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ULLADULLA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 February 1860

Th-LADULLA: Ye were very, glad to .see that rMr. ,aworth's ende'avor to cruish the Illawarra .?Mercury?ias been-; frd itratedi?' and :'that the freedom? of the pieaseresre-' masii-s ,nshalc'lcd still.l l ut whati a disgraceful.i lawithat,wvill allowvmnialicious"s andildespotic, men to fly at a, newsiiper for f placing them in their.true? light before the public. . : We lia a very hot dayv on Sunday lastf the 22nd instant,' Iuit the woalther is now, cool and beautiful, and the fields as fair s tle e.oye will carry, are clad in a beautiful green. Several horses are in active tiaining here .for the. races, and o iimay ldool fodivaird lforda good week's sport when the time arri.ves . Milton township will be offered for sale on Wed. nesday- next, the lst instane;i I li?ve noticed strangers begin to make theirt appearaince alroa1sidy.,Fn' Fridiy next' willl ble co:urt dy; ,thlere are ttwo or threeccases on the' list-not.to, speak of; what .are likelytod. rrive yet before that dlay.

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FRIDAY, 27TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 February 1860

S FRIDAY, 27TH JANUARY. The Legislative Assembly met at 'ialf-past three o'clock. Several new notices of motion were given, in eluding one from Mr. Samuels for. a vote of credit of £92,000 to meet the expenditure of the public service for the month of February. Mr. Cape presented a petition from 158 mem bers of the Sydney School of Arts, in favor of retaining the tea and sugar duties as a public education fund. Mr. Weekes presented a petition from Mr. Macfarlane, the plaintiff in the suit Macfarlane v. Murnin, complaining of the' hardship of" an appeal to the House of Lords from a jury in this colony, praying for redress. In reply to Mr. Dalley, the Colonial Secretary said the late Metropolitan District Court Judge had made no application for any pecuniary allowance during his absence from the colony. Mr. Dalley moved that £100 be added to the salary of the clerk of the Legislative Council. This gentleman had been promoted from this to the other House, but by this promotion be had l...

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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 February 1860

ADaoy of thee "Iek. l Sun riso S tli et Age WEDNESDAY ... Feb. 1 5 24 7 2 ITIURSDAY .... . " 2 26 7:, 10 FRIDAY .......... 7 -?? 7_ -1 1'UBLISII - .. EVERY WEDNESDAY. AND. SATURDAY: ; Advertisers are requested to be particulariin:marking: the number of insertions on each advertioemont, otherwise they will bo inserted and charged for till countermanided. Order, for withdrawal or altcratious, must bu sent:to the d6fmio (It writing) bdforo noon an the clay prior to.publicaton. All communications Intended for insertion ust boe authenti cated by the name and address of tho writer not nccessa-rily for publietlion;but 0 a gue'intoeo'of gobd faith. i We' cannot undertake to roturn rejected commuincationos. TVEDNESDAY, FEBJ UA1 71, 1860.' ;

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WOLLONGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 February 1860

SUWO ULONGON. ( -O. G ]G REGATIONAiL CHUinO6 ir W oLaoNo o --In connection with this church we have tonotice that ,the Rev. W. Cuthbirtso, B.A., preached oii Suni day last, :morning -and evening, .to ,very :orowded, congreiatib'n.' Tlih?'"V." genotloi an's ;discours?e 'were of that eloquent and elevating character for which he is famed, and were,, it is needless to say, listened to with admiring attention. There will be a tea meeting in the large booth at the rear of the church, at three o'clock this afternoon, and a ptiblic meeting will be held in the evening at seven, in the church, which will be addressed by the'Rev. W. Cutlibbertsobn, S. Kent J: daBzljri and other minis. t?er'rsad g?entleien. Tlh;o. Rev. G. Charter an anounced;,:onz=Sunday,:tliat :ifi hll-probiiai~lity ? this would be the last occasion Mr. Beazley would preacli in this colony. The olject of 'these services is, we believe, .to remove a debt which ..remains.upon the chuiYcli. ' We hiav. no doubt that both the tea ...

