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THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. ANOTHER BATTLE AT WAITARA. TWENTY-NINE BRITISH KILLED, AND THIRTY-THREE WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860

THIE WAl IN NEW ZEALAND. SANOT'HER BATTLE AT WAITARA. TWENTY-NINE BRITISH KILLED, AND THIRTY-THREE WOUNDED. THE. Prince Alfred, which arrived from New Zealand this morning, at -1 o'clock, brinds tidings of another conflict havingtttken place at Waitara, resulting in defeat to the British arms, and in serious loss. The following is from the correspondence of the Nelson Exzaminer-: Taranaki, Saturday, June 23. Firing of big guns at Waitara has been heard this.afternoon, and some reports say of small arms also. No steps have been taken to com •mutiioate. The weather is unfit for the steamer and the road is never traversed now beyond Bell Block. Tuesday, June 26. From Saturday till to-day the weather has not allowed the steamer to come out of Waitara, and we have had to wait for this time before hearing the history of the firing that I men tioned above. .Now the steamer brings word 'that-a foraging party of soldiers, no great way from the camp, was fired upon by a large number of native...

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MAN TO MAN. "THE LUMP OF GOLD," BY CHARLES MACKAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860

MAN TO .J iV ".TOE LUMP OF GOLD," BY CIHARLES MACKAT. STAN'D up, man! stand! God's over all Why do you cringe to me, S Why do you bend tho knee, And creep, and fawn, and crawl ? +Stand up, man, stand ! . If I thought our English lahind Had no truo hearted poor, Tosuffer-and endure And hold themselves erect, In the light of their own respect, I'd blush that I was English born, And run away to the wilderness to Free myself from scorn. , Stand up, man, stand. God made ns all l The wind transcends the froth The living skin, the cloth Both rich and poor are smatll. ;,Stand up, man, standl ! ireo heart, free tongue, free hand, lFirm foot upon the sod, And eyes that fear but God Whate'er your state or name, Let these prefer your clahim ! If there be anything you want Speak up ! we may respect a char!, But we hate a sycophant.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860

CO3iMERCIAL? INTELLIGENCE. Tt it. 11. lHeraltd of..Skturday lust reports as . tinder [Unlessotherwiseexlpressed, the prihes quoted in this nrt?lde are tho'e ini transactions between the producer and the first purchaser.)] Foiner. remains at £25 for fin-, and £23 for second quality, per ton of 2000 lbs. IVhent, OSs Gd to Os per bushel. lran, Is 3d per bushel. . Bread. cd per 2-.1h. loft. "l?seoit.-Mr. Wilkie's qu tations: cabin 8s,. navy I7s, per 100 lbs. SIr. llHamilton: nvy 20s, cabin 30s, per 100 lbs. 12.ttchers' reat -'leef, li d to 21d, mutton 2d to 3.1, pork 4jd to ,Sd, veal 56d to Gd per lb. Lamb Gd per quartot. ul'eultry and D)airy Produce.-Fowls 3s to 3s 6d, ducks 4s to 4s Gd, geese 8S to 10s, turkeys Gs to 12s, pigeons Is dd to 2s, wild (lducks 3s 6d to 4s Gtl, teal 2s to 2s Gd per couple "loasting pi.s, 4s to Gs each hotter Is to is 3d, ehetso lid to 7d, bacon Gdi to 7d, lard fid to 7d per lbt. Egs Is to Is .1d per dozen. Vegetuab:es.-Potatoes £7 to £10. onioas"£26 to"£25,...

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PRODUCE AND STOCK CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860

PRODUCE AND STOCK CIRCULAR. Flour.-This very impiortant article remains without a'teratio ; we have sold during the week chiefly small parcels, a considerable quantity of fine, country, Laun ceston, and other brands. at £22 to £23 per ton. Wheat.- Prime samples are worth 9os Cd to 10os per bushel, at which prices we hove placed a few lots. Bran and Pollard are still in good demand, and sell readily at la 3d per bushel lbo, the tbrmer, and Is 4d per bushel the litter. Maize is firm at 8s 2d t, 3as 3d per bushel, at which trices we havesold during the week abouot 3000 bushels. the market is bare, ndl we anticipate an advance for samples fit for shipment. Barley.-This cereal is in fair demand, both for malt ing andsced, and is worth fron ts iGd to 4s per bl1. Oata are in good demand far seed, and worth from Miessrs. Pritehard and Williams report: Flour is firm at last reek's quotations beinge-Fine, £25, secondl iality £23 per ton of 200)a ils. tMaize.-Priie suamples fit for shipment, m...

