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DISCOVERIES IN EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 August 1860
DisovElxes IN Eovarr.--Mr. Angust Morleitc, an * eminent French nrchaooogist, writes fromn Egypt thab thoohs discvorcel the rcnmins of a ]arge pel?co in gronito in the imlmediate vicinity of tho Sphfnix. IHo tolkcs this palaco to be that of Cheplhreno, who bouilt the groat pyramid. No losa thlint sevcn a. satnues of this prince havo bren found in the .. ..iatl co ....
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.] PORT OF SYDNEY.ARRIVAL. August 2. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 August 1860
SSIIIPPING INTELLIGENCE. .[ABRRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND )EMPIRE.] PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVAL. August 2. IILLAWARRA (s.), 200 tons, Captain Fletcher, from Mrer mnbula, .2nd instant. Parssongers-Mr. roedll, anld 2 in tih steonigeo. COASTERS INWARDS. August 2. SSoramento, from Bellambi, with 53 tons coal. August 3. ; Corlinn, from Bellambi,-with 55 tons coal. COAETERS OUTWAnDS. August 2, Souvenir, for Bellhmbi. August 3. J'. Colinn nmd Warlock, for Bellambi.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 August 1860
N:·'EOTIcES. '. TO ADVERtTISERS. *'V7PT beg to inform onrandvertining friends, tint VTwe intend in future to rendcr our ADVERTISING ACCOUNTS MfONTHlLY, end thatandvertisemente from non-sub~scribers, naust in dli casee be paid for when broo~lht to the otice. This irrangnment hlas become necessary, to eanble .the proprietors to meet the large outlay incurred its 'bringingr out the papcr, and it- is Inopcd that thcir supporters will no far aid the proprietors in their Sundertaking. The lrasn~ioer may be had el Mlr. Dixon's, Ventral Store, Kiama. Costreets made for Adeertisieg, by thle month or qear ter, on very rensononelo terns. M~r. COasesNseLU EeakrT lies bees appointed Colleetor or tine KIrAnr Ex~suses, ned-is esthlorised to reeeiee asy nesmos doe to thle proprietors of that Journal. Iz~LAwaRaa 8. NAvIGTIONr coM~PaNY * TIMIE TABLEI. BETWEEN SYDNEiY AND K~IAMA. Tasan SYDNoY;- n Mon doany Tucenays, Wednesday, and Thursday, dtlreet, at 11 pu.m :· vory: M\onday and Friday, st 9Ol am., ...
PRODUCE AND STOCK CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 August 1860
J Y'hl rIC; pODUCE AND STOCK C1RCU LAli. SFlonr.-Stooks are very light, and althongll queotation, .&lt;nrdr withoat ltCeration, prices mnst rally, unless some "isupdrtatious dome supeedilyto hand ; in fieet se are at a hles to eccohnt for thue proe't itnactivity. WVo lnve sold -"during thu week a few smoll parcels of" fine at £23. per •ton; also a asuoll pasrCel of (aolego ao 4S9s per bsirrel.. 'Theso'prices may bo tuken oan fair wholcsale quota ?' tilois. Wbent.Vrtma sasme.s oqf Adotatdo and 'aouneostos o roefirm at 9o 6d per bushel. We placed iin the early 1port of the week a parcel of aiout 300 bnshels at los, .butts Gd per buhshel ca he obtained for aony quantity of . prime. Bosraf snd Pollard arn stillin good denmnd, and sell readily at Is 3d per bushel for tite fermer, anl Is 3d to Is 4d per hsltoel thuo latter. . We have sold during th iveeb about tea tonts at qnotatious. M"" eez.Wo hbavesobl daring the week about 1200 hIs. at ns Id to 3 d 3iter bushel; olao a prcel '...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 August 1860
COM\IEROIAL INTELLIGENCE. W. extract the following from tile Iherald of the 'Sth inistant: 'The hiaif- 'early general mecting of the oharechohlers of the' Comnie'rcial Blanking Company was tield' at noon. 'TIhe reporitiio 1 dopted, and a dividend at tho rato of '15 per cent. per ennon wncas declared. The net profits for ! all year was £27,503 is. Sd., and after paying thle dividend the undivided balance 'corried to noet half ,eoiRsarraount anmounts to £305t3 4s, 8d. M[r. It. Jones ehas elected a director it the noom of Mr. Thomas Stinner, e ho rotiredt by rotation. Mr. Jona es, E. Ebs north, andl Si hIenry' Wa'tson Parhor, '.night, rero elected auditors. ,Ter t . S A. HIcald of Saturday lost reports o? ~uflddr- [UInle'ss otheri ele eaprescil, the prices qnoted in thisf "rtiele ain those in transactions b etieen the producer n aiid tie first n,,'hacxser.J Floar renlains at £'25 fi~r fio\.' and £23 tar second anlity, ler ton' of 5000 lhs. Vhleat, 8s ed to 9sper bushtel. Diet r adl 3dp...
