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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 July 1860

Term,: Advertiisng.--FoUr linesn amn under......... Si. . , Eig~ht ...: ............. ,.. J u ~, Every ed&Uti~nnl flune .S?..? /'?,?l~t' quarter :0 advdnce e. .. 6 At te nend of tlho'uqurter..... 9 0 Sinrle copies, eah...ue ...... . 0 6 The quarter: end on the lnsntldy ofJunn, Soptomuer, Decemler, aend MIaret, respcetively. "" i KtAIA :,-leI'ruei ned publldedel b: tiu peoprietor, Wtlwnl 'Iniino, ef Knlat "at the .1dt bh?t[?e" Gncerl VdrlnnltlefiReo nhoulhnwan-,teett .linuej, nfonee4*d, nuturdrny, July Dtb lano " ' ' . . . . . .

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 July 1860

MIISCELL.4NEO U EXTRA CI'S. TI'tE SAiLotos l'oaote.-T' he long aherli,led hnteuotion of esrablishinrg a Saihr's IHlome in Syd ney is at length behig Carried ito. elfect. DLe signs for a suitable bdll log lughve bece preplred by lcssrs. Weoaver and Kcarp, which will, welvs carrica l out, afford an excellcut accommodartion for scameuo arriving in this port, and will also contribute an archlitectucal fteature to the north eros end of the city?, especially as seen front t..e harlbor. The site granted by tbe Governncrot foir the purpose is that occupied by the old WaVter Police Court, fcig the Mariners' Church. Tie groued forms an irregular oouadrangle , the frost ago to (eorge-street bcing about 120 feet, and the depth to tire flireular Quay 130 feet. As tIhe ground falls considerably towuards the wsater, the basement, opepnigR from tie Circilsair Quay will be made useof ftfr kitchens, bathitig acconmmidia tion, aildstore roons, antd alls, fulr separate Icit chlse olhices for the susper...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. SHOALHAVEN. July 23. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 July 1860

DISTI'ICT INTELLIGENCE. [FROM nOU coRPiereteo soicttrs.J SIIOALIIAVEN. Jfuly 23. Seece my list cominmi atmicn n, a public meeting lhis been hell at tie Nowra lIOtel--tlo Maiyor pre silhg--to consider the report need evidence lately printed, token before the select committce of the Legislative Coancil. o9n the petition of thl lion. Alexander Berry)', against thce .Itmisipality of Shoal laven. T'hle mceting took place according to requisition eve the 1Sth instant, seld traes respeectaebly attendeel. 'Tlhe evidence if two onlty of tce witneessea was radtl--as, of tle remaindcer, the larger portion was de cidedly fcvoreblol-nettrte, tltet of James Aldcorn, Esq., J.'., William Elynr't, Estq., ndtl thle Acting Snrvcyor-fGeneer-l ; lent tht of Mr. II. G. Meorton -nollofJolhn Steith, was rced cend submitted to the meeting. Tfle resolutions, wheic passed unanimonuly, have beene forwvardleed to yoeer o/lics. and also to the Colonial Sceretary, fetr the use of tie Exccutive Coencil. T'hlese re...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 July 1860

3amberoo. GR'EaT AUCTION SALF FO~t T\VO'D YS. MR. ,IOIIN ALLEN begs to retern his most siucero thanks for lbs vs'.y lihersl show ofpat ronags bestowsed ulpon'hlin since commcncin6 busiiess in Jainiieroo, s?nd bcgs now to dtst0 thst, having disposed of tile Iusiness, the wvhole of theo nsri1dpsioriuon theieof is placed in tis hoads of the h'uetfibnebr.'.fm' -q: , : ; '?. ·i '.? : .' .. .~.-' I ThrItn G. K WALDIONU jls been, instrsctcd by dV1 Mr. Johis Afllii,' to"s?1byl ' byauction, :at: Ilis resiilonce,', ans?iorno. : - . On FRIDAY' NEXT, 3en AUGUST,... : Anid SATURDAY NEXt', 4TH AUGUST, , to commnco e acii dly st 12 o'clock shraip; ":.,: hls whsole of his remainiong Stock, Ilsouoshold Fsriiituro, Cows, tlorses, &e., &c., &c., consisting Drapery, boots n shoes .i Slops, shawls" Raddlery, irinon geiy .y Farm hiemhiefnts, floutr Ouss, carsl thresherc Coirt inti hrlls s - . Gig siidl liarnesos. Iron bedsteads olid beddinig Chest of dirwawro, washstands )€ A oplh...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF TE WHERO WHERO, THE "MAORI KING." [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 July 1860

