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GREAT FRAUDS ON THE UNION BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 July 1860

-* GREAT 11FRAUDS ON TIIE UNION BANE. S . TUE UOMIE NEWS.] :In another part of otir paper will be found a. . st statoment of.the astounding frauds on the Union i, Bank which have recently been discovered. "That statement contains :the main facts out 5 of which the followiug extraordinary case Saross : On .tho 4th May, Win. George Pullioger, chief cashier, and Edward Jolm Lyttleton, a * junior cashier, were brought up at the Mansion house before tihe Lord Mayor (with whomul sat Sir ,. COriden, Mr. .Alderman Hale, and Mr. Alderman Rose being also on the bench), for examination, on the charge of having defrauded lhcir employers, the chairman and directors of .the Union Bank, the former of various sums :anounting in tlhe aggregate to £2f63,000 and: the latter of a specific sum of £1 240. Mr. Giffard appeared for tihe prosecution, on -behalf of the bank.; while MIr. Lewis appeared ''for Lyttletoin; and it is a somewhat singular feature of this extraordimtry case that elthough 'Pulliuger ...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 July 1860

MIARY. "Days of tho Weeok. y o unrisa Snset 1 on'" VFDV1I)NII)AY Jd. July 11 7 2 I 5 6 RIIItDAY ,. ..... 27 7 0 5 I 8 TIE EXAMINER. { rUBLISIIED) I'IEFRY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEW EXODUS [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 July 1860

TIE NEw EXODUS -At the present time the Irish papers are filled with accounts of an ex traordinary emigration mania which, like a na tional epidemic, has once more seized the largo mass of the Irish people. The small farmers, the tillers of the soil-in short, every man who has saved money, or who has received remit tances from relatives and friends in the United States, is anxious to find a new home across the Atlantic. As an example of what is constantly appearing in the journals of almost every part of the island, we quote the following announce ment from a Cork paper :-" The tide of emi gration from this country to America appears to be steadily on the increase, and bids fair to attain a magnitude similar to that by which in former years our population was so greatly re duced. Eivery day the quays are crowded with people making preparations for thoir de a'rturo, and at times it is almost impossible to pass by the doors of the emigration agent's oltices, so great is the crowd by w...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO OUR ADVERTISING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 July 1860

TO OUR ADVERTISING FRIENDS. C "Avertlmrm mre particulnrly rmlucstr d to send In their favors Sly, thn.yrrnribrd hourof 4 o'clock on the e0 vennlg lr eedin4 tile .dayp9frnblii?tM. n. Want of atteution to tllds, occa?sonm nlore ,delay and au.tjculcnco tlha they ]nay tmngiue. TO COIRRESPONDENTS. tt Is prlIeulndly requested that letters for tbh Irainrr mnay be addrecl tp0l.t Edltnr, only, (without mentioning any am) In ordl r t prevent confusion. m Lion ,All comulntlnicattons intended for Innerllna must be nuthvnti rarslted ny d nmead alres ilf thn writer--not necessarily for publication, but nn a guarantee of good frith. •:ý -We cannot undcrtaltto return rejected communications. • '"Advertiserst are regelsted to bo particular in marking ttn • ?muber of Insertionsonoeach aderrrtisement, othlrwrl n they will •-einscrted and charged for.till counterlmndlllh:. Orders fu?r withdrawal or alterations, nmµjlb li.vt to tio onmno (in wrliug) "})for noon n'utle lay prior lltpi'fbllcation. '~-~ f~...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ROYAL CHARTER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 July 1860

TIEs ROYAL CAuIrTERn.-Tho following ad ditional articles were recovered from the Royal Charter a few days ago :-Another portmanteau containing thrco white shirts, one red flannel shirt, one singlet, one coat, one pair of tronsers and two vests, one silk handkershief and one silk Cravat, something like a Chinese puzzle, a small book of different tsles, and a part of a towel which was very rottcn. O()n while shirt was marked " Gilbert Watson," an:d on the towel was" II. W."

