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PORT OF KIAMA. EXPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
PORT OP KIAMA. EXPORTS Pler I.S.N. Co.'s steamers for the week ending January21,180: ?900 kegs butter, 5 coops fowls, 47 pigs, 1 calves, 10 bags wheat, "45 bags maixe, 11 bags potatoes, 10 bags onions, 9 bides, 4 bun -dies calf-skins, 6 lambs, and sundries,
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
-YOUNG MEN'S. CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATIO6: .Ex CUosloIN. TO SPRmING CovE.-Fr 0'some - time past the, apmmittee of this admirable institution have dete ined on having a.grand pie-nmo: excursion to Sipriig'Cove; Noith Harbor, on one of the general holidays with which oiur citizens are favored at this season of the year. Boxing-Day was first decided on ; but, from difficulties that presented themselves in the shape of having of necessity to mike many of the required arrangements on the Suiday pre: ceding,:and othersthat need not now be named, it wis considered advnisabo to postpone the projected pic=iii to-future day. It has nowbeen arranged to. come off on Anniversary Day, the 26th instant; and every preeaution has, so far, been taken to render.. the excursion one that shall' prove satis factory to all parties.,. 'The ground ' on .which it has been decided to camp on is well adapted for all sorts of games, and a Government shed twill be fitted up for the collation, .which, by the way, we ma...
MORUYA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
. MORUYA. TnH WCrATHrR AN O:.OROPs. -Dnriis? the past,?week the weather hits been mnostfavorable to fariers, enabling those whose crops were still out to get them dried and housed. Notwithstanding the gloomy anticipations and wise pirognostics of sonime who are dever ready to-fault whatever is in the slightest degree antagonistis.to their own selfish interests, the damage done by theirain'iis now discovered to be of fiar less consequencs thani ;? at firlst supposed, .and is more than .eounterbihlanced by the benefits which we have received: i~ the rapid-growth of the grasses, and in the replenishbig ,of the s agoons and eponds from which our water supply is derived. The maize anid sorghum crops have also received it most be neficial impulse, aid aided by the warmth of the past -week, are shooting upwards with'astonishing rapidity. Goiulburn Heral ' A RALUE's; ItiA sO.- When are we to have the abhove rsad? Repeated applications weres made to head quar ters andl after continued import...
JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
JA MBFROO Mr. Bliek lits, Tplieceive, with the sweetest moslesty. signified his patriotie willingness to sit inthbe seat hi ow occupied hy Mr. Hanrahan, it'. his friends can obtain it for him. "This may remind us of some pertinent -re marks made at the first nomnination by the :present Mayor of Kiama, as to the probability that .someowho deelined the task of Working the municipal vedssel through the shallows and diflieiulties of her opening voyage, would be ready to show themselves on the qu -rter-deck when the vessel was fairly iunder weigh, and a clear course seemed. to lie before her., Is Mr. Black ambitious. to be; inoiig'fthie foiefiost to' shoi' this herioic exampl'e of faisr weatlher sailing ? Does hie think he may?iow einte?'into the labors of 'anotlir, and have his share in lthe credit of the improvements whichl are likely to be effected 'duing" the three years next ensuing? Mr. Black-" will explain his ideas on some of the principle topics on the day of nomination." It is ...
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE,. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDRNTS'.) GERRINGONG. I see by last week's Examiner that Alderman Miller has presented a.petition from certain rate-payers praying that a portion of road b:tween H. Grey's and Mount Mitchell be repaired. This is a veryo needful work; there is sciarcely a worse road aiiong all the excessively bad ones in this wiard. If the surveyor who laid tit'out sought fisdustriouly for soft places and creek=crossings he could not have found more of them than there are on this line of read. One spot deserves notice : a small creek has forced its way ftom its proper channel, taken to the road, down which it flows for upwards of a hun dred yards, then falls into the main creek over a steep bask that forms the road. lThis bank is fast wearing away, and composed as it is of alluvialesoil must soon tumble ini unless the small retek is ;trited off it. If the b`aink slips it trill be` a diffleult and expensive job?to bridge, as the breach will be lenegthvise, or ...
