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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 June 1860

DIATLY. nLrv o.. I Day of the Week. Sunrise B s g .?1'IK Y ... June 2- 7 41 I 453 •IUESAY ....... .aI- 2 4" 51 h[(iofDAT~ I- 4. " ~ 46 P. TL7FSIIAY . 1..·· I' 73 4 53 1 ? 'lE EXAMIINER. .. . PuBISIIED •FVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) PORT OF SYDNEY COASTERS INWARDS May 29. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 June 1860

SHIPPING INTElLIGENC. : (RIRtIoEDO FFROO '00 OcERALD AND 0P0110) POUT OF SYDNEY. :' ' COASTIRS IsWARDO. May 20. Rose and Convrd, from .llellainbi. with 100 tons coal: Woodpecker, from Brouleo, witli'stindries. "':?COAO?OO? " AERS |fRDR". 'Nihting?oo and.Concord, for Bellambi; Orient, for Drouloe. -

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WENTWORTH GOLD-FIELD COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 June 1860

A PicEiAC gederdlimeetinmg of thei 4shrlaolders of e Wenitiwdrth Gold-hield- Cod Ly,';sioRs held ots on~,any a ofie, Pitt oi·&t; yestbrd:iy r isnoon,;, *oconsider, implotankt and urgent business connected wiilfhte affaiursof Cii&omnpany. Saul SamunellEsq.) M.P., ocouptiie ilhe chair. -After some eaplanation 3as to tse' nature and object of the meeting, which had reference to the disposal of the Company's plant by tender, it was moved by llajor Christie and seconded. by Mr. Henry Ferris---"That the direefortof the Com pany having reported that no eligible offer has been received in reply to their, advertisement, inviting tenders for the purchase of the property, they be nowr empowered to sell the property by public auction, and failing .to obtain what, they believe to be a fair price by this mode of sale, to adopt such other resources for the dispbsal of thie property and winding up the affairs of the Company, as they may consider best fos:the in terests of .the propr...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXECUTION OF WILLIAM GOODSON. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 June 1860

Execurroe otr WuIL~LA Goonson.-Wiiarq Goodson, who jeas convicted at the April sittings of the Central Criminal Court, andosentenced to deiath for the murder of his wife at rtyde in Msrch last, sulfered the extreme penalty of the law within the precints of the gaol et Dsrlinghurst,'at nine o'clock yesterday morning, Ho was about sixty-six years of age, and very weak and feeble. Since his incnr ceration in the condemned cel he has bccn exceed. ingly a:tentive to his devotions, undcr the unrcmit ting uinistrations of the gaol chaplain, the Rev. P. F. Agnew. He was also frequently visited by two minister.s of a dissenting denomination. We are informed that he admitted the commission of the crime for which he has now suffered, and was very repentant. I-Hn did not expect a reprieve, though bev was aware that Mr. Panrtte and other gentlemen were iilteresting themselves on his behalf. He was so feeble that he had to be assisted to the gallows; end wrhen the fetal bolt was drawin lie died w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RANDWICK METROPOLITAN RACES. FIRST DAY, TUESDAY, MAY 29TH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 June 1860

-:RAN IDIOK MIbTROPOLITAN A1jOES .--.. ([ro0 Tin EMPIIRE. FIRST DAY, TUESDAY, MAY 29TH. TnE courso was in splendid condition, and the general arrangements were satisfactory, if we except that the first two or three races were considerably behind the advertised time. , FIsT RACE. To come to the running, the first race, which was set'down for half-pastl12, did not start until it was nearly 1 o'clock. The following were the horse named on the race card "published by authos rity": First year of the Second Triennial Stakes of 100 sors., added to a sweepstakes of 10 sovs. each; 5 sors. forfeit; no entrance fee; 2-yrs. old, 8st.; one mile; fillies and geldings allowed 41bs.; the second horse to receive 10 and the third 5 per cent. on thC. gross amount of the prize. Entrances closed.. Mr. J. r. slevoi's b. f. Chatterei. by Chatterbox, out of Jessel. S'. Rowley's b. e. Premier, by Warwick. out of Porta. .' 't. Skuhhoppe's b.. c. lon. by Chatterbox. nut of Black Bess. -T. Tain' b. e. Alfred, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 June 1860

