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SHOWER OF METEORIC STONES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
S-OWER? OF METEORIC STONES. . ' [TROe TUE CINCINNATI COoM5lBCIAL.. :New Concord, Muskingumn Co., O., May 5. EDS. Commercial,-On Tuesday last (May lst), at '28.minutes past 12 o'clock mi., h sharp report was heard in the heavens, very similar to. heavy. cannonading, creating quite a visible shock, which was heard and felt many 'miles distant, and which some persons actually avowed was the sounding of the last trump. Immediately 'succeeding these followed twenty-three distinct reports, following each other in quick success-. ion, iand ,which imade: tlios who heard stand agfinst with fear.- . ' . Sl:Thle sound thlen seemed to gradually die away ,into: a heavy roaring lilko distant thunder; sue deediiig this again, some men who. were at work iina f:lieldl, heard it'buszcili/ sound as of a body .ripdly.. p:issing throigli .'the airi and giving theoirlattentibi in 'tho dijrclion from jwhence the siund proceded,' they disciuvered a body descend and.striked thel earth ahou 'one hundred .yar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
S. : ,:. Horse Dray, Furnitare, ',&c!.> I ' . a. .KWALDRON lIns receiced iaistniclions L fironi: Mr. Rowc, to sell' ly ,uction, at the .SteinT:Paicket Hotel,' .-' ' ::" On TO-MORROW THURSDAY; 10tlh Auusl, 1:i COipital horo drty . ' * ;. .Lot houseliold furniture; &c c,'&c";. -'"' .:~ ,...v ,':" - " . Also, • : i Lot of slopjd. n. i";- ,"**. - * Terms at sald.e 'Primne Fat Bullocks. 'i' 'iJ .jlUR. G. K. 1VALDRON has rcceivd 'instruction:s .:1. ,Ifrom Mr. lahcel .to. Bsell by iucltin, at, thi Steatim TPeicktH tol, , -", - 1, ;-, On . ITHURSDA.Y.(to-morrow) 'EX', .6th. AUG., ' t"pi . 1 i"i'-fat biullocls, v'ry liavy.. ; SDairy Sto iK Hoiusholdi!lriF itureit.r o &o . ": 'll.Rn. . IRVING is jnstriiclrdtd': i :Mli.:Johll Rrd.l i : io.tosell' by auction i tthlhis'pllac;,Long brush, on thi?.~side.o'f-!\Vri'ght,'ijtiek,!anid iinear : 1 'Ori. Wv lDNESDAY, 29tlh AUGUST,-" 'Cotimencing punctually at;12o'clock, . t 'Tlliewhbl& l of Mr l.lle 's Dairy Slo...
THE TRANSATLANTIC PRIZE FIGHT. MURDER OF A SAYERS MAN BY A HEENAN MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
THE TRANSATLANTIU PIZnE FIoi. iURDco OF A SAYERSO OM, BY A IO8i.AN IA1N. CIHARLES W.YMAN, and a yOUng man namd Cunningham, met .on the 28th ultnsato,' a grocetry, corner of Annunaciation annd St.,Thomes streets; whnn' an alter?itlont occur?d aboutt thole res'pcctive prowess of Icenahn and Sayrs eivhich soon rest?ilted in the death of Ounninghabi fromn a sliot fronm Wyman's isl.tO 1 .Y?,lin is in gaol. Cthningham was ia mimber of the Loasisa?r Greys. I also hieard.of' fight on thleleiec'e da before yesierday, betweeiti two stebailmot mei, when ione received what it sI~aplsed toalie a~ mor l tal stni.. his, like the other fghlit, wis about .IIeeian and Saycrs "
THE BATTLE OF WAITARA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
,Thlo followtrt~lttr rom a ,n.ion-commissionaoll oficer of thio.e? ltto .c9inrado t. lobartt Towis ap p e ar s i tlh e ti l "ba rt ' o A d q i t ie e rf ? . , . .. " of'iibam ofi J:.t!io htd6i'4 t. maiiy ctii'e since oir deoirfuirohaoi :,hllnst:now: ifoinm you thittifsuch: ha lhboon oliosei - yoni will ido.w .coniIe to thb;conclu.'i tlin ,t e:~riuthing-tlst :boon ;dono by u.i ..-Inmylette I mention,.t you the attack upon a rooisnotterino poirty,.,,onifinled liby Captain Meosseng,?r?y the Mniories. .Da-t nos'e stii 'thout to tll ft tlbaltflw htlitd'.wittlii n ooiitlie .7th. I tntst fi.st of i1ell t you'thait since 'thli hirival i3f MnjotNelson-tho; Ioarids:hlivoe taken up a esosiro pdsition abont 2000,yirds fromnotir camp,laiil they shiivo erectoda'. strong.palo; Wvitl, a ditdh:.inslido 36 foot.wide, and partly coecred over,,s thatt.yoosmay callit'a ?clnllosred iti ,lo60i holed fortreiss of u.rthl, aid why they 'hiwo bcen permiitt~l' to erect :this I cannot explain, altlouIgh I belie...
