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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 January 1860

DIARy. Days of .tho Woeekl. y Sof un:I 8unst M on's SATURDAY ......... I Jan.145I 8 I 7 10 212 SUNDAY *1 "4 61. 71 .201 MONDAY. .... ] 4 :1 I0 7 I TUESDAY ......... " 17 5 7 24 THE EXAMINER. PUBLISIIED. EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. All comimunications intended for insertion must ho authentl catedby th name and address of the Iwrlter--not necessarily for puhlleatlsonjbut as a gusranceo of good faith. Weo cannot undertake to return rejected communications. Advertiselrs are requcstcd' to be particular in marking the number of iosortions.on each advertisement,otherwsle they will be inerted and charged for till countermanded. Orders for withdrawal oralterations, must be sent to the olico (in writing) before noon on the day prior to publication. S:ATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1860.

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A NEW KIND OF CORN FROM AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 January 1860

A NEw KtND (,F CoRN IRee AsRICc A.--Wo were yes terday shown by MIr. Portus, senior, a splendid sample of American corn, brought by him to the colony on his return in the year 1857. This corn, which is called American pop-corn, arrives at maturity in favorable seasons in.eighty days, and is remarkablie for the quan tity of the yield, greater far, we are told, than the ordi nary kind. Mr. Portus, by way of experiment, has given a small portion to different persons, and tlhe results which have been communicated to him are highly satis factory. MIr. MI'Murray, a tenant on MIr. Scott's land, at Wallaloncc, planted some early in October, and it is now full cobbed, and will be ready to pull in a month. It has also six cobs on one stock, which is very remark able, it being of rare occurrence to meet with more than one. The lower cob is situated within a few inches of the ground, and the others at intervals above It. Mr. Portus has not measured tihe yield to tihe acre, owing to its not grow...

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FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 January 1860

FORIEIGN. •.The following is an analysis of the treaty of peaoe concluded between France and Austria, as signed on 17th October by the plenipoten tiaries at Zurich. The fact of the signature of this:treaty was announced in our last. The. treaty commences with the usual preamble, de sirous of putting an end to the calamities of war, and forming a definite treaty based on the preliminaries made at Villafranca. Plenipoten tiaries have hbeen appointed and agreed to tho following :-That the peace shall be concluded between France and. Austria, as signed on 17th Ootober by the plenipolentiaries at Zurich. France returns to Austria the Austrian steamers seized during the war, but on which judgment has not been passed,..&c. Austria gives up Lombardy, -with the exception of Mantua, Pcs chiera, and as far as tihe frontier fixed by a spe cial commission-the limit of which is already known. The Emperor of the French declares that he transferred these portions of Lombardy to the King of ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 January 1860

'Our rcaders are already aware that recent appointments t< the magistracy by the CowPEa administration have caused a number of the Goulburn, Mudgee, and Armidate justices to resign their seats on their respective benches. These magistrates, seriously impressed with a sense of the degradation brought upon the magistracy by these appointments, deemed it their duty as patriots and gentlemen to resign into the hands of his EXCELENCY their com missions. In this colony thile material whereof to manufacture respectable justices of the peace is unquestionably difficult to find and; there fore.the appointments ought, we think, not to 'be more than the urgent necessity of any com munity demands. We do sincerely regret that so many utterly disqualified to acquit themselves creditably, have obtained appointments to the commission of the peace. We are not, how ever, of opinion that recent appointments made by the CowP?E Government are more objec tioniable than others made by previous ...

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EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 January 1860

EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. (fROM .rug.uoiz g:h sws.) BRITISIH. 4--The domestio news does:not present ainyvery striking features of importance. " 'Cabinet Councils have been unusually fre quent of late, a circumstance from which-a variety.of auguries are drawn. Parliament has been prorogued till the middle of December. :oThere is no longer any doubt that a joint expedition to China is to go forward without delay. We are taking the necessary measures foir organizing the requisite force, and the pre parations in France are already far advanced. It is also understood that 8,000 troops, to be fol lowed by reinforcements, will be ready to start about the-middle of next month. A-banquet was given recently to Lord Derby and the principal members of the late Govern enient, at which China, Italy, and France were barely and the MIediterrancan war lightly touched upon; while the relative position of the two great powers-the Whigs in and Tories out-occupied nearly the whole attention of one of the l...

