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GRAND REVIEW OF THE VOLUNTEERS, ON SATURDAY, 23RD JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
GRAND RlEVIEWB OF THE VOLUNTEERS, (ON.?SiTr1URDAY, 23eD JUNE. * Tins stormyannd thrcentosning 1800 ivill: honceforth. be a memorabloand remembered data in the mili tnry nnnls 6ftllonntion.i Hyd'Parkl sawanirriry such as it lnd not seen for half a. century. An nLmy such'asany general would.be only too glad to findl inmThi'is'inils at the hour bfned roeiduy for ac~ tionQ-wotoiglstsayeven anxious for it-which hase spruinginto existenco -froni the mercantile, profes-, sioall. and'other civil'classes within tho briof sp'aco of it ttelvdmontl, in limunber' close iupon 20,000, representing only: fraction of the .whidlo volunteer force of thoe kiigdom: In stnture snd- sllength, 'ih bearing, in step, in order, and all:that. 'is supposed to.be difficult of necqiisition, even in the case of the. youngest recruits, there was little a gemelicnl might ilasire habd hl to encounter an army (of voterans. Omir radmlrs!aro aware that, exdcpt in thle aso of the vohluntoersin 1803; there never wh's s~ch...
THE REVOLUTION IN SICILY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
.:' .T id RYO?lTION IN SICILY. j The Tia?tin of Juno 23rd, stateo that Gearbladi hold a council of war on the cvening of tho 2lst of Juno, at .which it was unanimnously decided tlint the insurrectional army,. after having collected ill thli nccessary military forccs, should march oil McS Y TlI6 voluntcore brought by Colonel Meniici ar' 'all iioke'd mne, nmbi thlcmn reo officcrs dad sub officers of' enginubrs: One report is, that tli march on Messina will conmmenco on the 28tI ,lino;.an othli6r toeegramn from Tiurin statcs tlhat airibaldi whis;'oih Jun'e 23rd, actuially on the - mar~h.' It is believed in Paris that these announccmbnts are serelya' ruse de guerre. . . . Naples continues to be in a very uneasy condi tion. -A despatch from Vienna says thnt Signor Potrullo has beon.summonsd by King Ipmba to carry,out tho necessary reforms, the, ciniBsry; have recbntly resigned id a body. We do not Iknow ex 'ctly how'theo Government is carried on-. It is assorted that the King has' dismis...
CALCUTTA. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
CALCUTTA. BY ELECTIIO TELEGOIAPI. From the Chamber of. Commerce, Colcuttn, July 14. GCovcrmcnct securities, 16(i: to 17-. Fines, 3 to 3.jdiscount; nad Five and a hlol' per Cents, 2j to 3 premium. Exchangc on London for first class credit at.six-nonth's sight, 2s. 04d. to 2S. O0d. Lxchange, cotton, 30ombnly 9S; freight to London, dead weight, GO ; gutc, (65 to 70; and seeds, 75.
CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
CII[NA. :: Lord Elgin and Baron Gros arrived in China on 21st June.' They iero to 'proccEEd to the north immediately. All troops hIavo left for same direction. Tile rebels lhave dariied all before them. Lo C:oo has fallen into their hands, and it is thought possible that theim disasters, coupled with moderate demand made by the allies, may induce 'the Emperor to tiv andl prevent i hostilities -as hle would thoun: havle a hlrge force at his disposal tosend ngainst tihe rhbols. 'At Sha;sghldi, the utmost consternation prevails.
FROM THE "HOME NEWS." [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
FROMI TIHE "IIOtIE NIE\WS." TImi: STATe OF ]EUROPE.-T1te interview of the Sovereigns at ]iden has, according to a Viecnu telegram, of June 25th, brought about an understandiong betwceen Austria and Prussia-as regards the reorganisation or the military con stitution of tile confederaltion . The Prince l?cgent of t'russlia has invited the Austrial Cabinet to scul a military representa tive to a conference on the question, which will t:a:t ,lace at Badeo. Austria has sent a Cuolonuel of the general staff. lThe Mornin/ Chronicle says that, while at Wilm.:, 1he Emnperor Napoleon made the follow ing a--. riton t, the assembled kings and prin cos: -"I sitccrely ldeclare peace withl all Europe. The Frelnch journals Ihave ever abscrted this. I repeat it to ypur Majestics,?nd Iljghnesses. Those foreign jourinal whbiclh nt.i tMites accused me of wishihg to aggrandiso my terri tories and of wislhing to make war ngainst my neighbdrs arc insthe.interests of my adversaries, arid are tlerefore not'...