NEW ZEALAND. TARANAKI. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
NEW ZEAiAND>.L -. " (FitoM .'THEi.. EMPIRE STARANAKI. . " .. Oun published news from Taranaki carno down to the 21st instnnt. It seemis however, from the: fol! lowing, that'Captain Darby, of tie: City qfolobnrt, steamer, loft New Plymouth a few days afterwnards; " Captain )Darby arrivcd at Tar.ihinli on tli124thl, anil left on tho 25th July. Nothing further had been duono with the natives, who wero in ti'd"ery strong bodies, a .few miles' 'out The'li gehcr"l opinion appeared to beo that thoero mnst' b8a'suffi cient force to attack ,tIothll theso partie utii at'lncie. Thelre was great anxiety for tlid arrival f.,Ginderal Pratt, mid little prolbabiliity of anythiugl bcing.dosne until his arrival .at. Waitara. : Thie nhivvcs were busily occupied slrnelnteiing tlheir hipostilis,,ind' hlid erected two p.hi' i'n advAnc'ofo.Puketiilcanere, as tliough tlhey cfii'tdiplatedl s'omli6bjeCt' hyiyntld dufence. Tlhey are iii' good hlnndil'n nd we'lhiveno doubt will'lio well 'curefiufor. -Cuptai...
VIGTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
3Br thuao:ndn'aie, ?e;.t ral Wliavuev l?albourno p.perd to thie itthtlstaner 'hlle following qllotations are from thu Argins: .On tlro 2ad-instant, thle address of con'gratulaio to': hi .Exc'cclluncy thlu' Governor, ,on his mhrlnmgO; a'ruiud tio' by, "?h.Lr g aslivih;6 "Co uncil, isns foimnlly presented i overnmitoiimnt Ini ieo .Th tipor Ihriclt of 'the Legislatuon 'i a r:iresented by tihe President (Sir J . Palmer),Meshsrs. -A'Becckett, Bhiclr Cole, Bawrkner, Miller,· .Rollo Vaghanb and nWilliams, thu:.Glork of: tliu Pirliaments, and tho Usher of thloiBlaclk Rod. The presintation..took plaid:ini the Chainmbcr':of ,tho Excecutivo Cooicil. P1notually at the hour ippointud fior thi ceremony, hIs?.-'xeolleniiy ppun'i'e, 2attended by his aide-de canmp,, Capthin Bncioft Sir J F Pialmner then cad tho nalresisa;, to Which hli EJcllelncy returnil thl following reply:--"h Mr. President, and hondo ablo Gecntlonmel of thu Laglshitivo Conuncil,-I ami deeply sensiblo; of Lthis; fresh pr6of of ti...
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
.,h The cintost forithe rifresnentition'df \VWbllingtoh lhas resultcd in:theoleotion of.Bhi Daniel b ei'clei"e' nnjorety of 1ll1 votee over his compititor, Mr. Gar lanid: rl Cbohon .lines. biontoii M ur.B?elanan ii the cdntest fo" thle rep finititcooof M6or-peth by a ma jorit df r10 votes.lEmpiie. . . Ainsfri. -Ydearoe i'nfor'iied lthnt the Onatholics of Albicy:havo. already:?ibscribed above £10) to tihe Blnevoloned Fund, in aid:of the Pope. The Ilst is not yet closed as it.is expected thatll some additionali sums wlllibs received from some of the out districts. -Frfceieinaii'a Jos/ic "l. ... \Vob:?hirfroim, tl local papers thlint the Roev. 'Fitlicrs Sciill? in?l:Johilstoe haIl ope'ed a spiritual retiroait 'iiSt> FPndis ':iaXivour's Church, Wollon going,uo. Sunday last, witli thie lhappiest results. Tho,Rievtlr. Scully addressed.the congregation on Sundlay, after Iasso, in a most eloqicct sec'Imon, ex plaining to them tho nature of a retreat,-and poiinting out to them ih moving t...
