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ADELAIDE. Thursday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860
ADELAIDE. Thursday, 6 p.mi. Yesterday ;ing :the: anniversary of p'ha Queen's accession, was observed as a newi public holiday. A general review of the Voluntiers was held ou the Prk Land+, under the comi niand of Lieutenant Finnia. Ilis Excellelcy the Governor was ubsent throuIgh iudin?ositioun, but Lady M'Dunnell' was accompauied by thi Bishops" of Sydney and Melbourne, who in 1pected the evolutions of the companies. Th'l'e Asaemubly is in .committee on the Esti. mates this afternoon. O;e or two transactions have taken place in, flour at £20. Wheat is 8s. to ,. 6d. Bran ts. id. Captsain M'Fee of the lIavilahb(s:) still lies :n a very precarious state.
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. Thursday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860
TELEGRAPHIC INTEL,IGENCE. (ABIDOED Ofij ux. CAteLD £ND rlrwt.) MELBOUtN?E. Thursday, 7 p.m. JMn. Roo?mnr O'IAnna BlnxE l?as ben ap puinted leader of the Victorisn Explnoiing xi. peditin. This app"nintment has -Eir.nn general satisfuctimn, .Mr. Burke having wonu goldetl opinions as Superintendent of Police. Mujor WaVrburton war scond on the list. . Mr. Joseph Word, secretary to the raildays, has re.igneI: The wind is north, dry and cold. Infldenza is very prevalent,. but not severe. "Sever.l of the camels are laid up with it.. Some movement was attempted inflouri which was ooeasioned by a teleuranll for Adelaide, but, no change in price is efl'etted.
SNOWY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860
* NOWY RIVER. [anoMt T.E EVPI: it.+: q RnliPONDENT.j KtNDy.t, JUNE 17TII,-1860,-The weather is" truly dlelghtful. ine hard frosts during the night, and brighit jyous sunshine through the ilai. I had a wadk overl the hills before breakfast, and it is impossible ti%..describe the exhilerating effect produced. : .Two cumpniies' f Chinese have ar',i ei fr.om the Omeno. About one hundred are eniamped near Mr. Scully's, ied have made him - an offer for his house, to convert it into a Joss louse. One hundred niore are , preparing a. Chinese tovwn as froin 500 to 600 are .to arrive from Victoria this 'iseek. : Some, bf, these men'. carried upiiards'ofl100bs. , . A gentleman whsi is mana:ging a mining ecom pany,. affords ..uending amusement to. the' li? pers at Kinatdra. :; It is reported that ha really does not know= the bittom, 'a mil thait the'. liead of water used carries :all the gild with it., Sometimes, iy it. cidelt', lie ilns a -~lspk or two of gold left in thoe luicelbox.c Iiwie've...
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860
N IVI Z.4 L.4ND. Br the arrival of II. M. S. S. Niger we (Hrild) have news-to tlhe 8th instant.. No further hostilities had taken place. The Auckland Register says :-The great gathering of tihe Watkato tribes-the aseombly of tile promoters and partisans of the King movement--which has beeoon so long and earnestly looked forward to, throughout the length and breadthli f New Zealand, has taken ldace, and the result sutlices to show that, if here there was alarm lest the Waikatos should march upon Auackland, the apprehension was quite as great on the other side that Auckland might march upon Waiksto. S a"uFini all the information we have'been able to acquire,-whether written or oral, we are- of opiion that the recent transactions at the Wai kate, whilst they should in no way. arrest our course of military training, should operate,as a perfect sedative in tranquilising the public mind, through the inherent and self-evident conviction that neither on the Walkato nor elsewhere are tihe ne...
NOTICES OF MOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860
/ OTICF.' M.OT'IOK. " BylAl Irman Sihrdc-Tliat tendcra ho `nvitel! fortio exretidon of n.hrilgoe in Collins-street at the hiel of the water reserre. ly A Idrrmnan Blow-That the Pnrveyor ho in - :rl)ctled to inipeot and report on the road nt -Mil. hr's S'iwamp, -anl na to Iho hert mdle of mnkino an )rilllnncqlt mrid thruoimh it; anln, to r port Ilpon the test miale of firming ai reu If'ron tho top of Mount P'ltes.allt to thea.bonalnlsry ..f Ktlniat wuar ril.
KIAMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. QUARTERLY MEETING. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860
IIE4YA JiV2P7CrPAL OOFiiCIL. S QUATITERLX MEETI' G. WEDWtD iT. JUNE 22. Pnr.scsT-'1to fullOonncil. M ,Iicute of hat neoting read and approved.. S ' i ?Erras. . The fnllonwtir twre receiviel :-From the Depawrt m.reilt of the MBI'ster for L'ndl, . ctatiln tie zolunle iipenn which thltfin'ster declined to ansne the, matinagetuti? oC ninll nolth roe 1, its ureedl upon the orvrlinteot by is Cotlncil. From .Mr. A]*xlil er Kinh's soljcitor. Iu(ining ithe ollncil ng?lnst ilttrinug, the coit of the creek nt indlicated by tih positttim of the vort it the tna of the emllanlik mentat Pike's lll. From Mr. Junes 'tII'Irath. complainiui of ruons fncins: in is portion of the p:u ish road nea orrara Creek. QTEiThy IttIEPORr. The Town Crk reaI the Quarterly Rleport, which, on .the mon of AldermaniH?utraghan, woe adopted.: ' CONTRACT FOIFEPAT RS-TF.RRAT.nN.-STnRET. E. Campbell. ciltractor for the repair of a .portion of Terralong.streea pltied to thne Gonncil for an mldlitional slttn to WH price for w...
[FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.] Sydney, 25th June, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860
FPlO.OURn SDYNEl) CtitLlESONDENT.V S .S Sydnay, 25th June, 1800. As nnticlpnted In ro last, the fito of the nmendled Inlemnilty Bill ii atrttled fl r tihe pnarsnt by being iinaniimo'itly thrown out iclo 4t clane lingl ng. Ohl Sqiliea's acl'inition iof m'l01 Ier one liLihg: tle most. Ihimpairtant ill iiritlimnte'ic, haI , pirhalps. 1a wider ratlne .thati te. lhuntil, it also iniils in lPlraiauolo. niesl tanl,ls aa ijealica:ting tihat inotit .impo.rtantlof hlumlni. 'surf.ateein. whlichl ill tile IalIsuneL of at cule. brated invention l or mletllinlK chiltlareas' lhe.al in menh in manner as woulad lake them exemplary charncters. is sometimes euxrmnely opt to outgrow nll the others, it is this anfortunate organ which makes godl adlrice, criticism, or anything of the sort, to ho an little h-ldl in eaatr.m. It will not lie snrprising, thelrel re, tha presentor lle,~plRensible Ministry are Iay no menna diaposedl to tlink lilghtly of their political dlextqrity, ahianldt be very little dlis ...
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 27 June 1860
S DISTRICT lNThiWI(~I ENE. [mRoat ouR coRlPanornODNr.] GERRINGONG. 3Mn. EATr.?', letter alnonitnciiig the stoppage of his etffrts to establish a new steam company, hiae eaused nitch regret and dis:ilpprintment to nil here exceept the few-the very few-who are Atnrse. holders. in thiu ould one. "Though b:ffled oft"- we still believe we will Ihave a shipping place earcer hinme thimn Kianma. nnl lhailoe the proposal of Mlr. Hale, who all know to he a tmat of husiness, talent; aiil enterprise, as it good stop towardl the Oitictituf ntor anibiticn. As for Mr. Misnunieg's wvery shortly," we placeon it the same value, as, judging froin thile ry manner in which Mr. Hlal intralneess the question, l,e .,does. We. hope Mr. alae, will thin'.k Agin." Perhaps de did net meet withi such er.lial suplport as he expected. or deservedl; but it mintt be renemembered tbat.:.Gerringong is i very newly settlIed place, andthere are very -few really' wealthy persins in it; and besides, this is a time of greu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 June 1860
Te rm: . Advertiinng.--Follr lines ned under......... 2 o Six .............. ".. ..... '2 * : Eight ....:,................ 3 0 ,, Every additionnl line....:.... 0 3 Sulbscription--Per quarter in advance:....... 8 6 At the end of tlheo quartor .... 9 0 Sirgle eopie+.?en, h........... . 0 'The quarters end on th-lttdny e ofuno Septemler, December, and March, respeetively . KiAnA :--Printed and published by tie proprietlr, WeILtren nRven, oe Rlaman nt the .Ermirner Ooneerl lrthltee-enlec .Shenanlaeoe-treet, Kinma foresaid, Utuedar, Jeuo+0tIh, "100
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 June 1860