DEJA'II OF'TE WIIErrO WWiERO, TnlE7 ".ifA 1OR1 lisN ." Tnn Nbew Zclanedcr of 4th instant announccs the sudlden death of To Whero Whero (or " Potetan." as he has been of late called, in connection with Iaoron King Movement), e' an historical name, and one that enabled tioe promoters of the anti-land selling league to make political capital of." - The .erte Zealande.r adlls --With respect to the qoestion of 1ottata's successor, the utmost uncer tainty still prevails, and lIe would be a bold man who would presurme to prognoslicate the issue of titatdeision. Potatau's son--a very intelligent man, and wo hear possessed of decisionof character; Ta Kerel of Waikato-another very intelligent ctief, possessed of large property, hut whlen we last asew him in a very delict e state of health'; and William 'T'hompson, who is probably the most thoughtfttl man in thle whole morescnt,-aro among the chiefs who-hnve been for some time spoken ofas tle "right moen in the right place" in the event of Pot...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 July 1860

COL ONAL BXT~R4 02S. Tlh1 sum oiin]orlg lly placed ohl the Estimuctr for ercrting a nllmbcr of ecw gaols and court 1 olSos requirred by tthe estabiisohnolnt of the IDistrict Courts having been reducedl by the Assoeubly from £50.00 to £25,000, fre.h pious for fwer ndot soaller buihl inus are being preplared, an1 thue plrelii nary step will slortly ho tOken for their construceitn.- S. Ml. hferald. The large oamnult of trallic spriuging up between Tvwofisld iiao- nd(1 tile ports, not only to this bht of the othcr colonioo, in consseluecro of the rusl, to the KIiandra dit, (rgin, hoas colledt for additior.a slhip ping rccomnus( at(l,(tt at some of thle southero Iorts, anist lutlers hlave just bceen invitetd for tie coustrue tion of o Ojetty at Edten, to ran a'bont four sulndred fet into tile ttay. A st((alljctty is also about buing cree(ctdl st the osoutlh of the Clydo. T'h( Westeru extension of tilm telegraph will con nect B3athnrsr wttit Moulgee hy waoy of Sofala, Tam. baroora, nd1 Lo...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SERVICES IN THE LONDON THEATRES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 July 1860

SERVICES IN THE LONDON THEATRES. [ABaIDGnD rno5 TUE EosaNBvOII WsINNss.]J WE haero twice already noticed the employment , of theatres in crowded districts of the metropo lis as mission stations on thle Sabbath days, be cause the propriety of the measure has been canvassed, and doubt expressed regarding it, by many who would hear with pleasure that our Indian missionaries were allowed to address the heathen Hindus in their temples, but who do not know the difficulties of reaching great mul titudes of the London population. The census returns prove 'that, snine years ago, one million of human beings in London had abandoned en tirely the practice of public worship. A con siderable number morre were occasional visitors to chapels or .churches; and if in Glasgow and other large towns tihe difficulty of .reaehing this' class of the popuslation seemed almost insuper able, it was aggravated by many circumstances in London, and by none more than that they affected a milghty multitude. Althou...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SINGLE LIFE IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 July 1860

