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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 May 1860

Teresa: Advertising.--Four liles and undor....;... 2- :0 Six .............. ...... 2 '6 Eight ................. .. 3 0O Every ndditional lino......... 'O '.0 Slbscription--Pc quarter in advanoa ........ 8 6 At the end of the quarter..... 9 0 - Single copies, each ...........0 The quarters end on the aIptday of JunSeptembor, Decemihber, and March, respectively. KIIAOA:-tPrlted andpubllsh1d by ths.proerej r eta"?tWAI Iarxlo, oa KlHms at the £oam6io" GaneralC PItItb-ofleo, . ahalhvean-treet, KIeam, atrasld, ?aturdas', M7ay 80. 15u0,

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EVENINGS AT THE MICROSCOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 May 1860

EV£YNINGS AT ?'E ICROSCOPE. . A MUIDERx was committed not long ago, .indi the murder, agaiust whom the evidence. was only circumstantial, must have been completely -be wildered on finding that the damnatoryevidence against him was furnished by the microscope. In his possession a knife had been found, the blade and handle of which showed traces of dried blood. These traces did not disturb his equinimity. Thley were traces of blood, indeed, but he could satisfactorily account for them-he had "cut some raw beef with tihe knife, and had forgotten to wipe it." Little did he think, that the application of the microscope would demon strate that the blood.in question was not the blood of raw meat, but of a living body; and, above all, that it was not the blood of beef, mut ton, or pork, but of man. His astonishment at this revelation must have been nothing to the astonisliment..excited by. what followed. He may naturally enough have concluded that this was all guess. work, and that men coul...

Publication Title: Examiner
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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 May 1860

DIARY. , Days V ..f the W Ulekc. j Sunr... Sitnnt " .1 w' r sI)Y AY my.... 1 MI 1 7 0 I 5 I -g TIIURSDAY ...... J B 7 0 54 5 10 F:RIDAY ..........| 2 7 0 451 1 TIHE EXAMINER. SPUB.IIISED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. T W'DNESDAY, JMA Y 30, 1860.

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THE WHITE GIRLS RESCUED FROM FRASER'S ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 May 1860

THE WHITE GIRLS RESCUED FROM FRASER'S ISLANVD. WE yesterday visited the Immigration Depot for the purpose of learning for ourselves the con dition of the two white girls rescued somen time ago from the aborigines of Fraser's Island. We may remind our readers that the elder girl is supposed to be about 1.6.years of age, and goes by the name of Kitty Mundi; the younger girl, supposed .to be Kitty's sister, is called MIaria Quoheen. After a residence of nearly seven months amongst us, they have learnt to lisp a few words of broken English; but the traces of European extraction develop them selves slowly. The general' characteristies of Europeans are in a great degree wanting in in these poor girls, of whose parentage, birth, andhistory, absolutely nothing is known. Yet we catch, as by sudden glances, faint traces on thleir countenances of highe.r extraction than the aboriginal blood of Fraser's Island. The children, or more properly, the girls, resemble each other, as do nearly all the...

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[FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.] Sydney, 26th May, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 May 1860

jlEOMi 00r1 sYDun EY COaRRErPODENT.] , Sydney, 26th May, 1800. :;Trra most prominent feature of thle vweerk has :'.been ?he celeb\ration of the Queen's birthdav. T;,'he lcitizens, bnxious io escape for i brief . moment from the"¢lamonr of town, made use , of the holiday in visiting the many delightful retreats in lwhich the hllrbor abounds; ard " ~steamers, omnibuses, aifil lthe conveyances were Sinactive requisitionl. ThidGovernor, as usual, . held, a levee for the loyili~nndrthlo Birthday Ball took ilace vith great eclht, notwvithstand inig the influenza which is exireioiy prevalent. This id4bmic, if'it can be called ?pe, Ihas been a fruitful o~dtGco o"f practiciq to the medical profession, .i tlus t are scarcely able to atteud " : . k "-" .. . ? t?(tle ntinerous cases-noneort them, although in,sdfie-jinstan'ces very, -sewere, have: as yet' te'rminiited fatally. , .On Moniday, tlhe public meeting relaotive to the read to Kiand;ra was held at the Exchange. The speakers, one and all...

