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BINGHAM'S ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE OF AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 August 1860
B?INGAM's ILLUSTRATED. CATALOGUE OF AGRio CULTURA,- IMrPLEENTrs, &c.-Mr. Bingham, of York-street, Sydney, has lately been. circulating a catalogue of Agricultural iilpliments, machinery, as on sale at his stores. The: pamphlet has been. "brought out in a very creditable style, by Mason and Co, do Sydney. The illustrations are very numerous, representing some of the most promi fient artieid':'on view at the stores'; they are wood adts, and. appear to be, rewarkanby wyell; executed, while the letter-press and the paiper are both of a "'d?cription. nqt usttalfy seon' in such a work. In alooking ovr 'the list for any thing that' might te found likely't6 be useful to the settlers in this dlis ,trict, .we met. withh al illustration of a patent American churn of whiich the following description is given:--"One of its recommendations is its great simplicjty. It operates on a beautiful princi ple, viz., the mechanical action of the air, (which is mingled with the cream in such a mann...
JOURNEYMEN BAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
O'! ' ip.r hy eve . nin?i ,Rplibhci ictin wns 'lil'd 1i: 'the'- School of' Arts; Pitt?street, '"to :tal~ il 'iillto con s jideratioins tho r reasonable ianndjust iclhinis:of i theo iejoiurneymen bakers tobo pu ..in possessidni of the righs, pIriviligdes;,pd aepjoymceints of.other portions of the industrious clssegos, ; fndlto euiurtistht i vsyom otwileof flvo ihours day labtor bo adopted i satoad of,"nas heeitofora' Stuniday work, l ?ight -6rl, and uinilimlited houirs." Thoi minotiiik was well atteindled i "' Mr J.1'emell,' iT. .A.; occupied the chailr :?:?l'hel: Chairinan stated tlhoir object was to dboaway ., with Sdnila, baking, and tosliorten tlid'hoirs of d. dily tqil.,h He did not!tlhinkl ahnlarder,. workinI ',p?,ple .existed, thnn the journomoen baleors; :Obh Sjeetions had bee'i raisd tolthi prulohibitioni of is: Sday, blakii, 'that it 'iould .procnt may failis 'attendieg cliurch li; hdidnot tlhink:so for le' found * 'from his'experienco that very few of tlioss who;hl id thei...
EIGHT HUNDRED AND THIRTY-FOUR OUNCE NUGGET. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
EInour IilT kitED ANn) TiriTia cOun OtiNcE ? NUGGET.-- A nugget, weighing 831' ozs. bas 'Inbe found at Ballanrat, at a depth of 100 feet. .T?h? ,Sta, says:-O,, Friday afteirnoon cons?id? able excitement was manifested ?mong. ,tlie miiietrs on the Golden Poilnlt Lead, when it be canome' known that the Koh-i-noor Company had, discovcred a nugget of considerable size., Tile news ran through the town like wildfire, and it .turned out to be perfectly corrct. F'rom in formation suppliedl by one of the company, ws learn that the nugget, wlnich mwenighs 8834 ozs., was discovered between 1 and 2. o'clock on Friday afternoon, about 400 foet froil tihe sur : face. , At first it wuas taken foraqnarit boulder, but ai toucli of a pick dispelledtlhe illusion, and eixhibited to view tlle .ghttering metal. In shape it resembles a.leg pof mun~ton, is.14 inclIes .. ligan iearln to tet.'it irtlh.i 'Thlnosgget, a?s reimnaklthb!y i?eo frdoni qiuarinz.:r dirt,. and is. ""cy..., et About 8 o'clo:k ino of t...
KIANDRA DIGGINGS A 27LB. NUGGET FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
-KIMHN)RA. DI)GGINGS ,::u:A 27Ln. NUGGET FOUND. (FRnoMe THE .EMIPIRE.) xy?,R'exciting news reached Sydney yesterday from thbo Snowy Rivcr. Captain M'Lcrie re ceived an offici'l communication (which he has obligingly handed to us for perusal) announcing thieo:finding, at Surface 1111, of a lump of gold weighing twenty-seven pounds. This splendid nugget'was obtained by a party of five mnuen within a~ir inches of the surface, tnd Ihas been lodged an the hands of Mr. Commissiouer Cloete for safe custody. Crimne is stated to be on tlhe do clin. Thie cold hIas been intense, but those who could worlk.are doing well. Our Kiandmra cor ' respondent,.who is on his way down, was at Queanbeyan on the 5th. Thle escort had been detained at the crossing-place of the Tumitut Sriver for nine days in cotsequence of the floods It erqssed in safety, however, oni Saturday, and ahreoched Goulharn on Tuesday.. Thdo escort '.brings from Kiandra, 1375 ounces; from Tam-. b:cruniba, 76 ounces.; fromt Biaidwood...