':Surse, m Love IN FLt.?sC?.--TwO peoples are 'to ho seen in the towns of France; the one clad in:cloth, that's man ; the other, its wretcheid printed calico, that's woman. The one-we will ,take the lowest haborcr--tlc worst paid, the hod man, the servant of other workmen, will con trive lo eat meat for breakfast (a slice of smokel sausage or soonethling else is a thuinb-piece on biead). In the evening lie steps into his f/argote, or eating-house, where he will have a plate of meat, and even sonme bad wine. A wiman of the same ,condition will take a son's (halfpenny) ?worcth of milk in the morning, sone brhecd.at noon, and some brred at night, wil luardly a. sou's worth of cheese. You don't believe it? It is certain, as shall shortly be proved. .IIer day's worlc produces ten soun, " orl cannot pro duce eleven," for a reason which shall be cxplained. Why are tliings come to tiffs wretchcd state? Tlhe mmi does not choose to marry; hle does not choose to protect anid be sburdened witlh...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PRISONER'S DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 July 1860

4" I I L ZSOV1iSDFN ;Tesaiis i?+cts, twensty-six, described as a clerk, o?1? :;¢ho wa;s? stated to be a romnisssiohisd oalP !tirsih tlis ainy, ,vsis inidicted .at the Middlesex ses?sioin: for stealing a portmanteus .and otlhor aeristles, tm eproperty of ]e-I'y Jslhn sVilskViu so• . Mr Cooenpr, instructed by Mr. Wakeling, ' '?:?sasfdrt. he'prosecution. Tie pfisoner was not ddfen'ded ' The prosecution was by the Great 'Norllhier r-ailwassy 'company. The prosecutor wan£* jCaptain Wilkinson, of t;he 9th regiment of f6oot, and it appeared that lie came to London from .tlhe north 'n thie 81st of Ja'assary, by the 'Great Nortlihen raibray. On arriving at King's Io'ss', 'he .missed ii portmanteanu, which lie had Seen safe on the van at Darlington, with other portins 'of'his luggage, the value of which, ssitli wvhat:it contained, was over .550. The j:aorsmnoitesu produced was tle one lie lost; it w?as ~rtur.nied to hlim about a month after the :iih~ft, 'and 'several articles (produced)' form...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EMEUTE AT THE GENERAL POST OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 July 1860

ZUB~~iD'PD 17 ThI4' O~.VAt.tLj POST P iqair~C ' Uv Tuesday nmorning, at live o'clock, a very heavy Australiao 1nail arrived at the chiet' office St. Martiu's-le-iOr in, thie letters by w'hich were sorted, and seut oat by thLe first delivcry. Tile sorters ciontinucd wolrking i up to nine o'clock, ,whcn they left ohT with the intention of going to tileir homes. Mr. Steel, Ionwcver, one of the assistant inspectors, orderel them to stop nod sort the papers. A. few of tie milt thcnt .waited upon tire deputy controller on duty, and requested to Icnow whether they were re qociredl to stop, as their duty coinlutlcdl at nine o'clock. Mr. Parrtridrge airhil hIe really dlii not knoew--le han no power to net in the rlltter, eithl" to biii theim stay or go, aiid advised thern to see Mr. Balrenhanm, chlicfcotntroller. A delu tation accordingly wanitrd upon that gentlcmi n, who reasoned wilh them, antd implnored them to do their duty, as a rcfus:dl wonhl hru e them iit ir perilous prosition. lie s...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SIR JAMES GRAHAM ON BOTH SEXES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 July 1860

Slln JAMI:Os GIZnA5I ON 100Th! SrxEB.--le Lthe debato on tile Blcaching Works ]ill on Wedons doy, Sir Jaics Grham saii--"d' he noble l?rdl hou mncmber for Crickloln (rLord Ashlcy), hod tlkted ratller disporogingly of the deterioration of the fair sex in conncetion with tie necessity for t!hi bill. 'rho noble lord, heleg a young mon, woo a helter judge on that sunject than hielof= (a ]hngh)--but, old os he was, he wans ot consciouo of any dtcrioiotion in that sox. (Cheers ail laughter.) With regard to the counrago, the enduo rence, ond tho high met:l of the malo popn)lation it,'wns not necensory to go so for bock no the Crimean war, for they hal witnessed a recent proof in the pugilistic ring that these qualities cx isled in onR great perfection :,s ever among our follow-counirymcn. (hcero.)'1

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 July 1860

DIAUIY. Dm75 orth.W~csk. ) n I Ssmdss~~ srI A._~. 3n-' SLrflAV,~ 0.... 20~r·Do I 5 13 10 3) I 0 58 5 I I i Wf.SZ)A? LI 5? 923 I F.VERVf WEDXtGsDA` AND SATCRIDAY.

