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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 5 September 1860
C03DIEICIAL INTELLIGENCE. TIE S. 11I. Herald of Saturday last reports as under [Unless othernwiseexpressed, the prices quoted in this article are those in transactions between the producer and the first purchaser.] Wheat.-Nomicnl. No home grown. in the market. The importations from Adelaideo and Tasmania are to order, while the last cargo from South America is about to be stored for wan t of a purchaser. - Flour.-lFineo at £21, and second quality at £19, per ton of 2000 lbs. Bran, Is 3d per bushel. Bread, 5ad per 2-lb. loaf. Biscuit.-c Mr. Wilkie's quotations: cabin 28s, navy 17s, per 100 lbs. Mr. Hamilton: navy 18s, cabin 208s. per oo100 lbs. Jlntchers' Ment.-Beef, 2Id to Old, mutton a3d to 441, pork 4d to 5?d, veal 6d per lb. Lamb od per quarter Poultry and Dairy Produce. - Fowls as to 4s, ducks 4s od to ss od, geeso 7s to 9s, turkeys 7s to 12s, pigeons Is dhl to 2e, wild clucks 4s od to 5s od, teal 2s to 2s Gd rabbits 2s 6d to 4s per couple. llRoasting pies, 4o to 6s each. Butter...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. PENRITH. Friday, Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 5 September 1860
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. (AusRIDGD FROM TuE EURRALD AND MPIRE.) PENIUITH. F;iday Evening. THEaE was a large attendance of volunteers at drill to-day in the Grove. The Sydney mail started at the usual time yesterday, but on reaching Quarry Hill stuck last, and spades had to be procured to dig out the wheels of the coach, so fearful is the state of the roads. There is great excitement here .about the races. Very little business is doing. The weather is cloudy.
POSTPONED NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 5 September 1860
POSTPONED n OTICES OFMOTION. By Alderman Moss-1. "That the resolution of last meeting fixing the rate for the current half-year be reconsidered." 2. "That the Surveyor General be communicated with, on the desirability of continuing the Accom modation Road on the oeast side of Nowra Hill, to meet the Braidwood line recently surveyed by Mr. Sourveyor Mann; and for the accommodation of the settlers on the western side of Nowra Hill to continue the reserved road to meet the new line to Braid wood." 3. "That John Garrett, Esq., M.P., be requested to move, in his place, in Parliament, that the Re port of the Shaalhaven Municipality in reply to the Berry Petition, be printed. 4. "That it is eesentially necessary tlihat'the new Braidwvood line be proclaimed as soon as possible; and that the attention of the Surveyor-General be directed to the importance of opening this road forthwith. 5. "That the Postmaster-General be communi cated with in reference to Mr. Murray's effer of de livering and...
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. SHOALHAVEN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 28TH AUGUST, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 5 September 1860
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. - [FROM or CoORiRESPON?p?ENT.] SHOALHAVEN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 28TH AUGUST, 1860. TuE Council met pursuant to adjournment at two o'clock p.m. Present-The Mayor in the chair, and Aldermen Munro, Moss, and M'Guire. The Town Clerk read the minutes of last meeting, which on the motion of Alderman Munro, seconded by Alderman Moss, were confirmed. The report of the Nowra Ward Improvement Committee was presented by the Mayor as' chair man, and received. The Town Clerkc read a letter addressed to the Government Printer, with the balance sheet, for in sartion in the Government Gazette; and one to the Attorney-General referring to the circular respecting the Municipalities Act. Letters were read, one from the under-Secretary of the treasury, respeting the balance sheet; and one from the Attorney-General's office, respecting amendments in the Municipalities Act. Alderman Moss handed in five notices of me tion. The delegates Aldorman Munro and Moss reported the pro...
