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AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 August 1860

S- AT SEA. -4-e---. Ton night eas isado for cooling solade, For silence and for sleep, 7 T Alad when I was a child I laid Mye ihandi upon my breast and prayed, 'And sank to slitumers deep. . Childlike; as then, 1 lie to-aigbt . And watch iloy lOly cahbin, light. Each mocmnent of tie saying lhoop Shewo tote the vessel reels, And o'er her deck the billows tramp, And all her timroers strain atnd crnlll, , With overy shock the feels: - It storts 01111 tlthtlilero oltilo it horns, . And iti its hinged socket turnd. Note soinging slost, and slanting low, It almost level lies, S And yet I bitow, whlilo to anttl fro I icatob the seetniag ptenlo go, With restless fill asid rise, Tho oteatis shaft is still uprlilglt, Poising its little globe of light. Oh, Itand of GotI l Oht, Lsmt of peace l Oh, pretoise of oy sottl l Thotighl weok antI tossed, and ill at ease, mid thle rose of smititt seas Theb ati is eatttilsise rotll I oswn, weitit love anti teittier awec, Yoen ierefeet t' po of ftiit ind ...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO OUR ADVERTISING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 August 1860

TO (OUU AVERT1UTIS[NG F'IlI'NDS. Allrtrtil... nn p~lrtilrll~lzrl} nyri.utedl to rcpll in l~leir Ipronr~ by t pr.rcrlbcd hout.,I o''lort¢ oz the evlling prLbed ln LI,. atIItIo['lljrllUttinll \Valltnlo ttttentLtLI In tillsl UCL·LIlOllS lllOAL dl.yd a cLu vnllca Ihnll theyL Illy y ilaLhLiLLL. TO COl'?15LI'OLNI?,T,?S. It I Imrllculnrly I r tLL ed tLlt letlerL for I ll ,, ll.h lrr ntay be dldrLs.LL tII j l d tur, nLly, (without mc1.iouing any |lnlllu ) 11| lrlhr to ir~c nLcnt C?[lr O ll. rAll cODlz|IIIIi'?lllllntCIIII ll?llllo e'ir lilt |lnll n1 lltl.t hO .'ItILlI'tIt| ..lltl~ll Iby tllm Illlt1t /tlltl addllress nftl|? wtitcr--uot nec~enarlly for publicaLtioLLL Ilt l u , lll'gllle, of goodf fbitth. ITo unlllot ,ltULrukO to, return r,.eLaed conmuuilioaton ..lv,'rtiIr, sL r lrsteLL to 1, pLrliculaur iL ntarhing the i ntlIt. ouf L, rtionuuoL Lu. erLI Ilu mctll. otl. rwIla they will I,elLLluruLL uu.L ul,.l~,L 1"or tIIt ,ouLLterLLLLALLlcI. Orders fr witldrwal ,talturatiL ls u, ut lLu lt b LI ...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 August 1860

W ANTIED -A-FEW BUSH ELS OFl COI N' W. D.; ME ARES. Lemons. M . K WALDRONI, ;has roceivil instnuctions ;." fr'r.'C C. OCook, to sell :by Anction at the Steani Packlt 'Hotel,' .',''Tp-TRROWI, THIURSDAY, ' - .August 2md, 100 Dozcn Splendid Lemons. . . Terns nt sale. SFat and Springing Heifers. MR. W. IRVING will sell by auction at the .Fermanagh Hotel, Kiama, S..TO-MORROW, 2ND AUGUST, At 1 o'clock, A choice lot of quide springing heifers, very forward * . *:A n d-*..'. " .. " n : :. Sovcrallioad of fat heifers, prime boof. ,::: Terms atn i aleo. ' i ' .BA:LANCE SHEET SOF T HE KIA IA' MUNCIPALJTY.fLY T-EVENUE'AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE HALF YEAR, .ENDING8aru -JUNE; 1800. . KI" AMA WARD . '' ; . 1 To share' of endowment. per Colonial Trasrenmiror,'ld l : -' . 31st December, 1859. ' . .. . 1' R, Rtes.recoived 298 2 4 , Debitof Jamberoo Ward 15 percent. on, .520 3d:7, . ;;; ; ;I r ,.' ': ; :;. expondcd on public works in Kiama Ward ;... .... 78 18 6(r', . ! , Ditto ditto Gerringong Ward, 15 ...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.] Sydney, 23rd July, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 August 1860

