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KIAMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 16TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 26 May 1860
KiAMA MU.VFCIPAL COU.VCIL. 'VENESDAY. 16TH MAT. .... PaeN-r-The full Connci. : intiens Of last nmeelting read anini nppiroveild The Mayo!r inforiaed the, milnicl that tlie parties iwhnse tendiers wern areepted_ Fr. milking therondl in Terraning.street' had refit?di'to Sihn 'na;reemennts. ,sts taiiet.ho.h id recived th Finini iiif the townfrom the Survey,~rfGeneinl's Olicff ; anl frtlher; that a notice. had hen-ii.l te1 by 3iviepli Kinr'g it the lip-pannels leadin' Fm ('ulinis~,-'treet- to Porter's G?olen. infrming th., pnhltrc-thit the said. rnal would be closed within thlirtydiny.: No mintion was madeini the matter aps.it wasnlirntolrtod that the street danill he opei?nedl it the proper place by any person wishing to pass. S" LETTERcS Were read from the Clerk of the Cintral Tilawarra Couincil in reply to one from thi? Council, askin, co.lo?datimn in appcaline fir the'formatiiin ofa main Soouth Coast rad:l from Surven.OrGeneral, con tuining doescription "of fr. A. Kinu's allitment.,...
THURSDAY, MAY 17TH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 26 May 1860
'TeunsnAy, MAI 17 r ur. The Legislative Assombly met at twenty five linutcs past three o'olockl. 'In answer to-Mr. Lyons,,.: :. Thi Secretary for Lainds said :it. was the in .ention of the Governimeit to let the Abattoirs at Globe Tsland as soon as means of communica ion by punts wore prbvided, and tho 'ercetioni of he proposed. bridgoe would depend upon the uccess attending" thoe establishment wlhen so brown open. In answer tao 1Ir.lHr skins, The Secreitary for Lands said, a sum of money ould-be placed oin the Estimatos for 1861, for bridge?at:Oabind, Riclhmond River. In answer to Sir Danoiel:Coper, The Colonial .Trieasuier said,. the Mint had ,rrowed £40,000 from .the Savings' Bank at ). per cent., which sum was employed in dis= ouuntingMint: rceilpts for gold at . per cent. ', Sir. D., Gooper said tlhat it then appeared the depositors :in .the Savings' Bank were losing £1400 a:yeair " Mr. Kemp ,is i truitee of tlihe Sauirigs' Baik,; .wished to bxplaiii' ;that theoy felt it'enessa...
[FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.] Sydney, 19th May, 1960. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 26 May 1860
fwROoa~bisT SYDNEY C~iOObif : . Sydney, 19th- Mi,? 1860.'" Tts week has not been .cihraterised by .:ay evntof particular importance. The unemployed have contrived to keep up attention t, their grievances and given Iccass?on toea good deal of correspondence in tile papers, all, hrowever,- who are willing to work. will tid doubt take advas. of the employment offered on the great North ern Railway. The Land Law Reform Ansocia tion lbehli a meeting to consider ." the alarming state ofthecolony." and if we can credit. all Mr. W. B. Allen's statement, we are nat only on the road, but are actually ruined. The remedy proposed is :a throwing open of the land alid .a complete remdtlelliing of the syevte ilf goverri ment which he expectedl as beig utlerly incapable and most remiss in their duties; tlere ii lihow. ever, two sides to a question. Mlr. Burbon followed in a speelch denouncing every adminit. tration which has .been in office; • recommended. aln entire sweeping out of the present gav...
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 26 May 1860
, ,?EGISLLATIVE COUNCIL.., ,in,. :: TmO?iSDAY, Iiiyl,. 1800. * rhe Council sat from .hulflpast.four until f-past eight. o'clockl. MIr..Holden obtained leave to introduce.a Dill Simplify Deeds and other instrumoents. He Jwed himself opposed to tlhe inniovation pro sed in the present mode of convoyancing .by adoption of Sir. IIdgh Cairn's Bills, .nad w schemes of registration mand indefeasible le and explained, that this" bill. was founded the system at present in operation in Now raland.. The Bill was read a first time. The 6fficial Salaries Bill was postponed by r. Eagar. The Bank Statements and Ab acts :R1gdihtiorion:Bill was taken into committee t repborted withorut progress. The I-Iawkes vy Benevolent Society's Bill was gone through d re~orte~il 'with amendinents. The New stle Wallsend Coal Company's Bill was con leredlin commrittee, and reported. with amenl ents;-.:Thle -Mlount Keira Tramroad Bill ssedt'iid roeturned to the Assemlily .withodit tendnients. Thi report of the Commi...
