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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860

,Terms: . Advortislng .-Forl lines and under.;;...:... 2: 0+,::% '' Every additional line ...... . 0 3 Shaecriptinn-Per quarter in advance ........ 8 6 At the and of the quarter'..... 9 0 Snei. .S,]copies, enach..:....... 6" i The quarters end on the Ist day of June, Sopt embor Decqmber, and March, respectively. OKlchI A':-Prlinted and published by the proprietor, Ltti? , Ievlin, of ?tania nt the Lsaminer Genoeral Print ing leo " . " ihOalhan-estreet, Kiamei, eforeald, Wedenosd,.Jenue 2Tti' -J"; ,j BO

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"DICKER TRADE." [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860

*- "DICKER TRADn."-Some years ago i friend of ours left New Yoak, 'iUd'established himnself' at Odk?LTaind' City a a, stbrekeeper. :One mIorniig, sooii after his afrival, just as he had opened his storo fdr the day, a settler mado. his appearance b'efore his eountur, and after asking ",How's a' wi; you ?" .iquired if he was " up :to dicker.". "Certainily," say'she, "what can I do for you ? "' Wada," says the settler, "" I ivant to git a darnin'-needle, and I have got an egg 'to pay forit. " All right," says he, " hand it' out:" So the trade was made:' "Don't you ginerally treat whlen you make a trade ?" The storehlieper. hesitated, but finally asked ?Mr. Settler what he would' have. "Waal, I' ain't, paitticular;. I guess a 'glass of wine." The wino was handed -to him. "Waal," says 'lie, '"I usually like an egg in my wine, when'I drink ,it' in the morning." "Oh, very well," said.,the": store eeper; " take this oiie yoeu have just sold.'' The man broke it into tihe wine, and called ou...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860

O . LONIAL lIT S?. . 'A LucKw .FND.--On; Tiursdaymorning last Mr. Tnrnbull; engineer,, found-.a pocket-book :iir the.stroet, "opposite Mr. 'Allinghain'oa, cont'aining three £5 and two £1l notes i;'tabatkli l'rrcilt't e fo £100; thlree drafits-twoo being: .for " 10 each and'h tlhe.third for £20 ; aid a'. hanil post bill f?f l £81 12s.. ,l; epres?entigingh 'll 8 £288 12si .Mr Turribull imniedihtely informed ;1Mr. Allingham; who examined.the contonts, and informationi w'a circulated of the flndrpending ;the' siame beibing advertised.' It appeairs"that the 'poeketl~bqok ins lost' on We'ddiesdayB bly a'iiiner ..namied Palker, onliis iiy fioin Tiinbarra 'to'the Shnowy, and who, on'recoiving it balck, lianded' one of tle' £5 notes to 'Mr.; Tirinbull.--lrmidale Express. KIAoNDA.-A dayior.two ago - a' digger whb lihad just returned from the Snoty, 'called *ndt' this office, and informed us that there aid a'largesinum-, her of diggers making frosii Kiahdra to the Brhid. wood gold-fields'.'.Ou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860

_EBiGLISH sEXTRACTS. fiO?)i TEi, ,ENOLISI MAIL.]? .; ,+ PoPULATION .or New-.ZEALAND;-Of' the three aissociated islands of .New Zealand,' the most northern, i' w}chick Auckland is "situated; is by far.th. mnost' pipnlous and the best adapted for a flourishing- colony; ; The. census . of: the Maori, the origiinal'iinhabitants, taken in 1858 gave the total number 56,)000--of whom 31,670 were males and, 24,330 females.. The numbers in the different settlements were thus dis tribute.?i e -- ~Auckland, 88,;69 ; Plymouth, 3045 ' Wellifigton, 11,772; Nelson, 1170; Canterbury, :639; Otago,. 526; and the small islanid of Now Leinster, 200. The remarkable `featuire of this census is, that it shows the males tobeomuch, more numerous than the females, which is coitrary to the generally observed pro portions. Another remarkable ,fact, as shown by thc'peiusa taken in 1844, is that the .num bers of the aboriginal natives have been rapidly. 'eareas ng,:·aid that.theo decadence commenced ho far ik,, ...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LABOR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860

LABOR MARKET. Mr. J. C. Glueo reports: Business in the lanlr market is almost at a standstill; the generality of the laborin.. men will not make engage ments formore then three months. The'supplr of farm servants now is very limited, anl all are seeking an advance in wages. ilirriet couples are not so nmuch iu demand. We have numerous en quiries for every descrpll tion of.labor from the countr. . 'herle his been io lurtlher supply of immigrant- dince list report, the want 'f whlih is much felt. Wages, with the exception of farm servatits aemain at former uoitatiou?.

