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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
".*;s1Cil:B; AIB'ROF OOMVIEROC.E''i - Tue monthly general meeting ;of the .Chamber of Coiniimrco was held yestoerCdy at, tli'e 'Ex chlihEe eto'elect 'members; receive a report from depuitation to'the Governmiienit oh tlie"s'ubject of the'-Kiaiidra :roadi- and to 'rifansiit' any,' other busiheinsstliat iiighlit comne beforit;f .... " " • Tlie'i;chiairmlfan ::tobk ?thi cdhair:'at ;.twenty miniite:: to 'fiur:' .and -'the - secretary"'. read the miniites ofthe previous..meeting, which vere ": ''..: ; ."*'-' K:. NE?i?V'MEaMBERS.O " ?''" ." *'" : *" - '. The following gentlemenwi ,er unanimously elected inc m bers otf the '..CIhamer :-.Mr. John. Bliny, and Mr ; ugiius c'den. . atAb,'ro. Ki'ANDr . .Mr; ,Montefiore. .avii';i .;benen calred ,upon by tie clhiiirinmn, nstated..he substance .of, what had passed betweenthe; deputation and .the Govern-. niment. ,'Mr.iCowper ndi Mr;*Robertasoun had both expressedltheinselvos: fillyralivo to the. urgency of the matter. ;A.s'iupi~ch ioneiy as 'could...
MAGISTERIAL INTERFERENCE WITH THE CONFESSIONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
.MA IOTERI4L INfTElFRRAENB WlITf TBr' S* : coEsasIN A,. Il'. another column (writes the-Taioet, March 16), will he found the report of a trial at Durham, before Mr. Justice Hill, in which a Catholic priest, the ' Rev; Mr. Kelly, of the Fellings, near Gateshead has been adjudwed guilty of a contempt of court, and committed to prison for refusing to betray the secrets of the confessional. Mr. Kelly's evidence was not neroesary to the prisoner's conviction, for ho was convicted upon other evidence; but Mr. Kelly seems to.have committed the imprudence of under taking to restore tihe watch, which lhad been stolen after the theft had been revealed to him in sacra. mental confession. By the law of England, as de. clared and administered by our judges, the secrets of the confessional are not considered privileged communications, like the conversations of a client with his attorney. Yet it is quite certain that before the Reformation no priest could have been asked or allowed to give evidenc...
ULLADULLA. June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
ULLADW LLA, " Juni' 4. Thl weather has been very cold this Inst week or two, nand continues so still : it looks lilco, rin at present. I trust it vill be fine for a little time lInger, so thnt tha farmors may get in their wheat; gmaseis getting rather scarce just now. Mr. i. If. Mnrt hlold'o eeo at -dattle t6-dey (Monlhv) et; the 'l'raveller.' Homeo snle :yards. The cattle were the ptnperty of Mr. Deinl M?1enlelud, of the Mrorny, as mixed Iot, ned .sol.l.well. . .l.,have not heard the average price, but Cany of them went over £7. Sidons Daikur.l-.Mrs. Brhltley, who halind bniy been ninrried on Saturshly?., the 19tll ultimn, anl who was in good health at tihe time. was taken ill shortly after the ceremony had been performed, and expired on the fullowing-Monday, at 4 o'clock n.m. A Germaln ldoctor, who happened to bhe h01'e at thei time, was' called to her aid, hut his clibrls were all. in vain. 'lThe.decnisedl ~s a?inuhlhlter~of Mr. Joseph Whet= man of thin place. and she is deeply r...
SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. NUMBA, 5TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
SHOALlIAVEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIO1NS. NuonA, 5ss .JuNE. (Before James Aldcorn and Alfred Elyard, Esqrs., J.P.s) . lHamilton v. -. Disputed title to .a poiny. It appears plhintifErecognised the pony whilst in possession of defendant, and look it from him, ind give it in dhsrge'of tlhe district constable,; but de clined to give defchdont into custody, belie`ing he came by it honestly by purchase, which tours out to be the case from tracing back how it cames into. his hands. It seemsthe pony was soldl by auction in Kiamn, having been intken there with several otlhers by a person named 'Cooper, who produced the icoiept of ipunrchaseo from Morris, of Snutto For. st. At thoesale in Kiama it was purchansed by one Johustm, nid 'passed through. several hlinids, brfore itcanmu into the possession of dlefelndant. 'The Bensh were of opinion the.proper claimant.was the defendant, andi ordered the district constable to give it up to hism. " PM'Donnald v. Gollan--Under the 27th Section of the Imp...
