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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 August 1860

Advanlce Stoney Creek!!! P IUBLTC 'I:EA-1METING and MUSICAL LENTI'ER'[TAINMENT will bohheld at the Nationaj l School, Stoney Creak, in aid of tho Funds of that Iluihling.--Soverd MIusiciana (Instroumental rand V'cdl) ho?v hbeea engaged for the occasion. Illds and balls, with other sonrccs of. amusceno nt, for the jovenilo will bo providod in "ho padcock adljoining. L. Theo public generally anra rcieactfilly. i?'~ted to attend. . Tra to commtenc at 1 o'clock. C riclt 1t 3 o'clock. Add Con:er t at 7 'clock. - Adminionl to 'T'eoa, ,o. 6t. M aict Ento+rt i?. m~tett, 2.a. (hI.. . At the Riik of the Former Purohaser, Mlr. Rubenack, yrR. G. .K. WALMU ON will sell by auc'tion, at ) thr Steam Packet Hotel, Kinnma, Ot TIlUIltSDAY, NEXT, 30th Auguse 's ;;. 1 oiperior springinlg heifer. After which, 4' firat-rte wworking bullcks, ,any, 3 okie, 7:., bows, chains, &c., comnplete, 10 primno springers. _ Terl s at anln . . : ::! Positive Unreserved Sale.' .. In the Assignmont Estate of E. 8...

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TIME HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 August 1860

"ihse'S. l.!t,!I.- 'Weo understand that Mr. Monr. vtvy,.the Chiof 1lgiineer of Iairbors, &c., is now at Wullonaong marking out the site fr the contosn. plated imlnprovement s to tohe harbor there, plrolora. tory to tendlors being cllled for by the Government. fur the wort. r. Alurhirty purposces also visiting Kianma upoai matters conncuted with our harbor, but the lreciae.oiJoct in view we lhave not asc:r ti.lned. It can sarcrely bo to marrke out the ground ?a the plan cof thle worke to bo unslertaikel hero hlos hlnt yet heen finally decided npon. 'The Minister for Works lss a however, exprosoaLd his anxiety to havo thelt unlertaiking ellntred .ppol) witholt dolny, aid -thtlt is ao fir soatifictory. Ve onily hop thlst wlteverr plln, mn?ay bo lct6rmninled up,, wilt be fuittl sUitabls. A mstittke as to its position o.fueirm "" ' 4 I . " .. "' ' ° ' may.prove to be the ruin of the district, while the successful comphltion of proper works will most certainly place it in an envia...

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KIAMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 August 1860

IAM.A1I MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22. PRESENT-His Worship the Mayor and nil the Council, excpt Aldermen Sharpo and Hukins. The minutes of last mueting were rend and approved. Chairmiha brought up the Report of the Finance Cornmittee, recommunan liri:g payment f following items:-J. Rumble, £2G .51.; B. Fiel s, £10; Morris, IHughes, and Co., £13 1 Is. 10d. ; Ierbert, 10..; A. Booth, £10 104.; Young, £1 lis.; Kxaminer rnewspaipr, £12 19s.; Moor, and Scritzer. £1 "s. Gd.; J. Toylor, surveyor, £58 18s. Gd.; Booth, £8. The lMayor inletioncd to the Council that Messrs. IParker and Co. Iojuecte to some of the terms of the proposed contract for finishing Iikc's hill; for instance, to the retention by the Council of 25 per cent. of the money earned; and also; as to the des cription given by the surveyor of the kind of rock to be cut. Whereupon, on the motion of Alderman Colley, seconded by Alderman Pike, it was resolved that the tender of Parker and Co he rejected. Aldermau Pike mo...

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THE PAPAL ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 August 1860

.ay i: 3iivoo . - -ou ?¢io somai~tl A RitUtln ps itolhleed? ycat?iia on nlld deft ~tS~tfe f tfnibere of 1ri.?iomn :who haw e bote?ec It pue?pe'ititey e:' t ril hludila: oP thibdi irecriitdhtd.hiearrieai iti Hhllltlniriig thorllaititort nighti frmruitrelasil, andlafter reiuaininginitho towni fr:,i db? ,u fr.?two;;-h q;,jig?ltal6dthuibt,deparsUtsu:a in, fot "Jeitw, 19 teteh~tigatpo dvpeitn , !n!p .2itfim E ~Piyit'~!!P'~ betwei itipe~4·lt eel ntver rfiy of tif d trucittir a ioVtry.b,.outa men, and era whet ritutey.ofpth 'rtsstln ve fited, it peere Iatlhity lhy NlftsiL?{atiohs ih, iIitfi ldrd itis ofd~i-torr -:' 'eed~l ti; Italy, buttit would ippinar frinm th fliillowiel, ideclaratln,wviich weaseohl.riday nidde;atitho HuilI: Pol-ie 'thpt, ,ie iSt otenea le lest ea, thf niuhnlru?heoe i, g lPPeed eponteni ~ ivadacgrad tiq hte reel otjrot forabhi ":tlhj - .' the yre. ,leat .their native. ,?., ,i .,Y.,?L,? ,v.% ..?.,, .un fry ? hut.lfohwl ig, Is a copy of the deiar ttit .iltihlo on':.Ffidhi...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. GEI RINGONG. August 21, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 August 1860