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 26 May 1860
SDIS RT INTELLIGENCE. , BOM OUR COiRREHPONDENTS.] O*QERRiNGONG. Aliermen Blow and Miller inspected the'i okd through "Alno Biunk on last Thursdity. They talk" Wf alterinz its course through the estate, but thiis woutld injntr some of the, tens'.ts by cutting offtlhi Y.tter nrid a gooIl hit of cleered gt'ounnd, ai serious': matter to .clearing leasehohlers.- Th -money it wouli take to shift the fences would nearly make. the present roaid gial, and the propolsed alteratin . would be sach a slight ienefit to it, that it* asems hardly worth, while to pnress it aiainst the wish of hinth lailirlrd anit tetiants. Our Ablerimen's offico is no sinecure. It takes a great deal'of their time looking after so inany placeis as they have under their cure. inilee. so nimuch sot, that to carry on as Retive and diligent as they are nt'present, with . such a wide district, cintiiining so many bye-riitds "ll in a veryhaloe state, three oif them is 'seticely. enough. as they nee.il to work in pairi to a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 26 May 1860
A E Rn, I o A Nlv Z t a A .G ON S _1. Dra; of everry description ' . Strmngspring carts C. .haisec.arlsr.: " Family airiables ,' • H.. arrows?&:- . .. . An p?vy''t?1e ode' -o io ~hoth entahlwihment rIs .mnnflhetttjredot thk I'?es[ poasnd je nterial, anor of superior workmanhshi , they are warintridlt None are periuin'e uihlsin Eb.r, ~iaker;,Sdnody, is either written or hrandednmi theiT.': . ": *V. ENEVER. 516 Geoi?e.streeti; Sydney, er. nrotlv opnnqite 'pollire.nffice antp.. ::NotiCe.e : TOHN SWENEY, BOOT and. SHOEMAKER, .J J tmherno. hegas to retorn thanks tolhnoae who hive potronised him since he Ihas omr u-leed huti nfesR o nd hopies, h' mrderote" 'ch:irgeas collbined with strict atteiition to buiiness; to merit, a sh ire of the s'me. Having the latest folshiins from TLmdon of gentre Wellington nnd riding h.ilts; also, of ladies' hoout nd lshnes of every .dsceriptiin, ,he will he ahile to eoecute all orderi entrustedl, to lim, with the utmost carrn and stricteet pinctnali...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 26 May 1860
ITOTICE. ''.TO ADVERTISERS.. W~iE bgto inform our advertising friends, that V we intend in future to-render our ADVERTISING ACCOUNTS MONTHLY, and that advorlisements from non-subscribers, must in all cases be paid for when brought to the ofice. This arrangement has become necessary, to enablo the proprietors to meet the large outlay incurred in bringing out the paper, and it is hoped that their supporters willso far aid the proprietors in their undortaking. The Ezaminer may be had at Mr. Dixon's, Central Store, Kiama. Shoalhiaven,. TM R. JAMES LANG,' of- Numbs, Postmiater, I' has been appointed agent for thoe idmssa Ex aminer, at Shoalhavon, and is authorised to receive subsoriptions and advertisements. F IRE IN S U~j A N CE SYDNEY INSURANCE COMPANY. Office, comer of Pitt and Hunter Streets, Sydney. INICORPORATED BY ACT OF COUNOCI,' 18,VIOT., 1855. Subscribed Capital......... £250,000. DIRECTORS. S. D. GORDON, ESQ., M.L.A., CHAIMAN. RICHARD JONES, ESQ., , M.L.A., D~rPuT Oni.nx.. ' '...
