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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 August 1860

IMPO IT A. T. REMuMBEX MR CEHARLES COOK'd - Positive .nreserved Sale, At: Marsden Hill, nerr Kiama, ON TUESDAY NEXT, 21ST AUGUST. IAX.. WALDRON. 1hime~ Springers IfR;. G. K. WALDRON;.willitsol byauctibn,. at IVI, the Steam Packet Totel,. On THURSD'Y NEXT, 21st AUGUST;,. 20 firstolkes springers.. " Terms at salb. . . ousehold Farnituae wndl ether Effeots. M R.. G. I.WALDRON has receivend'posiitie ihn 1! structions fiom Mr. Rbbobert Marks, to sell by auctioi, at his hto residence, ~imam, Oh MQOEWIY, 27th Augusa, 1Thb wloue ofiliihouselhold furnilture, &c?r &:, Cbnsi$tishg of- " o?hund', square; and? dseiingr tablbs Cliseffibneers, as as-. . - Bedsteads, couch, SGlasi~.crclkery,.and chib ". ifitclienu utensils, Airt andtiasoness, Kitchen dresser; &c., &c., And a variety oftoller articles tbo numerous for isortion. .. T·oewllure'it fTor positive sale, in cohoequence of the proprietor leaving Kiama. After which, , The Iban of the houses for a term of years...

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TO OUR ADVERTISING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 August 1860

O OUR aDv'ERTIsING TRIENIDS. tveretiser are portlcularly reqoueted to aend In their iaera 'y the preocrbhd hourof4 o'olok oo the oeening proerdino the o 0ayof publtontion. Wontof attontion to,thio, noeniens menr ,deayaoJ td inconvenienco than thbeya ry Im0ine. TO CORRESrONDENTS. 1?tii portlcularty requested that letters for the Eloaoaioer may he od~lnrssd to the Editor, on001, (rithout menetloola anyJ name) in order to pereont confuoson. LfI1 rommnnlctions totrodod to insertion must he authentl rated by the noao and .ddress oe the writer--not necssarlly for publicatlon, but as a guarnotee of good foith. ,e cannot undertike to roturn rejocted communictlone. Advertisers are requested to he partloular in marhienl the anmober of insertions on ech adertiseement, ontherwie they will etlnsertod and oharged for till ouontroennded. Ordere for -Ithdtrawl or olterotlons.' me st he sent to tha onfce (In writing) 'before noon on to.t doy prior to publcation. SATUITRDAPY, AU'GU/ST 18e 1860.

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FUNERAL RITES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 August 1860

Ftsiesi. REITES.---Yesterdsay morningsa mass for the dead was performed' in' St. Mary's Cath. edral by the Very Rev, Dean O'Connel. The service was for the repose of the soul of the Rev-' Bernard Daly, who died on Monday- last at St. Vincent's Hospital, of lingering consumption. Nearly all'the Catholio cIergy ofSydney assisted in the ceremonieswhich attracted a considerable congregation, The coffin; contaning the body was placed in ther west chancel, and was covered? with a purplepalh, whilst lighted) candles' stood' on both s&~les' of the deceased e narrow cell, Shortly after the terminationof mass, the abso lution was performed; the body was thene re moved fronh the Cathedral to thebeaea-ou side. The Guiltof Sts. Mary aod' Joseph, proceeded by their office-bearers, led the wy ~ to'e Catho lic Cometry, and were followed by the Revy.' Dr. Gregory and Father Ford in tle Archbishop's carriage. The hearse camenext, and;then the mourning coahles, cabs, and thu spectabors of the ...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GOVERNMENT LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 August 1860

THE GOVERNMENT LAND BILL. AT the time the Government produced their Land Bills, and laid them on the table of the Parliament just before its prorogation, we gave an analysis of thei provisions. The Ministry, it is evident, adopted the plan of laying them on the table at the time when there could possibly be no discussion on their merits, and by declin ing to introduce them in the usual manner, that they might not habe committed too much to any particular propositiod, and that they might have the advantage of hearing what the general opinion of the country might be with regard to them, and adapting their own course accordingly., That there have accordingly been such expres sions of opinion in regard to them, is what was to have been expected from the importance of Ithe interests concerned. But that interest does not seem to have been awakened to them, which might at first sight have been anticipated. Almost everyone seems glad that there is a prospect at last of having this matter se...