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WEDNESDAY, 25TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 February 1860

WEDNESDAY, 25TH JANUARY. The Legislative Assembly met at t'wenty five minutes past three'o'clock. The Speaker announced that he had received a letter from Mr. Dark, resigning his seat for the Williams, whereupon Mr. Forster' moved that the seat for the district of the tW iliamis be de clared vacant. Leave of absence for a fortnight was granted to Mr. Jamison. Mr. Forster laid upon the table the corre spondence that had..taken place between the Government and the Speaker, and moved that it be printed. The motion was passed. Mr. Jenkins presented a petition from certain inhabitants of Sydney in favor of retaining the tea and sugar duties as a publio education fund, and the abolition of public school fees. *The petition had received upwards of 1000 signa tures. Mr. Darvall presented a petition from the churchwardens of St. Andrew's, complaining of certain proceedings of the Bishop of Sydney. Mr. Parkes presented a petition from certain inhabitants of Windsor and Richmond, praying that ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 February 1860

We would remind our readers 'of -'the puibli& theeting advprtisqd to be held to.morrowv at ilie Steam Packet Hotel, to consider what steps. ought to be' at once taken to 'liinder. the spread of the cattle disease. Asy;yet, weiare happy to say, the disease. has not .appeared? but in one locality, and we would hope:thatisuch steps will be taken at the meeting, to-morrow ;as will tu'nd to, its confinement within: the limits.. now per. vaded by it. We are given to understanid that Mr. EAST is doing all ini his power to accom plish this. We think lie ought to.boepromptly -assisted by. the public, who are aill, less or more, concerned in the restlt of the efforts to stiryits progress. We think, if p'ossible, the services of sodue eflidient persoi ought tob. o:btained, to examined the features of theadisease and disclose its nature, and the best means of 'renib?ing'it. Doubtless, there are in 'the colony men th)roughly competent to this work; and we would suggest the propriety of i...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 February 1860

TOiTHE EDITOR OF.TIHE KIAMAt EXAMINEI. ..! it I SIR,-As the piresent time is one ofmore itlianiiordi-Lý nary interest to the eleetors of this municipality,-and as -there,Itrelsome miittirs·whioh' affae6 coisi?der?bhle npum.,-1 ý,bers of the electoirs, porhapsi oul[will belkind ienoitglytb h. give the following remarks on whal I thitikito blthoir' right's space in the columns of your widely "irculaited journal. It is said by some persons well versed in oiiih matters that a ratepayer having a qualification as, an elector for more, than one ward cannot.vote for more than one candidate i and that a person having but the qualification in one wiard can choose in which ward he records his vote. Nowy this would appeair to me as not in accordance with .the. meaning of the Minicipalities Acs. In support of this opinion I shall; cite the ;third' clause of the said Act,' granting power .,to divide muni cipalities into waids: And ivhy ara they.to be.divided? -Simply t6"enable eich ward to return...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. TUESDAY, 24TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 February 1860

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. . ~--+--- TUESDAY, 24Tn JANUARY. The Legislative Assembly met pursuant to adjournment, at half-past three o'clock. M~r. Terry, introduced by Mr. Robertson and Mr. Dickson, took the oath and his seat for Mudgee. "'?Mr. Faucett, at a later period, was introduced by Mr. Egan and Mr. Hay, and took the oath and his seat for East Sydney. Mr. Plunkett presented a petition from 640 female inhabitants of Sydney, praying for the abolition or all fees in public schools, and ex pressing an opinion in favor of raising an edu cation fund from the duties on tea and sugar. Mr. Mort presented a petition from certain inhabitants of Sydney, praying for the removal of the slaughter-houses. The Speaker stated that some changes had taken place in the clerical establishment of the House since it last met. A material disagree ment between himself and the Government had arisen out of these changes. The various appointments which had been made had been made by the Executive withou...

