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TO OUR ADVERTISING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860
f.TO OUR ADY1ERTISING FRIENDS. Adveti,'oers ior particularly ro'uetttood to oood in their t'..ooo by the po~rttot~l hooror4a o'cocok onthe eoooing poo'eedtI tho day of pithtfrottnt. wanot ofra cationto to this. occaions oe dotty aod tnoooveotoooo than they may Imoogine. 'TO CO~tRtflMONDENTS. IttIo paoticulooly o,'questedthatltotto or t~he Eroino' mooy be otddo'oo.O to the Edtitor, only, (wtithout munoi~tionig any ooooo) inooohe to pooevnt oofuotoo. All roomooooiotioaooitototod b ottttine must be aothtntt sated by the natooood odttoostof tim witer-aot otoooooootly for pobllooettoo, bou t as it gonroteeof good faitlo. Vootoonot unlertateoto returnotriected oommoooiootionoo. Adoertisers toot reqeteotlo to tot patiotooltr to mtokiong the. otootor of insertionson ea o aot e t~iseoo enoot, otthortwto theoy will be Iooootodattohoaootedttor till oountertotontOA. Ordersioo woittodotoot oyt'teirotinn. roustt ito ooot to thet oilloo (tn owoiting) tor ooonono0 Ot thedy poior to publilotion. WED...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860
Torme: Advertising.-Four linens and under......... 2 0 Six ...... ............... 2 6 Eight ........ .......... 3 o Every additional line......... 0 3 Subscriptinn-Per qnuarter in advance ....... 8 6 At the end of the quarter ..... 9 0 Sirngle copies, each......?..... 0 6 The quarters end on the last day ofJuno,September,: December, and Moarch, respectively. . KIAMA:-Pi'rinted and published by the proprietor, WIL?IMI onv?en, of Kime, at the Examiner General Prlntleg.- lee .hoalhaven-street, Rlams, afoesaild, Wednesday, JYuly-lth 150•
MR. PERROTT, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860
iMn. Pennort', J.P.-We observe by the Gazetlle that Mr. Robert Issell Permit has beetn appointed a Clerk in the Department of the Crown Law Office s. This gentleman who has been a resident in this district for a length of time, has for the last five or six years taken an active part in the police busi nes&lt;, and has put the public under some obligation by tihe punctuality of his attendance at the Court, while the general impartiality and independence of hia dccisions have earned for him the respect of a largo number of the people. He has also held for a?t tit me the ofllces of Coronmer and llReturning Ollicer, and in these positions he has alwvoys evinced great anxiety to dischargo his duty conscientiously. Indeed, he lhas been a useful servant to thein public during the wholo of his official career, and his place, when he leaves tn, will not. be easily filled. We wish him every success in his new sphere.of action.
JAVA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860
JA VA. We have news, via Singapore, to the 25th of May. 'Tho papers state that the Lanen pirates threaten Sagain to become trounblesomer in the seas of the Archipelago. A fleet of nino large prahins lately appeared on the coast of Madura and the neighboring islands, and fears are entertained that they may have attacked the island of Bawean, which in former years repeatedly suffered from their incursions. Pirates have also shewn themselves on the coasts of Celebes and carried off some of the inhabitants. The Dutch Go vernment has despatched several steamers to look after them. The Jan Conrant gives the following particu lars regarding the haunts of these pirates, derived from statements made by persons who had been captured by them but had effected their escape. After the attack on Solok in 1851 by the Spaniards, the Sultan of that island did his utmost to abate piracy, and the pirates finding that they could no longer find shelter at Solok, formed establishments on the island Patta ...
[FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.] July 16th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860
[,ROM oun SYDNEY cOIttESPONDENT.] July 16th, 1860. 1 HAVE little news to communicate this week, anid Most of that little, I am sorry to say, is had. The last mails from New Zealand brings us news of the repulse of our forces with a heavy loss of some 60 killed and wounded, at least it appears heavy to us happening so near home, and I have no doubt that the slaughter of tens of thousands on the plains of Italy dur ing the last campaign excited less general sympathy here than the events of the past few weeks in our sister colony. The local journals in describing the fight which took place, say that the natives fought remarkably well, and being far in excess of our troops gradually forced them to retire. They blame the Com mander-in-Chief very severely for his irresolute conduct, and the probability is whether he was justified in his conduct or not, that be will be reealled. The. volunteers behaved extremily well, and have alil throughout the conflict, bheow themselves equal to any tro...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860
FUNERAL. THE Friends of THOMAS CHAPMAN, Esq. are respectfully requested to attend the FUNERAL of his late Wife, CATHERINE &nbsp; NEWAL CHAPMAN, to move from his residence THIS DAY (Wednesday) at 1 o'clock p.m. &nbsp; No circulars will be issued. GEORGE TURNER, &nbsp; Undertaker. &nbsp; &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 July 1860
SFreehold Property in Kiama, &c. .iNJR. W. IRVING is instructed by Mr. I1. 1: Ewirig, whio is about to leave this neighbor hood, to sell by auction, on the ground, Barney street, Kinma, On NEXT FRIDAY, 20th JULY, Commencing at 12 o'clock, An allotment in Barney-street, having 66 feet frontage, on which is erected a wcathor-boarded dwelling-house, and a wheolwright's and blacksmith's work sholi .. Title perfect. Lease of 22 acres at Gerringong. .ifR. 1W. [RVING will sell by auction at the il. Fermanngh lintel, Kiamn, On THURSDAY, the 26th July, At 1 o'clock, The unexp:rcd lease of 22 acres of improved land, situatto at Gerringong, and till latelo held by Mr. R. Morrow. Terms at sale. A 60 acre Farm to be Leased. T HERE is a CLEARING LEASE held by Mr. : A. Daffy, of A. Osborne, Esq., and situate at Jamhnroo, part cleared and under crop, to be dis. posel of by private bargain. For particulars, &c., aPply to WILLIAM IRVING, Auctioneer. To Sportsmen and Others. [0 he SHOT...