MELBOURNE. Wednesday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
MEILBOURU NE. Wednesday, 8 p.m. In the Council last night MIr. Fellows an nounced that the Government would not put the orders in Council in force without tile reso lutions being submitted to both Houses. On this Mr. Bennett withdrew opposition, and a conference was asked of the Assembly in the Upper House. It was evident that some disap pointment existed in the Cabinet, but iso an nouncemnllt was made. This afternoon MIr. Nicholson moved the adjournment of the House in consequence of two Cabinet Ministers having resigncd--7lMessrs Service and Francis. An explanation is promised to-lnorrow. It is understood that MIr. Service considered his stand on the Order in Council had been negatived by Mlr. Fellows in the Upper House. Flour and wheat marlket inclining down wards. The Suffolk, from London, was off Cape Otway at 4 p.m. On Tl.ursdoy ofternoo. n iilo MIr. Grant, tido ourvcyor, with four men, wore going alongside tho City of IManclhstor, which had just arrived from Liverpool, the bo...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) MAITLAND. Wednesday, 4 p.m. MAITLAND RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
TELEGRAPIHIC INTELLIGENCE. (isarDoeD FRoM TiE IERnsLe AND E.s.e .) MAITLAND. Wednesday, 4 p.m. lAITTLAND RACES. .... Tue course is in 'fino condition, but h'lesvy. MnAIDEN PLAT.--TQ mile. Io .................................. 1 ''Talleyraud ...... .......11 .. Marcella.................. 3 Time, 3 minutes :35 secnds. i Ninehorses staried intliis.raoed j ice X,; - Io wasthe favorite. : MAIrrTLAND Towr PLTE. 2 miniles. Shamrock ....... ........ ... 1 Lauristia ......:;;? ... 2 ' Ben Bolt .................1.:3 . Time, 5 minutes 19 seconds. Tifs was a splendid race between Lauristina and Shamrock. Ben Bolt was the favorite at starting, but came in very much distressed. * HUNTER RaIVER STAKES.---I mile .heats. First Heat.-Egremont, 1; Cossack, 2;, Maid of Australia; 3. Second Heat.-Egremont, 1; .Tranby, 2.; Cossack, 3 ; Miid of Australia, was dra?\ : Ha'ick race not' yet?illed r ': ' Snco:', n Thuirstla , Up m. LStacors DPa. C:. ommus . ..'.l.;&lt;.:........ . ... ; .. 1 r o:u... ...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
COIMlERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Tnd Sel-. Ilerald of Satrrday last reports as 'under- -CUnlessothorwise expressed, thie ptrices quoted in tills article aru thoose ill transactions between tile producer and the firsot purcaser.) Wheat.--Thlo stock of homo grorw wheat lhas long sinco bean exhausted, and'nothing but imlportcd to be hdl. Valparaiso is north 7s to is 3d per bl.; Tasmanian and Adelaide, 8s to 8s Gd iper bluhel. Flour.-A reduction of £2 per toe took place to-daty, the millers now quoting fine at £23, and sccontd quality at £21, per ton of 2000 lbs. Bruan, Is 3td per bushel. Bread, Gd lier 2-lb. loaf. SBiscuit.-Mr. Wilkie's quotations: cabin 28s, envy 17s, per 100 lbs. tIr. lhailtont : navy 18s, cabin 28s. plor 100 lbs. Butchers' M'cnt.--Beef, 3d to 2td, mutton 3d to 364, Ipork l dd to Gd, veal d to d perlb. L b Gd per quartto s. , amb Poultry antd Dairy Prodn:e. -.Fowls 3s Gd to 4s, ducks 4s ?l to 59 ld, gose ts to Cs, turkeys 7o to 12g, "ligeo!ts s id to Os, wild ducks 4s 0d to...
