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MISCELLANIOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 July 1860
MISCELLANIOUS EXTRACTS. EXThNSIVE CHARGUE.--Narly every day for the last fortnight has been occupied at the City Police Court in the hearing of a charge of ob taining cattle under false pretences, preferred by Thomas Henry Sinden against Martin Joseph Butler. Sinden deposed that he was a squatter residing at BMudgee, and that in March last he sold 2966 head of cattle to Butler at 50s. each. He was to receive one-third cash, and the balance by bills. Butler gave him £700 in cash, and an order on Mr. Robert Forbes, of Sydney, as cash, and the balance by bill. In answer to inquiry, he stated distinctly that Mr. Forbes had plenty of funds in hand to meet the order. As further security, however, Sinden required and obtained a lien on the cattle-or rather what purported to be a lien. The order on liorl:es commenced thus, " Please pay out of Higgina.!s money, &c." He explained that, by saying it wi s a sign to Forbes that the order wasall right. It appeared that Butler had al ready...
EXTRAORDINARY BIRTH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 July 1860
EXTnnXRAono)NARY IIITII.-MIarch 22, Eliza beth Culwic:, the wife of a labouring man, living at Albrighton near Sniffnall, in this country, gave birth to four fine childrn--three girls and a boy, three of whom, the boy and two girls, were born alive and baptised. Cir cumstances of this kind have occurred before; but when w.e ste;e tlhat the same woman was con fined with .wins just eleven months and one week previausly, making in the aggregate six children in less than twelve mouths, we may venture to sa. that the event is without parallel. -Osweslry .ldverliscr.
LOSS OF THE FIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 July 1860
LOSS 0 THE FIDES. (FROM TIIE SOUTH UBSTRALIAN CHRONICLE.) TIE following furthe particulars have been sent us by our shipping r porter : Tile boat containit the five only survivors from the ill-fated ve. el was observed from the beach, sailing along t e edge of the flats, about ten a.m. on Thursday morning; but the men belonging to the unfortunate vessel not landing on the jetty, escaped observation. Since then our reporter has, through the aid of an inter preoter, gained the following particulars: The Fides was a barque of 387 tons, com manded by Captain F. 11. Aspland, and sailed from Christianstadt, Runsian Finland, having a crew of twelve men, besides the captain and chief officer. .She was consigned to Messrs. Elder and Co., and was insured. She had taken in a full cargo, and sailed from the Downs on January 11th, but did not get.clear of land for some time, being forced on the :Spanish coast by strong adverse weather. From Cape Finisterre remarkably fine weather prevailed, and ...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 July 1860
DIAIRY. I )Innll, I;. 1'"" Sunrlrsl I IIucl I ""(· SATUII.Y . J 7 I 1 I7 IS 'BUNI)AY .... 11 71 7. . I ! 4ODY' ...l...y . I 7 0 7 I ".u 'TUESDAY .........* 1i- 70 1 sI1 TI'IIE +X..1IIKNE R. 'EVERY'WI'EDNESDAY AND SATU1D)AY. SI, TUIID: 1; JUL 1' 7, 1860.
MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 July 1860
M"?,eLaclttotY ACCIDEnT. -We have.?eceivdd intelligence of a fatal accident which occurred ,on the Lachlan some short time ago It ap pclu's , that,, on the'29th ultimo, a stuckmau," in the.employ of Mr. Cummings, named Charles. WVest, attempted to cross the Lachlan River, from Gradgery to Jiimalong The river being mich swollenat the time, West was warned of thle danger ,attending the attempt; but he nevertheless persisted in plunging into the ctr rent, andl after a few itneflbetual struggles, both he and the horse which lie was riding disap peared beneath the stream. This sad catas trophe swas witnessed by Mr. Cummings, who immediately oiclred a large reward for the recovery of the body, (which has not yet been foundt)) ndl ?dihn lhas also liberally provided for line wil~dsw a;m children of the deceased, who noai; at mucli valued servant in his employ. PITY 'TIS, 'TIS TtauE.--IRbert Muriel laid ,an:infotbrnaston yesterday awainst Dr. tM'Kellar, ,charging hiai with threatening to blo...
