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ULLADULLA. May 23. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 May 1860
ULLAA)UtfA.: May 23. LocAL .'aTrTens.-Sevoral" farrmer .are bIustly emlanlreihr 1liuirhini for whent; anrid to judge by tile qi'llltite of.lond Iid.olt fpr th!lt purpose, there eill bIe a greoter extetnt of whetlt sewn thins yeor in UIllllallulb, than tlhern, hIts birelfiofa a long time Opast. IThle wiither It'ht heil rlihthtflfl sinlce the flnd; hld ill thrattriireri clul ii?iel fir up' to tohe pIresent time (\Wednesr i ly night); It ii chingto is vieible in tfioct it is roiin lir now, and. the sky i Ihli from ,view '.y the glnomy atmorphetre. I:trust it is not the ,litrtitnger of anolther flood, for wu hIave beconloe titon/.taed to th rer already.., .. P l.m~arristt.-1 linoticuedt in a recent.rnnuml er of the 'Empire. the oilier dly.'an pliraittn f a letter of mine rlwhic?h rrlrietn t ithe Rcri,?di II sh'irt tint meago. 'Thle Emrire head it as tllowiI '--t" From the corres inornllrnt h If tiIllrwarra Exni'es.: .I lvoe not seenithe Express, Is it is a palr, whiich [ do niot be. lie...
SHOALHAVEN. May 22. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 May 1860
SilOALIIAVEl May 22. .I am happy to inforip you that since my I est communication the season s lias been very, favorable, andl the plough is in .countlott operation. Farmerir are proceeding fast witlih sowingswliit and. prlepr ing the ground for potitees. It is pot yet dicilded wlihen the ,Relief Conimittoi will hbe nble'to:pra ocirs eeed litiitoes; a replics hi?ie orit yet been-received to the letters. writt.en on hle uhbject to Mri. Clark of Sydney, and to Mr. Pagi uf Merinbula:. The Local Relief Conmmittee met on. Saturday aInst, and distriblited vairious ums of frin £1 10.s t6 £3, to those whoso 'claims wvere mnast liressinw. and who had not received previdull relief. 'lThe Committee passed a resolution to the effect tliiit any member who had already received relief inm',ioney or otherwise, shonld not sit or vote on r.theo : Coni mnittee. A warm ,debaite ensiuedon a .motion, by John Glhnvilly, Esqi., to rescind the stolve, but; onl the questbiitig pat the viate were equal, when ...
ADELAIDE. Friday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 May 1860
Friday, 4 pwm. Tihe volunteer review yestcrday was grcat success. Upwards of 9000 per sons were pre. soliit. " . : . . ,. .: / A petition was pres.ented to the Goverimor yes terday, signed by 600 influential persons, pray ing that the number of roprcscntatives in Parlia ment may be reduced. A great flood at Aldingis and Willungn. Flour remains at £22 10s to £23. SMr. MIann, Commissioner of Insolvencies, died. Weather cool.
MELBOURNE. Thursday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 May 1860
MELBOURNE,. . : ' '. . Thurisday;, pG.m. .Thei holiday to-day was everywhere observed, .but the weather was unpropitious.. . A great'mster of the volunteers took place, to the number of 1100. The drill was .very creditable, and the evolutions excellent.. The metropolitan companies gave a dinner to the country companies. 'Captain Cadell has returned from the Snowy River, having entered 'by the seae' mouth twice, and gone up the river thirty miles. There is seven feet water on the bar. Vessels of less draught can go up well.' In lis interiewir with the Chief Secretary, Captain Cadell proposed to place two steamers on the Snowy and its tribu taries, and to devote him'elf to the'opening up the country, as ie formely did onithe dMurray. .The two exploring parties Jailed yesterdayfor Gipps Land, fully equipped and provisioned ifor six months. . .: .' . -.. .:. Mr. Loader'has given, anotice of iqotion for an address to the Imperial Governmeit, nasking for a .guarantee of 4 per cent. on Vic...
