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WEDNESDAY, JULY 4TH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 July 1860
TWEDNESDAY, JuJY 4rTII. Parliament was prorogued until thle saventh of August next. The attendence of visitors was smaller than on any previous occasion, attributable, no doubt, to the sickness now so generally prevailing. There was, however, a.large number of naval, military, and other officers, British and foreign. than had been present before. The Governor-General arrived at five minutes past twelve o'clock, some merely formal busi ness having previously been gone through. his Excellency then proceeded to read the speech as follows: hlonorable Gentlemoen of the Legislative' Council, and Gentlemen of thile Legislative Assembly .1. I im.happy to be enabled. to. release you from yourparliamentaly duties, and -to close the session. 2. During .the recess ,varioius :mbiiiros of importance will be matured by tlie'Governiiciit. for.the consideratioilnof Parlilamihnt ? he;;i it sllall agiii issemnble. Gentlemen of1the Legaislative Assembly, 3. I .thank' ukyo. for. theo supplies, you have....
ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 July 1860
Acc:renTr.- As Mr. Perrott J. P. was returning on Wednesday night lanst from a meeting in con nection with the British and Foreign Bible Society, at Jerringong, his horse fell with him; and as we understand, stood upon his arm, injuring it severely but fortunately without fracturing any bones. JunGE Owe.--Mr. Owen, accampanied by his son, came to Kiama by the steamer on Wednesday, and left again on .Thursday morning. It is re ported that IIis Honor has some intention of retiring from public life, and entertains the idea of coming to.reside in this district.
"SORIEE MUSICALE" AT SHELLHARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 July 1860
"'SORIEE MlsUSICALE" AT SHELLITuAD OR. TnE above entertainment took place on Thursday evoning, the 5th instant, before a numerous andi ences 'I'lhe object of the concert and tea meeting was to assist in paying off a debt due for the en hlarement of the School-house. The proc edings were opened by Mr.R. Hall, who read a programmo of the entertainment and said a few words as to the object of the concert. I should observe that, as in thi" Ludi Apollinares" of the old Romans it was the custom to precede the entertainments in honor of Apollo by a sacrifice, so on tihe present occasion the indern- admirers of the god of music devoted a host sof cakes and good things to the same purpose. The programme con taineld a good selection of songs, glees, and choice musical morcenux on the piano. The lady pianist, Miss Brown, won golden opinions, and her ringing elicited raplturous applause-" IHomen sweet IHome and "Kathleen Mavosrncen " were 'loudly encored, and on :l! 1ides might be heard exlamat...
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 July 1860
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. [FROMs OUR CORREiSPOstDEmr.] GERRINGONG. ToE meeting for the purpose oforganising a branch of the Now South \Vales Auxiliary of the B. and F. Bible Society, was hle] on-last Wednesday evening. The weather was rropitious, it being nmch warmer than for several nights previous. -The attendance was tolerably good, but I did not notice any person from the Foxground furthdr back than the hill, for merly known as the l'eak, now MIr. Curry's. With dry roanls, and a fine night, they might easily ride out for such a purpose. Thoe meeting was an nounced for half-past six o'clock, but the patience of the audience was well tried waiting till nearly an hour later for the Rev. Messrs. Ashwin and Davis. The latter at length arrived and explained the de lay as arising from an accident to Mr. Perrott. As tlethhree were hastening across the swamp to the meeting; his horse stumbled and, threw him, infict ing severe injury on his left arm, and also hurting his righthand. Robert Mi...
ARRIVAL OF ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 July 1860
ARRIVAL QOF ENGLISH MA.L. TIIE mail steamer has arrived-but that is about -all the news that we can give our readers, for our tclegrams areostuik.on the ioad and cannot got along. A fierce thunder storln has been playing up at 'Goulburn all nightl makingg the instruments. in the Exchange talk a great deal of gibberish, but. renideiigg it quite impossible for any intelligible message to be passed along. The wires which had beea- broken trie day be fore on this side of Goulburn were repaired by. &lt;four o'clocekyesterday afthrnoon, and at ten minutes to six a short message came from Al. bury announcing the arrival of the i mail,.and stating that communication was diffioult. No further message was obtainable. As soon as -the news comes through we shall publish an eox traordinary.-'Thursday's Herald.