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THE LATE FIGHT FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 August 1860

rrI reL4zyn z i B nR oU • P A.V" ro S.. IP. . ON tle-aft-noon of the 18th of IMay(.l'Tm.Sayers nd Ji G..Hbenann1 the-Benicia Boy, accompaniediby their respective baoclihere-.met at the office of the referee (Bil 'o..,fa),) in; tile Strand, with a view.of determining whetheno'not some definite arrange ment could be come to, so as to'soele die long vjeed:question,.caused.by the unatlsfactuory tormui nation ofi thet figit between these men for the chnmpionahlip, on the 17th ofApril, who was ontitled to iold the belk Bboth Siyerys and Heenan have exa preseedtheir-opinion that they were entitled to the honer, Heenan-declaring that he fought for it and wonsit,; ahd Tom:averring that he fought to retain possossion ofit, and did not lose it. However, it is admitted on all' sides that bot, men' sllowed' ihdomi table spiiitand pluek,.andtilstt eneH dii Hlis-best to become the victor.. Shortly after twelve o'clock Tbm Sayers arrived at the Dell' Life oflice, accom p?anied by his friecnd-Mr. Be...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. JAMBEROO. August 16th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 August 1860

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. S[. . ,r0 oon connPos.o? r.] JAMBEROO. August 16th, 1860. CnscsT AoAsr t--The Melbourne correspondent of the London. Times, sometime ago reported that "Cricket had within the last fewyears became qiuite a passion in these colonies." And with good reason, if Jamboroo may be taken as aflir samll, . No sooner does the weather clear up, and the ground acquire even the most moderate hardness, than a cricket match comes on the -tapis--of: springing clover. A day or two since si match was ~ayed by the juveniles of this settlement,' in which the boys of the Catholic school were opposed to those of the Episcopalian.. Our juvenile friends, however, dis patched thi affair in less time than has been ocu-s pied in a pfllar business by their elders somne timo since. Teo games were lost and won in the course of the dday ;the boys of the Catholic school being successful in both. It should -be mentioned tiat the advantae of physical strength, whatever that Smay be with, was gr...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARRIVALS FROM NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 August 1860

A; AnnrvALs PfnoMe New, ZiALALAo.- iscretlion is Pliobcttce part of valor, though ihn what discrtionI consiats is often a vexed questiohn Bbwever, tlel fact of lhe arrivalof upwards of 10Opassengers li?y the Lorld.A'shley this weok fiom Auclland;. led to. the infdroneo that many late resiadnta of New Zen land think the corntry tooi hotitobe pleasant.L Bouti r n, C6ross..

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.] PORT OF SYDNEY. COASTER'S INWARDS. August 14. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 August 1860

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.... - rAasmDOaD Paou THE nEALD ABD IMr'ix.] 1,'?7: TO OF SYDNET. c'~r " ' InIWAlD. Augunt 14. * IttAwal,' from WVollongong and Kiama, 6t kegs of butter, 28 bags mraie, IS pigs, 2 c.eas eggs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 August 1860