MAIL ROUTE BY SINGAPORE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
'Tir. followin, ?nninrunicc.aion appe?is in the Mdoeeni & lBa6'ouriei ' C 'r "r; I.ir-.--Ao thel'e ajluars to lie donsiderablo .dift - ence of, opinion, rogardil,? tho pirobable cost of a nieontlyylino of mail'aiunmers between. Syidney nid Bansi porU, I ublitc for the conoideaintioni of thoce interesteil idiwt iSy be considltred 'a fiir estiniate of the ivorkin"t "xpeouscn S'The' service being b Urgent, I:tak sutilie siitabloe vaesnelsasen the colonyi can :procureo andl ' two will sUflice, e?ach havinig a rest of six dayis 't Singa?pore, ind-19 days in Sydney, harbori: to •refit; that ie, teiamiing 33, and at the above intervals. renting 25 dairs.- · i 'Lie b.,inuiup in .of.o .. l io-old 2 tons per ldaiy; iiidt 12 triA., :osteilehigi 3i diJ?ysk ibovegives. ai toftal of00 Ut. Ofthiii qulintity, twod-tlhiids can be' sippliiedlin Syvdney iild olrietoii Bi yi';'2?, j.cr tan, Oni one0thuidiathSiigipors, at sfib making a. .otil of £1,. .;:4; ?. :i...: :.;£.14,8,45"' Wa?esc to olff...
ULLADULLA. August 8. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
ULLADULLA. • August 8. DI)n.INi a Socn'vr.--Th'lllis society hold its usual monthly meeting on Tuesday, the 31st of Inst month. MIr. Thomas McGeo road an essay on the "Life and Writings of Thomas Mooro, the Irish poet." The essay was considered a very clover production by many of the members present, several of whom eritisised it at some length, and ended by thanking Mr. McGeo for the entertainment which he had afforded them. Rules were passed by which the society is to be guided in future. Mr. R. Sec combo, J.P., is to read an essay next meeting night. Subject: "Economy;" but should he not be pre pared, Mr. W. Marks will read one on tihe "Life and writings of the shepherdl King or Israel." SUDDEN DEATH.-Mr. Joseph Whatman was found dead in one of his paddocks on last Friday, by Mr, Joseph Booth, who rents the said paddock. He had been it the Travellers' Home Inn at about 11 o'clock that day, and when Mr. Booth was going for his cows at about 4 o'clock in the evening, he found him l...
MAGISTERIAL MARTINETSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 August 1860
MAGISTERIAL MARTINETSHIP.-We have &nbsp; heard of naval and military martinets, the rigor of whose discipline and overbearing crotchets have not only been exercised to the curtailment of the natural rights and liberties of everybody with whom they come in contact, and have liter ally proved a curse to both services, but it has never been our lot to witness such a stretch of magisterial tyranny and arrogant impertinence as was exhibited by one of the Braidwood Bench (Mr. McKellar), on Thursday last during the Petty Sessions. During the hearing of a wages case, the evidence in which was of a very prosaic character, the proprietor of this journal, with a natural interest in the affairs of the world ex ternal to the walls of the police office, a weakness from which magistrates are not exempted at in tervals, was, as he had a perfect right to do, reading a newspaper, when he was rudely re quested by tlhe magistrate in question, if he desired to read the newspaper or go elsewhere....
PURSUING A WIDOW UNDER DIFFICULTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 August 1860
PURSUtIG A WIDOW Uifii*R - DIFFICULTIES. Tnz Baoyrus (O.) Journal tells the following, which is readable as a romance. The editor was prompted to "perpetuate" it, by ebserving in a Pittsburgh paper, the marriage announcement of a couple who formerly resided in Bucyrus. " Twelve years ago-the bride was a young lady of twenty, the daughter of a wealthy mer chant in Washington, Pa In her father's em. ploy was a young man named Robert.-, who, the young lady being bewitchingly beauti ful, as in duty bound; fell desperately in love with hIer. She reciprocated the attachment, and they were both betrothed. Unfortunately the young lady's father entered his protest against the pleasant arrangement, and ac cordingly the young couple put off the happy day indefinitely. About a year afterwards ste received a most tomptihg proposal, which, urged by her father, she accepted, and to the eternal despair of poor Robert, was married. But alas for the poor bridegrooml I Scarcely three months had elapse...