SMOUE CHINssE.--Tho Hunter steamer arrived at Nelligenr on Friday morning early; she was crowded with Chinnmen, and we understand that in conse quence of the aInrgo number of "pigtails" that have applied for passages in Sydney, another boat is on her way down, also loaded with another cargo of them. The jnabbering made by them on their arrival at the wharf was most amusing.-Braidtoood Di ds.tcl. A nland sale took place on the 11th instant, when all the larger lots were sold, the Maryborough and Wide Bay Cotton-growing Association purchasing 295'ncrds, so that they have now the ground and themeanns to commence operations, which, judging from their advertisoments for aInbour, various works to be contracted for, &c. &c., they appeaonr determined to do with spirit. May overy snccess attend the usndertaking, is the sincero wish of all in this neighbourhood.l-Mary/borogk1 Adertraiser.

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHITWORTH'S RIFLED CANNON. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 June 1860

iV'II'PFvOR 2Y1S RI'LED CA4NNA'O ScrncEiY" lIne thc .wonder. xcited by Armstrosg's -u ,u been 'sulbsided when Mr. Whitworth, whose rifles are so ~celebrated, coiiim forth wih rifled iirdl?nico \vlhiich surpeases isythilin Iiledrlo wit nrlsd.d A tr;ild af these terrible.engines. of war took place on Wednesdy, ait' Solithport Tli:e Arim strong gun. was a gigantic stride in the progress of scientific gunnery, but the experiments which have just been made at this placed!show that it is not the lest we may.expect, and .that, though at present greater than all others in range aid precision, even the VWhitworth giun in both these points may be snrpassed .by otheirs .before the year is. out. The Wlitworth- bore is now so .well known that it is scarcely.necessary to say it is hexagonal in section, the corners being rounded off, ind trhe interior of theobarrel may be generelly described as being a hollow polygonal spirl., The degree :of. twist de ponds on the diameter of the. bore, and is alw...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUPREME COURT. TUESDAY, 29TH MAY. BANCO COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 June 1860

SUPREME COURT; .---+-- TUESDoAY, 29Tn MAY. SBANco CounT. -BEFonE the Acting Chief Justice. S BTOBO-V. O'ABRETT. - * This was nin action' for two libels: said to have been published! in the Illawudrra. jerecury, whereof defendant wan the proprietor and editor. . Mr. Darvall, Q.C., and Mr. Steph'n,.appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Faucett flr the defendant. ..The plaintiff was "Captain Stobo, the pilot at Kiama. The publication first complained of as libellous was one announcing his dismissal from that post for shaving the removed the Government moorings. The second stated that a letter had been received from Captain Stobo. to theq offectithat he hhd not been dismissed, but had availed himself of an, ilteriative to resign in order to escape dismiiisal. The fact was this, Captai'n Stobo, besides being Government pilot at £25 per. annut??, was 'als "manager of the local steam' company, at £200 per annuin. When a. complainit was made of him, the Pilot Board wrote suggesting that; the ...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 June 1860

coo Oi aEQo?urses. (BeforeTthe same Justices.) We were unable from indisposition to attend the sittingse of this; Court, and can therefore give, little more ,han i' list of.:tho cases decided, with the judgmraonts. Andrew Dow~Y v. E. Barber.-This wase n nction to recover £9, the value of a dray sold. Plairtifl is a ~ihoolrigh reos'ding in Wollon.'ongo, Defendant lives at'Shelliharbor. .Th odcfenoe We' e that there had never been a sale. Thre dray had not been delivered; no money haed been paid on necount, and there was no written memorandum of the contract. Cose dismissed, and an order mado for defendant's expenses in attending, O'Iara v. R. Howaid.-To recover £4 10s, for rntting 40 loads of wood and for two days' work. The defcnco was that plaintiff had never been employed to cut as much as a " horse-rod" for lcfenddant. Judgment entered for plaintiff, VwithL costs. Bryen v. 'Auighly.-For 3 weeks' rent of n house at Brnghton Crock. The dcefenco was a set-off of £9 10. for loss sust...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KIAMA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 31ST MAY, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 June 1860