TO OUR ADVERTISING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 26 May 1860
S-TO (t'Un ADVEftTISIyG FIrnEtoS. Adrterlon are oprtloul rly rquested to srntl in their favors by tho peocrlbrd houro l4 o'clock on tlhu crening prececllng tho copclvobllentlon. Want. of atteation to tills. occasiona more - tacy ind |ncounovcen than thoy may Imagine. "? TO CORItEIPOVtDENT,S. It s partlanrly rneuested thnt letters lir the .l.miner mey be addrrl.t to thle Flitor. only, (without mentloulng any neamr7l1tOYr?Oa r o-?l t Ticsn uson. Att communlcations Intendet for Insrtilon must bo authentt oated bt the onme and nddress of the wrltero-not ncosnarllly for publtcatlon, but a a guarantee la good faith. We Oannet undortaks to return rejected eommunlcatlono. Adrerttsers a renu-stod to be particulnr In marking the -nmbet I tneettonsu n esch ateertletment, cthrwtlso they will I tnsef d ant charged for tilt countermndeod. Orders for t;thdtawn or attecations, most bh seut to tho oalOe (It writing) a sea Ots. dl.7 pi. to pabltatlon.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 26 May 1860
. COý IElCIAL INTTELLi .ENCE. Tr, . . Herald of Saturday last reports as (Unlesii therwise xpressed. the prih es quoted in thi a rh,',efp thme in transaclions between the produce.r amnd the flr ist puirliaser.] ) Flour is. firm it la,,t eek's quotations being-Fine, £2~ d' eeod quality £23 per ton of 2000 lbh. - hebe.r9"'tbo fs6d per bushel. Bron'ls 3d pr hbusAel. DB dl -Gd per 2-Ih loaf. IlibCtit-:Mr ' Wlkie quotes cahin lIicuit .it 'Ifs per (Otlil. sais bieditt 20. per 100 lbs. 31r. Hamilton: C thIn-SOs-; n vv 20s'per Mts lbs.' " I . luther" 'leiat. -Beef Ihd to 2d, nitthin 2jd to .id. ork' 2Sl to fid, veal 4d to 4li' per lb ., Lamb. G6 6d t? 7.pO rquarter. "* - * .. :. : . * , . P, ltrv'a ?in Dairy Prodine -Fowl. 2s 'd to. s, duckkt 3s to 4e, sxeese 0 to'9s,t turkevs 8,o .1o. pi.'reos Iot s a, ' o tso 61 eah'.; Rsiter.li 3I to oil, 'e6Oti4' to 'Til.b lid And hamri 7d,to Sm lard 6d to ad Ver'lhb Egsi, Is id to la 9i1 pr'doien Vet4atble:.-Potatoes £7 tf6£ 1, o0nona £30 to" £Ji per t...
CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 26 May 1860
ConlOKETMJATCUr-o WO have jlist receiied from ,our Corresljndent an. account of the Cricket 'Mtch playeld at J?mberon,. between the \Vollon. ?g?n and Jamteron men. It- erriveil too late to nilow of its insertion, and we can only mention that the Wilhliging men scoredl 134. and the .Tamheron, 180. Welloninne winnit' bvy ,four. with eeven wickets to o doewn. Wer will givelfull partienlars in onr next insortiion.. .. With relerencei.tlielilto 'murler.at Orange, n correspoindent writetis foilliwn :-A ,dreiadfl.dmur.. Id.r was committed on VWedneday ti iht or Thure tlay corning, the victim heini Mrs. Bri.lget Flhnn. ,een, are1 45. The feearftl'trtth was firsni revenled on 'l'th,'-d:ty mir-ilay, when a mist. appallin,. sight met the gazen. T'le inily piresin ed the effets of treatmetlt the ntost inhoumnln thet cane pnsitily ihe imnagined; the witnessen descrihing .lhe entire suro fice s one tnans ,f braises ani woen ndsii . einmot frm .the criwn of the hbaI to the enl:s of the.feet, the I...
ADELAIDE. Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 26 May 1860
ADELAtDE. S.Thireday evenin-. No husinevs drin' in the flitr lr ~heate market i-,lny. Prices are n?Olninlly the eno' Flour is firm at £23 for best brands. -Wheat, 98. 91. per ~hushilz SIn Ph;rlilament thliere is little of impunrtnceo doino. Thu question of the renipval of ad| valorin duties will be considered on Tuesday, 22nd. Frilny, 6 p.m. There hove been very few transactions in flour or wheat . Ur n. is. 8-1. In the share m;arkelt Iturra Burra shares have inn creaseld to £130..
MELBOURNE. Friday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 26 May 1860
MELBuoURNE. Frinday 6 p.in. The eacorts have braouJist down, 3.1,824 oza. Bnokmnni an insolvent ndl his son.have been 'nmmitti din toktakheir tria for conepircy to del freud their creditorr. '. Th' trinl of Miclhi el Diffy for perjurpyhna ennin teriniiinted in the dzischtrge of thojury, without der liverinc a verdict. The Leaeislative. 91ii Ie s engagedl in the second reading of the LandBtiigb-eight.
PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 26 May 1860
.PUBLIC MEhTXNO;;; A public mcetiruB nnu ilucid un the lFowra~ Ho'.!: on XIutuurul~uy, thle 19 h Muu itt 7, uuole~k jim,:-~ M~r. Willot Burry Wuue vuted to tle chuuury, ;,u:ji l I Mr. Tlucmius Boy~ce vias_ requu!e~std·1~ ~t set f Su SeCretery. .-,·. .~~·L.:-.·.i· ~.;- ~~u The notice?ciiling the meeting wee road by the Sewretery. Dr. Alley addrees.se the meetinng at considerable leneth, andl dwelt on the fact of numerous larcenies and .acts of petty thieving hatving occurred very frequently in the township, within the last few weekbespeciilly, and strongly urged the necessity for regniar police protection in the town. He then movedl the following resolution, which was seconeild by Mr. John Summerfield, and passed unani monely.: "That the letter (new rend) he signed by nill the householders of Nowra, now present, and presented to the Worehipfll the Mayor, by a deputation, re questihg him.to communicate with.the Executive Government on the present unnortected state of the town, and req...
SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 26 May 1860
Tne Counril mit flic-santi to ailjnnmim nrtf lr the Ocnnit Hloitse. N'cowrpc, c~ia 'edinesdit3, 16thi of hMiny itt 2 ea" lcek p.ui, IPresentl-Th I Whit cr-eh 1 the 3 or in th cietir. Ahlicrrcen hMaics M Giere--lc-. icidnl M'Grith. TI Tlioe wn Clerik reacid the miiiltes of licet ii n-ct. iii, ihhiel- -n cct thet ,cclnetieen oef Aeilenrteten M Guirl, cerendted, I I 1 *e.rancnt Moeliv-e eire ceeutirineet. The Town ClUIrkI rc-td intierc.he -'nditcdreccct-eI to Amidre De Mesarc, q, J.P, r spcitire-in rbsin cnn ii trc-ts; un. to itta Ben-ch it Magsirtr)cfcs, r eeittsitie etlice ecnues en risein wiitiin the Mtliitiipeettlheein~ hiecirci in Neewrcc tut tt lien hue.h thu Gilocentct tHlcretrary eteclceicg Iy-irtwl fler' r -iiliitieti the Mutiteip elite: cite tic thet Ihbiii l. the Srti hvfir Colsean.1othetBy-leiwiT fir BdinditrevF'eiryv ant tiw-c to Sbiutrvn.e- i t.-ti rhii. l, utnnly --en the stirviey elf lce rectal fernmNo'e-rei Oryneive-ll Pinot tint'na tlrciiciitcnel etc nthe. prr cpeee l...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 26 May 1860
ORIGLV4L CORRESPONDENCE. CO To 'nei oTO 6it "ttiE'nKZAniIna. Dear Sir,-?i a r.sildeht indi freehilderof Kiamn and a regular si?snhriber of yoori valdiabl pa'li?er I hope you will h;ive the goodneEss to iriflrm me throunh the olhimnnu of the saime, whlt would youi do if J. WV. Smnith, or any other per?o cname- on your promises to remove, your .printing ihaclhino, kitchen, fences, &.r? M.iit cerlinly you would. order him ifffrdm the prmnisesend usne all meanna in your ppwer to stip hini frtim doing so'; some Magicaletes ef the Kinmt liench think differently, therefore he so kind andil let me know what I should do for instance in a casen like the abshove. I think I haie a right to stop any one from ldamging my prperty, especially in a new colony like this, wlhere people live withont much prtee. tion in the inter!or, mo?t lof them would bio at the mercy of some mischl.voilsli peroiuns . Yours obedient ,. :i . ORLOFF. [We believe that our correspondelit would be' quite justified ...
THE LIVINGSTONE EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 26 May 1860
T'lR LIVINVGSTONE EXPEDITION. (PROa TOE CAPE TOWN MAID, 18TH JA~AUBY.) FuwrTERt. intelligence has reached us from Dr. Liviijatone since the departure of the last mail, her Majesty's steamer Lynx having arrived from th?e.East Coast. When shs was at the Kongnoe, on the 12th Dec mher last. Dr. Livingstone was in the.:enjoyment: of .exicellent health. The little steam launch, sutpplied lto the Zambcsi expeditidn by Mr. Macgregor Laid, is not at all adapted for navi?nting the Zambesi, being neither able to carry nor to tow, nor to attain whilst burning wood a spoold of more than four knots per hour. Notwith tand:line the repairs by the Lynx's engineers, the littlb craft's plates are.in such a corroded condition that'ikhe will, tn all probability, be abandoned after taking Dr. Livin?stone back to Tete. Mr. T. BDine.e, the artistof tihe Livingstone expedition to the Zanmbs.i,came down to. Cape Town in the steamer iLynx. He left Dr. Livingetone with his brother, Mr. Charles Livingstono, Dr....
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 26 May 1860
BIRTH. At Kiama, on the 16th instant, the wife of Mr. G. J. Dixon, of a son. MARRIED. &nbsp; On the 18th instant, at Jamberoo, by license, by the Rev. George Gurney, William, only son of the late Mr. Samuel Crawford, Antrim, Ireland, to Emma Eliza, only daughter of Mr. Robert Wilson, storekeeper, Shellharbor, New South Wales.