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ADELAIDE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 February 1860

* ADELAIDE. ;'flour. is quoted to-day, at.?.17 :l5s ?whea; t 7s. 4d . iLittle b1usiness doing.. The Lady Bi;d (s.) arrived from,' Molelbourn onbi .Satuirdayilhaving made thei passage in 57 hours; i:includiig! stoppages. f:lThe. freight ?and, passage'o. monei. lhave been reduced in conse quonco:of, comlpetition. :. :, ?Th"ro is considerablo excitement lon 'Change to day owing to theofoundering of. tho Blervie Castle;" as many well-known colonists with their families were .expected to sail in lier :for; here' The Adelaide paplers had no heads ofi thi newsi via Aden, so that the citizens are 'awaiting' the intelligenc via: Molbourne or Sydney. , Tuesday. a.' The-flour.? nd wheat market very diill, the former, offering iat" lower rates. Somen sliglit animation: is imparted to the import market in: consequence, of adyices of small shipmeints 'for. this poit. . .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VACCINATION OF CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 February 1860

VAccOINA'roN.or OATTLi.-4ho .e lcdical Timessays that in Holland' theio are threco assuranco 'offices for cattle's liveh. One company has all its assui'ed :cttlu vacciliated, as a preservation against 'conta .ious ptieu monia. . Aniothcr company: inoculates ,only whlien the disease has invaded the aniiials' stalls. 'IThe third company does not vaccinato at .all.:. It hts beon calcu lated l that 'the first company has lost 6 psir centt,of cattle; the second 11 per, cent.:; and the third, 40 per cent. . AucvTIOaeEEns' CHARGES IN a MELROUsNE.--Tho leading firins have agreed to thoe following.scale, and adveitiso the rates of. commission:--On .all cargo. sales, unguarantoed,. 1- per cent. commis sion. On cargo sales, guaranteed, 1l per cont. commission, 2½ per cent. del credero. On all other sales of merchandise, 2}" per cent. commis-. mission, and 2AB-por cent. del credore. Furniture and book sales, 5 per cent. commaission. Land. sales, 21 ppr cent. MARnRIAGE SERVIcE.-Sir John Bowring'...

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THE INTER-COLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 February 1860

Ti', NTER-O COL ONmAL. CRICKET. AIA T . SThe followiig is a correctc ic~eut of thl' score on both sides.iii the lato match;-'- ' '" ;:- ' : ' " ' . : VICTORIA. : " FIRST INSIVS.:-s :-,:':: ''. ,-A. Biirclott,-c Brown .' . . T. Wray a Hilliaid'. . J. HIfdllstOieo, c arid 1) Murray ;. . j. J . ?.1Br3 ant;, Hillinrd ; ;'' ::'i;.: ' : ' G. Miirshltl, b Murray . . . ' S . I. Wills, b Murray ." .4, ", .'.. Hiiismdrsl6vy,b MIliri*ay .4 . . T. Moirris run out " .. .'; ..:: :.. I: J. T1librnton, b liiclisiirdson W .A. Ross, RIicliardsonu. . '. ' G. Elliott, riunout -. .; , . - :. : . : 3 , : i . O .Byes , no balls 2, witlos8; ; 1I · ?*' '.: . : .: ' ol ,-:. i:. .i ', '. . . " A. tirlchett, b'Ilichardson, . . - : .-, . . 7.:." : ST. VWrii, Richrdsonib.obMiirii.y,. ':...: 12 ' J. Hiiddlestoiio,o Brnii, b. Rlichardsii 8 . J M. M Bryiiit, o Biiowni, b Miirray '. ':, S'G. Miirslifiall, o Lewis,; b Richardson ; :. ' S.T; . Wills, Dickson, b ticliirdson '. 20 S:W.a.Hinimmrsrlev,-c.Dicksoii b 'lioii...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. Monday, 7.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 February 1860

TELEGRAPHICJ INTELLIGENCE. -." MELBOURNE. Monday, 7.30 p. m. Thu Nortrnam arrived at 11 a. mi'. coaled, and sailed at:3 p. m. The excitement 'about Eng .lisht:,new.:has . quite' superseded'cricket. .:The sports are thinly attended. . :Catarrh has appeared, amongst the sheep: at Clunes, near Ballaarat, on Mr. Egan's station.. .250 sheep died'in one day, and. 150.othersiwere found suffering. A committee of ,the neighbor ing squatters was at once formed, ivhen. they -destroyed.all the shoep on the station, numbe?~ ing 750. No iairkeot nes. . : .. , Tuesd i , 7 .10 p .m.?. A debate is threatened to-night on a breachl Sof, privilegeg;. the' Ae having severly strictured. tli Attodrney Geneal on the debate reospecting' p ayment of;n£.n ibers. . The Sydney cloven, dine with; 'thei Victoriian -eleven-tonightt at'Nunn's. Th; , Elis Eliabeth Ann,from !.China. fi'. 'Mel bourne ,with tea,.is .reported as lost ih the Singa-' pore papcrs. Tho tellgraph between Singappore anid Batavia is worki ie. ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCH PER RED SEA AND INDIAN TELEGRAPH. London, 27th December, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 February 1860

