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THE POPE'S IRISH BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 29 August 1860

.TIE POPE'S i RIsI bRIsOADE.-tt he Ifaudn - eree, of Vienna, publishes a letter from Ancona,' dated the fish, which says:--" The Irish, yester day, had a fight among themselves, and wounded some of the gendarmes who interfered to sepa rate them. Tile delegate has hitherto treated thel Irish like princes, and their pretensions are, in consequence, unbounded. Every soldier in :sists oli having hss own! room, table &c. It, is to be feared that, after all, tile Pontifical Govern ment will be under the necessity of requesting the Irish to go home again." Mlr. Merry, M.P., the owner of Thormanby, the winner of the Derby, wins, it is said, up wards of £70,000 in bets alone. SUICIDE OF A "REVIVAL" PEACER. William 'I'Beth was for many years known in Coleraino as a very indifferent lcharacter, of in temperate Ihabits, and generally immoral reputa tion. When the revival excitement broke out in that part of the north of Ireland, M'Botlh came largely under its influence, proclaimed himse...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 29 August 1860

BIRTH. AT the Manse, Shellharbor, on Thursday morning, August 23rd, Mrs. McKail, of a son.

Publication Title: Examiner
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 29 August 1860

NOTICE. .:- TO0 ADVERTISERS. W'TE beg to inform our advertising friends, that T¥ we intend in future to render our ADVERTISING ACCOUNTS MONTHLY, and' thdit advertisoniments from non.subscribers, must in all cases 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 Ezxaminer may beD had at Mr. Dixon's, Central Store, Kiama. Contracts made for Advertising, by the month or quar ter, on very reasonablo terms. Mr. Coaresn Lsaco has been appointed Colleetor :or'the HuK?rA ExAMusnER, andis autlhorised to receiTr any sums duo to the proprietors of that Journal. ILLAWARRA S. NAVIGTION COMPANY TIME TABLE. BETWEEN SYDNEY AND KIAMA. Fnona SYDNEY ; On Monday Tuesday, Wednesday, andl Thursday, direct, at 11 p.m. Foe KIAMA: Every, :'Monday and Friday, at 9. a.m., and on Tuesdays * and Thursd...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.] August 28th. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 September 1860

S . ROM OUP. BYDNEY COREii'o.NDNFIT.1 August 28th. Trns has been a most humdrum sort of week, a and excepting the departure of the mail there is ..little of interest to comnmuicato. Should this .h state of things go on we shall be as stolid as the ditch burglars of Sleepy Hollow, and rival them in apathy. ..:! I am happy to see that the late rains have had no injurious effect on that tender exotic from Shoalthaven; the fat boy, who figures on large placards all over the town, in a wonderful ion .,'.descript sort of dress hetween a highlander's and u?,Ia schoolboy. If old Squeers had only numbered hinm among his pupils, ihe would have been a perpetual advertisement defying all sulphur treacle scandals. The Volunteers are hard at work trying to get *;"things.iuto working order, and the attendance of the artillery drill is very numerous consider . ing. :.The Governor received a deputation from the public meeting (held last week) in a very .'.gracious manner, and gives assurance that th...

Publication Title: Examiner
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FIRE AT SURRY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 September 1860

--'.; :' . . .FIRRidT'SOUR'R.Y HILL?L.. [IROM THi EMPIBOE. ABaouT two o'clock this morning a fire broke out in R house at Su rry Hills, known as Hibernian Cottage situated two or three hundred yards .to the southi ...: rd of the South Head Road, and little to the west of Crown-street. The house was occupied, and we believe owned, by a Mr. Waters, no upholsterer, employed at Mr. Lenehan's, who, on the alarm being given, had barely time to escape with his ,family from the burning edifice. The house was a wooden structure, built.of pine, which being of an exceedingly inflammable character, was soon con siumed. Two or three fire engines were despatched to the spot; but having to ascendma very steep hill at Campbell-street, some difficulty was experienced in getting them to the locality of the burning premises. When they did arrive the house was completely destroyed, and, fortunately, being a de tached building, the flames had not sprend to any otherpremises. Much alarm was felt in the n...

