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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 January 1860

O YOU SUFFER from headache, giddiness, dimness D of sight, spasms, indigestion, languor, depression, or loss of appetite, sickness, heartburn, drowsiness, flatu lency, pains and fulness at tlhe pitof the stomach, or tihe region of the liver,-if so, try IINCH'S VEGETABLE ARTIBILIOUS PILLS, perfectly free from all prepara tions of mercury, thle preparation of which is fast spread ing throughout tihe colony, by the recommendation of thousands who have been greatly benefitted by them. Prepared only by CHARLES C. FINCH, (late J. and E. Row,) Chemist, 84 King-street, Sydney. The ~iElam Examiner is published every WEDNES DAY and SATURDAY MORNING, Iand despatched immediately, eitheor by mail or courier, to all parts of New South Wales and the sister colonies, to London, Liverpool and Glasgow, Great Britain; and, as the issue is very. considerable, it affords greait facility for every;kind of advertisement.. * • Terms: S. d;.' ' Idvertising.-Feour lines and under.......... 2 .0. Six ...........

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 January 1860

DIARY. Das lay ?onhf I Sunrise I I Moon'sA Daysof the Week. n uo rso unset Ae WVEDNE~DAY .... Jan.05 I518 I 7 2 THURSDAY . * 20 5 18 7 6 8 FRIDAY .......... " 27 5 20 7 5 4 THE EXAMINER. I'UBLISIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. All communications intended for insertion must be authenti cated by tile name and address of tile writer-not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. We cauunnot undertake to return redccted communications. Advertisers are requested to be partieular in marking thle number of insertions on acha advertisement, otherwise they will boinserted and charged for till countermanded. Orders for withdraial or alterations, must be sent to the oince (in writinpg) before noon on the day prior .o publication. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1860.

Publication Title: Examiner
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BANQUET TO LORD BROUGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 January 1860

BANQUET TO LORD BROUGIJAM. (FROM THE EDINBURGH WEEKLY MsERCURY.) "Look to Brougham," said Sidney Smith, "and turn to that side where he waves his long and lean fingers, and mark well that face that nature has marked so.. forcibly, that dissolves pensions, turns jobbers idto honest men, scares away the- plunderer of the public, and is a terror to him who doeth evil to the people." The genial, witty spirit that thus in a sentence pictured the person and described the character of the greatest living orator and reformer of his day, has gone to its account. Brougham still remains-the last of a race of intellectual giants-the only surviving link in a long line of heavily-freighted minds and wonder-working men. The veteran of a thousand fights and fields wears his age, too, amazingly well. No one who saw and heard him on Wednesday night could have imagined it possible, had they not otherwise known the fact, that eighty-one summers had cast their lights and shadows around his head since he...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 January 1860

Some time ago w?e were informed that the Cumberland cattle disease had made its appear ance in this neighborhood... We did not then feel muhli alarmed, because we thought that some other disease than that might have been the cause of the death of the cows which were then said to have died of the Cumberland dis ease. Cattle are dying now every week in the immediate neighborhood of Kiama, displaying the usual symptoms of the Cumberland disease, and we now begin to harbor fearful forebodings as to the evil consequences resulting to dairy farmers from the prevalence of this disease. Several do already feel greatly the loss of. their cattle, and others are still likely to suffer in this shape. Not less than two-thirds of the dairy farmers in this district have the whole of their capitial invested ip their..dairy herds, and not a few have gone in debt *to add to their dairy stock. Should "the disease spread itself, as in all'problbility it'will, how fearful to many will'be:the resuils. It...

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MR. GLADSTONE ON DR. LIVINGSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 January 1860

MI. GLADSTONE ON Da. LIVINGSTONE.-At a meeting held on Tuesday at Cambride on behalf of the Oxford and Cambridge mission to central Africa, which owes its origin to the im pression produced by the visit of Dr. Living stone to the University of Cambridge, Mr. Gladstone spoke in support of the mission, and referred, as follows to Dr. Livingstonc :-" I had not the honor of forming the personal ac quaintance of Dr. ILivingstone, but yet, having become acquainted with his labors as he has given them to the world, and having watched his course of proceedings in this country, I can not refrain from adding my tribute to the uni verisal admiration which his whole character has drawn from the willing hearts of his fellow countrymen. (Cheers). Dr. Livingstone,in my'opinion, gave no more significant mark of the height of his intelligence and the true greatness of his mind than when he chose to make Oxford and Cambridge the great centres of his efforts at home. (Cheers). HIo knew well that there...

