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ULLADULLA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 January 1860
~ must TLLADULLA. I must again inform you that I havo very little of i;mportano to write about. If I had the good fortune to live among men who were alive to tlheoir own interests, I should havo abundance of noews for the Examiner's pages.- Iwould thouen be able to chronicle the' doings of a munioipal council, the lectures of a sohool of arts, the 'speeches of a political association, and many other things hesides. But alas, I have the misfortune to reside amongst men, the most of whom are equal in apathy to the fattened hog in the stye, who, so long as he ets enough to eat, cares for nought else besides. I shall hail with true satisfaction the moment that my neighbors will shake off this apathy, and open their eyes to a sense of their true position. We hlad a violent thunderstorm on last Wednesday evening, about 4 o'clook, accompanied with hail and heavy rain, but it soon passed over, and now it is beauti ful weather arain. Tenders wHil shortly be called for repairing the roads, an...
WOLLONGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 January 1860
s O WOLLONGONG. TuE CASE OF OIIILD-DROPPeNG.--An inquest on the body of a female child, name unknown, which was found alive in the scrub' in Wiltshire's Paddock, on Thursday afteinoon last, but which subsequently expired, was coin menced on Fridayinfternood last by tile coroner, Mr. S. S .-Rogers; solicitor, and a highly respectable jury, at the Sportsman's Arms. After viewins the body, and it having been identified by Mrs. BurrelV as tihe one found ins the paddock, the inquiry was adjourned until the fol lowing day. On Saturday the inquiry was resumed-a married woman, named Sadlier, and her mother, Rosanna Eason, were before the Court in custody on suspicion. The evidence of Dr. Lambert, lMrs. Brough, Mrs. Baxter, Mrs. Burrell, constable Serle, and Thomas Eason, was taken, and the localities where the child was born and concealed were examined by the jury and the coroner. Tile whole of the evidence obtainable having been given, tihe inquiry was adjourned until to-morrow, when the c...
COUP DE SOLEIL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 January 1860
Coup de Soleil.—The extreme heat of the wea- ther has already caused two or three deaths from sun-stroke, and many have been attacked with the faintness, sickness, and other symptoms peculiar to heat apoplexy. A case of death occurred on the Ipswich road, near Woogaroo, on Wednesday last. A man named John Bullock, working on the road in the employ of Government, and under the di- rection of Mr. Longlands, was struck down on his hands and knees while at work, and died in one hour and a half afterwards. An inquest was held at the camp, and the body was interred at Cooper's Plains. Two other men were also affected, but it came to them in the shape of faintness, sickness, and vomiting.—Moreton Bay Courier.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 January 1860
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMIA EXAIINIER. IR S, I see tlat my.inote; which appeared in your pub liostioll of, the .4th,instant, has been tile cause of a con siderable iadmount of vituperation to a' gentleman wiho, I am bounrid iln holior to say, Inew no more of the authorship than " Towlnsman" does. He, the' 'Townhsmnn, when co?imenting upon that note, says, " [ endeavored with all thlie force that a jealous and irritated mind could use, to hriIn ilto coiltempt and ridioule a most respeotablo and numerously-attended publio meeting, held at Ger ringoIIgby maniy of tile mostrespectable and influential gentlelel 'of that locality." Now, Sir, what I actually said abott tile publio meetinllg was simlply this-I was very anxious to have beeoi present; but being like many 'othlers necessitated to attenlld my daily avocations, and thoepi'ojectors omitting. to mention whether it was to be hIlold.ill.the mnorning, at noon or nighlt, I therefore came to the cnolusioli they only wanted the opinions...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
MEN'S KIP COSSACK BOOTS (colonial made), best make and material. HALL and ALDERSON,'. 221 Elizabeth-street, Sydney; KIAMA :--rinted and published by the pmopridtor, Wn?1ri IaVmIG, of Kiama at tho E=xamier General. Printing-offlo1' . ho'alhavbTi-street, Klama, aforeoaid. 8aturdlyJau. 28, 1860.