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FOX GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 January 1860

FOX GROUND. The news that I send this week will not be very inte-. resting to your numerous readers, nor will you have to say " Our correspondent's news from the Fox Ground is crowded out, and will have to lie over until next publi cation. The grievance that has been written of from time to time, has agitated considerably the publio mind, and therefore I will say nothing about it. The folks down here are put to great inconvenience by not having a mail established to bring their letters and newspapers twice a week. 1 would suggest that a meet ing be called of the inhabitants of the Fox Ground for the purpose of seeing what could be done to carry out the above project. I hope the inhabitants will, make a stir in the matter, and give liberally their peenniary assistance; and there is no doubt but that the pro prietors of the Examiner and Mercury would donate a trifle towards the object; and then we might have a pri vate mail twice a week from and to Uerringong, .on Wednesdays and Satur...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 11TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 January 1860

INICOIPAL COUN?IL. . WYEDNESDAY, 11TH JANUAtY.l Present-His Worship the Mayor, and a full Council. The Town Clerk having read the minutes of last meeting, p?roceeded to read a letter to the Colonial Secretary, with referenlce to the ballot boxes for the coming election, wherein he stated that the Returning Officer in this district had refused to give up the ballot boxes in his possession, on account of their being the property, of the Government. Alderman Prtl moved, and Alderman HKANRAHAiN ecconded That the municipality apply to the Government for leave to borrow to tile amount of three years' revenue, or as much less as the corporation should require. After some discussion the motion was puit and carried. Alderman Roslosox moved, and Alderman COLLEY seconded That the main road through the inunlcipality, commone lng in Jamberoo, to the Crooked River, be opened to the full width. After some discussion, Alderman BLow moved That this motion be postponed to this day fortnight. which wa...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 January 1860

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. :· rr (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTSB.) GERRINGONG. I did not see "Backwoodsman's" letter utitil the latter end of last week, after I had despatched my quota to your:budget of news; or elso, as personally appealed to in it, I would have endeavored to answer his questions. He complains of the advertisement calling the late meeting, and justly too. I suffered inconvenience from it, but attributed it to an oversight, not to a desire of seereoy. He asks, "swhat our grevance are?" They. are, or rather it is, the unjust claim made by Kiama ward on us for 15 per cent. of os'r revenue. Granting that we are the " happy, well-to-do people" whichs " Backwoodsman" describes us, still we do not labor under such a plethora of wealth that we can afford to give (without cause assigned, or hope of remuneration in any shape) nearly onle-sixth of our revenue to the equally happy, well-to-do people of Kiama. We feel it hard, with our own highlwvays and byways in snuch a wretched state,...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 January 1860

TO TIlE EDITOR OF .THE KilAMA EXAMINER. Sm,-I am induced to think that the following convoroatlon, overheard between a rate-payer of Kiama and Shellharbor, may not prove uninteresting matter for your readers. For obvIous reaIone. 1 forbear to give the correct names of the parties en gaged in the dialogue. BaowN: Well, Jones, have you paid your rator Jones: No; and will not, till the law compels me. I.would appeal, but I oo no chance ofgetting any good by doing oo. I to~ll you what-it io,Ulrown; it is confoundedly voxatlons to ha obliged to pay rates for bloceleioads such as are in our Counnil, to have thle power of voting away for any stupid purposeo they think proper. Bnoow,: I don't think yoa Shellharibor chapshave muich cause to comploin. Upon the whole, I think your aldermen are a decent lot. JoNFes: Oh! you don't think so, but I do. But we don't dub them aidcrmeo;-to call theum councillors seems to me ten times too dignllged. And as for their being a decent lot, I can not agree...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 January 1860