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RAILROADS TO THE WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 January 1860

RAILROADS O T EO T? E EST.-' liave received a communication from an esteemed friend in Sydney, who informs us that Mr. J. 'Martin,M. P.; has beon up the oValley of the Grose, inspecting the intended line of railroad to Bathurst; he describes .the line as presenting no very great difficulty to the- com pletion of a road by that route. ' Mr. M. took to Sydney a sample of coals found in the neighbor hood, it does not appear to be of the best quality, but it must be borne in mind, that what has been seen at present is but the outside of the seamin and the probabilities are, that its character will improve below the surface.' Qur correspondent also informs us that he has had sonime conversation with Mr. Mort, the member for West Macquarie,' who is pre-. pared to exert himself to the utmbst.in order to obtain a railroad forB3thUirst,"s"hb"is 'of opinion that that mode of transit should be adopted wherever it is possible, even at the expense of a national debt. We know little of Mr. M. as ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 January 1860

- SCOTLAND. 1.... ' (' iFROue THE HioCE NEWS.)' A. great banquet in honor of Lord Brougham was given by the citizens of Edinburgh on the 26th October. It was a highly successful meet rag. :The General Council of the University of Edinburgh met on 28th October to elect a chan cellor of the University. The election lay be tween Lord Brougham and the Duke of Buc clench. The committees of the two candidates had had an eager struggle; and at one time the issue was doubtful. The votes were-for Lord Brougham, 654; for the Duke of Bucoleuch, 419; majority for Lord Brougham, 235. On the same day Sir John M'Neill was elected at Edinburgh assessor to the University Court. His opponent was Lord Neaves. On the 12th November the University of Edinburgh elected Mr. Gladstone as Lord Rector. Lord Neaves was the rival candidate. The election of Lord Rector of the University of Glasgow took place on the 15th November, when Lord Elgin was chosen by a majority of all the nations; the total numbers bein...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KIAMA DISTRICT COURT. MONDAY, 23RD JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 January 1860

KIA·iA DISTI C?? COU?RT'. M- ONDAY, 23an JANUARY. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Cary). The following barristers and attornies were pre sent in Court:-Mr. Cary, Mr. Blake, Mr. Forbes, and Mr. Meymott; Mr. Waring, Mr. Owen, and Mr. Richards. Wilson v. Chapman.-For defendant, attorney, Mr. Waring, counsel, Mr. Cary. No appearance of the plaintiff, case therefore struck our,; costs for the defendant. Gray v. Payne.-For the amount of a promissory note. Judgment for plaintiff, and time given- to defendant for payment. Same v. Morrow and another.-This was also on a promissory note. Judgment for plaintiff. Moran v. J. Carroll.-No .appearance of parties. Case struck out. Same v. M. Carroll.-No appearance of parties. Case struck out.. . Allen v. Hanna.-For plaintiff Mr. Owen. No appearance of parties. Case struck outi. ' Allen v. Cooper-For plaintiff M-r. Owen,: No appearance of parties. Case struck out. Emery v. Robinson.-For plaintiff Mr. Warisg; counsel, Mr. Cary. For defendant Mr' Richard...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 January 1860

TO MR., GEORGE 'GREY,-Sir,-We, t~he un dcrsigned freeholders and rate-payers. vithin the Municipality of Kiama, do hereby request that you will,allow :yourself to be put in nomination as a CANDIDATqE for the office of Alderman at the ensuing election.. Weohave the fullest confidence in your ilitegrity, businessstalents, and ipractical acquaintancb with ocir fifirs; and-should you com ply ivith our irequncst, we heiorpby pledge ourselves .to use all ourinfluence to securo your. return :to the Council. [Heore follow 80 signatures.] *To the Freeholders and Rate-payers of the Munici : pality of Kiama, signing the above Requisition. Gentlomep,-In compliance with your wish, I beg most respectfully to announce mniyselfas a can didate 'for a' seat in the Municipial Council of. Kiama. In the first place,:I would'state, that my disposi tion.is-" Sworn to no master, of no sect am I;". the right hand of friendship to all.' Having been a resident for the lastninuteen years, I'feel inuch pleased ...

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THE EAST SYDNEY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 January 1860

THE EAST SYDNEY ELECT'ION.-Polliig co0m menced yesterday in behalf of the East Sydney can didates. At no election in Sydney have we seen greater order and good feeling prevail. About seven o'clock in the evening, the Returning Officer declared the state of the poll, which he subsequently politely handed to us. It stood as follows : Mr. Faucett ... 1346 - Stewart ... 1315 - West...: .. 14? Majority for Faucett. 31! On Mr. Faucett's return from the lhustings he was greeted by a number of enthusiastic friends who carried him on their shoulders to Fox's public house, corner of King and Castlereagh-streets, where he addressed a large concourse of people. Subsequently Mr. Scott Ross proceeded to congratu late the assemblage, but had not spoken more than two minutes, when a sad accident occurred-the balcony on which he stood having given way, pre cipitating him and its freight of some sixty or seventy persons on to the road. Some twenty or thirty were, more or less, seriously hurt, and one...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) PORT OF SYDNEY. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 January 1860

