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THE BOAT ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 August 1860

TInE BoAT ACCIDENT.-W0C hlnve Ilhcrd With regret that Mr. Coombes, chief ofircr, and James Morgan a cabin-boy, were of the three who were drowned by the upsetting of the Kiama's boat at Bateman's Bay, and that the former has left a wife and child, and the latter, his mother, in a etate of destitution. Our happy immunity fron accideut or loss in the late floods should weigh with us s a season for assisting the distressed, and as a sub scription hIss been set on foot to aid these poor I people, we hope that the appeal in their behalf will be properly responded to. A subscription list lies at Mr. Dixon's, Central Store, in this town.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 August 1860

Terms: Ad'ertiaing.-Fonr lines and under......... 2 0 S 6i ........................ 2 6 S Eight ..................... 3 0 ,, Every andditional lino......... O 3 Subscription--Per quarter in advance s....... 8 8 At the end of the quarter ..... 9 0 Single copiec, each ............ 0 6 Tile quarter el on e the la?tday of Jano,Septemker, December, and Manrch, reapectively. KIU&A :-PrlnteI and published by the prpreleor, WILLa Inn, ef Kiama t the ?nminer oeneral rnllnna-omco aihanaleaven-atrrut, RKiamaeorcai, Salurday, Augrut4thQ 1isa

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TO OUR ADVERTISING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 August 1860

'10 OUn1 AD)VE'1TISLŽ0 lILIRNODS. it ULo po seitodr Ilo,*of4 o'rook.oo* tlb. osr dg prLooltogp (Lb. d.~y of p, hi ootal..oL ofu ol ttroloola to tid., oe~oxtot.O*Otm i kltoy an~d I mul~oluot otottoo ttyc~posytoooloo.jlt TO ·COCtfltSP'ONDHNS. .Itt. poottoohorty nr!r'ootn lLlt*otlert* nL tl,,Eo'ohoqrlr poy. hou oll~l CR ,,,oo ·F~dl t h ttr, oolly, (oIrioonlt rnl!Liollillg ean .nnnro)toorndor toprnooorolt nftto*I. rnoOroiI,y thou non,, notll ottolrooo~th ,,lr Tthr-nlOt oooooooT~rti .:,'o. puhii~rloloo, 1010 000 goo*Oonto olg~ol foith. O·ro,,,,,Loo ~todrtokot otn r1.ot 3ot TrL 'romoono11Ulirotion, onto hlrrnttonrioo 00es c ritaoIo ttritolnn,, ionro Dtlitryo IIt i~lntoo~rta ndl out ohrgoo toor ttit eooljtootoootioi. Orb,. for oithdro:~looo nllroioLiooo,, Inloltt. onclt tot:(In ntIIo (toI Srittogb) toothro ,ioon 00 tioo toy plior to pnbiiooiiool. B A TUIWAI F, AUG UC~ST 4, 1860.

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CHECKS ON CASHIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 August 1860

CoECKxS oN CAsHIERS. -Thle Pullinger frauds strongly point to the necessity of tile cashiers of banks being required to give acknowledgements for bank notes or cash paid to them over the counter. Every one, on paying in gold or notes must have felt that the safety of thie transaction was almost entirely dependent on the honesty of tle cashier. If he should dispute thie receipt, either of the whole, or part of the amount, thie matter must turn on the value of the word against that of another. One correspondent on the subject writes as follows.-" I am a clerk in a mercantile honse in tile city, and as such have continually to pay cash for my employer's ac counts into the Bank. The usual way is by merely handing to the cashier a credit paper filled up with the different amounts of notes, gold, and cheques, without receiving an acknowledgement. I have often felt uncomfortable after having done so, thinking how easily the cashier might, if dis honestly inclined; appropriate the amount fo...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 August 1860

