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CAMDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
CA.1D IIV. (Fono. conn.srOONmDNT oi OMP'IREa.) Ten'anniversary of tlhe Wesleyan Church Ex tension hndSustontation Fund has been held iu this circuit during- theo week. Tihe Rev. G. Hurst, of Sydney, preached at Caindon on Sab bath last, inorning and evening, and at Cawdor in the afternoon, and the lc~'. V. Clark at Glcnmore and Wcstbrook. - A public moeeting was Iheld at Cawdor on Monday evening, tile lev. W. Clark presiding, and some very interesting anil effective speeches wore delivered, which were listened.to withh great attention. On Tucsdli' evening a public meeting wats held atCamdon. Mr. Olis being eillell to the chair, expiessed the pleasure it afforded him to manifest his sympatl!y with tho.objects contem plated by' the society, anti mentioned instanees whichl had come under his own observation, illustrative of the need which rexists for such efforts being made. Tho Rev. W. Clark read th'e report, consisting of extracls from the general:report, by which it appeared that th...
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.—SYDNEY. MONDAY, 4TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
C, CFP .L CAIJINAL COU1T7.-SDI.s? fi MIONDaY, 4n JUNE. ,(Before his Honor Judge Wise.) TnE'Criminal Court opened this morning at 10 o'clook, before his Honor Judgo Wise. Barristers present - the Attorney-General, who prosecuted for tile Crown ; .Mr. Windeyer, Mr. Broadhurst, and MIr. Slleppard. " INFANTICIDE. Adcniia Bradney was indicted for that she did on the 7th -April, 1860, at Jamberoo, feloniously; wilfully, and- of malice-aforethought, kill and murder a certaiin male infant. The :prisoner was defended by Mr. Windeyer; attorney, Mr. W. Roberts. The Attorney-Gcneral having stated the ease called John Goddard, a constable, h~lo deposed thlat on the 9th April last, he searched a barn near the residence of the prisoner and found in one corner of it the bddy'of a new born male child in a three-buesbel bag which was covered over with straw to the depth ofhialf.a foot. Observed a bruise on the side of tel ohild's head; Re placed the body and went to the residence close by of the pris...
[FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.] Sydney, 2nd June, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
jRtt'OM OUR vYDzSEY CORRESPOND'NT.J - Sydney, 2nd June, 1860. 'Tis 'has bCee: i w~ek of amusement. The .opera':ecompany have made a mbst successful debdt attheo Prince of Wales' to crowded houses, while the inauguration of the ThRndivick', race couisoeby its first meeting gave the lovers of thiit sport t"rhe"dy3s of enjoyment.. Racing appearpto be thl!oroughly a colonial ingtitution even more so than cricket, which, however, is rapidly advancing in favor; and therevaroe very ,.fv of the citizens who did not talke advantage of the first two day's beautiful weather to a trip to=Randwick, which is only about three miles from town. Every conceivable means of con veyance from the slay-cart to the four-in-hand was put in requisition, while the cabs and omnni buses appeared to be innumerable. The races went off as well as these affairs usually 1 o; the third day was unfortunately both windy and rainy, and as the course lies rather exposed to thie southward, it was miserably cold. The only ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
.IN common aith many:others, we hailed with satisfaction, some few years ago, the establish nent of an Agricultural and Horticultural Society, thinking that in the objects so promi saentlyannounced, a fostering, care would liave been exercised over similar societies in the country, as, while affording both patronage and ,oncouragement on the one hand, it would, on tile other, have so stimulated the energies and in quiries of the people, that agriculture would have gone ahead and become more of a sdience :and less of a matter of chance. We had even some hopes of witnessing a gigantic effort for a grand Agribultural Exhibition from all parts of the country, and would not have been surprised if'it had even been made to include the neigh iboring colonies and Polynesian Islands. In this, however, ourhopes have. been disappointed, perhaps itis as well that they should be if it ?could be the means of malking us depend upon *onr own exertions, and not, trust to having things done for us by ...
ESSAY ON MAN, REASON, AND REVELATION. BOOK 1. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
ss3rAY ON AAi 'RKASO.V, AND REVE • ' ' nooK". " - IARovuse?.-Tholio ad of I:m the proper study of mankond- tlih Ienduncy'iif thanlild to ts from naturem up to theo nthor fv uaturo.--Thi contradictions that thil inod exhibits. vul., belltf t God and ret ahnred or mim'-The belief toolldin to inld out who' an? o ahrt nod si, and the Ignorance dliplaying Itierfl the pno ntlou of Iod nafter man'o own honrL ldtrdl of (o I exomplltylhe itrelf In attiopto to Ienoreu hle very oxnitouce. ltea.ou thruuiirohuul hou to be iuuolociant fur eithar. ,:-- A nIot grent, we noeed not tell his nnme, ]lie woorks yet live anil tlteso attest his fumer': Pun str.ins "irhote metsoredi numbers chnrtn thle ear I nviteo to atudiots inull, hims olwn career As uomethinig wortly oa his toinil to alln, And none Inure proper for maikind than 11a1. YeWo yield the pointt--If antn could comprelhend . -Andi know himself, his being, pnrpnoso, end, Why Godl tlhus intde Ilim, or whly made at all A reasonling wormi on thlia...
