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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 July 1860
& DIARY. S ? o f l o l uis Ist ono's , -VIID\'fSD'AY?.. Juy -JU 77ly 1.- I 4 10 15 TIIUIRSDAY .... .. 7 10 4 S 10 FItlDAY .......... I ,, 7 10" ( 4 58 17 THE EXAMINER. 1'UBLISIIED" EVERY- WvEDNESDAY AND -SATURDAY.,
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, JUNE 28TH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 July 1860
LEG-ISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. :TnUnsDAIr, JU.E 28'r . TiHt Legislative Assembly met at half-past three o'lock. , . In answer to Mr. Forster, the Secretary for Public Works said it was intended to expend thlio sum of £895 voted for police in the did trict of Queanbeyaii,-exclusive of the sums voted in.-consequence of .tle:discovery, of gold, at Kiandia. -He further stated that a Court - house wAs in. course of derction iniQueanbeyan, butl s o .steps; had, been takein for similar 'erec tions at. Bungendore. and Micalago. : . .In answer to Mr. Roberts, the Secretary for-* Lands said, by a notice of March 2nd, a Courti of 'Petty Sessions had 'been 'procliimed" at Kiandra, and by a notice of April 15th, at Russell's Station,. whereo Mr. Cloete acted as Police Magistrate.. The arrangements for postal. communication between Kiandra and neighboring townships had not been completed. Land in different, localities in that district had been. surveyedd and put up for sale, and a staff of seven -surveyo...
TO OUR ADVERTISING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 July 1860
v i; TO, ooun ADV}IltTISING FtRIggSS; Adverteisers aro portlci?orly requeited to snld In thelr:f?tao?• -by;the preserlbe.d heourof4otocoek te tho evening peccedlog the' day of pblletcloati., Waht of attention to this, occasions moro. delay and 'inconvtnienc thanm tchey nimay Iniagle. TO -COnRESPONDENTS. It Is porttcdetly cquettesd that letters for the Examineer. may he eaddresoledtelhe Editor, onlyI(withlout meontionting any namoe) in ordelr toprevent eonfuslon. All commuleatlons Inteod?et for tInsertion must bo autheotU optedl bY tho name nod ddre of the linovritr-not noessnrily for publiocation, but as a guaranteoe of good faIth; . We cannot undertakeo to reture ritectedt comeituuicntion.) Adlvertiserse fo requested to he partilcular In marking' thLe? noumhr of insertions on eneh ddveertsemeoont, otheorws they will be lnserted ane'charged for tilt countermanded. Onlerr for withdrawatl oralteurtlons, must be snot to the omco (tu writing) before noon on.lho day prlorIto publication....
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, 28TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 July 1860
-.f PARLIAMENTARY NT TELLIGENCE: (FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRB.) , LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL:, Tnussoitv, 28rsi Juiesn.. T Ti douncil met" this: afternon at twenty eight minutes past four'o'ia clc.,: . S Tle Coloniali Seeretaiy laid :upon. the, table of the House,--(1:) Copies of the .bye-laws of St"Jliohn's College,. and; (2.) correspondence Srelative to th' Sea Postal Line. - Mr. Dens Thomson. moved that thie report of the Standing OrdersCominmittee on his Excel ; lency's ilMes?age,,i and ithi'wliold ' q?uestion 1in volved- therein with :referende to, the appoint :ineditand:rem; val of bfficersoif. the Legislative' Couiucilibe 'bb ansmittbed. byy'addres??io his :E. ' elleiicy. 'The lion; .imembertsupported the re c'ominenidatiois of the report at some length.' The Colonial Secretary said'.he .should not oppose the.motion; though lie corisidered it use less for any reslly practical purpose. The hon. member contended tlhat Mr. Deas Thomson was iiidor'ect ii his vievws upon.the state of the ...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 July 1860
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. -:Tntiner(s.),260 :tons, Captain Sullivan,: from the Clydo.lirer 29th, nltimo. ; Passengers--Messrs. ]rwin, Nelson,, Haslin, 'Visor, Wilkin, "and to in the steerage; E. Manning, nagent July 1.' : .MliS.TFasin,11 guIs, CaptLln R. P. Cntor,firom Portsmoutlh 21stl?ebiuaryu , und Cape of Godd Holpe 5th May. *
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 July 1860
