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ADELAIDE. Thursday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 June 1860
ADEISAIDAi h " ý Thuratay 6 pnstir The flour anid wheat market sll coftiaues tn active. it appeal kap been lodged by the defendant n ,the rase of' Hutchinesorn' Ia irtha, aginst theAt.ulitg of the J.udges. A stormiy debate is goicg on in the Assembly on the second reading of the Custome' Law Amendment Bill. The Young Australian sailed-an 4.20"T'fro Nepean lay, to meet the mail steamer. The Ministry havo - encountered. .a .strong opposition in the A?ssembly,' on the -second reading of the- Bill for the abolition of ad valorem duties. The debate is proceeding. Flour, £21. l1s. to £22. Wheat, 9.., to 9s. 8d.
RANDWICK METROPOLITAN RACES. SECOND DAY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 30TH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 June 1860
RAND WIICK IUTROPOLITN RACEs. S," " ', (F': [x izo~ i?e rtelzi] . " .. ? . ,+i SECOND.DAY.: W?EDNSDAY,. MAY; 3ru ? As is'generilly the case on the second'ilay of; all races, wthether metropolitan, isuburhan.or country, the anttelihinicoyesterdliy, at the 1?'dlwivck'I;'otero politan Auttimn Meetint was;not nearly so large ais on the first ihiy. Neitlhe?r tis the Granid Stand so w'well patron?ild--r circitnitance attibntitble in'some degree to the-`ighh charge for itdltiission-naneely, one guinea for a -gentleman and half a guinea for a ,ady. , .: FersT Race: , Second year of the" Fir$l Trieniial Stakles of 100 tiovs. iaiddled to a s?weep4itke of 10 l"oivs eaich; 5 soya. forfdit; no e?itrine fee'; 3 yearl it 8 st.'" one idile anil na ,htlf; fillies'iiand gildin. "allo?nil 4 hes; the secon eiorse to-receive ten;'i and the third five per coiit itn' the grti atoiiunt of the prize. .r.;" it'?b f. Vnq'uIash; by Waverley, out of Lueae t iL k ' I J". teOllt' tIomeboah,' by ilppig.cToe.out of...
MAORIES AT VIENNA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 June 1860
:M.Loiois AT, VAZ-r X. A letter fromi Vienna of the 18th February, states dtlliht a few days lpre viously the twoiv natives of New Zealand,,d irimu Totoe ased Hemara, Relierau who were brought ovger to Europe by the Austrian frigate, Novara, had the honorof being presented by Dr. Selierzer a member of, thit scientifio et?peditiiln, to the Eepneror and Emipress of Austria." Totoes the elder, of the twio Maories, wliho is elabotately tatooed, addressed.their Majej sties in a speeclhiof his0own making asndin liis own language, which being literally translated, runsthus:-' ?VWe greet thee,;.we . greet thee, Francis J-osph, iighty Emperorof Austria .. Great wpas our longing desire to see thee, and this is the reason for our visiting thy, country' We longed to see the, but we also desired. to see, the land" of :oilier strangers. The cominander o0f thy war eanoe Novara,- told the Governioir of Newr Zealand that he would take us with limit to gise tlhee an oppor tuinity of seeing native iSa...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 June 1860
ScOM?IiERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. TuI S: . "Herald of Saturday last reports a ,Uilassotherlilu cepresesd, the prims quoted. in. thin .article are ;t1oo in transactions between the produoel ad " tho firt purchaser.a " . Float is firm at last weekts qnotationas being-Pin, " 2, second qtality £23 per tons of 2000 lbs. Wheat. Is to 90 par bushel. IBrun l 3d per bushel. Breiad.L-ld per 2.1. loaf. Bisdcuit.-Mr Wilkie quotes calin hisenit at .Os per 100 lbs.; lnavy biscuit, 20. per o100 lbs. Mr. lanmiltou 'Ctlhin 3is; 'navy. 20~s per lot lbs. c R:tchers' Mcat.-Beef Id to. 2d, muttin 2d to 3d, pork 5d to Gd, veal 4d tottd per lb. Lamb 6s 63 £ per quarter. - Poultry uand Dairy Prodneo.-Fowls 2s 6d to 3s, ducks 3s to 4s, geese 6s to Os, turkeys 7s to lOs, pigeous Isa dd, wild dlucks 4s to 5s, teal 25s to 3s per couple. Ita?so?ting pits,.5s to 6s each. Butter Is 3d to I s61, cheese ad to 7d, bacon and hams 7d to 8d1, lard 6d to 7d per lb. Eggs Is ad to Is ad per dozen. i egetables.-Potatoes £8 to £1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 June 1860