ENGLISBH £'TRA CPS& Tin'. GREAT "t INTERNATIONALt PRIZE F?a IIT.i --'rThis long-talked of contest at one time ap peered likely to come to an untimely end. Or the thl of April, Mr. clark, a detective officer of the Lcicestershire constabulary; arrived in Derby armed with a warrant for the apprehension of [leenan, tlhe American pugilist, it being 'under stood tlmht lie with his trainers were located at Trent Lock, near Lawlcey, Whichl divides thde counties of Derby and Leicester.' The Leicester shire offitcers got the warranthbackcedby a Derby shire magistiate, and on Thursday night Superin tendent l owndes and police-constable Hallam, and the Leicestershlire officer, proceeded in a trap to Trent Lock. Ileenanjumpedthlroughl the bed-room window, and leaped over'thee police constable Hallam. Ijeenan at once took to Iris heels, and a regular steepleehase ecnsued, but as the "line of country" eas new to him, le'was captired afrer?running 'ovei a few fields. iHe seemned greatly mo...
MAIN ROAD—SOUTH COAST. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 June 1860
' MAIN ROAD-SOUTIn COAST. 'So0m short time back, upon a resolution of our M.unicipal Council, a letter was addressed by -tho Town Clerk to tile ?Iinister for Landsspreoss ing upoi the Government the proprietyof in .-cluding the road passing from Wollongong to -the southward, .'through this district, in the class 6f ",main rodds." The letter was at.:the -timo givenin'full in our paper, and we made -some . remarks upon its 3ubject matter. Wo _now give below the answer received to it by the .Counoil: whioh, asowe expected, is unfavorable. We do not look upon the dotermination of the "Governnment as affording cause for much regret. 'hey have treated us liberally, in the grant of our ljarbor, and if theegentlemen in thell-.Upper "Iouse would only pass the Appropriation Bill, and make the money sure, we might got .along .very welil willt our roadas it is now. W llpartmeett of'Lnnde, , ..- Sydney,-14th'une, 1800. "Srm,T-- tl rdferenceeto your letter of the 13th ..April last, conveying n-re...
KIAMA COURT OF REQUESTS. THURSDAY, 28TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 June 1860
EIAlrAI COUT.OF J2EQUESSTS. -4-- TIIURnsDAy, 28TH JUNE. S(Before Messrs. PerrottDray, Ilindmarsh, Kendall, .Robb,' and Waugh, J.P.'s) 'Tnite v. Francis.-To recover £2 10s. damage .1onc'.hy cattle and pigrs to crops and garden. In this case the trespass was not ldenied, but there wns' a defeneoo that the charge was excessive. Phiintiff anod aistnoss valued-the damage at £2 1s., defend . ant and a witness estimated it at.5s. or l0s. 'Judg .mcnt given for'£l 5s. and costs. Vidlcr v..Gay.-To recover £2;4s.,haeth mount of -an overdue promissory .note. iDofendant admittcd hIis liability, but wishled for .a-littlo timo -·to pay. TlThe Court saidthat-rested wivtthe plaintitf. Ver .,lict entered'fir the amount. John Wright v. Patrick Collins.-For the service . of an entire horse. Postponed for a fortnight~ in Sconsequence of the absence ofa material witness. G. K. Waldron v. H-enry Hamel!.--To recover £1. 12s6. Sd. the vailue of goods purchased at aliction. Defeicnlint'did not alppear. Verdi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 June 1860
Springing Heifers and Cow.. * WORKING BULLOCKS. , rl.. G. K. WALDRON hnstbeen favored willth tL .,:instructions fromMr. Charles Cook, to sell .?onuction at thile Steam Packet Hotel, "On THURSDAY NEXT',I" th JULY,. 7 prime young springers 8 prime springing cows 2 bulls Pair working bullocks, p01e or lead. These cattle are sold entirely on account of want of grass, they having been runningon thile farm now rentedby Mr. Potlton. They are district reared, very prime, and justt at thle calving. Terms, 4 I mlonths' creldit. Pat Cows. Fat Cows. i R. O. K. WAL)DRON will sell by auction, at 1L the Steam Packet Hotel, On TI[URSDAY, NEXT 5th JULY, - very prime fat cows... . . - Terms at-st i-.r . BROUGITON OCREEK. : SSplendid Little Frcdhold! Day of Sale, TIUIRSDAY, 19tli JULY. r. . R . K. WALDRON ha. bc.ns rf,.vor el witi 10i. instructiollns fromn Mr. Jolhn BaIiley to sell by auclion,.lt tihe Steam Packet ITotcl, Kialnn, On THIURSDAY, Igth JULY, A splandid little lfreehohl, containing 5" Sacr...