NOTICE. :- TO ADVERTISERS. OITB beg to Inform our - dvertisog friends, that TVY.: we intend in future to render our . , ADVERTISING ACCOUNTS MONTHLT, Sihdthat.advertisements from nons;eubscribers, mn.w .in all clses be paid for when brought to the office. .This arrangement has become necessary, to enable the proprietors to meet the large outlay incurred in Sbringing piitthe paper, and it is hoped that their Ssupiporters dill so far aid the proprietors in their undeitaking. . The ..Ezaminer may be had at Mr. Dixen's, Centra Store, Kisma. S.Contraets made for Advertising, by the moath or qoar 'ter eon very reasonable terms. S r. Coaslalte LrsooTT hee been appointed Collector I osr.he ICuas Eaiuss, a and is authorised to receive Saby 'Oma dnot to the roprietr of that .lournal. miaL asa B. NAVrIonoN CoMPANY ::. TIME TABLE. ; .BETWEEN SYDNEY AND ZIAMA. .Fro SYDNETrr; On Monday Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, -,:!... - ,direct, at 11 p.m. Fnox KAaxA:- .very .Monday and Friday, at 9 a.m....

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. August 13. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 August 1860

COASF6gM OeTWAl(DS. August. 13. ~ Nowra~ for Woflongoug; Souvonier, for Bofllmimi.

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GREAT TROTTING MATCH IN AMERICA. EXTRAORDINARY SPEED. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 August 1860

GtiRAT TRO'TING{' I A27'iIA 8 Ia Aj'fEAICA.. S ExTRatID5.ATt SESDI.. W~iTNaI)A.~;My Ulith,.weis'a great ? dy for the patt0nsof the'~auirf in New York, that day. being he:one fixed upon for a grand trotting match (nonthousand dolli?s aside), betweens the two. best lonres inAkndserica-Ethan Allan and'George N. Patchenlt The subjoined particulars of the contest are taken from the.AlfwYoKifesrrald,of he 23rd May, which- journsal devotes a consider ble portion. o£ its space to a-record of'the match. If the time be-conrectly. stated. the winnear per ormanc must be regardedi as something.won derful, even- in ABmerica;, famous. as-it is for the uperiority .of .itst trotting horses.. The' match was decidod:ovee the'UhibnCbourse, Long Teland, and: attracted' an, assemblage estimated at fjom en to'fifteen thousand: persons, all classes, from he millionaire merchant to the humble me hanio,.,pprticipating: im the* interest and icitement occasioned by the event. We append he result s:; UnIrO Cbst...

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SCARCITY OF FORAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 August 1860

ScAncrTY oF F?onA?E.-Braidwood and itsimme dinto vicinity, since the late floods, lihas beauoon sufler ing from a dearth of forage, and' as mut:h as 1'65.| per buslhel for oats lis been asked fbr and paid,.and one party who had a few trusses-of hay on~hand got 15.. per cwt. for it. On 'Thursday,. twvo-loade of hay-were brought into town, and were soon di? posed of at £12.peo ton. Oats and maize theroe is none, and. both commodities would bring a very good price.. The poor hiorses on the roads, owing 6 thlie' seatcity'of feod . CsOp~blo so niany half starvd "greyhbuade iset.ed of bbosti of biarden..

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MAITLAND RACES. FOURTH DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 August 1860

h MAITLANsD RACES. FoonvrB DT?. l *l'conisequence of the squatters' purse, which .. ar to hbae been run for on the third day, not S"filling.ip, the stewards arranged for another ':.'ace?i which came off en Saturdays The course s i.wfi wretched condition, and heavy showers f." . e.'fll,'.with'slighst intermissions, throughout the a . ::iyd nevertheless there was a good-attendance ..* o. iople, and the racing eqnuP Co either of the r."ipreceding days.. In fact, the extra handicap is "'*.'san by sportig erae 'to. have 4beea the best. .'contested race ofther.who~nmeeting'.. :" .. Si';The. Etra Handicap ofsixty sovereignsPwith a sweepstakesotfthree sovereigns, eacht for all ho. ;rses; to be handicapped;, two railes, one S "event; the second horse to receive the stakes. ?":" "' Shamrock ... .:...'....... I Warrror.,..;...........;......... 2 " '?":;! ; W all y, ........... ;;..:...;. 3 " , i* '.'-', Maid of AustBalda......;.;'..... O: . ei" el... e e -. ......... ;.. . ..... . "0 " '.,' B...

