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TO OUR ADVERTISING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 June 1860
. TO OUR ADVEItTISING FRIENDS. Advertisers nro partiooulrly requested to send in their favors 'Iby tho pnescribod honrof4 o'clock on the evening preerding tho -d.y ofpullication. Woantof attention to thils, occasions onore • denLy and inconveotienc than'they may Imagine. STO COIRESPONDENTS. "It Is pnrtculnarly requcsted that letters for tho Eoaminer mny , bo addresstl to tile Editor, only, (without mentionling any. nameo) in order to prevent confusion. AlU eooouulciatlons intended for inosertion must be authentl. Ited by theo name and nddress of the wrlteor-not nenoessarily ' for publilcation, lit nsa gonarnteeoofgood faith. .We cannot umldertako to retourn rejected communicattonr. Advertisers are raquested to;bo partioular in onarklng the .number ofinscrions oe each adverlisemont,otheorwiso they will 'hu Inserted arid chanrgd for till, countunmanded. Ordoro for rwitlhdrawal orilterations, mustbo sent to tho ofllco (in writing) : bfore o noon on tho day prior to publication. SA TURD...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 June 1860
~DJAAnT. 1)ayo or te W~ook. LSundso Suooet °S A ' ,l'I I A .. .... 0I , y 1 4 I II 'SUN1)AY . t I oy 11 455 X" arN.vn.\2, ..1. 455 13 'rul,?Sl)A ...... ...1 , : ~11 (fi 14 . THE EXAMIWE1R. PIUBLISIIED 'EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 June 1860
'MISCELLANVEOUS- ~.YTI1Z UTS. DeIsanAcereor, CoNoncT.-During Mr. Frcemin's loecturo at the School of Arts, lost nilght, a noii-i'er of boys in the adjacenot street nid at the southelin side of the hlsllcontinuted yelling ld rctoreaming in ucell a matnrner is to rendler the voice of the lecturer ecossionilly almost innaudible. Th''le annoyance was it lentll broghlt to.it sudden cliimax by some of .theoso uihins throwing a stone aganlst the winilow with l'sucl torce as to shiver Lthie panes and seld tlhe frgmontsl flying into tlh hall. This Hoot of conduct eappears to be not unusunol on such occasions, and seems deserving of tilhe attention of thie police.-0 lHerall. If we cast our veyes towards thie ]ichmind River (says an correslpoldlent of the .Darllny Doruis Ga zelle), We will not find one sIogle faIrm on its Ih.iko; it is aill cittleostatioos, and therere re pilenty of them. Thio only produce I know of from the Richmond is cedlr, nd manny hlntndred-yceariold giants of tlihe bush ...
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 June 1860
SFILANCE. Tho negotiations for a treaty of' navigation, wichn . are about tol be oponed..,betincn the French and Enaglslh Government.s, arouse the anger, and opposition of the-. French :protection isis, whose.organ sssorts that.any relaxation iof SCexisting restridtions vill ruin. Frouob mdrcrhait s~hipping, hnd declares.it ,to. be a '.work :of su 'pererogation to grant anything to E?iglntd be yo. 'bndthe stipulations of tllotreaty of commrc. ' Since the,conclusioin of the treaty of com S ierice, with England," says th?o Journal du Hlavreic "agents ofLondon firmns haveobeen' vis itiig our vineyards to .purchase wines and brandies. In Provence, and :Languedoc alone purchases already exceed the sumn of 20,000,000f, and at Cognac 15,000 i.heetolitres • of brandy have beln.boughe.~' " A statue of Joan of Are is to be erected at : ompiegn onh tihe spot opposite. the old bridge where slhe waso takenprisoner by the English oni MIay 23,1430. .. A screw ship of dithe line, calledi Mnassona, ...