Ci, TO ADVERTISERS.u :i ..7 E bog,to. inform our dvertising;friends; that. " wo intend in future to render our, ADVERTISING ACCOUNTS MONTHLY,, and.that adverlisoements from non:subscribers, must ,,i?asll.cases be paid.for .when brought to theooffice. .This arrangoement has become necessary, to enable the proprietors to meet the large outlay inciirred in Sbriingin oift the paper, and it is hoped that tleir i:: pportert will so far' aid the `proprieto~s in their undertalcifing. ''m a , SThhe Examiner "many be. hid ati Mr. Dixon's, Central Store, Kiama. . Contracts mmde for Advertising, by the mionh, or qar ter, on very reasoinablo terins. :Mr. iConseiius'LEsbATT hasbeen appointed Coll?dtorr ,,or thol Kri. ExAMsmEa, ioi,.is. authorised to receolveo any. sumsdrie,to tle preprireter of that Journal.: : ILLAWARRA S. NAVIGATION COMPANY, TIME TABLE. BETWEEN KIANIA AND. SYDNEY.," Fnoa SYDNEY:- On Monday, Tuesdaby, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, at 11 p.m. Iondnay, Tueisday, Thursday; ana F...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 July 1860
Grass Seed.' Gr`asa Seod. M/R."G?. K;VA.LDRON ns beeon instructed by " M1 W; Bailuy, of Gurringoiig, to sell bY auction, at the Steam Packet Inn, "On THURSDAY, TO-10ORROW, 5tli JULY,' : 30S busblicls pilmo grasi.s scd. ' Term's at tale. SALES BY AUV 'ION. 1tR. G. K. .WALDRON:will soil by auction, at IYl the Steam Packet: Hotel, On -T 4URSDAY, NEXT. 5th JULY, 0 very prime fat cows.: Terms a? s.lo T emra..,s S pri gi n gn g :H eifers a n d C ow s. WORKING BULLOCKS. .,GK. K \YALDRON has beoen favored with 1L1 instructions from Mr..Charles Cook, , Jby aiuction at the SteamiPacket Hotel, On THURSDAY NRXT, 5th JULY, .7. prime young splringers. 8 prime springing cows;l 2 bills wr S· :.Pair working ibullocks, liole or lead These cattle are sold entirely on account of wanti of grass, they having been running on the farm nowi rented by Mr.1Poulton.. Tihoy are district' roared, very,prime, and just at the calving. Terms,4 months' credit. Janmberoo. BONA FIDE UNRESERVED SALE. 1 RM . G. -. WALTD...
MISCELLANIOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 July 1860
AILS U'LLA VIOUS £ P7'RACTS. Sri.trt.i oir, CoNanrc,.-Few of our readeis but will recollect the 'terrible calamity h which it pldased Providence, on the night of the 10th, and morning of the 11th of, February lnst, to visit this, and neighboring districts, when the mighty flood carried .destruction and death' everywhere in its headclong course. ?Ien;,women, awd children, in the enjoyment of health and strength, werde hurried into eternity by the remorseless ,lenient, and their homes and all they contained "destroyed. l'he industlfious andtlhrifty farmer saw the produce of his land, and in.soma cases the land itself, swept saway beforo his eyes.. iThe miners and their fami lies on our: various gold fields sulfTered untold-of .privations. and nlisery--hunger and cold. It will also be recollcted.that immediately on the receipt of the direful intelligence how every main-of every. class and' creed-endeavoredl, in some measure, to alleviate the snul'ereings of the poor unfortuiates ; how ...
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, 20TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 July 1860
: PAILIAMENTAR[Y "INTELLIGENCE. ' ''(FR(aI TRE IIEALD'.AND ResPIP.I,).' LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. tI DAY, 20TH JUNE. . In the Legislative Council the President, took thle ch:oair att'cwenty-five miniutes piast four., "Returns of. writs in the Distric; Courts-wero laid on the table.', . . Mr. HIolden: and -Mr; Deas rThompson were appointed a' Committeo .to prepaIre a Bill to re gul:ie th'e appointment and removal of officcrs and clerks of the Legislative Council. On the order of the day for the third reading of the Appropriation Act being called, Mr. ThoIn soni poposed -a series of resolutiouns protesting against the supposition)l that, the Apprnpriati: n Act would tondone,the irregularities and illegal ities. whicl; had taken place iri tie expienditure of -public monies. *IMr. Cowper mnaistained' tlat the Appropyiatiou Act would operate ts a complete s.luction ofTall the. expenditure includedl in it; andlithat .the Government ii anticipating the, Act liy. irregular and evci-illegal proed...
[FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.] Sydney, July 2, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 July 1860
[FOMe OUR SYDNEY. CORRESPOND :NT.] :. Sydney, July 2, 1860. ;. AT lost the Appropriation Bill has been passed, and Messrs. Robertson, Weekes, and.Co., 'nay; ho ldo'ok 'forwaid with some degree of certainty to a little repose from their arduous and fatigui jog legislative labors. It was not for want of opposition in the Council, that it was allowed to -booomo law. - Johnson and Isaacs exerted all their eloquence, while Mr. Want proposed ap pealing to the British Legislature rather than give in. Deas Thomson, however, advocated pacific measures, and there is no doubt his in fluence was very great. His reasons for doing so were partly explained by a semi-oficial note he received' from an "eminent personage," to use Mr. Isacies' expression, informing him that in a struggle of this sort the "weakest party ;must go to the wall," but his. natural common sense must have told him it was useless to con tinue. in :opposition to the lpublio: blsihess. Isaaes tried'to make a strong ease out of t...
LECTURE BY DR. BRERETON. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 July 1860
'. LECTURE BY DR. BREREPTOSI. S- ?oo M S. . hERALD.) . 'Ax intoeresting rind-valuablo lecturo on, " Air and S'ater considered as seippbiters.of Life and conserv 'ers of Health," was delivered in connection with tli New South Wales Alliance fror the Suppression of .Intemperence, by Dr. Le Gay.Brereton, in the Tem .perance Hall; on Thursday evening.. The audience was, rathler. small at the commencement of the lecture, but before the close a considerable number of persons 'hnd .'congregatbd. ', Mr. B. louitcastleo was moved intotlhe chair, and in a few appropriate remniarksintroduccd the lecturer.' : j The lecturer commenced with a few introductory S.emarks ofa general cliractbr,:explanatory of the range of the subject to which le intended.to confine himself, nnd then proceeded to speak of the com ponernt piirtsof thoe lody . The body; thsough pre senting a solid appcarance, contnined a very minute quniitity of solid earthy sulbstan'ce; and even'tiat 'small:portion was kept in position...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, JUNE 29. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 July 1860
'LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY,, IN.the, Assembly, the Speaker took thI?e.'hilr ,at half-past three o'clock. Captain-Finch was sworn in by the Speaker as Serjeaat-at-Arms,: and entered upon the Sduties of that office: : s,. :r -; i .:In answer to Mr:i Asher, Mr1:Robertson:: said' "!, that two lines of-road .botween Tumut and Kian dra had beea surveyed,, but thit the report on a' line said to be the best .had :not .yet .;been 1ire ceived, and that the roadbetween' Albury 'and -Kiandra. was:not at - present. .practicble for ,generaltraffic. . : .i .- : Mr. Asher moved :a series of ..:resolutions, affirming the neeessity of: carrying out ,with .all possible despateh the.grfat'lines of -railway the Southern linb especially, in order: to pre vent the diversion of trade legitimately belong ,.sing to New South Wales 'to the, other colonies. SPIo.. Asher spoke at some length in' support' of ithe motion, and was answered by the .Minister foriWorks, who contended that the, motioni was S.fhmeaning and ...
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. GERRINGONG Monday, July 2, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 July 1860
DISTRICT INTELI YENCE.' Monday, JUly 2, 18160 We are going tohave a uteful addition to our town ship.. Mr. Jolnse, a'nhew arrival, is"abonutto open it' blackamith's shop: ' If ha is a good workman, especially at liorse-shoeing; 'hi will, likely do well, :and tend to driiv' custom' from the Kisama craftsmen Wh?itiwaant comnpotition' to pull down their exorbitant prices, which, so far as I can lehar, are 'higlier than in any other town in the district. A serious accident. happened .to a man named Hetherington or last Thursday night. A.'friend, D. Molfitt, riding homeward met him walking,.and invited him'to a seat behind, as the mare was quiet. I-e did so, and the berist carried her double burden all the way from town till they had passed Lang's public-house.. They had not stopped there, but Hetherington wished to turn bank for a drink as the night was cold.: Moffitt partly resisted, and in their striving'tho boast became restive, throwing them ff.' Moflitt, though dragged some distanc...
