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THE STRIKE OF THE SPINSTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 June 1860

* IE STRIKE OF THE SPINSTERS. (FR? M TilE LONDON PEss.) A' sTKiCE for husbands.is rathecra novelty. Weo havo heard of the Rape of.the Sabisies and other such "razzias committed by the .male sex; but whatever may be the predilections of the gentler sex on the subject, no violent means have hitherto been adoited by .that .fairer half of existence to provide themselves with husbands. Even the Bloomer strike merely asserted the equal right of the ladies to a certain portion of the masculine attire. Noiw, howover,: a bolder course has been'taken. Thoe fair Lyodnaises, the ladies of Lyons, cannot get husbands--not even Claude Melnottcs. Charm they ever so sweetly, the lions-the men of Lyons we mean will not be caught. The spretce injuria formce has hccome a :class grievance. Nor. do the forlhirn ones of Lyons stand alone in their lone oansies ss. All over France'a simjilar grievance is felt by the fair'sex. Statistical authorities informn us that there are upwards of two millions of marri...

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DEATH OF MRS. GORDON. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 June 1860

DTrra or His. GoanoN.-This lady, the wife of Henry Gordon, Esq., Justice of the Peace; expired on 'Wedinesday last, at Ier resi deuce, -Woodbro'olc ; and her remains wereo in tered yesterday in the Church of England burial ground, Wollongong. The Rev. T..C. Ewing, of St. Michael's, was the officiating clergyman. Mrs. Gordon was much respected by the world generally;.but especially by those who had the pleasu Aof being acquainted with her. An?cx cells{ 'wife, a fond and .ruident m ther,.bc love? by her husband anu family,and resreoted by??ocity, saifter a.'lta'd:battle with-an insidious dease shle wen .'ct to the grave in peace. (If!anari ra5 E, a,1»

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, 8TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 June 1860

'LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY: FttuDAY,' STU JUNE. The Assembly moet at twenty-five minutes past three o'clock. The Speaker explained that in consequence of no .short-hand W'riter being present when ro quired for the etamination at"the bar, on Thurs eday, he had denmmunleated with the principal Sshort-hand' writer on the subject, who had ex :plained that,, partly dwing to indisposition, and partly owing to irregularity of the 13almain Steamer, he was unable'to reach tmhe House till one holir after tie timte wlhen his services werb required. Mr. Robertson'read a.correspondence between the Rev. G. King and the Governor-General, in which his Excellency explained that, in his conversation with Mr. King, with reference to the appointment of the Dean of Sydney, he ex pressed no' opinion on the proceedings of the Executive Council in the matter, and in that re spect had been misundorstood. A question of order was raised by Mr. Kemp, ,as to whether new matters of business could be introduced after ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE OTTAWA AT NEPEAN BAY. Tuesday, June 12th. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 June 1860

"\ARRIVAL AT NEPLAN BAY. [FR-.11 TIIEIIERALD'S8 ADELAIDE TELEGRAPIIZC ' - CORiIESPODENNT. S, Tuesday, June 12th. TirE:.Ottawa, P. anl 0.- .steamer;-- Cptain Grebble, arrived at Nipean,Bay, at 2 a.m., alnd sailed 50. ' -' ... -

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, JUNE 8. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 June 1860

..I 'ARITAMENTARY .INTELLIGENCE. ·. .. " ( l . (riMi-Tl B ITIERALD AND iMPIRiB.) S LEGISLATIVEV !COUNCIL:.' FiiDAYJen E 8. "iTiE ? O'6ncil s-it from twenty miinutes past four until tei miinutes to',nine p.n., and then ad 'jourced until Monday next, at 4 p.nm; i Thero were' d notices of niotioni or questions, anid the Order of the Day was called' fdr'the. consideratinii in comminittee of the Tolls, Amond S. mlent Act 'epeal Bill- whichli'was, 'however,: :postponed on the motion of MrI.Johnson until the next sitting day. " . ' The Colonial' Seoretary, in ar few -words, vino;ved the second reading of the Loans' Bill for 180ISGO ' Mr. Doea Thomsom complained of the brevity with whioh ,the bill was introduced, and that there was no general statement of the.'financial state of the country. He remarked on the large: ,iFms, £26,892 for Woloingong Harbor, and £30,000 for Kiilma Harbor, as .contrasting them with the small amount, £500, for 'the. Shloalhiavn district. He objected, also, -to mo...