'A we wcclks aIgo we took occasion to i-emai-k uipon ithe desirableness of having our Agrlicul tural Society fiully organised and in workini brder. We are still fully alive to the necessity of the case, and we wish to'do all in our ,power to awaleon the dormant energies 6f thd people iid stir tlemn up to a. greater vigor and assi duity,'in prosecutiug tihe resuscitation of a Socieiy tlit is chlceulated so muchl to benefit s;emselves. "n -returning-to hliis subject we voiiild invitc all to keep: this matter ever before them, ttIrninig it over in their miids, and. whlen itlhns been .wel l and maturely cotisidereil and 1talked over--call a public meeting of those interested, appoint a-coinmnittee with thie ofi cers for the yeor, and seek by.our own earncst 'tiess- in the matter to leave that impress on thlleir minls bf lwhat is expected of them. On this subjectt. we would suggest .thait the iCom dniite ..should .not :he. large, Tour or six would bie quite suolicient; where there are a ...

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MEETING OF MUNICIPAL COUNCIL DELEGATES AT KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 August 1860

iETIrNsG os .1IUNICPAL CO UYCIL . DRL(GA.TEOS AT .itl. . Ox Thurshl y last a mcctig of delegates from tie varicus Municipal Coundils in tlhese districts was held in Mr. \Williatn Irving's oflice, to deliberate uponvarious acnlndments which it is considered dcsirable to'have made in the Mutilicipalities Act of 18&'L. Th'loere were present, on belhlfof ,the Sloalhsnl c Council, Ahlerncen MIoss andl Munro; Central Illa warra, Councillors.Osborne and Evans,; Slelllmarbor, Councillors Iolcs antl Grluaham; and Kianin, his \Vorship tihe Mayor and Alderman Miller. The gentlemen expectcd from tle \Wollongong dlivision did not arrive, in conscqluence, as owas supposed, of .the detention of tlo steamer. On thie mtion of Allerman Mooss, of Slhoalhaven Municipality, secondlcd by Coulncillor Evans, of Central Illawarra Municipality-his Worlhip tlm' Mayor of Kiama was appoilnted Chlmirmant of the meeting. IIis Worship took the clhair. On the motion of Councillor Moles, Chairman of Shelllha...

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PAPERS ON LIFE ASSURANCE. VARIED APPLICATIONS OF THE PRINCIPLE TO THE EXIGENCIES OF DAILY LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 August 1860

PAPERS ON LIFE ASSURANCE. ARIED APPLICATIONS OV THIE PRI5CIPLK TO TUE TE XIGENCIBS OF DAILY LIFE. [Fnox (FsusT Lslsona Hoens. aJr assurance ill its original and primary sig 'n';fiication, is a simlple commercial contract, to .whlhlh there are two parties. The oflicer, or in :surer, in consideration of a stipulated sum, ..called a " premium," paid annually, biennially, or quarterly, contracts to pay to the Ihirs, as I: sgns, or represlentatives of the insurant, a given sum, which, with the conditions of payment, is Snained in tihe contract or " policy." For ex ample, a young man, aged twenty-five and in good Ilhealth, may by tihe annual payment of 45s. secure for his wife and family, or for any other person to whom ihe may bequenth it, the sum of £100, on satisfactory proof of hIis death, when ever it may occur, even though ho should only have paid a single premium. If, hlowever, he .omit to pay his premium at the specilied period, Stho policy becomes null and void, and 1111 tll tt h...

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DINNER TO THE DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 August 1860

BIasin s.'to ore -Dc.t. tcrs.--On Tlihursday, a little before five o'clock, the layvor of Kiantu rose nod said, hath the C~ouncil ofTCiamls had ordered a dinner toobe pre pared at Adins's; to lhe on thle table at five o'clock, and. us it was then nelr tlhat hour, )ebegged to propooe that they adjourn.u till7,o'cloek, ond on behalf of the meen bers of tie Kiosa Mulmicipal Council, he begged to re quest the delegates from the other districts to fitvor ,lhem witl their comliany .t tihe dinner, 'Ilhoe gentle qxporessed the pleasure Uitit .wonhld ive them to pir tlke.of the prollred lhospitaolity, n and an djouromneat. was at.,once elideto the Inn, whereo, in S f'ew minutes' after, the large tlable in the long rooim was surrounded by the company nulnbering 16i. or 17. Alderuman toss was reqllueotqd to act as Chairman, lad Councillor Moles no Vica. The dinler, lwhiell waRs rery creditably got upi, lhsving been disposedoe the usual loyal toasts wero proposed, iand the smembers of the ditll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 August 1860