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. GERRINGONG. August 11, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
..DISTIICT INTELLIGENCE. [FROI OUR COIsaRSrONIrENT.] QERRINGONG. io . August' 11, 1860. Tie abalaicecof ichools in Gerringng is likely to operato forovil for a lung time to come, even after the cause is 'destroyed by the school-master prose cdting is Iserll 'andil honorable work 'amongst us. So fir.as.this evil could be averted by one schorol, .ihd thlat iniil?Er ti 'cair of a lady, it has been by thait'dn M;unt llamasant, as an oexamination hIehl there on W\tdrlneaiday, fully proved. Tie teacher, Mrs. i1) is, being abuiit to leave there, was irhsirous of hvish g a ?'pulblic exasnmlltidn, arid thio chillrn and tlheir parents resolved on addingl a snocial ten mooeting ins a fricniudly leavc:taking to the "stranger" who fur two )j irs hIilvdlied: and labored munigot tlem. It was toihlvie come offlast week, bint the wet wm.ahliccipefni,: iled a postpnouenent. The close of the rlweek Ilking :tolcrably clear, prteparations weraMngnin cognienciedilol ?onday, andt ii spits of ,vi'y .kieoas...
PRODUCE AND STOCK CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
PRODUCE AND STOCK GICTRCULAR . ,Flour.-Thiis very important article has decalined inl pr lco folly £lI peor ton. Weo have sold dorim" the week ,a few parcels ot Launcoston and Country. brnuds .t 22 Sper.ton; also . parcel of old. flour at £14 per ton. The mnarket is too unsettled at presolt, to admit of delll o" lit quotations.' : XWleat.-thlis cereal has declined in price in conso qceno-- of a heavy arrival from Califoria, and tlhe a- latoo of the Electra's cargo being olibred tor sale. e\\: quote,:for primo sample.s, s Gd to Os per bushel. l Bran and Pollard.--The former is worth Is li to Is d( .per bushel; tlo latter, is Id to ls ad per bushel. We ..have sold, during the week. about twenty tons at quotal ,tlons. o, 3aize.--There hls been large anrrivls duriog tie week. We have sold about 4000 bls. at from 8s to 3s 2d iper bushel. ' Barley.--Eglislh and Cape, liotlh are very sbarco. aud s'orth 4a per bushel. Oats.--Not so much in demand; are worth 3s Gd to Bs od perhl. Loierne Hiy...
THE REFORM BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
THE REFORM BILL. Amongst tho foremost domestic ovents of the prcsent month is the withdrawal of the Reform Bill. Our niotes of tho procecdings of Parliament will con vey a tolvrably clear notion of the measures by which Mii.ters havo been compelled to abandon all thoughts of reform for the present session. \VWhen Lord John tRussell statcd in the IHouse of Co mnmo; that the Govornment did not intend to procced with the bill, there was no sense of surprise. OUt of' doors we halv had of aInto little or no agita tin on the subject of Parliamentary IReform. IReform meetings have indeed been held here, but tie country has, on thie whole, treatced overy attempt to get up cthustiasm on the question with stoical al)athy. . '.l's w Sr.s'rtII. has atlnst taken a change for the better, alnd tihe last two or tlhree days have been fair and brighit. How long this happy disposition may manifest itself, it is hard to say, for although to-day the sky is clear, with to-morrow we may have more clouds a...
HORSE MARKET. Messrs. Burt and Co. report [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
*HORSE Al3tIKET. Messrs. Burt and Co. report A fair amount of Iusiess durinog the past weok. De mands aro steady, and flesh horses sell readily and well. A feov country lots hlave come in silnce last report, all of which lhave ben cleared oil without lillioulty--ollo lot of' •1.- colts, three and four years old, from Dspto, lrangcdl from £12 to £231; another lot of 7, from the IlHonter, Lronghlt tan average of £18. HlCeavy draughlt horses hIave gono to £38, and gig Ihorses fi'om £23 to £34 ; hackneys at all prices from £Li0 to £30. Stroog horoes ore much ;:i., domooi, anod can be sold without dilliucolty at market ates.
RECRUITING FOR THE POPE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
IECIRUITINCG FO TIE POPE. This mocvemenrt has rcently bLcguI to assume larmillg proportions. Volunteers hive been leaving Ireland in lInlgo number, anld, as mfr a?s can be as certainedr friom otatemenito on tile sublject in thle pro vincial journ:rls, it is likely to prove as successful as its projector:; courhl desire. More pIersons, hoIweOver, ire already preparedl to proceed to IRmelC than tlhe secret coinirtteec in Lolndon canll forward, aind di rections were consequently given, a shor t timne ago, to thIe ageonts in Ireland, to stop recruitinsg for the piescint, as thie place of rclnlcevollus in Lollndon wvas qiuite frll. hut these iustructions nlllear to belittle heeded, a?s wo lav not hoard of .iy cessation ofthe enlistments. Among the chivalrous volunteers are a number of the Irislh constabulary force; but we have not ascertained how many. All this takes place in spite of the proclamation or police notice, which, as weo mentioned in our last numbor, has been isaucd on the su...