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. -4--- TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCH PER RED SEA AND INDIAN TELEGRAPHI London, 27th December, 1859. Alexandria and Aden, January 3rd, 1860. The Times of to-day reports the arrival of the Benares at Aden. The meeting of the European Congress has beenr definitively fixed for the 19th January. An important pamphlet respecting the Pope and the Congress has just appeared, written by a Frenchman named Lauseat Primer. It pro poses to limit the Pope's temporal sovereignty to the city of Rome and to remove the French army. It is a bold production, but has been favorably received. It has of course been sus pected of Imperial inspiration, but this has been denied. It has been rumored that Lord Palmorston will resign on the Suez Canal questioi., England demands payment from Spain for material furnished for the last war. The Spaniards are investing Tetuan. The Austrian disarmament has been an nounced, but she is employing lier military against a Hungarihn military agitation. It has be...

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THE REV. T. BINNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 February 1860

THE REV. T. DINNEY.. * -4 (FRO3I TIIE PATRIOT.)' On Sunday morning the Rev. T. Binney preached at the Weigh-house Chapel, to a very largo congre gation. He took as his text, Hebrews xii. 23: "The general assembly and church of the first born," and founded upon it a series of devout me ditations and suggestive thoughts. At the close of his discourse he said-I conclude this meditation by saying that the words were suggested to me by the thought that so many whom I have known pri vately and publicly, in this land and in this city, haveopassed away during my absence. I suppose it is natural for men at my age not to look forward much, but to look back, and around; and when I got the monthly file of news-which I always read as soon as I could get it-I did as I usually do, as if by instinct, went to the obituary first, to see who of my contemporaries had fallen. And I never any month took up the list but I saw some name or names of men either in the ministry or in litera ture, or in the wo...

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NOMINATION OF ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 February 1860

NOJIT'A TIONV OF 'ALDERiTRB-. On 'Tuesday last, ai goodly company of ratepayers and .othUcrs met at the place appointed by his Worship the 31avor, to hear the opiniouns of candidates nominated fbr aldermanic lionors. A little past one o'clock, ,his Worship took the chair, and commenced pro coedings .by cplaiiling the clause of the Mn nicipalities Act providing for the annual election -of an aldermani to represent each ward. He .exhorted the electors to exercise their judgment, and return the boest men in the municipality, as any returned must net, or pay a penalty. He then called upon Mr. YW.'Iavixo, who said, a short tiino since, the electors had performed their work well, and he believed they would do so nouw. At the former election, Mr. J. Pike was returned, and during his short tenure of office had discharged his duties creditably. His fellow alder men appointed him to the post of Treasurer, and thus had confirmed with their approval the choice of the electors. Ho believed Mr. P...

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(PER FAVOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER.) [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 February 1860

(PER FAVOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER.) FELLOW-ELECTOnS,--It behoves all of us to look well to the fitness of the man we elect this time as alderman. We cannot remove him again, if once elected, for three years, let him be over so useless, or ever so corrupt. There are three candidates before us, one of which you must choose. 'Taking them as they were nominated, we begin irst with Mr. J. J. ike, who has considerable inte rest in this ward-a man of goeod ideas, and a plain, straightforward way of expressing them, with a great dislike to cavillingm and talking without doing anythlillg. Ho has also plelty of time to attend to the duties im posed on him. Hie Ihs been tried, and proved honest in calling out to the letter the principles lie proclaimed on the lastiugs on the day of nomination at the first election of aldermen. Secondly, Mr. George Grey having also a great stake in this ward, and a nlmia full of useful ideas (only he has .a peculiar way of expressing them), but nmo doubt a man o...