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] JAMBEROO. May 25th. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 May 1860
"ir : IISTRICT-.INTELLIGENCE. . :i;.'[FrOM OUniCOpBRFESPONDENTS.] .: , JAMBEIOO0. May 25th. The match at cricket between the Wollonnong and.Jamberdo men.commenced yesterday (Thurs day), and terminated this morning, much to the Sadvantage of Wollongong, though without surprise on iany bodys part as to the result. The differrenco produced by 'supvrior discipline and more regular practice on the sita of the winners, was, indeed, palpable to the moot inexperienced observer. The Jnmberoo' ponn:did all that'physical energy and pluck coul.l do, but the superior training of their opponents, and an unaccountallo run of ill-luck in their second innings decided the strife against them..' The ki6d of inequality between the two parties was pretty nearly analogous to that which may be consilered to exist between a body of the old federal militia and a battalion of modern regu lars.: The individials comprising the former were more or less personally brave; more or less skillful jn the use of their...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 May 1860
LEorrawaTvE Councrr,.--Mar. Francis Oasies and Mrs George Wigram Allen have been nppointed members of the Legislativo'Colincil.-Ext. S. Al. H. AccrnrNT.-As the Rev. Alfred Stephen was yes. , terday riding in Abnrcrombie-straet, he was thrown from his horse, and we regret to state sustained fracturo of both bonesof the right leg. Proleoional ,ssistance was speadily procured, and the reverend gentlpm.n is now progressing, favaourably.?'?. 8.,l K . " .. ..·
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 June 1860
Term,: Advertising.-Foor lines and under........ 2. 0'' Six . 2,,6 6,:"r Eight ...... ;..... ,..., .3.' . ,, Every additional line....... . .. 0;3.. ?',? Slis criptionn-Per quarter in advance ....,.. . 8 6. . At t1ho end of thle quartsir .... . OU h Single copies, ench .. O: The quarters end on th laI? day of June, Sopteminbr" December, and March, roespectively. K(KI!A:*-Pr nten andpublltho. ya the?WpIopr Ltour ~ L?AS. Iotnva,eot Klntre, am th o Eaafnoer e lner PrleJueleel, nhloelhsaveu-elrcctl Kloao, arorecald, usterdayl, Jt;ne "°ntl 1800.
THE PROGRESS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 June 1860
TUE . PRoooEss oS NEW. SOUTH WALES. The commcrcial'and 'other statistics of New South Wales, indicate a most iremhrkablo'rate' of progress. 'We will 'recapitulate a'few bif them. In 1818 the quantity of wool imported iisto the United Kingdom,from Austiralia was. 86,5251b.; in .1828, 1,574,1861lb..; .in 1838, 7,837,4231b.; in 1848, 30,024,'5671b.;" and ,in 1858, 51,104,5601b..:. In 1845 the populationlof Naew South Wales and Port Philip Was 181,556 souls: In 1856 Nes South Wales alone nuinbered 286,873 inhabitants, and oin:the Ist ofJanuary, 1858, 305,487. 'In 1845 the value of the exports'of. New South. WVales 'wa £1,092,889;. in 1856, £8,480,880; in:..1857, £4,011,592; and in 1858, £4,246,277, having quadrupled in fourteen. years.., 'n 1845 the. inmports.: were valued at £9858;5131; ii 1856 at £5,460,971; in 1857 at'£6'729,408; antiin 1858 at' 6,028, 356, having increaised six-fold in fourteen years. In 1S45 tlhe British. produce and manufactures imported into Npsy South Wales. wer...
THE NEW FREEMASONS HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 June 1860
TBE NEW REERMASONS HALL. . . ....( wO .TrnI_?MEU.. .) ..... . TuE site of the :New Freemasons' Hall is in Clarence-stret,'- at tlhe rear of the Freemasons' l'averdn The front elevation will be constructed ii.' two orders-the lower story or ground floor being in:the Dori?, and the upper story in the loiio order of areleitecture. The front will bhe relieved by a highly-wrought pediment, sup lIjorted by graceful pilasters. Colonial sandstone is tli? material of which the building is to be construicted. To take away that disagreeable appcarance of sameness which sometimes attaches to largeo buildings, the .front elevation of the ground floor will be in the :rustic style, and the front elevation of the first floor in rabbled stone. Five semicircular headed windows in the first story, and four square-headed windows in the ground floor will suffice to light the interior of the building from the front. The total height of the front elevation is to be 60 feet, by a width of 57 feet. The grea...
TO OUR ADVERTISING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 June 1860
* - TO OU ADVERTISING FRIENDS.. A-lvrrrtlser arolnprtltenlrly requested to send In their favors 'by the prtocrihed hourof 4 o'clock on the evening precceding the ay of puhllcntlon. Want of attention to this, occasions more delay and inconvenience than they may imagine. TO CORRESPONDENTS. It Is partlcularlyrequested that letters for the Eaminer may be'addressed to the Editor, only, (without mentioning any name) in order to prrevent confusion. All cemmunieations intndet d for insertion must be authentl 'ocated by the name and address of thne writer-not noecessarily .-.. for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. - e eannot underthik to return rejected communications. Advertisers are requested to be particular in marking the number of insertions on eanch Adrrlsement, otherwiso they will tIbJnserted and charged for till.countermanded. Ordelnr for withdrawal or alterations, must be sent to the office (in writing) Shifonr noon on the day pr!or to publication. .•-SATURDA , JUNE 2, ...