LABOR MARKET. Messrs. Haigh and Brown report [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
LABO t MARKET. MIessers. Haighl and Brown report -Business is still (lull, the we;llher contiuuinng unfavor jlo to ourt door operation., Oor marhlet is tirir sop alied wilh Ilaor. Ti e rrivl of tli Tldor, switli miti ro.ls, m0tv y I oon exlpecteud, lwhen e may antlicilpto iumeroos oaderl to. hire fiom b ard ship or otherwise for onatry aituatios. 'hllo following are the ceutrent ratea, iz :--With hoed andl lodging, or hIt, room ltnd rotio,? Jer aonnuom . ?'arried couplei, £.2 to £55; farmini men, -SO to £35; grooms,.£35 to £50; slhtpherds, .£28 to 30; ht.keepers, £25 to £28 ; caf'pnters, £5'2 to £80 ; lIullansmittli, £60 to £,SO; coolks ud l;lqltIlreeseEjc2(i o £3'10; aneral srv..o ti, C'Ot)lo £26. - S k. -. * ^ ^- &lt;-.
THE GREAT EASTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
TIlE GREAT EASTERN. The GrentEaistern, appoi'nted to saii for America on the afternoon otfJnol 16th, did not leave, owing to tihe Southomtpton Waters, until thoe morning of Sutd:y, 17th June. 'IThe weather was thick and stormy, but shle pssCed through the NeedCleO, and by the evening she wvasin sight of Plymnouth. Paddle antd screw going, but no canvss set. She carr:cd only iforty pasenllgers. Shie is hound for New Yotlk. The conmmanders of several home lward boult shilps report hanvitg sightled her. The captain of the Ascclcion, which Ihas arrived at F;l tmouth frtmu Iiavanah ul ta tes that Iohe pai:cd the reoat .lhip at 10 a.m. on the 18tht June, it lhtitude ,i 30 N., longitude 8"'4 W.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.] PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVAL. August 8. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. iABIIDOGED FROI TIIE IIERIALD 1YD Z[DPIR;.] PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIvAL. Augusgt 8. XIAMA, steamer, 244 tons, Captain Ioanslow, from tihe Clydo River 7th ionsta. l'assengars-l-r. and MIrs. Walker, Mrs. Flynn, 1D in tihe steerage, one prisoner, and one constablo. MIlimosa, steamer, 210 tons, Capltain lMailler, from MXorimbnla nr d Ulladolla 7th instant. Passengers Mlrs. Wilson, Ilessrs. \Williams, Smith, Cohen, Ilival, Langhorne, Dr. Ieomano, Mr. Davies, and 15 in the steerage.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
NOTICE. S TO ADVERTISERS. T:ITE bg to inform our advertising friends, that T we intend in future to render our ADVERTISING ACCOUNTS MONTHLY, " 'and that advertiscments from non-subscribers, must - in all cases be paid for when brought to the office. .This arrangement has becomd 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 Exzaminer may be had at Mr. Dixon's, Central Store, Kianma. SContracts made for Advertising, by thes month or quar ter, on very reasonable termns. Mr. Cons?els LE?dTT has been' appointed Colleotor t?rtlC.AxTin A ExAnaInlf, and is authiorised to receiver any sums due to the proprietqra of that Journal. ILLAWARRA S. NAVIGTION C OMPAZBY TIME TABLE. BETWEEN SYDNEY AND KIAMA. FRno SxNDSY; On Mondny Tuneday, Wednesdny, and Thursday, direct, at 11 p.m. Fno0M KIAMA : Every Monday and Friday, at 9 n.m., :and' on. Tuesdays * an...
COASTERS INWARDS. August 8. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
COLSTER INRWARDS. August 8. Illawarra, from Wollongong and Kiamn, vrith 57 kegs butter, 2 cases eggs, 12 Ipigs, and? 1. calves. Auguso 10. Janet, from Shoalhaven, with 425 hbags maize, 3 ions potatoes, 8 hoxes G sides baconal, 12 gigs, 4 hides,; War tock, from Bellambi, with 55 tons coal.