ENGLISH SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
ENGLISH SHIPTPING. AIRfIVALS. Fo.lot ?au?.--Catlo Ihoward (sailcd March 25), Coloroon (March O10), Quito (February 1). FaRo.1t NEw Z:rAl.tNr.--IIIlannl , -Iorwood, lMary Ann, Rloyal lride, Zcalandor. DE:I'A ILUI:ES. Faa. SaI)SIT.--FroIt, LonluIO : Canannll.a Cairngorm, Marqluis of Argyle, Nanmoi, \Wavo of Life, Moravini, anl Victorv. Fromn Liver ool IIochkllalgob, Joo. Frout (&lasir;.' : 'Woolloomuouio. . lotl QUa:crs,"AND --oonltmiorrenc. f,'a New ZI:Aina.- ilruce, Caluerusi, IHotd, lien rictta, N6,o:h-m, IlbebrL lHenu lrson, Hlornot, Bride. MELnOURNE, SUNDAY EVEuNINGo. THE Jeddo sailed for Sydn'ey thlis evening. The Imperial Post OtffiCeO authorities have, at the suggestion of the Lords of the Treasury, ex tended rihe contract with the P. aud O. Company, and Sydney is to be tilme terminus as hitherto, in consideration of an additional subsidy of £15,000.
TO OUR ADVERTISING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
TO OU3It ADVI2RT[SING rllE?NDS. TO CO11IEFSPO TDENTS. iti atclryrqe?e that~ letters r lin E~nnnkslr nt, thn li~llt)Inorert )evl tcll ftlsh h . tf'. e~tted by the i nnll~ nntLt adrsso tntin tri ntknr--no unc~~itt y ) 1We cannot unertake t fo rturnt rej n ect comnunnicat.ons WEDNE?SDA 7, AUG L?ST 1?, 1860.
ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE—LATEST TO 27TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
ENGLTSII INT ELTIGrENCE LATESTITO 05T11 JUNE: A collision hastakeonpla'ce botweon the Lord, anrdl the Comnmons on the 'Inape'i diity ilh forimcr having rejected tile bill wahich. hod beciu poIased Iby lh late.ter. The Prince of Wales iq td visitd ? i?:la is great stato, atitendrld by Secretary of State,:lier Majesty's first great officer f the lioius~hlidlil, Ac. Ieo is to sail on the'l10tli of July: ': Mrz. Merry.'s Tho.rmnhby hlis' won tlhi Derby. Butterfly the Oks; anil Rufipee the Ascot Ga'ibaldi lavutiry we0t Polermd bly'"i a.olalant coup, is :s'aid thlave doteriiinned teo imsacll n: to Messini; bit: tll Neiopolit ii'GOvcriindii tanrtici pate ai dctodmn b itiihhim othe mI?iled a:ind sio malkiig. preparationfit' . fo i .:t .. Two vessels U?lder the Si dininis? i ss,.nricatri" flang, biut supposed.to hoconveyig arms anid te inforcemeonts to Gnribiildi, hdve.libed is'i?i eli by the Neapolitan eGovernnment. .'hae' Sardinian and American Mlinisters have: protested eigoinst the captu...
ARRIVAL OF THE J E D D O AT MELBOURNE. Melbourne, Sunday morning. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
ARRIVAL OF THE JEDDO AT MELB:OUR.NE~. : [FROM TlE, .RERALI1 8 MEriOURNE CORuiES . PONDENT.] Mclboutrne; Sisndliy m!i0?ing. TriE P. and 0. Goinpasiy's steamer Jcddo,' Cap tain Soames, arrived in Ilobson's Bay; at.. ii'ne o'clock this morning, from Galle 23rd J'uly and King George's Sound 8th August. " Passengers for M1elbournc :-Captain I/ark ness, Mrs. Soames and ftmily; Messrs. Gibbon, Brown, M'Hardy, Wyse, George Russell. For: Sydney :-Monsieur and Madame Pierce. Captain Webber, the Admiralty geont for this trip, fell overboard from the Candin, in the Red Sea, and was drownod ; the body has not beeti recovered. Time Simla broke her shalft in th. Red Sea and was towed into Aden by the Candia, .which detained the latter vessel, tWo days. ' - Tlis Ottawa arrived at Kitig George's Sonid on the lst instant.
THE SOVEREIGN PEOPLE OF ARKANSAS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
TaE SOVEREIGN PeOPLE OF ARKANSAS. The recent brawls in the House at Washlingto. remind us of a story we heard ill Arkansas several years since, which has never been in print. It is no disrespect to the present en lightened and genial State of Arkansas.to.sa3r that in its incipient or territorial days it was rather "rough." It was a very common thing for a man to leave the bosom of his family in, sound health in the morning and return dead at night. Cuttings, slashlings, and shootings. were of daily occurrence. It was dangerous to, be safe. The Legislature was chliefly composed of bullies and blacklegs, andi the scenes enacted by them were often very eccentric. A fight arose about something in "the Houseo" one. day. The Hon. MLr. Banger, of Napoleon, called the IHon. Mr. Slanger, of Helena, a liar. The IIon. Mr. Slanger retorted with a bullet, whlich took off the I-Hon. Mr. Banger's left year, Both then sprang in thel centre.of the hall with drawn bowie knives. Tih. speaker said, 'By...
