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THE SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATE FOR 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 19 May 1860
TH:gOsUPPLRMENTtRY ESTIM4A- - FOR [FROe THE ILLAWARRA MERCURY.] THERE was laid.silon tlie table of the Legisla tive Asseisibly. a: ". Further additionalEstimate of the E;panditure of the Governmnent of New 8ith wii fo 1800," from chich cdbidt 1we .ext tthe fdllowing items, beig uoheli is iil' doubtless interest our readers:- WOLLONOOooa GaoL.-Gaolers t £120i Warden at 6s. per diens, £102 IOs. Total, £229 18s. WoLcowooNo ScnooL oF AaTS.-Isn aid of the erection of on condition of an equail amount belnpgraised by public subscription, £600. In aicdof an outfit for on condition ofa like amount being locally contributed, 2400. Total, -?£1000?. -- . CUMBERLAND AND COAST DISTtICT COURT. --Registrar at Kiama, £80. WXOLLONGONO AND BELLAMBI CUSTOMS. ActingCustoms Officer, £52. Pilot at Mornya, £175; twdo boatiizi' at .6B 0,:£192; boat and incidental, expenses, £Q0. 'Total,£427. . ;: Eadr. the repair: of damages, done by.thje floods to the roads, other than lmuin :roadis, there is a lump sum of...
GERRINGONG SOUTHERN COAST STEAM PACKET COMPANY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 19 May 1860
GERRINGONG SOUTH ERNS COAST STEAM S PACIE'T COMPANY. ' ~roT n.DITI, yOF .'rt ltAhA VI.A?itS?.. Sch,-- have been ilkingt?.)or a'report of-l the n?cet in., callei for Moohily 'Inst, ?hy advertiseinenit, iri your Saturday's issueof the 12th instant, ca. I waii told the reporter was present ndi takhilg notes; which; perhapsi heIlost, aiid so yon conlh nt prilnt them; perhaps yoo msy find space for the roughl rnembraudoun which I heirewith litrnis yon, andl if the pubtlic hrve cny benfit outt of tihei, w:?hi, I guess, you will-sendl me a haniliuiie cheqoe-ln-. deritstiiding lthe ljetivo to qiillify the vaieh which tile ceshier. ati our bank will place upon it-for supplying the missing dlcoments. Anxiously iwisitidig which, . I am,.yours, Occasrouar, CouRcePoxoDENT. At .nbout 'two d'cleck, p.m., on 3uonilny, the settlers interestied riconsiii eriig te ,practiicability of providing Steimn Picket eccommolation fTir Gorringodng ind the Fox Grontids, in connecti;on with the propodsdd now comp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 19 May 1860
[Ao)VIITI'StIsuT.] 0TO TIIK EI)l'rlsl IIF TlIK KIAi.A EI.4MINER. S IP,-Allow nu" thr, uiiih the ntuihium of your cllhllln s- tol sk t rthu-rItollit u'f thu nI-tli cli vetly ul Icttrtii in ntuwllllcero frmlil Syyllt ulltil SCural' thays huvt ehi1ei fI'Ir-m thn timtIt ohl thuir irriviI Sulch, ullllttll:s oulgltl tob l oo Illlkedl iiitho, ars 1' i1 tlhe t"ltlltU i' h?rtIt ilCOlivelniUt Ito urCU'p?UlileuitIo, nltw\ilhlitnlillig thu looseS it is likely to tnllst llor 0011t ii iutilthis. Hopiing tiL! tluhiyi is Itit owittg to tilhe Igligenlcu o ?th'lu hti;lnll Piortiniletr, lltln tlhit thtisu lew t, I'Lnirk. will do 4 lilttlin toWurtht rUtiuIClying this oftLit exittig evCil; I' r?lmir, .: r otirs obtdittttly. : .. .. .ENQUIr ER.f N\otico, 4/ifR. OWEN waill viitt inma on SATUURDAY 18.l_ thil I Ith inlstainl, allnd nuly be seen atl Admln' lStam ?ii cket I lintt froi, m 10 t .It.o till -p.n. t..ito will lldo visit "Joluberoo on tllhu lvlring of saltio day, and ajy'bI sun ,at Law's Inn, from ...
INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 19 May 1860
* INQUEST. AN inqnest was hbbld on W\ edn.esdy. nt lr. Alez. ander Ritchie's. lliersdale, Iefore .thu Coroner, .I ierl'rtt, Esq, when the folloiving evidence was ad durcet: SAltislider Ritclhie, sworn, said:--The deconsed Patrick Dixoi, w?,s in my employ ns a?iiilkman. I w~ent ?ujd on my firmi' with myni gun' lon the bink of the ~linnamlrr.ir iver. I alhot a coulilo of dunk.. Snalled to the dlecoeste1 wvho was shtnding on a hill abhre lwhere I wis, 'and nasicked Iim if hle wouhl get them outfor me, meanin.tithe ilucks. I-He sid he woitld, and iat oice went in nnd brought. Ithem lath out. We Ihen ieiit dlivn the river to the crossini. pllace going to Shellhorbor, about two, mila. We went into the crelc to get a dr'ink. I left him there liglhting his pipe, hndl nlso Ilft the gun with him, and then rcme home., I wae in sight of my. Ihon,. and waiting for-thlo deceaede t,, coni 1up when 1 heard the.report of a gun, and then immediatitly a a cony. 'I oaw him go acroas the strenamn, then ...
DROWNING OF THE KIAMA'S BOATS CREW OFF WOLLONGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 19 May 1860
DROW1 &iN OFTIE HIAMA'SBOATS ORD'W .-OF ;1VWOLLONGONO. [xos T ,E:ILrLAWARA ME0~0URY.] THE inqsiests on' the bodies of Alexander M'Phee, Sydney Mouneastle, and Henry Wilson, Vdr leWd butd f a boat belonging to the'Kiama, Iv'lit?boiriing froin that vessel in tlhe boat to ithe W6olloigong Wharf for a load of coal oni the "eveniing of the 30th April, vas resumed -and concluded;. .The names of the jurymen were called over as follows:--Fredlerick Sinclair, foreman; J. .IT. l.. Gcrdon, Reuben Parsons, James Cosn :grorB, Richard May, William.Osborine, Robert -3Beavis, John Harris, Thomas Makin, Job. S. Garrett, Richard Hsaworth, and John King. .' Mr.: :Owen said he appeared to watch the -:de on behalf of Capt. Keft and Mr. Porter, the Chief Offlicer of the Kiniaa. " The Coroner saidaniy-qiestions Mr.'Owen or any one? else wished; to.ask he.would put t_ the jautyf p:,We jiiay mstioh that; during thoen qu?y..the privilege of li~iiiasg questlons put at th·eir;request' ivwasexercisedbhy...
SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS FOR THE TRIAL OF CAUSES. JURY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 19 May 1860
I SUPRE ME; COURT. : Sc TrrT:INS FOPRTIIE TRIAL OF CAUSES. Ta'?? yR'CouaT. BaOiR Chief??Chlief Jistieo Dickinson and a speoial jury of twelve; KE.ARY V. T LNolRTIERN INSURANCE CO. iThe trial of this dase was resumed, and lasted ail day wiistotit.ierminating.. Counsel'forb il.plaiiitiff; Iir. Darvall, Q C.; Mr. Faucett, and Mr. Stephen, For the de fendunt;, Mr Mri-'nIrt QO., Mr. :Birbahurst, S.C., and Mr. Isaacs. am I. ::: aBANCO COURT.. .Beforo Mir. Justice Wise and a jury or four. CAnnRRUTmERS .. ALLEN. -This was-an action of ejectment to- recover possession of three hunidred acres of land at the Gerringdne Swamp, in tlie district of .Illawarra and.coduhtyof Camiden." Mr. Broadhurst, Q C.,and Mr. Blake appeared for the plaintiff Mr. Wiideyer" watched the; ease on the part of the defendant. The land in-qcuestio had bbeen gracited by the Crown to oie Jaines Grace,_ aon the 28th of MIay 1839. Oh the oth of February following, •Glaer exiecuted a counveyarice to 'John Lord and Edidard H...