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EMU EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 September 1860

Estu Eoas.-?A considerable dmonod has lately arison in tilis part of the country for the eggs of tie Emu. as it is found that they are worth from 10s. to 20s. -n Melbourne. It is understooI that these eggs, which are of a beautiful green cblor, are cut in halves, and buing then set in gold. are sold at high prices, both in this country and In England, s articles of vertu.-S. AM. FHeald.

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RIFLES FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 September 1860

RIFLES FOR TILE GOVERNMIENT OF NEW SOUTH II. IILES. freoo .TE EMPIrne.. One of the New Enlield rifles just imporle I by the Government has been temporarily deposited at the Empire office for public inspection. We have.plea sure in inviting intending volunteers to inspect it, as also the accompanying accoutrements. Abhout two thonsand stand of rifles similar to it have been imported by the Government, per ship Admillan. The articles forwarded to us for publicinspection are the following. Rifled musket, of the pattern of .1853, with hnyonet, and jagged headed rammer complete, bayonet scabbard, muzzle stopper, snap cap, brown leather pouch, pouch belt, waist belt, frog, cnp-pocket, expense pooch, oil bottle, and gun sling, nipple wrench, with ball draws, cramp, &c. The gun and bayonet wveigh 101 lbs., the accoutre ments 3 Ibs. 12 ozs.-making in all 141 lbs. The rifle is a neat well-finished article, vary long in the barrel; end the bayonet is a particularly formidable looking w...

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METROPOLITAN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 September 1860

iMETROPOLITAN" RACES. (vnose 'ruE s. t. IIERALD.) THE sale of the R.anlwick gate, booth-stands, &o., for the Champion D.ay and three days of the. Spring Meeting, took place at MIartyn'a B lvz.r, on Satur lay, and attracted an unuosutlly large ntteninance of persons. The hiddings were tolerably blrisk, and, ns will be seen by the annexed list, the prices'rea lised were highly satisfactory. The gate (sold sub ject to the conditions and scale of charges fixed in .May) was knocked down to Mr. Charles Obeo, for 13281. 5s. For the booths the following prices were obtained. viz.-No. 1, 281.; No. 2, 251. Il)s.; No. 3, 281.; No. 4, 291.: No. 5, 361.; No. 6, 351.; No. 7, 281.; No. 8, 301.; No. 9, 281: No. 10, 211.; No. 11, 231.; No. 12, 201.; No. 13, 151.; No. 14;151.; No. 15, 191. Booths A and B in the grand stand brought 131. each ; and the cake, horse, and fruit stalls, 351. in all. The total sum realised was £1769 15s. We believe this is the largest amount ever netted in the shape...

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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 September 1860

DIARY. Dys of the w o. Suth Sunri s SVS1OiriiAY .... Sept. 1 6 .' S 38 15 UNDAY .. 0 1 639 6 1I1IND.AY ......... " 3 6 19 I 3 1 TLESDAY ......... " 4 (18 5 40 I TIHE EXAMINER. SPUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.

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SUPREME COURT. — SYDNEY. TUESDAY. SITTINGS FOR THE TRIAL OF CAUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 September 1860

SUPREMSI COUN7T.-SYDVNEY --- "c- TUESDAr. SITrisOs Fan TIIe TRIAL OF CAuses. BEFone Mr. Justice \Vise and a jury of four. TURBSBUIf. V. OGILFFIN. This was an action fur slander, uttered by defen. rant's wife against the wife of the plaintiff.' There was no plea. Mr. Wild appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. fsnaes for thi defendant. The parties lived near WVollongong, and the defendant's wife, by way ef abasing tlhe plaintiff, had levelled some insinuations naginst Mr. Turn. bull's chastity, which were admitted to be false and unfundle.l ; but it appear'ed incidentally that be sides bringing this action, recourse had been had to the police-olfice. Mitigation of namages was asked for upon this ground, and because there had been no real injury entailed by the abuse. The jury awarded one farthing, and his Honor refused to certify for costs.