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. A . (AtmMED PRO1 TfHE lALD lD AND EIPII?R.): PORT OF SYDNEY. - BAILED. : January 19.--Za Hlogue,for London. COASTERS INWARDS. .Tanuary 10.-Kiama (e.), from Wollongong and Klaman, with 2•35 kegs butter, 32 pigs,17 oalves, 00 bundles grass, 150 bags potatoes, 90 bags maizo ; Illawarra (s.), from Twofold Bay andt Uilludulla, with 100 baler, 50 kegs butter, 14 pigs, 10 cheese cases, and sundries. January 20.--Prospect, anud Rose, from Bellalbi, with 131 tons coals; Revn!lge, from Shoallthaven, with 170 bushels wheat, 250 bags maize,5 tons potatoes, 0 hides; a??b'a Crkla (s.), from Shoalhaven, with 213 bags potatoes, 76 bags maize, 5 pigs, 7 cooop fowls, 3 cases eggs, 20 kegs butter. January 21.--Hnter (s.), froa,, Wollongong, Kiama, ans Shoalhaven, with 6 calves,]5 bsgs oysters, 2 bales wool, 3 hides, 6 bundles skins; Rstpild (s.), from liama sand Shellharbor, withl 187 kegs butter, 20 pigs, 5 calveas, 4 cases eggs, 1 coop fowls, 3 sides bacon. 4 hides, 12 bags po...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 January 1860

ILLAWARRA STEAM NAVIGATION COM PANY.- InSorder to ensure regularity in the starting of the Steamers of this Company at the advertised hours, as well as increased speed in the conveyance of passengers, some slight alterations have been decided upon, as will appear in the fol lowing TIME TABLE. "BETWEEN SYDNEY AND WVOLLONGONG. FROM SYDNEY-Monday and Thursday, at 10 . a.m.; on Saturday, at 8 a.m.; and on Monday* Haid Wednesday,* at 11 p.m. FROM WOLLONGONG-On Mdnday,Wednesday, , andFriday, at £ p.m. prompt.;Cand on Tuesday. .-.i.id Thursday,*" at 2 p.m. ;T _-' ..":. S SYDNEY AND KI?RMA. FROM SYDNEY-On Tuesday and Thursday, at : 9 p.m. direct; on Monday* and Wednesday,*-at 11 p.m.; and on Saturday, at 8 a.m., calling at Wollongong. FROM KIAMA-On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 11 a.m. prompt; and.on Tuesday* * and Thiirsday,* at noon. SYDNEY AND SHOALHA'VEN. FROM SYDNEY-On Tuesday and Thursday, at 9 p.m.; and.on Saturday morning at:8 o'clock.' FROM GREENWELL POINT-O0 Mohday, Wed nesday...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 January 1860

COMMIERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. The Beraol of Friday last quotes Sydney markets as follows:-Wheat in demand at an advance upon last week'sprices, 7s to 7s 8dh beitg freely given for good Srsamplee. Flour--A brisk.business is done in flour, a Sgood demand existing at £20-for fine and £18 for second quality per toe of2,000 lbs. Tihe market is very firm at these prices. Bran-is 3d per bushel. Bread--5 per 2-lb. loaf. Boutchelrs' eat-Beef lid to 2d, mutton 3d to 4d, pork 6d to 7d, veal 5d to 6d per lb.: lalnb s per quarter. Poultry and dairy produce-Fowls 2s Gd to Ss ad, ducks 2s Ed to 3s Gd, geese 7s to 9s, hen turkeys 7s to 9s, cock tnrkeys 10s to 26s, wild ducks as Gd to 4s, teal 2s to Is 6d, pigeons Is 3d to Is Gd percouplo; roasting pigs 4s to 6scachl; butter 10d to Is, cheese 7d .t 8d, bacon 8d to 9d, lard 6d to 78 per lb; eggs ls 3d, tol is 6d per dozen. Vegetables-Potatoes £7 to £10, onions £5 to £9 per ton, cabbages 3s to 20s, lettuces Gd to lsa6d, cucumbers 6d to 2s, pumpkins Gs to ...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 January 1860

LEGISLATIVE CouNcIL.-The Council sa;t for :a few minutes on Wednesday, the 18th instant,i hav ing gmet merely for the purpose of fixitiga day.on which lbusiness should again be entered upon. :. It becadie the President's duty, however,.to.announce 'the retireinent of Mr. Macopherson from the oflice of Olerk of th Counncil; iand the appbintmeit of. MIr. O'Connor as his successor; and this having been :.done, ?MrM:Deas Thomson, in a few words; expressed his intention of bringing forward at their next meeting :a resolution for the adoption of the House, to place on record the high sense entertained of the vial~i of.Mr. Macpherson's services during his loingcareer in this colony. Mr. Holdoen and Mr. _Allen made some observations in thesame spirit, which were responded to by all hon. members pre sent.. The House adjourned to Wednesday, 13th Feboruary. i . MELzA~NCOHOLY ACIDENT.-On Christms eve, :a poor ividdw liamed Smith, residingin Darling-street, •Ipswiich, !left home about 10 o'clock...