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A CEYLON JUGGLER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860

A CEYLON J=17 tiLER.-As this was one of the idle seasons of the year, during which labor is suspended while waiting for the rains of the monsoon, ere recommencing the sowing of rice; tlhieKnndyans were lounging about their villages or gathered in groups by the road-ide, engaged in listless and sedantary amusements. In one place a crowd was collected to watch the fe:,,s of .ajuggler, who, to our suotprise, eommeve, d his peffotmntice by jumping up on to a pule, and placing lIis feet upon a cross bar six feet from the ground. On this he coursed aloug by pro digious leaps, and retutiing to the audiences steadied himself on his perch, and .then opened his exhibition. This consisted of endless efforts of legerdemain; antcliing.pehbles thriov,i up to him by his confederanie baelyw, swhich, upon open ing his closed hand, flew away as birds ; break'n ; ea egg-shell and alloWvig a small serpent to escape front it j and keeping a series of hrts balls in motion by striking themn, with his elbo...

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HORSE MARKET. Messrs. Burt and Co. report [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860

IIORSSE ?.?RKET. Messrs. BUrt and Co. report Rlather more nanimation in the horse market, Fresh ooung horses hov'e booen sold rendily and well during the Sweek, particularly weight cerriers and harness horses. A lot of ten from \ollongong on Wednesdav (fall harness 'horses) went from £ 15 to £.0 each. Seven hackney on Friday. averaged £30, in Inding two cobls frem Kintn, et £21; nt, £30. We aoe alsowlisposed of th ecoaching S tallion Dulcimer, for £dX20, and a' cart stallion for .70. MIr. C. IMartyn reports: Tho amount of business done in thse horse market sirnce last report hadicen very limited, owing to the txt'remo saercity of good tors s-sin fat it has never at anuy preo. vious timo been 'noawn to be so haoe of them as at present. Ionquiries wr strong servircoable a nimals con tinue to be nsumerontmistd saldes have boeen rendily eft'esed of such nas were oter?'r For all othler desbrisdious of stork thelre in searcely o tsy denmdseslds the prices they realise are extremely loai ?...

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ESSAY ON MAN, REASON, AND REVELATION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860

ESSAYI ON MAA .RA,' OA AND I REV?. .l ATON. Adouo rv-it s'an thm th Inoapsbit of. attilning iplorituas cnnosledge of Itsulf, yet uset?'atio' that aely oteottitt for slhow ng the nerevsityyof on reelation.:, Whittais tael.ttmo ought' to h?a Th DIblt shown to be su-h, and Its catms to be so regarded Conclus0o.. ' Since man bliy ntaro canot asavron atttaint, Is i'oesons use thlien altogether vain I Is thdtie no purpose its ordained to till Ileyond restrainig of a wayward will 7 ;Yea, truly ! Reason t~hus so freelygivet.. Will point the road, though not conduot to Ite.i'on For toutigh it cannot of istelf pourtraty,. Thile great Jehovah, or his thouahts surveYt I .'Twill lead the soul to contemplate in love, That, there oxists a God who reigns above;. Aid from the 0n0logy of his laws compare Our Ioeaienly FIathes uonromitting care " O'er Ill bli works, and hence for man conclude, That hie who cenrth for the sparrows brood, For man himselft, provides from day to day Food to support his te...

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LABOR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860

LABOR MA1r1L1 f Sponccr AahIin reoprts We Have a mod1erato Thnii,,I for --incrcnnti and f~amilhua Suitable for scepherMiii. buti) na orttof hettl alipply ofeinioronts i al loi-ojoo s+ iw " 6; Wt1' , advised by the last mail tmay be expected hero next month. ntges. ire withont change, nas will be soon by quota tions below: With board and lodinhL:-Married couples £50 to £60; sing?o plouhmetn, £S0 to £76: farm laborers, £28 to £32; arooms antd gardenlers, £:35 to £?0; hush men and rough enrpenters, £40 to £45; single shelpherds, £25 to £0;,' 1shelherding finmilies, £50 to £70; black smiths nod wheelwr ght, £i5 to £80; men cooks nnd waitors, £40 to £0 ;- female servants, £20 to £70. Sydney, 13th July. IMessero. Hlaigh and Brown report BlnsineOss in this market is dull, not much demand for labor, andt n indiflerent supmiply. The enmigrnt ship Tudor sailed in the early pamrt ot lMay, and is expecetedl to arrive shortlv. There is disinclination on tihe part tof the tnboring classes to entl...

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ADELAIDE. Thursday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860

21 lnradny .4 'puny . 'Owihie to thl report.ld arrival of the. IHin distann fronm {ulitornt, "hliehat hab receded in `prime to 7s.2dr1 Sis expected, tlihe ;ITivilmih (s.) will be temnp pnrrily engageut fur thi King George's Sound service: 1rhlday, G p.in. The second rdading of the Ueal Property Aot nAmendment Bill of 'torrous carried. after a brisk debate. SThe cargo of teas, ex Concurrent, was sold.by auction to-day. Congous-chests, £8 2s.,Od, to £9 5s.; half-chest, £3 15s Gd. to £5 7sa.: six-catty boxes, .£1 Os. Gd. to £1l 10s. 6d.., young hyson, boxes, 40s. Fineo salt, £9 7s .6d., Flour and wheat marketsinactive.