KIAMA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JULY 4TH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 July 1860
IAMA rOLICE COURT. ' T!House., JULy 4Tn. Ikwol:c: 11ssrs. J. 3[. Gray, Michael lHindmarsh, his Worshi, tihe Mayor, It. II. Fry, and Jamncs lobb. Justices. ]iiuiNiciu.c;r as .-Jaiies Taylor paid a fime of is., niiul:l s ltiages i line of 1ls. fir drunIIIIkeIIInness. ,laiies Chsa?se t.s -l.?so 'nlld 10s for being drunik and disorderly, ist;d. for co.sts being added in.cch (;rilitls v. Armstrng.-Ass,'ault.-H-lhl Grii'iths st.ttedl: O11 (iril:ay last I went to L:tw's public liuse, :at Jamniereoo, \rlierO mIy sister is :a saerrvaillti. When " got to the doir my sister complained to me that defenihut hald thrown a glass of ale is her flee. I tohll lhe noit to minild ns hie was groggy. After this I rwen into a private .roonm whelre thelre were 3 ither metr and a chil'in a cra'lc. As I was goinig i iy sist' :as coiing out, andol tolld meo that dlefelndant hiil been pulling her by the dress. I said to diefelhait thailt it was a dihulii to ibe boullc in tile roilllanl. wlell Mir. Law was ieot...
INSOLVENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 July 1860
I::it; so,vENOSr.-Joseph Sharp, of Wynj"iid-1treet; Sydncy.,;i Lialilitios, £35,072 11s. 10d.t :Asseuts vali oof real proporty, £35,550;, personnai property 6130; totail, ,£45,680.; surplus,. £10,607078a. 2 d: (Private entato:) [!tiin.--I have been compellued to scquestratb my pr'vnto ebstit in -conscqueno of' the failuie of Khirchnr and Co,' of whichi,iril I I as one of tlioplrtners, but I was riot'engoad' ii: '?liL management of it. ::It was represented tb if' 'in Jan'uary, that assfstanco to the amount of' £25,000 wvould oenablo theo frmto overcomoallr diffiiulties. I then roiilisod nomo property and mortgaged othlro , and'the proceeds, about £30,000, were pas?osd ,to; the credit offKitlincieand Co., but to no purpoas, as the firm wds fouiid to'lib in a worse position tlariiI was led to suippos;--J. Sitairi.]--ESmpire ?Fon ?lrazoe or Euc:iNTIro" MuNtci?Atnor.-' On.Snturday, evening last at a very crowded meet ing hold in lthe. police-couit, it woas unanimously agreed to petition ...
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
COL ONIAL -EXTR. CT'S. romatt?t? :1MEURDERit.--UNDAGAI, June 25. --A frighltfull murder was committed near SGunduagai, oun Monday last, in open day--the - victim being a poor German, named Btilker. lie had for a fortnighlt been living with a fellow-countrynma (Anthony lMeiltzer), on a - sma!ll farm tabout two miles front the townshlip, close to the miin Sydnay coad. lMeiltzer and liaker were liing together by tlhemselvces. On 5louday morlning Inkeir was left alone inmthe hut, and in the afternoon 3eiltzer returned andl fotund the door closed, and, on forcing it, dis covered Baker lying insensible on the floor, with a fearful wound in the forehead, fromn which the brain protruded; He returned to give informatiuon to the polic, and removed tihe unfortunate muan to Guntlgagi Hospital, where it was found tlhat the frontal bone was exten si;ely fractured, the anterior right lobe of the brain completely broken dorwn, thle point of tlhe instrument having penetrated it deeply. The -wound nw...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