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ADELAIDE. Thursday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 January 1860

". ' .....,.ADELAIDE.. ' " . 'Thursday afternoon. No cliage iiin wheat ior flour market. T. and J. 6oody, grocers, have stopped pay mnent. ' The steamship; Omeo, for Melbournie,- got, aground going down the creelk yesterday, and it is not expected she will get off before to-morrow morning.; She, has 'eleven- cabin passengers,* among whom are Sir Chailes and Lady Cooper, and Judge. Forbes,. and fifty in" the steerage; also a large cargo of flour, copper,, beer,-fruit. ' Te weather continues hot. - Friday after6oon. ' £17 have been freely offered for flour, biut there are no sellers at that figure for prompt de livery. Wheat cannot be bought in quantities at less than 7s 3d, at the Port. 'The Omeo (s.) got off and sailed last night. The northern telegraph line was opened to day as'far as Clarke. The Havilah (s.), from Melbourne, has ar rived. The weather is still very "hot, with north wind. . Satudidayafternoon.. The weather is very .oppressive. MThe ther mometer stands at 155 in the ...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. Wednesday, 7.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 January 1860

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. Wednesday, 7.30 p.m. M:r. O'Shanassy's motion for .£50,000 for female immigration was lost last night.. :?The House is now engaged with the Esti mates. .:At the wool sales, prices were slightly down. . Sugars are a trifle firmer. Speculation in brandy has raised the price to IOs..for old Martcll's. The Columbian sailed at sunrise. Thursday, 7.30 p.m. Trade duller than ever. SFinancial difficulties are said to have arisen with the contractors for the Geelong and Bal narat Railway; but, at the same time, an ar rangement is looked for, as the contract is not an unprofitable one. The Wesleyan Church Conference commenced its proceedings this afternoon. The Church of England. Assembly held a preliminary meeting, but nothing important was done. The Estimates are proceeding slowly. Several reductions were carried. The Champion Eleven have beaten fifteen picked men, the former scoring. 147, and the latter 197 only. The Sydney Eleven had better look out fo...

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TO THE ELECTORS OF THE SHELLHARBOR MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 January 1860

TO THE ELECTORS OF THE SHELL HARRBOR gUNICIPAL~TY7 (PER FAYOR OF THE KIASXA CXAMINER.) GENTLEMPF.N,-You are about to be called upon to exercise your political judgment in the choice of three municipal councillors. You have credit for being shrewd; it is well admitted that you are enterprising; show that you are also intelligent andjudicious. Select the right men. MIunicipal institutions operate more directly upon the social and commercial interests of the community than many of you are aware of; yet you are not now so igno rant of the nature of local self-government as you were some time ago. At the last and first municipal election the working of the Act was just as clear to you us it was to those whom you made your leading men. The whole aflhir was shrouded in uncomfotrtable mystery, and you were alarmed by anticipations ofoppressive rates. Your fears on the subject of taxation have been dissipated; you have been rated moderately, and you already see the good effects of bein so in...

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GERRINGONG WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 January 1860

GEanaRNooNro WVAnD.-Tho electors of this ward have, we are given to understand, presented Mr. James Robinson, the retiring member, with a very flattering requisition, numerously signed. Mr. Robinson has consented to stand again, and he pro mises, if returned, to do all he can to benefit his ward, and the municipality in general.

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JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 January 1860

JAMBIER00. T*he anonual festival of the scholars attonding the De nominaitional Sdhool, in connectional with the Church of Enlatid,"will be hold to-morrow, at half-past one o'clock, when it is lioped that the friends of the school will assemble to do honor to the occasion. In the oven ing a free concert will be'given by the scholars and their frienllds, and the programmen will include a choice selec tioil of sacred and secelar music.

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. FOX GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 January 1860

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) FOX GROUND. The Wesleyan Methodists are in general first in building chapels, but they have been rather behind here. It was talked of from time to time about erecting a place of worshlip, but never carried into effect. However, on the 20th instant, a few of the friends of the above connection met on the ground where the contemplated chapel is to be built, to take steps to carry the above object into effect. MIr. T. Black, who is always ready to put his shoulder to the wheel of irogress, proposed tlhat they should at ones open a subscription list and see what could be raised before they entered inlto an agreement with any one for building the said chapel. Tlhe Roev. H. Maclc. made some inquiries as to what kind of a place they intended to put up. It was whispered about by one or two that split slabs would do tfor thle walls at the present time, as the possibles are not easy to be obtained in a place like this so receultly began to be ...

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