SYMPATHIES OF A CHILD TAKING A WRONG DIRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
SYIMPATIIIES-OF A C?iLD- TAKING A WRONO DlIrEcToN.--The New York Independent has the following from a mother: " But did I tell you what: a time I had with my little Joe ?" "No, whiat was it ?" " Why, I .was shewing hinim the plcoture of.the martyrs thrown to the lions, and was talking very solemnly to him, trying/ to, make himi feel what a terrible thing it was. '.a! I said hle, allat once, Ohi, id : just look at that poor little lion, awvay behiid tlhere, Th wont get any ?" ?ATTLE RISK8,--] t would seem by. tlhe following little statistie, that the risk . on tihe held of battle has been very much over-rated ;-" MarshalSaxe computed that, in a'battle,.only one ball of :eighty-. five took effect; others that only.one in forty strikes; and no more thin one in four hundred is. fatal.- At the battle of Tournay, in Flanders, fought on the 22nd of May, 1704, it is calculated that two hundred and ,thirty-six. musket shot?e were expended in disabling each soldier ,who suffered.". , QUITE NA...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. Monday morning. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
TELEGRAPIIC INT'ELLIGENCE. . [ArlRIDGED FrOM TnH iE"i.ALD AsD E .PIBL i M ELBOURNE. SMonday morning ;NoTlrNa is idone yet towards forming a Minis try. Mitchell has been' sent for, but is'out of town. Some cdopromiseo between the Courncil and Ministers has been tried by indepeolident members, but Nicholson declares for the whlole bill,.and no surrender. Public opin'ion does not go with. hiim. The Convention is revived, and voted itself in perminanenco. 30 p Mondoy, 7-30 p.m. Nothing yet done. The. Ministry, it is re ported, asked a miajority of tlme Uppei House' for a statement of tlheir intentions as to a. lad bill, but no reply.has been received. r: Thie Cabinet has made no such declaration as that attributed to thei ; The whole' bill?aod no surreuder. A largeo meet.ing on Eastern Hill'on. thesub ject; but very little excitement. Auothermeet ing is called for Wednesday. Trade is very dull. 'Flour market heavy.
STARTLING IF TRUE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
ST49T yo is Taus.-~-The following stratig. ptoryis told by.the Melbourne crrespondedt of the Ballaarat Star:---" I am going to tell you of something which you won't believe. Neither you nor any honest man in the colony will believe it, or, if bclioving, will over again re spect the present Legislative Assembly of Vie toria. To what depth of infamy have some of our representatives sunk-to what political dis honour are they willing to bring the country, if it true, as is boldly asserted in well-informed quarters, that thIe advocacy of any demand on the government for money can be secured in par liament by paying a commission. Of course I am not saying that many of the members will stoop to this, but I am informed that there are some who will not only invent you a grievance, but will advocate it in thie Assembly, upon con dition of receiving ten per cent. commission if they succeeded in obtaining a vote of money for tlheir client. The imputation sounds so un English like, so mean, and ...
THE EXPERIMENTAL FARM OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
'To . ExPenarENTATA FARM.n oP VcTroniRA.---J?st now tl;ere is notery:nmuch to be seen at -tho.Ex .perlincntal Farm; but some of the crops yet'in tile. ,round, alnd the wrirks goin .on, nro. not withaoit interecst to the frmner. Draining has liSoa com.l menccd, and it will sharti? lie- nsccitained exnctly what is the cost here of drtins of diliirent depths, and filled in with the dilfferntt materials. :A I plce of n:itutral pastutre has been scarified, to ba sowni withl English grasses nnd1 preparations are bei?ic made for the exprienents with those. recommended by thie Farm Committee of tihe Boalrd of Agriciiltifra. It will be reminembered that tihe produce of portions of ground sown with thie Italinn and perennid r'ro grasses was wcighed ait the first cutting of thdse in the summner, andsa second cutting will soon be mndoa. The-resultthen was iri favor of thIe latter, contlrary to general expectation, from the character gained hy these two grasses in :tle old country; and ,tie seco...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 June 1860
jt- '-~-'---- To ruam: Adveortiing.--Four lines and under......... 2 0 dSix . ...... .. 2"6 ; Eight .... '... . . .. 'I) Every additional line.' ... ---; 3:0 a'" Suilcription--Per quarter in audanc .. ..... 8 6 At the end of the quarter..... !9'"0 ' St , , sirglo copies, eachl ............ 0 ;.6;.J. S.Tho quarters end.on the last day of June, Septeber,. Decediber, and March, respectively. I ,... CASIA L :--Prlnied snd publisnir by thoe prapriete;rW;iiirc vine," ar Klnm s at' the" .F.ndcer Gonerut Pdlhftn-eifleCO, ,.*hoclh;aves-airoect, ]Ktims, aforesnhit Sattriira:vJUn(o r nih less