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. July 20. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 July 1860

SIIPPING INTELLrGENCE. July 20. Souvcnir and Colinu for liullunbi.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 July 1860

NOTICE. TO ADVERTISERS. " .'- TE beg to inform our advertising friends, that T .we intend in futuroe to render our ADVERTISING ACCOUNTS MONTHLY, and that advertisements from non-subscribers, must : inall cases be paid for when brought to the ofice. 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 E?aminer may be had at Mr. Dixon's, SCentral Store, Kiama. Contracts made for Advertising, by the month or quar ter, on very reasonable terms. . Mr. CORNELIUS LEGOATT Ihas been appointed Collector or the KIAMA EXAMsNEo . and is authorised to receive -aity sums due to the proprietors of that Journal. "ILLAWARRA S. NAVIGATION COMPANY TIME TABLE. BETWEEN SYDNEY AND KIAMA.. Fnon SYUNer; On Monday Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, direct, at 11.p.m. FoaM KIASA: Everv Monday and Friday, at 9 n.m., and on Tuesdays * and Thursda...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRODUCE AND STOCK CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 July 1860

PRIOI)UCE AND STOCK CIRCULAR. Flour.-Tlhis very important artic!o remains without 'alteration; we have sold duriag thd week chiefly small parcels, a considerable quantity of fine, country, Laun ceston, and other brands, at £22 to £23 per ton. \Vheat.-Primeo samples are worth as Gd to 10s per bushel, at which prices we have placed a few lots. Bran and Pollard are still in good demanld, and sell readily at Is 3d per bushel for the former, and 1s 4d per bushel the l.tter. Maize is firm at ,s 2d to 3s 3d per bushel, at whicl prices we have sold during the week about 3000 bushels. rTl market is bare, and wo anticipato an advance' for samples fit for shipment. Blrloy.-This cereal is in fair demand, both for malt ing andseed, and is worth from 3s fid to 4s per hl. Oats are in good demand for seed, and worth from 3s fid to4s old per bl., at which prices we have sold several parcels. .Lucernoe Hay.--Really prime, sells readily at £3 10s per ton ; inferior, dull oof sale.- We have sold about ...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 July 1860

CO3MMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. TIlE S. A!. Herald of Saturday last reports at under (Unless otherwise expressed, the prices quoted in this article are those in transactions between the prodLceO and the first prircnaser.] Flour remains at £25 for lins, and £23 for scecond svatlity, per ton of 2000 lbs. \\heat, 8s G6dto Os per lushel. hIran, Is 3d per bshoel. lBread, Gd per 2-lb. loaf. Biscuit.-Mr. Wilkio'e quotntions: ca.bin 28s, navy 17m, per 100 lbs. Mir. Hamilton: navy 2os, cabin ins, per lOlbhs. Butchern' Meat.-lleef, ltd to 21d, multton 3d to 351, pork 5d to 55d, veal 561t to Gd per lb. Lamb Gd per quarto'. Poultry and Dairy Prodre.-Fowls 2s 9d to 3s 3d, ducks 3s Gd to s1 6d, gees 8+ to 10s, turkeys Gs to 10s, pigeona Is i to 2s, will lucks Ss id to 4s' id, teal 2s to tsn d per couple. lRoastilig pies, 4s to Gs each Butter Is to Is 3d, cheese (id to 7d, bacon 6d to 7d, lard Gd to 7d per lb. Esg Is to Is :d per dozen. -Vegetables.-Potatoes £7 to £10, unions £25 to £30, per ton. Cabbag...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAPTURE OF SYDNEY BURGLARS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 July 1860

CAPTURIE OF SYDNEY BURGLA*RS. (FROM To5 A51us 1 JULT I1.] F?o some time past an extensive series of bur glaries have been carried on in Sydney and the neighborhood, the perpetrators of which continu ally managed 'o evade detection. Some days since however, intelligence reached Sydney that a gang of suspected persons had arrived in Mel bourne, and the detective police were immedi ?.{tly upon their track. After having been a well "shepherded," as the phrase gtes, for several days, the time for making an attempt to capture them ariived, and accordingly about seven o'clock last night" detectives Black, Edvwards, Lewis, and Condon, proceeded to a house in Baille-street, North Melbourne, and the three first named officers entered the house, Condon remaining in charge of the 'ar.. In the house they fohnd three men, named Mitchell, Walker, and Thomas, with whom they entered into 'con vorsation, until two women who are connected with the prisoners entered the house. The rob bhrs began to sus...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCENE IN CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 July 1860