• ~ l'- , : * NOTI -." * ; "' TO,; ADVE RTISERS. "'iTE beg to. inform our advertising fri'ek , that ? E we intpnd in.future to renderour SADVERTISING ACCOUNTSMONTHLY, a^d that advertilsements from ion-asuhscribers, inmst Sall citses he' paid for when brought tothe office. ,i arrangement has become necessary, to enabhle e praprietors to meet the large outlay incurred in inging out the paper, and it iss hoped theat their epporters will so far aid the proprietors in their nidertaksng. -The Ezxamoiner, may be had at 'Mr. Dixon's; - tntral.Store,:Kiamin. i a .....i , tLLAWARRA S. NAVIGATION COMPANY, TIME TABLE. " FROM SYDNEY TO ?IAMA "fA ,,sonday, i]nuesdy ,, eidnstay, .- 'l'hirsdy, and .. . Fra'dsyi at 11p~m: .'.. , ....,' ,FROM KIAMA TO SYDNEY.... -onday and Thursday; 11 am, *tiiesday *Thurs. S day, nd Friday, at.noon.:..-, . FROM? WOLLONUONG TO KIAMA. S d't esay, Vcdnesday, T'lliirsday, FIridli, sut Stur-. day, at or about 0 an.m. or so soon as vessels ". e coaled. FRO1. .KTAMA' TO SH...
FINANCES OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 June 1860
FINANCES OF THB COLONY. Tn'i current revenue for the first quarter of S- - thisyear has seriously declined from the amouit Sralculated upon on the average of former ,ye rs.--We are not among the number of those .who think that we are on the high road, to ruin,. bankruptcy, and repudiation. A constant stream of prosperity is very apt to blind the eyes,; so.as to make men careless of looking into ,the expenditure, and a check now and then is S.ofuse to muke our legislators pause and con idei. The revenue as detailed ins the -usual accounts produced to Parliament is made up .:from two:very different sources.-One of these consists of the produce. of the ordinary tax ation,-the other of what is drawn from the .land.,,The fortiier ought to be expended on the ordina'ry current expienses of keepingu the ,sa.h:m iiciery. of the. govelinme.it in existei?ne. The laitter ought to be davoted to the i prove ment of "the ecunrry. What is rased ly loan, -belongs to the letter division. For if the r...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 June 1860
- D[A I .-II ~ ' - ýDayaopfttbe V k. I : Mnth' I . nriel Suntlt Ae "'W I)'FD1Y,.. Junoo; . 3 4I 33 6 "TI,1UAIftt",!) ~ ~ ¶ I'~ ý . .I, I..7 4: 4 I ' :4'5 il xA.lNM PUDLISUXED EVERY.~ WflDNflSDAY AND SATURDAY..'.' ?WEDNVESDAY7 JUNE 6, 1860.
LOST IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 June 1860
L OST .P IYTHE B1USH. [vn03! THE 5IELBQURSE .LEADEx5.) T 11 following is a espy of a journal kept by linryiaggarty inud Thomas Leonard, two men lostil the bush for several' days afte, leaving Bnowy River gold-field :? " Took our doeparture from the Snowy River on' the o20th April Came over Lob's'Hole on 21st, arid on the 2ind we were making our wiy for Paddy's River, when we took the w?rong track to the' right hand, down by? tlhe old Sheep Station, where we got into a' gullyy aid were lost five days. We lubed siothindg to'"eat for the four first days except a hldf.pouid of 'sugar. During the three first days it wiS' raining and s:eeig till the while. On ',thie'ev eniog of the fourth.day I g.ve up all hopes of life as [ was then very weak, and about four niiles from our tent; and I thought, by the weak staiteo Iwas then in, I. could never reiach it, anid 'I said to iny miate Thonias Leonard," It ii no use, let us lay down here and wrap ourselves up in one blanket and die together." T...