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860

TRELAND.-Mr. It. W. Hall Dare, J.P., of the county of Sligo, was tried;a few days ago at the Quarter Sessions of Ballymote on a charge of having indecently assaulted. Elizabeth Montagu,, Englishwoman, the wife of Thomas Montagu. Mr. Eare's under-gamekeeper. The jury took a long time to deliberate, but eventually they brought in a'verdiot,of.guilty of common assault; In passing sentence, the Assistant-Barrister' said :-" AMr. 'Hall Dare, a very painful duty devolves upon me. You have been found guilty of a common assault, and I have consulted my brother magistraites, and we .consider it to be our duty to impose upon you a punishment that will mark our disapprobation of. your conduct, and show to the public that, no matter how high the position of a party unfortunately guilty of such an offence, thoe law must take its course with regard.to him. For these' considerations we feel it to be our duty to sentence you to. one month's imprisonment, and that you pay a fine of £5, together with...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860

Dftyloffh.tna.1 bul 21 -2 It 4 b aflUU91).t? ..1. F , re2 I 7 I1 I ? FRPID AT'.......... n T i t { 5% ,TIIE E tYi IIINJLII. PLb3L1SIIFAM EVERY WEDNES DAY AND SATUTRDAY.

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOREIGN EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860

. FOR FICN EXTRACTS., The -iumber of conscripts furnished annually by the two provinces of Savoy and Nice, annexed to France, will only be 4500, instead of 17,000, the number which they have hitherto supplied to the army of Piedmont. In that repedct the" annexation will undoubtedly be regarded as a benefit by many. ' The inhabitants of the little republicforined by the valley of Andorre, on the southern slope of the Pyrenees, between France and Spain, the political organisation of which is quite primitive and patriarchal, has just been witness of a sad spectacle. A young man had .been condemned to death for murder, and.tho-whole population of the valley -in arms, and headed by the authori ties,.were preseit at the execution. : The execu tioner,aitn iuhfldititnt of'tlhe valley, and who had his licad and facde coeoied with a thickl veil, di played con?iderablo agitation in the performance of his duties, for which lie received 1,50 francs. "This event produced a deep sensation througho...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860

.TOCO RES1NPOYI NTS. It Is parllulsnrly rcqueetal that letter.. fr tho Eo ofbn' may he no lteooe.l to the, Hlltnr. only, (without uitittoulng Atly name) In onlor to procut croool on. -All, ,'OOSlmu tlltonSo lntendleld fur il.uwrtloe moot bh outh,-nII uathl by thuS hon, olnot n Iresosof trh nruror-not nncacrolly for tlsllootlioo, buot nona gonioluno of olno Rll,. e cnnlo undenklorlh to return n'3etod counmonieatlona. Aulr.rtlleen ore roouletel to ho norticulnr In o,.rk'lno the nomhor of toedrttopa on ono..h advrertliseeunt othrwsloo thoy itt heto, rtuti and ohorool'ror till counltuoruoioulo . nrdern. fot wttlotrnwol or ltcrutlo Se. bunt ho ount In tin. olilto (In Sriting)' hoforn ooon on 0tlu duy prior to publtontlo...

Publication Title: Examiner
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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860

UNITED STATES. --o-- : eCoi TnE ,soLIsu BAiL.) A BlLL'for the abolitjpn of capital punishimert is before the New YoTFk Legislature. T I has passed a third reading by a majority 'of more thnn'two to one. Tihe l'resident lias snin a message to the House of'Representatives, firmly. protesting against its resolution for.an inquiry into abuses of power. The'President takes as ground for his protest that Congress can only acttinder impeachment. The debates about slavery in the House of Representatives at Washington were revived on the appropriate occasion of the discussion of a .bill for the suppression of polygamy in Utah. $afuch excitement has been caused inr Phila delphia by the apprehension and examination of a 'negro alleged to be.a runaway slave. He was remianded to prison, and the police had to repress an attempt made to rescue him by a crowd` of synpathisers, mostly men of color.. The pleuro-pneumonia, that'terrible' diseaseo which has swept off'so many cattle in Europe, has .been...

