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SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. NUMBA, TUESDAY, 3RD JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
SIIOALIIAVEN. COURT ,OF PETTY SESSIONS. NxuLoA TUEsDAY, BoD JUrrY. T.umEn being only one magistrate present, thlo business for to-day was postponed to lowra Court to-morrowv The Coroner, T. V. Richards, Esq., accompanied by the District Constable, is gone to-day to hold an inquest at Wollomia, on the body of Mr. P. Smith, who was found dead~in a drain with but little water in it. 'lhe deceased was subject to fits aftcr intem perate drinking, and it is supposed that heo must have fillen, whilst in one of these fits, into the drain and was smothssred. The jury, from the evidence adduced, took this view of it, and returned their verdict accordingly.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
;;S/ILImPPING INTELLIGENCE. :c: * ;- PORT OF SYDNEY. .ARRIlvUS. .' July .7. DA ssUss, ship, lo00 tons, Cnalptlin Murray; frim Ilvmoidith' 5ith April. Passanscr.--Saloon: Ciiptain It. -Hill, Mrs. Hill. chilil I?d scrvol>t, Mr. inul Mrs. David "on,-Misses Cook (2), Miss Ilillyirud, Mii. Ililhardis., Miss Havton, Misses Vallacks (2), Mfr. Owen, Mr. Itltf, Mr. Bilthord, Mr. Loevi, Dr. Vullack, Mrs. niul Moaster Murlay. IIItermediate: SIr. ianil Mrs. GreIUlar.d, Messrs. .Fraecr, llimipdenll, Warenl, ald Chaslce. - Julv 8. Salsette, P. & O. Co. It.M. steamnslip, 960 tons, Cap t'ain II. Metlien, fiom Suez Mav 27; Adiln, Tune 2: GUlle, .neo II; iing Oeorsge's Sonidl, Juiino 2S; bnli aroo'[slnll, July 4; lud Melhourne, 6thll instiut. Pas n,"cers-Mrh. Dovne, Captaiii Armitaige, .lIr. aiidl Mrs. \Vtsou, Mr. Ci ven>ev, Mr. Sauinnil Dickinson,,Mr. Julius lliuls, Lieutniiuiit Cliristio (80tl Regiment), Captain IE. L. Ulhir, Mi. lytrne, Mrs. Fitzgilbbon mld 3 chililren, Mrs. Cloete, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
NOTICE. TO ADVERTISERS. WE beg to inform our advertising friends, that vwe intend in future to render our SADVERTISING ACCOUNTS MIONTHLY, and that advertisements from non-subscribers, must in all eases 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 thieir supporters Willho fiar aid the proprietors in their undertaking. The Examiner may be had at Mr. Dixoei's, Central Store, Kiama. Contraets modo for Advertisig, by tlie month oroqur, ter, on very reasonable terms. Mr. Consuses LeasdA.Lr 1ha heen appointed Collector or the KIA.A ExAlt.a', -, -.is authloslC to receive any' sums due to the proprietors of that Journal. ILLAWARRA S. NAVIGATION COMPANY TIAIE TABLE. "BETWEEN KIAMA AND SYDNEY. . Fnont SYDNEY:- On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, at 11 p.m. Fnoas KoAxA:- - Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and TFridy., CAL: .: LING DAYs AT S?IEL...
COASTERS INWARDS. July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
-COASTORS INWARDS. Jnly G. S Nowrn, from Wollongong, witlh 5S tons coal; Evas, from Slododhnleln, sith 4j- bags maize, 19 kegs butter, 4•J hides, 5 boxes eggs, 40 solepskins; Nomba, firom liroulee,rith os7 taons potatoes, 82 bnags wheat. .JuJ'ly 7. Agnes, fc from Tertigoal; .Jallet, from Shoalhavcn; Titain, from lrollee : William :nod Ann, from Wollon :goog"; Prospector, Irom Uielnlnhmi.