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PRESENTED AT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 May 1860

SPRESENVTED AT COURT. ROMo5 'Tae LIVECOPOOL ALDIOw, MARCH 12.) WVITX some difficulty, we have persuaded an e"e witness to undertake the difficult task of giving us 'an original accbunt of what he underwent at the Volunteer Levee, on Wednesday last. He says:--We arrived in a hackney cab, about half-past eleven o'clock, being inspected as we enter the gates by a dense but very orderly mob, who, it is evident despite the snow, have sufficient taste to appreciate and admire us. Under the portico, where a Grenadier Guard is on duty, do we shivecringly stand criti cising thle numnerous arrivals. Tihe most con spicuous are three portly individuals in scarlet coats, caps, brown belts, &e., the uniform being somewhat of a cross between that of a huntsman and a postboy. Here, too, are fine stalwart fellows" in artillery uniform-riflemen of all shades, including some who, ignoring appear ances, have added to their natural deformities by sdopting knickerbockers and gaiters, and mostly w...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, MAY 25TH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 May 1860

PA' RLA IEN'rAItY IN~TrFLLIGENCE. SLEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. . F,. ia yhi M.Y ?2rc . · ·-": ..: ' ,l ?.: ?' R I-:, ." ' .'1 .. .., ,, :; Tit LegislatitvoeCoo ll sat from a.qnuarter past four o'?loek until hlf-ppast six, and then ad journ'd over nteil Friday, .on account'of the racee. fixed for next weelk. MrI. dJolhnson drew dttention to what hbe eon sideroe' tlhe nnsitisfacetory ,chitracter of the re turn. as to the expenditure, wliicl' wa, i:laid on the table by thie Coloidial Secrctary, on. Wednes day evening .last, and wished for explanations. The points being that " no authoriiy"' for pay Imrnts was mentiontled, or at all evcents itiere was no mention of the Governor's warrant, which thle ion. miember contended was the only con stitutioniil authority' the. Treasurer could havI. [-I iilso pointed out that there wvas no:meiition of the new departmenit, that of Secretary for Wnls-tlhat the Ev.eotivo Councuil appeitred icn have authlorised the exspenditure of money ald also tlhalt money...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, 23RD MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 May 1860

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. S WEDNEBDAY, '28ti I. ::A -The Speaker took tfe ohair at ihalf-past three '~o cledk; Notices of questions were ogiven by differetit menimbers. ". A petition was presented by Mr. -Walker. It was stated by Ministers in inswer- t ques tions, that direetions" had been given to the R:etornming Officer for .Tumut, to hold another ,poll at Addlong, in consequence of the recent election having.been deemed invalid, and that .this step had been taken in accordance with thle advice sof the AttorneyGeneral; that an irregu learity had occurred in the management of the ai?lway trains on the 12th ultimo, but that a .danger of a collision occasioned thereby had Sbeen mcldh exaggerateda; that no complaint had 'been received relative to Judge Holroyd's ad journiug his Court for the purpose of attending ameeting, and that the Government saw no -eason at present -to institute-an -inquiry into the circumstance. Mr. Parkes presented a petition signed by William Jennett, on behalf of...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, MAY 25TH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 May 1860

-LEGISLATIVE ASSEMIBLY. FRIDAaY, MAY 25rm. The Legisht1tive'Assmiibly met at 'half'past thlree o'clock. Mlr. Dickson brought up. the report of the Conniittee on the East Mlaitlaud Pastuire Re etrve. Mlr. Broughton hrought up the report of the Commnittee on the Pitt-street Tramroad Bill. Several new notices of .mtion wcre given by iectibers. . In .answer to Mlr..Hart, the Secretary for Pullic \VWoiks said the reports received by tlhe Goveinment'represented the acconmmoddation and general state of the gaols and lock-ups ts mnio?t insuflicient, and were almost unanimous in urg ing betterprovision. In answer to Mr. Hoskins, thie Secretary for Lands said tthe widow atnd family of the late police inspector.MI'Geo were entitled to an oa lowance from tie police Supoitantiiation Fund. •Ma. Jus'rl.i ~Ant. t :. Mr. Egan 'islted to asic the Honorable the Premtnie,-" i. .Whether any correspondence has been received from the jury or any one of them, compllltin'g of observations madeby hic Honor M...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 23RD MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 May 1860

SPARIhIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. I'EGISLATIVE COUNCIL : "VEDNESDAY, 23RD MAY. Tliu President took the chair at twenty-two minutes past four. Mesages were received from the Governor Gentrai, conveying the Royal assent to the Par ram?isatta Water Protection Bill, and the Mount K?i?ra Tramroad Bill. ,Mlir. Thomson laid upon the table the report 'of the Select Committee on the Church of .England Synod Bill. This bill was read a first Itime. The Temporary Acts Continuation Bill was read a second time. The House then went into committee on the Abattoirs Road Bill. After considerable dis cussion as to the clause providing for the con sent of trustees of property required for the road, an amendment meeting the views of most of the members was suggested, and Mr. Cowper proposed the adjournment of the consideration of the Bill, to allow time for determining on the amendment to he proposed. The House afterwards, on the motion of Mr. 'Thomson, went into committee on the report of the Select Commit...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. GOULBURN. Friday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 May 1860

, .TELEGRAPHIC ?INTELLIGECE ' faBiqGED RBO5L THE DUND EaMWiRC GOULBURu.r., p; BUSINESs as been ratler dull this week. Wheatlhas advanced Sd. per blushel,;and is now, quoted at' 1 2srSd. iNo other altC?atitos in :prie fa ny ipotance. i

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NOVEL METHOD OF CATCHING RATS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 May 1860

* NOVEt 'METHOD OF CATCIINI RATS A-- gentleman whose premises were murch infested by rats tried every means to a'fect their exter minatidn, but without availi till::i Bi~ter's Library of Agricltural Knowledge".:lhaving fborlunately found its scay -into hiis library, he rii'ed lthe remedy meintioned tliher?e. Accodilng to the'direction he procuied a sugar hogshlead, poured about four inches ofwivatei into it, and in the'centlre placed a hbrick.' He then covered the 'top with a piece of parchmelinii,. 6iihiclh he I placed enticingifoid for tlie rats"-?-'Here they feisted themselves for a few days, when lie minade- several olipenings in htlie parchment suflicientlv large for ai rat to drop thiough.; the baits then being laid, no sooner did one of the rats get on the top then he fell into the ~vater. He of course swlm to: the briick,'- where he moaned most piteously. :The whole commu 'nity of rats were alarmed, and then curiotiti led them in great numbers to the. spot,- when they got on...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 May 1860

-... - -SHIIPPING INTELLIGENCE. :l I(ABIlVD . ITO, L :Tnm nRAI. AD' t' IR L P IORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. MAT 2. --lllnIarr (n.) 203 ton.i, .Capaini Keft, from )Merimhaln anl Ulliadllll 23r. instant. Passengers- Mrr. Merton, Mrs. Shoebeck. SMr Pane, Messrs. Kester ton, Kirkw.oodl, DBerniscoii. Wardon, Levev, Olarke, Jiilks,-Cu'rtis aui.son, Sturrock, and 26 in the steerage. ' E. an nling, agent. COASTF.nS I.WAROS. S May 25.--Rapid (.), - from Kinm.i and Shellharbor, with sundries.:. . ,L.: ,,;. . :CASTERS* OUT-WRDS. * 3iry 25..Prospector and Warlook, for Bldlanflii.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 May 1860

.NOTICE. ?.~ ·..·... " - ? '? ... ' TO ADVERTISERS. WrEIbeg to inform our advertising frioids, that V Y . wo intend in future to render our ,,ADVERTISING ACCOUNTS MONTHLY, and that advertisements from non-subnscribers,.must in all cases be paid for when bropght to the office. This arranigement has become necessary, to enable the proprietors to meet the large outlay incurred in biiging out the paper, and it is hoped that their supporters willso far aid the proprietors'in their undertaking. ' . - SThe Ezxaminei may be. had' at Mr.Dixon's, Central Store, Kiama, ' . Shoalhaven: . ' : M R. JAMEB LAN~GE.9 Numa,. Pastmaster, 'has been nppoited; ag~e~ for the K=i'in ~zq. amiter, at Shoha'lbein, and is authorised to receive subscriptioins' nd advcrtisenients.' p' I'R'E' ? ? SURA .C E.-2 1 SY1DNEY.INSURANCE COMPANY.i Office, corner of Pitt and Hunter Streets, Sydney. INCORPORATED nY ACTIP 0COUNcL, 18 VIOT., 1855. * ,'Siahscribed Capital...... £250,000. DIRECTORS . . r S.tD. GORDON, Esq., M.T....