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 June 1860
Terms: Advertiaing.-Four lines and under.;...;;-. 2 0o Six .................... 2....: 6, Eight ...................,; S,.Or Every additional line .. ,0; Subscription-Per quarter in advance :.;..... 8 ; At the and of the quarter ..... 09 Single copies, eaolh.. .....'.... 0 6: The quarters end on tle ?s1t day ofJunoe Soptembr, December,aind March, respeltively. KIAlarA:rPrinted and pablished'by the proyepotorltvatILlUA IsAsna, or Kiama at bhe Ezamne r General Prnt ngefilqA. ehoalhaven-strcet, Klamt, aforoesald, Wednesdar, Junet ti't 1i
THE FRENCH IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 June 1860
THE FRENCH IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN. 'THEa following is an extract from' an cirticle 'ini Frazer's' Magazine for March; .entitled, "" Louis Napoleon's intentioeis, te?sted dy his con ducti given in the, Hobart Town Mercury: But it is not in Europeeor in European. affairs ,alone that we enootInter the gratuitous opposi tioti, or rivalry, or cunning, or whatever the reader may please to think it-of the Emperor of the French. England. meeis it lot her turn ,where she 'will--in Africa, Asia, or Australasia. The Sandwich and Friendly Islands are indeed 'old affairs, legacies to the Emperor from 'the Orleans branch of the house of Bourbon, and to' do him justice, not much regarded 'by him. But New Caledonia, off the eastern coast of New Holland, in about 19 degrees of south.latitude, if not a project'of his'own, has been nourished by him, though it can only be destined to serve in case of war as a cruising station against the commerce in the Asistralasian seas, and a poilnt d'appui for attack...
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 June 1860
CI OLONIAL E~XTRACTS. Tar: ROaTS oF JURORS.--In the Banco Court yesterday, at which his Honor Mr. Justice Wise presided, at the conclusion of a case reported in another column, his Honor stated that, as there was no jury empanelled for the following day (the last day for this term for the trial of causes), it was desirable to ompannel a 'jury at once, in order that they might commence a case (it being then nearly half-past three), and go on with it the next day. 'Thus the attendance of a jury would be determined. Mr. Isaaes and Mr. .Milford, who represented 'the several parties in the next case on the list, con curred, and a jury, most of whom had been considering a verdict in the jury-room, or were out of Court at the time of the aforesaid arrangement, of which they were consequently probably ignorant, were, with earnest objections as far as look and manner went, sworn in. His Honor then directed Mr. Milford to proceed and open tlhe case. Up to this time the jury had evidently some...
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.—SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 June 1860
(WE.TRAL CRIHINVAL COURT.-SI'DNEY ' ?--i~g,?mt.?., " Coailoose FrioM s. M. OZRAts.) WEDNESDAY, IlEronE Mr. Justice Wis. Mi'. Butler prosecuted for the ,Crown, in the .lbsoncebof the Attorney-Genoral. RIOT AND ASSAULT. - John .Patrik' Arkifis.was;indicted for having .on the 1'tlhI y, 1860:at' Sydnay.,.unlawfully and riotously assembled,' together With divers .other, persons, to 'disturb the peaco of .our •sovereigi lady the Quieen; and assaulted James Murphy; a second count chaarged the prisoner .vith a common assault on James Murphy. The prisoner, who .pleaded "not guilty, was allowed to sit at the table for the purpose of conducting his defence. Mr. Butler, having stated the case,' called Inspector C. E. Ilarrison, of thei detective police, who deposed that, on the evening of the Slth of May, about half past eight, there was an assemblage opposite the Legislative.Assembly; some of the'people had previously met at Hyde Park; saw the prisoner opposite the Assembly witha man named Wes...
HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 June 1860
HORSE MARlKET. ?Mr. C. Martyn reports :-.' The horse market is very dull, and 'few sales have been effcted during the week. The description of stock -dfferad for sale is very inferior. and therefore, unsaleable. but in almost every instance where- anything of a good -stem a is offered, fair prices are easily obtainable. Messrs. Burt and Co., Notice nothing of importance connected with the horse " market. But few country lots have come to hand lately, and the market is, consequently, very bare of usefil * horses, for which there is a steadtly demand, at market ' rites. Large sized harness horses are much enquired for, and we anticipate better prices for this description of -stock as the winter advances. Prices depend entirely upon quality and coddition, and range from £20 to.-£54 for ]'rnesso-horses,-and from -£10 to £25.for saddle eborses. Messrs. Pitchard and Williams report- 'Flonur.--Miller's quotations are still £25 per ton for fline, and £23 for seconds ;but parcels emnnot'be p...
