. When ...

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[FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 May 1860

[FROM ,OUR SYDNEY OOluEBPONDENT.] IT is no uncommon thing for writeor of the prosont day to dwell with a spirit of extreme complacenoy on tho immease advances. which have taken- pla?ce i?snt ce;'liteiatufe; and commmra"ci development, the merchant-can now send his intritctions almost instantaneously to distant correspondents-the seas ars bridged by powerful steamers, and. the unedu. cated class are being operatedl on by ragged schools, mechanics' institute, free lectures, and a thousand oither influeneces unknown to our grandlfatthers. In the midst of the universal push and bustle, when one can for an instant pause in some of the by-laws (so tospeak) of life, the reflection is extremely apt to come. Has the moral development of the age been in keeping with the mental? HIave we not in the eager desire to attainis tihe one, beeon but too apt to look at it as an end, in plee of a means. Our prisons tell a tale that education has hIad little effect ofitself to preserve integrity, and po...

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BUNGAREE, KING OF THE BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 May 1860

BUHGA4REE, KIIO OF TIIE BLACKS. SrioMs 1CKREs'. ALL '~iE. YEAR ~aoURD.] E,_irtal?-:.ate'refew' bld: An'str~tlin --clonlsts to Shodm?ltli name of :Bungaree is not familiar ,; " q. ei?e. tght that the whole world oul- ? knro something of this departed- mo 'crcli,;. anid- of his habits and peculiarities. Zonoredj as ,I was, by his favor, politely } :ested, as I always was whenever I met his ,,ajesty in the streets 'of Sydney, flattered, as :1;was, when:he invited me occasionally to ac .com'pany him il his boat to " go kedge fils," I i"on:is'ider, myself 'as well qualified to become his bliographei as was Mr. Boswell to write the :;tJi ts:of' Dr. Johnson, or Lord John tRiissell that wit-of Thomas MooreI "::'"Kini Bdngaree and mysdlf werecontempo vbaries i but there was a vast difference between our ages. When I first knew him, hoe was a nari; over sixty, and I a'boy of twelve. It 'Amould be false to say that I cannot account for a" gireat likling the king always had for me: ;,r, the, tr...

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

- SHELLHAIRBOtb The BMunidiiial Coiuncil met on Tuesday, 8'th ainstant. 'Present-The fuill Council. Minutes of previous meeting were read and con firmed. CORRESPONDENCE. I : . A letter was receivedifrom the manager of theo Lnglish, Scottish, and Australiain Chartered Bank,: Sydney, expressing. willingness to; grant to thie' Council a cash 'credit to thseamouint.'of one tlioi sand pounds upon approved pl ibr-tnal 'seourity, upon the condition that payminents mahido'bytlio Council be mdeo in the. notes of the Bank drawn frbi the Branch at Kiama. - Thle whole of the Coincillois agreed 'to! sign the necessary bond. L?! .-? . " , " A letter was received: from C. T. Smith, Esq., stating that lihe had been instructed by the proprie tors of tile land at Shellharbor. to inform the Coun cil that what is called the drift-way at the harbor is private property. nad that any interference 'with it by. thi' Council.will be deemed a trespass, and be puiished is esiich by an action for damages. .'Aso...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) PORT OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 May 1860

SIUPPING INTCELLIGENCE. (.i.d(nnwOED "ýFAO) 1.URn DERALD AND ZhPLKL) _... _:. PORT OF SYDNEY (Gi L srCsn3' Ivw~t'rc3.-iw r `: tv *ora' Creina (a.) from = iJ·,ti.rllon;oeid'.Iiiill tý luul Niofhltliven, joith l ip egs. 'bii ,tei: "7 paga, '13 1v~.d 6 casos egsa, 5 .coup poult ty =Soovrwic ' t pleni m WI ioa niith 60 tois coal M11ny 8. * ,acooan (a.1i I r Ol W 'ollo1gogi,, With nouni ies. Mor} 9. 'arowco'ml Wi iliam mllfh Ann, front Wollongong, initli 87 tom'bcoril.. Co imnmomOurin its, Son~nir for Ilellaomhi.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 May 1860