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1860. SHOALHAVEN MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860

WEDNESDA Y, TUNEV 27, 18GO.:'?. - S[IALTIAVIN MUN ICIPALITY. IN oar last issue woni de somi, reniarks upon tile Report of'the Comlnitteu of the Legisljtive Council appniinted to inquire .into th. matter of tl:o establishment of a iMuaiicipnl .Council at Sboalhaven,.:and. epressed our opinion that the ,promoters of thhit movement had, as shown iby. the.Report, evidently acted under somei feeling of dislike to Mr. BERRY, when fixilg the hotin 'daries of the Municipality. The fucts as then shortly stated by as, Iheina to oar mind strong evidence of tlhe existerce of such a feeling. The R.lleport of the Committee, and the de bate which eusued upon Mr. Du)CKEpt' mntitnii for its sdoption, manifest quite nas touchl bili on the other side, and off. r an iHlustraiion of the truth that hiinman nature is Iu't ittle changed by advent'~'ous.circunistunesiofis psition or education. Most if the burg s;es of Slionl haven are men of comparatively ssmall nmeais not one of their nujlher, perlfap,. ps...

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THE WAR IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860

2nIE WAR IN CHI'A.. . fRoar5j sTRrATS' TI3ES, APRIL 28.) Tim latest news -from China afford; tolerable iarrant thint the fdofii toi.. of,.tiliat:Governi n it will i'tendor war ? inovitale.. The antici patod arrtival in Hongikonig::of Lord Elgin is Sloboledlupon with anything ,but :popular t favor: and it is assorted that no greater good will re. suit from the extra eiibassy of Lord Elgin and Baiomi n Gros than" would have 'resulted' had: evrythliiil been left tob the diploniatio 'iaet of the -Honorable .Mr. Bruce and hisi Frenolh"ool lesguoe. S fa8h's, iih *"progress of those affairs can bd readily understood;it-iwoultmirppwdrthat' some tihne prior to:'the'intended departure oft the British and Frencla extra Ambassadors from ' Eisgland. the Honolrableld'"l': Bri'ei' anidj h.is Irenich colleague ireceivod instructionsto. submit ii Ulimalum.to the Chiehse' Governmenit;' of theiro noncompliance or 'compliinhco with which war or no war would be the consequence.o' Upothitis'ultimnatum th...

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WOLLONGONG V. JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860

WOLLoanoo v. JA eL's?oo.-Tho return cricket match between i Wllongong and Jamlhroo -chm. nenced yoetterday on the race-courso at ten c,'celick. The ..players mare nearly the Rnmoe as at the la:st mitch, thie nlames of thlose who are to contest fm.r victory on the palrt of Iamberoo being AlesHrs. A. Gordon, John \VillicmmS, S. lMrks, Thomas Frecd-. ricks, W." Christio, - Abmntt, D. Hrmigan, 'F. Fredericks, T. Campholl, Charles Grdham, and Jcohn Smndmlerson. 'Vollongong will be represented by W. Croft, J. Baxter. P. Kelly, II. ltoishaw,.Jhe. L:chiff, T. Galvin, F. Chilly, J. Murray, J. tixoli, Jcimes FIlo?itt, and M. Mltirray. Mlast of the Jamlberon. player., arrived yesterdhly afternoon, acil pamrtook of ai lunch at the Chrickoters' Arms.. We regret that an accident befel Mr. Christio by which his nne:e was sprained, iut it is to be Ihoped that he will be anhlo to . enter, the i .li?ta- 'TBheo' dlinm'rr w?a to take placu at the Cricketers' Arms at 0 o'clock the samno evemnimng, and a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860