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GENERAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 June 1860

S GENERAL SUMMARY. LosoN, j18lh April.-The February Aus tralian mails. were deliseredin London on 4th and 12tlirespectively. ., , Parliament :reassembled on 16th, after its adjournment during the Easter holidays. A whole eveiing tas devoted to discussion on the Navy ,The long prevailing apathy on the subject of ParliamentaryReforni; is likely to be succeeded by real earnestness. .'.. SAlarm. is gaining ground respecting the pro bable conseqtunces of Lord John Russell's in nocent-looking bill. ~ A swamping of present donstitueeles, bhy. theo demooracy is dreaded. Since the Savoy juggle the-French tt'eaty has become exceedingly iip?epulair. Before the re cess. the Foreign Secretary= produced profound impression by his public rebuke of Napoleon's ambition . . The Savoy .recedent was dangerous to. the Iresbriptive rights of European Governments, he urged; the people i so'warlike as the French, would ipstigate thlieir.Governments to ' commit' other similar. act of ippropriition; intiimat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 June 1860

10s. seward. .LOST; .bouttwo ? titnntls ngo, ono Red Heifer, S.about two years old, with whlito spoton fore hend, unhran?ed,.and smll cocked horns. T he absiove rewnrd will be paidl.to any person who ill deliver the same to. E DWARD CHANCY.I Jsnilieroo, 1th.i une; 18600 Any person dletining thiennme, iftr this diver tisement, ivll be daklt wUithiccording to hlaw. Notice: MR. OWEN 'wilI hbe at Adinis' ;SeStain Pa1cket JL 'IHotel;;,Kinmn, on: THIURSDAY, the 21st instant and. the, following day until the stoanmer lnves; fouir the purpose of ,takinig instructions in Dl)istr'ict Court -Cases; and attending any parties who may w ish to sce'him. STo Lot for Five or Seven Years. THOSE 'EXTENSIVE. PREMISES known as L . the KEMBLA POST-OFFICE.and STORE$ situate at the Cross-roads, Kemhbla (s.ix miles from Wollongang) in the district of lllaiwerrn. . SThe prioprietorhns every confidence in recom mending these premises as hbeiing the best situated for a general store in the districet-nnd in sta...

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HOME INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 June 1860

HOME INTELLIGENCE."' Severe contests are expected on- the wine licenses and paper duty questions. Discord in the Cabinet is re.ported, the elements are too iheterogenous to work .togcther. A long report of the cost of fortifications is ready for presonta tion, and a loan of ten millions is anticipated owing to a powerful article in the Times. Our Post Office has-alppointed a conimission toinvestigato its deficiencies. Rev. T. Bionney's iiew' iork on Austrliha is anndunced. Mr. Stuart Donaldson, proposes: to contest Leeds unider;Neiv.Reform Bill. - Accounts from Brest announce the departure of the frigates Sibylle arid Iris, for New Cale donia; and the frigate 13ayoniie is being pre pared for sea at *Cherbourg; her destination is the Pacific Ocean.

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THE PUBLIC HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 June 1860

TMr Pueauc H1Te:rin.-We lieald it stateil y?es terdny by none of. the most extensive. medical praenc titioners in Sydney, that he ie'-r knew :so un healthy i season as the present.: The o influenza has barely, if ever, assumed so much of the char acter of n elpilernic; in many instances patiestic are sinimultaneouslynttaeked with the ifilneonzt and measles. Numbers of chiilren ard dying from::the comlield nattacks of these two most, debilitating comlnhiiits.-Thursdny's Empire.., .... , Dr?A'ri ni, MAJnO rnEDMUND .LitcKYER.-We' re. gret to antinnceo the doinise of lfeijor Edinitind hLockyer, Usher of the Bl?k Rdil in the Leegtisitive Coduncil. H-d Iind been suffering frain the prevniiling ,'pilimtic, and his frienls thought him just on the eve ofrecyvery. At the timne of his death :t was seated in his arm-chair. 'The trimsition from life to death was so free from physiial'suffering, that lihe was believed to Ie-asleep when the atteltion of his rehntives was first attracteid by. what ...

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FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 June 1860

FOREIGN NEWS. Tun aunexation of Savoy andi Nice has been. the exciting topic of the month. A treaty of transfer having been signed, new functiounries aippointed, the Sardinian troops withdrawn, and a continuous stream of French soldiers -are pouring through lthe territory. The populations are mockinglyrrequired to vole on the questions of annexationdreading the embarrassing pro tests of Garibaldi and his colleagues, the depu-. ties of Nice in the Sardinian armament. The voting in the city was pcrecipitatcd and taken on 15Lh, -16th, under-themost-scandalous terrorism, the result could not be doubtful, 6810 against 16. Tihe voting in Savoy takes place on 22nd, hut swairnis of French agents have effectually done th.ir work. Negotiations are still pro eceding respecting the neutralised districts of North Savoy. The assembling of a -Congress is extremely uncertain, Russia and Austria dis playing great indifference. The -attitude of Switzerland is bold and defiant. Slie threatens to move ...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, 12TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 June 1860