[noOM OURn eYDNEY CORlSc'ONDEN'r. "Sydney, 23rd July, 1860. Now tChat the last disastrous news from New. Zealil, coupled with the unsatisfactory state of things in Enropi, have had timlne to produce' an effect on the public nmind; the daily papers have been full of complaints and suggestions as to the forming of militia, volunteers, &c., some good and some blid; but it is reserved to MIelbourne the honor of publishing one of tilhe most original plans for putting down the New Zealander.;; a Dr. Mackay there, not the worlhy pastor of St. Georges's, in Sydney, but I thiiii abarrister, purposes forming nine or ten dis tilnctive conpanies of troops, foremost among whom are a hundred Mackays, piper, kilt and' all, I presume; headed by the worthy Dr. him self; the others are to be Irish, Welsh, French, &c., &c. This force having subjugated tihe savages! are to have their expenses paid out of tihe forfeited laind, with a slice for each on return to Victoria, andl in ...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEATHER AND THE RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 August 1860

THE WEATIHER AND TIHE RAIL /A , . 'S. T'II weather, if anything, was more stormy yes terday than on the two previous days. It rained iheessantly throughout the day, which was one of' the most disagreeable that could be well imiagined."' A strong' south -easterly wind pre-: vailed until a late hour in the afternoon, when it chopped round to the southward, dnd blow at times half a gale. After sunset the wind veered round to the eastward. . We inspected the Southern Line of RIilway yesterday as far as Liverpool, communication beyond that point ecing cut off. From inquiries we learn that the line between Liverpool and Campbelltown has been seriously damaged at Stoney Creek and Macquarie Fields-so much so that it is feared communication cannot be resumed for sonm time to come. Of the extent or nature of the injuries we are quite ignorant -furth, r than that they have occurred at Stoney Creek anl- Macquario Fields At these two points the line suffered considerably from the last flood. Tem...

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

TIIE "eATIER.-The Storm Which tlnuring the last week raged all round, did not pass us by. Judging from the acconnts in the papers thewilnd blow and the rain fell with as much force and in as great volumo hers as in other parts of the colony. Fortunately little damage occurred to property nor were there any lives lost, and beyoud-the temporary inconveriience of a few wet ceilings and the stoppage of the mails andl steanmers we may be said to have escaped the visitation without injury: but in none of the gales that we have previously experienced this winter did our harbor present such a scene of " stormy water." The waves came rolling inin lhuge volumes, breaking in quick succession quite across and higher up the bay than we remember to have seen before. From the little bay at the back of Captain Stobo's house, whlere the wind had full power, the froth of the spray was blown up in clouds which covered the neck of land between it and the lharbor like a sheet of snow, while in the inlet...

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

VICTORfA. BY the Wonga \Vonga we havo papers from MeIcl boorno to the 10th instant. The Age of 19th instant states Ihat on the previous morning a considerabllce portion of the troops under orders for Now Zealand embnarcked for their destination. At a quartcr past eleven o'clock 170 men of tihe 40th Icginenit, rank and file, sltarted from the barracks and proceeded along the Sandridge road to the railway pier. The troops wero acconlmpaniedl by their ovwn bhantd, and also by the band of the Colliingwood Voltunteers. Tie Sandridge roadl was lined wilh piople, and at tlhe pier thcro could not have been less than from six to eight thousand persons assembledl. As the troops passed the Young America, which waslying along side the 'lwhanrf, the lIands played "Yankcee Doodle," and thile ship dlipped Iher ensign thrco times in acknowleldgment of the complimont. Arrived at the pier, the ussasl amount of leave-taking took place, andi wo noticedl several affecting scenes husbands leaving thisir ...