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, 26TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 June 1860
:PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. (FROa TOE DESALD .AND EtPIRE.) .LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY; * TUESDAY, 2(rn JUesE. THEe Taelislative Assembly .met at half-past three b'cloak. - Papers were laid on the table by Mr. Robert soS, ahd ordered to be printed. Mr. Hart saked the Secretary for Lands .questionsrespecting unusually severe sentences alleged to have bee passced by Judte Holroyd on prisoners tried before rbin, whiih Mr. Robert. son declined to answer. As tise eprestiosns im pugned tie conduct of.a'Judge he did not think they ought to be put. Mr. Plunket thought the questiens\woro im proper ones, in .which.opision the Speaker cx picesod his concurronce. In answer to Mr. lloskins, the Secretary for Lands said land had.nht been surveyed (and put up for sale in thle vicifity of Ursall, in conse quenceof tlhe death of the surveyor appointed to that duty. Otherquestions were answered by Ministere. Several.new notices of motion were given by members, including resolttions by Mr. Parkes on the ra...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 June 1860
LEGISLATIVE 'ASSEMBLY WHEDnBDAY, JUaE 2% THE Assembly met athailf-past thraeeoaclock. MIr. Rbbertoon said he had received informition of the death of one of their members, Mr. Iyeroni muis, and ho bclieved it had hitherto been the practico of tih House to adjourn on all such occa sions. The House of Commons did hot pay this mark of respect to the memory of its departed meml bers, but on account of the much smaller number of the Logislaturo sbore, a more,;friendly porsonal intercourse existed amongst them', and he thought their previous practice might be well followed. le therefore moved tha6 the House do adjourn till the following day. Mr. Plunicett seconded tihe motion. Mr. Kamp thought it deslrable that the business on tie paper should,ocupy }ho sameo place on Thursday. Aftoras few words from other members, with reference to the arrangemnnt of the business, and the formal postponement of several notices, the House adjourned.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27TH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 June 1860
'LEGISLATIVE COUNOIL. WONEDna ., Jn TE 27Tr . .IN the .Council, Mi. Henry John Tudor Shad forth was sworn in as Usher of the Illack Rod. Mr. Johnson called attention to. certain words contained in a newspaper report of his speech, asid which had been quoted in the Legislative Assombly. Be denied having said that .if the members of tho Assembly. were so inseaisata as bo refuso to pass the amendments of .the Council on the Indemnity .ill they would .bo driven in dismay from their seats. The Presidont.said the hon.- member did not stand tlone. '1e also had been misrepresented. In answer to a question put by Mr. Mafanrlano, Mr. Cowpor said thie Government wore not awaro tlhat any Gover~nluit obfices in' Sydney weoro so defective in drainagoe and ventilation as to' be seriously detrimental to health. Ho enumerated buildings in which improvements had recently been made. - The dobatesopon theo scond reading of the Appro prian:on Bill Winsrbesumd.me SIr. Eagar maLntainted that the Appropria...
JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 June 1860
JAMUIIOOO. • ?"" F.irst Jlinys. J .econd Innn A. Gordon, b by Murray I b by hMurray ...... -Abbott, o byOlilby.. 7 b y Croft ........ W. COhristio, b by I1urry 12· ,b by Murray ......0 J. Cumpbell, o by MuIurry 4 b b?M Iurray...... 17. O..Graham, n ?y Croft .. 5 stomped by rLahif" . 0 T. Eredoricks by MIurray 4 c by Dovlin ...... D. Hartign, b by Crofrt 0 not?out............ 42 J. Sanderson, b by.Crolt 0 b by Mrray ...... J. Williams, not out .... 3 bby 3u ir ...... 2 S. lMarks, b by Crit.... •5 .' befro wickot? O FfBredericks,b. hy Croft 0 .b by.Murray ...... 0 Log-bye .......; :1 Leg-bye ...... 1 Byo ............1 A Byes......... 6 - 43 " : - 84 Total.............. 127
MELBOURNE. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 June 1860
MIELBOURNE.. :. . . ?Monday Evoning;. "The medals awarded to the persons engaged in rescaing thle survivors from the- wreck of thie A? l.e!!i, were preseited by the Governbr, .in thie yocse .of,.p largeo and respectable as semhlagc. Fl;ur is duller, and cheaper. Sales:have.bcen effected 41t 21 lOs. to £29 10s; '. Tuesday evening ' The Legislative Colineil have still further altered the Land Bill on its re-comniittal. In :thle Assembly, Mr.. Nicholson withdrew the charges he made against the London Agents of the B3anlks as to tlhe debenture glcs. Flour is s.olling to-day.at £21 l10s. No changes in other markqts. W'ind still from north.; anid influenza stili, prevailing. Wdnesa, 7 Wednestlay,:7 p.m. A deputation of merchants and traders had an interview with the .Chief Secretary on the .state of the colony,.reconimending roads for the riow gold-flelds. -Ir. Nicholson assured the deputation of the Government's attention to the: matter. Wind changed to vcvst with rain. The Land Bill wil...