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, 1ST JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 June 1860
:, ; L'EGISiATIVE ASSE?ýIILY." ?i the Legiolative Aiasemhly,. yeaterdipy. Elie} Speaker took the 'chair' ntt tiesity-fie ininutes :pest' three; }' . Mr. Kemp brought up. tho"'Report-"of the. Library Conmmittee, Which were read auir:orderedj to be printed. Mr. Robertson laid on the table correspon dencd'relative to the removal of ;a clerk of ithe Police-office, and other papers. Mr. Black brought up tlie Report of the Select Committee on the, appoinutment of the Dean of Sydney. In answer to questions, it was said by Minis. ters that Mr." Counmisnsiner Clitet6 had sent in his report on the dispute between Messrs. 'Edwards Brothers and Channon, and Emtmina'uel Hayes and Co., .as to' the right of .watei at Adelong;--that the Governinent ...were not .flicially cognizant of a resolution in the other House to allow private Bills to. hbe taken utp. again at the stage at which they were left at the. close of a session;=-that the Governor-General had accepted the services of the Volunteer Rif...
SNOWY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 June 1860
CA?ti -at ly ell; too wealliioaw onexplorer of the 3urajy, , his ijust ret"triied from the Snowy lvaer, aid brings Valtahleoitifirtattion, both with respect to.the'rlver ind- the atrroundilin couniry. , His first entraneeinlto, it wars toit b the sea niouthi, t soiti'mtile as ady ,"'id. thi a h efieeted4,y lihivig.':-1il" l',t alicried overlatti frorm lie' iehneatif :lihi. Gippl.tand hlfkese a di lance of forty niles; t~ theo 'spot ' frin'w hich l e started!' After prd'eedin'g bout thlirty' mniles p the river and taking a good look.at the country, Captain. Caidell returned and mai lhia way out, over, the bar,' ~into the open.sea, hiyere he wag capsized once or toice, on Ninety mile beidh near the .eiitrpnce -to lie .lakes;.: thing daianted, ho .sayed an- entraniee into'tl1tite iwy River the; next time, from the sea mohtli," aid thiis he twice succeeded in effecting witlioutmiiclh ditficiltve. /There is about seven feet of W'ater oni the bar. or a little less, ivlten thle intd is fro...
LIMITED LIABILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 June 1860
" Lf lerrrLrAo rr7 .Yv e d-fld'ih ich moi nf titoh ardl Iirtsi Euritpeitn we oare tolil, wint to' leave, their; dirl, wi"'.ee hlfiit. Iliu? ;e as tl'id siry: thi Eilhllso'climhne will not sui.t hem . y h At a chricttnico' whil tite fhlinist:r Wee givig the certllloiite; he hiedpoi to Riily " Lot ije ose tihii is thultiirteItli?'" 'The thirtiothiI .' e cliin'eil the: indiuinant 'tiothetr;'i ! idndd it is oibly tho' eleventh P :I . ". °: , IThoe ;W 27g ,-Filand Jourl got a glimrapse, latery, on a wet cdly, of tio hoop of a herring barrel doing ditty ?fO crjnollnoi a gsh of. " herring booi n - - .. .... .gL. ". .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 June 1860
ihalha~ [Rt. JAME-l.?O. of &G 'nomin; Pntmaster, h1 s tebeen -ap FiliFe?l'- ?ett for the.Kruma Et* ,miner, at Shlnnlhaven, and is authorised toppciveb ihicriplions and advertiomnonts. . Ofice, coarier of Pitt and .Maup±n Se?t? t q .ý|r'e.7 INCORPORATED 4W ACT OF O0 CEIL5 C 8 Subscribod Onpit....£20000... , .DIRECTORS " q. D. GORDON. Fo., MfT.L.A.,CrrCAstA. a ,RICHIARD JONES, BEsQ:, M tA.? Der tr for l*Cssaa bV fire the nd.i'f£15T The di rectnrs \vonlh? pointf :Gut~ p 17c'Ian*Tfa t "ee derive • "from ' ?s t..stlish ient of this.trdll iil.Pistittin. aThe rAiei of, premi.. .ia . fire .TOTT 'pATflPA\.,':s+ FitQ %'' : '+]? =:1? • Suortv. 3or-Tr;e . fl+. :..(- . oJ+;+,?+ inSurace have been relhicedt75 per cent. beDtiwithe rat hinth eated oy the English companies so?ne fewd ror loner's hV fire the .uml of £t1; 1109 5s .."in Ther dib-acth-ran ton e pointwnotsthe plowi a: tosin. tInnees ilerived' fromi thu+ entui||hiaiennt t'of thin ?truly eolonini institnitlnn. '1he r,?ne, of :premi...