THE NATIVE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 19 May 1860
TIIHE NATIVE WIAR IN NEW ZEALAVND. BY the Lord As~hley;we have papers froinm Tara naki to the 3rd instanit, which add but little to our previous infoirmation. Considerable uneasiness (says thle Nelson ~Lzx amniner) is eviddntly felt respecting thle disposi tion of the .Vaikatoes; and, in the absence of any authentio information, we imust conclude that the Government has someegood reasosis for the very cnutious'lino of conduct 'it seems to have laid, down for the guidance of the military commaniders. As it is, we perceive that our re treat from the.Wavireka:(the natives still hold. ing the ground), has been represented as a de feat. Wemust, however,rcfer to the annexed extracts and correspondence for the details, with the single r-mark tliat some of our correspon dents, smartineg undcer -their leosses, indulge :in: observations whlichlw:'ei withhbld, until some further.evidence is forthcbming to justify their assertions. ' ' '
THE REV. T. BINNEY ON THE BALLOT IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 19 May 1860
TE .T.' REV.T BiYNSVr ON THE BA4LLOTIV AUST;RALIA.-' . [es-il [B'TUe e.NGItis MAIL.]) The following letter has b?cu published . " TO THn VICE-PRESIDENT: OP THE BALLOT SOCIETY. . :: Sir.,-My time and attention, when in Aus traliawer so i much given to other- Isbjects, that I fear any impressions I may retain'of poli tical matters will:be to yeu very unsatiffaictdr;. Tn respeotfto tlio object of your iiiquriy the fol lowing things occur to me - . 1. :On my arrival in'.icrVii , in 1858, all withiwhom I came in contact,, ministers oft reli ligion especially, expressed thermselves as alike gratified ands'urprised by the results whidh had taken place under some new .experinment, in cluding, if my impressions are correct, an exten sion'of'thesdiffiage and the employment of the, bhllot. Not only was everything quietly .con ducted, but the successful men were ,well and wisely chosen. Thliý lte' elections. have not,.I fear, issued sin q~ite-so.happy a result. Indeed, Iknow- that in more of-.t...
DEATH BY SCALDING. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 19 May 1860
DEATH BY SCALDING. — Lately a little boy about two years old, child of Mr. G. Hende, of Montague-street, was accidentally scalded by falling from a chair against &nbsp; a boilig pot. It was not expected that the injury would result seriously, and on Thursday evening the child appeared to be fast recovering. Early yesterday morn- &nbsp; ing, however, the poor boy expired. — Free Press. THE UNEMPLOYED. — About 300 of the unemployed &nbsp; met at the usual place of rendevous on Hyde Park yesterday evening, and were addressed by several speak- ers. The object of the meeting was to appoint a committee to collect subscriptions for the purpose of employing &nbsp; &nbsp; counsel for the defence of those persons who were im- plicated in the disturbance on Friday night last. There were about thirty members of the police force present, &nbsp; but their services were not called into requisition as the &nbsp; meeting was very orderly. The s...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 23 May 1860
Olta Headers will notice that the Paper appears to.i.ay in an abridged form. They will, we trust, readily excuse us, when they learn, that one of our- Compositors on Monday evening received a severe accident in his hand from the bite of a dog, and has therefore been unable, to work. It is impossible in the country to find parties to supply a temporary failure, as it is not Sydney, but we hope to maile up for our de floiency in future numbers. Of course we have been compelled to leave out, for the presents a great deal of matter which we had prepared ,and'partly ready.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 23 May 1860
I- a a ,NOTICE. TO ADVERTISERS. W: E beg t6 inform our advertising friends, that V: we intend in future to render our ADVERTISING ACCOUNTS MONTHLY, I. and that advertisements from non-subscribers, must a:n all cases be paid for. when brought to the office. This arrangement has become necessary, to enable the proprietors to meet the large outlay incurred in ' bringing out,the paper, and it is' hoped that their :supportors Will so far' aid the proprietors in their " ndertakldpg. 'p The Ezxaminer may be had at Mr. Dixon's, C"entral Store, Kiama. Shoalhavei. ?R. JAMES LANG, of. Numbs, aPostmaster, SYJL?es been apgointod agenit:;for the Kima Ez -sjptsnser ant Shoslhaven, and is authorised to receive subscriptions and advertisements. TI RE I'N S II R A N C E F.I , ,SYDNEY INSURANCE COMPANY: Office, corner of.Pitt and Hunter Streets,. Sydney. I cOBPOiATED DBY ACT OF COUNCIL, 18 VICT., 1855. S :,".Subscribed Capital;..:..... £250,000. DIRECTORS. :. D. GORDON, Esq., M.L.A., CeAIRMAN.' RICHAR...