FatSheep! Fat Sheep!! nRn. G. K. WALDRON has received instruc.. at tions from D. Berry, Esq., to sell by auction, : at the Frnianah HIotel, THURSDAY (TO-MORROW), 12Tn July, 40 fat sheep. STerms at sale. Prime SprTngers, M' R. G.. K. ALDRON will sell by auction, as the Formanagh Hotel, On THURSDAY (TO-MIORROW) 12th July, 18 prime young springers. These are a really first-class lot of young springcis just at the calvin. Terms liberal at sale. Freehold Property in Kiama, &c; M1rR.W. IRVING is instructed by Mr.. R. ii Ewing who is about to leave this neiglbor hood, to sell by auction, on the ground, Barney sfeet, Kiima,n, On NEXT TUESDAY, 17th JULY, Commencing at 1 o'clock, An allotment in Barney-street, having 66 feet frontage, on which is 'erected a weather-hoarded dawelling-house, and a wthelwright's and blackasmith's work. shop. Title perfect. ::·* SAlso, A set of blacksmith's tools complete, a set of carpenter's tools, a turning-lathe, a S strong bullock dray, two tumbling ...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
- --4---c A few days ago,. when a vast concourse of persons was assembled on the race-course at Abergavennly, an accidet't occurred which created a most painful interest. Tile grand stand is'close to the rivei Usk, the waters' of which were at this time swollen and rapid from the recnt stornms. At Abergavenny is a joint counties pauper lunatic sylum, in which are about 800 patients, and on.this afternoon a large number of the female lunatics were brought out to walk by the side ofthe river opposte to therace courser, and from which they could see something of the sport going on on the other side. Sud ldenly, one of the patients-a fine middle-aged young woman-saw among the crowd on the opposite bank her husband, who is a comifectioner at Newport, and was hawking his wrares among the people. WVitl, a wild scream she rn down the bank and precipitated herself into the foam iug torrent, anod attention was drawn to her just as tile horses were about to start for tile Club Stakles. A scoen...
COLLISION BETWEEN CAPTAIN MARTINDALE AND THE CONTRACTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
Coirciiose U:TivEie CeP AN MARTINDALE AflD •rn, Cb?scrltAcrodt .- -Ti'e line to B3lacktown was to hiave-bcen availablle foir tramls on Monday, but the opening did not take place in consequence of a serious mlisilnderstandiigi between Captain Martin tale, the Chief Commissioner of Railways, and the co•ntractor of tire Ulicktown extension, Mr. John Gibbons. Oni Saturday Mr. Gibbons mado a verbal offer to giso up the line, condlitionally thalt it was ccrtfied for. Captain Martindalo ref?eod to certify on tihe grounds that the Engineer-in-Chief, Mr. Whitton, who wvs' out of towvn, had not inspected the line, and that there \vere some things yet requir. ing completion. Notwithstanding that the Chief Commissioner Ihad refised to certify, he hadl mad arrangements for running the trains 03 thie Black town extension on Monday; those arrangements were frostrated. "Letters hiadl passed in which, on ths on aiilde, tihe Commi.sionner reitorated hisi d! tqrmination to open ths line witlout certif...
TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
TASMANIA. (FROt TIlE tEarPIttE.) l?y way of Nelbourne, we have news from 1Hobnr?? 'Town to the o-22nd, and from Launoceston to the 23rd ultimo. TIhc Snowy River fever is not, as it appears, con fled within tilhe limits of tile Australian continent. It prevails in Tasmania to an almost equal extent as here, for there numbers of personos are preparing to leave as soon as the spring approaches, The .Cornwall COhronlcle alludes to thle matter as fol lows:-" Thero is no dloubt but thalt tile coming spring wi!l be the signal of a tremendous exodus from tilhe colony. Already wre can hear of a nume ber of young men Ipreparing for thle golden cam paign at thle Snoow River, inhded many have started. All tile small coasters will be engaged. We heard of forty men having olfered to chalrter the Rose Ann, a small schooner, aind to pay £10 a-head for their convoyance and that of their lusggage. It's an ill-wilndl that Ilows nobody any good, and therefore small vessels will look up in the market." ...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
COIMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. T'ia S.,i0. IHerald of Saturday ]ast reports as under .fUnlessotherwiseexpressced, tiho pries quoted ,in this rtiele are those in triosactions between the producer and the tirst purchaser.] Poultry nld Dairy Prodsee.-Fowls 2s Gd to ts 3d, -liucks as 6d to 4s, geese 8s to i.s, turkeys 7s to Ils, pigeons Is Gd to is, wihl ducks ,ts ad to 4s ld, teal 2s ,to 's ad per couple. Jioutinig pi.s, 4s to Os .eoch uotter Is .to Is 3d, cheese td to 7d, haeon ad to 7d, larn Gd to 781 per lb. Eggs tu to is 3d per dozen. - "Vegetables.-Potstees £7 to £10, siaons £20 to £25, per ton. Cabbages ts to 1is, caulillowers 3s to 12, . etties 6d to is 6d, pumpkins ts to .10s, per "dozen. Tirnips as to ts, carrots 2s to ts, .clery~GO to 9s, puripps'2s to 3s, leeks 4s to ts per dozeli bunches; 5p'eeo peso 10s to I os, per' biushel. rits Oransl pr8d to ad, Liston lemons Gd to ad, Lishon d banata ps 6tl, Loqiu ts ls d .to 2s per Sba~sket.. -., Honey Sd to'&1per lb.
MILLERS' PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
- ' ILLERS' P' ncG . " M.essrs. Barkexr an, Co. report ,Floui:--Fineo £25, secosd £23 per too .' t: Wheatl-Ss to 10, per bulidb. Br' a? n.--la3d per buslhel. Mr. Breillat.reports 'Flour rio.- s £25, seconds £23 per ton. :.:.\ heit.-?9 to los perbushol S arin.--Is a3d to s d per bushel. . .Mdssrs. Furlong and Kennosy reporta .Flor. -Fiono £2., seconds £23 per toil. 'Wrheat.-Colonitsl s 6r1 to Os per bushel. Blrhan. -Is 4d .per'bushel. . Messrs. Pritchard and Williams' report:- Flour is firm aIt last week's quotations beilg-Eine,i £Y5, isecondl quality £23 per ton of 2000 lbs. - S bheat, lOs per buslhcl. "Bran ald PIollardl.-la 3d to is 4d per buslai. i" aizc.--Prime satnples fit for sl'pment, mieet w'ith reready ole at as. d per bushel. We Ihavuosold during the veek about 3000 bushels, at from 3s sd to 3s Gd per Bl;ushol. S-Ilhrle.-T-In'ldemand, good samples, free from rweeril amid sonild-rwort-l :s Cd to is pier hl. ,Oats.-Weo quote primno at Ss Cd to4s ed per bl. Lucerne Ilay.-As a...
[FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.] Sydney, July, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
[ [!ro:: aM [ 6it Sv?u??Y COo..E.PONDENrT.] Sydney, July,'1800. T?lis week has witnessed thIe ccssatioqr of our P?arfihmentary sitrings, and, as promised by the P remier the two Land Bills, together with one for tlho'regulation of of tihe Legislative Council, have been laid on tihe table of the House. Not withstanding their long expected aplearance, they tumbled into existence in rather an in formal nianner, and a sharp debate oensued whether they should be printed or not; this was carried in the aflirmnative by a large majority. Being merely laid oi tihe table, no debate oni their merits could be held, so MIr. Parkes will have full time before next session to inwardly digest them. tIn tlhe Council, umbrage was also taken at their introduction, and accordingly, .s-. Cowper writhdrew them. flir. Jolhn..on took tlhe opportunity of firing a shot against the Government, but was unable to elicit ainy state ment declaratory of their policy. A few of tihe smembers lhave signed a protest to...