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

COM'tLERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Tus S t. . Ieratld of Sitturday last reports as ' under- [Ulesothelirwisoe pressed , the prDices qulotedil in this' article are thos ie t*tleluateioils letrween the producer asld the first purclihaser. Floor remains at .£5 tfir lins, sod £25 for secood qoallit, per tonl of 20ohiThs. 1he,,t, 8? rid to 9S per bushtel. lrnlo. la id per lirshel. hireid. Gd per S-11. 1lear Bliselit..,-Sr. \Wilki,'S qll.tations: codin 20s, navs ITs, per 100 lbs. Mr. Ihulilton: 0nav 18S, cabln 238, por lilO lbs. Bltholeri' Meat-flener, lii to Ohd, motton adl to 3n.i, pork .Fd to 5d, veil 5bd to Gd cperlb. Laitib Od per qeoirtoe. t'uoiltes ond tId:rv Prodluie.-Powles 3S to 3o ed, ilucks 3sod to·s l;ll, geese 7 to !Is, turkeys 7o to Iis, ,pigeons Is tid to "S, ohil lcks o :1 6ii tSo4s'it, teal ds 'to s hit Plr cOlilIle. loattinig pi s, t·a to 5 eract. Iltlcr It to Is Si, ciieeoo id to 7i1, Ihcoic 6Ci to 7d, lard Gd to 7il lier Ili. ?g?is Is to 1t dhi per dozcei. Vegebtblas.-Potatoe...

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

NOTICE. ,;,: ! TO ADVERTISERS. *. 7["E bog to inform our advertising friends, that wT ne intend in fulture to render our : . i) VERTISTNG CCOUNTS MONTHLY, ..anid that advertisements 'from non-subscribers, must S in all pcses he paid for when brought to the office. * Thils arrangement has become necessary, to enable the proprietors to meet thle large outlay incurred in bringing out the paper, andl it is hoped that their sulpporters will so far aid the proprietors in their undertaling. The Examincer may be had .at Mr. Dixon's, Central Store, Kiama. . Contracts made for' Advertising, Iy the month or quar ter, on very reaconablo terms. Mr. Con~rli?u LECOATT hlis hoen appointed Collector or thle Ki?stA Enslisee. and is authorised to. receive any suns due to the lropriotors of that Journal. SILLAWARUA S. NAVIGTIONT COMPANY 'i;J, :i.r :: · ·;: ·~ i: :,:,.· ! ' . .. ? TIME TABLE.. .··I, . ETWEEN, SYDNEY AND KIAMA. j*i~~;;~I . ii·· · ,i:,m:2 Y,'!.;_~, I> ,I:·rt; ;?.'+ ?1/ no;~:r! &amp...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HORSE MARKET. Messrs. Burt and Co. report [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 August 1860

IlIORSE MARIKET. 'llessr. "urt and Co. report 'halt in consequencIO e of thle oeverity of lho rweather *troughnout the week, little or no bueiensa hIlum been done ima ?te hore mno?rket,- l an rti ye:oterdlay sales nero hot il- minal, there being no fresh horsen to meet the de :mllnd. At yesterday's sales, a hatch from Mr. Chip Cndilhi, of Mlaitlend,.were olfered; 10 of which went n oeu lot at £30 ter hicld, otheri at pricea vrvyilng from £20)to £32i for harnesa liorets, nld £8 to £li tbr ,omrlin'ry hIckneys.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRODUCE AND STOCK CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 August 1860

PRODL)UCf AND STOOKI?.'i,'CUUIT,., .Flour.--Thisi very importnit nt ticle reininins nwitlhout alteration; we havt smold a tlrhitni the idek 'eliellh' small' pirceels; a co:slleratble qis intitYO tffie, coUntlrJ, Lan custonu, atil other brandd .'t 2"-2 ,to £~23 Ipr ton.: ' Wheat.-'Priino osmplesIo aierth Os 61 to 10os per "bushel, at whlich Ilrices we hivo plaeed a tlw lots. " nn' nand Pollard are still in wooa donanid, and sell i'atilily at la 3t per bhshel fo* the ftirmer, and ls 14I pei :llbusliel thie ltter. ", Ilaze is fire iet s ? cd to ;" .I per bushel, at owllidh •".icrese'vhaiveaold durinittio ue ucek abot: looo bhiishols. IT'he market istba'e, and ie nunticipato an adnulceo for .s miples fit for shipteiint.. " T'Iarley.3 Thel 'ereait i in tair demand, lboth for malt -"n nmidoeed, and is worth frain 8s 6t to 4 pier bIl. • i Oats are in goodl denmand for seedi, antd worth from I.es id to 4s id per hIl., a .which prices ire hare salci soveraitl prcelse i" , Luernd Itay.-Teralt...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELAIDE. Thursday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 August 1860