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 July 1860

NOTIGE. TO ADVERTISERS. - "['7E boo to inform our advertising friends, that VY weaternd in future to render our ADVERTISING ACCOUNTS MONTHLY, 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 theproprietors 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. Tha Examineer may be had at Mr. Dixon's, Central Store, Kiama. Contracts made for Addvertising, by tihe month or qnar ter,'on very reoosnoblo terms•. MTr. CeO'NInsiU LteaeATe has been appointed Collector or thi IA.?a~ri ExAtsivn, antd, is oatlte;i,;ed td reeoiro " any eints duo to the peoprietoreof thast J,,seoal. ILL&WAIRA S. NAVIGATION COMPANY : TIME TABLE. " BETWEEN SYDNEY AND KIAIA. Fnoo SYnN&r.;- . . . On Monday Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thiursday, direct, at 11 p.m. ?' . " FIIoMIIAY?t:-- ." ':' Every Monayv a...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 July 1860

ITLE lbte lamented deaths in our immediate .ieighbrh'leod-ave again drawn our attention to a matter which we have before advcrted to in our columns--narely thc absence of a cemetery at Kianma. In tie country iistriets through tihe -colony where Governmeit' townlthipts have been eatntblishletd, the rule hls been that sites should be reserved ns burial places for the different religious denominations. In every insignificant town and village plots hove been granted to tie - 1'resbyterians, Church of liriglond people, Wes lkyaffs,, nti Ilemnan Cathlolics. The rule hlas been so invariably azlinitted and acted upon that '(without reference to a necessity for it arisilng out of local circuostances) the putchlasers of toivn lots hove come to look upon gr'eets for *buriol purposes as a matter of course, and Sgeneral concession for a number of years, iiiid in nnumberless instances has resulted in cstab :fishling them as a right. This being the ease, iltow is it that in an important district l...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO OUR ADVERTISING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 July 1860

TO OJll ADd'EflTISIN 1'ILIE|)OS. Ad~el~tierta Rr? p'rtlcs~lmrl¥ ro'turit,?d to sen| in their f~vrs b"y the prrrmlbnl huurof o'c.cyer ob tble hlu.l~n. p4l yeedlnk tt \Irdoi'll|%|e~lton. \VAnltt ef tteltti{) th tlt|?, oEz.n1|?ts more \|loy ind uco~lrenivnce thuu they tony |mrIin:ef. TO COhIF.;1jlONI)flNTS. "it 4S" FNr||eu?t? r'y ucrted thyt ettlers f'r thu I trs1#" mrny b· .I|dr'sae~l tn t} ? Il?,i ?r, o ?]y (withlott uleto linllg any) nntatl) in o~h~r to Irtnvtl~nt u~lllu..ion.l .J?| eolllmtn|¢?thm#on Illlenlclld (,?r I1sr~rlion mnL tst henllt~lllntl ¢#[!J?.q |i tiles Il:turo It~t,| Rd~llrt or th?e wrntcr--nt Iifcr, sarily 'fur Iruhl|citt?oll, but tt. ? Rart ?lztl~fu t of ?3oi r·\|th. 14o nnnot und.rliuhe to r.tur.. ryJ]Lc,.d comrll.l.,ti,.On, A1,,rt1?ers nrt rty u4s.1 4, to hl rtrlbl'.r I i,,ylb.ln. thle • "umher.f inerStlouR DAY enl,] mivCrtleuln, otllJUrLlYl th8, 1860. • e nert,.ld ,'cd chanrqed for ti|'i rwoturtlsa.tde|. (-rlh~rr? T~r "withdlraw~t| orl~llt,?rntnls, u?\rrt ]?, slt...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 August 1860