WEDNESDAY, MAY 16TH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 23 May 1860
WVEDNESDAY, M1AY l6Tnt. THU Legislative Assembly met at twenty-six minutes past three o'clock. Mr. Robertson wished to state that he had, received a letter from the Rev. W. B. Clarke, in reference to what passed in the House a day or two back, in which that gentleman denied that he had made any application to the Government. He had. only to say that Mr. Clarke's friends, in cluding his sor., had applied to the Government on'the subject, as previously explained. Mr. Asher, having risen to put questions to the Secretary.for Lands respecting certain complaints of the conduct of Mr. John Roper, a magistrate of Albury; M'r. Hart objected to the character of; the proposed question as irregular, and not sanctioned by the practice of Parliament. Ques-. tiois put to members of the Government ought to have some relation to the public business, and the privilege of hon. members ought not to be made the medium of libelling the character of private persons who had no means of reply. He objected ...
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, MAY 15TH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 23 May 1860
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE, LEGISLATIVE ASSElMfBLY. TUESDAY, MAY 15TH. Tzs Speaker took the chair at half-past three There not being a quorum present, he adjourned the House until three o'clock on Wednesday. T'he members in attendance were-Messrs. Robertson, Arnold, Weekes, Wisdom, Wild, Macleay, Piddington, Parkes, Hoskins, Lord, Hart, Wilson, Cummings, Lucas, Oakes, Lang, Aeher, Gordon, and Black.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 23 May 1860
W ANTED, 15 or 20 MEN, accustomed .to , Stumping. Apply to Mr. FAWCETT, Shellbarbor. Falling. SO ACRES BUSH to FALL, at Cook-my-Leg. •Apply to GEORGE HARDING, Crawloy's Forest.' C 0MMERCIAL BANKING .COMPANY :OF SYDNEY. THURSDAY, the 24th instant .being a. Genreal SHoliday, tho offici of this Branch will be CLOSED. R. W. M'KELLAR, Manager. Kianma, 22nd May, 1860.. -.* - Grass Seed.tt .'.- - .. . M B J. CULLEN, will sell by auction at the Steam Packet Inn, oniThursday 24th May. A Quantity of Grass Seed, in lots :to suit purchasers. . THE GREAT CURE ALL! 1 -` KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE W.ORLD.: H OLLOWAY' S OINTMENT. BAD LEGS, BAD: BREASTS, .SORES, L AND ULCERS.' A LL description of sores are: remediable by the .. proper and diligent:use of this inestimable preparation. To atiempt to cure bad logs -by plastering the edges of the wound together is a folly for, should the' skin unite, a boggy diseased condition remains underneath to break. out with tenfold fury in a few days. Theo' only -ratio...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 26 May 1860
*rarana: Advertising;--Four lines and indoer.... 2 0 k xght ............. ..... " , - •' ,, Every additional line...;;;;. 0' 8"'' :. Sulbscription--Per quarter in advance...... 8 Atthe end of the quarter"h . " "' 0 "" single eopien, ench. . 0 .'"::!" :.S:?:."' Tie quartera end on time latdayy ofJTn-ir SepjteIh~ December, and:M areh, respentively.;- " : KIAMA:--Printed and publlhed by tho proprieatr W l aid IaovlNo, oe Kiama at tho eami,er Oaenral Prdnlag-ofeao, athoalnmyeanetrenot, Kiano, afoerlid, Saturday, May 2(1, none.