ADDITION TO THE TREATY OF COMMERCE WITH FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 June 1860
"ADnIT1oi'To Tt TtiE. TETY o ot', oCMtiRCE WlrIT! F'itANow' The followirig is ait 'dditiotial at rticlde to the .Treityy of Commerce,:'concluded lit Parlls -on 'the '23rd of Januarv, :1860, be t.veen her Maijesty'.and :the .~tEmnperor of ihe Frencili; signed at: Paris on the 25thnFebruary, 1860 and ratificadtions exelianged:at Paris nit the 28th of Februairy .1860.:-By Article VII. of the ,Treaty..of.,.Commeree, between.; lier Majesty the; Queeiin of ?lie United Kingdom of Gtieat Hiitain arid Ii eland and his Majesty the ?mieiororbf the. FLeii nh, signed at Puris on the 23rd of Juiuary. last; her:lnritan-nie Majqsty tindertook to recornionid : to Parliament the adiiiission into the Utited Kingdoni of brandies inid sliu its inmported froifi' FrTance at a duty txacitly equal to the exsise ditty levied upon home-niitdle 'spiritsi with tihe addition of a.sur? tax -of 2d. a gallon, 'lwhich 'woutild muleo the iiaitull du?y, piyable on Fiench brandies ind' spilits S.? 2d: a gallon. ?Since'...
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 June 1860
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. s"?TuieBr;actcsa AKr ia Cnious;-It wotld, appear that the eshholmister is:anrlnadin'the interior, and Sthe-ahorigi?ies, are graduaqlly acqpiring: a ,taste. fir tho nmuseiient. oft civilised enrmmtnities. ' The Pstao toeral I. Tines tiete e ttait. l aboth , fifty maile tanl' femalehaliriftinealo formed not the lttait dolihtel portionof the mhlience at ?Biirtot's ?Giretn, Denili qinn. 'Th amiou'nt of the adchiesion fees was raised inbytbeertptiioit irG C OFA oF?i Munltn.-About six montihs ago a maniennined Nicllobtie Deer died ata sation near Mefaryhmld. , His, death wn?t said to ti enaused hv n. blowinflictid by ," illiii Kinog daritng au qnrrel it the WVoolhed. T he"csisec?tineon ait BrisbIne toil was dilmissed, heceisoe sin tilleo rd offeincewits coin. mitted in INewv South -Vales."?Since thet'n the pri. saoner? hls t:been nrrested a .econd:time; and hanmded overitomirpnilice..:i O6 Tl'htursdany he was brought up cntthe- Central: Poltico Ciurt,.nnd, two imen, ith...
THIRD DAY, THURSDAY, MAY 31. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 June 1860
THIRD DAY, TiUoitiAY, MAY 31. This wna the4 third and - last- day. of the Rand wick Mtrihipolitan Auitumn Race fMeting, and a nitrd i'ufilraoralle one could liyn ' piossiility "have occurred. In the earlier ''int of th'e day it com nenced to.bliw half a gale of wind from the south. ward; cloids of red dustlintermiigle d with ptarti cles of iand, were carried about by. thei'violoece of the wind. The utmost discomfort w.Vas' thus occa sioned...At.aboiut one To'clock rain. beign to de secil' i smiinll 'shovers;i-s thie hiy wore on it teemned doivn in torrents. Asna matter of t'ourse, lirg nunibers * of -tho viiitors 'Ier thorohoughly drenched. . F:T-.. s RACE. . The Prince of. les Stak'a of GO0sov., nadied to a sweepstakes of 5 iove.'eacli, for all horae3'M.P.C.; tho winnerto be soldfor';100; jIf entered fir, £80, allowed 71ie.; if for £70, allowod 1211;? ,if for £60, allowed 191bs.; if- for. £50, 'allowed '281b6. No furltier illtiwano to. maiden mare'or geldinga; any surplus to go too...
QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 June 1860
QURBNSLAND. A rL hate papors from Qupenoland to t e ond of She Courie, hlints tliat Captin u ;'Connill wihoh asl been appointeidl t the Consil Board, will hI the reprcooefttise of the Government in the Upper-iouse.l he:Govcinmente it is arso said. intend. to,piit" forward. _1Ir..Blakeney as Chairnian if Ommittees. . .The; first iQueeis?i~fland I'arlianet .,,asopeneed ontihe 2'i?id May, h. three Conmnissioners, Sir Cl?rle ,.Nicholmn;. hart., Captain- . . O' 0nn ell,. and "F. :MDomugall, E??q., who proeededl then -to" ,swear iii tihe membhers presept..; Tli, IlIouse iheii adjourned to the 29thiinitnit.:, The the Assembly after thhs weariig ing of tie h' emm bers; Mir. Gilbei:t Elliott waso unaiiimnosly choseni Speaker .-r.. . , "-; ; . , .;,, , , Dlr. D 'Rslneirts, the rejected candidate for Fo titude V ?lley, lis ..accepted, a seat in .the UpnersFnuse s ' ." : Thereauppears:to be a scarcity of female' ser vagus at Iifi ihane* ,.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND TEACHERS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 June 1860
QrILIJRWLOY l?7__ 4l 7 1E IES "SS" OC I"7IOA' " " ( ' Th. fg?.rt)jy X eenii off the Chureh of ILog land Teoliers- Assiotiii i- .wa -held -at" t.i Jsni. SehlI r. n, on Saturte iafternaoon, et hai-past two 1chle.. ele eril sineitber,:r:wLue atbsent iin eeon iiieiicotftl 'epiciiili'ititiieflc ?r The chair was tillte. Gtir li. leb:' Afti r: prayer. the hairnt, cd , one .ecrceta (Mr. orni) to re tl flhlinfte3 ;uf liiht inontilyunsget'ing: Thi minutes bhinilg reiad "tsid ?uifirndd, 'lMr.l lode read= i papet'itl- Mental liinprovment." TIhey couild flit" keels their position as teachers uinless they wer ciitiiniully enlarging their vieiw: The're, wre hiniturn htle instances of indifiidnal?wlio hiid fIot .a titthei'f the advaintages thley possesaed, wliho hd iaised tisemselves by self-culture,; id thi? ; were -re sponsible for nfckiig a good iuse of thieir oppiir tunitfes ,T:idiiious reaidiing and tItudy briun down the scieie antid aiirt if 'preceding-uge. to the present. Mi1ere tiriditional...
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
COLONIAL gXTRRA?TS. A MIODERNJ JACK:'SIEPPARD.-It will pr bably be in the.recolleotion of our readers that, on Sunday, the 1st of April last, a prisoner named J. R1. Miller, under committal on two or three ohargos of burglary, made hils escape from -the Melbourne gaol. The following account of his escape, roe-arrest, .nd subseqluent escape, ccr tainly proves him a worthy pupil of the Jack Sheppard school. ,On the Sunday in question a.number of prisoners, among whom was Mliller, w.ere turned into the airing yard at the gaol. After they'had been in the yard some little time, another prisoner was also put in the yard. Miller, no doubt, determined to turn this cir cumstance to some profitable account, for when it camne close to the hour for again returning to the gaol, hle swent into the wsater-closet in the yard, and haviiigjumped down, remained up to his neck in tlhe soil. On the prisoners being mustered, an officer went to search the closet, but found no one. No sooner had hlie gone ...
FATAL ACCIDENT ON BOARD THE COLLAROY(S). [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
FI'TAL 'Acoeurae'r oN BOARD THE COLLeAOr (s). -On Saturday night, about 10 o'clock, while the Collnroy (s.) was being hurriedly disalhrged on hlier arrival fromin.the Huntor, in consequence ofits being necessary to dispatch the. same night, Mr. John Watts who for many years had held the office of foremsn byer the laboring gang employed by the company, was, as usual, attending the fore hatch way, when in overhauling the clha'n-burton by which the cargo is hoisted out, he accidentally fell. into the hold, striking his head, as it is supposed against the keelson. Immediate assistance being at hand, he was at once convoeyed, in ami insensible state, to the Infirmary, ivhero overy means wvas re sorted to, botin vain, and he expired aboutilve a.m. yesterday.. Mr. Watts having been so long in the employ of the. A. S. N. Company, was well known and deservedly respected by all who must hovo been in thie habit of daily meeting with him, and a general feeling of sorrow for his melancholy death...