DISTIICT INTELLIGENCE. [FROM OUn CORRESPOdDtDT.] GE] RINGONG. August 21, 186). R.u?stco again, and lookling like plenty more of it. TheI fTew days sunshil a was not enough to dry tihe roads thoroughly, at d now they are in a very bad tstatv. the bye.rm ads 1 amti de.:cription. A grant of fifty p, un es a year recently mado to our denominational sch ol having done away with the greatest dtiflicu'ty in the way 'of procuring a master--the guarastsuing of a salary has given freeh impetus to the efforts of thoae interested, uome of wlom are now correspndinig with Mr. Boyce, who for a loung time h.d tile schooul on Mount Pleasant. lie gave great satisfaction as a tecther, but was wanting in other qualifications necesjary fir a good schoolmatnter. Lacking more important news, I may report anither sign of advance in our towllshlip-tho open ilng of aI blacksnmith's shlp, which i, I believe, get ting a good dtail of call, and is likely to become a piernlanellt cstablishlntllt Wh'lo is" Sympat...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 August 1860

COLONUI4JdL A'TRACTS. Fsin?--At about fifteen minutes to ten o'clock last night, a fire broke out onl the premises of Mr. Thomas O'Neill, confectioner, of George-street touth. The fire was occasioned by a crack in thle oven, by which itcommunircted with some baskets end sugar, and before it could be extinguished it destroyed properly totheo valne of £30. As soon as thboefire was diacocred the alarm was given, and four esgines--that of the No.1 Volunteer Company, the two engines of the Insorance Brigade, and one of the N6. 2 Volunteer engines-were q?pedily on the spot, when theflames were got under without much difficulty. Inspectors iHealey ml Foran, suplorted by several constablces, were also promptly insattend atce to render aesilstance. The stock and premiscs were uninsured.-\ Wednsday's 1leraled. The.faitlalnd lMercury says:-From. a remark that fell fr:om the Ditrict Court Judge, during the sitting of the counrt, wre understand that the Govern ment has had under surious consider...

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TRIAL TRIP OF THE GREAT BASTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 August 1860

TRIAL TRIP OF TUE GREAT BASTER V. To Grdant Eastern got underway from her mooringw. in Southompton Waters shortly after two o'clock on Saturday. lnast, and steamed at an easy rateo rounl the eastern end of the Isle of Wight into.mi.l-chnn nel, proceeding downwarda till a qluarter-past one o'clock on Sunday morning. The weather, which obeforehad Ieer Inzy, with stornms, rl oared up in the bright Oiooilliglht, and the grent ship .was turned ronudta little btelow the Star Light. :T'h speed was then slightly neeoleralted, and shei returned to her nmuorings a forty-five minutes past noon. The average spreed attaineid on the return passage was twelvcre knots from print to poiot. At lhal'.ipast ten n.m. tlie log 5was livo ripeatedly, anld showedl thoi she was lmakitig 13.4 knots an hour (15) statue miles), the padllesa perforrinng at the timie 10t revo lutions per minute. 'lhis rate was agai.i n proved at the measuredl mile, which sihe passeld ni the rate of 11t knots, withl a tide of ]ksn...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVAL. August 18. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 August 1860

SIIIPPING INTELLIGENOCF. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVA!.. August 18. NnnA.CanrlxA, (s.), 200 tons, Captain Turner, from Clrdo River, 17th instolt. Passengersn-lr. and MIrs. Roberts, Mrs. Budgalb, a[essrs. Lemdie, Smith, Carew, Ha sell, Moriarty, Ilci'uian, and 8 in the atcorago. E. •lamilng, agent. OOA?TERB tOWARDS. Illwrra and Kiama (.,) from Wollongong and Kiama, 146 kegs butter, 15 Ipigs, 6 enlvee, 38 blngs Nmailzo..GO siles Ibacon, 20 cases eggs, 14 cal'oa . 18 pigs, 40 bnndles, 13 hides. COIASTFnt OUT5iRDS. Anugot 20. Souvenir, and Colina, from lellnambi, 123 tons coal. Ianirus.-In thelo article "Co'oudJs around Kiamia,' under from " [Family circlo to the fhmily cemetery," read Mrs. M. for Miss II.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 August 1860