KIAMA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 28TH JUNE. (Before the same Bench.) [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 June 1860
.dlMA 1'OLTCE OOLTliT. ToUnSDAY, 2STH JUINE. ,(Before the same Bench.) Edward Spinks pleanded guilty.to being drunk in Kinma on theo23rd June. :IN5EOENq LANOUAOiGrE-r.. Toton Was charged on the complaint of MIrs. Ilarvey, with maklting use of indecent. langango in the heaning of pcrsons pnssing along the Gerringong road. The defendanu did not appear, and' the evildnco of MIrs. Harvey hnaving been taken, the Bench imposed a fine of £1 vithl 26. Od. costs on defendant, or in dofanult of p-ay ment, four day' imprisonment. The.fine weas sub. sequencly paid. nluUNcKEiaEss.---Jamc Sirvinoe pllended guilty to being drunk in Kinma onthe 23rd Junue, andl wns fineld £2 and 2s. Gd. coists.
BREVITY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 June 1860
]3aevjrr.--ir Ab nVliyb, tio cluebritol ar geon, \was ncva;rmor'e disple?ised than by hearing a patientidletuil:,i .urng locosnt of' troubles.: A voman, lkinowing Abernlethpy's lo~o of thlo laicqit,, Ihving burnled her h;uid, cal!ed ot his 1house Slhoawig him her hand,lshe said, . . burll." bn ' A poult e,' quietly amiswered, thel learned dii~tar. Thle lnext day she returindl, nl ai, s .1.Iettl' "Continue the pulrticL," rcpliedM lr. Abcrlleth In a wck s ce mae heir ibst call, ahntliar S-aCeoh was lelgrenle, ro ,lthese wtrds, ," 1e your o 'Nothiigi," said llo phy'lai ;" iro mast aenaible CS oman teer NJI
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. JAMBEROO. June 23th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 June 1860
S.DISTRIOT INTELLIGENCE. : -'[FROM OUn,CORRllSPONDENT. : .JAMBEIiOO. S . no 23th, 1860. THE return match at cricket between tile players of Wollongong and Jamberoo came off at the race course belonging to' the capital of the district, -between 11 o'clock a.m. on Tuesday and sunset, yesterday. Most of those who were on tih ground, both players and oectators, were unanimous in do. claring that this ittclh was one of the closest and best contested thoy-lhad ever seen. The affair ter minated indeed in favor of Wollongong, though by . difference of no more than throe notches; and such was the state of the play when the game was very near its termination, that many of the partizans of the successful score were ready to despair, and! seemingly, with good reason, of bringing it to a triumphant issue; The Wollongong men, accord ing to provions arrangement, first took their station at the wickets; but, owing in a great measure to the prowess of the now bowler who had been intro duced among th...