Vaccination. I-R. CHA[LES will VACCINATE at his resi 1i dlnce, Brney-strct, ,II THURSDIAYS at 11 n.n.; anl at oonr's iIotcld, Jambcroo,· on FRIDAYS at ; p m. Kiama, July 3:t, 1850. TI O FAI:lERiS.-llors nndl C;ltle MEDICINE Salways ready. ,J. REI)FORD, Kiania Dispensary P OW'S EMBRI3OCATION, or FARlMER'S 1- FiJLtI ND. • / JR. RED)FOCD Agent, Kiama. C II4 S and IBU'l'TElR-COLORINO ,f . J/AuwFOli_, , ,i Kim .ins Dislensaily. -TiALL-)Q PILLS anl OINTMENTI' " Wp - s., , Worm lion B ms. and I o.vder, . J' J. IRED)O Di, " Kinona Dispnnsary.

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KIAMA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 2ND AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 August 1860

.EKI.lNd.I POLCG E COU TIT... :' .,llnnsnir, 2.o ?uusT. "(lforo Messrs. Wanugh, Ilindmiarlsh, Molos,.and .Iobbi, J?1.s) Irving Martin pleasuled guilty, to beisg.drunk and dis orderly, at Sihellharhor, aid paitLa fine of i0s., and is. Gd costs. Iliodnmarsh..y. Smnitlh.-Misconduei. in service. Mr. Ilidmnarsh stated: I hired defendant in Sydnery. I po disco the agreement. :It is fbr twelve months. Dethl dant is to milk, and make himself. generally ,useful, and his wife was tado lhousowolk,. On Smsiday morningg last, fronm whalt I heard, I went to the milking-yarl and saw defelndant. lie was, as I holieve, tipsy, or sniferilig frolom the ellfets of.drink then. It is hiis.hnsiness to bhinig p tie cows ailso, niid on Sdelay oevening hle was it there to .do this, and several cowas .were msilked before he -camne .-into . the yard. .I ppoke to dlefendant aboutt leaving, a isis ,,ife was not satislied, and oflbredl to let him go ulion payinlg me the expenses of the agent, hut he declined. I i...

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THE CHINESE SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 August 1860

S THE CHIINEsE SHEEP. EFrno TUE MARK LASE EXRESS] T was stated in a paper read at a meeting of the Society of Arts in London, on the 8th of Febru ary last, that Chinese sheep had been introduced into England by Mr. Rutherford Alcock, Vice consul at Slhanghae, who, in 1854, had shipped several of them as a present to Prince. Albert. The Prince in 1855, presented three ewes to the Lotldot Zoological Society. Lord Ducie also tad some; but on tihe death of this aInmented nobleman, tile sheep were either lost or dispersed. In the London Zdological. Gardens tihe increase of lambs was so great that it was considered a nuisance. One ewe had ldive lambs, another four and n third three, thus makling twelve lambs from three owes. Not having accommodation, and not wishing to be overrun with Chinese sheep, which were not very attractive to visitors the keepers actually used the lambs as fresh food for.lions and tigers till the breted was extinct; not withlout remembrance however, for MIr. Bar le...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVAL. July 30. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 August 1860

SIHPIING INTELLIGENCE. ! -4-- rAlUIDGED FIOM TIllu n IEAI)D ABND MIflnE.] - PORT OF SYDNET. ARREY.th. Ancrv.'.. July "30. TIlawnrra, steamer, 20;3 tuon, Captain IIu?slar, .from tuho Olvdo River and Ulladulill, 59thlinstant. 'Iassen .gers-.:in the sterago. R. Slaujninug, Agent.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 August 1860