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[FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.] August 13, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 August 1860

.. .rn... a .Arer coaaraonzte, . . August 23, 860S . Tas weather ?as bean unaltered since I last wrote. Rain, rAd..Ocoasionally between showers a 'piece of blh?1nghto be disceined of dimesy. sions enough t'onmke garments which shall be unmentionable; but as yet these signs of a break have been illusory, and the strong soutlh easters are bringing up fresh relays of clouds as indefatigably as when they commenced some three or four weeks ago. The streets in the suburhs are an alternation' of lanes of slush, with a tolerably good quagmire at intervals, making traftic almost impossible. The eufor tunate omnibus horses coming in from the Glebe and Newtown look as if they had all been painted of one color for uniformity'sake, and the job being dane by contract the artist had laid on the color ratlher roughly. The various Muni cipalities are either stirring or being stirred up to improve this state of things, and letters to the Corporations appealing for assistance are the order of the day....

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MUNICIPAL LEGISLATORS. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE ILLAWARRA MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 August 1860

MUfNICt~aALLEQ1BLATORf'.. (To Tas Zoitt'O' oitlite It:i'naAr skrftstrr. Si,-If. the'. lMuniblpal 'Act' requires amen'dment, thbse who have discoeered its defects would do well to make them knowls. .It appears to'me, however, that the ditegates recently assembled at Kiamato delibetrate upon smelldmeants are assoming rather too much. For ftoun or.five out of sevestor eight gentldirenuto revise asa act which appillBs to the whole colony; is, to say tile least.of it, a very do. cidedr mark of self-confidence. With all due deference to these authorities, I #irold respectfully suggest adifferent and an- easier mbd of proceeding. Let those who have found the h?ot fmity state the evil, and propbse a remedy, not i; acoserlave of hainlfa dozengentismon of very limited' ex-petience, but before the whole colony. The press, I am sure- will not- refuse Its assieanco. f the oasr be thus stated in the newspapers, all concerned will have an opportuity of judging whtther the alteration be desirable o...

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BRAIDWOOD ELECTION. STATE OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 August 1860

)JJRAPDWGo1 ZrwECTJOV, 5TAVE GD TIE rPLn. S:i"ns :rfollowing is the ~ite oC'the poll a funrui~bhed i,:-tb.the Returning Oficer, Tte last.nigh~t, by the "" different presidingf oeficers --- . Moriarty. Ml"ffolk Larmere i.,.. .Bai'rood...... ......86 L .2 .: .... : eidsdale ............ .7 .! 8 . Araluen.....;...... 23 ' : 127 ' Manjor's Creek... . .45 0 2. 8 .- Oranmeir, noretourn?. :.: : Coorang, no returns.. 'Thus for ahewing a ma jority, for Captain .oriarty ofl16.. i A later: report givae the· gross .poll as follows : ..; .?:: • . . l. - ::. oriaruf ...,y ..y..; .,1 77 Juarmer .......................... 3L5 . :" s' poll wtill. be ofmlially; declaeTr:by the :: Returning lil eerat r2o'leoclr,.this. day ?(Satur d~iy), if the rett?ins come in 'omr Otanmeir, and * 'ti boratig.--Bysidwood DispatchiAogust 3i.t. Th:: e Baeiieaorod esserson givesw thh h olleowin.: S:' meiire futli'erparticulars which have been de laye: t by ti?e interrupticne in postale communica tion ] have reacHedus wit...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 August 1860