DREADFUL MURDER OF A CHINAMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 26 May 1860
DiREADFUL MURDER OF ' A CHINAIAN.----. ',Cliinaman in, the employmdntof MIr. Edward =• Cdx, Rgylstoie?"as' a shepherd, at tle Re'ed " Creek sitation, iwas inhumanly murdered oin :Fri day last : The body was found on the following day by a German, who shopherded at the same station as the deceased. The death of the us fortunate man had apparently been caused by several blows inflicted by some heavy weapon, on various parts of the head, and by repeated stabsby alknife in the neck and throat. In struggling with his murderer, he had receivedf several wvounds in one of his hands, one of which. nearly'severed tho fore-finger. The body, when found, was lying near the road leading to the... head station1 at about three-quarters of a mile from his-own hut, Which, it is stated, he hadi left on the morning of the murder with the intention of proceeding to the head station. A pistol beloniging to the deceased, which had beon discharged, was found near the body. The deceased was known to possess...
THE BREAKWATER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 26 May 1860
Tse BtoAKWATER. OuR readers- will see from eour Parliamentary Report, we are sure, hithi the utmost eatiofac tiion, that tihe additional ;saun of £20,000 hads beeen granted for tile improvement of our lar b?r. This is an addition to the £10,000, for which according to estimate, it is calculathd out harbor canbheamade secure, antd olr steamels enabled to lie elong sidle tlp Wvhirf in sulety it is now some years since aispplitatiOU was firs, made "to tlke. Oneriimelt for this ohject, Mr Marks, M P. for the .dst!rsct of Jeust cnldaen, was indefuatigalde in his cxertidne, aid adlthough defeated in Ilis effolrt for the time, we think that the district of Kiamat owes mclleh to"hm iaat n!n matter1 " ur preent memnlber Iha salio kept ehi ..Jet eonstaitly ip vew a4 now we hops to reap the benefit,. B3?t while money h'as' ben voted, there vi crent careefulness requlredd. that it be spenot. profitably.. l.,eport speaks of ,a diffreaae .uof opinionoamin?g profe.~sional nin, as t, thie best tmei...
FRIDAY, MAY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 26 May 1860
I RaDiAY, MAY 18. . Ir:ethe Legislative Assembly; Mr. Martin ,gave" ' no'tice of a mition on Wednesday -nexf "'respet-: ' iing tlat portion of the Estimates which r6fers to. Colodel Gibbis. 'Mrl Irving gave notil~ that lhe would move for:, a sum of £20,000 for the improvenient of tlihe : :nvigation: of the Clarence and Richmind ;; Rniver.! · ; .:: :MI Walker gave: notice that: b?ebwould aisk,. for' a retuiarn of all.the Justices lotf Pescs h h~~hn ave resigiged their Comnmissiodnis sinoe i1 stl. . October, 1857. SMri.,.Garrett postponed te question, standing.. in his nametill Tuesday inext. :: . :: , SeveraP eoties of questioris were given 'by different:membel:? :' On thoe' first O?der of thie day bing read. the House reiolve4 itself into a committee tfo take evidence oni railway a wriks. Mr. Fo ler Mrir. Rhodes, ai;d Mr. Wliitton were' sevrallyi. - examinedt at .the. bar of the HIiouseo., .Tlie·: Chalirmani reported'progress and obltained'leave' : to sit igain on Tuesday nrit M:Ir....