Terms: aldvcrtising.-Folr lines and under......... 2 0 Six ........................ 2 6 Eight .................. 3 U ,, Every additional lina......... 0 3 Subscrlptinn-Per quarter in acianca ....... 8 ( At tho end of tho quarter ..... 9 0 Sinrlo copies, each............ 0 G Tho quartern endt on the lastday ofJuno, Soptomber, Decembher, andl March, reapeetively. lKMA:-trted gilutht'ly thi prelbrhtar, WIujaI clix.. at itllacll xc tim R.a.cnmer Oteneent PcrTllln?i-emei ShonaltnueavMuett, titama, af-Ormta,' WtdluittLy, AgIUstm I loan

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FRENCH VIEW OF THE FIGHT BETWEEN SAYERS AND HEENAN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 August 1860

A F?IENCIT VIEW OF TIHE FIGIHT BETWEE.N SAYERS AND IEeNAN.-Tht Jonrpal des De bats has devoted four or five of its columns to a description of the late fight between .Sayers and Heenan. As tho narrative is almost entirely taken from accounts that lhave already been pub lished in English newspapers it would be super fluous to re-produce it. But the following con clusitons of tile writer of the article are not devoidl of interest:--" This struggle then brought face to face the Old World and New-Old Eugland andYoung America. The Anmerican giant is tall and strong like the trees of the New World ; his frame isin proportion to the forests, the lakes and the rivers of America he reminds of pri meval nature, of the men who measured seven cubits in height, as in the early ages of the worldl. Face to face with him we ]lave seen the Old World, the product of the ages that rhave passed away-the highest expression and product of civilizntion-tlhe creature of art. 'And yet, after all, these two ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LABOR MARKET. Messers. Haigh and Brown report [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 August 1860

LABOR llilAlI(E'r. ,oeser.r. Ilaigh and Brown report-- g Busines in this market is rather 11 dull, owing in.a greant meosuro to tile heavy rains 0lnd gales, which have oh satrulted comlmuniation boh bly sea sa hallnd. ThOrl is n large aLtterlaco of both married 3ni3 single tfhlrming meno, iwho Ivn rrecently arrived by the chnce, as well r • ono very eligiblo htnds from New Ztealand ; tie dlmt0l for fealnll servnlluti 3 l imit3d1. Wa\\'ges remain firm, at the eulto0. r1ates, viz.:--\'ilith bhallIl r03d lodging, or hIlut ra0o-m nl ,ations pecr 3133um31 : .3Married cou031,rs, £45 to £35 pller hunm; 013arming men, £.50 to £33 ; sh1op h1rd, £zs 'to £,30; hotkepers, £25 to £28 ; .ca-p1: ent0cr .£52 ,to .£80; 1laksmithl;,. £60 to ZOO; cIaks and Slaunlro~isas,£26 to t'30 'e?Ieral seorants .£ 0 to £28 . . 2~ lhI~; ·1ols·4- >7 C~r ·C~~ ·

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"A FRIENDLY VISIT." [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 August 1860

" A FR?IE.NDL ' VISIT." IT may be pretty safely affirmed that Mliss "Fanny Birch was about as charming a young lady as any likely to be met with in a day's march. Not that sllhe was particularly pretty; -other young ladies, her friends, having been known to prove-to their own satisfaction at least-that she didn't possess a tolerably decent feature; nor was she aery witty, nor very at complished, nor remarkably clever; neverthe less, all the items being open to criticism, the sum total was decidedly satisfactory; the result Sant Fanny undeniably charming. Itis a stranige .thing, but it is a fact not to be gainsaid, that m .aost Faneies-is that the proper spelling of the plural ?--are charming; whether this pro perty of theirs be a cause or a consequsco I -can't say; whetlher certain infants in their craudles exhlibit such admirable qualities as to render tlhe name too appropriate to be denied them, or whether the appellation, when be stowed, exercises eome benign after-infl.uence on ...

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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 August 1860

\VRUZ.B'~flAY .... u1,' I~s? 0 i 01 13 TIWOR.91AY..., 51 FDIbl . ?I&SDaY ..... 3 0'53517 Jl IS TILE E1XAJINIER. 1'UIILISIIED EVERIIP \EI)NESDAY AND S41TUIIDAT.

Publication Title: Examiner
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