First-lass3 Heifirs. aau;lBl > 'Filly. : :A KlIAMA.' ON THIUI1SD XY,&r JULY.;Y : R COLIE'will: seli, , iiantion, a?t Adnmis o ..Steamln.li cl ket :lIotirl,' iit; ? i.-: "-a... On TIIURSIpY; JULY iU "'STh oi lerir: rlif lls 1nd1" Blood Fille `,h reaillv good liot, beihi lill titiker. rtci? ? iefect "ly quiet, nudt mlniy of thllm very'firwrdr 'Tcrms.nt. sale .: Warratahd Hois5 To BE LETI, fr e. a.i;t.an ofenrs.the first-clne s _ .11. I).lNG-l-OUSbh sititintit in Terrnion; - street, Killlln knliown "i' Walrritllll HuiSe," ital utnw. nolllhletdl Ity the Mlitsses iM'KAY. The house is large ital cointaihis is number of npirtintle a well admipt~tld for theo eunvol5ic'ife of .'hero is n Kitchen d(ethsnchid, inl- shortly 'therse wnill b'o ita c.innllntdion Statle nutl Colch house erited tit thliu :tik if. the premsises.:' .' Kiti?sn is still hecominig more ittil nmore 'nttrnctiv? ti visitors froii Sidlney i'lri; cltswlherui itul illutbt.; Ih.s thi \Vsurratslit House, vell ktcli ,s...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY.ARRIVALS. June 22. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860

* ST!1PPFIN( INTEI .'lt(WE WI?.. Jano 22. ST*oof,1lI Rae 2lth inetnnt. M iho. ship. 1100 tot)., Captin Price, from.thpiDornt Ith ,irch. Pinasngvri-Thtv. Mr. 1LirtIey, Rev. Mr. Yagt'on, R1e. Mr. Ahtlisoo. MI""tholist miniitersi Mrs. fludol n u a (nd milyy, fr. an I Mrn. !'arrin;to \,r. r an Mn. Sanwu antd fGmily :Ir. Mrand lMi Daniel', Mitt' Maoaron .Mies Wnlsh, Mra. Shipwav, Mr. Roscoe, Mr. Camphell. COASTrtt INWARDS. .Tonu 21. Concord, rrtm'B Dellal, with coal. June 02 Jeannie PortIron from IiroulTRe`, fwi005 p%'M otatoes, 40' bInns wheat, I ton flo u. t.« CUiAST3P~ OrnTIRDL Julie 21. I Nourafor ' olloneong 'Jinm 22 :Sonvenir and Concordl for eillamhi. litaniu, for Boulee.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860

TO' ADVERTISERSEl - .7'Eibeg to inform our advertising friends that t.: we intend in future to render our .' ,. l'ADVERTISING ACCOUNTS MONTHLY; aind that adniveriomenits fromi nonsubscribers, must in all cases be paid 'for livhen. lbroight 't'the 'office. ,This 'rrangement.hnssb.ecomei' necessry,' to eniablo t'io proprietors to meet the largo outlay incurred in: bringingjout ,th,paper,;aid Iiti is hiopeditliit:'their supporters wiill sotfar afid the proprietors in their undertaking.' i". ,. ! The Ezaminer may be had atMr. Dion , Central Store Kianii . Contracts made for Adoerttsing, by tlihe niotli oi qr ter, on very reasoliable terms. - Mr. Conassus LeSdeAT li a been appointed Collector or the .l?.GA 'l lxAiise, and is autliorised to receive . s?if~a dueto tthe proprietos ofLthat Jdrnal;. ILLAWARRA S. NAVIGATION COMPANY. . TIME TABLE. ' BETWEEN KIAMA. AND. SYDNEY. , S' Fneos SYDNEY :? On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and " Friday, at 11 p.m..- .,-q "'i; "1 Monday, Tuesday, ...

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HORSE MARKET. Messrs. Burt and Co. report [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860

HORSE M RICEir. Messrs. Burt and Co. report A itealdy tra?e. in the horse market Throughout the week quiet us fill horses have sold readily at ,market rates, although country sellers had still ln idea of prices seldom or ever oabaieed. As usual harness horses are in'demrund; good .hackniers, up to weight, eomman:lt : a ready sale, but poor and interlor horses, with which the market is overstocked, are unal?leable. M?r.7C. Martyns reports: Enquiries ,for strong well broken horses have been very numerous throughout the week, and.all fresh country lots of a suitable description were readily disposed ol, ut good figures. Light and inferior stock are not wanted in the market, as it -is diflfeult to sell them at any price.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860