HORSE MARKET. Messrs. Burt and Co. report [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
. "Messrs. Burt and (e. report .A merelv.nominal..business during the week. No fresh lots' hlirve b,,en offered. TIo few horses on sale in . the dealers' hands are mostly of nu inferior ctass,. and the h ollors find a great dilliculty to quit thenm. at a profit. SNo movement in price or demand can bhe expected until Stheo arrival of a fow gooed uontry, lots, to. frealhen.-tleo m'arketl . ' M i*. C. Iartyn reports :? Nothing of piarticulhr import connected with th1e htorao market this week. T'le demand for strong-well broken borres tlas been very inadeqoatelv met by thIe country snupplie.s that. hae comen to hand since hlst report. There . is a good sala.fbr them e at thir prics. No uahroken stock hts come to thne imarket fur some time,'and theoro is nu itbo cblo opporthlmity fbr disposing of a te go6od lots ,ofselts. Thleo trashelet cestire Sultolk, hred iee.tlsm \lind : aesedtriet tfelthed e .l57 10.
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS,—NOWRA. WEDNESDAY, 4TH JULY. (Before the same Bench.) [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
- COURT OF P5ETTY SESSIONS,--SOWRAi TVWEDNESDAY, 4TII JULY. (Before thle sameno Bench.) 'Pder MIDonnall was cliharged by thle District Constable with being ldruok oi Saturday. As tills was the first charge against him he got off wvith a fine of 5s. and a caution. Smith v. Stapleton-For using insulting and provocatinglanguage. Itnot taking place on the highway, case dismisscd. Thorburn v. Golliaghar-- For assault, which originlated out oftle right of way of road. Case dismissed. SSmith v. Alollit-For illegally detaining a promis sory note. ])efendant ordered to give upi the note, and pay 5s. (it. costs. SMI'Kentyre v. Cole andil Connolly, two boys lIor beitng illegally is tile dwelliing-honse of plaintiff during his labsence, Th'h plaintiff'. Was hOt dveic •nnxious to pl'ess the case, but to act as a caution. The Bench gave the two boys a good reprimand, and ordlered them toopsy the costs, 7s. Gd. lIrs. M. Do Mcstre v. Kelley, under the T''caentct SAct-For .overlhohlling certain prem...
LABOR MARKET. Spencer Ashlin reports [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
: .L:?on I.MARKET.r SSpencerAshllin reports : Owin, to the general stananntion in tade, the nusimess lanssno in tishimnsrket in of a limitedl caracter, acertain potion of the laboring clans?es decline olgag ing, eqeptt far short periods, anticipating letter denmand.in the spring thlrongh thi Snowy liver diggings. \nagef nre about the sameo eti..will bo"neen by the qnuotatioin below, with .board an.d lodgrh:--MIarried couplen, S£50 to £60; farngi n men nd iongi'nen, £30 to £36; u-heiherds, £25 to' £30; lhuteepers, £25 to £28 ; black ,smithn, £65 to £80; carpenters, i0 to £15; cooks and Swaiters, £10 to £70; lemir~ ?a?ui t c j, £"t tno .'l)n ; grooms and girdenolrs,i :5 to £9;O Sydney, Ott. Joly. /L
COURT OF REQUESTS, NOWRA. WEDNESDAY, 4TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
COUIRT OF IREQUIESTS, NOWYRA. WVEDNEODAY, TII JULY. (Bofore the Mayor, IK. ?PKenzie, A. Do Mcstro,. and James Aldcorn, Esqrs., J.P.s) 'ldKenzio v. Flyn --.211s., an overcbarge, whic?L is not usual for nuctioneers to make. The dcfendatnt made a very poor dcfenco, with the exception-of nmuch noise, importinence, andt albuse, which ended in a great deal of harm to'himself, and I havd no doubt will open thie eyes of tihe magistrates granting auctioneers' licenses for the futuro who is lit or not for such capacity. - Verdict Ibr plaintiff and costs. RIichards v. tIawker--£8 5s., amount of pro:ni'le sory note. Settled out of Cort, Sllinglanndv. Dartlott-£5 2s., balanco of promis sorynote. Nodfocnc filcd. Verdict for plaintiff, and ccs's. Casey v. Ilamilton--£2, promissory note. No appcaranc by defendant. Verdict for plaintiff, and costs. Camcron v. Robertson--£5 damages for trespass of bull. Arranged that the bull was to be done naway with, and defendant to pay the costs. Flavel v. Worth-...