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TO OUR ADVERTISING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 September 1860

TO 0fR ADVERTISINO FRIENDS. Allvertimara are parttoodnrly requested to mend in theilr favors by the p. crib. touurntt4 u'dlock on the craning p oecdilg tt.e tiny of pnbltcatlon Want of attention to this,. occasluns mot delay and tnemtventoncp than they may imngtoe. TO CORRIESPONDENTS; It In prtkttulurly retqeted thtat leters or tho E .amin.r may be nddroe..d I.t then Editor, onlyg, (writhout mcutiotllog any name) In order to pravent confusion. All rommunicntinns Intended·~ folr iomorton moot be Juthentt eytod by the name,.tt ndprea.s of th ,riter--not ypoauctrily for pubicati.on, but as guarante oty good faith. We cannot undertake to return rejted comumunication,. AdIyrtisers ... reuqu.'td to by p.rticular In marking tth yyyntyeyf insertions on eahlt n.dyyyttyeny. t. othl.'yy theJy yill beinserted and yhyyyyd for Itit yountyrmnyultp. Otydtpy for ithdraral oru ultrutkpns. mutt by Hoot to thu ofce (in writiug) beuore noon on the duy prior to putblicutlu. SATURDA Y, SEZ'TZAIBER sbt, 18...

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FAIRY MEADOW CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 September 1860

FAIRY MEADOW CRICKET MATCH. (FROM TIHE ILLAWARRA EXPRERS.) TiHE match between two elevens of the Albion Club--one side composed of members on the Balli side, and the other on the Fairy Meadow side, or as nearly so as was possible-came off on Monday last, on Mr. Bendle's ground, opplosite the Cabbage-tree Inn. Previous to the game being commenced, somo difficulty was experienced in arranging matters con nected with the dinner; hout this difficulty being overcome, the Bulli side went in first, and scored 76 in first innings. The Fairy Meadow side went in, and, as will be seen by the score, only scored 13 in their first inning, and in their second innings (having agreed to follow their innings) they got only 33 runs, maolting in all 46, and leaving the Bulli men victors wih 30 runs and one innings to spare. The play on the part of the Fairy Meadow side was by no means good, as might have been expected from tile fact of many of the players never having taken part in a matchll before. St...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 September 1860

Terms:. Advertising.-Fonr.lines and under........ 2 0 Six ................ 2 6 Eight ...................... , Every additional line ........ O S Subscription-Per quarter in.ndvanca:....... 8 6 At the optd of the quarter ..... 9 0 inrle copies, each............ O 6 The cuarters end on the lastday of June, September, December, and March, respectively. ,, .... [&MA.eA:-P-itnted and published by the proprldeto,?ILUAX ,lavlo,.ot-ima, ". thqAn,..Es.r,t0R GrrOere inie Ue c Bhoalhavne.trest, lneiam, e o {r a t `t ,r ' gt. led Ieew .. , ,s~p~a

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 September 1860

TilE departure of the Exploring iExpedition from Melbourne, is an event to which we will nnxi ously await the issue;--filly equipped with every resource that past experience and science can suggest, and also bringing into use for the first time in Australia the " ships of the desert," as the camnels are figuratively called. So far as human means are available, we may even look with some confidence to a definite result. But what-is the fate of the brave LEICIIIAltDT and biscomrades still to remain shrouded in dark liess, or are we only to know their end by tihe bleaching skeletons whitening in the desert T Hope, it is said, can exist on very little -on even the shadow of a probability-and many a widow has watched for years the return of the ship long since foundered in the ocean; so, until we have absolute proof of the death of the party, hope will still linger on, balance and weigh sup positionst, probabilities, hearsay evidences, till it almost cheats itself into belief. In the M'C...

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KIANDRA DIGGINGS [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 September 1860

KIAN1DRA DIGGINGS Tne following letter appears in a recent number of the Alpine Pioneer:- Sir,-Presuming that the columns of yonr paper nre open to co respolndents, ahlthough their opinions may dif rer fromt voure, 1 vellture to remnonstrate with you aiainst the glowing exaggerated statements of your mining re. porter. Now, Sir, whoever the gentleman is that does tha amiable for you in mining matters, I consider that he ought to bie meore cutions and weigh w.ll the con oequences that are likely toensue-the effects left upon the minds of the peopde thronbghout the length and breadth of these colonies, after pernsing the reports of the Iiandra gohl-fields which have appeared froea time to time since the npublienltin of the Pioneer. After all that has been said about this place in shape of pllfling in the various journals throughout New South Wales, I make Icld to say thant Kiandra is not na gol gold-fiel,l. annd I know that three parts of the present populatioon will bear no out in mv...

