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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 May 1860

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. FReOM OUR CoaeResPONDENTs.] JAMBEIBE00.O TnE appronohing match iat cricket, naainst the Wo6llongong men; is exciting considerablo iritorest here, not only among the anctil playors, but also among all whothink it worth While to pay any at tention to the enconurago'enient of manly sport and good:followship'in:general. The eleven who are to oppose the .Wollongonges- and'(I suppose). Dap tonian players have been dily-selected from among, th.e Jamboroorian, Kiinmeas, andl Gorringongeso players; but:as there is,still, I believe, some pro liability of a change in the members of the band, I-do notforii:sh any'list of'their names at present. The ,eleven .have been, practising on the ground selected' for the match ;and if some of our ihatsmen defend their wickets as successfully againt the Wol longong bowlers .ns they haIve done against our own; the i?core.- will at. least run pretty high. On Sist?urlsy ;-the :- .eleven .propose to - play a match for a luncheon, againt ...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 May 1860

R;,, IAMEMTARY. INTELUGENCE. -'-: ,-:LEGISiATIVE COUNCIL; . A..tiC ounicil met: on Thursday at half-psat f ou ::i -oo ut'clock. ". :. 6' !Mr -P)eas Thomson brought up the report of ".'the Standing Orders Committee in reference to Sprivate bills, which is for adoption by the '":..House on Thursday next, and, if carried, will ,..gave:promoters of private bills the preliminary S"expenses which they have hitherto been sub S. jected from lapse from session to session of in ': cmplete private measures; S"Onthe motion of Mr. Deas Thomson, the question of appointments of clerks and oflisers to the Council was again referred to the Stand ing Orders Committee. Mr. Johnson postponed his motion as to il legal public expenditure. .The consideration of the Newcastle Wallsend Coal Company's Bill, and the Parramatta Water 'Protection Bill, were postponed,-the pro :'moters not being present. S' The Mount Keira Tramroad Bill was ad vanced a stage. S Mr. Isaacs moved the second reading of the ''bill f...

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

SIOALIIAVEN. i'T; MIunicipnl Council met pursuant to adjourn. ment in the Court Houso, Nowrn, on Mondany; .lny 7th, nt 2 o'clock, p.m. : Prc.;~ t---Tl wIs'hipftl the Manyor in the chair. A.ltihrina a rluinro, i,', .M'tr.lth. 'tiGuire andi 'The Town Clerk read the minutes of last meet ing, which on -the'-motion of Alderman Munro, seconded by Alderiman .'Grath, weroeconfirmed. -. The Town Clerik rend letter,from the Clerk of tho Legislative Council, coivoying perinission from the Punse, for tih Council to adtend.th committee sittinig ontlho petition dt Alexander;Berry, Esq., by counsel or nagnt; or in nriy wd' theythought fit, if they judged it expedient. Letters were read, to the honorable the Secretary for Lhnds, non the proposdl lino of road from' Bdmna ddrir? to Nowra, 'and to the Surveyor General re questiig survey if'line of road from the settlement .it Good-Dog to Bomaderry Ferry.' . . . ' letterd weid'reial,. one received from the Shell harbori.Municipal Council, -requesting t...

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[FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.] Sydney, 12th May. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 May 1860

@noni laugonar ~sucohnshopbs;;ji.] . ] : "Sdney, 12th I-,ay.. Ov course'ibtpo?o'rtesat oint ivlii?ithe, w.ieok has hoben thile arrival of.the Englilh nid Eeitern in iils So far as we canjudge, the present st'at'of Europe is most critical; notwititainfiling .the' anibigtous desire fir peace expressed.in in:orda by tile vaiioius potentates, it must be evident thrit tile acts daily and lhonrly being committed, minust 'brin ,, metters to such a point tlhat ainy c:notise, howev'er trivial, will be the siPnanl for a :general-boutburst. How long this "hollow, tune". will.continiee it in imprisssible to conjecture; but thlere. is:no d6itbt En'glanrid; ill ldoher'utmor t to.preserve that peace so essentil to the prosperity of a commercial nation, ens lofiga she can do it li nrabnly. But the stnte of Iinly is past.patching ip: the people tiave had a glimpsoof freedom, nnd nothing will'detor theni inaking every s crifice to obtaiin ponsessiodi ofit.' ThIo e poit'ion of the Pope is most singula...