NOTICE. TO ADVERTISERS. beg to inform our advertising fridnds, that Si ,we intend in future to render our ADVERTISING ACCOUNTS ZONTHLY, and that advertisements from non.subscribers, must in all poses be paid for when brought to the office. This arrangement has become 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 Hcaminer may be] had at Mr. Dixon's, Central Store, Kiama. Contracts' made for Advertising, by the month or quar. ter, on' veory reasonablhe terms. Mr. CoaesLics LEGoTr has beeCOn appinted Collector .orthe s·taA ExAmssne. and is reghorissed to receive 'any sums due to the proprietors of that Journal. ILLAWARRA 8, NAVIOTION COMPAINY ' :TIME TABLE. BETWEEN SYDNEY AND KIAMA. S Fnos SrDarE; On Monday "Tuesdany, Wednesday, and Thursday, S direct, at 11 p.m. S Fnor KIAUaA: Every Monday and Friday, at 9 a.m., and on Tuesdays * and Thurs...

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TO OUR ADVERTISING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 August 1860

TO Oflt ADYVEITISING FUKEND)S. by h. p *r~rlbrd hor',f4 o'dll~k LJtI* rl. prte~ diLag tLb d.y nld Inurll·e LII1I thPy n.,.y Ignb.I *TO CORRIIESIONDEŽNTS. IL i. p ~ .Lrl: *IJ rrle~ lb.nL kclLer. Br Lb. ~mir. m~ fnnlc) Ifl.lIL IL pLL.L LLLtlI. BATU RDAnYl.LL I.,t....Id AUG ISTl.,n LuLL b25 1 l60 LL. l 1.. p..bIlc..tklo, buL a * guuru..IL. uog..d fl,lr.I. Ad, rlLu.. Lu ruiuul.. tL b. puriulLIL ill mLLLiLI~ LI.. -..lLLudLL,. LLd u nr LI Lur L..l b ...ul l rl,. lIL. (irrr LLoIrg bl.L.. .w.n LbLt duy pioLL IL pulIe.ILt.LI. SAT'URDAY. AUGUST' 25, 1860.

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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 August 1860

BATIIII)AY .1.... Aug. r5.% 6 51 513 8 * '[1WI E~iA311NIElt * PYOLsHYED Y.VERY WFED~gNsDA A D SATUIin)AY.

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MELBOURNE. Tuesday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 August 1860

, h..: fMELBOUR' ".NE . ' ' airts Tuesday,7 p No Miiaitstry yet. Mr. Heales and Mr Duffy are still in communicatiop and .a..coin hiontion is'spioken of with Servico and i'rancis at thu Customs and Treasury. ' At ni'eting in the Easteri ..Market, last night, Me;srs. Don, Wiison, Grey, and othlers, tried to get up an excitement about tho MIiai terial esis, but failed,-The Land Bill being the only topio which would be listened to by a eyb ody. Markeits unclanged.

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BATHURST. Tuesday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 August 1860

BATHIURST · I:"i j.hCij IIL, : i·( u uesday,8 8pmin. i a Th1.Escort will leavef for Sydney' to mnorrow morninw withliJ284n ose 14 dwtos r2grs of gold- io&10w Weathier, cloudy. ___ 1

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TILLOTSON'S SERMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 August 1860

TIr.roTRsoN's SERIMONB.-A Wclah curnta boeig asked how he nmaungcd to preach sermons so far above his own powers of compoaition, re plied, " I hove a volume of oormons by ono Archbishop Tillotoon which I translnto into Welsh, nod afterwards re-translate into English, nfter which the Archbishop himself. would not know his own compositions."

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[FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.] August 20, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 August 1860

[FRO.1O0R SoDtEer CObBrr PbNDENT.rore rsr. August 20, 1810, Tri.ANK Providence, we have hall line weather at last, anid George-street once more. rejoices in whirlwinds of dust. The rain is at present eon ti.ruing its trip to the northward. giving our friends there a turn, and we hope will not revisit us again for some time; tihe quantity fallen al ready this year is nearly double the annual full in London. Now that we have had a little leisure to look over tie English files of papers, there is nothing of any importance to warrant the apparent appre hension of a general war, at least so far as we can judge from them; but -there is often atn under-current of small events, too minrte, per. haps, to be noticed Ila detail, but whlich, in Ithe aggregate, produce a feeling of uncertainty ili the pu'blic mind. TI.ero appears to be a general restlessness among the various governments of IEurope, as if they wished to do something, but did not know exactly what. Our English Cabinet is in as un...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) GOULBURN. Tuesday, 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 August 1860

TEIEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. (.LBIDOED F2OM TUE BBUALD sAD OYFIBE.) OOULlIURN. - Tuesday, 90pro. True Southerni soerts have arrived, and will leave to-inorrow For Sydney, with the following quantiteesh of gold: oze. diots. grs. KIrandra . 50 0 0 Adeldng 076. ......... 976 :1 5 Qoudagoi ..t......... 81 2 ' 0 Tumrnbieruba ... i 10 0 llraidood'i ".'... .2 531 18 18 Goulbbrav 85' 8 '0 ~., .~lo n v: q:613;i 0'28'! ' We~tlii'rlifddyiliatrii ailb.