MURRURUNDI. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 June 1860
Mr~annuiiNor.-On Thursday last a w omnri of most intemperate hlabitsnamnod Brenuan, residing at VWallabdalh, fell into the firo ywhile in a state 01: intoxication. ;Hor husband, who was in a similar stnte, was for n time unable to assist her; the con sequence was, she is burned in a most foarful man nor, and is now in a.most precarious stato.--'On Tuesday last, ns MIr. WV. 'Palmer, of the General WIashinhgton, Sydney, was crossing tihe Liverpnool Range, en route to his station, MIon Devil, the naxle tree of.the dog-cart.was broken in two. The biroklen vehicle was taken back to Murruruhdi and repaired, and the next day Mr. Palmer again: started on his journey, when, strango.to say,,in theio exact spot! w.her the accihlenltoccurred the day before, tha cart' was turised over ndl broken. Mr .Palmer, who wnsl throwfin'out, escaped with 'only- afowe bruises. ,Ai subscriptionis on foot for thi pcrpose of paying theo rospeeting.party who have been .some ays enden-s uring to seeoo if gold ca...
WOLLONGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 June 1860
WFOLLO(O5(. SFirot l?itnoqoo. Second Inings. WV. Croft, e. by WVilliams 7 b by WVilliams ...... 1 P. Kelly, b by Williams b by Gordon ...... 7 'F. Chilby, b by Gordon 0 o y Abbo.......... 18 '. Gal illams 5 b Gordb l on ..l..... O I[. Redlsha?w, 1 Williams - by Hartigan 14 J. Lahil', b by WVilliams 0 ..b , Williams...... 7 J. Murray, b by Williams 6 b by Williams...;... 2 J. lixon, lt out ...... 9 rill out .......... 10 [. Murray;i b by Gordon 0 by Gordon ...... 5 J. Baxter, b by Williams 2 . by Williams.... J.l Howitt, run out ..;. I not out....;....... .1 Byes............ 5. ..*lyos is Loe"4-oe..l.. ..... ;. yLe-by" ...... 1 Wi~dolmall ...... 1 - - - •, 49 , 81 Total..........130
WOLLONGONG POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 25. PURJURY. (Before Messrs. Thompson, Garrett, and Irving.) [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 30 June 1860
WOLLONGONG POLICE COURT. -&lt;&gt;- &nbsp; Monday, June 25. [From The Illawarra Express.] &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Purjury. (Before Messrs. Thompson, Garrett, and Irving.). Michael Cronan, farmer of the Macquarie River, was charged by Mr. John Beatson, of the same place, with having committed the above crime, he having sworn that the change given for a cheque by the said John Beatson did not in- clude a ten pound note. The case arose out of a case previously heard before Messrs. Thompson, Fairs, and Smith at a previous sitting of the Court, and which was rather fully reported in our columns at the time of its occurrence. The gravamen of the charge will be fully evidenced by the testimony of the witnesses. Mr. Owen appeared for the prosecution, and Mr. Rogers for the defence. John Beatson being examined by Mr. Owen deposed: I recollect a case being heard at the Police Office on the 10th May last; the whole of t...
Terms: [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 July 1860
Terms: advertising.-Four lines and under.....'... 2 0 Six .................. ., : Eight ..................;....,' 3 • o ? Every additional line .....0:.." 0 3 Sulbseription-Per quarter in advance :.....'.. At the end of the quarter . 0 Single copies, eanch........ .. ":0', 6' The quarters end on the lastday ofJune, Sopteinber December, and March, respectively. KIAtAA:-?rlneted and published by the propreleto, ;';Wiau " Invio, of Klamua at the aExa.m lter Gncrallnrldatlugoltco Shoalhavuo-reet, Kioma, -aforeaid, Wcdnesdar, July 4th, sus0 .