SCENE IW CONGRESS. Tira New, York Times gives an account of a scene in the. House of Representatives at Wash ington on the 5th of April. The House was in committee of the whole on the state of the union; and a certain Mr. Lovrjoy was deliver ing a harangue against slavery and slave holders. A tuinult arose. The chairman, finding he could not restore order, called the Speaker to his seat. Mr. Lovejoy had reached the climax of his denunciation of slavery, when he found himself standing immediately in front of the Democratic side of the hall, gesticulating violently. The report thus describes what followed - Mr. Cox, of Ohio (Democrat), shouted " I rise to a point of order. The gentleman from Illinois is out of his seat. He has no right to leave lis seat and come upon the Democratic side." Mr. Lovejoy, standing firm, was understood to reply, " I will stand where I please." (He stood at this time on the Republican side near the dividing aisle.) Mr. Pryor vociferated, "Let him stand over...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 July 1860

TILE POSPA l ARRANGEME.iTS. 4- ......--- ' LrOens Oil STDNEY ArIL.] Tie now mail arrangemen'ts have -continued to exorcise the patience and try the teniper of the people of Sydney. It was only after considerable delay that the date of the Ottawa's departure was fixed, and even then it was all uncertainty as to what was to be the arrangeument for the future. The two Governments carried on a correspondence by telegraph, which laid the basis for a temporary understanding. Victoria asked whether Now South Wales would be willing to pay its quota of the colonial moiety of £60,000, to which the latter replied that it would. The next question put was. supposing South Australia or Queensland should refuse to contribute, and so throw a heavier burden on the contributing colonies, would New South Wales pay its quota of the deficiency ? To this the answer was also yrs. 'lhen came as third question, would the Government of .New South \?ales agree to the principle that each of the colonies should...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KIANDRA DIGGINGS July 17th. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 July 1860

KIANDRA DIGGINGS (rmoe TinB COBiRSPOSDENT S. M. IRSoALD) July 17th. 'lHE weather during the past week has been aboutt the most 'favorable 'we have had for a length df time. Some nights we have neither frost nor rain, schidlh is something very remark able in'tlhis region. 'Last evening there was a gentle -hower just ibout sundown, but in an hour 'the sky dlearcdl up and a very hard frost set in; This moriing the ground is hard, wind south,'and very sharp, and it hibs continued so all the day, the road being excellent, and a great many teams just Ait hand; but, strange to say, 'teams cannot be got 'to proceed to Russell's for -goods under £20 per'ton. Some goods are plentiful, but yet there are no rice or medicines, •and many other 'small 'things are 'not in the 'market. We aroenow receiling additions'tom-ur popu-. "lotion every day. Some poor fellows come here without:a penny in their pockets; I have seen 'several obliged'to sell'every little thing they 'could-spare 'to enable them t...

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AN UNFAITHFUL WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 July 1860

.AN UtNFAITIIrrU, WVIFe.-" The Connt do Cumbre-Hcrmosa," snys theo lessager de i?atonne, "mlong suspected that his info was unfaithful to him; and, being tormented by jealousy, ho took meansures to ascertain if his susl,icions were well founded. One night, on going home, lie found the Counters in conversation with oln of his fitlnds, who quitted him shortly before oet pretext of indls. position. Ile was greatly irritated, bttt ?aid nothing until the friend went away, and he then repronched his wife bitterly. She with tears protested that ho wronged her by his suspicions; and at length he allowed himself toho b ersuaded. After a while lie retired to his chnmber, and she followed him, and began cnressing him ; bilt all at once she cut him with a rairor in the neck and side. HIe seized her hands and called for help; and, on the servants rushing in, she was secured, and placed in the hands of justice. The wounds of the Count are not serious. The Coluntess, who had anways been noted for ...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. RAREY IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 July 1860