FURTHER PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 August 1860
FUR TII~1IL' ROR 0 CAITION OF rjrr Tnn followingr proclamantion oppearrcd in Toes day's Gocctfc: W:''Thereas thle Parliomcnt of Ncw South Wanles fl'·-ow stands prorogu~ed to Tuesday, thle oevcnthl ;,da~i of Anugrot next: Now, I, Sir William Thomas Denioso, ia pursuance of thoe powrcr and authority in me vested, as Governor of trie said colony~, do hereby furthecr prorogiue thle said Par .A iansent to Tuo day, thoe fourth daly of September oow noxt dsnsorng...·
JAMBEROO. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 August 1860
[ooaiasuaoseA'itn.3 l'tia ordo~li ricfiii seon'tlielr?' \Vct and uhjiitV roads ~nra; thotl~oior j filay f~-::hniiud isitli'riitl it' 'is g~Ci'uuiify us"in tpriudusorva thu umpnrovamointuuwluslu alrc ol' 'l-j mniot'siihly~o cuu reu'neain 'Shn ii ul adllljoining$ aiseuli "ho1,onio rlu~o h'u~ ;remntly rniitriiotol(l d IlchLaCrook wan, foulnd ~to ho an sisesihi~nhiei arqniii ';siluon dourm"k'~ fllitein'Ilreas~ll~t rsiins an~llit 'is to ho hopafl'flsat' n~n irjinaro serrious accidon;tas sif 'occur. ;, 'st this pilnon, 'ssliiu'lh, ist'lo ngn ancs 'wa s osnointed I, wmithl circmamtanonc ola ·fiitnl natnla. ic 5o :roe-1 I :;tore roforrodl to acoma~to answer. its ultCnldcd per posers odn rably; and~ univeroal tontimany as to the gtloonuinonosor of the 'work, rollects Cise hiehest 'I(;honoruipon 0" its opiritofi contralctor. Wnotlk~bhor sour~ceofiziidnita santisfaction is found so 1'Chs duibetitintl improvement fciosid on thle reid. coumenmce~nat fhc foot of thle .Tarnbcroo Ilullan :.:proceod...
QUARTERLY REPORT. Shoalhaven Municipal Council. July 28, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 August 1860
QUARTERILIY REPOR'T. Shoalhavon M?unicipal Council, July 28, 1860. This being thl third quarterly meeting of the Council, tile following Report of its proceedings during the pas't quarter is hereby respcctfnlly sub. mitted. There han been nino meetings of the Council and two adjournments during the qunartcr now ending. 'T'ho attendanco of tlie members has been as follows: Present at Mcctings. A Absent. The WVorshlipful thue MIayor ... 9 niL Alderman Moss . . 7. , .-. " dcGero .... ....6 '.. 3 ,, Dice ...... 6:i ... 3 , Iunro ..... .... ,. .6 ... "3 ,, McIGrath..........,. .6..o 3 The correspondence hls beenr athor copious, and of a very important and serious character. Twenty nine letters were written by ordesr of the Council, on suhjects cmbraiong grave questions. This cor respondence haviing been regularly laid •before the Council, with the replies, and other letters receivcil, has guided, in a great meassre, the deliberstions and decisions of the body. Rcsides the above, thie tlh...
COURT OF REQUESTS, NOWRA. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1ST. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 August 1860
c 'li i - . COonTO nPOF EQUl3STS, NOWOA. WiVDNESDAY, AMUUST 1ST. ,;:iB3eforo tho Mayor, Koennth M'Kcnzie, names Thomson, Andre' Do Mostro,-and James W: , addington, Esqrs., J.P's.) S ARMSTRONG V. HALL. Fi,: our pounds -nino Shillings for a sot of cart har 'ness. Dcefcniant denied the signaturo.to the ordor ' 'Torhliirness, but the majority of the Bench *on . oniparing til signaturo with others produced, ' "decided that it was his signature, and gave a Tor i Adiet for the amount and costs. ,IODGKINSON T. TOTEY. S:For.£2. lill doelivercdfor work; but it proved Stli're had been a clear receipt given by plaintiff since the date of most of thoe itcms in 'the bill. : erdict only for 10s. and Is. 21. coats. M ; • ' iNESTRIE V. A,\D'ONB.. Ten pounds damages for ovcrholdling land and :,,.promisos. Plaintiff clearly proved the ilainages. ;.erdict for 'full namount nnd costs.