LEGISLATIVR ASSsnulY.-.-W t' OF ErLocTrIosN.-Tlhe Speaker of the Legislative Assembly has issued a writ, and the following arrangements have been made for tile' election of a member to serve in tile present Legislative Assembly of New South Wales for the electoral district of East Sydney, in the room of Charles Cowper, Esq., resigned. 'lace of nomination, Hyde Park; date of nomination, 18th January; polling day, 20th January; return of writ, 24th1 January, 1860. \VILLtat MACrEAY, Esr, M .P.-We learn from pni vate letters that oar respected representative, Mr. Wil liam Macleay, is about to pay us a flying visit. He was to leave Sydney on Tuesday last, and may be expected in Wagga Wagga about Thursday or Friday next. l'agyga Weaga Eepress, 7th January. MNa. L. H. BAYLEY IN VYICTORIA.--Mr. ayhloy (late Attorney-General of New South Wales) was, yesterday, admitted to practise as a barrister ill the colony of Vic toria.--Argus, 23rd December. Tns TEA AND SUGAR DUTIES.-An interesting con ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 January 1860

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (AhnnDOED r.os THE I5EILD AND ESIRE.) PORT OF SYDNEY. January 9.--AmLos oareoacc, American ship, Captain Nlcken ado, front l'net Sound 10th, anod SahI raueiSco 21st X kovcnibr, with 010,O1t fct of luoiber nod spars. January41 --SoalocC, P. and 0. Co.'a s, Captain 3etthvin, from Sues 00th November, with the European Septembocr mails, and 010 packages of morchandize. COiATEPtS INWARDS° J.onuary 0.-K-inama (s.), from lilass and Woliongong, with i7 kegs butter, 30 bundles cabbugatrec, 40 bags bran, 15 bage ionize, 13 calves. 13 pigs. .Ianuary 1O.--Po.eprl and Rose, from Dellambi, with 125 tons coal; Spec, fromn Soalllhavenl, with 133 bgs maize, T17 bags whont, 5 toos potatoecs, 6 bags onions ; .lmoseaJ (a.), frsm l3aana, 0 hoalbra:n, and Wollongong, with 110 kogs outter, 53 bags Shmai, 127 bags potatoes, 15 Wtndlls cabbagetroc, a pigs, nod 6 calves. ,nuary il.--pfd (v?.)? 4frosu.Klanma nod Shselllmrbor, with 55 kegs butter, 12 pigs, 1 coop.Towls, C bes eggs, Ii ba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 January 1860

T.LLAWARRA STEAM NAVIGATION C?d --P'~'?'ANY .-In order to ensure regularity in tlhe. .tarting qf .the Steamers of this Company at the advertisel?.hours,. as well as increased speed in the. honveyanoe of passengers, some slight alterations have be8n decided upon, as will appear in the fol lowing - TIME TABLE. BETWEEN SYDNEY AND WOLLONGONG. FRO0 SYDNEY--Monday and Thtrsday, at 10 a m..; on Saturday, at 8 a.m.; and on Monday* ar i~d Wednesday,* at 11 p.m. FROM WOLLONGONG--0n Monday,Wedgesday, ,aidF:riday, at: 1 pm. pf6mpt; and on Tuesday* e iid Thursday,* at 2 p.m. " S 'SYDNEY AND KIAMA. FROM SYDNEY-On Tuesday and Thursday, at 9 p.m. direct; on Monday* and Wednesday,* at 11 p.m.; and on Saturday, at8 a.m., calling at Wollongong. FROM KIAMBA-On Monday, Wednesday, and ;Friday, at 11 a.m. prompt; and on Tuesday* and Thursday,* at noon. SYDNEY AND SHOALHAVEN. FROM SYDNEY-On Tuesday and Thursday, at 9 p.m.; and on Saturday morning at 8 o'clock. FROM GREENWELL POINT-On Monday, Wed nesday, an...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 January 1860