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
COLONIAL EXTRA CTS. A meeting of the master bakers of Sydney was held on Thursday afternoon, at the Gardeners' Arms, Sussex-street. From the whole tenor of the meeting, we gathered that nearly all the master bakers are preparedto give up Sunday work; but the majority of those present could not give upnight work, asto do so would en tirely stop their business. The principal object of the meeting was to refute the assertions made at the journeyman's meeting; the masters posi tively denying their hours to be as asserted. We believe, however, that the subject being thus mooted will result it a mutual arrangementbe tween the parties concerned, and we trust both masters andjourneymen will be prepared to deal fairly and equitably with the matter in dis pute.-Christian Pleader; A FaRESH IMSoaRT?vTIONe o" STOCK roac ENoLasDn.-There were' landed yesterday from the Bristsh MIeachant, four very superior bulls, and two magnificent heifers of the Durham breed some remarkably fine South down sheep...
WATER POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
WATER POLICE COURT. THIURsDAY. BEFORE thle Worer Police Magistrate and Mr. IT. Armitago. A novel hlarge, involving an important point with regard to the law of marriage, came before this Court, on the information of Christopher Rolleston, the IRegistrar-General, which statel that, on tho 6th of last June, lenry Robinson Smith, registrar for marriages in the district of Redfern, celebrated a marriage between William Roberts, surveyor, and Catherine Kelly, withosn two witnesses, and thus contrary to the Act. MIr. J. Williams, the Crown Solicitor, appeased for the prosecution. It appeared that, on July 11th defendant reported on the marriage to the Registrar-General, stating that the parties had been living together as man and wife for ten years as man and wife, and that as, under the circumstances it was derirable she marriage should be as private as possible, and believing at the time that the presence of a third party could be dispensed with, he (defendent) signed his own name as on...
SUPREME COURT—SYDNEY. SITTINGS FOR TRIBL OF CAUSES. BURNS AND WIFE V. BEATSON. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
1SUPR'EME COURT-SYDNAY. SSITTINGS FOlo TI[nr OF CAUSE8. Buaeone Mr. Justice Wise antll jury of four. BURNS AND wVIFE V. BEATSON. This was an action for assault by .defendant andothers, under his direction, upon the two plaintiffs, and arrest and false imprisonment. The substantial defence was, that defendant had been first assaultedt, and had acted in self defence. Mr. Isaacs and Mr. Franois appeared for: plaintiffs, and MIr. Meymott for the defendant. This was one of those cases in which the evi denee was so very contradictory at to make it clear that there was most gross perjury son the one side or on the other. According to thile evidence of Burns and his wife, at assault of the most brutal character had. been committed. Plaintiffat this time resided at Maicquarie River, in the district of Illawarra. IHe was indebted to Beatson, but he denied that ,ho had ever given the latter a :bill of sale. hurns had been to Sydney, and sequestrated his esiate. On his return he found a man on ...
THE MOTHER AND CHILD. [TRANSLATED FROM THE GERMAN.] [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
-. ws TIHE MOTHER AND CHILD. [TRANSLATED TaRO TulE GEROAN. , . Urox a lovely summer day, . -Tho meadow smiling, bright, and gay With thousand flowers of every hue, SBoth red and yellow, white and blue; : Oh! such a la;wn is rarely seen, Clad in the most attractive green, A mother sat, so full of joy, And on her Inap her darling boy, More dear to lier, and precious far, Than mornin' light, or evening star; The little child then begging prayed, And "sweetest mother" lisping said, "Now big enough I am indeod, Nor need that one me always lead, To run among the flowers I long. And sing to them my little song." Lightlyho leapt down from her knee, His happy heart so full of glee, The mother said "This once you may, You little restless one so gay, SGo, sinlg thy song s0 full of glee, t soon come back to motheor'a knee." She warmly kissed her lovely boy, Whose little heart was wild with joy. Down in the sweet and shady vale, iHe sang the flowers his pretty tale. Now hero, now there, his cour...