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HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 May 1860

14ORSE M£ARKET. " lessrs. Burt and Co., report:.- The result of the week's ales show a largeo preponder nnee of tiferior stock. Cootryv lots that have come to hnnd latel. are.ngeenedly very badly broke, nnd have .conseqnently realised sery low figures. During the .week'we have offered fullv 200 head. of. wlhich aboet .a : fhird h end p'irelmser; uconmmon saddle JIorses, ,rengilg .froem £7.to £14; harness hlorses, £15 to t30- cil?aught 'ihorses, £20 to £40. Two lots of harne.s hores .frUom : Kiama, went from £18 to £33; and another lot; from Mrr. S. Woller reports The horse market has been .well supplied with a good lefscriltion of heroes this week,, atd sold at. satisfoietoryv -;prices. 'Tuhe sales were well attemled 'witb' hii"rs, andl "the csmpeltition spirited. There is a goo dlemandll:fsr S4rst-eass horses th.lt can hebO.arr;aited. No demndl for; inferior horses-the horse-jobbers overstocked.. Heavy Scart horses sold at £30 ; light ditto at £18; gig antd adhdle horses-sohl at i....

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 May 1860

* I :;^COiMMIERCIAL INT'ELLIGENCE. i : 'll, l i raldof Saturday lnst reports asn u ; der- .''' (Unles ntherwnise expressed, the .prices., quoted. in this s'rticle are tihose in transaolions between the producer sail the firat.|purchaxser.) , S".tloir is ni it 'last eek's q: liotations beaing--Fine, £'. sieceisd quility .£E per toen of 2000 lbs. lia" Wia It, 9t 9 iid r bp i hel. S Bran li3d pr ihel. i ' ' . . ' t re? Gd per '2lb. lof. : Bw - nit.-M?i r Wilkie quotes cabnhin hisit at 30s 'per foo lbb.': navv. biscuit, 20i per 100 lbs- Mr. Hamilton : 'Cabin 3ls .navs 20s per 10o Ilbs. - . . .Butchers' .Meat.-Beef Id to 2d, .nmttLn' 2d to -3d, p'pork 4.d tol td, ~'il .ild to 5d per lb.' .Lmb. G fd .p;r qullrter . ..Poultryv anld Dairy Proil2le.-Fowls s 6d to 3a, dulcks 's to 4,, g.?se 6& to 9O, turke'ys 7s to 10s, pigeons Is 'il. wdiil lucks 4s to' a. teal 2s to 3O' per couple. ' '"Ron~?iith'pi *. 5I to- 6s each, Hulter lI 3d to Is Gd, cheese 6d to 7d, liaon and lihish .Td to Si...

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SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 May 1860

SUiiD .DEA'rIIu- ? hnlov ton rcordtho' suIddenI denath of Mr. Cook, of Marsden Hill, which occurredl on Siunday ilast.- The report'of the inqudcst heIld on Motlday, will: he folnd in niotheir .iirt of our coluinis.. Mr. Cook,' we: beIeleve, was's very ohl reasii;iit, tsiil:wils thie flather of a respectiabl family, most of then? residents in our owii district. NA rio'Ar, ,c oor,-T',CHEus.-cr Mr. Wilkins,'theo Inspector of National Schdols, paid a visit to this district lust week for thelpurpose of putting certiin Ntional Schuol-Teechers through an examination. Theio exminiittiiin was lengthy, and,.we believe, pretty strict': concluded by written questions andl answers, without any oppmrtunity for refereie6 to boois, or for consultistion..The Masters 'from Dupto, Shellharlor, and.Jurrara Creek were thlb examinants.' The result we have not yet heard. INQuesT.-Aninquest was liell befotre tlie Coro. ner, on iondtly'liast, at M lrsdeni Hill, neiir.Kiima, ontl?d liody' of lJoin Codk --Cha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 May 1860