* , ADELAIDE. Thursduy, G6p.m. The Ministers' Salaries Bill .being withdrawn, on the opinien of the law officers, Ministers have announced that, nltloough obliged to take full snalaries, they will refund all above £800 cach. No change in markts.. N'o change in Inarktots.

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 August 1860

S MELBOURNE. Wednesday, 7 p.m. Thediscussion on the Goverriment motion dis agreeing with tile Land Bill is still going on, wvith every prospect of tho Governmont being de feated.'' Nearly all the indcpendentmnemi ers are against the Ministry, with all Mr. O'Shanassy's party, and some of their own supporters. The division will tbko plhlice to-nighlt. SThe Victorian is still ancohored at theoHeads: The mails.by thi Ottasva will cldse to-morrow at 9 a.m . .' MIarkets inchanged.. ::": ' Thursday, 7 p.m. The .trike on thobraayi' wvorks is renewed the operatives at Suniibry ' vliavl ng alii with drawn at the iistigatii of'Ld the Malmsburyturn outs. The Commissioner of Police Works nariounced in tlhe Assembly that thd Goverinmeiim t have no power to enforco fortiightly pdymeniits. The Denm'ark, fromin California, bring$ a cargo consisting chieofly.dif wliit.' ' 1 '' . The Victoria, for' Tiraihiaki, sailed 'at th'ree o'clock p.ni. - Mail steamer' Ottawi d red eld the Hlead s at 5.25 p m. : ...

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

COLONVIAL ESXTRA CIS. -I-- The nmboer of deaths from epidemic diseases rrwos.un- usually lheav, namnounting to ii, or 15"27 pier cent. of: the total deaths. Of' this nombeo. there are recordedh upon medical cirtificalo no f.ower than 30 from influenza,. 37 lifrom imeaslcs, and l 5 frtom carlatina --Empire. P1,or'osEOn Mmason TO ToIuS IKIANOA GqOn FIELusn.-\Vo ullnderstand that a movement is on foot, originating with several of them Congregational ministers, and taken up cordially by tihe Dean of Sydney, for sending ministers to preach a montl. successively at the Kiandra diggings, lduring the approaching spring and summer. Remembering the disturbance of ordinary habits of thought, and the too frequcnlt neglect of religious duties attendant on a rush to a new anti piroductive gold field, this movement commends itself as opportune, and creditable to those who have commenced it. -Ibid. A HAlr·r DISAI'rOINTMEFNT. On Tuesday last, in consequence of a report that there had been a dreadfnl...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. SHOALHAVEN. July 27. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 August 1860

. DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. 1tnon OUR CORRESPOOND~ENT.] . ROALIAVEN. July 27. Tun heavy raiu mentioned in my last continued till WVednesday, since which it has been showery. T'he people on the banks of tile river partially fledt for refuge toNowra, which is the slheet-ar.chor pre eminently in ~times of flood. The. waters spread over the low grounds, and necessarily have injured .the wrheat. Whelre the land lies rather high no in jury noeed be anticipated, but where the water. lie fur any time, the prospects of the furmer, so far as his wheat is concerned, must be blighted. The recurrence of three floods in succession between February and July, will .render the frst halfof 18(0 a.memorable year in the anals of Shoalnhaven. The calamity is very great and dliscouraging. The puilic m?eeting to consider thie Land Bill has been postponed till Saturday, the 4th August, at Mr.. tRyau's inn, the .S.tcam Packet, at 3 o'clock. It isto be hoped there will be a largmn attendance. Now is thie time ;...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. GOULBURN. Thursday, 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 August 1860