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TAMARANG RACES. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 May 1860

TAWARANG14'-Aa A Those camne offl pirsan to .odvertiem .- TL6e weather being very flii called.together some goodly few of pleasing countenanrices to witness thie sport, nnd;I:noticed a frlehd or two frobni ? h'Ki'am dis trict'amdngst the spectifoýrs: First Race.-A- gentleman's s'addle. 2 nilles- ono event.- Mr. Parnell's Miss Molineu .. ... 1 Mr. Torey's Dapple" - . --.. :-'.. ---:.. 2 A wvll contested race, but Dipplo-wvasobliged !to yiold to the youtn' d?nisel, and gavo her the prize. , Second Race.-A' ipledndid Bridle.'/ 2: miles; on event. Mir. Staplto6n's Tlieornfim : '' ... I Mr. Torey's Chesnut Mare ..... Two others also ?lirted. Won easily byTliheorndm. .- . Third Race.-Another:Bridle; 2 niles;'one event Mr. Bartlett's Shiver-tlieBreezeo ' .. .... 1 Mr. Smith's Queen of Trumips'... " 2.''i ' ; Mr." Stnpleton's'Hippy : ... . .. 3. - On going the first time round Hippy bolted, and: ould not'mnake his ground agaii. : Second time (ruud'thoQueen ran off the course, and could. ndt...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) PORT OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 May 1860

t£»»..i . -. ----- ,J-, .,.-.'**-- SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (ABBInI Z' P-aOr " n B A nuLD ?sMD JiSI'PIR.) "PORTiOF-SY)DNEY. A.t'nVAts.--May 10. 'Kiamii (), 200 tons, Captain Trn S?.,t rffon a;ti?tmbula-s8ch instaht. . Pasengers- ir.. Sand Mrs. Campbell bliss Camlibell.sand servant,AIra-* i"i?ailey, r31ssr. 'Weesham,6Wi'aneyjor,"Fox, Forbes, Man -ring, Fetch, Mlras ..~ lack, and 27 iin thetteerage. E. M.tiuning. agent. '1'1. Hollinside, ship, 63C tons, Cap tain Redland t ,.'rom the Downs 23rd January. Gil ,in WtW b, * anil Co ;ngehits. 12. tinter (s), 264 tons, Captain Slullivari, from Clyde River Ilth instant. S.Pa Asengers--Me.srs. 'oile, Juland, Stewart, and S2u.in 'tho siter.ai'e . HnlMnnuiig, agent.-Urara (n), 240 tons, .. Ca^ti'Viifeiaan,. froain Liverpoal 13th January aid ' Waerotird Ist February. Passengern-Mrs. n id liss .M'iMsbh Mr.anal Mr Robiion,;AMr. andl Mrs. Robinion, jun:, Mr i?htla'I. AG'ilbnks.. Messrs. White and Braid waithi.' anld tR. I Co.; agents. ''s'iCtt.srlan? ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 May 1860

-, N!,:: · 'OTICE. Oi "'ADYERTISERS. ftJT E beg to infordimour advertising frie;inds,' taiit .T . we initend in futtiro to render onur ii A DVERTISING ACCOUNTS MON'HLY, ' ndthati'adveirtiscments from non-subscribers, must zin'all cases'be paid for when brought to the office, SThis aFrahgement has become necessary, to enable 'the proprietors to meet the large outlay incurred in Sbringing out the papler, and it is hoped that their . supporters will so far aid the proprietors in their ,indertaking. The EAaminer may be had'at Mr. Dixen's5 Central Store, Kilama. '4BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES.- '. Paid-sip capital...........£500,000 R leserved feund . * . .. 205,000 . This Banhk allows'interest upon deposh, if lodged for .'anS rodas, t rates varying -stm a to a per cent. per aisnum, and allows the immediate transfer of such per tion of histomers' balastes as may not by them be lm nrediately required to a deposit account, at the atbve rates of interest. SDividends on shares in public companies...