NOTICE. .i::: .. TO ADVERTISERS. iT. .'E beg to inform onr advertising friends, that S' 'we intend in future to render our ..:!. . ADVERTISING ACCOUNTS MONTHLY, t and that advertisements from non-subscribers, must i,: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 S,"bringing out the paper, and it is hoped that their S: .supporters will so far aid the proprietors in their : undertaking. The Examiner may be had at Mr. Dixon's, Central Store, Kinma. Contreacts made for Advertisilng, by the month or quar ter, on very reasonabla terms. -Mr. CoaseLIUs Lso*r has beeon appointed Colleetor or the KiAxtA EIAMInHE. and is asthorises to receive Sany sums due to the proprietors of that Journal. IL: ILAWARRBA 8. NAVIGTION COZPA NY TIME TABLE. ' ' BETWEEN SYDNEY AND KIAMiA. Fnoe SiDNeT ; On Mondy Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, :. ': direct, at 11 p.m. S . . Faox KIAMA: . "EvoDi M...

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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 August 1860

- IllAt l Y.\E IIATUIIIAX ..... Aug. JI 6 01 r 16 16i SUNIl)AY . 6J II) .518 I 6 53 56: 81 18 50vs~a'r.... · 11~ l 7 65! IDt TlE EZXAMRINERZ. 5V110,1811E~D E:.'E11Y.W\EDNspDaY A~D SAI'CUflLDY.

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WOLLONGONG POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JULY 30. (Before Mr. John Garrett.) [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 August 1860

IVOLLONGONG POLiCE COUR 7'. MONDAY, JULY 30. (Ftro. T I1e ItTAWAIIA EXPerESS.) (Before Mr. John Garrett.) GEoItoE BAtIETT, .farmer anid' laborer, of Berkely, was charged by Mr. John' Bright with having obtained goods to the value of ,£6 12s. undor false pretences. Constable Thompson deposed io the fact of having apprehended the prisoner. Mr. John Bright deposed that on Monday, July 9th, the defendant caime to him and said he wished to pay his-account, and hsked him (deponent) to draw an order on his aceount, which deponent did, and which said order Barrett signed. I)Deponeut would not have given ,himi any more goods had Ihe not been under the impression that the order was a good one and would he paid. The defenda;nt tihen obtained 24 yards of doeskin, a coat of the value of 21s., three pennyworth of buttons, 1 pair of boots, 2 shirts, 46 lbs. of sugar, a chest of tea, a shirt, amounting altogether to the sum of £(i 12s. 3d. The order was drawn on Spier rind Mciklejohn. .Deponent.dep...

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THE WEATHER AND THE FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 August 1860

STuie. WNEATIIEa a'D u Ti e PFoons.-It .is nitich to be fearire tilht the distriot: of' Braid wood is about b litu' tlhe scone of a flood, likely to be more disastcrobus'inlit effects than the .dire ftdl visiationis of' Februaiy last. On Saturday, alter a month or more of unuosualy fine weather, a change took place, and a slight drizzling rain comnmeuccd to foll shortly after noon. Towards niight, however, the shoewers began to got heavier, an.n ifter dark tile mclanc!holy howling of the south-eastery gale, lwhich had seta in, begun to call vividly to tihe recollection of all, tie night which, in February last, carried dcsolation and woe to so many hitherto happy fanilies. All through Sunday and Monday the rain continued with iunibated force, accompanied by fitful gusts of wind, and this morning there was no change ; the same dull dismal patter, with its accomnpanying blasts. All communication with the diggings and other parts of the district is entirely cut off. Jellamatong Creek h...