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 February 1860

W-W ATrHEn.--I are inl the enjoyment of 'summer weather. For -the last week 'it has generailly. been sultry about mid-day. but ?agreeably. mild in. the morniings ind evenings of each ?liy. FLYINGG.Fox SHOOTING NEAa -SuIRLLTImAiBOR.- According to the appointed hour on Saiturdiy:liist', a goodly company started from Kiama' for the scend of action, where they were met by. numierous friernds from Jamberoo, Shellharbor, and the 'irouniidiig. neighborhood. After a few little ararranigemeits a signal was fired for the' purpose of distiribing thlie fox from its cover, when behold! 'a clouded area of about ten acres, darkening'the whole space for some. distafnce; at that moment a volley was discharged.. at the centre of the whole body, killingl'and -dis abling a great number. Then was heard a noise like a gale of wind in the air, which was caused by the fluttering of their huge wings. Tlhe' whole company of shooters then divided themselves into small parties, encircling the foxes and clinsti...

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THE MAGISTRACY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 February 1860

TO THn5 EDITOR OF THE KIAMIAEXAMISEiS. SiR,-It appears to nie that liniv and justice are by no.. means synonomous terms. Nor doesithe nidoptio? of the one seem as a-matter of consequence to lead to the real - "isation of thol other. There, may. be' an excuse- for ,an appparently impropelr decision oh, the part of; the. presiding magitratc, when prlofessiolial gentlemen are employed by the parties concerned, who can (thanks to their ige nnuity) elongate,and distend any circumstance i';hiclh may a] ?ear to; have a tieoirbletenu?ieicy to the, cause;of, their client. But when no 'iztraneois issistaiince'is resorted .... to, to distort tlhe mild.features ,of.truth on the,one hand, and give the unblushiiig face}of equivocation a rildily sniillin, expression on the" other, . I have no sympathy for the conduct and deliberatioli which lead to conclusions that give such general dissatisfactioni. ' V When plain and truthful facts are laid. before the Bench,' and when it.miist.lie a fact'pateri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 February 1860

TIHOMAS WILLIAMS,-Letters fromn homei for T _" you,'at'the Bee-hivoeIiin ;Iiiama.'i THE CATTLE DISEASE.- A Publich MEET SNG I•will take :place in: the .Steam Packet Hotel, Kiama, oii NEXT THURSDAY, 2nd Febru-. ary, to devise some measure likely to 'stay the pro greoss of the contageous disease now prevailing amongst cattle in this neighborhood. Tlihe chair will be taken at 2 o'clock p.m., by JAMES ROBB; Esq., J.P. A SOCIAL TEA MEETING at Sliellharbor,•in aid of the Church of England Building Fund, will be held bn THURSDAY, 2nd FEBRUARY,.in a Pavilion; at .Mi. Wilson's. .The chair will be takenat 1 p.m. precisely. ' . 'I'ickets; Is. 6d. each, to be obtained of Mr. PIKE, Kiama; Mr. TEMPEST, and Mr. ALLEN, Jani bei'oo ; M?r. DUNSTER, ?Macquiarie River; Mr: WILSON and.Mi. GRAHAM, Shellharbor. SAUTION.--Thle indersigned would caution the - settlers in and around --Ulladtilla that: they .will prosecute, as the law:directs; 'anyone who will REMOVE TIMBER from their;laid:.at; .Ulladullii-' ...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 February 1860

DISTRICT;~ INTELLIGENCE. (vaoir loUlOORRESPONDENTS.) JAMBEROO It has beenivithlid thliat somine count of the school festival, which took place here on Thuriday last' should appear in the Examiner ::and as I \vas not'tlhere myself during any part of the proceedings, I have.been supplied with the particulars, of which, T-he following notice is constructed by the Rev. P. 'J; Sniith. The day, as nobody could require to be informed, was one of the most propitious that could possibly have befallen, the sultry-- heat which lihd prevailed for some days previously having been dissipated by a thunderstorm theipreceding evening. The Church of Englanid Donominational schoolroom wiastastefully 'decorateid for'the occasion wvith ever-, greens and bouquets: auid t~eattendlanco vas larger than had been known on ai~y such occasion before, proving with what ~incieasing. interest these' re unions are regarded. ..The entertainment, which. was.provided, chiefly at tie expense of the parents bf the schol...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 February 1860