DOINGS AT COCKATOO ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 5 September 1860
DomNes AT CocKAToo IsBLAND.-On Monday last a party of gentlemen, including the captain of the Jeddo, paid a visit to the Fitzroy Dry Dock, and in spected the prisons on Cockatoo Island. In the course of their visit, they had occasion to enter the dormitory over the calls, in which are confined three of the prisoners concerned in the late insurrection. The visitors were accompanied by one of the officers. They had scarcely entered the dormitory when their ears were shocked by the most fearful imprecations addressed to their cicorone. Imprecations were followed by yells-yells by language of the most demoniacal description; the hootings of the wretched men must have been audible ever a great portion of the island. We are informed that the party of visitors, panic-stricken, disgusted, hurried away from the prison as rapidly as possible. -Empire.
NEW NOTICES OF MOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 5 September 1860
NEW NOTICES OF MOTIONS. By Alderman Moss 1. "That a special committee be appointed to revise the Standing Rules and to prepare such regulations as may be found desirable. 2. "That the amount due to the valuators, Mossrs. M'Laren and Gibson, for the past half year be considered. 3. "That Mr. Gollan's claim on the Municipality for rent of the Court-house, be now considered. 4. "That the Government be applied to for a sufficient sum of money to open the new road on the Braidwvood line from Nowra to the Yellow Water Hole, lately surveyed by Mr. Mann. 5. "That the Colonial Treasurer be respectfully requested to deposit the amount for the improve ment of roads within the Mnicipality to the credit of the Treasurer, Alderman Munro, in the Commer cial Bankic." At a publlo meeting hold in Mr. Hyam's, Green hill, on Wednesday last, it was resolved that a public dinner be given to John Garrett,.Esq., M.P., on Thursday, the 6th September, by the electors of this district, as a mark of their este...
NO STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 5 September 1860
No ST'EAMEn.-We have not been favored with the appearance of any of the I.S.N. Company's boats from Sydney since nlast Friday; although there has been nothing in the weather to prevent the usual trips from having been made. We believe, however, that some of the boats are laid up, and the Company are pushed to keep up the usual traffic. Conouensmnr.-R. B.Fry, Esq., J.P., has received the appointment of Coroner for the district of Kiama, vacant by the removal of Mr. Perrott.
BULLEN V. HEALY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 5 September 1860
BULLEN V. ITEALY.-In this case, which was on for a debt of a few shillings, heard at the last Court of Requests, the plaintiff swore distinctly to the delivery of the articles for the value whereof he sued, and that he had never been paid. The de fondant, an old Irish woman, very voluble, but rather unintelligible, swore with equal positiveness and far greater vehemence, that she never got the goods. T'he case thus rested on the opposing testi mony of the plaintiff and defendant, but plaintiff was supported by an entry of the transaction in his book, and the Bench therefore gave him a ver dict. Hereupon, Mr. Bullen immediately receipted Mrs. Healy's bill for the amount, stating that his object was not the recovery of tihe money, but to maintain his correctness in the matter. VWe omitted to mention this case in our report of the sittings of the Court, but it.is deserving of a pass. ing notice, as such little incidents do not often occur. A GnAvE MATTERn.-Wo understand that a Governme...
ATTEMPTED POISONING. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 5 September 1860
ATTEMPTED'.lP POISONING. Tus Carcoar correspondent of the Bathurst Times gives the following account of an attempt at poisoning: On Saturday our quiet town was startled by a rumour that Mrs. Byrno (better known as Mrs. Nevin, the name of her former husband, who, when alive, was best known as " Dhig-in-Dhu,' from his constant use of that expression, as he could never express himself properly in English), had been apprehended for attempting to poison her husband, Moses Byrne. This proved to be too true. On Tuesday, the 21st, Mary Byrne was brought before the Bench on the above charge. The first iitiness called was Thomas Cogan, a constable stationed at Blainey. IHe had retired to bed early on Friday evening, and was soon after called up by Peter Grady, when a halflcaste, called Alick Grady, began to tell him there had been a row at Byrne's, and that Byrne bad beaten and driven out the pri soner and her three children, He (Cogan) said that was nothing new. Grady replied that there was ...