WRECKS OF THE BRIG PHANTOM, SCHOONERS MARGARET AND FREDERICK GRIFFITHS, AND CUTTER AGNES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 July 1860
WRECKS OP TEA BRI.G PHtANTOM, SCITOONERS MARGARET AND FREDER ICK GRIFFITHIIS, AND CUTTER A GNES. JUY 13th.--My telegram of last evening, re porting the wreck off the port of the brig Phan tom and schconer Margaret, being neccessarily somewhat hurried and brief, I now give the par t!eulars more at length, It blew a btrong gale here yesterday morning from the south-south west, and about noon several vessels, most of them driven back by' stress of weather (having cailed from here the day previous), were endeavor ing to enter the port,-there Leing at the time a heavy sea outside. The brig Phantom, Cap tain Hayward, was then working-in, and was on the starboard tack, standing towards Nobby's, wilhen the schooner Margaret, being on tite port tack, and endeavoring to go to wind ward of the brig, crossed the latter's hawse, and ttereby lost her own masts and became un tuanageable--her decks being cleared of every bhing by the c tilision. The schooner Hercu lean, in ballast, having just then...
TOM SAYERS AND THE "BULLY." [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 July 1860
Tow SAYERS AND TII '?eBULLY." - The London correspondent of the Newo York Times relates an anecdote of Tom Sayers which does equal credit to the champion's professional skill and to his kind-heartedness. Some time ago a number of people, including a navvy of gigantic: proportions and "bullying" propen sities, stood at. the bar of a public-house in Cambden Town. lie had often exiressed a desire to see Tom Sayers, whom he said he could 'kaiock.'6Uof tinie in five minutes, and while he remained in the bar, Tom Sayers stopped in a gig at tho.lpallic house, and, enter ing, ordered a glass.a-ale. The lhuge navi gator approached him, clapped him on the hack, saying, '" So, flieotbecst Saver, the cham pion-a pretty chrnmpTiihn surely,"- surveying him from head to foot: Sayers paying no attention, "D'ye hear me, I'll drink wi' thee ehampiin, I will." So he stretched his halnd towards the glass containing Sayer's untasted ale. "No! no l mny friend," said Tom, "not thlat glass if you please ? ...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 July 1860
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. (a1sslss. rlsox yn eaasAL AND ?utas.) l4 R3UNE. ''. Wednesday, 7 p.m. The Cityof Holbart is.) sailed to day for Taranaki with the 40th Regiment. The Vic toria follows in a dayor two, with Major Gen eral Pratt and his staff. The detachment is 240 strong. Captain Pashley, R. E., goes by the Victoria as a volunteer. The Government brought in a bill this even ing to increacse the volunteers from 2000 to 10,000 men.. The Land Bill comes on in the House to-. morrow.
SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS,—NUMBA. TUESDAY, JULY 17TH, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 July 1860
SHOALIIAVEN. COnURT OF PEITTY SESSIO4S,N-NU5nA. TuesDAY, JUrlY 17rs, 1860. (Before A. DoMestro and James Alidcorn, Esqrs., J.P.'s. Joseph Kitchen, alias Joe Rily, wea broughit up under custody for robbing James Alphick of s. Gd. at Ullhdulla. He was remanded till Thursday for the arrival of witnesses from Ulladulln. Mondrean v. Wnddlec.-For trespassing over the land of plaintiff. Defendant proved the right of road as laid out by the landlord, Mr. D. Berry. Case dismissed. Whieatloy v. ,'lKennon.-For the trespass of two sows, which was brought under the Imponnding Act. Plaintiff expressing hIis satisfaction withi a nominal ldamage, if the dlefundant would keep the pigs within his own boundaries. The Bench awarded 1s. damages, and 3s. Gd. costs. Mrs. Deofestre v. Aldons.-.taso under the Tone ment Act for overholding premises and land. Postponed till next.(ourt. Constaloe John Finlayson tendered his resigna. tion, as he is going to leave this colony to join his father, who has settled ...