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[FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.] Sydney, 30th July, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 August 1860

{enOstOUR cYDNEY COIRIlESvONDENT. Sydney, 30th July, 1860. TuIlls montih is taking its departure in the midst of storem and tempcst,:it is to be hoped fthat we will not meet its successor in the same " witches in Macbeth" sort of weather. Since .my last communication the rain has been al most incessant, accompanied by driving stqualls and hurricanes veering round the compass. The damage here has not been very great; a few verandahs have been made to perform won derful gyrations, and sheets of heavy metal sides for once and away resembling that more scarce comnnodity of the strong box, took unto them selves wings. In a sanitory point of view it may perhaps do good and clear out some of the accu mulation of filtllh in the back slums of thei city. So far as we have eseerttineed the shlippln, have escizped pretty well ind no lives hivne b'een lost. Several captains of vessels describe the gale ouit siilode tod have bien very severe, andil heir tcsti mounyis confirmned by tlhe largo quan...

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ULLADULLA. July 31, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 August 1860

ULLAiD)ULLhA. July 31, 1860. W hllave been visited with a week's continual rain. On Fridlny nighllt (thie 20th) and towards Saturday evening, it was evidlent that we wvero to have an other flood. ''he rain did not fall so heavily as on former occasions, but it continued much more regular and a deal longer too. Tihe creeks have not 1 been so high as in February last, but the ground is much moroe saturated with water, which will greatly impede the whceat-sowing that remaits to be.dono yet, as well as spoil much of what hlas been sown already. We were a whole week without any mails, either by land.or sea. The post-boys allege that they could not travel owing to the flood at Shoalhaven, which they say was quite as highas the great flood in the monthl of February last; and the steamer colul not make a passage owing to tihe fact that there lhas eien a violent gale on thie coast all the week, veering from south to eTst alternately, with a dreadful sea runninig, which, at times, might be he...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 August 1860

COLONIAL EXT? A CTS. We exirnct from the Empire thlo following sacodunt of the frcesh floods at Windsor: 0 July 20.--It again becomes my pninful dnty to 'acquaint you of the fact of tiho. IIawksbury being again inundated. This, as you aro awarero, is the third.visitation of the kind weo havo had this year, eindis attended, as on each preceding ocension, with Sthe miost disastrouis results. The present overflow Sis n i?o'of the river thirty-eighlt feet perpendicularly, having attained to within two feet of the flood in April last; we do not see now, as in April, stacks "of hay, wheaot, &c., floating down the river, for so much devastation was. wrought at that time, the principal part, if not the vwhole of the produce being vwashed away, that there was little or none left in that line to lose. It will be in the recollection of many of your renders tlhat in the April flood the farmers lost the whole of their seed, nd il nd nothing wvherewith to sow tlheir laud; it is also a fac...

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A GIGANTIC CONCERN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 August 1860

ltii J ii ' rbI 'IfTa'V Vt od; torn tu Rilay Conipiny!'fi'o~i' th bfollo v n' ,; i~t4tenamht:-:,? t.' ?-.::;.-;1 iag d:..' doit 1 I ?The:capital of? thle Cominpay cxce?ds .£83,000,000 , onu'lo t: c l.rovcnue i .t ... (3,()00,00 i' ?.nmber of servants in cotnstnns g.. ',?" 0"dipl?:j m?.n't.ii abolit'"..'' ;','.:i.'-" . ;." 0? 'h'o iiember u :d n'stti is (goo d ...nd, passengera) is . " .J."'" ':,: 345 [hTh number of passongcrs carriod'j?: . antiunally is ,. .. ',:- 1, 0500,000 Thei nnmbers If miles travolled'.by.· I .':. pasengers ... ..,. 242,000,00 Oho tons of mechnndiseo, roil, .. & , sci" rid snnually, taboait . S.. I ' ...O. Z,0.,00 Tl'ioo'uniljei• of trains run annunlly' 2.0,000 !"tl'li' nihni ber-of miles nrun by tr'ins :'''t " ! - ainnually, upwards of ... : ''' ,000000 : The number of raiwvays with which : ,' ' on., traffio-is Interchanged, is ... .:. O . -: " : Tio number of rates for goods in uso :.,e Is ... ... ... .. 470000 diifo for passengers' firo aboun " . ',...

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