I iit .:. :" NOTICE. TO ADVERTISERS. ZnT':E7beg to inform our advertising friends, that ,i ,- * "i we intend in fature to render'our ADVpRTISING ACCOUNTS MONTHLY,. (; sad'dat advertisements from non-subscribers, must i in;allicases be paid for when brought to the office. ,I 7,This'arrangement has become necessary, to enable ': thoeproptietors to meet the large outlay incurred in ibringing'out the paper, and it ,is hoped that their I ;supporter's will so far aid the proprietors in their Sundertaking. The Examiner may be had at Mr. Dixon's, S?Ctral Store, Kiama. : ti'l N'K 'OP NEW SOUTH .'WALES. . .: 'Pad.-up capital ., .. 500,000 ! ::I ,. Reserved fund .. .. ..205,000 : " This ank allois interest upon deposits, if lodged for !' " afltd'periods, atrates varying from 3 to 5 per cent., per 'i 'asinumand allows tle immediate transfer of such per ,'tiion of customers' balances as may not by them be im S.mediately required to a deposit accoint, at the above rates of interest. Dividends on ...

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TO OUR ADVERTISING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 May 1860

TO OU'il ADVERTISING FRIENDS. , • Advertltr.t .t e roprtlecntrly requested to rend In their favors ' oby;;.le prm?c?l hburof 4 o'clock on tle reenlng precodliog the Sdty ofpl u.tlctlion. ' Wnt of nttlottlou to thisr. occiulonI more *''.dtlay aud incoovotulone than they muay Imaglne. STOORtESt ONsDEftTS. i't It 'lp0rtii?tlrly requeltedl that letters for the Examinrr may b,_ b!.ddre.ud to thu.Edliltor. only, (without meotloulng any . mc) ti 0ordr to pr?rventt ctttooolnOn. "All eotmutloe tlouatltEonddrt'tlr Ilnsertilon must be Ruthentl "cnttwl by. th,? u,11nel.Ad 3dltveS (If the writer--not necessarily : 1o ,i'o pubtiatlon, but.ma guttarutee or good faith. "t'cttttttt uadeltako tq rturo irrjected cotmouuiationon, S".<lTrrtIers v.ro requested to be parlicular In mnrking tho t '. nutnit o vo tnseritton.'ori enrh anlttrtltsemnt otlherwise thy will Sbiinsvrtl-d nnl chatdt for. till countermatndtd. Orders for ' wlthlraw:d or :dierlonr. n, mut ble su tl to the oflc (In writing) t ...

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

nr.1uY. 'Iii of the 3'rr Don th I -unrin** * I MAmsc ; $ rTUIw.1 ....... 1 ]i. 618 S4 21 * I.8I)n.Y .. 11 618 4 22 8'LD ...... " 14 610 -5 zI 23 I IU I XNMNER. -" rBDLISIIED "1 VERY ' 'I)NEsDAY AND SATURDAY.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 May 1860

BIRTH. On Tuesday morning the 8th May, at her resi- dence, Pike's Hill, Kiama, Mary the wife of Alderman   Joseph Pike, of a son, William.

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, 9TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 May 1860

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, 9TH MIAY. The Legislative Assembly met at twenty eight minutes past three o'clock. In answer to Mr. Wild, The Seoretary for Public Works .said a .sum had been place on the Supplementary Esti-: mates for the erection of a bridge at Picton, and that there was no present intention of establish ing a telegraph office at Camden. In answer to Mr. 1'arkes, Tile Secretary for Lands said it was intended to lay the Lanud Bill on the table next Friday, on which day he believed he would be able also to'lay on the table the bill'to establisbh. an Elec tive Legislative Council. No other. bills. had been promised. It was the intention :next ses sion to introduce a bill to revive the tariff, but it could hardly be expected that the. Govern mentcould enter into any explanation . of the principles dfthis measure before the.proroga tion. Papers were laid on the table o'by Mr. Robert son and Mr. Weekes, including a communica t.ion from the Gold Commissioner at Kiandra, ...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 9TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 May 1860