MEETING OF DELEGATES. THURSDAY, 2ND AUGUST, CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 August 1860
nZE:TI Y6' 01,' D.ELGATES. T'IIUcInsY, 2ND AUnUSir, CONTINUED. T'r litAYoi moved the introduction of a new clause which lie thought would meet the views of Aldermen Moss and Councillor Graham in the matter of the Electoral Roll. IIe thought that every Mutnicipslity should havesRoll of its ownVI. At tle last election t Kianma parties hod come to vote whlo had not p id the taxes, and wsebn tie vote was in coosequoence refused, tlhy had then paid the rates due, whlich hod occasioned inconvenience at the time. IIe proposed to remedy this, asi to require a Roll to be prepared by each Council for its own. guidance. T'ie clause he hail to propose would come in as a new one, and was as follows:- Municipal Electoral Rloll.--Every MIunicipal Council shall cause to be made out and oxlibiiteil between the first and fourteenth day of Deecmber" in overyyear, at the Town IIali or other place com monly used as such, an Electoral Roll containing the names of all ratepayers within the M[unicipalty sh...
SERIOUS ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 August 1860
SnaouIs AccnmDNev.-WoVo regret to ]lavo to an nounco that Mr. Jamos Gralhm, of Waughlope, Jamberoo, mot wits a serioos nccident last week. On rcturning from .iama on the evcniog of the 30th nit., Mir. Graham, it appears, who had been riding a young horse, wos thrown, and fell on the crown of his hend uposn a hen, of stoncs opposite to Mr. Perroit's entrance. Hlow long hlo had laid there in not known, hbt the wife of MIr. Francis lirown, of Janmberoo, who was passing, her horse stiiecd in the dusot at somcthing on the road, which calledther attention to it, and stopping to see wehat it was, she heardt a msoaning, and getting off she founl Mr. Graham lying nenrly insensible. With great trouble she got Isim uip, iend lslpinsg him uplon tier own Isorse, ants Ihosling Inim, lshe, witllsdificulty, succeeded in convoying him homo. Dr. Charles was immediately sent for, anti adlmiinistereut the ususl remedinci. It was it first beliovedi that the slnull had bhen fractured, snad little Ihope o...
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 August 1860
COL O.NIAL EXTRA TS. TIrE ROADS AND BRIDGES IN TIrE SOUTII EItN DaSTRttcTS.--We find tire following .re marksin the Goulbrorn Chronicle of Saturday, they are addressed "To Captain Moartindalo, Cirief Commissioner of Railways and internal Communication, Superintendent of .Electric Tele graphs, Under-Secretary for Public Works," &c., in tie form ofa letter. Tire writer says :--"I beg respectfully to draw your attention to the fearful condition--more particularly at tIhe pre sent moment--of tile various roads in this dis trict. First, as to tire state of tire Sydney road between this and Berrima. Let usbegin at the I Ianging Roclk, wlere I believe there are some six men at work. Trhis is assuredly the worst part of tile road, and isone of tire worst places you can possibly imagine; but your contractor in this particular place does not thrink it so bad and is going tire righrt way to make it impassable for horsemen much less teams, or mails which pass here in tile nigrht. It is ...
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. SHOALHAVEN. SHOALHAVEN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. SATURDAY, JULY 28. QUARTERLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 August 1860
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. $ [Fnoa OUn coRncPoaDsoSt?T.] SIIOALIAVEN. SlIOALIIrlI',EN MUNICIPAL CO UIV'Th.L SATRvnDA, Jur.y 28.. QUARTERLY rE'ETIN'G. TurE Council met in the Court House, Nowrn, ptlr nsuant to ndjournment, at noon. Present-The Worshipful tie Mayor In the chair,-Aldermen McGuirc, Mhmro, anti Bice, The Town Clerk read the minutes of last taltet ing, which, on the motion of Allcrman Munro, sacoanlcdl by Alderman McGuire, was confirmcd, The Town Clerk rend a letter adlrdrssed to the clerk of the Council at Shellhiarbor, respccting thu proposed meeting of dclegates at Kiama on the 2nd August. Letters wera read: one from the Department of Lands stating that instructions hldl been imuoed for surveying a line of road from Nower to the Barren Flat, to meet the ]raidwood rodsI one from the Honorable the ,Islnister for Works, aenotscing that the state of the Croolthaven tivcer, shohld ba brought under the notice of the Engineer-in-hCicf~ one from the Colonial Secretary's onfice, ac...