HISTORY OF AUSTRALIA. CHAPTER III. HORRIBLE DISCLOSURES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
H1IS'ORY OF AUSTRALIA. (FROe THuE ARRAMAsA A CHensoICLa.) CHAPTER III. 5HoRRlLE DIBCLOSURES. Anour two years after the arrival of the first fleet four more ships came in to Sydney harbor. When they left England they had on board 461 souls, but, horrible to relate, 291 of those died at sea from fever3, scurry, dysentry, cholera morbus and other virulent forms of disease. The remaining 200, who were brought on shore, were reduced almost to their last stage of existence. Such fearful mortality~as this could not be brought about except by gross mismanagement of the captain and officers of the vessel. The human heart sickens at the tales of woe re counted by the survivors of this memorable voyage. One of tlhem, James Smith, states that on their way out, when about crossing the line, the weather was so oppressive that they asked a little extra indulgence in the way of water, and lon~er hours for exercise upon deck. Their applicatton, however, fell into unfortu nate hands. The sentinels wh...
RUNAWAY HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
uWnAWAY TotsE.-ConsiderabIle constorna tion was caused in different parts bf the city yes terday by the running away of a spirited horse, belonging to Mr. IIHenry Mort. It appears that the animal, attached to a dogcart, was being driven from Woolloomooloo towards Sydney by Mr. Mort s coachman, and, when near St. Mary's Cathedral, came into close proximity to a mob of horses which, by some means, caused it to take fright and run away. It bolted off at a rapid pace, ran down by the north end of the Race course at the back of St. James' church, and camne in contact with a cab standing on the cab stand near the new Registry Office. The con cussion was so violent that it threw out the coachman, turned over thie dogoart, the shafts of which broke, and the horse, thus becoming dis engaged, bolted off along Elizaheth-street to wards Park-street. At the corner of Park and Elizabeth streets time hlorse ran against the shop window of MIr. P'itt, jeweller, breaking thie win dow, and doing other...
WOLLONGONG POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
WVOLLOONGOG i'OLICE COUJRT. -4- (F110 TOE 1LLAWArI SA EXPnESS.) TsunRsnAY, AUGUST 9th. BpFORE C. T. Smith, Esq. ' Thomas Gray .ri Thomas Hale. Mr. Rogers appeared for Mr. Hale. The iiotion was brought to recover the sum of £4 19s for pigs shipped on board the Rapid steamer, and which said pigs were lost. Mr. Wilson of Shellharbor, deposed: That he knew the plaintiff and defendant; on tile 16th of February, Mr. Gray shipped 3 pigs on board the Rapid; the pigs wore shipped on board in a boat for the Rapid; the pigs were duly mani fested at the time; both in the Sydney manifest and in the manifest which deponent kept; de ponent was theln acting as agent for the Rapid at Shollharbor; Mr. Gray occupies more than 100 acres of ground; and to the best of depo nent'. belief he (Gray) had never sent any pigs by the .eteamer before; Mr. I)uffin was Mr. Gray's oaent; the manifest was continued from the 'lUI to the 16th, owing to the fact of the steamer having missed a trip; the book contain ing...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
DIseAsRE IN POLTRYx.-Writing from Ash field on the 9t0h instant, a correspondent says: "Having during the last week lost more than fifty geese, ducks, and fowls, witliout any appa rent illness, I am desirous of calling the atten tion of poultry breeders and the Ecieutific to the fact, witlh a view if possible, to obtain such in formation and apply such remedy as may stop the ravages of a disease thle most virulent I ever witnessed among tihe feathered tribes. The birds appear to be quito healthy five minutes be fore they die, and on opening thtem the only thing that would excite attention is thie wonderful quan?tity of fat around their gizzard."-&S.Ai.I. Torxa~n advertising.-Four lines unn under.....,, 2 0 Six ;.. ......2..,...6.,., ,. 2 6 Eight ................ .. 0 . ,, Every additional lino......... 0 3 Sub?ecriptinn--Per quarter iS advlance ....... 8 6 At tile end of the quarter .... :9 0 S"gigl cqpies, each. . 0.6...,. O 6 The quarters end on thebo laastday of JuncSoept...
THE DROWNING OF THE PIC-NIC PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
fliE ldjoRONIN'VG Op THE PfCvNIC PA 1T Y; Tiha Sum'pter (U. S.):WtdlRaana extia, receivedi by this mrniug's mail, oontninls the full particu lars of the late sad accident.nt Camden, by" which twenty-seven persons, mostly females" while oel a pic-nic and fishilg excursion, walere drowned. ft appears tile early part of the dlay was spent, by a large company, in unalloyed en joyment; but ill the afternoon about thirty ladies with a few gountlnemern, embarked on a large flat boat for the purpose of pasting roanid a large pond. In this manner they enjoyed tlhemselhes for some timenraud util tie bent, silile in the middle of thie pond, uniortautately strack a stnag, held fast, and begant to rlak. Th'ie Woclatchman describes the scene ithat tlhen ctensued as follows : The wildest excitement and fear seacmed to seize every beart, and but few, if an, fn were saffi ciently collected to eunble thiem to :eiploy thelir eliorts for rescue advantageosly.' In a few ,o mentsnow, she saonk, whean tlh...