THE GOVERNMENT LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 July 1860
THE GOVEItNMiENT LAND\).ILL. 'ON Tuesday evening last, being the day before "t'te prorogation of the Parli'amenu', Mr. llon:at: soN laid on the table of the Assembly tnrte -very important bills. The first was a bill fir -regulating the occupation 6f Crown lands, the .second a bill for regulating the alienation of public lands, and the third a bill to regulate tle -constitution of the Legislative Council. 'Thlt is, the first regulates the system of squatlting, and tihe second the manner of sale of Crown lands. We do not intend at present to entcr :into any discussion as to the merits of these prc ;posed measures, but taking up only one of them -that for the sale of lands-we propose to give an plain sunmmnary of its provisions, translated out "of ttiltechnical language in whlich its meaning "is enshrouded. - It begins with the interpretation of thle dif "ferent terms employed, such as, what are ptblic :laflds, what town lands, ?what suburban, who are the land agents, what the value of...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 July 1860
SO UTII AUSTRALIA. TWE iLave Adelaide papers to the 26th June. A volunteer review took place in honor of iher Majesty's accession to the throne, on the 20th, and was followed by a banquet. The Gawler correspondent of the Register writes as follows, on the 23rd Juse. The Riglht Reverend the Lord Bishop of Sydney, sMetropolitan of Australasia, nccom panied by the Lord Bishop of Adelaide, Arch deacon Woodcock, Canon IRussel, and the Revs. Messrs. Strickland and Woods, arrived at the .Gawler terminus, by the 11 o'clock train from Adelaide, yesterday, the 22nd instant. They were met by the Rev. Canon Coombs, and the tev. MIr. Murray, the officers of St. George's Church, and over 20 equestrians, who formed an escort for their lordships. Mr. Poole's carriage and four, and.Mr. II. D. Murray's carriage, both of which had been kindly placed at the disposal 'of their lordships, also waited to convey them into the town. The procession moved across Gawler South, anl up Murray-street, to'the St. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 July 1860
SHEPHERD & CO.'S DARLING NURSEAtY, SYDNEY. ' : ESTABLISHED 1827.' . i' FIRUIT TREES, Or iiimntnl Tres, .Shruba' ind . . Flowering Plants in -larg6 varioty. . ..and Co.'s long .cxpcrionco - hs enabled them: to alopt It system of.pncloing suit iblo to a tryilnj golnninot'li!e, P . - , RIfOEDO CATALOGUES" :i' Forwarded on appnliiation to':Sb PHEPRD i-CO. Darlin'iig 'Nrsryv,, ylneiy.' 'ir n THERE. arc now iuiiiing oi.!.y faim r t' St'in C ':: ree?,':'o :?ii tiy I0RSE. li ' ~ leil; ':il shouldie?ID:oi hipi. OndG' light Bay CO l' bi; iilei S:oi ishoulder. Also,"rion red anid 'white si itt'ed COWV, no brhud legible. 'i'. '. ''h', .'-'; :..If thi" alhivoni M' not iremoved iwithin.i i: days, thlv will, Isold to defray expens i s. ';i .',: Win: 1-1: * STEAIIMAN%.! ;.Stonioy Cruok, Jamnberoo,.80ut6 ;, i u ', , Notice; . , T HE TENANTRY .of. Mr..DAVID: BERRY it Slhoillhnvo e and dthlo rici loring setlci's aro requested to produce tg .:thro enid David;Bl ry inll thil receipts in their po...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 July 1860
.TO .T'1 ED?1ITOR OF THE E.. XAlNIRn. Sin,--n your issue of the 30th Juno you state a Case that wo1s heard in the Court of lequests-Fluller and Waldron v. Bushnell -in which they nmike application to the Co(uirt for a .verdict gainsti me for the sumn of £7 2s. id., beiing the o-mountlof t plonissory nlote over :hue. as they state. ''The facts of the ease:?lre these: Fd'ler and Wahldron held two promissIory notes of mine1 : on0e wals overdue,-the other was not duo till -the 209th of June ; nuld hero I a1 served wiith a summons- firom tthe Court on the 21st Jule, to appellr on the 28thll! I beg to tell Mes?ls. Fuller ntIl \inWaldron, for their intirrintiol, that I paid botlh oftto promilssorv notes on the 23rd of, June, and tlhe Courtexpenses I l!so 1paid on the 25th of lnne, whicrh ily receipts will show. As Ihave given nly solicitor isltructiou to proceell inrthe case, I shall liloe' whliether Fller aid Waldron ire justified in tlhing pro ceedings ngainst mto - after Ireceiioing the...