THE STATE OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 June 1860
THE STA .T'OF TIEE COLONY. SI , ,. %.- I Weextracot tlhe.following from a very sugges tive article in Bell's Le.:--. 'f If we are to believe the croakdrs, Victoria is in a very bad way. A'territory nearly ais large as England, andwith: the population of: a large London parish, is .said ts be over-peopled. A community where mechanics work eight. hours a day, and receive in rtornm: 25 per cent., more than'tle majority of English; laborers get Ifor,:a week's hard toil, is said to be -bad place for theo working man. 1'?"ountry where. pt'oduee.is so chee.p, that ayeoman farming his.own.land is ,vorse off than a mason., is said to be groaning under the' domination of squatters, and to ie quiro new land laws. MIen who. themselves came out as Government. emigrants cry outagainst assisted . emigration;? men who one .moment clamour for protection in' order'that' their chil drei may find employment,'in the next-threaten to strike if an apprenticoeis introduced'into the workshop. ,The,: fact is...
ENGLISH CUSTOMS IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 June 1860
.ENGLTsu CUSTOMS IN 'INDIA.-The fact I Ibslieve to be nevertheless, that the incidents of thei mess-room to be bften the staple conversa-' tion of tho bazaar..I saw once an extract which 'puriported to' Io a translation from a native journal, giving .an: account ofa party at one of our stations, which was somewhat to this effect -thalt a great assemblage of; Sahibs a Mt Iem saliibs hibd been heildit Mr. B-Z's in'brder to c'adt'adiid:drinl wine, i'idd daice togther.' That tliey .all sat down at table, where !there was a ]rgepiDece f pig :(ham), Whioh ,not only tlhe Sahibs, but the'Mem-sahibs, devoured, taking it severgi times over ;. antlthat hIaving eaten many other dishes and swallowed.niuch wine, the ladies went upstairs to recover'themselves,-bnt'the gen 'tlemen ;'remainied' below, aind diank ' till they "egarnto shout at eache other.and to' make great outories ?calling each othelirs' names.and crying out hi-len he' riian whose name.was.called stood up, apd then putting. their fe...
MELBOURNE. Tuesday, 7.15 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 June 1860
,MELBOURNE. S.. . esday, .7.15 p.m. The Legislative Council are in Committee on the: Land Bill, and are discussing..the s 3e h clause as'to the' uiform Tprice df £1 per acre :for .agriciultualt; linds. :If. this clase is-not Scarried, tle Goverrnment will withdraw the Bill. :Trade much' brigker 'or small oiders. .No .lhanges iri 'rices.
SHOCKING-TRAGEDY AT COBLENTZ. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 June 1860
SfO CUKiyG-RA G-EDY AT .COBLsETZ. ....... @ T~a small town 6f'Ehrenbreitsteiii:7wiich lieiSl. the foot of the gigantic fortressof that natme, has been frightened out of its propriety by the com mission of a dreadful murder within its quiet precinets. At the Coblontz carnival on Shrove Tuesday no character was more conspicuous than Herr Meder, a well-to-do proprietor of a tavern adjoining the post-office in Ehrenbreit stein. Disguised as a buxom maitron, supposed to be'celebrating 'her silber-hock-eil, or 25th anniversary of her wedding-day, lie sat in.a hugo van drawn by eight horses. Seated by the:sido of his consort, he dispensed nods and smiles to the admiring crowd. A band of musicians, in grotesque dresses, occupied the front of the vehicle, while a humpbacked cook, iin appropriate attire, waited on the wedding 'east, and replenished the spacious bowl of: Rhino wine, and from which both bride'and bridegroom indulged in frequent potations. In the evening, at the bal masque at th...
ADELAIDE. Tuesday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 June 1860
ADELAIDE. :.? ~~ricuesday, :4 p.m. "'The .ddcerliser of this moerning, in reference t o the decision of:.tlhe. Judges in the case of |htchison .. Leeworthy, sa"s, "tlthe Judges Shave :given a decision in the case of Huichison eersia Leevorithy, and' that dcclsion is under stood', to" be averse, to the real Property Act. We must, hoseveor, becarefil to note whlat.is tle' real:point -in ,ispnte. The Governmnent -sissue a 'lnd grant for a certain section of land, ·and, after a time, issue another land grant f. or the same section,. or for a portion of it. ILand'conveyed by.the land of the latter date is bonght nnder the Ileal Property Act, and the certificates of title is granted subseguently 'to - this. The original grantee impugns the cer **icates, on the ground that he had the same property by virtue of a land grant of 'earlier date than that .upon the faith of which the certificatoe,of title was issued to the second holder. Upon this,; action is taken, and .-the Judges decide "in f...