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SUPREME COURT.—SYDNEY. TUESDAY. SITTINGS FOR THE TRIAL OF CAUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 August 1860

8UP~rpiEMEQ~OUA2'.-SPDYDYRY . [F C Mox una. . -IsaLD.. , STirii os ron ruS TOtAL our CAUaSEs. . Before Mr Justce Wise and jury of four. : ORQAN V. OSDOONOZ . This was a?td action for trespass-the trespass complained of, being the pulling down of certain outhuisdihas forming part of the Coinnuerc:l tHotol, at Wollongong. £20 was paid into Court, and the real codtest was whether that was sutficict to cover the plaintiffs fair claim for damages. The evidence was very conflicting. The jury found a verdict for the defendant. . Conusel for the plaintiff, Mr. Martin, Q.C., and Mr. Fau'icett ; for the dofendaut, Mr. Blaklo and Mr. Milord. *

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SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS,—NUMBA. TUESDAY, 21ST AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 August 1860

COURT OY PEPTY SESIONA,- NUMBA.B Tueso.<~r, 21sT A\crusT. BEFOREn RF I BUD'h. For being ctrunk andl disorderly. Pleaded Cuilt~y* Finled 10s., or· 24 hourss ih the lock-up. ARM~STRIOON V. CANSB.. A obargeof felony-. Plaintiff a information wecnt .to show that thle defendalint cnaught two sovercrewns, hanlf-sovereign, And~ aL one0 pounld n)ote out of his handsu whlilst in thle act of showing thle money to himn, and rodle 017 w~ith it. TLhe witnress thaut was es aminedl proved plaintiff gaVe the mloney to defend ant inl liqluida~tionl of a notle of ha~nd. Ca~se dismnisse I. Sever.al tenderl s we·ro oreredcr to be invited for thle differenlt roa~ds about the district.

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JAMBEROO. Augus 23, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 August 1860

JAMBEROO. Augus 23,1860. 4NO1Ii:it actident tork place at a particularly ktwlward spot on ourt.inditlerept rnads, on ''ucidany ist. Mr. Ler, a commerci 't'raveller, who journey /rgR towards uanbroo in o yvehicle belonging to Mi :Adams', of Kiamin byin ho; hoa ie was also nccom ianried:-thi l)yiJr6.thoy were driving btca.me, for aom .rason Pr. her, unrmanageablo just as they , . , , reached th~e roigh stany brow of the-~slope, ·Just above the creek at Wa~oughapo, on the K~iauna side; and the unluck~y result was that both thle tcravllersr wocro precipitatel from theuir seatP, anld ·hfs. Lee's arml dislo~ncated, at thea shloulder. Thisl was, I believe, the onlly serious damagne sustained, andl this wasu prompltly ~repyiredl by Dr1. Cha~rles, of K~iama, who ioo~n alrrived to the assistance of the patient, at Mr. Law's Hlutel, Iad Mr\I. LeeU wasI enabledl to resumel hris Iperegrinutii n wvithout muchl loss of time.~ Consullering theu very. badl condlition in which theu road~ fiom Jambero...

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TERRIBLE TRAGEDY IN MISSISSIPI. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 August 1860

ToRnatnaL TRAGEDY ItN MrISSrSSEP.-TIIe Vicksburg (Mississippi) Sun of the 20th nit. records the following account of a dreadful tragedy near that city :-" A few years ago Mr. Lafayette Lee was married to a young lady of this county, Miss ficlcs, and remained for some time at the residence of his wife's father. In a short time Lee gave unmistakeable evidence of being dissatisfied, and treated his young wife un kindly. A temporary separation took place, during which Mrs. Lee remained at her father's house until a reconciliation was effected. Lee a few months ago went to HIzleeurst for the pur pose of teaehing school. le was unsuccessful, and finally returned to this county and solicited the assistance of Mr. Flowers (who was a rela tive). Mr. Flowers generally tendered the hos pitalities of his house to Lee and his wife, who accepted them. Mr. Flowers frequently saw enough to convince himself that Lee. treated his wife unkindly, and remonstrated with him, and urged him to make some ex...

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