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. -4----- (ADEIDrGED FROM Tu ItUI.tLD 'ANDSS PIE.) . PORT OF. SYDNEY. - ARRIVALS Januarv26.--Aloe, ship, 1,023 tons, Captah Forguson, froin the Downs 12th October. Passengers-20 tn the steerage. Cargo--184 hogsheads, 400 casks, 39 .ack-: ages, Lamb, Parbitry, ind' Co; i1. package, it, T. toare.;: 26 packages, M., Moss 500 packages, Scott, Henderson, arid Co. ; l:packaeo,WV.:Ramsden; I package,-G. Whit field 100 hog~heds, ? . Lonr-, 59 barrels' J. B. Run dllra. 50?s,Is : a?finr ar, Gilchrist; and Co.; 3 packages, Flower, Salting, ann Co.; 500 bags, Armitago and .Co.; .46:rails, 8;970 clair;s, 16 casks, Railwiy Commissioners' 0 liogshaids, 140 drums, 77 casks, Buchanan and Co.; 100 bo~es, YoYin. ,? Lairk, andd Bennett ; 63,280 slates, A F. Crooiiand C6.';- 5 ptikaces; Brush and MacDon nell ?? 300; casks,' D. Cooper and Co. 200 casks, Gil. fillani !ind Co. ; .115" casks; J. G:( Waller ; 200 casks, Tucker,? and : Co. ;' 33 packages, -Marshall and Bailey ; -.2 packag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 February 1860

IT AWARRA STEAM NAVIGATION COM I ..PANY.-In order to ensure regularity in the star?iti of the Stehmers of this Company at the advertised hours, as well as increased speed in the conveyance of passengers, some slight alterations lhave been decided upon, as will appear in the fol lowing TIME TABLE. BETWEEN SYDNEY AND WOLLONGONG. FROM' SYDNEY-Monday and Thursday, at .10 a.m. on Saturday, at 8 a.m.; and on.Monday* and Wednesday,* at 11 p.m. FROM'WOLLONGONG-On Monday,Wednesday, and' Friday, at I p.m. prompt; and on.Tuesday* '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; Wand .on Tuesday* and Thursday,* atnoon. SYDNEY AND SHOALHAVEN. FROM ,SYDNEY--On Tuesday: and Thursday;'at'9' p.ni. ;" and on Saturday morning-at 8 o!clock.: '" FROM GREENWELL POINT-On Monday, Wed nesday, and Fr...

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THE NATIONAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 February 1860

TnE NATIoNArL SCHoon.-In our advertising columns will be found the supplementary list of subscriptions to this very 'necessary structure, amounting in all to £376 9s. While we regret that-owing to some misconception as to what was meant on one side or the other-any difference, however slight, should have arisen between the remaining original local patrons and those under whose supervision the work has progressed so satisfactorily of late, we think everyone will .concur with us in regarding it as a matter for congratula tion that the funds have been .obtained. Under the constant personal supervision of the contractors, Messrs. M'Intosh and Cruikshank, the work is pro gressing rapidly, and looks very well, although it would have been a considerable improvement to .a school-house in ?Wagga Wagga-in our humble opinion-to havo had a wide verandah all round it. Is it too late to make an addition:to the plan of the building? It would confer no slight aniount of 'comfdrt upoli both teachers...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 February 1860