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

-. DIAflY. Days'.of thed.W k. h___nounset- _ _ Moo WID-'NESI)A . '-'I; |lay I1y hi 1 I C 51 I 5 1 TIIUIRSDAY ... , I 51 I C 5 28 iPRIDAY.......... I 18 6 52 5 .0 . THE EXAMINER. ERY EPUD LISED ATURDY. •EVERY WED NE,'DAY AND SATURDAY.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 May 1860

; : COM3~ERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. S.'.n . "f, eriald aft Saturday:iast. reports as i; t neni'otherwiBa expressed, the prces ,quoted in this a,. rticle ard tihboi-in transiacions between the -producer Aom the first purchiser.' :; : " ' Wl hat, 9.- to 9s ad per bushel. .Flour.-ý-his article advanced £2 per ton on Friday; "ire 11t 9uao .qii-' -iu l Fine, £25, second g'qality £23 P. "tiiBuf"do bs 'Tho rise is caused'by the state o'f ..huo. urroundinq nmorkets,-.amu. our entiroedpendence s.upon iniportationai'... i :. Bran a 3dlderl?'.;.bnstl. B: mad.-id lper 2-lh. loaf. i ' . S clliscqit.-Mr. Wilkie quotes cabin liscailt at.'30s.-per S100 lbs;; nvy' bisbuit, 20s per 100 lbs. Mr. Ilamilton ?,; Cilin:3os ; na avy0s per 100 Ibs.' " ' ' • .iutchera' M?icto-Beef lid to d, mutton Sid to a3d, pork 4jd to 6d, -veal 4d to 6dper lb. Lanib 6s per ,.quarter.. ,,:. i :!'" '. - ' 'oultry and .Dairy Produce.'-Fowls 2s 6d to 3s, -tuinck 3s to-ls, Reesne.s to 9s, turkeyd 7a to I2s, pigeons Is "il,.. wild'tl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 May 1860

Shoalhaven.   MR. JAMES LANG, of Numba, Postmaster, has been appointed agent for the Kiama Examiner, at Shoalhaven, and is authorised to receive   subscriptions and advertisements._ FOR SALE. A Good Plough and Harrow,   Apply to   FRANK CARBERRY._ FOR SALE, every TUESDAY and THURSDAY, next to Mr. Cook's butcher shop, Kiama, a quantity of prime Sole LEATHER; kip,   calf, harness Leather, and grindery, also, Hides and skins bought.   R. BUSHNELL.   Kiama, 31st January, 1860._   Building Allotment FOR SALE PRIVATELY, on very easy terms. First-rate for business.   Apply to   MR. POULTON, Auctioneer._ THE CENTRAL STORE, KIAMA.—   (Adjoining the Court-house.)     Groceries, Drapery Oilmen's Stores, Boots and Shoes Ironmongery, Hardware   China and Glassware, Crockery, &c., &c. New Books and Sta...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 19 May 1860

NEWI Z'ALAND. TN additioh:to the papers quoted !csterday, we hIve 00w reeeiviedl jiuinals from j4:tiletooi tu he 2'8th. of . April, ifroll Contcerbury. to the 26th, ild frnom Iawkes 'Bay to the .18th .of: the same month. rThe Llttelton Tinies says :-A. distinct shock of cuarthquake , was pretty generally. felt at 2.9 nirites past two p m.;,on the 23rd April ? '.it lasted only a few seconds. Tlhougl the popular idea of clsocartlhqllaky.Kweathet ' is laugheld at by.scientific men, the. present shock occurred during'the most sultry portion of the ,warmest dayiv we have hlad for some time. The sittings of the littelton Proyvcial Ca! ouncil hilad closed. The Hawkes' Bay Herald of ApriliI4tl re ports fLllowing: 3IEIT''ING'OF THE PAI- WITAK.AARO. Yesterday the suplerintendelt swentin thi t" iah Whlakaniro (accord ng to oppiintment) 'to see and talk with the Native Chiefs upon the present aspect of affairs. Several genlemen accomnpanied him from towo -iMajor Young, Icssrs Tiffla, Tanner,, B...