ADELAIDE. Monday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
ADELAIDE.:` Monday afternoon. The hot weather of Saturday and part of yesterday seems to have completely incapacitated all cdasses fbr the sli4htest -exertion, and. business is completely at a satndstill: My telegram of Satnirday was despatched at 2 pin.; after that the theimometer reached 117} in the .shade inAdelaidoe,and at Gawler Town, to 132 in the shade. In both places the thermometer being 100 in. the shade,': suspended at conisiderable distances from the gr~ound. Yesterday (Sunday) morning was even hotter thani Satfirday morning, but a change took place about midday. Numerous deaths of childreniand adults are reported, in consequence of this extreme heat." To-day the weather is only moderately hot, but the heat threatens to become more intense shortly. : The Havilah (s.), sails for Melbctiurne to-morrow. =Tuesday afternoon. There is a little wheat in to-day, which: has. been eagerly bought at ,7s. 4d at the:porb. ?'lonr has been sold at £17 10ls. The H?avilah sailed this aft...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. Monday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. Monday, 7 p.m. At a mieeting of Gutheridge's creditors, nothing was done, but an arrangement is considered likely. Vessels are coming in rapidly. SThe Industry, from Manila 8th December, reports that the ship Der Ost, was totally lost on'Scarborough Shoal on 10th October. The Margaret Alitchell had re turned to Manila, leaky, and was dischargins cargo; and would sail again at the end of January. Both vessels had suffered severely in a typhoon. The Der Ost uas laden with cargo for the Victorian Sugar Company, Melbourne; and the Margaret Mitchell had a simila.a aareo for the Company in Sydney.. fhe weather very hot during the last two days--three degrees hotter than Black Thursday. Ice was in great request. The thermometer stood at 117 in the shade to day: Very pleasant! Business to-day.has been very dull. Flouir is slightly firmer. Our Eleven beat eighteen hollow on Saturday, so look out! - Tuesday evening. The Assembly has spent much time in disc...
THE LATE GALE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
.T nLATE .. E-'By A•ieLIri made! up to Fri day evening of the result of the gale, we find the following:-:-Vessels totally ' wrecked, 96; vessels stranded and other casualities, 530-total;, .626: Probable loss of life, including the Royal, Charter, 600. Many of the losses will fall '-heavily upon Lloyd's,;'.and the various marine insurance offices; but the bulk (coasters) were principally insured in clubs. The wreck of a large passenger ship of 1,000 tons, bottom upwards, was seen under the rocks at Aberbach. The unfortunate ship was the Oharles Holmes, 880 tons burthen, which only left Liverpool for Mobile on the 26th.-Edinburgh Courant. SLoss or THE "ALICE BRowN".-This vessel, commanded by Captain Fletcher, was bound on a crdise'among the South fiea Islands, and was ,off Cape Marsh on the 30th October; that night the wind became baffling and squally, and, the vessel being surrounded by islands and reefs, .;every endeavor was made to keep her clear by-at mid night she struck on a r...
HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
HOBART TOWN. CRIMINAL SESSIONS PsRooCEsDNs.-Nash is on trial for the mhrder'of Dowling, at Richmond. The Governor leaves town on Friday to be present next Wediiesday at the opening of the Midland .Comn pany's new.quartz-crushing maelinery at Fingal. There is no change in the markets.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
TO THE EDITOR OF TIlE KIAMtA EXAMINER. Smn,-In your issuelo of thue 14th instant, I observe a corre spondence in the form of a dilogue, purporting to havy beon written to interest the readoro of-the Exo?pner, and for the elucidation of matters In referenceto which the writer conceived it .poss0ble that the public mtight be in. thoedark. Of the suc cos achloved in the undertnklog, the pubtli are not ctpnable of judging ; I road the production. tile true, but regarding it to be as I did, a meon and disreputable attack on the Council, excited either by joalousy or revenge, I dcollned its further considera. tlon. In a subsequent impression however, the reader's eye cannot fail to perceive a mongniflcent'ebullition of sentiment the most sublime, intended as a reply to the authorof the dialogue. The style throughout, emhbeltlhed as it it by purity of thought, by oxpressive, though ltonder epithets. by chastity of diction, and by its commanding nobleness and generosity, show its author to ...