COMMERCIAL ITTELLIGENCE. * M Mr. WV..Hezlet, under date Ilith January, report's Wihest, per bushel, Os to 7s; maize, ditto, as to so 3d; pots toes, per oot., to0 to 13s. onions, ditto, Os; flour, diito, ti0s; butter, per lb., lEd to is; bacon, ditto, 74d to Old; eggo, per dozen, is to Is 3d: pigs, each, (In doomed) lOs to Sos; calves, dItto, 135a to Ills; fowls, per coupie,so to So Od; dacks, 3 Od to 4s tlurkeyB, to to 10s. Mr..Solomon Hyanm, under diteo 10th January, re ports Wheat, Os Od too7s per bustct barley, to to Os Od ditt; core, Se to·9s ad per bushel; potatoec, Ile to lb Od per coot.; onions,. Os to 7nditte; butte, Is per lb; checee,3d to Od ditto; -bacon, Od Icitad dtitto; eggs, is 3d to ie td per doe; fowls, do 3d to do Od prpair; ducks, do Od to Os Od ditto; turkeys, Soc to ls 0d tto; geess, 10s to les ditto; pigs, 4d to Sd per Ib; hides, 10s to 1t each' calves, fat, 1is to 30te Braidwood mill prices are as follows: Flour, first quality, t81 per ton seconds, 261: bran, ...

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PORT OF KIAMA. EXPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 January 1860

POR~T OF IUAM3A. - xronr5 1'Qr I.~.N. ao. tcnmcrs for tho woek ondiog Trfluflty 12,1800: 18 baico butoo, 49 cae chee 5ooop fowlo, 10 coors cggo, Oi Bltes hnotte, 2B cooro hOcvs 15 s~,s pototoes, 5 bogs onions, 3 bago gross orod, 5 bago 001000, 0 i~des, 2 buodle5 calf akisss.and osssdrlc5.

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POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 12TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 January 1860

POLICE COUrZT. Th URSDAsY, 12Tu JANUARY. (Before his Worslhip the Mayor, Messrs. Perrott, .Robb, Moles, and Fry, J.P.'s.) Michael Hindmarsh summoned Hannah Totten for absenting herself from his hired service. Mr. Hindmarsh sworn stated: In October last I went to Sydney intend ing when there to hire a servant, but I received a letter from Mrs. Hindmarsh saying she had hired one. The girl present is th eone she hired. She absented herself on the 2nd January last. I have nothing whatever be sides to complain of her. Mrs. Hindmarsh sworn, stated: Had sent to this girl's mother the latter end of October, saying she wanted a servant, if her daughter was out of place. The mother brought the daughter to her house the same day, when the daughter agreed to come for twelve months at 6s. per week. The mother said she was quite willing, for by that time her daughter might perhaps get married. The girl came and suited her very well, not having anything to complain of. The mother came after the gi...

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THE KIAMA LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 January 1860

THE KIAMA LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY.-On the evening of last Tuesday the first meeting of this society held this year, took place. Few of the members were in attendance. The presidents were absent, conse quently, on the motion of Mr. John Marks, his Worship the Mayor took the chair. The chairman briefly opened the meeting with a financial statement, showing the in come and expenditure of the society during the last year. He then called on those present to elect office bearers for this year. On the motion of Mr. W. Irving, seconded by Mr. Lyndsay Dymock, Messrs. L. W. Gray, John Marks, and John Taylor, were chosen presidents; Mr. James Colley, treasurer and librarian; and Messrs. S. Barnier and W. Irving, joint secretaries. The essayist was absent, and the preliminary business having occupied considerable time, it was then moved and carried that the debate be adjourned to the next night of meeting. It was then intimated to the society by the worshipful chairman, that Mr. James M'G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 January 1860