MRI. RAREY XNV THE EAST. ([rro THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON News.J Ar.rER a'tour of observation among the Arabs, extending over more than three months, the king of horse tamers has returned to our shores for his last " session." Several very nadvantageous offers wore made to hint to lecture iu the Prench provinces, but he had to decline them all, and after four exhibitions in Paris he pushed on to Rome and Naples, and so, by Sicily and Malta, to Alexandria: Beyond the Roman habit of not shoeing the hind feet 'of their horses, his note bookc up to that point had received very few entries, but he found himself among more con genial scenes as he sailed up the Nile towards Cairo, in the second mteek of February. It was just the season for turning out the Arab horses to grass, and there they stood up to the knees in it (with an ever-shifting benekground of camels, donkeys, and buffaloes, on wshose back three or four dusky uirchins n ight he seen riding home at nightfall), mile after mile, in b...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. SHOALHAVEN. July 16, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 July 1860

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. -4--e- [FROM aOU R CORREPONDONT.] SHOALIAVEN. July 16, 18610. IN the absence of merely local news, you will per mit me to offer a few remarks on the Land Bill lantcly laid on the taile of the Legislative Assembly by the Honorable the Secretary for Lands. This question interests all parties, and is receiving great attention in this district. A public meeting is likely to be held-to consider the merits of the Bill; but donding that meeting and the improvements it may suggest, I shall take the liberty of offering my own suggestions, and if they elicit any opinions from more experienced correspondents, I shall feel very great pleasure, and rest quite satisfiedl. The principal feature on the Bill which renders it so popu:ar is contained in the 13th section, which adopts the principle of conditional purchase, or selection before survey, with deferred payments. *This, I regard as a 'very great boon to the class which aims at realizing bonla fide frccholds, and it is ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 July 1860

For.LOWIso the course of the remarks in our last issue on points of laiv in reference to the ordinary business transactions of a community like our own, as decided in cases before the District Courts, we will next call the attention of our readers to the action of BIa.tctOrnnmli v. Buowv, tried at the sittings of the Court here, on the 16th instant. In this suit (which was reported in our paper of the 21st), the plaintiff sought to recover .;200 for breach of contract by the defend:ant, in refusing to com plete the transfer of a lease, the property of BatcwN, the defendant, and purchased by Btt,ScisDLEtt at auction. The plaintiff lost his ecase on two grounds: First, because in the particulars of the cause of action be had stated that the contract was for immediate possession of the ground, wherens, the auctioneer proved thatt possession was not to have been given until'about twenty days after the sale, thus by asserting" one fact and proving another, just the opposite, Ihe put hims...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 July 1860

BIRTH. On the 23rd instant, the wife of Mr. John Chin, of Kiama, of a son.

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ULLADULLA. July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 July 1860

ULLADULLA. July 18. JOE KITCHEN.-This notorious character has been taken at Shoalhaven. In my last, I told you that a warrant had been taken out for his apprehension. He has been taken, and is to be tried at Shoalhaven to-morrow (Thursday). The offence that he is charged with is a most dastardly on, to wit-taking the sum of 3s. 6d. from the hand of an old man named Alphie, while he was in the act of paying Mr. Tydeman, the landlord of the Australian Hotel, for a bottle of rum. He is to he tried at Shoal haven because we have no lock-up here, and the witnesses are compelled to go to Shoalhaven on that account. The sooner we have a lock-up here the better, and a cleric of the bench too, for, as matters stand at present, the Ulladulla Magistrates are looked upon as under the thumb of their brother J. P.'s at the other and of the district. PETTY THEFT.--Mr. Henry Claydon had his garden robbed the other night of some valuable fruit trees and grape-vines. I hope our constable will exert h...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 July 1860

COLONIAL EXTRACT'S. FATAL ACCrDENT.-A man named Morgan Doyle met with his death under the following circum stances yesterday morning:-The deccased, who was a labrring man, employed, with several other men, by Mr. Gee, a builder, to pull dowri an old brick-built house in Castlereagh-street, near the Traveller's Rest Inn, at the corner of Castlereagh and Market streets. Yesterday morning M'Gce and the deceased commenced to pull down one of the walls, about seven feet high and nine inches in thichness, by p'cking out the bricks near the foundation, the wall being too frail, in Mr. Gee's opinion, to bear any one on the top of it; each man had picked out several bricks, and were about to go to the back of it to push it down bodily, when it suddenly fell, and before the deceased could get out of the way part of the wall fell on him and knocked him down; the bricks were speedily taken off his body by his fellow-workmen, and he was carried into the inn close by, where ihe expired almost imm...

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