IMMIGRATION REMITTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 July 1860
-. IMIi.RATION I5MITT?UANOS. . Tris Immigration Itomittanco Regulations have ,been cancelled, and the facilities afforded by them to tho residents of this and other districts of sonding home 'for thloir friends, through the Governmnent,' ate, for. the present, at ;in "chd. ThIe :Parliament rftiused to voto the -money 'which .was necessary for ,the support of the system, leaving the Executive no .alternative but.to discontinue it. . -The present is not, however, the first occasion on which:a check -has been put upon Govern ment Imnutigration. Its advantages have fre qucntly been questionied by many persons of.in telligenco andgreat experience, and more than once operations 'havebeen suspentled .for longer' or shorterperiods. We remember. being pro sent some years ago when the estimate for the Immigration Department was brought under th6 consideration of the Legislative Assembly. .The" late Mr. Henry Osborne (then;th emmbsterfor Illawarra), and many othe6r, opposed'- the Government; q...
RUSH TO KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 July 1860
Rusui !ro KrANxDr.-The.following is an extract from a letter dated Streatliaam, Victoria, Juno- 20, 1800:--" You will havo all thio people in the colony: ndxt 'aprin?ithmer "ar'oabout thirty mrhen'on h tlhis station every man Jack.of _hom iire off as soon as wintie is over.. Thl Adolnidlopeople aire all oni'the move 'overland?--a travelloir, came; in ahere .Inst night, who: ahout twventt yfdvo mils 'froii hlieio, liassed in onoe 'lot eighlty drays from Adelnide, all for the Snowy, loaded with provisiorins, andwomen and children. : I firmly bplievo thedre will be' siclWha 'rish as vwas never, seen or :ltardof:.beforo in any country.".--hIerald.-. . r : r . - CnILD.Porsoi n-n We regret to have to record thedeath of1 a, little girl, not quiteo two years old, the child of Mr, qhnndler,: the o;mehbr of the" Mining IBard for tie \Voolalioad.. :'The little'thing had got hold tof some lunifer matches, and,: child like, hit off tio colored: tops. Tlie offects were poeudily, visible, but, alt...
SHOALHAVEN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 26. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 July 1860
SHOALITAYEN AUNITCIPAL COUNC'L.` STUESDAY, JUNE 26. " [.FnoR?oM OUR COnRESPONDiENT.] TlmE Council mot pursuantto adjournment at 2 o'clock plm: . ..,,. rr r ' - Present 'tlTo 'Worshipful the'Mayor in the chair, Aldermen M'Grath, Bice, and Moss. The Town Llerk read the minutes of last meeting, which o .tihe inotion oft Aldermani Bice, seconded by Alderman M'Grath, were confirmed. Moved-liy Alderman Bice, seconded by Alderman M'Grath That a note on the man'gin of last neooting em i' bodying .an, adjournment, ofi the Council, -ib erased. 'Carried. The - Town .Clerk- read the correspondenco as follows : -Letters. were .read:. addressed to to the Colonial-Secretary, thel Attorny-General;,-Jolin Garrett, Esq., ML.P., and the Minister for Lands on ,very:important.topics ; and one to:the Council at .?hull!r.?rbmor respecting a previous correspondence. Lt t ra' wre reond. fom" the Surveyor-General's dopattmtent announcing thle intendedr survey of, certain rnads applied. for by: the Council ;-...
CRICKET MATCH. WOLLONGONG V. JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 July 1860
CRIECKET NATCH. WOLLONGONG V. JAMBEROO. [TROz T2R ILLAWARRA AERCURY.] TaE Return Match between the Cricket Clubs of the above'named places, commenced on Tuesday morning.last, and terminated on the following evening. Victory. being once' more on the side of Wollongong, although the numbers are so nearly oven, that were it not the: second time that the. same parties have met, it would be difflicult to .determine which were the greatest :proficients in this :truly manly game. As it'is, hiowever, our fellow-townsmen, it mnust be ad mitted, have fought the game nobly, and' nobly won.. But should this, as we trust it may, be only the first of a series of matches between the same parties, it will be necessary:that Wollon gong should be upon the aleri, and if possiblo, -mprove in their play, otherwise our columns:at no.distant time, may have to record, the fact that Jamberoo has borne away. their laurels. Thd ivickets .were ,to havo:been:?pitched at 10 precisely, bdt owing to the little; de...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 July 1860
Terms: Advertising.-Four lines andunder......; 2 0 Six .............. .. 2 6 Eight ...................... 3 0' ,, Every additional lino ......... 0 3 Subscription-Per quarter in advance :o..... ' : 6 At the end of the quarter ..... 9 0.. Sinrglo copies, each........... 0 6 The quarter end on the last day of Juno, September, December, and MIarch, respectively. KCIAMA :--rinted and published by the "proprlotor,.WILLAMt Itvlno, of Klalnt at the Eaoaminer Generl Prt~lugyollco Rhoulhavon-strcet, lilsma, tboreeltd, Saterdov,'July? tti,