KIAMA POLICE COUT.. ----.?.-?. TITURSDAY, 31sT MIAY 1860. (Before Messrs. Perrott, Fry, Chapmae, Moles, and the Mayor). McrcnAer. Asmnews was found guilty of being drunk in the streets of Kiamn, and in defiult-of payment of a fine ofE£2; was oaldered to be locked up for 48 hours. A second charge for a like offence was then preferred against the same party, and a similar punishment inflicted. T'he second term of impri. sonment to comnlence at the conclusion of the first. Kinma Corporation v. Joseph King. Hindering. their servants in the execution of works. James Colloy: I am the M?yor of Kiama; in virtue of my pflico I sent three meui to form a part o Gipps-street, d• the;township oKiamna, on the 26th instant; ,hn,, , fl . . ers s.everal days prc'iosIely; about 10 o'clok on Siaturday morning I was informed that Mr. King, the defendant, had stopped the men from working; I told the men to return to their work; about half-an-hour after.they came ba,,k and said Mr. King bad again stopped...

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MACQUARIE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 June 1860

b MACQUARIE RIVER. On Subbatlhlast Mr. *Kuilipreacled bhin farewell dis course to Iis flock nt th6 Mfeadows. '1 lIe little slab building was unusually full, and the hearers unusually attentive. Thie words on which his sermon was founded are in Phillippians, lot and.27tb ir. *'Kail has been lecturing for some time back in this portion of the -New 'T'estamePnt, and thie appropriate nd pathetic verses I have alluded to, by some strange coincidence, happened to he the one which occurred next in rotation aflter those on which he lhaid been lecturing previasly. His remarks were very appropriate, and exquisitely .aflfecting. They camefroni ahlleart evidetitly hIurating with feeling and overflowing ivits thle tenderest .pastoral affection. It ?was a sermon that will long be remen?bered by those who heard it. .Few eves were dry, and few'hearts capable of that seli.restraint which decorum and decency demanded. Few of his hearers were aware that a man of such cool. bess adid calmness could fee...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. FOX GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 June 1860

DISTRICT INTELLIGENGE. :[FROaM OUR CORIIRESPONDENTOS. FOX GROUND. Of late, the weather is very fiv6rable--il tracei of the recent floods having disappeared. Tie grass is ver'y bare, onring tothe -nrvageeof the.eoteripillar. 'The cattle in consequetce, it is to be' feared; will slfflei severely tlisd-winter. However tieoweather now i.ull that'could be looked for, only tie bitin?g cold whichasets inlat sight too plainly tells tfmt winter Is on as. The Rev. Mr. WVilson has been roind lare, anldgives os to utnderstand that.he, iill for the present perform divine service once a fortnight t tthe adhoolhouse, .con mencing on Sabbathsfirst, at fix;in the afternoon. 'ITbis is the most convenient timn e that the rev. gentleman coulaid choose, as :lie is fearful of interfering ;itll the Srrangelnoti of bother bodies, as the houae is bccupied by olher dlifferent.sects in all the forenoonsnat present, tiil the WVesleyans complete their own place of worship which is.in'course of erection.; theref...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 June 1860