ESSAY ON MAN, REASON, AND REVELATION. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 June 1860
ESSAY ON lAN, REASON, AND REYAS LAT1ON. T:he heart dissatisfied and'ne'er at.rest Wants something to fidl backupotLat best, .And.lhough the reason boldly,.seeks to sotur ,Tofind tho great Unknown andlhim adore, •.:"Reaspri"asn'ek and pliant, prono to err, Its limited extentfrom this infer That though in others it may brightly shine, It cannot penetrate to things divinee. This much alone to fallen reason's given, There must be God who rules o'er earth and heaven. With such ideas in the early age, When man first stept upon th' historico page, .Can wonder be excited there should be, The rankest systems of idolatry At times prevsiling, and that man should oan, Adore, and worship gods of wood and stone. Yes ! when the knowledge of Jehovah's lost, -And th' empty mind's in endless error tossed, Degeonerate man degenerata more descends, As powers restraining lose their special ends, God first is songht in 'what his works display, Ignoring him, to them he'll homage pay; For what incomprehoni...
LABOR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 June 1860
LABOR MARKET. 'Mr. S. 'Ashlin reports- The demand from the country for married couples and ltigl- farming men has proved quite equal to the supply of suit`slle' hlnnds in the market at lhe present moment. Melihanics of all kinds are in limited request. FIemrile .ervrnts are still scarce for country situations.-Juno 8. Messrs. Haigh and Brown reports Trhere as been a tolorabll brisk demand for labor during.the week, and a goo. supply. In anticipation of the rush to Kinudra in the spring numerous engagements have been made with married couples for domestic and farm-service. There is not much enquiry.for mechaunios, with the exception of blacksmiths,-'bho are in request. Feomale' srvtants willing to go into the\couptry can .eadily meet with situations.-.-tne 8. SPer A ?m. Msrried.couples ........... '.:£50 to CO ,Single ploughmen.......... .. .10 to' 6 Farm aborer .................2 to . (iroams·ind.L.rdenrs .........rt35 to 60 lnlshmen a felt h carpenters.... 10 to 43 Single shepherd ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 June 1860
TO BE' SHOT FOR AT XIAKA, .A ..ON" . . : THURSDAY the 21st JUNE,~. " i' THE P AST PAOING O HRSNUT '2MARE,! " NELL GWYNNE. .. Full Particulars in:next Advertisement.? Freehold-Prop ety, Dairy Stook &o Mi"R. WILLIAM IRVING is Instructed by ;r. 'ILL Thomas Hsiily,:to' sell'by' aiiction,i l: athis place, Jambernoo adloinin? Dr.Merizie's property,' On WEDNESDAY, 21j,ý'JUNE. , Commcencin at 12 o'clock, A fertile freehold property now occupied by 'Mr.Hnnly a.ns a,dairy farm. It will be subdividedl.into two lots, each contain= S iig' 50 acres'of real'good land, and on' each there is,' in'all seasons, a plentiful supply of godd water.--: The Titlegood,Anud terms. liberal . ' ALSO, ;'. 20 Clhoice ?'Dairy Cows . 10 Heifdra. 2 Horses, broken; one to saddle, and the 'cther toharniess.: Light Cart' and Harness, Saddles ' ': Dairy utensils" ::"-,--:_' Household furniture. ; Theabove arne for positive sale as Mr. Hanly is about to .remiove front this dlistrict. .Any wanting a small "but vhl...
THE IMPERIAL FAMILY OF FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 June 1860
T-E? IMPERIAL FAMILY OF FRANCE.-A Paris correspondent says that at a late ball'at the Tuileries tlie Empress wore at once a peculiar and beautiful' dress. " Over the familiar skirt' of tulle botiillonue was thrown a short upper'skirt of wide watered silk festooned up on both sides with white bands of black velvet embroidered with gold. Upon her head was Elaced a high erowl of polished gold, upon which was imprinted in black enanel,, some Egyptian hieroglphics. There were.a necklace and bracelets to match. The princess Clotilda' was present. Her'Im perial highness is • far from pretty,; but a dis tinguished French political economist, speaking of her at the ball, declared he considered h'er the most extraordinary eisdowed lady. in Europe. She' speaks fluently five . languages, and is a 'thorough Greek and, Latin scholar; is well ac quainted with'the works of all the ancient and modern poets, and is particularly fond of quoting Shakspere.', Her character, in spito.of her ex treme yout...