SHELLHARBOR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 3RD JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
,s8IERJ4 AllBO NIJrt ICIPAL CO fYcfL: TUESiAY, ,31. JiULY. TH-E.Itanicipal Council moi this day. ". Present-lThe full Council. Minutes of previous. meeting road and confirmed. COIIRESPOUDENCE, A letter was road from the Itunicipal Council, Shoalhaven, requcesting information as to when anid whero the meeting of delegactes to considcr the rrequired amendments to the Municipalities Act should take place, and if one or 'more delegactea were to be expectedtl from each Council, antld how the voting was to be conducted. The Council Clerk instructed in replyto the above to state that it was decided that the meeti6g take place at Iiiama, on the second day of Augush next, at 12 o'clock, and that two Councillors as delegates would be expected from each Council, the mode of votieg t9 be arranged upon the day of meeting. Also received a communication from the Council, Albury, requesting no-operation in an endeavor to lhave an icte pasied lor the destruction of the Bauthurst Burr. Also, a letter...
JAMBEROO. July 4th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
JAMB~tnlOG.; July.4th, 1860. Tol: Totl A?bstinenco Society which was originatedl by thoe Roev. MIr. Mackin, and which had beconme nearly extinct'has again-revived under the anspicos of the Roy. lMr. Kinross, who delivered his first lecture on the sunbject to tlhe Jamberooites on last Tuesday- evening in ,the Presbyterian Churoch. There was a pretty.largo attendance present, which augurud wellifor the interest.hey felt in the cause. The subject, which wao hnndled with a view not to compel or denounce any one for not putting ,their names down, but was addressed.in a clear, argu inentativo nld sometimes forcible languago,:to ,the thinkiing facultics of his.hearers. IIe procecede to oshow the allowableness, lawfulnceas, nad duty of every one to join the Abstinnc Cnause--ifnot for themselves.for the sake of others. Thn common arguments which are generally brought forward against temperance; the unnecessary use of parties who are not drunkards, or who hardly over use spirits, becoming Tot...
GALLE. 11th June. TOTAL WRECK OF THE MALABAR. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
GALLE. - "11th June. TOTAL WRECK OF-TFIE MALABAR. -On the 22nd Bay, the MIalabar, Captain Grainger, from Bomnbay to China, within half an hour of starting, with Lord Elgin, Baron Gros, and staff, and passengers all on board; no lives lost; part of the mail lost; 100 boxes of specie value £300,000, sunk in the wreck, the des patches all saved-remnains a total wreck in Gallo harb,-. !:The stern lmoorings parted in a heavy squall, when she swting and struck on a sunlken rock, and then steamed on to soft sand to prCveut her sinkling in deep water.
HONGKONG. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
tHONGKONG. Maty 23.-Very little news ofT'mportance. No further military preparations are .con to?miplated this year. Lord-Elgin and Baron Gros had arrived. The Island of Chusan has been placed in charge of an allied commissio,. Markets dull. Business depressed. Canton still more unsettlcld, owing to the success of the insurgents. Mr. M'Cau, a European, in the Chinese Cus tomn, has been murdered hy tle Chinese.
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. FOX GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
.DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. •.RtOM OUIt CORnESP ONDEuTS.] FOX GROUND. FlIE wetilhCer this .sqelk is beautiful; il it only con tinues lesiort time longer there will be little .doubt. of an early spring, which is much wanted, as cattle are beginning to sufter for want of feed, owing to tile' heavy floods in the early part of the season, anl the destructive rava.ges of thel caterpillar. Influenza is fust disappearing, owing in a greaet measure to the mild inlluence of the weather, which, I trust,.will soon banish all traces of. so unwelcome a vis:tation from our district. Our roads, owing to the dry weather and the un ccnasingexertions of our alderman, are getting in somewhat better order. I am glad to see by your late publication that- tenders are invited for some portion further ons€he Broughton Creek road; this will be a great benefit, not only to the people, of Broughton Creek, but to the public geneially, as most of this line now embraces the main road to Shonalhaven. Our anlderman is...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
CDIMMERCIAL: Bank rates reduced to 44 per cent. Money market easy. Colonial securities declining. The Three per Cents., 94} to ; ditto for account 94; to - ; ditto reduced, 93 to 93g. Tlhe Stock Market is still falling, owing to Garibaldi's expedition to Sicily. Exports to tile colonies continue limited. .To IMelbourne and Geelong twelve vessels cleared. Soft goods, gunpowder, butter, and tobacco heavy;.other goods light. To Sydney cighlt vessels cleared; cargoes light. Adelaide, four vessels cleared. Tallow lower. Wool declined, in May sales id. to 1ld. Hides stenly. Cocoanut oil full prices. Fifteen vessels loading for Port Philip in Londlone; eight ditto'for SySsdney? eight ditto Adelaide. A panic on tlhe* Paris Bourse. Our Stock Exchange dull and heavy. Since thie arrival of gloomy inesrs from' Austra lia, colonial stocks and shares haive .been de pressed, and unosaleable.. Victorian Debentures have sunk 107t to 106 and 105i. New Soutl Wales, 98 to 100. South Austrilian..i108s t...
DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
DIsrtRCor CounT.-The following is the list of canouses set ldown for trial at thie sitling of this Coulrt on MIonday next, the 10th instant:-Elyard v. Patterson, Adams v. Cooper; Do Mcstro v. Graham, Mididlecton and wife.v. Mollilt, Price v. Armstrong, Kellar nod andther v. Berry, Hinidmarsh and an-. othler v. Iti:una ~unicipal Council, Underwood v. Berry. Ari, 11 v. Cook, \Vllite v..Burless, Wilson v. Cihalpns?, l'uller and Waldron v. Bridge, same v. Suffdilh, s.noi'v. same, samen v. ilurlihy, same v. Bridge. sawie v. Murplly, same v. Humphrics, Black v. Booth, Bracegirile v. lrown, Allen v. Gay, Irving v. Brlown, same v. Spinks, same v. Maloiy, sameo v. Feclhan. There is also an adjournedl case of'Kemp v. Rouase, It is not unlikely that the Court will sit in the new court-lhouse, t?he large room beirg.so far finishedl that, when the windows arc in, it will bie very comfortable and far more commotdious than thel present one. Sutors will do well to'be earlyain attenildance as Judge ...
WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1860. THE SQUATTING ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
.?EDNESDAY, JULY 1, 18GO. -THE SQUATTING ACT. IN our last, we gave a summary of the pro visions.of the proposed.Land Bill, ire purpose: now to do the same for the two other Bills introduced by Government, .viz.: "The Bill for regulating the Occupation of Crown Lands," and "The Bill to amend -the Consti tution of the LegislativeAssembly." We shall first take up thsformer.of these-that regulat ing the occupation of Crbwn lands, or in other words, that for regulating the system of squatting. It commences with the :interpretation of-the technicalterms used, explaining what is meant thie terms, first settled, second settled, and un settled districts, old runs, and new runs, whlich differ in respect to the time when.leased before or after thIe 22nd February, 1858, and so on. It provides that all existing leases shall not be renewed, but may be converted into lea , under the provisions of this Act. No Govern ment surveyor or other officer shall be pre vented by the lessee from entering on ...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
SENaGISoH EXTRAC oTS, $-~ - PROPOSED VISIT OF TitE PRINCE O WALES To NEW YORtK.-Thd New 'York icral, ratd verting to the visit of the Prince of Wales to Canada, suggests that his Royal Highness should be invited to take a turn through the United States. It says :--If tile Prince will comne amongst us, we shall show him tlhat, re publicans though we are, we can still give him a cordial and hearty welcome. What. we may lack in appreciation of his personal rank we slhall make up for inll our desire to do honor to the future ruler of a great nation, and to the son of a Qucec whose purity of character and moral firnmcss have enabled her to resist the tempta tins of a dangerous position. If lhe is a young manl of good sense, tile sincerity of the recep tionl thus accorded to him will prove infinitely more grateful than the vicatls of a population whose loyalty is, at best, only spasmodic. But it is not at all certain that we shall have an op portunity of exchanging courtesies with Queen V...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
HOLLOWA"'s Pisc.s are decidedly the best remedy for all disorders of tile stomach and ow-v els, the liver and kideys. They act with so de cided an effect, and yet so gently, that people of tile most delicate consititutions may talte them with thie most perfect con'fidence. They do not contain a single grain of mercury or other nor ious substance, being composel exclusively of rare balsams. They are, therefore, equally safe and eflicacious; and as a family medicine, nothing yet invented or discovered can be compared wib them for a moment. With these inestimable pills at land, together with theI printed directions afllixcd to each bIox, no other meIical advice or assis tance can be .needed in any ordinary case of sick ness. - Tire E1?mrcnon or Trel FaiaNcIm.-Private letters tlhat have reachedl Sydney by thIe mail state theatthe Emnperor's'health is fast failing. Termu: Advcrtieing.-Four lines nnd under......... 2 0 . Six ....................... 2 6 Eight ..................... 3 0 ,, E...