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SYDNEY POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, 12TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 19 May 1860

2 SYDNYEY POLWCHl COURT. Sautn2DA, 12'ilr M^AY. BEFoR. the Right Worshilpfnil the 'inyonr, Cnptnin oentt. Mr. Inurdleokin, Mr. Anslher, Mr, Cohn, Mr. G. i Hill. Mr. Ross. John Platrick Arkinn wn Irnoulghlt up nul SchlnrgIed by inspectnr l?irrison witlh havin- Inst night, with otthlers, c?mmittelld a riot. Mir. linrriann deponedl.tlht nlout nini' l'cinek Inst nlighllt 1w 1 n?nv nfnd henel defeninat in Mnleqnnri-stre'nt, Ilntrnnlning a n moh in n violent mnner ill reflerence to certalin memhere of Parliament, whom n ho nalnlle. a1?d among other tlings h shalid lhait he wonlhltmake one to go in nnd kick tlhltn oullt. Ahillt htlf n Inlhllr afterwnart n] w hin at 2he nitolwrttn re-enitrance toI tho Perlinmn nt flons?s. HT then delnnluled ml mittnnce fir himeilf aIiI otlern who were a delplltnll. tion. Hi nmuldo Til way nlonn into th eliclluinre, S nld efter niltWlkien litth eteilte nrllllisee, lellrller l to the mnt nultsoide, to whom hle Ibriefly ailtssncdt him. self, n-d tlhn with nl e...

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THE UNEMPLOYED. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 19 May 1860

?:!?, THE UNEMPLOYED., [rnO' . r TIHE EMPIRE. MaB. WrLcox, in his examinioation at the Bar of tho :House on Friday, 11Ith instant, stated thnt good v'workmen on tho Northern lino earn from a s. Sto lOs. per day, and that he should bo glnd to tako .thrco or four hundred of the unemployed of Syd. ades at that rate. This statement was In reply to a question byMr. Scott. Mr. Wilcor is ctost anx ions not to be'l i llihder od ifithiiifiiiftiir, inrihe is quite prepnred.to : i j:out. Iis idfer; nil desires us to stetein cl ler tiris.a lm,, it lib'e ii willing tie do for tilhe unenpliye.,~ T?Yhe wiirkmen on tile blue who lre ecerlling from:8~.'to 10o. per diem areuem pluyed oi task wvork, niid Mr. Wilcox willgive the isame rates to sny oft Ili nencipliiyed who will up ply to hin.O6n the Northern line Now hicbi s iiii doubtedly emnployment Witlhin the. rench of ~svery manl whois willii" to work. : Wo hiive no `li t, iiit'flet we :harve nseertaindd, thalt the Government would willinglySlfford...

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NOMINATION FOR THE TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 19 May 1860

NOMcIW4TION FOR THE TUJIUT. ': (FroIdm'tAe:Adelong Mining Journal, Mao 4.) - TEPO'RA UOTh'i?t.aR-n.nd doTunut felt it yester dany. No troops oj f mounldd horsosemen fromn tlhe "Reef-no marshlled foirces of n well organised con test--gave any liveliness to the scene. A stranger -"finssing 'throangh the town wJuld not hase dreamed 'that an alection vnas about to take place. When :the proceedings commenced not more than fifyv' 'persons here assembled, and these principally froan ..the .Tunmut township.. Thec meeting throughllout c:was rfa most orderly character, in fict; as an elec ' tion, onelthlat might Ibe described as a very tame -affir.: The Returning-Oflcer, Mir.c J. A. Broush Ston, hlaving read tile writ, invited any electcr whcI lind a.candidata to propose to do so now. Mr.. M. " . Lynch then ,presented himself, and liavico made lrafew hlcudatory remnrks, conclucled by sayin Ihe Sh?al nmusl pleasureinproposing John Piper Eg:'n, :Esq. asn fit dnd proper person to represeust the ...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 19 May 1860

CO5i~AflRRB INWAIBSI. Jodii~ltiDel):iiis,' frodm'~Ynriia wRth sund ieA ;J ~net · Uitn~ : 'Porpoise, from Shoadhoven with soiid' ln: - Many 15. NbOi Ceiiii (i.4;frb~m WVollongong~ witlnisiid~rles.: '

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EAST MACQUARIE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 19 May 1860