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KIAMA COURT OF REQUESTS. THURSDAY, 30TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 September 1860

•EIAMA COURT OF REQUESTS. TnunsDAY, 30T AuaUST. (Before Messrs. Waugh, Hindmanrsh, the Mayor, Mr. Robb, Mr. Kendall, and Mr. Fry, and subse quently, Mr. Moles.) Tins Court opened with a list" of forty-ono cases, promising a long sitting, but several were settled without a hearing, and the others generally being -for goods sold, and overdue promissory notes, did not occupy much time, so that the Court rose about two o'clock. HARRIS V. TOTTEN. To recover £1 4s. 4d., damage done by the fowls of defendant to plaintiffs growing barley. Plaintiff stated that defendant's fowls, to the number of about six or eight dozen, were constantly on his crop. notwithstanding repeated requests that they might be kept away. The damage done by them had been valued by two neighbors at the amount sued for. Defendant said that the fowls had been shut up for six weeks, and that part of the damage had been done by dogs. lie also put in a set-off for £1 2s., on account of work done. Ilo admitted, however, tha...

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ADELAIDE. Monday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 September 1860

ADELAIDE. Monday, 4 p.m. Flour, £14 10s.; whent, Ga. A general holiday, in honor of Prince Albert's birthday. Tuesday, 6 p.m. Tho Upper House have rejected the bill to reduce the Governor's salary; only one voting for it. The Lower House rend, a second time, a bill to place all maratime officers under a general Mari time Board, responsible to the Government. The bill alsoabolishes nearly all port charges, leaving vessels to employ pilots or not, as they please.

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 September 1860

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. -4~--- James Bourke pleaded guilty to being drunk in Kianma on thse29th instant, and in default of pay ment of a fine of 20s. was ordered to be locked up for 12 hours. SueLrsArnon MUNICIrPAL CouNCItr, v. JosEPcs Ross.-Obstructing a road. William Moles stated : I nam Chairman of the Shellhnrbor Municipal Council. Defendant is the owner ofproperty within the Municipality, at Mount Terry, The main road from Wollongong to Kiama passed throagh property within the Municipality. Defendant has encroached upon the road with a cockatoo fence, in some places nine feet, in others fifteen feet, and in some parts nearly across the whole road. I pro duce the Government Gazette containing a copy of the bye-law making it penal to encroach on the road. I gave crfeondant notice to remove the fence in terms of the Iye-laiws, Ibut lie has not done so. I measured from the corner pins of the lots that Rloss bought, as marked by Mr. Wells. Defendant stated that the fenea was only a...

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MELBOURNE. Tuesday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 September 1860

IMELBOURNE. Tuesday, 7 p.m. Tho'Assembly met at four o'clock this afternoon. Mr. Nicholion explained that lie and his col Ieagues, wit. the exception of Messrs. Service and Francis, hal agreedl to retain office in the present difficulty. An animated debate followed, when Mr. Duffymade a well.considered onslaught on the AttoraneyGener.al, which brought forth an indiffer ent repl,. About 2000 people were outside the FIouse, who had adjiourned from last night's meet ing in the Eastern Market. Nio~olson has declined to give a policy to-night, pendhg the re-construction of his cabinet. Flur, £15 10s. 3(00 bushels of Adolaide wheat were sold at Gs. 3d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 September 1860

NOTICE. TO ADVERTISERS. • bqg to inform our advertising friends, that •' we intend in future to render our ADVERTISING ACCOUNTS MONTHLY, . and that advertisements from nIon-subscribers, must , in all cases be paid for when brought to the office. Thisarrangement 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 Examiner may be] had at Mr. Dixon's, Cential Store, Kiama. Contracts made for Advertising, by the month or quar ter, on very reasonable terms. Mor. CoaseLls LsaAolT has been appointed Collector or the KIMxA EX masne. and is authorised to receive any sums due to the proprietors of that Journal.. ILLAWARRA S. NAVIOTION COMPANY TIME TABLE. BETWEEN. SYDNEY AND KIAMA. Fnoo SYDNEY; On Monday Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, direct, at 11 p.m. Foo KIAaeA: Every Monday and Friday, at 9 a.m., and on T ieTdays" and Thursdaya*.at 12 (...

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