Choice Jlkkilg CoU0s, Pigs, ChUra, &e. At the Risk of the formier Purchaser, Mr. William Bi3nrless. f R. G; K. WALDRO- - will sell by aRction, /J. at the Steam Packet Inn, On; THURSDAY Next, 7th llJune, 3 first-class"ldairy cows 1 sow and 6 pigs 1 capital barrel churn. ' ' Terms, liberal, at Sale. S PrimeForward Springers . From Slhoalhaveid. Diy ofSale, 7 THURSDAY NEXT,;7th TJUE. n[ HR. G.K. WALDRON has received positive in ·IVI .structiones from M?r.' D. Robinson to:sell by auction, atthe Steam Packet Hotel,.: . : On THURSDAY rioxt,7th JJn e, 15 very prime Sprisgrs. ...,:. These are a primo lot, just at tio ciatlving... . N.; o reserve. Terms liberal. Wor BUllkng Elook M R. G. K WALDRON bhs received iistruinc S tions' from Mr.: right to sll by, nauction, at the Steam Packet Hotel. . : S On THURSDAY nxlt,' 0 capital working bullolcks ,anl geir complito. Also, 20 bushels primo-grass seed.;:-- , . s ,;-I·· Terms liberalr ' . S : Agents Wanted IN" all the districts of New Sout...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 June 1860

S Te.rms;.' :i adeortising.?-Folur lines and 'tiuider ....... 0 • , . Six ....... . .. ...:....' : .:':. a. 7 '6 ,, Everyadditionalillite '.;,.;. 0 3 Snhsoriptinn- -er'quarter inhadvano ::.... :. 8 6 - Attho end of the quartoer .?. 9 0 - Siule copies, each..... 0.. . ' 0 6 STheo: quarters end on the Itsiday ofJu w e1optemher, December, and March, respectiyply,, :;;, rIAMAci-Printed and publeed: by't ibproprlotor, WItLIaM lIavia, of Itluet at 50 o 5 Z,0augen?cu Oera Pretlog-omco, huoalhave".s.flr, Idlsnu, ?fbltl,|, ' rdn.?",.-uos 6th, 1600U

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INFLUENZA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 June 1860

SItr?Li.ttNZA.-The papers. inform uits that this complaint is:very prevalent in Sydney: everyone theing more or less unifer its iiflunene:.'" "n many cas~es the 'minptoms are very severe,-and .lhave proved fatal in a few instances. In Kianta too'this epiteniic' is -rife, no 'loedility bilng apparently secure from its*visits. We have heard of numbers suffering?pore or less, and we ourselveslhave had ai long attasck. 'Little improvemerit can be lotikedfer in the general health until we'have a fdll of rain to chlinge the state of the atmosphere. T" TuE WEATeIeh.--Ditring the last weoek we have been visited bya. succession of strong westerly gales with a cloudy sky, lportendihg rain; but as yet none has fallen, nalthough we observe thaton the last: day of the races our :Sydney friends were suhjeoted.to'a heavy fall. As is usual when these strong westerly winds bilow, the sea became very rough, and on Wednesday, ft'hursday, k!riday. and Siaturday we had no steamer from Sydnef, ,nd were w...

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SERIOUS FIRE AT PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 June 1860

"_;' E;OIUSYFIR~ysit ' RedM4lTT4t ' . (rROat THE aMPIRe.s'e A Lirit!ssfterlieffliso'clocl on 31086na o m ing, the lyc-house connected. with 'lessrs. J. and W. Byrones'. factory was'discovered by.theo watchminan-, to be on fire; he immediately gave the alarm by calling up several of the nearest neiglihouris, and by ringing the hell connected with the premises, and in a very'short time there were 'ri'ot less than two hnndred persops assembled, with, somile of the fire:brigade witlh their engine, hut, snfortunately,.they could not getit to, work for some time, on account of the absence of the foremanr, who shortly after came ied got the engitie iito play, whieh'soon checked the fire, 'but pt before the whole of "tie place vwas gutted. - Fortuilately thie libuilding is stone, wi'h a 'orrugated iron reof; which s he mins of eliehei"g the fire fronispireading.,to ,.the itll and factory. : But lihd the wind been fironi fle :south-east:, nothing: could have savel theowhole premisefifrom bei...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. SHOALHAVEN. June 2, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 June 1860