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, MAY 29TH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 June 1860
P , ARL4AMENTARýY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. : TUESDAY, MAY 29Tn. Ta T.i g!slativo Assembly met, pursuant .to adjournment, at a quarter past seven o'clock. I:' n answer to Mr. Wilson, The T" Secretary for Lands said the Government :had ddrected the'avrvey of several lines of com niuhicatidii ffrom Sydney to Kiandra, but had determined, as the wisest course under alloir cumstances, in the first instance, to make good the line of road by the main southern road. S In answer to Mr. Forster, The Colonial Treasurer said that'the Govern ment moneys in the Bank were generally not -de~posited for uny specific purpoe ;but in the third instances money raised by loau in advance if public works was deposited under the follow -ruiig'riidiio.ns::-In the Oriental 'Bank, .£10,000, at 6 per cent. interest, .-25,000 of the aniount falling due every month if required; .in the Commercial Bank, £50,000 similarly demandable. SOther questions were answered by Ministers. ; .Several new notices of m...
EXECUTIONS IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 June 1860
. EXECUTTIONS IN CHINA. WE extract the following from a detter dated Canton, January 13, published in tho:Morning 'Pst :-The Chinese belheimid every mian against 'w"lhom the crime of kidnapping is proved, or who confesses it; yet the rewards of this infa mous trade are sogreat, and tile precautions.of the government so lax, that swarms of these villians exist in the neighbourhood. In this matter of executions a very rare sight was witnessed on 'Mond&iy last. It is:seldom thatan ollicer of any considerable rank misbe haves himself so, deeply, or is so .ill provided with friends and the means of creating them, as to go to public execution in the company of the lowest.felons; but I had the opportunity of witnessing this-at thle same timethe first infliction of like punsilhment Ihave seen in China. Down by the water-among such unihealthy slums and crazy dwvellings, with the same filth iand reek and evil odour us haunt the banks of all great rivers, whether they are called Thames...
PADDY O BLARNEY. A SONG THAT OUGHT TO HAVE BEEN SONG ON THE HUSTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 June 1860
PArYDY O'BLARrEY. .' 80I0.TOAT OUGOa TO, AV ' O.uA. x ,0 T - . . . HUSTINOh. 0' 7(rao TIO1 MoBON OnT CO .) ,. On1 Paddy, y honey, you sorely are joking, Ylo rnslty clnt Mre'e whit Volli atv i SNot give men yuront'n " shora 'tin hin thatyou're poklog. " I know yu don't mane to say nay. - - Don't no know that for Oireland'i cust I nas shltriiing With O'Conoull and all th'im bravo bhnyo I Anil If the old enunthry i now rn nr thriving. 'Twu meeolf that m uli part of the noie. Thoey .n that I didn't do nuch. but by 3Jparo. .t irwn nlueky to do wh %t I did;. Plr. I thrw un ne hat thlle Dan cut his coper, -.. And shouteal Iie any young "kid." 'T he',y T I'm a " new chum," but that In all blather; Sure I m ould. and they can't make mo new;t Strrah. 'tls noft. sp I us wlhile I lther. And I think I can blrney a few. 'Til thruc that I wont to Shoalhaven for Borry, And lio'o an ould fury, I'l geraut i ; . , snht ihnrn. on' rx got a goold sovereign from Jerry. .'Y«'d do all that Jerry might want...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 June 1860
,,t,, ·: : NOTICE. , :TO ADVERTISERS.. , S7"E beg to inform our advertisingfriends, that V, r:.wo intend in future to render our :' '' ADVERTISING ACCOUNTSMONTHLY, and that advertisements from non-subscribors;, r?ust in allcases be paid for when brought to the office: This arrangement has become necessary, to enable 't?l? roprietdrs to meet the nlarge outlay incurred in bringing boit tliohe paper, and it is hoped that tiheir siippqrters vill so far aid the proprietors in their undertaking. !:The jExaminer, may he hlid at Mr. Dii'on's Ceitral Store, Kiam.n . : .'::;'':' . ;. :. Shoalhav'eh, : ;' : .,:'. ?. i,?.!l,i,ii ,`?,.',,, . .·, ;?"':: ! ?'' ''" :.?! ' RJAMES LANG,, off Numba; Postmaster, .-lY.has,been. appointed agent for the Kuima Esz amnesr, at(Shqshaven, 'ind is authorised to receive sibscriptions and'advortisemoents. e , L :: I1, E..... I S R - N .E. SSYDNE ~E INSURANC? E O.?IPNY. Office, corner of Pitt and Hunter Streets, Sydney. INCORPORATED 'Y ACT OF COUNCIL,' 18 VIrT., ...