ESSAY ON MAN, REASON, AND REVELATION. BOOK II. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 June 1860
R1S'.I 1,U 0.v1 JIA., Rl.l-i, .'iAVL) l E ' I. 4.100K II ill evi"'ry :lgo tIhe tcndic hll lias beell To mistiike the signified flor what i. seen. To leave tule sub.istince alld the sildow chiloous Adore the -vyinbul but the fiit refuse. Thuts sniri'llc soo00 lost is.tplic i sese, - Fimtlh being diverted to its ovidoece, 'The tiinhb, thel cilem innocenitly purer, Of llim who should oris uiind' til endre- For guilty an11 was soon obscurc'ed'to view, .A ld snurifice itself assumeld as true, While nmn to superaddl to God's desiro . Gave hiiImn victilis to thle llturs' lire, As it the nobler vietim could nuhilncu Its vailnu and ci clhliin oie lielven aidvance, Ilttefil to, God su111 oltbrings imisnlpplied, Moru hatefiul still vhlen God is thui defid. See werlle thie OGnges' irveollis waves disteld, A lilindoo mlothcr's mournful steps desce nd ; While sit thle ihub in uruis lse Iouldly pressed, And ol c agoiic cli clnsed it to iher bIreilat It nll iunconscious u'i llpending wee, . G- ave ...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 June 1860
SIOCTORIIA. -4---- Ourt papers from TMelbournO by the Ingatiras are ti the 25th Jlne. We tkle fnnrom ,tha Ae tile foIl hiotig lrangrnaphs inu reference to the Kiandr.i gohl Or minelcrs and othlers interested in: the mantter twill he Iglad to knowp that the Surveyor-General ht I: dis?:.ve~lol aI very goal road via ~lcehworthn to Kianudra, avoiling all tihose bal pilacesa which havo hitlerito renlered the journey by that route alnost impassable. Thous our miners will have the satis f'action of knowiug that they eoan get to this pros Ietive El Doradtlo with comparativoe facility, and also of being ssuredl of 'what may. probably prove eveCn Ilore satisfc?tory, 'vi., that theoy can rcturn to the gold-flields they Iave left much nsier tihan \r:as .nlticiplted, supposilng their singuino expectlations shoult not b1 realisled. The following is tlihe roule as described by the Surveyor-General:- -" Tlihere is a fiir practicanllo route tor drays carrying two tons weighlt fr'om Beelhwvortlh al a...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS June 26. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 June 1860
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNE . . ARRIVALS. - Juie io26.: Elizan Stewarvtbarquo,; 524 0to, Captain Op ponhin, from London 15th December, and COap of Good hop th May.. -Passengers--.1rs. Povwell nnd 2 children, [Mrs.. Itlles, Mr. Britian, and 11 in tho steerage. L. and S. rSpyer and Co., agents. S June 2'7. . . TIumiter a.), 964 tons, Cnlptain Sollivan, frqm Clydo. .River, - 2Gthll instt. Pl?. Attaisslers--,lessrs. loi, Attll, anlll 12 inl the steernlgo. E. Manl'nil agent. Tillawnrra (s.), 20.3 tons, Calltailn Ket?, from n Morimbula, Tw'ofold llay, nlld Ullailulla 27th instant. Paslengera - II in thoe steerage. E. Ranliug, agent. ' COASTERS IWARIIDS. Juneoo.27. - Nowra, from Wollongong with eoal.; Nighlthigale, from Bollambi, with '50 tons coal; Rapid (.), from Kiamia and Wollongong, with, sntdries. - COASTERS OOUTWAIIDSO. JunoeO6. 'Souvenhir, for lellambi. h .Jno 27. 1'.ightinugale, for Bellumnbl.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 June 1860
.TO AtVERTISERS. i E l;oeg to inform oiut advortising frieonds, thato V. V - .·.o intend in futitfe to render our: ' . S ADVERTISING AddOUNTS MONTHLY,: t :aid that. idvertisemen.ts from non-stbscribers, must in niall chies be paid for llien' brought to the office. - .This arragofibeient has become necessary, to einble "thespropriotets to meot.tlie largo outlay incirrcd in bringing o1t tho paper, and it is hopod thtli their supportcrs will so far aid the proprietors in their ,.:undertakling' . The Lxasminer may. be had' .aMr Dixon's, Central Storo, Kiama. . SContr?cts made for Aivertiising, by theomontlh o qear ter, oen very reasoeiable terms. . CTr. Cdi??is LEeA~rT hIas been sppoi?ted Collector or the Ki.vrk E?isiuNER;and is a athlorised to :receivo s. n?..msdu to tle:e rote priet:rs of that Journcil. ILLAWARRA S. NAVIGATION COMPANY. TIME TABLE. "BETWEEN KIAMA AND SYDNEY. Fnou SYDNEY: On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and .Friday, at 11 p.m. PFox KIAiAu C: Moisday, Tuesday, T...