BAST MACQUARIE ELECTION. (From the 'athiurst Times, May 12.) TnCEpolling for this electorate took place on Thurs day lanst, the result, as fsr as practicable, was pretty 'enerally known the same evening; the fullowving, Ihowerer, is official declaration; Dangar. Deuiehy. M'IGuigan. XKlso.............. 7 85 38 Petl.............. 1 61 . 13 S. O'Connell......... 1 30 66 Sofal............... 0 251 01 ".ish irer Creel 1 265 5 •Meadow'Flat, .. 1'" 4l 2 11 l 4913 216 215 S IMajority forDfcniehy... 281 .:'Theecitetmenit nt Kelso, throughont the day, S wiioe intense.'ihthwithstandin" which, the proceed ngs :were characterised by the most perfect order, . anld we- lhave not hearil a single instance at eidtler Sof the polling-places of a Ibranch of the peace. At about a quarter to five o'clock tie Returning-officer at Kelnso, left the Coachli and lorses, anl proceeded across to the hustirigs, and announred the reslult of the p11o. Very shortly after this, Mr. Thomas ..Ctmmins came riding uip i...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 19 May 1860

a:LiIy I 1i-Cdiiord.andl Nighltingale, mor Behlnmbi.::

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 19 May 1860

xPARELIAMIENTAlY INTELLIGE±NCE. , WEDNESDAY. :lThe' Legislative Council sat from twenty ilnutes past:four o'clock until seven o'clock. -'A letter from MIr. Moss, an officer of tlhe Shoalhaven Munlicipality, 'ed to a few observa tions'on the subject of privilege. The writer intimated that the course of summoning wit cesses to Sydney was not a desirable one, but a tfax on the people of Shoalhaven, and that " if Mr. Docker was desirous of conducting the enquiry impartially," a commission should be appointed to take evidence on the spot. This was held to be a suggestion of partiality in Mr. Docker, and a breachl of privilege, and . Ias ordered to be omitted in the printing of the document. This Attorney-General obtained leave to bring in three bills, namely --a bill for the ,contiiumace of Temporary Acts-a bill to repeal certain enactments as to the modes of proof in certain cases-and a bill furthler to amend the Law of Property and to rehleve trustees; all of whlich were read a first t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 19 May 1860

oiondrou?.flicaoy of Row's Embroostion, or Farmer's Friend. HE following extraets from letters received by the 'prbprieters tre deemed suflicient to aonvince the public qfitsoutility : ,'J. Q. WhitoEsq., many years stud-master'to the Aun tr'alian Auricultural Company, Port Stephens, expresses Iis opii6n that" no one ought to travel without it: ito atirativeoffects ore sorprising."-H. Zouch, Esq., states that "previous to the introduction of the Embrocation into the force of the Sootheri Patrol, constant recourse was necessary to the veterinary surgeon, which is now unnecessrc." - Mr. Andrew Grebben, tlhe well knoirh fitrric? ofSyldney,oirites " thast Io has had such undoubted proofs of its efficacv, as to warrant hlim in recommends log it most strongly."-Henry lRotton, Esq., H[.P., des gnates it."a most excellent application."-Jolhn Perry. Es?., the'mail cottrateor, "ilas used it withl gredt success in'liis extenoive coaclhing establishment ;" and Mr. Samuel Smitl; coach proprietor,...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 19 May 1860

(iL'O M iERC 1AL I±NELLIGE NCE. inE Empire'if Wedsesday says: SA meeting of t?eroditor's of Messrs. Kirchliner and Co w.as hehld o0 Tend, av. nld a statement of their affeir, prl'ed. ''hie result'if il nt so st.i?f?atoryr a was even unticrpoted, anrl the general olpiion is thot the tdividenl n the estate will he nominal. Mr. Hotmiina, oe of the late pijrtners, read a letter to the moneting, in whichl he stated in.itad of his being a debtor, ia' their hnloilce. heeht shoiws,hie.ie a seditor to a II'.esamounsnti. Finallyv lesrea.. A Macarthur, Geoffrey JEagor, and. Lotze were isjifitiiddtriite~is, pending advliees from: the European creditors. Prolhbly the estate will go through the DInhrnpte* Court.. :. . . " -.Flour.has been.veryfirm at.U£5 forfirsa, and £23 for seonds.-?lolders of Adelaide also quote £2'5 as their: *prices... th: e Theb purchasers of the wheat egElectra, we unlderstand, quote los d. -.

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