MEASLES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 July 1860
Ie:ASLr?e. -\ ononer are we beginning to re cover from the eflects of the influcnza, .from which we haveo sullered.here in commqn with other parts of the colony, than we are threatened with another visitation of a serious.character in the shape of measles. Tho families of Mr. Chapeman, Mr. Ken dall,.and aMr. RI. IMarks, are, ,we regret to say, now suffering from this disemase, which in one or two cases, has assumed a serious nspect. Thcunscttled and unhealthy weather is favorlble to the progress of the disease, and two much care cannot be given at such a.timo to thogeereal health. of both chil dron and adults.
WONDERFUL JOURNEY OF A GREYHOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 July 1860
'IW'o N.'D. JE.A .iUL T J1O URN L1' "0F.A 1 ma :(ni'tarr nLEsunE noun..)pgy ,Fe .tlio triuthl f the following facts I ?airioll' voich, ha'ving boon present at their accomplilishmrit; "iTwo ,or threoo yearns ago; wonti:down; for,;ifeoie wdioks': shliooting,into L-ashiroe nud was stny, ig . at. the lois.. of an intimate friend of mino, Mr. S--. who hltd riach lande pioporty;:, in " theo neiglihboihod, pa'todf ivlii"-thatt nerir lhorn lhe cultivated 'ii self. M'Iy' Mfrdied'is it"r'at oiioristiannt , airr 'fond of =dogs of alhl d:.?eripto rd eand possessingrgam, n eig.t otheis;,a gdodrl.tikc nao. of strong, i.woll-bred grey lhoundsi. Orio of tlhrsoapintnlselhowover,.abovoe ..all the rest, was an espbcial faworito, and, bbdinug ronlly valiuable dog, Ihe caried offsovreral landsomo prices at the differonit courring ,metings,, ii L- lshir aril'thie' niiglboiiing. counties, aind .l i as 'illr cnse quoince justly dolebrtifed. U Le. aii a beiiitifrilly clean-niade, liin'-coldred aninial,'of l...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 July 1860
SSIIIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. AflfIv I.S. July 4. Iltunter, stcamuer, 264 turus, Ciptiui Sullivan, fromi Llao Cirdo llivvr, 3rl i nstant. Kimnan, steatnr, 700 ltne, C.:1:tnlj, Iliuntar, from 3leriutbula and Ulladullu, 3nd im(tullt.;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 July 1860
. :/ , NOTICE O ADVElRTISERS. TIW E .beg to inform oiur advertising friends, that S.': we intend in fitiure to render our ,.ADVERTISING ACCOUNTS MONTHLY, and that advertiisoments from non-subscribers, must in all cases be paid for when brought to the office. This arrangement. 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 had at Mr. Dixon's, Central Store, Kinma.: ' Contracts mnido for Adner'sins by the eonlth orequar= temr, on very reasonable terns. Mlr. Conrs?is LEOOA'T has been appointed Collector or the' KIMAnAExAsINEa. and is authorised to receive 'any susie due to the proprietors of that Journal. ILLAWARRIA S. NAVIGATION COMPANY TIME TABLE. ;BETWEEN KIAMA AND SYDNEY. -Fnos SYDNEY: On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, at 11 p.m. Fnoce KSiTAM: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and"Friday. C...
PARLIAMENTARY PAPER. DEAN OF ST. ANDREW'S, SYDNEY. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 July 1860
PARLTA IEN XTAR.Y IP' AR. DEAN OF ST. ANDREW'S, SYDNEY. REPORT. TinE Select Committee of the -Legislative ,'As s'esinly, a:ppointed on .the Iith February last: to ,culnider the. petition ofi the Churchwardonsi of "'St. 'Ai?ew's, presented to thie Assamblyon thi '25tlh'Jiiuary,, regarding the appointment oflthe _: E'v. Willialnm iI..C per,.. Dean D of;iSt ;An d a, 'S.6 ydney; have agreed to, the following ;" On the, 15th J ;uly', 1859, , ti? Rev. Mr: King. was appointed.to ,tho Incumbency of. St An driw's Churcbi aSyeyy , and evcr, since dthat 'tin lhas beon te s iincumbntft o t f the san, e . jfori ming th 6dutic of the offico, and drawing froni the funds ap'plpriated drderl, Sultedulo C; of lih'eCoiistitution Act, anannual 'salary; .of * 20'0, biesides an allowance of £25 in lieu of Globe. Thi' church, which is a wooden struc tire, was. built under the provisions of Sir Richard: Bourke's Act, for promoting the build ng of olhu rlhes and chapols; and,,from being a mero ordinary pari...