GARIBALDI AND THE SWISS MERCENARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
G.ARIBALDI AND THE SWIss MERCErNARIES.--The desertion of the Swiss soldiers, which is increasing every day, has decided General Garibaldi to.address to them the following proclamation: " Noble Sons of Helvetia,-lt is not the first, time that your brothers have shed their blood'in behalf of the Italian cause; as, unhappily, it is not thefirst time you have been seen to fight, for the oppressors of Italy. .Ten years ago our young volunteers were taught by you how to use a mus ket and to march to battle. At Vicenza you formed the select. legions of our army, and you then added - new and well-deserved lustre to the proverbial bravery of the Swiss warriers. . "Believe me, the Italians are d'ecided to maintain the most complete order, and to keep strictly to the. rules generally adopted in war. They have proved it during recent events.. There 'has hot been an example of an Austrian prisoner or wounded man not being religiously respected by us, whilst our' enemies have at all times shot ou...
HORSE BREEDING.—THE ARAB. (TO THE EDITOR OF BELL'S LIFE IN LONDON.) [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
HORSE BREEDING.-TIIE A4RA. (TO THE ElIITOR OF BELL'S LIFE IN LONDON.) "Sir,-Those of your correspondents who despise Arabs, cannot know much about the animal they cbndemn. One saysthe Arab is ' de void of excellence for the turf, being neither swift nor enduring' Another. complains of ' having to shoot two Arabs for broken wind, the brutes in question.haviug been bred, the one in France and the other, in Germany!' Another writer pictures the misery of a luckless wight doomed to ride an ' Arab ten miles to cover, hunt him all day, and conclude with a trot home twenty-five..mil s,'- weary pilgrimage, in which the pretty Arab would breaik nis own'knees and his master's heart ;' whilst ';the English hunter, .in a like predicament, would trot and wvalk along with his head in the air, and gay to the stable door.' In such a plight, rather than encounter such a heart-rending amount of knee smashing, I would suggest a deviation from her Majesty's highway, and finish off with the larking proc...
THE NEW CONSTITUTION OF THE SCOTTISH UNIVERSITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
THE NEW CONSTITUTION OF THE SCOT 'TISI UNIVERSITIES. (FROM THE MOR?INGO :OST.) The Scottish universities are at present en tering upon a new era of their existence. It may be interesting to many of our readers who take an interest in the educational future of the country to read a succinct statement and expla nation of the vast changes instituted in 1858, by the Act of 21 and 22 Victoria, chapter 83; and which are now coming into operation. Before speaking of the general features of the new system, it will be convenient to mention some special changes in the constitution of cer tain universities. The most important of these special changes is the union of King's College and Marischal College, Aberdeen, under the title of the " University of Aberdeen." The united university is to take rank among the uni versities of Scotland as from the date of the erection of King's College and University in 1494. The funds, properties, and revenues of both are henceforth to belong to the University...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
DIARY. SDays .of the Week. Da Sui o se f on Sunrise Sunset Moon' SATURDAY ..:. 300. 25 . 2l. I7 0 -. SUNDAY++ :.,,.,::., n n0 5 n° . 7s .4 IONDAY .:....... " 30 0 232 7: 3 - PTUESDAY .......I" " 31 5 24 I 7 2 8" .THE+ -EXAMINER. SPUBLISIIED 'EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.. Advertisers are requested to bo. particular in, marking the 'number ef Insortions on euch advertisement, otherwise they will tobe inserted and charged for till countermanded. Orders 'for withdrawal or alterations, must be sent to the offico e in writing) before noon pn the u lay prior to publication. - SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1860.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
Our. readers will have observed in the columns of"our last issue, an advertisement calling attention to an Annual School Festival of the children attending the Churoh of Eng land School/ at Jamberoo:' This festival took place on Thur`sday last; W? e were noi present at the? commencement, but from expressions of high satisfaction by those who -were together with what we ourselves witnessed at the dnd, we certainly infer it was oneof .no commndu 6rder, peirhaps alinostequiil"to thliat of 'our Wesleyan friends, to whon, as yet, we suppose the prize must be given.: We. believe 'both the children and itheir friends were greatly pleased with the material part of 'their entertainment. -However in this festival there was a, new element, at least in' these parts, for the' evening was con eluded by two hours of very goodvocal music.. With the musical part of the entertainment we canniot refrainii from expressing our own satisfac-' tion, and in this respect we believe the English Church people...