THE CATTLE DISEASE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
S THE CATTLE DKSEA SE. TO THEE EDITOR OF THE ICeAIA EXAIiNER. S50,-I beg leavo through th columns of your journal, to contradict a report spreading throughout the district, and calcu lated to injure me in my busiuess, namely, that I tutroduced the cattle-disease into this neighborhood with cattle I brought down the country. Now I deny that any of my cattle are diseased, and I challenge any of those persons who have so Industriously circulated the report, to prove that they are diseased. Mtoreover, I can prove, that up to the present date, I h?tve not had a beast die. Thes, again, those cattle asserted as bringing the disease were in the district more than four mouths before any symptoms of the disease appeared ; and I guarautee' thom'as healthy a lot of cattle as over cams into the district. The disease is assuming a very serious character, and therefore I foet it my dity, in justice to myself and supporters, to make the above statement. Trusting you will give the above insertion, I...
SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
T SHOAL11AVEN. The Council met, pursuant to adjournment, on Satur day, the 21st ..ilistant, in the Council Chamlber, at 4 o'clock p.m. . " Present-The Worshipful the'Mayor in the chair, Al dermen Bice, M'Kenzie, Moss, 'M1'Guire, and Mnilro. . Mr. Boyee, the Town Olerk, read thes minutes of last meeting, yhich .were confirmed. Alderman M'Kenzie, as Chairman, brought up the •-repoit"of' the Improvemfeiit Committee for Good Dog ward, which; was read by the Town Clerk. Moved by Alderman M'?Kenzie, seconded by Alderman Bice 'hat'thi report of the Good Dog ward Improvement Committce now read, be received. Carried. SThe Town Cleik read a copy of ia letter addressed to the Right Worshipful the Mayor of Sydney, requesting in-' fortnmation respecting right of'. voting under certain cir eumstances at the ensuing municipal election. The Touwn Clerk read letters fronm several parties; viz., one from the Chairman of Central'llaiwarra municipali'tyv, in reply to 'one firom, this Council, declining...
MACQUARIE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 January 1860
MACQUARIE RIVER. There seems to be some truth in the adage that mis- &nbsp; fortunes seldom come single. Fatal accident after fatal accident has occurred here of late, and followed each other in close and rapid succession, and as they have occurred near to each other in point of time, they have also occurred near to each other in point of locality. Indeed, one is almost disposed to imagine that the de- stroying angel stands with his sword unsheathed over the Four Oak Creek. Anyone Whose Soul o'er learnt to glow At others' joys or melt at others' woe, &nbsp; will read with an involuntary shudder about the sudden death of any person, but more particularly when that death leaves a large family motherless and their father a widower. Mrs. Brownlee, on Monday last, went a short distance from the house to look after the poultry; on returning, a young beast which had been backed only once before came plunging towards where she was, and &nbsp; before she could get beh...
ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH TO ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 February 1860
EaLETRiC' TELenRAPH TO ARsIDALE--'A public meetinig was held at the oPost Offide Hotel," or the 4tli instant, to consider thde ?'d?sirabldfi6ss of'peti. tioning. for the extension of :the" electric' telegraph tq i Armidale.- Tihe chair y was taken. by Mr.- S. Cohenil Mr?Markham.produced, a petition, which. .he subSlitted:, to 'the rheeting for- approval or cor-, rectidon;i'ind which. 'after' some' discussion, was. adopted. • The petitioners pray that:" a sufficient isum may be placed on the estimates for 1860, for the extensioritof the electric telegraph to Armidale; by wlich means graziers, .and others of your peti tionuei's,could -avail themselves of the 'many :bne fits arising from such speedy means of communica tion, not only with Maitland and' Sydn'ey,'biit'also. With BBathurst, Albury, ' and: -Melbourne, ':.whicl ' under present circumstances, in the' sale.ft fstocld and other Commercial.transactions, would niatei!allyj idvance the interests.of. the district, and facilitate: t...