TELEGRAPHIIC INTELLIGENCE. (AURIDGOED FGI. THI HERALD iND DEMIED.) GOULHIURN. Thursday, Dp.m.9 TnE Southern Esoort has not arrived, yet, the rivorisbeing impassable. No mailshavoreaclied Goulburi since Sunday from the sanuo-ecauso.' •HIeavy flodods'here yesterday. - Weather still very bad, raidiing, with strong S. E. wind.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOLLONGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 August 1860

wo , .o.vao ,a Av ,ivrot a don s: W'O.LLONGON MU.ICrIPAL ,OOt VOIL.-,. T C'n ouncil mat on F~rldayr.,ai'rsont tle Mayor, 'ihd)a full Coun?dcil;?;:',','', ?:..: , .: ? . DELiO iT~ TOita.A ~hlerman Carrott rnhaving boan appoia aod one of t ,i r D elem a t e s t , at~ i a t i m p o n th e 2 ni . An iiti si'ti for the purptose of coiiulliii: as to the bsqt ,meants to be aidoptdl,for :imeailifi th'ld 'tini cipalities' Act, said thattlio' lIhto weather: hiad so disarranged liii:s plans tht lhe thiought it was _very doubtful whether he vwould bo able to ,ittond:on the above occasion.. It was necessary for himnito go to Sydnojey npxt week i'nl his cli?nceof ~ irdtuniiing in time was rather remnito? H therefore proposed that npother Dleo~ato li ajp?oi~t'td inhllis'plnabo. Alderman Ihetheriigton, in iccordance with the above request, inoved that Aldermai ~ Vilhiieo 1e nppointed to act in the place of Alderimanti; Garrtt. As the Actrequircedl an attentive rredling, snli, as Ahldrman Wilshiro h...

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SHELLHARBOR. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 August 1860

SH7ELLIJARBOR. ECO5DIIUNICATEi.J Oc Saturday our usually quiet village was thrown into a state of cxcitement by a case of nassault and battery, the full particulars of which will doubtless soon be elicited at the Kiama bench. Two indi vidnsls, well known in Shellharbor, had been in dulging ralher freely is intoxicating liquor, at the St?amn Packet Inn, so freely, inildeed, that the hest refused to grant them a further supply, whereupon the votaries of King Alcohol proceededlcl to MIr. I. :lartin's inn, and ldemandeld asupply. Mr. Martin, conceiviug that Ilhey had alreadly hadl too uclth, very judiciously refused to give them any more. Oue of the ilihriates then coinmenced to enforce his rldemandls by having recourse to the fistic art, whlclh, it appears, Mr. it. Martin succcssfully cut short. The boon companion of the worsted man, seeing whiclh way things were goinlg, rushlcd from hisi chargecr to the rescue. No other assistance bcing at hando, Mrs. Martin endeavored to prevent the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TRIBUTE TO MRS. ROBERT MARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 August 1860

TIRIBU3UT ' TO IRfRS. ROBERT I[ARKS. ------ fenves have their time to fdi, And wither at tile north wind's breath, And stars to set-but all, 'IThlou Ihast all seasons for thine own, oil Death, Death is everywherel Oh, how startling was the question askedl by an acqu:aintance as we niet on the road: " Do yon know that Mrs. M?,rks is dead ?" Oh, how seriously, solemnly, mournfully, did this sad sound peal through my soul wheln I uncderstood that a living friend had passed away. Slowly and sadly I walkedl on, pondering on the mysteries of Providence. Mrs. Marks deald! Called away so suddenly, so young, so useful, so good, whllile hier life seemed necessary to tihe Cexis tence of others; while othersn were left, who were cocimparatively useless cnumberers of the ground. Mrs. Marks, with thee all is closed, irrevocably. Time, and 'Tine's changes, haive becomne sulddenly, eternity unchangeable. Our dear fiiend lwho was one of us, Ihes put on the garments of eternity, anl becomee radienlt ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 August 1860

TO THE EDITOR OF THOE OOAIAIYR. Si,-ITn your iosue of the 18th instant, contniniug sn nccount of the trial, Underwood v. Jerry, thero in an crror. In my ovidence you stato that " I hoard Under wood say he was hired for si monoths." It should have been, " I hoard Underwood say ho vans hired for three months." Ilopieg yoou will correct the above in your next issue. I en, Sir, youro, &c., JOHN COOPER. Coaluogntta, July 21st, 1800.

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