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MELBOURNE. Friday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860

MELBOURNE. rFriday, 7Tp.m. As soott As the Viotoritt arrives, %she will be dispatched to Newv Z.almadr , vi'lth Majrr-Gene ral Pratt nid Cuilorrel ihsin, and as many of the: 40th Regiment as iho , sun.carry; tilh re-i mainder willtouhllw'in a chartered fsteamor..,, Mujor-General Pratt' goesn to ikhe` ceititiand of the forces A bill t , incr naso the v? hintter frce will te irought in by the Gorertunent nh'Iuenday,'. The Land :Bill :.will puss tid Assemhbly this evening i'estored to nearly its fourmier aihape..

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.] PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.' [ADZrWDOED rOe THnE CIERALD AND EMIrIRE.3 PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVAL S. July 11. ITI.AWAnR.. (.), 203 tone, Captain Hounlar, from Me rimbula, Twofold Bavy,'on the I Ith instant. July 14. Yarrn Yarr (..), 5o tons, Captain ,ell, from Ih'i+ lne 11th instant. P'aseeng?rs-Mr. Smith, Mr. Jar liens, ?hir. Muoro, and 8 ii the steerage. A.S.N. Co., Agents thunter (s.), 24- tons, Captain Sullivan from the Clyde River. Pas.en.ger - Ir. Morton, Messnrs. Weright, Lanelerh, aund I in the steerage. E. Manning, agent.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860

NOTICE. TO ADVERTISERS. SWE beg to inform our advertising friefids, that T we intend in future to render our ADVERTISING ACCOUNTS MONTHLY, and that advertisements 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, Kiama. Contracts made for Advertising, by the month or quar ter, on very reasonable terms. Mr. Conessbus LeeoATT has been appointed Collector or the K[AuA' EXAisER. and is authorised to receive any sums due to the proprietors of that Journal. ILLAWARRA S. NAVIGATION COMIPANY TIME TABLE. BETWEEN SYDNEY AND KIAMA. Fano SYDNEY; On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, direct, at 11 p.m. FnoMx KIAMA:- ' Every Monday and Friday; at 9 n.?m;r nd on Tuesdays * and Thursdays* at12 ...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860

COASTFRS lNWARD?. Junet. for Shonlloaven; Wo\opecker, for Maornva River: -Traveller, Wanderer, and Imnuatry, for tdo Iaiwkeslhiir'. SJuly 14. TIlairnrria ( ), from Wollongong; Kiama (a ), from W uolloigonig.

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CLERANCES. July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860

c cA NC V. Jull- 14. Ellon, schloonier. 56 tiiii; Captiiin Nichlolsot. for ''w'o folhl Raiy ITuclo Torn, schoioner, f5O tons, Cpinion Lakin, fq~r lhr'oltioe ;Wonwo 1Puno (a ), 700 toiio, Gliptail ~~1'le~r, ror 01ll ohrlli.

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. Friday, 6.15 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860

-TIELEGIIAPIIIO INTELLIGENCI, .(Asr?ae, rto05 TOE HIEALD. ANn EIMFIL.) NEWCASTLE. Friday, 6"15 pm, Tnann are two moo wreclts reported to-day one, the Frede'rick Grilithh. Schooner, parted froe lier nhclicrs last night, and is now about eight miles away, on the North Shore Beach, a total Wredk; also a barqiue, name unknown, be tween here and Port.Stephens, just reported by the Water Police. The ketch reported yester day is the Agnes. The Herculean schooner, was towed in this morning by the steamer, not greatly damaged. Opposito to whore the harque lies some casks and dishes arid pannikines were picked up by the water police. Plenty of wood floating about, hit no"bodies as yet been futnd. 1 The IHarbnr Mlaster intends pireceeditl, to the the wreeks the first thing in the.morning.

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FRIDAY, 13TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860

Fmin.Y, 13rn.Juthw 'l'ime Court opened at 10 o'cock. . " Ir.EOALtLY. IILIINO AN O. Joselph Smith, William: Smith,' .iil s 'rhii?as" Hampton, were separnlely and Conjointlyindlicted for thbit they at Shoslhitvinn onr the 20th day" of April, did feloniously- kill one ok the property of William hMagrath-- .: .. ; ; .. The prisonsers were defended by Mr Bilalce, ttor ney Mr. Rogers. I r ' . r The case wise 'triad beftra th 1udmwming jury: Mr. J. Marshall, foremin' itn, John Mnitilig; Jolihn Lovelt, George Lindsay, sin.,' Goeor MPiiul. Bet jamin Marshall, Sandy MeGrnry, Thomas Mliher,; John M?sgrave, Alexander McKenkie, S ::D. Lott, William Latint'r. v . "', The Crown Prosecutor havisg st the case called Joseph Knight, wiho ileowsed 'a fil'o?e: I remember being at Shlionlhaven on theo 20th April. On that dclay I was going to?nards the river withi a message, when I saw a bullock lying: at somine dis tance off tht road. The bullock wasndead; it was shot eust above the near eye; I kriew the...