PARLIAMENTAIRY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. •WEDNESDAY, DTH MtAY. TUE President of the Legislative Council took his seat at twenty minutes past four o'clock. The assent of the Governor-General on be half of her Majesty, was received to the Gun powder Exportation Prohibition Bill. In reference the Queensland Debt, the Colonial Secretary replied to MIr. Dens Thom son's question that the subjeo.twas one of suoh importance that the time which the Government had hitherto been able to devote to it had not been stificient to enable them to arrive .at any conclusion as to the course to be pursued. As to eneroachments in Double Bay, Mr. Johnson was informed by the Colonial Secretary that no authority had been given for them, other than wascontained in the grants of land in ithe neighborhood. The Colonial Secretary. laid upon the ttble corresponldence referred to in the question of Mr. Docker. The motion for a vote of credit for May was withdrawn by the Coloniial Secretary, who sub stit...

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PUBLIC MEETING IN REFERENCE TO JUDGE HOLROYD. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 May 1860

PUBLIC IEETING I/N REFIRNCE TO JUDGE IIOLR.OYD. (FROM rusu, islPIIE.) A PUBLIC 'meeting was hleld at the MIed anics' Institute, "' for the purpose of giving exprcssion to public opinion on the extraordinary remarks and decision of Judge IIolroyd ill the case of Lung v. Macdonald." Every portion of the building was crowded to overflowing-so much so, that numbers could not obtain ad-' mission. The Mayor, before the business of.the meeting comihenced, 'stepped forward,. and .said that lie had been called upon one day 'last weekli, by a number of his fellow citizens, who requested him to convene tlihatmeceting. Considering the position of Judge Holroyd, he (the Mayor) con sidered it imperative 'on 'hi'n to avoid offering any opinion; hle had,'therefore, called thile meet ing; at thile same' time hlie did not wish to :bhe identified with"tho proceedings. His friends had relieved'him from the'chair 'and appointed another gentleman to fill.:it. He trusted they would'give:the various speake...

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THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 May 1860

.1,THURSDAY. -' T-s Legislative Assembly mestl at half-past three o'clock; ' :Papeis were laid on the table by Mr.' obert ion 'and ordered to be printed.. .... SIn answer to Mr. Hoskins, the Colonial Triasurer said the Government of Victoria had entered into no arrangement with the Govern meit of this colony with respect to levying the expoert duty on gold, and that the present Mli nistry intended to carry out the resolution of, the:House and repeal the duty. jin answer to Mr. Parkes, the Secretary for Lands said the Government were not prepared to.say vhen, after the prorogation, the Parlia inent would be again called together. The Ministers would be anxious to commence the next session as early as possible, corsistently with their duty in preparing their measures. I-Ir. Lord presented a petition from'481 in hqbitaits of Dubbo, praying for the establish ment of Quarter Sessions in that township. >0n,the motion of 'Mr. Weekes, the House went into Committee of Supply. The sum of £...

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BUNGAREE, KING OF THE BLACKS. II. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 May 1860

BViGAREE, KING OF THE BLACKS. a, s[EROX DrICKEZN8t--ALL:.THE YEAR- ROND.] - II. HAvINo had the misfortune '(if misfortune it 'were), when I was in my sixteenth year, to be transported from my native land, Botany Bay, :Y'to theopenal settlement of Great Britain, I lost sightof King Buirjaree for a long time. 'I was tried in my mother's drawing room, on a charge of having a great aptitude for learning, but a zwant of perseverance in my studies. The sen tence .passed 'upon me, was, " Seven -years to ;England," the first fourrto be kept to hard labor :with a private?titor, and the remaining three to ,,be spent in one of the penitentiaries of Oxford ;or Cambridge. .I was informed that ever-yin "d?1illgence (compatible with reason, and with're 'ference to my position as one of " the lords of .' Botany Bay") wodld'be allowed me.; but upon :.no acount would I be permitted to :return, tintilthe full period of seven .years had " ox pired." SAs I am an Australian, writing a biographical: -mtem...