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 July 1860
COMMERCIAL . INTELLIGECE. TIlE S.-Ml. Herald df Saturdayllast reports. as. under [Unlessotherniseexpressed, the prices quoted in this article are those in transactions between the producer. and the first liurchaser.] Flour is 'fiin at last ireek's quotations being-Fines, £25, second quality £23 per ton of 2000' lbs: Wheat, 8s Gd to Cs per bushel. • 'Bran Is 3d Serbaushel . Bread.--6il per 2-lb. loaf. Biscuit.-Mr. Wilkiedqotes -cbin liscuit at 30s per '10Ulbs.; nary biscuit, 20s per 100 lbs. 'r. Hamilton: Cabin 30s;. nary 20s per 100 lbs. S'Htocbers'Mleat.-Beef 1il -to 2d, mutton 2d to 3d, pork "4' l to S'd, veanl Sl1 per lb. Lamb 5 s 6d per iquarter. - Poultry and Dairy Produco.-Fowls .s Cd to .Ss, . iducks s to.4s, geese 7s to 9s, turkeys 7s to 1-s, pigeons lis.d.d, jilil ducks As, teal Os per couple. Roasting .'pi.s ,4Is' to 16s easb. . Butter Is to Is .., cheese 6il toi 71, bacon andl lhmsi 6l to 7d,:lard Gd rto .id er lb. Egogs" i to' Is 3d; per iozen. Vegetables:-Potatoes £7 't...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 July 1860
" . ...NOLISHIE XTIRACTS. FRIGHTFUL BOILERt EXPLOSION.--At 'an early houroil' Tuiesday'niorning, a boiler explo sion, resulting; we regret to say, in- the loss of three lives besides serious injuries to' at. least one of thelsurvivor;, took placeat thelinzard pit,. Blaydoni Main collidryr, the property of G- H. Ramsay, Esq., of Derwent-villa. Towards six o'clock in the morning, the hour for the night shaft coming off, Joseph Gray, the man in charge of the pumping engine, on turning out to examine his boilers, previous to going home, met William Holmes, the breaksman 'of the winding machine, who had just come ott for a similar purpose. Gray having remarked to. Holmes, that he thought he had gone home, the latter replied that that was not very likely till he had examined his boilers. Saying this he went directly to the boilers, and having tried the safety valves and floats, pronounced them -all right, adding with reference to the boiler, which had been shut off all night, that the ste...
LABOR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 July 1860
- LABOR MIARiKET: I_'lessors. Iaigh and Brown report-. .i TB)iness in this manrket is dull, n?.is usuilly tihe case I ,athis sensonl of .the yeonr.. 'Th6 supply of married c.ouples, wiith fimilies. for domestic and fiimrn service, is goodi, but rather indiffbrenltttendanco of single ifarming ?men. ~leclhnics canm e secured at oirrent rates. lho' .-,pply of lemale servanits improved:-Married couples, :15 to £55; fhrming men and ploaughlen,, £30 to £35;6 shepherds, £28 to £30; hltlteepers, £25,to £28 ; black nsmiths, .£10 to £80; carpenters, £52 to £80; cooks and" alaodresses. £96 to £30; general servants, £20 to £2?0, ,Sydney, "29th Juno.
THE BRITISH ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 July 1860
iTHE BRITISHII ARMY. (F.. : FOl THE TIMES.) ' TurI army, the freeest in the world, does also much. more work,-for its numbers, than any othier army.in the world; is in the face of more foes, 'encounters more risks, and has more actual experience of war, than any other army. It is spread throiigh either hemisphere and in every. zone; it fringes every continent and is scattered through a hundred isles; it is always on the ocean; and is ever traversing some, of the greatest rivers in the world; its hosts ascend some of the. most famous mountain ranges. Taking in the mass, and considering the service done, ours presents the largest front, and does most work, of all the armies that are now, or over were. . The Austrian army has not. a soldier, out of Europe; France is choked with her own army at home, but lhas no other, work for it except the : defence of her unprofitable position in Algeria and one or.two small colo nies. She is obliged to make work for her men at the expense of lher ne...
HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 July 1860
HORSE MARKLET. Messrs. Burt ard Cop. report' ,Nothlingof prirticihlir import connected witlh the horse inarket.. Of late the market has been, very hadly, sop* i plied with useftl. horses, for which there is at all times a ,dlemand at fair prices, although cosutry people generallyt hqld ouit foi Idgbhoerates than are ever obtained. Prices deringthe week hay6'not altered manterijlly- harness +heorsas goiiig from £ lf to'£3Q, and hackneys at from £8 to £25* Mr. C. Martyn r'orts ; :Thllomount ofhbaiai etltransnteel this weaek liis been, ,ery limited; scarcely an ood stock has come to .the sales from the couitry- ? lthiit alone will iell. larlly', "anything now reminiis lieo Sydey market but' light[ and:ipound stock, fol dhich biyoer eannnot beo obeiioned. Inquiries for young hediy dra?gh, t.colts and podwerful coaching horses are very frequen t, al as it isnow a.very' .considerable time since ;jn good lot of colts has be?n brought to Sydney, such N -li . ,loubtless, rcUise exibel ,Jent ...