DISrRTCI' 10 TPLL1GENCE. I r [Rvnoha OnUR ooonalsPOHDNT, "i 8I0AT11I VEN.: Jn. Jihe 2,1860. Tronx hasnnot been nnvthin of public intereitt o. nrrin, in this neighlorhood .ince my hlist: 'l~ie conitinued fine sciisoh hiis iven great olnes- To titib farrers, and the energies of all classes arn etlled forth, proparing for the ensingl harvest. This reactinp after the great depression recently 'sutfferl has a tendenIy to revive all descriptions of trade, and toestabhlish mutual confidence. In the town of Nowrat several improvements are in.prograL.and.a niw inkervhqi started, bein, the second now in operation in Shoahliaven. Thlio estimate forerecting a court-horise and ilnck-np having passed, we ipay shortly expect io ee tend.rs calle?Tes1 rand,ii cin nexion with , this, resident poliice. You lately noticed the nation taken bly a public meeting of the lhouseholder, in Nruwra,'on this qiuestioni. Numner. nuspetij, rhIoeries havlng been committed in a small coimlantiicy naturally excites s...

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AN UNWELCOME VISITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 June 1860

AN UNWELCOME VISITOs- A few i igits ago a lady residenit iii; the western .municipality; retired to ýt rest, as usual, with her mind 'bent bn sleepib'utsomnehow tlhe '-drowsy god fled from her pilloiw, anld she lay tor some time awake. What the cogitationis of her -mind were, we are iiot ifri a position ti state, but she heardi.: breath inig, as she thonght, under her bed, and then a gentle sigh, which induced her to get up aind light a candle. On looking uinder the piece .of furniture, alluded to, she observed a pair of shoes, next a nian's legs, and gradually she discovered the owner of these necessary appendages, . who made an excuse for being found in such a position at so unseasonable an hour. " The lady evinced considerable masculine resolve,'. and. having called in a guardian of the night, she gave the intruder into custody; and at his own re quest, he has been remanded until Satirday next, for what he terms a material witness- Ballaarat Star. AnssENce of MIND.-Brown wrote a ...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. Thursday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 June 1860

STELEGRAPHIC INTELL lGENCE. ARsIDoGED FRaOM THI, HERALD AND EiMPiRiE. " MELBOURNE. Thursday, 7 p.m. Ts-a Birih-day 1Bll went of brilliantly ILost eight, although the rain was diizzling all night- ' Nothing done in Ministerial crisis. : Explanationis were made in both Houses. In the Upper House the Ministers .were at= tacked on all sides for .attemptilng to interfere with the indeipedefice of the 'House:. In the Assembly, Nicholson explained that on finding th Upiper Houses determinied to throw out. all important principals of the Land Bill, the Ministers had determined to transfer all the responsibility to it. No explanition 'was made as to-pending arrangements, but Mr.- Nicholson said that a member of the Council hadsbeen sent for. Messrs. Embling, Irelhnd, Service, Duffy, and Don, spoke 'on all sulijects but the Minis terial crisis. The Lower House is still sitting. Mairltets ares heavy. Ilour' still further de pressed, but nodeclisne yet decla?red. .. At the iuquest,o? 'Sinclair,...

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TRIP TO RAYMOND TERRACE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 June 1860

'RIP TO RAY,, rOYD ,' T RAUE. ' A'TRAYELLE1? per steam-boat from Sydney to the Hunter River usually comes on deck to stretch his legs after the vessel, puts into, the simnooth waters of Newcastle harbor; a?ia after, a rough night's tossing on our oft. times boisterous coast, breathing the sreet air is a refreshing change'from other nauseating smells of bilge water, brandy, arid empty boots, of which the cabinis 'are usually redolent . .. The steamer is swiftly paddling over the Flats, and the lialf-sqoeamihl traveller gazes round in vain for something' worth looking at .in the shape of sceinery; nothing more picturesque is to be seen than noud-flits, sand banks, and 'low 'wampy islets covered with mangrove bushes and pelicans or dredgiig mahines, coal bai'rgs, ;aid' oyster bsats,lckingg up tihe n.arriw . clhannel, and puttin lii n inervous dread of a stick on the liusita r four or live hours, "'' I' i :o Awavi p.iill.lie the steamer anid'he is' soonover the di ided flts and enter a ...

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