WEDNESDAY, JULY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 July 1860
WEDNESDAY, JULY x4. Ttnr Legislative Assembly met at twenty-five minutes past cloven o'clock. Mr. Hart moved for returns, showing the dimensions, drainage, and vontilation of the various hospitals, police and other barracks, gaols, watchhouses, lockups, and other places of detention in the colony. Nothing could be of more imoportanco to society than the condition and management of those places. In England the greatest attontion was now paid to the sub jeet, and it was of :equol consequence. and doe serving of the same consideration in the colony. -: r. Plunkett seconded the motion, express ing his cordial concurrence in it. ' Mr Arnold said, if the House adopted the resolution, the returns asked for could only be prepared - at immense labour and cost. HIIe thought it was not desirable, at the present time, to throw the great amount of additional labor upon tlohe departmoent, which, if the antici pated rush took place to Kiandra, would be charged with the requisite accommodation for ...
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 July 1860
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. (FROil TUE IIERALD AND EtUlR ) LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 3. IN the Council the President took the chair at twenty-five minutes past four. A Bill to regulate the appointment of offi cers, clerks, and servants of the Legislative Council, was read a first time, and ordered to be printed. Mr. Couvper read a letter lie had received from Mr. Docker, and offlred to explain the language he had used on the 19th ultimo, where upon a discussion ensued. Mr. Thomson objecting to any explanation of charges against IMr. Docker, being made in his absence, and.the President ruling that it was irregular to do so, Mr. Cowper withheld the explanation. On moving the adjournment, and intimating the Governor-General's intention to' prorogue the Parliament this day, iMr. Cowper laid on the table Bills for amending the constitution of the Legislative Council, for the alienation of Crown Lands, and for the occupation of Crown Lands, and moved that they be printed. Objecti...
ULLADULLA. July 2nd, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 July 1860
ULLADULLA. July 2nd, 1860. DeiATIu.-Two of Mrs. Kendall' three sons have died since I last wrote you. A sad misfortuno this. IsNQU6STs,-Two of the oldest hands in this neigh borhood have gone to their last abodo last week, viz.,:David usunn, and Peter AM'Guire. The Coroner hold inquests on their bodies on last Saturday. Dr. nM Kenzie mado a post morlem oxamination of the bohdies, hen the followiuk-verdicts were given: " Munn died from rupture of .the heart, andl M'Guiil from apoplexy." lMunn was aged 72 years, ami M'GCire about 614 years. They were among the first of the old lamds in this neighbmorlhod. PI'TTY Te:rr.-An oldl couple of the name of Field, had their placeo robbed on .Sunday last. Whatever dastard was guilty of the act, hei could not cxpect to get much out of the hut of an iaged couple, who are only in poor circumustances, and have but their wages to deipen upon. - The scoun drel took a pumpkin-aln some nard, and an old pair of trousers, anud cut the bef up in slices an...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, 3RD JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 July 1860
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUI:snAYx, 3nD JuLY. IN the Assembly tle proceedings were opened by the Speaker at half-past three o'clock. Some formal business of no public interest having been transacted the Premier moved that the House oi its rising do adjourn till eleven o'clock on Thursday. In answer to a question, he stated that such adjournment was preliminary to prorogation. Biifs to regulatq the sale and occupation of the public lands were laid oi the. table of tile IIouse by Mr. Rlobertson. The ordinary motion for printing .the' same having been made, it was objected by Mr. Forster that tile Governent was departing from the usual course in the laying of bills upon the table without having asked the leave of the House to introduce them. Ile therefore opposed the printing. Mr. Parkes thought that if the course now pursued by tile Millstry had been. indicated some time ago to the House, it would not have been acquiesced in. Mr. IBlack said that as there was no security that the bills p...