L TGI LATIVE, ASSEMBLY . TUiSDAY, 12Tri Jxe. ,Ir the Assembly the Speaker took the chair at half-past 3 o'clock. . In reply to questions, tlio,.Government stated -1..That the road, from,,Pittwater to Manly Beach would be proclaiined in about eight dSays., 2. That, the.necessary provision .would be, made for the health .and comifort of the patients in Turban Creek. 3. That the seizure at Albury of duitable goods by the Customs' officer, ,was done in a.munner contrary to that which was contemplated.by the Governnent. Mr. Jamison brought up the..report of the Committee on the Nepean Bridge Corporation Bill. Mr Hart presented a ;petition' from '"residents at Armidale, complaining that no gaol lhad ibeen erected in that town. - Mr. Blake resuined the debate for. applilioiitie?g an additional Judge, which was;; supported by 'Mr. Martin, Mr. Windeyer, andl Mr. .'Hay, aind opposed by. Mr. Roliertson id : Dr Lang. Oat idivision the Billwas lost by a majority of 23 to 17... M?r. Hay moved the...

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SARDINIA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 June 1860

SARDINIA. Parliament, after spending about ton days in verifying the elections of the Deputies, one by one, was prorogued till l May. The' King has stnrted on a Royal progress through Central Italy. The Deputies of Nice and Savoy made' a patriotic. but ioefofectualeffort to avert thealli enation of their respeotive conntries. Cavour was stern and inflexible. Thd policy, to 'which he is committed is 'ininig his popularity. The Ministry are under a .dire iieossity. The grip of Napoleon is on them I The Principality of Monaco. near Nice, is sold to Franeo. The Har bor of Villa-franca.passes from Lussia.to France, and ii to become a large naval, establishlment. Aliiaritime collision between France and Den mndk is reported: Russia continues on excel ent terms with Freanc? ; it is believed they have ,areed on ac;bc alicy of angrandisoeient in the East. The Austrian Cabinet is torn by dissensions as to their policy' to be pursued to wards Hungary, whether it should be concession or repress...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 12TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 June 1860

PAI LIA MENTAIY IN['ITELLIGENCE.:-' (rOiM THE IERALD AND EMc5ri.)e LEGISLATtIVE COUNCIL. ..TUESDAY, liTh JUNE. Iv the Legislative Council, tlih.e President took the.chair at a quarter-past .four., . ,The House went into Committee on the Loan Bill for 1860.: Mr. Thomnsop urged the necessity of econo my. in providing for. the repayment of: the public debt. : Mr. Cotper explained the p'plicy or., which theGosoernmert had acted..:.,': Mr Hunt objected to the; ,surs proposed for.. Wollongong and Kiami harbors. After some further riemarks, the remaining, clauses weic passed,.'and the Bill reported; to tho. [-louse', and the report adopted. :. SThe next order. of the-day.fuor 'the consider ation in Committee. of the:Indenmiitv Bill being called, Mr..Tllomson. spolke at some length, and with great decision, on the necessity of making the Bill, comprehend the.payments made with the authority of a vote of the Assembly alone. M?r. Ilolden.took the same. view. "lhe President urged the House to ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) PORT OF SYDNEY. COASTERS INWARDS. June 12 [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 June 1860

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (AfRIDGoD nROn TUB HERALD AND EMPIe.) PORT OF.SYDNEY,-. OABSTERLS INWARDS. June 12 William and 'Arin, from -'ollongon, withi aundries. COASTERS OUTWARDS.:S Warlock, for Dellamlni t William and Ann, for Woollhongon. Days of the Wlek. 1oh Sunr I S ' AgoI SA.IUDAY ...... J, n 16 7 53 42 11 SLZ.S)AY - ~" 1[7 b 4 62 2aS )JOl\DVS *" 7 3 4 402 21 T ESDAY ......... . ",,10 7 6 I 4 b. 2 TlE 1 EXAIINER. PULISH1IED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 June 1860

NOTICE. TO ADVERTISERS. E beg to inform our'advertising frienids, that TV we intend in future to render our ADVERTISING ACCOUNTS MONTHLY, end thait advertisements from non-subscribers, must Sin all cases be paid for when brought to the office. a 'This arrangoment has become necessary, to enable the proprietors to meet the large outlay incurred in bringing out the paper, and it is hoped that their supporters will so far aid the proprietors in their undertaking. " -:The Examiner may be hadl at Mr. Dixon's, Central Store, Kiama. Contracts made for Advertising, by the month or quar ter, on very reasonable terms. ' Mr. Conssimes LEOGATT has been appinted Collector ,.. or the,b. .rAmA.-ExAunnrs asod is ahtbdedisddtore'reiv.' - ;tny sum's tlso'te the ir.piriotors of that'Jouuraiil'"' ILLAWARR'A S. NAVIOATION COMPANY. TIME TABLE. BETWEEN' KIAMA AND, SYDNEY. Faoe SYDNEY := On Monday, Tuesday, .Wednesday; Thursday, and Friday, at 11 p.um. ' Fno't K ,IA : Monday, Tuesday, Thursday' and Friday:...