PRESERVING POTATOES WITH LIME. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 August 1860
PsER?veNo PoTATOES WITH LITlE.-It has been proved, by experiments made by shippers of potators thiat two quarts of powdered lime to a barrel of potatoes; placed on the top, so that it would sift thrbughl the contents, has a remark able preservative effect upon the potatoes, entirely preventingthe disease known as the potato-rot. It also prevents thetubers from sprouting, and keeps ihein citirely sound, althoughl they ' have to pass the equiltor twice on the voyage. This fact is very important to masters of sea-going vessels, upon long voyages. Carlyle says: Experience is an excellent schoolmaster, but he does charge such dreadfol wages. . .. : : :
DEPARTURE OF MR. RHODES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 August 1860
DEFPARTURB OF MR. RHODES. (TROeM Tu a . . BALOD.) TiR public are iwarie that, in consequence of the differences existing between Mr. Rhodes, the ogent for Sir M, Pete and Co. and the Railway Departmenc, that firm recently commissioned Mr. W. C. Spiller, a gentleman who held for many years a responsible position in the con struction of the Canadian railways, to come to this colohy to inake such an arrangement as he might find necessary for settling these disputes. It was from the first obvious to Sir M. Pete and Co that'the perpetuation of the differences be tweek their agent and the Government was likely coisoidcerably to prejudice their interests, both by leading to ultimate litigation and by de laying the completion of the contracts; and they were also convinced that the matters on which the disagreements had arisen were capable of a s:tiof~ictory settlement, althou~gh the work inight he attended with some ditliculty. Of the difficulty and also of the delicacy of the task he had u...
HISTORY OF AUSTRALIA. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 August 1860
HISTORY OF AUSTRALiA. -4--- (rtoM Tun rAnaAATTr A cRONICtEL) CrIAPTER IV. n this the rugged path, the steep sacent That virtue points to? Con life thus spent Lead to the bliss she promises the wise, Detach the souls from earth, and speed her te the skies? Ye devotees to your adored employ, Enthusiasts drink, with usual joy; Love makes the music of the blest above, Heaven's harmony is universal love; And earthly sounds, though sweet and well combined, And lenient as soft operates to the mind, Leave vice and foly unsahdued behind. The 'miserable position of the muttinec's ro ferred to in' my last chapter can 'be better imagined than described. " All -the suffocating creatures were .ordered up from the hold-the ringleaders doubly guarded and doubly ironed.. Their rations were decreased instead of in creased. The diminution of water soon began to be felt-nine out of ten broke out with vio lent eruptions of the skin, on the face, legs, and arms. There was no medicine, nor any pity for th...
SUPREME COURT—SYDNEY. SITTINGS FOR THE TRIAL OF CAUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 August 1860
SUPREME COURT-SYDNE Y. SITTINGS FOR TIIE TRIAL or CAUSES. . eFOcRE Mr. Justice Wise and a Jury of four. : . . STOBO V. GARRETT. T 'his was an action for libel. The plaintiff Swas the harbor master and-pilot at Kiama, and the defendant the editor and proprietor of the -.---.Illawarra Mercury. The only plea was not guilty. Mr. Da:rvall, Q C., and MIr. Stephen appeared S for the plaintiff, and MIr. Isaacs and Mr. Fau cett for the defendant. Two separate articles or announcements were complained of as libellous. The first of these announced that the Illawarra pilot, Captain . Stobo, had been dismissed for having removed the Government moorings. The second de : 'clared that a letter had been received from :: Captain Stobo, explaining that he had not been dismissed, but had been allowed the alternative of resigning, and had adopted this alternative to escape dismissal. The facts, as proved, were these. The plaintiff, besides being the local :': ..harbor master and pilot at Kiama, was agen...
THE BUSHMAN'S RIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 August 1860
IIT UHE.BU !4SZ5f RIDE. .:..:.:(rzoe riT s. 5. hERALD or JULY, 1850.) . O? the.broad grassy downs here the swift emu glides; In the forest'?rd acrmb the shy kangaroo hides: At.the.creek the wild dingo is drinking his fill O'er therige the black savage walks nude at his will, Erst grim and grotesque, in his paint and his sear, Spearwaddio,amind boomerang, ready for war. Now peaceul and weapopnless, joined by his gmin In her cloak of the furry oppossum's soft skin. Hero the huts of the white, far apart, are bhut few Where the stoekman, well mounted, with whip and halloo, SDivires hisrattle to camp by the gum-tree lagoon, Where they rest in the ohade from the fervor of noon; And across the bahl ridge, where the pasture is sweet, The lone shepherd guides his flock's wandering feet S- To the creek in the lain, where the water is cool With the swamp oa o'erhanging the permanent pool: And the rough bullock-driver, along the trek'd way, Goads his team of ten oxen and wool-lalden dray, With ...