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 July 1860
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. It wmuldl appearr *tnft the four Liverpool mer chants are not the only gentlemen in that town in. fected with a mania for ahidreSsing royanlty irert. There is a story now circnlated, that shortly hefoire the Volunteer Levee a certain V. it. captain in Liverpool wrote direct to Prince Albert, suggesting that the levee should be postponed, as the arrange mente of his particular corps were not quite com pleted. The letter created much anmaement both at Court nnd the War Oice. Colonel Phitpps, hoav. ever, wee instructed to serite a blind oeiicial reply to tire effect that, as the arrangements for, the levee hsd all been mnadc, the wishes of the captain could not be acceded to. A GuNTLErMANrS DIAnY or rIS arIe's TRarPER. -Monday: A thick tog; no seeing throulh it. Tuesday: Gloomy ansi very chilly, unseasonable weather. Wednesulay: Frosty; it times rather sharp. Thirodiy: hitter cold in tire morning, red4 sunset, with flying cloudsl, portcnrling hiarsi weather. Pri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 July 1860
Torms: Advertising.-Four lines and inder......... 2 b Six ........................ 2 6 S Eight ...................... 3 S Eeorv additional lineo......... 0 3 Subticipition--Per quarter. in advance ........ 8 6 At tile end of tihe quarter ..... 9 0 Siilre clopies, each............ 0 G Tho quarters end on tie laatday ofJuno, September, Decimitjer, and llIarchl, resplectively. K I fI A:--l'rcinte and p ebllhel by thu proprieor, WILLInI heIna, ofKitanme nL thi LaaiafinCr GeOonira'nlnttgni-on.m Fhonatnaut-streut, Ifnlna nforcsldd Saturday, July'21jlt 1860
TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 July 1860
TO THE EDITOR OF TE m?uINEIR . Smn,-Some time ago, in oer paper, I saw tllat the tenmer Rlapid msdeher lsstrip to Kiamo and Shell Iiarlior also. The freights of the Company's steamers are getting hIigher, anl will soon ho ns hligh as ever egln. The filrmers nnd other people who senld tlhelr produce to Svyd ,eav will soon find i great deal- of difference in the freiglhts. They held a meeling.horo the other day to see if Mr. Ittle would not continue the Rapid to run from Sylney. There was alsoameeting held at Slhellharbor fir thel sme plurplee. The peoloe thier san that Shell hitrtor owes its now fnouriahing state to Mfr lIalo for Ilaving introtluced steam there: and indeed, I think it does, old I hopethnt. Mr. Hale will oo~tinue to run the lapihl to Shellharbo and Kims which, I dare say, he will ver, likely d, ais the iupid wa salirays heavlly ltlteenwhen she left ?iama, and she wonld get more at Shellhatorlor, and I think that inatead of laoeing hoe wolld gainl by it. as the Itald r...
A ROMANTIC HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 July 1860
A ARlOitANTIC IISTORY. (FROn TlE nUoE NSEWS.) ToHE ease of " Wynn v. Carter " came before the Court of Queen's BecCl on the 30th of April. It was ano action to recover £200 for nmoney lent and paid, work and labor and materials provided, with interest at five per cciit., and on an oceount btated. The defendant pleaded non-indebted and payment. The following is a report of the evidence which was given on both sides: It appeared front tile staoteient of the plaintiff Eliza Wynn, of Surry-cottages, Penton-placo, 1Yalworth, tliiit about eleven years ago abe be came acquainted with the defcainant, who then resided with his uncle, a faruier, in the King's Couoty, Ireland, and where she was then a servant. She accompanied hint to Liverpool on tile understanding that as soon as he had the means hie would marry her, and there abo remained with aoiiie friends, the defendant fre quently writiog to lier from Loedon, but she had destroyed hlil letters. At his request alie went to Loudon, and too...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 July 1860
'ine law a aknlministere?nm our District Uourt. is.puttng to Ilight one after another our es tablilsbed ideas of the leading principles of that scene, as generally understood and acted upon in country districts such as ours. And we 'begin to observe with niore distinctness after Severy quarterly visit of his Honor and his .'forensic brethren, that "bush law" antl " the : genuine articles" as measured out by them,' consist of very differont material. For.instance, a popular belief hlo had existence as long as •ourememory serves us tlhat the production of a . 'storekeeper's books, containinlg the items of the goods delivered to.anyocustomer who happened to bhe behind han'd wi'th-tlhe payment of his * little account," and on whom it becamerneoes sary to use the pressure of a summons and judg ment in tlhe Court ofotq quests; was quite suffi cient to entitle .him to a verdict. The ledger was 'lobkdd up as 'itifallible. 'If a creditor attempted to disputethe receipt of any goods, he was m...