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KINDRA DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 June 1860

ItINDRA DIOGIXGS. INs anticipation of the vast croi'vds of people that Sare expected to rush to these diggings as soon as aver the spring commences, all parties seem alive t'i the importance of the - discovery and open ingof the proper road to them. Kiandra is nearly at the extreme southernlimit of the colony, and as it isinlaisd, the nearestport still leaves nearly 150 miles of land conveyance. The Government have been asked to imake and render-fit for transit the best road to it. 13uttho Government is not in a position to adjudicate decisively in the mat ter and give its exclusive patronage to any par ticulair line. The Chamber of Commerce in Sydney, while pressing on the Ministry the im portance of acting with promptitude in. this matter, left-it to them to say which line of road should be adopted. Meanwhile, every township Joi' district that claims to be the proper line, has . beeon holding meetings; urging their elnihm' to have the Government expenditure made" on their particul...

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TO OUR ADVERTISING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 June 1860

TO OUR ADVERTISING FRIENDR : " -AIertliers are parllcularly requested to send In their favors by the prescrli?d hourof d o'elook on tihe c'eatiug proceeding thi day of publication. Want of attention to this, occasions more *delao and ineonvenlegoo than they mty Imagine. TO CORRESPONDENTS. * *SATURDAY, JUNE'10, 1860.

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. SHOALHAVEN. June 13. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 June 1860

DISTICT, INTELLIGENCE. (['iioui cURL CO It .IiO'OcN'.] SIIQ Ll IAVEN,. J. . . uno 13. 'I.Pi local news here is not very important, but the matters niotided behlow contain the. mnst interesting itemis'wcorthy of notice in this district since my last coimminiention. The operations of thie fitrmers nre proceeding with vigor, and as the sensontaidvancesit is hoped that.their l"nh-is will.ie rewarded.i Tihe Relief Comniittee metion Tuesday last, nnii revised the list of nppliceanoit for seed potatnes. They nehiptel measures ti secure ias perfect a qnal ity es the district affirded, rid they appiropriaited t large uamount to purchase ptantoes in Sydndy' on terms as favoi'hle asi can hi ohteitied. ' 'l'?d Soe retnry hns'ahleady issued tickets to-a greit numeher of the claimants, and hlie fully intleipates that: the Committee:will yet h.be able, tocm?ocedle grants to several parties whosechtoims had hitherto remained unrecognised or in, nbeyance. "... , T'he proceedlincs of the Municipil Co...

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A CHAPTER OF ILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 June 1860

SA CII.rPTER- on.. Il.CS.-- roT' MACQUAIE.-" It is with sincero , regret that "I have : to announce' the. death, on. the 31st ,ultimo, if the wvif 'of Rev.P.0'Reilly, ine 'umibient cf 'St. Thomias' OChirch, .Poirt Macquarie.o This deeply." lanmeitedlIady was walking out with Mr. O'Reilly ii the town only two days preceding her dash?,' which came,. ipon-.us quite, by surprise, and coni veyed a severo shock to many; for no inhabitant of this district ,is het l in higher .estimation than was, Mrs. O'Reilly i -higlily gifted, hminable,dedply re ligious, kindhconrted, and bernovolent ini the e?x treme; the young nnd devoted wife,tand nothei'or two children, isotaken from us; to the severeoregret of every one. who knew her., ;Mrs.;O'Reilly. was the younpgcr_ datiglihter of the hlte, Major Innes, and Ibelieveohad not dttained lier.25thl year.. All the shopsowere closed hero on tho'2rid instant, diring the' timo'the mo'trnful'proc'ession left the parsor.nage for the church, and: theis funer...

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SCHOOL EXAMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 June 1860

Scseonth E\xAaINATioN.-leisterday a pilills e~xamination of Miss Hustler's. school was hLelId in the school-room, in: Terragong-street. Tho Rev. Mr. KIisross indertook the duty of examiining, nl 1 questioned the pupils in historiy, geography, gram-. noar, and other branches of their study, puttin, questions on the different subhjects 'ns they occurre I to him. At the conclusion he expressed his ?ir tifl-. cation at the very creditable way in whicli the chil-. dreu ncquitteil thimselves: their ept iinsyer, `ivith out previouisly being ieware of thie nature of the qulnestilnis to be pet, "showing a well groundesI know ledge.. lie congratulated Miss Hustleroi.n tio sice cess attending her system of instruction, and said that such a school was a great advantageo to the district.. ;Mr. John Markcs and' .Mr. Colley the Mayor, also expressed the pleasure they felt at wit nessing isuch a creditableo 'd:splay. The pareniits of several of the pupils sand other frienids were present, end all s...

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