THE SPANISH QUARREL WITH MOROCCO. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
rlHE SPANISI QUARREL WITHMOROCCO. WSpt E 5u7an, :eovElBED 18.) She Moorish circular has thrown a flood of -lightf- upon the litherto somewhat obscure c-sbaes of the threatened war upon the frontiers o' MoVlgrocco .The document is as clear as honest, and as explicit as any State paper we ever remember to have perused. It shows the disin ,genuousness in which the Spanish government .:had acted throughout the whole of these recent transactions. The change of rulers over the empire of Morocco appears to have held out to the cabinet of Madrid an opportunity too tempting to be resisted. Alwvays on the watch for any plea, however flimsy, for the extension of her small African colony, Spain has found it *impossible to forgo the chance now opened to -her for the speedy increase of her hitherto .minute standing point upon the northern shores of the great Southern Continent. Nothing, "indeed, could well have been more propitious for the realisation of these long-cherished hopes, than the circu...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 25TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
MVUNIC/PAL 'COUINCIR. s. WEDNESDAY, 25TH r NUAuY. Present-HisiWorship the layor, and a full Council. eThe minutes 0o laut meetingi ere..sead iind confirmed. rThe Town Clerk read thrie letters containing tenders for repairin; the road at Woodstock Lane, Jamberoo. .Alderman COLLlEY moved( and, Aldermian HuKINs, seconded That the tendor of William Brain to do the work for£11 be accepted............... Motion put and carried. ` 'A letter containing -i tender ftr repairing the road at Lani's Inn, Gerringong, was read ; and being the only teinder for the work, the Town Clerk was directed to ex tend thie iadvertisement for another fortniight. The Town Clerk read fifteen letters, containing ten ders for cutting Pike's Hill ; and on the motion of .Alder man. MItLin, seconded by Aldermon Piko;e, tlhree tenders were selected to choose froin. Alderman PmIr moved, and, AlderinauiiSiARPE se conded That the tender of lir. M'Doeald be accepted conditionally, viz.--That.ho agree to c.ut through; so ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
Kiama Municipal Council. Council iChqimber, 25th January, 1860. TENDERS are REQUIRED for BUILDING .. Two CULVERTS on the Kiama and Mount Brandon road, particulars of which may be obtaidied of Alderman JOHN COLLEY. - The tenders, sealed and marked, "Tenders for building two Ctilverts," must be sent in to his Wor ship the' MAYOR on or before TUESDAY, 7th PROXIMO.. .} By order, JAMES POULTON, Town Clerk. Kiama Municipal Council. Council Chamber, S 11th Jainuary, 1160. Gerriniona Ward. i'ENDERS are REQUIRED for the immediate -. REPAIR-of the ROAD lying between Mr. Lang's inn and the residence of Alderman Robinson. A specification may be seen, and full particulars obtained,' 6i application to Alderman MILLER or ROBINSON. The tenders, sealed oi2ld endorsed, " Tenders for workc near Gerringooig Inn," must be sent in "to his Worship' the MAYOR on or before the noon of WEDNESDAY, 25th INST. The work referred to in this advertisement re mains open for tenders until TUESDAY, 7th FEBRUARY, in c...
COURT OF REQUESTS. THURSDAY, 26TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
COURT OF PEEQUJSPS ' THURSDAY, 26TH JANUARY. (Before D. L. Wanugh, Mkichael Hindmarsh, R. I. Porott, nui James.Robb, Esqs.) RAh v. Bi.ow.--An action on contract for .2. Judg. ment f"i plaintiff. LAwPs v. Moox.-No alppearance. HAWTIIORN V. RYAN.-'t'his was an action for balance' of account, incluidiing damage, andtrespnss' of cattle,: £2 5so. Judgment for plantiftl, £1 '15s, and costs lOs. TATE V. TAYLOR.-£1 I18s. 9d. Judg?ment for phlin2 tifl; with costs. : CooK V. SrArs.-Judgment for plaintiff. WirsoN v. OAnnaoT -No appearance. SPvAIN v. STEAnuan.-An actioni of debt, £3 i5.- for tuition. ' Defendant pleaded 'not indebted.; Judgment' for plaintiff. " .. " '_ _-_"
POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 26TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
POLICE. COURT'. THURSDAY, 26TII JANUARY. (Before the same Bench). Campbell Mercer summoned* William Carter for, ani assault. Campbell Mercer, sworn, stated that he saw Carter in a paddock amongst the horses. He left the slip-rail. ddwn. I asked him whit right he had in that paddock. Was he going to make another haul as he did yesterday ?: He then jumped off his horse, and made up to me, 'and' struck me in thel breast. I fell, and hoie fell on me. One hand was under me, and Carter had hold of the right band. He struck me in the ribs with his fists. :I got up, and he put himself in a fighting attitude, and we fought two or three rounds. He went a little way, 'end fell down, pretending, as I thought, to be ill.. I asked a man to assist me in removing Carter, who was on.the bridge. Tlhe nman did not assist me. I sent up to.my house my little boy for help.. "Frederick'. Bat:r came down, andl we moved him out of the road, aind left-him there. a This was plaintiff's case, and the Bench adj...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (Asoiseto 'FRoM THE IHERAL AND EMPIRE.) PORT OF SYDNEY. January 23.--onradife, Hamburgh'ship, 83G tons, Captain o.uc?mnusn, from Shanghai 19th November. Cargo-t,735 chests ,94-i haf-cheosts 1,512 packages tea, Brown and Co.; 5 packages earthenwrre, E. Wyld.- . - '- L? January 4 -Cyclon., m ship, t, 560 to, CaptainHassack, from 1onong ong 3rd Decenmthi'. Pasosenders--333 Chineseo immigrants. sCargo-817 hatf-chests tea, Oritmlts, Fauning, and Co.; Spck ' ago" CapmtAu" Craycroft; 3 boxes opium, 119 rolls matting, Cap" tamn Hassock .2 pockagos tea, H. Moore; 1,048 chests 4,224 hrlf ,hesti 858 boxes tea, 4 boxes opium, "i0 packages China goods, Order. Januacy 25.-Jorth. Wind, American ship, Oil tons; Captain Marton, from London 9th November, with a cargo of general merchandise... .... coAsTEs ?WARDSvS. January 24:--Kiama (so.), from Wollongong, awith 147.kiegs butter, 24"pigs, 13 calves, 25 bundles cabbage-tree; 4 oases eggs ; Nightingale and Rebecca, from Bellambi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
:-LLAWARRA STEAM NAVIGATION COM I PANY.-In order to ensure regularity in the •tarting of thes 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 lowing TIME TABLE. BETWEEN SYDNEY AND WOLLONGONG. 'ROM SYDNEY-Monday and Thursday, at 10 a.m.; on Saturday, at 8 a.nm.; and on Monday* aifd Wednesday,* at 11 p.m. ' . • FROM WOLLONGONG-On M.onday,Wednesday, and Friday, at L p.u;-promp ',auu on Tuesidy*' and Thursday,* at 2 p.m. 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, at 8 a.m., calling at Wollongong. FROM KIAMA-On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 11 a.m. prompt; and on Tuesday* and Thursday,* at noon. SYDNEY AND SHOALHAVEN. PROM SYDNEY-On Tuesday and Thursday, at 9 p.m.; and on Saturday morning.at '. o'clock. FROM GREENWELL POINT-On Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday,...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
-COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Mr. W. Hezlett roeports-' - , ;-Woheat, per bushel, 6e to 78; maize, ditto 2so7d to So 8,0• pota toes.'per owt, 6s to s 6d ; enons, ditto, o ; flour; ditto, 20s; butter, per lb., 9d to i1 s. bacon, ditto, 7d to 8?d ; eggs, per dozen,: 's to Is 10 ; pigs •each,'o is to 30s; calvos,;ditto,' .s to .18 s'; fowlso eper couple, 8s to SoGd. S'hie Goulbitsrin herald reports 'There are no changes worth notice since our last. Mr. marks yeports the purchase of 154 ozs.. and Mr. Benjamin of 70 oze. of gold from Tuenna. 3eossrs. Emanual and Son have pur *chased 46 bales wool,esincei tst report. , - ,1;Flour,- fine, per ton, £26; ditto, seconds, £24; wheat, per bushel, 0e,..brau, ditto, Is Gd ; oats, ditto, 5o to 5a Gd ; barley, 'ditto,'4s ; maize, ditto, now, ts to Gs 6d; hay, per ton, £6 to £7'; potatoes, ditto, £10 to £14 ; bacon, per lb., scarce, 10d to lid.; chleese, ditto, plentiful, 5.1d to Od.; salt butter, plentiful, Is to is 2d per lb.; fresh, ditto, Ss 3d to-I...