CO iSr uDITlo or O 11 T l ll s5lAilrl. Sea,-Fridm the accounts we are continually rr, cciing frnom the nmother ciolntry there seems to be a general:prepai?ftlon fni a terrible conflict between the land of. freedom and the world of despotism. If i6 aid placed beyond the dinof war well ut Ii it be for ui; bult shoutld the rutthless invaders attempt to land on. these peaceful ohores and strike terror and cosfudsion'in our milst, how suorprised we would bn'el It i. oulr diity ans tro patriots to proli:trd for every einergency. -Let every man be trained to the use ofarms; so that he may stand up to defend his own fireside in Case of need,' It was said by a, groat American General, to his countrymen, "that their country would fight for them,' and soit did, low, air6 may not our coon. try fight for .us? Cnsiuering that nature has favored ius with the means of dlefence, and where nature hasfailed, may it not be supplied, with art? Not being well up in ths art of waet; but just per mit me to...

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SHOALHAVEN. August 14, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 August 1860

8HOALIIAVEN. August 14, 1860. Tnr. favorable change in the weather is again en couraging to the farming interest, and it is hoped that eventually the potatoes and maie will be safely plahtold. 52:" The Relisf Corrmittee, under the pressing cir cumstances of.the distitiot.addiressed the 'Preasurer of the Sydrney Committee; anl that gentlemau inm mediteljy enclosed a cheque for £50 additional:?to the£800 already credited to the ShoalhavenCiim mittse, in order to:?tch.ase peed.pD.tr oes for duffers by tlisilnoods. In fact n balancing the accounts; it wasbn'ttiatliat thbo onimittee'had exceeded the limit; mid purchased potdtoes iu excess of the funds atbtheirdisposat to the 'dxtent of' £36 4. They had alio issued orders or tickets to various persons for pottoeswhinh it wouldrequire four tons addi tional to?antisfy. Under these circumstances, on the Secretary stating the canseto the oiench of Msa gistrates, in Nowra, he was instructed to writs and lay the Case before the Sydney Corimitte...

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PETER AT A DINNER PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 August 1860

1E IT- pR l??T _ A DINNER PARTY. S (no1 eus. smanser sa- ,ia , •u " 'f WAs in dhread, my lord,' says aiafter look ng about and seein noe signs o' dinner, ' that I was behind tinie. 'Oh' no,' says 'lie, laughing, 'we don't dine before seven, but I'm glad you've come early.' 'Seven : think: I to njyself, 'that's four hours from us yet, an' I a'most perisht with the hunger, afiher the long walk, dn' not atin' a bit sincs eight o'clock that morning. That's eleven hours fastidg, elear l Murther, what'll I do at all ? Oh i wait til they i ketch me come to dine at a great house again"' * Well, Molly, there I was, talkie tand lookin' about me for four long hours, ano' gonied in, wardly with the hunger, but of eoorse I had too much manners to spake of it. At last, when I was 'most off, the door opened, and in came one oF the jintlemen in the red velvet small-clothes, and tould 'em dinner was on the table.. ? A canary could'nt sing sweeter,' says. I, listening to him. So they all got up, and ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 August 1860

TO TOE EDiTOR OF TOE 51A5Iu43. s,-Hevins nse, in your issue of the 4th instante a rn or of ti?d hrhoo Council'prm edin. on the 31st ultimo, wherein it.ltates that Hicks and T-omMa' tenaer for the'ridge at ~Bercketort k wris £65 on No. S pn. Nos " I beg to infors yourrrnpon t mand the pbhi that the tender was £65 on mny.ow pla which I bad, at their urgent reqouet, sent to th Council for that evening, for the expreu pipdse oif giting Other intenmrg con?trac. tors time to inspect and give in their tenders on my plan,--as the Council would not acept our tender alone or such planr althoegh allowed by them to be the best end most pracbucbJle. . o On the contrat t beng ggtet tootherparties tobe Msried out (on my plan), I tequested paytmeht for the usame; thereupon lr:' Chairmen generouoly tendered me a vote of thanks. BDt, iot believirg in empty honors, I requested mous substaitianl psyngrnt, it wee then pro' posed and seeeoded that I ebhald be enopnsauted; but the Chairman protested again...

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