HOBART TOWN. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 February 1860
.HOBART TOWN. s. ? Thursday. Tle prisoner Nasl has. been !founil.. guilty. of ihe Richmond murder, and sentenced; to suffer' death. "Friday . His. Excellency the .Governor has left town i- for the Fingal Diggings. . Nothing, is being done,in tlie ,ool market.: Flour is firm at' £20por, ton.: Wheat 8s :6d: peh bushel.;. . .; The Weather is cool. .: ;. :,, i
TRANSLATION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 February 1860
TRANsLATrIN.-A corresponidenti living -at ;i Seh ham on the Williams .River, irifoims'us 'that, after the late storm,.on going over his groutidsle found. a quantity pof: small fcish lying' tiboii;, deadb?'iind' dying. As the farm is 'ht' least"a''imilo frNi''ii?t river; it pis .tolerably evidoit'tli',efisli-lii mu"i?lv been taken .,up ,by, a:, waterspout, ;or someo'-likeV' Iphenomenon,? and deposited- on'the groiiun'.r;by its fall;-Norther??TB i?? ?i mes. .... . .
LAW COURTS OF ENGLAND v. COLONIAL COURTS OF LAW. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE EMPIRE.) [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 February 1860
LAW COURTS OF ENGLAND v. COLONI4L (o THnE EDITOR OF T .y.: e,:r Stt,--A:writer :i the Herald, under thel' ignatui?i'f "M.L C:;'," laborh hard to :'slow • that therei aie s more new ,trials granted' in, England :tlhnli tlieite iii'ii'ii thlis colony, aceorling to the number of case's tiid.:' 'Iit ordei to set this epologistt of .our mismanaged jurisprudence right, I: will beg your :insertion of the followiig para g raph f;onim tli. IWe'ekly Dispatch of 28rd" October,: TuE ?xo or "'-RE. LoNve 'AOATloN."-CYetorday (.atsnrrlay)d the long vacation virtually ended, .as the -4th, boing Sundayt is adies 'omi, or no day in law. To-morrow' (aronday) theoseveral law offices will resume their wonted activity in anticipatio'oft" the approaching.term. There are .bt few arrears in the' Co minon Law Courts, anti, as a remarkable fact, none in Chaancery. T'here' is howover,'s good deail of bu.siness Int the Divorce Court, which; will sit bofore term;, whai a now Act of Parliament. vitl' take ffcu't....
ADELAIDE. Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 February 1860
S . Thlursday evening. Aproclamation calling outi'otir militia is" ex pected to appear in this evening's Godrninment Gazette., .. . ,-: .. : The Adelaide markets are unchanged. :; ' i : !..:,: ' -': i Friday afternoon. Tlie Goverinment have issued a proclamation, in the.: Goverenmnt Gazette,: calling .out the miilil tia. S.'louri selling'readily at last quot'ations' .Weather 4warnis but hazy.: ' ' ' '. SSaturday? after.ioori.i,",, ';Codnsiderable" transactionis i' iboth fl6our aiid iYheati today aitifull prices. . Weatlier hot, 'vith nortlik'vind. ' ' , ,
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. Thursday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 February 1860
TELEGRAPHICGINTELLIGENCE. . • .. Thursday, 7p im: " "An ;offerhas een made to Gutheridge's ore-. ditorsfor ,the conitract of the 'Geelong and Bal laarat' liailway, which, it is expectedi, will be accepted at a meeting called for to-morrow. A ?ost extraordinary miurder, committed in Mayff.1858 iehas beeni, brought, to. light by the' deteotives 'Robert Huntt and his wife resided on. a small lonely farm nearPortland, and sold their farm 'itni December 1857, to George Waines; on a six months' bill. ?ii.May.? , the Hunts ?sud-. denaly disappeared, and it.was; believed that they" lefit the colony. Some suspicions that had died outi were. .recently revivedi,: and the detectives were placed on'the scenit; and, after,their care:; fully watching, Waincsrwas. arrested;.and has: since conifessed to tie murderl Portions of .the bodies w.re foind where Wainesr had placed: The Assembly are on theEstimates.: Several reductions are carried. t, . ': In' the Council the Real Property Conveyance Bill w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 February 1860
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