'COMMERCIAL IN1TELLIGENCE. Messrs, Anderson, Campbell, and Company report, un der date of 28th iastant: The arrivals during the week have not been many. Business, however, continues, brisk. Maize 'is i»i pretty good.dcemad, but the prices during" the latter part of the week are rather 'lower. " s 9d is the rui. for large parcels now; small parcels of really prime oi:nimai d as. Flour,'if sound,' free froniscent, and finely dresed, sells vwell at £19. \I heat is in demand at 7s, 7s 10d, and' 8s. B'an sells well at l3d., and pollard at Is. l'otatoes, if large in size, will command 61 to 71 : but it is almost impossible to dispose of the large quantity of small ones arriving: \\hite potatoes will hardly realise the cost of freight Butter, if good, is in demand, but a great quantity of that which is now arriviing is almost unfit for use. Bacon, 8d to.9d per lb.; English barley, 2s 6d to 2s od per. bushel; Cape ditto, 2s 4d .to.25 (d ; bran, Is Id p~er busheli butte, 9d to Is per lb.; ca...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 1 February 1860

BIRTH.     On the 28th ultimo, at her residence, Kiama, the wife of Mr. D. McDonald, of a son.

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WEDNESDAY, 1ST FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 February 1860

WEDNESDAY, 1T' FEBRUARY. The Legislative Assembly met, pursuant to adjournment, at twenty-eight minutes past 11 a.m., wheh Mr. Forster moved that the House proceed to Government House to. present the Speaker to his Excellency the Governor-General. The motion having been put from the chair and carried, hen. members immediately left the Chamber. After the lapse of about twenty-five minutes, members again assembled. The Speaker said that, accompanied by hen. members, he had attended at Government House, and presented himself to his Excellency as the Speaker elected in the exercise of the undoubted right of the House. His Excellency had been pleased to express his approval of the choice made by the Assembly. The House then adjourned till 3o'clok. The Speaker again took the chair at twenty five minutes past 3 o'clock. In answer to a question from Mr. Laycock, the-Secretary for Lanlds sisid, it.was the in tention of the Government to form a general cemetery more remote from Sydney than th...

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TUESDAY, 31ST JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 February 1860

TUisDAY, 31sT JANUARY. The Legislative Assembly met at twenty minutes past three o'clock. Messages were received from the Governor General--lst, submitting a second estimate, in correction of previous error, for covering in the Tank Stream; 2nd, informing the House that lthe sum of £2,600 will be placed on the Esti mates for Sir A. Stephen's salary during one year's absence; 3rd, replying to address of the House on the necessity of organising a militia, to the effect that, as the measure would involve s'rioils financial considerations, no bill to carry eii"the lobject. of the address will be intro duced. In answer to Mr. Hoskins, 'the Secretary for Lands said the Government will be prepared to carry" the electric telegraph on to Armidale as soon as' practicable after the: necessary sum has been voted by Parliament. .In answer to Mr. Terry, the Colonial Secre tary said, 2,000 stand of improved rifles had been.ordered from England, which would shortly arrive. The Speaker then rose, an...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 February 1860

I TO TRETBDITO Op.'tuEKlASMA -.ESAMINE. R.!5KT Si i, PI oi.Ypur;issues of,the 26t. and 28th. ultimo,.ap-i peare dcommiuniiations from :your. Jainberoo'. torre-' sponiule'u, ori 'lhidh I: trust youi will allow ie to -make some comment - .' "'' Your coirrespondent seems to be greatly annoyed that anyone-especially f" a young man .whose adaptation for, the oflice is a more 'probability"--should oppose his pet, Mr.'"Hanahbhnri, in the forthcoming election for.the Jamberoo' ward" :I admit that it is quite natural that everyone who. takes an interest in our local affaiirs should be anxious tosecure the services of men qualified to carry' outf the provisions of the Municipalities Act of 1858'; arid such anxiety I can safely affirm was felt by the electors'of this ward during the first election. That a council was formed which-considering the greenness of the material-lhas worked well; some little advance mnent'ihade towards local improvements: and that there is a prospect-distant though it...

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