MAIL FOR EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
MAlu Fon Eunore.--Tlhe mails by 'th~:P. andi 0. Company's stcamer Malta,Swill be otride up at: " io Sydney Post-a~ice, on Thlihrsday the 'll4th in-. eltent;·nll o'clock in tho forcnobn. Letto poated :tJambefo anrid Gerringong, on Tuesday, the 12th June, will 1e iuntinie for this rih:il. At Kiansu they may bo poste nas late as ten 'clock on Wed. neodly morniing, asn has swill bo iniado .?fo. 8yd ", y.by that morning'aste?ihc.- thiat is, iipjoiaing tihat thLs weathler does nt ,p1eit ihe usndal trip.:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
ore WORKING MODELS. - E ?~~ orIB[. O " .. , ,,,t , ? .... ... . ,, . , .. . AGRICOULTURAL IMIPLEMENTS . ': AND , " , "s R. MONTAGUE BEiALg (from :the Firem of IVL Mesiss.r RI'.?soe iA"ND' SIIS,' I~s.vich," En" hhld), hi rnowl-lopen for Ex'ibihtioi t the Public, ' ? 'SET OF WORKIN* MODELS,. -.; As aboveo IMr.' BALE will nttend from 1:0 to 4 o'clock (Saturdays excepted), at the Stores of S- MR, ED\VARD BINGHAM, 115, Yoblrstreet, (Oeri Door froni Kiig-Istreet, Sydiney.) GIEIT ILLAWARA SALE...' : -TERRY'S EDW S':b~Pq7$~spTATL 1 MONDAY i8srn JUNE : i'lHE 'WHOLE of the aniosvewell-knotwn Agrl?? . cultiral Estate will lbo sold oi the above dote. • : -- -s , :.: -..: ;, Th o.Undersigned announce this specianlly in con 'sequenc of a rumourt tthat th . Sale vill extend over three days. :. .RICHARDSON AND WRENCH. Junte-5; 1860; ". ; .t. POULTON begs, to . intimante t.hat ne-i .1 .. counts dno to hliimn which remain iinpaid after tlhi'e 20th of this "month will be plaioced in the 'hands of a so...
KIAMA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 7TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
EL fAMT POLIEd COURT. Tuauenu 7 JTn.Juaw. Tairnn were henvriji c sea on thelitstfor trial, rlnd most of the pnitics iere in nttndlance. The storm .however which was very heavy; deterred the magis tratbs fromn ventuiring out, nld no'tisincss was done untLil abont 1 o'clock, when his Worship the Mayor opened the Court and determined those cases in which one justice had power to decide. Samuel Harding plended guilty to being drunkfin Kiinma on the 22nd ITay, and paida fihe of 10s.and 2o. 6d. costs. 'Patrick Carroll pleaded guilty to a sinilar charge, and was fined so; and 2s. 6d. costs. SHenry Hiinmel also pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly in Kinmn on the 2nd June, and was fined £1 and 2s. Gd. costs. Thomns.Spurwny, di carpenter;,nslmittecl that on the 2nd June ha had taken a couple of glasses which had got the better of him, and :iho left the Court 12s. 6d. poorer in pocket than-he came. Chisholm r. Miargaret Goodhceadl.-Drunkonness. John Chliliolm, stated: On the 1st insta...
THE LOST SQUATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
Tare LOsT SouiTrTa.--Thle body of MIr. Sin clai,, . whose mysterious dlisappoarance - was alluded to in this journal on .the 19th instant, was discovered oil Saturday morning about 9 a.m., in tile scrub inmmediately opposite Mr. \\Webbs residence, Brighton Park, between the highroad and'the beach, aiid not more than ten yards flromn the former. The body was found by a young boy, named William RIobinson, who wvith a number of companions from MIr. Mac farlilne's school, was playing at hide-and-seek amongst tihe tea-trees. Thei lad at first thought it witas sosle one asleep, but on a close ecxainua tion, perceived that it was a corpso he wans gazinlg at. The body was lying at full llength with tlhe face downward, the arms crossed, With thehead resting on them. The deceased had on a gold chain with tw,6 watch keys and b:other gold trinklets attiched to it. His watch,; it will be remembered, was given up to the police some time back by'a ladtly, who said that shel reieived it from him ia...
KIAMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
KIAuA MfUNICIPAL CoUscuN.-Kinmn has now for some time been formed into a Municipality, and the Council nre very busily employed in mending and surveying the rioads, whiieh before its formation,. were ini mann' spots in a dis graceful sntate. One of the most extensive of their (tlhe'.Council's) operationsis the cutting down of Pike's Hill. which isa very stupendous underthkilng for a Municipality that has hardly been formed a year. This work is now progressing fast, and as farns we can judge will be completed in the tinme specified by the contract. Nor is this siall thart thle Council is doing, for theyln.have also turned their attention to the ronds of Gerringong and Jamberoo, which are improving greatly .under the personal inspection of the aldermen of the respective wards, sorhat the people in general, have no just cause for complaiht, and when the by-ronds have been improved a little more then will the generous'thanks of the-people be poured in on the aldermen, and then will we l...
BLAND PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
BLAND PLA'S. The coriesp ndent of ihe Gouilburnla r c/onlee firnnishis the following, 'under tihe date of Miay '9th: LosT sJ TFilE BaUSH-E arly on Tuesday moriiine ti 2thod May, a poor woman the wife of a -lhehi rd named Hall, iesidiing at the Misirima bing station, near Miresiego, left her: loiio, with i a bug aiid sicikle, for the purpose of gathler itti, some food for her Itre. Wlhien sine was preplared to r etunin' hione, however, ;slio coulti iiot hiind the path by wliicl site hiid coihne atid in wanderlig ahbout got further away in. the bush. She waildered iii a state of stupoti for thrie days, till she found a creek, wihiclh she followed dnoitl fo a long ditlance, until on Friday, about mid-day, sshe- reached Buigabia station, in a very weik condition, having been exposed to the hieavy iaains tlhst' fell oni Tues day, rednesday, and Thursday. She was now twenty. miles away from Mimmanigong. Tlit neighbors had been loolting thsrough tlhe buh all thie week, wvithiout bein'g atb...
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. SHELLHARBOR. June 5. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE;. [FROM oUl CORRESPONDENT.] SHELLIUARBOR. June 5. The Municipnl Council met to-day. Present--The Chairmen, Councillors 3f'Gill, Janmes, Grisham, Martin, Wilson, and Jame. The minutes of previous meeting weore read and confirmed. " Received a communication from the Department of PublicWorlks, in answer to a late application of the Council for a survey of thie lharhor, informing tihe Council that the Secretary for Pnhlic Workl fails tosoee ncy reason for altering thle decision come to hy tLe late Government upon the subject, which decision was to the effect tlhat'the Secretary for Public Works did not feel himself in a position to authorise compliance with the request of the Council for a -sum of money for the purpose of harbor improvements. Also, a comnmunicntion from the English Scottish and Australian Chlartered Bank, stating that the councillors nanmed for slgning thle bold for the ca'sh credit, wohlid have to sign -in their indivilhol ca pacity, andl.not mne...
SNAKE BITE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
SNAIt BIPrE.-On.Mfonday, a man nanmed Wil. liam Manger, who resides at St. Peter's, NewTcown. vmfsfelling timber .ant a place near Rocky Point, when, upon the filling of a tree, a 'largo brown snake sprang from neanr the root fixingl upon his irms . IHe immediately proceeded to Dr. Ward's n, distanco of several imiles--who- nlpplied such remcelies as he deemedl advisable Thle unifortu nate man was with dilh'culty iprovented from flling asleep; but the ulnl.iring attention of T(hostalle Parley and two of their friends, who kept him walk ing in the opei air throughout Moniliy night, ip pears to hve boeen successful,- andl yestennday lie appoeared i be in a fair way for reepovery.--Hlerald. Anr WoRmcaANsurP.--A very beautifulI speci-. menof.goldsmithl's art is at present on view at the stabllishment of Messrs. Voyroeln li Delarnue, near theo HaIjmarket, in George-street siuth, The work inquestion consists of a massive (Snnowy) goll riig, weighing 1 oz. 17 dwts., in the manntiseture of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
.':.".^ o: :::: T,. ' ICE * ' T " IADVERTISERS. " E.begito inform our. advertising friends, that .T 'i intend in future to render our . ADVERTISING ACCOUNTS MONTHLY, abd.t iha advertisements from non-subscribers, ;lust inall cases .be paid for when brought to the office. This arrangement has become necessary, to odiable the proprietors to meet the large outlay incurred in biinging out the paper, and it is hoped that their supporters will so far aid the proprietors in their1 undertaking. 'The Examniner may be had at Mfr. Dixon's,' Central Store, Klama. ' ' . -". I ILLAWiA.RA S. NAVIGATION COMPANY.· ,:" ;' .' . .TIME TABLE. : FROM SYDNEY TO KIAMA. Moloday, Tuesday, -Wednesday, :Thuisday, and Fi''riday, at 11 p.m. FROM KIAMA TO SYDNEY.: ' Monday arid Thursday; 11ai.m.: *Tuesday * Thurs-' ' day aid Friday, at nfoorn.' " n 1i -ROM ;WOLLNGOONG TO KIAMA. Tuebday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Satur 1t." day,' at, r about 6 a.m:, or so soon as" vessels are coiild.' " . '. :' .. " .. FROM...