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TO OUR ADVERTISING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 May 1860

'TO OUrn ADVErTEISIsNG FRINDS. Advertteer, are potrtlc;rly rquested to rend In their fevor by tbh pr eribed )tour or 4 o'clocr on the eveglny proedig the day ~of~aletlon . Went of ttenloon to thls, occisiou mor delay anm tL ncnveneleo than they mtay tioaine. TO CORRESPONDENTS. It is partIcul.?:ly reqcented that letters for th Examfear mny he addroeot to tho Editor, orly, (eithoaut mentlionlg any nemaetinbrder to preventoonfelton. All cotmmunications Intetdd nfr inserltion must bo authenltl cted by tlo nnae and addre?s of th writer--not necessarlly for publicatton, but ea n geunree o of good falth. We cannot uhdertake to return nredcted.oomoaunicntlons. Ad Dertleer are roquosted to be parYtculer in marking the number of Itsertloons on eah adveroittoeome otherthont they wllt bhtInserted end rharged for till coutetloletltldd. Ollere for wllt/trwane or alter telnns, utat be tont to tho oflce tin writing) before ndon or the day prlordto ptlbliretion. ,WED.NE,.SDAY, MiAiY 1!, 1860.

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ULLADULLA. May 7. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 May 1860

. ULLADULLA. nMay 7. PoLIoE CounT.--Befote Meossrs. R. Seccomlbe, J. Warlden, John Kendall, and P. H. Sheaffe, J.Pt W. Ililey v.'Jolh:Allcn, for £9 19g, being the value of a mare, supposed to have boeen lost by theo flood at'Shoalhnven iun February lst. Riley lent the -more to Allen to: rtin the mail, lie being the ninil coitractor between hero nod Shonlhhven, and while in Allen's piossessio'n the mare was' lost. TRiley often asked Allen to.advertiseo for the more. This ho (Allen) rofosed to do, and also rerused to make Riley any romaneoritioi for his maro-alleging that he was not responsiblo for her, oras Allen himself anid, " that he was under no resolonse for her." Thero were no witnesses betivuen them, and the -swearing was truly awful-one swearing to state ments directly opposite to the other thrbughliot. Their worships thought it was the least that'Allen could:ldosto pay for the more. as she was in hisser vice when she was lost, so they gave a verdict for the amount, and cb.ts...

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THE WATER RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 May 1860

THE WATER RESR.V , TWHIEN O"C?AIN PPIitLtP arrived in Port Jacekson with t?ha~first fleet, he-looked out for a fit pineto found astowi. .In fixing on a spot for that purpose, he describes, in his narrative, the pleasant sight of a nicelittlestrehm running .into what is now Sydney Gove, that he conceiied aohild be suitablejfifr supplying tho.infant.settle ment with.water, little thinking of the different fate that would heful that streanlet. It is.now knowin in Sydney as th'dtrink Stream-the iim pure drain of a large portioon of .the:town, little fitted for tihe object he had in view. - Such are the thoughts that occur to usiwhen we look at the little stream tlhat feeds what is called the Water Rferveo in Kiama. For the lasi two or three years the inhabitants have had to devise plans to get rid of too much water, rather than to think of schemes for seciring it. But those whovhave.lived in our. little town for fifteen or twentyyears:know that there have been timeswhen: the o~lly place...

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 May 1860

SECOND DAY?i There were not so.many people on the course as yestereay but the sable tribe mnstered well." First Rlace:--A Bridlo . 2 miles; heats. Mr. Smith's-Queen of Trumps 1. 11 Mr. Stapleton's Theorem ... ...-2 0 Mr. Connally's Black-and-Black .. . 3 0 Mr. Myers' Pony ... 4 0O A good start, and all nIwany weill together at a rattlingpnice. The first time round, the Queien was lhotly Iursueod by Blalck-and;Black to the turn ai t the irunningin,, when he bolted,-theo Queen win ning the firstlheat. After the time allowed, they were agein started, the Queen havirig: it her own way; Blaclk-nd-uBlack could not be kept on the course, anti the others nowhere. Second Rlace.---The Spectators Handicap. 3 miles; dne event. Mr. Parnell's Miss folineu'x ... . ... : .... 1i Mr. Stapleton's Dora ... ....... .. ..2. Mr. Smith's Molineux .. .... .... ... 3 Dora came out with a fresh jockey to-day (Mr. Stapleton, jun.), her owner'being fully determnined to make iher atone for hler conduct on the p...

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