CHILD FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 5 September 1860
CurIo Fouen.-At half-past eight o'clock on Saturday night, a male infiant, a month or five weeks old, apparently strong and healthy, was found by Mr. Moses Moss, lying on the door-mat of the house occupied by Dr. Williams, in Macquarieo. street. The infant was well and cleanly clad, and was wrapped round with a largo shawl. Informa tion of the occurrence was forwarded to the police, by whom the child was taken to the Benevolent Asylum, where it now remains. No clue as to the parentage of the child has yet been obtained.-S. Ai. Herald. PnonoGATIoN OF PA"ALIAMENT.-By a procla mation in a supplement to Friday's Government Gazetle, Parliament is further prorogued till noon on Tuesday the 25th instant, then to "assemble for the dispatch of busicess."
BATTLE OF PUKETAKAUERE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 5 September 1860
B:ITTLE OF PUKETIAKAUERE. [FROM TilE EMPIRE.] [Tni following particulars respecting the above "battle have been extractcd from a letter 'recently received by Mr. A. Phair, of Mel bourne, forn his brother, Sergeant George Phair. Grenadier Company, II M. 40th roegi "ent.] " Camp Waltara, New Zealand, "18th.July, 1860. SThe finger of Divine Providence was upon mn on the 27th June, when we made an attack upon the rebel pale, the particulars of which you will have learned ere this through the publio journals; I herewith enclose a pencilled sketch (which I have taken) of the plan of our attack. You will see by it that Major Nelson displayed his characteristic skill as a commander in .directing the mode of attack, which was excel , esnt. The Major, and Royal Artillery with :their guns, toeesher with the Light Company, Marines, and sailors, took utip their position be tween the little tree (described in my sketch) and the pal ; the Grenadiers and No. 4 Com ....pany (after it fatiguing march...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 5 September 1860
TO TUE EDITOR OF TI?E rAMA EXAMINC . (Continued.) JosnuA-Well, Caleb, I don't know that the Gospel may be said to be the most expensive thing which wo pur chase, because I always imagine that theo relative value of an article should be considered in reference to the benefit we are likely to derive from it, and not always suppose that an earticle is valuable because it costs us much, or otherwise, should it cost us littlo. I certainly do not think that we should regard the Gospel in a profit and loss kind of way, according to the supply of that commodity in the market. The Gospel is valuable, under all circumstances, and to receive the truth in the lovo of it, is absholutely necessary, for man's present and future ha pinecs, as the preacher said this morning, "The Scripturo is a light to our feet. and a lamp about our path, and that it is profitable for the life that now is mid for that which is to comne." It is valuable, Caleb, and I do not want it for nothing, but I do not think ou...
PLAN FOR THE REMOVAL OF THE MORMONS FROM UTAH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 5 September 1860
PLAN FORan THE REMOVAL OF THE Mon MONS Frwo UTAII.-The New York Herald's special correspondent at Washington, writing to that journal says, with refrence to the proposed removal of the Mormons from Utah:-" As the first legislative step on the subject which has been privately discussed during the last six months, Mr. Morris, of Illinois, will urge the passage ofa joint resolution appointing, Mlr. Orr, of South, Carolina, General Domphan, of Missouri, and Governor Wood, of Illinois, commissioners to'negotiato with the Mormons for the sale of thleir poseessions, on the express condition that they remove within a reasonable time from the limits and jurisdiction of the United States. The Commissioners are to make their report to the President by the next session of Congress. The ground for this move ment is to prevent a recurrence of war and bloodshed, as the history of the Mormons in Missouri and Illinois shows that they cannot, owing to their peculiarities, live on terms of peace and g...