[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVAL OF THE SALSETTE AT NEPEAN BAY. Adelaide, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 July 1860
[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPHI ] .ARRIVAL .OF TIIE SA LSET T.E AT NEPEAN -BAY. FiRoM T?iE .nttAILLD's ADnEAIDE cT ~ritEOAPUIC * -CORRtESPONDENT.J : i: •:conlris~onNro:3 ,.:]: . . Adelaide, Wedneseday. TiE i,.. ?il 0,..$. S.alsette, Captain Methven, arrived- inNapean Bay.at four.a.m., and sailed at six a.m. Passengers : for Melhourne--, Messrs. 3J. Rae, Brown, J.J~eid. Butterwortlh, Chapman,.F. B. White, 11. B. Gibbs, W. MIille,! MI'Donald, -Lioutenant and Mrs.:Swanston, Mr. and MIrs. White, Mr. and Mrs. Heap, Mir...and Mrs. M'Pherson, and Mr. G. J. Dickinson. For Sydney--Captain Williams Itlh Regi ment, lMessrs. Tobias, J. Mlaylor, Fitz Gibbon, Piper, J. G. Whittey, EDoyne; Coveney, Sanuel, Dickson, Julias, Bass, Captein Armiltage,-Tieu tenant ~Chrivie, £80th Regimen4,Captain E. R., Blair, MIrs. Fitzgibben arid three .children, Mr. Cloten, Mr. and Mrs. Walton. and Mr. Cioss? Thie Stlsette's lates are-Suez, 27th May Aden, 2nd Junei Galle, 11th I.une,; King George's Sound, 28thlJuoe. Sir Cha...
LAW. SUPREME COURT—TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860
LAW. SUPtl,?ME COURT-TUEoSAY . BEFOQRE his Honor the Primary Judge. IN EQUITY. cor, r,rs v. BLACK AND ANcOTHER. His Honor delivered judgment in this case as follows: In November, 1837, Mr. Westmacott obtained two grants, from the Crown, of land at Illawarra, the one called Brennan's grant and the other Elliot's grant, containing according to the grants by admeasurements the former 60 and the latter 50 acres, more or less. They both abut on the sea coast, and the latter contains a reser vation, ns it is called, of all land within a 100 feet of hid;h water mark. The lands comprised in these grants became vested in the defendant's (lBrennan's) grant by a conveyance from Mr. Wedderburn, dated in October, 1847, but how the other became vested in them does not appear. In the conveyance to the defendants of Bren nan's grant, the eastern boundary is stated to be the coast, and there is no doubt but that as to both the grants defendants occupied the land up to the sea. The defenlants being s...
THE FIRST LAND SALE AT THE KIANDRA GOLD-FIELD [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860
TuE FIRST L.AND SALE AT TIE KIIANDI.RA GOLD-FIELD,-The first sale of Crown Lands connected with the opening up the Snowy River District took place at Russell's (Denison), on Wednesday and Thursday, the 27th and 28th ultimo, G. OM1. Clarke, Esq., P.3f. acting as auctioneer. The attendance was numerous, and the bidding very spirited. The total area sub mitted was about 27 acres, and the amount realised £1553, or an average of about £57 10s. per acre. The upset price was £8 per acre.- Correspondent Goulburn Chronicle. Ptrctous STONES IN TIlE RouonII.-A Lon don paper says the reason so few precious stones have been found in our gold diggings is, that our diggers have tio notion of the precions stones in the rough. " If you will spend a couple of hours in the Geological Museum, in Jermyn-street (which will not cost you an} thing), and see the collection of precious stones in the rough ex hibited there, you will not be surprised that they should b. overlooked."