PARRAMATTA DISTRICT COURT. MONDAY, JULY 30. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 August 1860
*P,;;I~rRli4AiTTA1 DISTRI~'T COURT. -4----- MNoEDAY, JUiv 80. B: EORE H~enry Cary, ~Esqj Judge. '1 Shor~tly aftee thle openling of thoe Court, the ;judge delvecred thle following judgment. HAWOOCYIO V. GARRIETT. ··In thss case, whlich was ass action for libel, ·tried bofore a jury st thce Diotrict Court, Wohl :ongong, in Jeisuary last, and which resulted in ar vcrdict for tho defendant, M~r. Meygmott i.moved at the last Court' at Wohlongong, for a new triarl, on the ground thant the verdiet wss ngainst law and evidenCe. It wYas then settled ihat I should defer my judgment on that suction and makte it k~nown to-day, in thin Court, in order to enable eounsel on either aide to furnish me withl authorities in! support of thleir respee tive argumentls, or, should thecy fail to do no, that I utigit hanve leisure and opportunity to satisfy nay own mind on the subject.· Thle action seas in respect of a libel alleged to hlave been publishecd in tiso ftllcwrro Mter·cury of thle 27th~ October ...
FRIDAY, 3RD AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 August 1860
FRIDAYt, 31) AuUOsT. Mceting resumed at ton o'clock. 1'rcsent--Tho Mayor, Aldcrmen Moss. M[unro, and MIillcr, and Councillors Graham, and Moles. Aldcrmnn Mossmoved--"TIhat in consequenco of the abscco of the delegates from two of the Councils, the meeting adjourn to some future day, and that tho Municipalitics throughout the colony bo invited to senui delegates to Kiama." After some discussion, this motion wans with drawn, andl thl meeting proceeded with the further colnsideration oftho Act. The Chairman proposed the following new clause giving power to enter lands, &c., which was put and carried unanimously :-" Thlt tho Council of every Mnunicipality shall have thu power to usestone, timber, or such other building material, from any land in tits occupation of a ratepayer, an may bore quired for thu improvement of the public rondo, provided that in such cases as tlo occupier, pro prictor, or lessee, shall he worrking or quarrying such materials for the purpose of trade, that...
VICISSITUDES OF A MILLIONAIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 August 1860
VICISSITUDE(S OFd MILLION.JIRE. .4 fEIoss Tas 5OLY5ESC5.. AT the timo of-our story, there was an auction store near tile Bourso. The Viscount Robert N. Do P-was twenty five years of age, had nf income of 25,000 livros, with good looks, an illustrious name, and could have made a very brilliant marriage. Hie ought to have been the happiest man in tile world. He had only one regret--he had noth ing to do. " He was unhappy at his happiness. The constant tranquility of life fatigued him. He needed a little bitter in his cup of perpetual sweets. liut heaven refused to grant it to him. He resolved to fly to other lands, there seck the fatigues, the sufferings, the novelties he lacked. So, five years ago, he entered by chance an auction room, just as they were putting up a capital portable writing desk. lie was about to travel, and it was just what he needed; so ho bought it for three hundred francs, It probably cost more than ten thnes the sum. In the interior there were compartments for e...
SNAKE KILLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 August 1860
Ste lex (LL~snS.- Mr. Hampton Gleeson has lately brought from India one female and thrce male specimens of the Indian ichencumon, commonly called the mangouste, or snake-killer. The pair has been presented to the Botanic Gardens, and the two remaining males to Mr. Elliott, of thelsGlobe Inn, Rundle-street, in whoso possession we saw them on ,Tuesday. They arc abdut tise size and color of ferrets, with elongated bodies, low on the legs, heads small and pointed, eyes susceptible of being covered with a niccitating membrane, ears short and rounded, feet with five toes, armed witlh sharpish retractile claws, tails long and pointed. Tihe ichneumon of Egypt, which is much larger, and in some degree resembles the cat, has been said to "present a lively image of a beneficent powver, perpetually engaged in the destruction of those loathsome and dangerous reptiles whiche propagate. viths such terrible rapidity in hot and humid climates." For this reason the Egyptian ichsneumon was adored in a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 August 1860
Tcrmns Adveri]rsng.--]Foar line and unor..;...... 2 o Sin . 2 6 lht ..... 3 O , Every ndcditionsl lino ..... 0 0 3 Suhcription--Pcr quartidr in advneno .... .. 8 " A tho end of the Warter ..... o 0 Sirn glo copies, each. . 0 6 Tho qUarters enld on. the Instday ofJuno, Soptomber, December, and March, roapeclivoly. K(AMA:--Prlnte andp ebllihbe by. the prnprlhtor tILIYIOA lnvzo,'of Klaeea at thu Lcaniit" 'GencrM I rletlu|oiuno Shealhanen.atoret,• Hllma, aenreejid, Welacladay,Anuha.., 8nh nsao