JAVA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 5 September 1860
JA VA. [FROM TIE SINGAPORE rEs PRESS, JUNE 14 ] BY the Dutch mail steamer we have Java papers to the 7th current. The accounts from Banjormassing, which are to the 12th May, _do not show much progress in putting dowin. the. insurrection. Several en counters had taken place between detachments of troops sent out in different directions and parties of the enemy, which generally ended in the latter being put to flight, hbut the detach ments in most instances ultimately fell back upon their entrenched posts, being too numeri cally weak to occupy the ground gained. The Military Commandant at Baujermasting is said to have expressed the hope of being able to re store order in the whole of Banjermassing within the space of six weeks from the date of his dis patches, but he is considered rather sanguine in his expectations, considering the large extent of territory over which the insurgents are scattered and the very limited military force at his disposal. Three steamers which had been dispa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 5 September 1860
Terms: Advertieing.-Four lines and under......... 4 o Six ...... .... . ........ 2 6 Eight ...................... 3 o ,, Every additional lineo ......... o : 3 Snubscription-Pcr quarter in Advance :....... 6 ; At tho end of theo quarter ....., 9 0. Sir le copies. aoh ....... '..... 0 6 The quarters end on the last day ofJdne, September, December, and March, respectively. KIAMfA:--Pirlted and published by the proprietor, WsuoAx avine, of Klanee at the Eoemin?r Goeneral Prtntlng-otlce ehoalhavenaetrest, Etama, aforeeald Wednesday, Snept. 5th ie60.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 September 1860
Crown Landa' Sales S ALES of CROWN LANDS will be lahld at the undcrmentioned place, on the day stated; PANBULA (at the Police Ormcc), on THURS DAY, 4th OCTOBER.-CouNTRn LOT, County of Auckland: 34 acres at Saltwater Creel, on the southern shores of Murrimbula Lake, adjoining the west boundary of WV. Vaughan's 161 acres, parish of Panbula, portion 45. (Upset price, £1 per acre.) -SUiRunnaN LOTS. County of Auckland: 13 lots? (21 acres each) at Panbula, parish of Panbula, akl lotments 5 and 6 of section 30, 2 to 4 of section 31); 1 to 4 of section 36, 3 and 4 of sectiote 38, 3 andt '1 of section 39. (Upset price, £4 per ncre.)-T-ow} LoTs. County of Auckland'l 24 lots (2 roods eaqs) in the villago of Panbul; paresh of Panbula, alltt ments i3 to -l, of section 14. 5\ 8, 13, and j?:~, 4of section 15, 13,1ý 17 of section (i, 6 to '10 andel12" of section 40. ?jpsat price; £8' pet- acro) 4co Government Go No . 1 "5 Dairy Stock Lease of Farr, &c. t[.L W-ILLIAM ITRVING will sell by anu...
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 September 1860
COLONIAL EXTRI1ACrS. - --+--- ViSIT OF TIHE I'ttEIEIL TO ' IUtRUUcnUNYDI On Saturday last; it having been reported that Mr. Robeirsbri o otild lhoior thei Page by his p'eseisco, a meeting, at which the leading per sons in the towni attended, was held at Mr. Nichols', for the purpose of taking steps to give the bon. gentletsan a hearty welcome and a proper reception. It was unanimodusly deided to ask him to a public dinner on the day of his arrival; and also that a party of horsimen should mneet bins on the road, and escort him into the town, the muster to take place at Mr. Sydney'sI Hotel, at two p:m.; on Monday the 20tlh: As the appointed hour drew near, horse men could be seen coming to the place ap pointed; a goodly number, when, lo, ald btlxld I the h'on': Premier came galloping into the town from Warra, instead of cosming the direct road frorid Scone as was anticipated. lle at once procedded to the 3Murrurundi Hotel, where lie was visited bl' the elite of the district, and at a...
THE VICTORIA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 September 1860
TItE VICTORIA CLU.n-A dinner was girven on Saturday evening, at tie Victoria Club, in celebration of the Champion lMatch. The stewards of Melbourne and New Zealand, and several other visitors were present on the occasion, as also the Premier (dMr. Robertson), the Colonial Treasurer, and the Secretary for Public Works. The chair was occupied by lMr. Prince, IM. L. C., and Mr. George Rowley offi ciated as vice-chairman. In the course of the evening, Mr. Tait's -health, as the winner of the champion race, was drunk in butmpers of cham pagne; and he was warmly complimented on his good fortune. The owners of the horses of the neighboring colonies coupled with the name of Mr. Duppa, was next proposed by Mr. Jones, and similarly honored. Other toasts followel, and the company continued to enjoy themselves up to eighbt or nine o'clock, when they separated, highly gratified with the evening's proceedings. S.M. Herald. BEwARE OF FORoED NOTES.---Some scamp has forged a number of five pound not...