13?.. . MANNING'-AND.,SON,.: . WID'E &J SPIRIT MERCHANTS .-?PHlNIX:t I?V R ,:.YDNY: -. .A LLorlorela nttoleded.: to :by thfi ist ? t? mere L?.:afte' ; their rci edeipl: "': 1 Aquaiutit3y ni. Mamiuilip?p,, Re?l? and"i White:' Lead, Boilid Oil, .'urlps, Coza Oil, &., ' alvaysi on: hand and relady for shlpaitaient.: ' ,.. . A QUANTITIY o;f pelr suitale for Irapping .Lup store goodse. For siele at the OfiHco of this l'aper. " T .E CEN'rTRAE, STOlE, KiAaIA'. (Aadjoining the :CoIurt?olne.), ., Groceriej.s --Dra?iry ; :Oilmhci' Stores " Bpotennd' Shoes ' Ironmihngy.- ?ary -"-.tIithwar,,r.o :Chins and Glrskwaroi :Crdockery &c.,':o. , , i Now Booksnsil btaiitiosry, aelothergoods.suift able for thegistai} c ' " :,i ',: "..J; G. DISONT:?? ;,:: ' ? Central Store N .B"Goodsof the bostqslity , Pricks sirielly moderaite. SP.S.--' The '' Kima :Eiaininor"!d s on Salb at:the Central Stoire.'i: :- .: :,: .iENDERS requiredfor tih-Erecetion of as Epis IU cop'lilin :P'arsona?e. PI...

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SHELLHARBOR. May 24. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 May 1860

*. i1SHELLHA1BO6. ;* ' . * May 24. - ,' 7"lThe Municipal Council met on,Tuesdny last. -. Present-The 'ChiIirmnn, Co6incillors M'Gill .. ?Eu'Bu'Bll," James, '-edaall, Wilson, Colliiis and G3ahtam. :Minutes of prevnous meeting were read and con. flrmed. Letters were read frm the Couinclis of Kinlm, Rhoalhaven, Central 'Ilawarra, and .Wollnonn. expressive of desire to co-operste in the mitter iof forming a delegation for the purpose of considerins the amendments required in the Municipalities Act of 1858. Also, a letter from thle late Chlirmnn, informing the Council that in accorldance with its request he had sat for Ihis portrait whilst in Sydlney. and tlhat it would shortly be forwarded to Shell Ilarbor. 'The Council resolved that for the'pilo~bt'the consideration of letting the store bn the drift.way: by tender slonuld be postponed. :, , ..: . ,, Councillor Wilson'.s motion for, erecting n;hridlge across.the creek on the main.south roalh, south of, the nMacquaricr bridge, met with c...

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POSTSCRIPT. Jamberoo, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 May 1860

*'":"- PO; ";2STSCRiPT':"'"5? . ' ; It is ieoiiderisl to oberveo whantan anmiiint of ,in terest' idd diii-itinn.fIiins'been' voked'bi'"behnlf of -the inobligrrime'of cricket:in consequence of the late :match: ho.nolutlis'of the.rlile sex herenbouts are fllfo f.tlio th iject';, and new essociatifns for the' : ciltivntiop of thegain?earespriinging inti existence. SIt;is nid that this land of Anstrali 'is threatened iith inmsvion bynboirly of no less thn. twenty.two fircii and.ImLlacablo cribketers from a bUirbarous :slesrisid i? the Atlinitiji'commnonly known as Great iDlriitnlh Tlit sanme land-or at least the habiteis 'thcreof-worn some: time since alarmed by the i ichnce of.an attack from a neighboring.region; and and were forming them~elves into associations, in order to play the men in defending , .' The ashes of their fathers An d the temples of their gods." .:If the same kind of spirit is prevalent in other parts •,of the country that is manifested here, the said twenty-two will...

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