TO OUR ADVERTISING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
TO0 OULR ADYRTISIG .FRIENDOS. Adresett e re portelntarly requested to send in thelr. toosor tsp theprecrthrd hourof4 oclock on the aveotiog peroeediog thu dyofpublictitton. Vonnt of otteotlton to tirle, occasioss wore tolay and inconovenoece tisan they mo Imtgine. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Iti p prtletolarly roueted that letters or the Exsainer may he sddres.oe to tho Editor. oaly, (ceithout .montloldng aoy .usme) tt'order to proornt eoonfaon. Alt roosmoneisotol? intendedt for Itosertlon mot 'be suthettl eretd by the name asd nddress of tho writor-not nocersertly for publinttion, buhot ss guonrsoieofgood tItth.. We eannot undertake to ret.urna'rJoeted communications. •Aderttoors ore reqoestet to he pnrttcular in mnrkhng the s.mber of Inoortions on eoch advertisemont, otherorth they mill boe nserted end chargod for till eountermalstoel. Orders for "withttrwamo oralterotions. oust he seat to the ofoee (tin ritineg) before noon on the day prior to publication. SA TURDA Y, JUNE 9, 1860.
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
DIARY. ohaysf the Week. Sunrlo usus t Aln' "ATUIDAY ......... Jue 91 3 EUNDAY ::::::: I il 7- 6 I 52 I 20 )1IONDAT· .1 'If75 5 Bi 21 TU~SfAY ...1. II 7?1 5 45 22 THEI EXAMINER. 'UBLISIIED XVERYWEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
WESLEYAN MISSIONARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
WSL . ,E., I.. O.R. M9O t IRETI... ON.last'Moniday; evening, a meeting was held ii the .Wesleyan Chapel, Vollongo'ng, ,pursuarnt to advertisiment, for the purpose of iadl'ocating theircauso of;.I-Iome Mlissions. The attendance ivas lamentable meagre, owing probably to the prevalence of influcz'. MIr,: Adami Howitt, of Corrilnal-street, Wollongong, occupied the chair. •The Rev. J. VWatkin rend thle report from which it appeared that since the formation of the .,Wesleyan Methodist Church Extension Sus'tentation Society in 1859, about £1544 had been .voluntarily eontributell to the funds of the Society. -About 400 new members had been added to the Society, atd 278 had been adniittedon trial. Ten ihow chturches had been erected and tlhree chapels had been en larged at'a cost of ,£2500. The \Volloigong circuit' had only. contributed £l5. So' small a 'sum.n:vas. searcely ?creditablo to the 1G00' hearers who attended the cliapels'in thie district pf Illiwarra.. If thley were all to contrib...
VERY LIKE THE SEA SERPENT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
VER? LTKE: TiO ' BA Se. r?naiT.-nVWhile the ship STyphoon'(just arrived at Livcriool from Bombay) was on her vyego home, and when in latitude 5"24 N., lon-itude 22'0 V., the captain al\v alrge tree, upwards of "iinetyfeetblong, and ,withlout.branches, Sbut with long fibrous rootq, e?tendin, from eight to Sten.feet frobm the.trUik. ,.Tho.tree was very thick, and from its general proportions, the captain believes, would be very destructive in the event of a collision Switlih a shipThip hs isprobably the?-great sea ser Spenit, nad the fibrous roots thl'etaeo solnmtoh talked of 'f.by. oiher n?vigatore,.. . .
EXTRAORDINARY PRESENCE OF MIND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
ExTeakouncrsAux Pii tcisu no' Mifii~iLA few days since, a partyiof fiui: riladies tehI' for on evcehilg drive .upon the Loddon Plains,. WlhenS to their'intense dismay they suddenjl beheld the coachman fall insensible from his seat,a mid the horses, which wereoveryfresh, galloped off with the rapidity of lightning. Mrs. G -y, one of the Indies,without saying a word, let down the carriage window, and succeeded in scramb'ing.on to the box, whencc,mhiuch to' the astonishment of the screaming prisoners-inside, she nobly managed to. seize the reins, just ? n time to prevent the florji animals from: precipi toting carriage and all into the Loddon River, which ran closeo by, and finally enided 'by re' turning triumphalntly holme. Th??e coachman, it seems, had been seized 'with a .slight ~attdack of appoplexy.-Communicated to Heriald. CmoraicP.Tns' BA,.L.-The Albert Cricket-Club gnave their first ball last night at Mr. Johln .Clnrlk's hall. in Elizabeth.street. ,The alffir went ob, with grea...