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ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860

ACCIe:NT.-A young man named lHenry, in whose family three deaths by accidents and other. wise, have lately taken place, met with a serious accident yesterday morning while fencing at Cap. tain Charles' farm. The adzo slipt off a rail that he was dressing, and inflicted a fearful wound on his leg. Dr. Charles was sent for to seeo him, but we have not since heard how he is. A Mrs?rHA.-As Mr. Blake, Mr. Moymott, and M?essrs. P. and RIt. II. Owen were on their way from Wollongong to attend the sitting of the District Court in this town, they met with an accident which might have been attended with more serious effects, than fortunately resulted from it. Thei gentlemen, it seems, were in a spring cart hired for the trip, and left Wollongong in good trim, and confident of a successeflprosocurtion of the journey. On thl way however, one of the shafts began to manifest a departuro from the proper line of its position, an. occasioned some remark from the travellers, the positive asseveration...

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KIAMA DISTRICT COURT. Before H. Cary, Esq., District Judge. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860

KAIAMA DISTRICT COURT. Before II. Cary, Elq., District Judge. lre Iroson Judge Cary opened this Court on Mon day morning, at 10 o'clock. Tihe harristers present were Messrs. Blake. Mey. matt, and Forbes. Attorneys-Messrs. Waring, Owen, Rogers, andtRichards. Kemp v. Rouse.-T''his was an adjourned case front last sittings, arising out of disputed accounts. His Honor suggested that it might with advantage he referred to arbitration, and the parties acting upon that advice, named Mr. Meymott as arbitra tor. For the plaintiff, Mr. Forbes and Mr. Richards. For defendant, MAr. Blake and Mr. Rogers. William Elyard v. Patteson.-'ro recover £21 Is 3d., ninue months rent. Forbes and Richards for thie plaintiff. ])efendant did not appear. Alfred Elyard stated : I am brother and ageot to plaintilf. I let the land, 38 acres 2 r inds 32 perches, to defendant. He held it under a memo. for a lease, and paid rent. It was let from Ist May, 1857, for five years. I claimn rent up to February 1880. Defen...

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WOLLONGONG QUARTER SESSIONS. THURSDAY, 12TH JULY. Before H. Cary, Esq., District Judge. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860

fOLLONGONOG QUARITER SESSIONS. S THURSDAY, 12T1'r JULY. FROMF Tot ILhAWARRA MERCUR5Y J -Before' IH. Cary, Esq., District Judge. JunisE CAReY had purposed leaving Sydney by siteriher, on Tuesday evening, but owing to the state of the weather, no steamer left at, that time ; and although there a as one advertised to leave on Wednesday evening, it was doubtful for the above reason; therefore he thought it better to come overland. He reached Appiu on Wednesday night arid left on Thursday morning, accompanied by Mr. Forbes, the Crown Prosecutor, and arrived here between twelve and one o'clock, immediately after.which ithe Court was opened. The barristers present heing Mr. Forbes, the Crown Prosecutor; Mr. Blake and Mr. Meymot.. Attorneys-Mr. Owen and Mr. lRogers. K jury having been impnnelled, with It. Mar shall. J.P, as foreman.-Johri Smith was placed Sin the-do'dko.and-indicted with.,having.forgedtwo proinisrry notes, arid uttering tihe samoe to James Law, Jrnberor, innkeeper. lIe plea...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. ULLADULLA. July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. tFarot Oun conuesPoatDtutts.3 SULLADULIA. July 11. De.ukoisa SoctTY.-The usual monthly meet inn of this society was held on the 3rd instant. There were a good many prostlnt. Mr. R. Seccombe, J.P., was to read an Essay, but dlid not attend. therefore there was no essay. A debate was opened by Mr.D. 0. Simpson.-".Wouhl it be beneficial to the colony if each district adopted the benefits of the Municipalities. Acl ?" Mr. Simpson said it would; and went a long way back in the history of Englard to show that mnimcipal institutions have been the means of raising that kingdom to its present enlightened position. Mr. W. Marks nergted in opprsition. He was opposed to munici pnlities for n any reasons; but would like to see in theirstead toll-ars ; by this means, he said that those who usoel the roads most would be compelled to pay most towards keeping them in order. Several gentlemen ca pressed their views on each side of the mluestion; and on its being put from the ch...

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