COMIERC[A1 *TNTELIGENCE.*: *-T S.S Af.. Herald of Saturday last reports: as undler tUnles otnher.iso expressed, the pries quoted in ,this article anr 'Boo in Ornsao:sous between the producer and the'firl' purchaser.] Plonr ii firm lit. last wcek's qnotationi beisg--Fins, £ , seeicnd l jiiiity £23 per ton of 2000 lb. . - Wheat,.8c'61 to 'O. per bushel. ' ..Jlran la 31 jwr bushel. Ilrel.--6d per '-lb. loaf. Biscuit.--ir. Wilkie'quotes cabin hincuit at 30l per 100 lbs.: navv biscuit, 20s.per 100 lbs. -Mr. Hamilton : Cablln .-0s: nnvow O0 per 100 lbs. Inltchers' Meat.-Beef in,1 to 2d, muttin 1.id to 3id,. pork .id to 6d, veod 6d per lb. Lanmb 5s per -quarter. Poultry and Dairy Prodnee.-Fowls .s 'd to. 4, I dncks ?s to4e, .eese 7a to 9o, turkevs 7o to 10s, pi?eons •is 61, wild ducks 4s, teal 2s per couple.. Roa.ting pis, 9s 6C4 to 6s each. BIutter Is 3d to sl 6.1, cheese 6d to 7d, baeon mid hams d .to 7d, lard 6d to .7d ier lb. Egis Is to 1n 311 per dozen. iegetables --Potatoes £7 to £10...

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SEA SERPENT CAPTURED. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860

SEA SeuLneiP' C. iPT'UtED. liermuda cmi reponiiiinaEiif flia Neiv York Times' svei a ildC1iijtiiiii ti agOIIIIIne soaagipeit, wvidiilh has; hIfe', calptiund ifF tliit islin.l This. spcimen ii;is si.t?eni feet Ih n and eleien iliehes. ii dind niiitr at Ieo thieckest lart, iitid:if a, bhri?lit silver? ieol f itli-i iintiitiales." Te lih iid svas like that of a d?ný, inlt a'ilhriut eth; aid a niea i of spyjlines,; ifroim eigliteen siches i tan feet .ns d a half im letigth, gre ii oin the bali ak .So' SoAP rOR ALL sIntd OF Ppr."?;-FoI" a.lieLuteuant, call him ekittiiii?ii--Fai,'ai old lady, kiss her under the hiiisletnoe yi b yiing, ,tlnat you mistiuk her lfr her daitghter.-For i? yuntg gen tleiman riing ll fifreea, sk hlis opinieio, resite-tiiºg theycjunitnrtiv. mneritsedf iiech"l litial15ý ls4A us` razor sellers,-For young ltdies, if you know' their/olor to be natural, aceuse them of aniting. ' ~f-io ,i X R';TP R ? ir' .o' E i' t..'.irry 7 .i Cr rml' l.,i-?.l - t.-'t'elFv.. phiiei et ...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860

. .,- "' eOLON?. E'xR, ACTS, ... . .. ?Mrv i b uni' s .-Ituesiy l'iritii, .Tune 1th. On of tihe nmoust extr'inr lin:tr i ioretidtni wmhiclI mttfr:..tnnkt {ltee in Aimtrimlii wmns hield at tie T,,hemsry?mRi t milnn :"Stlimly ?'ist, when the homleo want Stb..'tM- 'y? . h - ivh+tVed dcecoromt ani -itence, m. neml, Lto..take.. part- in a religious ier?'"vmi: (R"; h. , the IRlj.. Armnes "Taylor. Th6 TIJi reli .t. ithan. u-pem-twlrl-n1, hut the inv'tatind St enoter,mva~. ,pecially d lldre.?eirito thd1e not in the Wchit of nttenolin' ny reli"gions service on the St1n idny. .lThli.lterciiis wam s I r in tilhe minority, I nvl ever. onithis, the ompening day. Every congreoa tion in tihe ;imetropumliis ,,ntrihnted" a. good ..round nu:inmlb?r:f piersonf., inximslln,tiit the m.lrementn ,mhinlil :hlven a. suicesdfiil c mnmlencemunt : . 'n1 hlealrtily jl;iniing lnignhil :wiishci turwceardmtllos Win :liiie isetmit on f?nt. -And the "colmmencileht m ?,iE it S itmeemio., i iThe -ministi(er'nlupcied t...

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