NOTICE.-Miss HAIRVISON begs respectfully to intimate that the DUTIES of her SCHOOL   Will be RESUMED on MONDAY the 16th INST. Kiama, 13th January, 1860. TIESLEYAN SABBATH SCHOOL, Crawley V. . Forest.- The ANNUAL EXAMIN.A TION of this School will take place in the Wes leyan Chapel, on WEDNESDAY, the 18th INST., to commence at 11 o'clock. A one o'clock, there will be a PUBLIC TEA MIEETING, to which the friends of the above institution are respectfully invited. After Tea, the prizes will be awarded to the children, and addresses delivered. ADVANCE SHELLHARBOR .- The under l. signed having erected, at considerable cost,. a large and commodiouis Ball-room adjoining his hotel, begs to inform his numerous friends and patrons that he will open the new building with a graid IBALL and REFRESHMENTS, on the eve ning of THURSDAY, the 6tli'JANUARY.; Single Tickets ... ... ... 4s. Double do. . ...... ... 5s. The 26th being the Anniversary of the. Colony, it is expected that this enter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 January 1860

6- 0. -OALMANACS for the New Year L U8 now on SALE. G. J. DIXON, Central Store, Kiama, Next the New Court-house. FOR SALE, a new three horse-power THRESHING IMACHINE, by one of the best makers. The above will he sold considerably below the cash price, the owner having no further use for it. Apply to COLLIE AND CURR, Wollongong. The Mighty Healer! WORLD-IKNOWN AND WORLD-TRIED. HOLLOWA.Y'S OINTMENT. ITS adoption in' thlomost fimnous public hospitals, at home and abroad, and the voluntary testimonies of persons in all quarters of the globe, who have given it a fair trial, have established a world-wide reputation for this purifying and healing Ointment. It penetrates, with marvellous power, to tie seat of an internal disease ; and in all external disorders, its application has a rapidity and completeness of effect that resembles magic. BAD LEGS, OLD SORES, AND ULCERS. Any of the above class of cases that have pertinaciously refused to yield to any other medical application, invari ably ...

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WRECK OF THE "ROYAL CHARTER." [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 January 1860

STYR?ECK OF THE' " ROYAL COHARTER." (1oisOM T?lE HOME NEWS.) The scene of thlie wreck is Moelfra, about nine 'miles from BeaunIari.4i, and three or four miles rotn where the Rothsa! Castle was lost many years ago. Red Wharf Bay is situated about three miles to the westward of Puffin Island, Menai Straits, and six or seven miles to the iorth-west of B3eaumaris. With the exception of the hay, which is very sandy and sllallow, the coast is rocky and bold. Just on the eve of the dreadful disaster, the passengers, believing their voyage at an end, had presented Captain Taylor with a piece of plate in testimony of their appreciation of his :ability and kindness. On the day of the wreck the captain's ~ife and his two daughters.were awaiting him on the North Laiding Stage at Liverpool. Amongst those who wcnt' ashore at Queens town was a lady, who would have gone on with the vessel for Liverpool, had she not believed that her near approach to confinement rendered it unsafe to run the risk. C...

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

.0 TO? .E UDITOR OF TIH IK.A~A A "EXAMINER. - Sli,-I see by your last publication tlhat the " Back woodsman" has thrown off his mask and come before the public ini hli real character ; perhps he lhas done so to give tlioe public n opportunity of jnidging hli ability, which liiid greatly fiallen in the back ground since hiis elevatiiin to thile ofice whlich lihe now holds, or perhaps the young sportsman on new .year's day lihas frightened liiin from the silelnt and obscure retreat whiclh he dared to hide himself in while he, under thle iask of friendshlip, would east contelnpt and vent his : miserable spleen oin some of his most respectablo neighbors, to please a few of his most particular' friends. But, Mr. iEditor, in glaneing down your columns, the " Backwoodsman," or publie olficer, as he styles himself, piuts me muoli in mindll of a surly cur reclining in some secure rotreat, whining and barking. when' there was no oceenipn,. but so soon as the curwas pulled out into open diay h...

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