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MR. SECRETARY SAMUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 February 1860

M.3fE SECRETARY SAMUEL. S(FROMt THE SOUTHERN CROSS.) Saull Samuel was born in London in the year 1821. He arrived in this colony by the ship Brothers, then commanded by Captain Towns, in the month of August 1831. Soon after his arrival he was placed at the school then kept by Mr. W. T. Cape, and upon his relinquishing his private establishment to take the management of the Sydney College, Mr. Samuel became a student in that institution, and continued there up to the year 1837, when he entered the counting-house of his uncles, the Messrs. Lyons, who then carried on an extensive business as merchants in this city. In 1841, Mr. Samuel abandoned mercantile for pastoral pursuits, and formed extensive stations in the Wellington District, on which he resided until the year 1852, when he removed to Bath urst. Mr. Samuel was placed in the Commis sion of the Peace by the late Sir Charles Fitz Roy in the year 1846. While residing in Bathurst, he became managing director of the Ophir and Bathur...

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SHOALHAVEN MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 February 1860

SIIOALjIA VBN NIUNICIPAL BLECTIONY. On Tuesday, 7th February, Mr. David Berry," Rleuri=' ing Ollicer, opened the proceedings in the Conrt-housb'. Nowra, at noon, by reading his writlen authority, sigtied by the Mayor, under Section 16 of thie Municipalities Act. He also read the advertisement in the lluawarra. IMercurry, calling the meeting of electors. The Returning Offlicer theln adjourned the proceediigs to the balcony at the Nowra Hotel. The Returning Ollicer on coming on the balcony, again read over the abe abe documents, and declared the nature and object of the proceedings. .ir. John Smithl proposed James Graham, Esq., as a fit person to represent Newra WVard in the Municipal Coun cil. 'the friends of Mr. Graham expressed 'thlinselves dissatisfied with Mr. Smith's conduct, but the Returning Olficer ruled it to be in order. Alderman Moss seconded the nomination of MrI.Gra ham in a speech of great length, during whichi he criti cised the public conduct of the Mayor, and censtir...

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WOLLONGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 February 1860

WOLLUONGONG. NosuNATIoN OF ALDEnaIEN.-On last Tuesday, at a numerous meeting presided over by his Worslip the Mayor, and. held in tihe Court-house, Messrs. Howitt, Lahiff, Haworth, Cole, Robson, Allen, G. Osborne, Beat son, and T. Garrett were nominated as fit and proper to servo as aldermen in the Municipal Council. Thoso nominated each addressed the meeting. A show of hands being called for. it was pronounced to be in favor of Messrs. Haworth, Cole, and Lahil'. A poll was do mandgd, which will take place next Tuesday.

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. TUESDAY, 7TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 February 1860

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. :(ABRIDGD IOM THE HE REALD.) TUESDAY, 7TH FEBRUARY. ý'The Legislative Assembly met at twenty-three minutes past three o'clock. Mr.' Lucas, who was introduced by Mr. Egan and Mr. Robertson, took his seat 'for Canter bury......... ..... The Speaker.reported that in accordance with a; resolution of the House he had addrassed a letter embodying the recorded opinions of the Assembly to Sir.Daniel Cooper, to which. Sir Daniel had replied, ,thanking, the House for the honor done him. ... . On thq motion of Mr. Jones the letters were ordered to be,. entered on the journals of the House. ' MIr.' Samuel laid papers on the table including a report relating to the children recently taken off Frazer's Island. Petitions were presented by Mr. Lord from Molong; by Mr.'Darvall in favor of State-aid; by Mr. Macleay from a person complaining of vexatious delay in the Administration ; and by Mr. Parkes from the Sydney Chamber of Com merce in favor of steam communication via ...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 8TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 February 1860

iMUNICIPAL COUNUIL. WLDNEsDAY, 8TH FEIRiUAnY. Present-His Worship the Mayor, Aldermen Hukins, Miller, Colley, Sharpo, and Blow. Minutes of last meeting were road and con' firmed. Alderman Miller brought up a report on the road lying between Mr. J. M. Gray's gate, and the north end of Miller's Swamp, and moved that it'lio received and taken into consideration at the next meeting. Alderman Blow seconded the motion. I- Iderman COLLEY moved That the minute recording the motion passed by the Council on the 28th December last, for cutting P'ike's Hill, and also the minute of the resolution passed il liko manner on the 25tih January last,for accepting the tender of Mr. John M'Donald,'for carrying'out the work, be published for the information of rate payers, in order that they may j udlge how fr Alderman IIanrahar was justiled in stating upon the hustings that the contract was illegally undertaken. A conversation arose as to whether a single ten der for any work should be opened by the Cou...

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SYDNEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 February 1860

SYDNEY CHAMBER OF COljdEER C'. -4---- (FreOM TIIE .S. M. IIERALD.) The monthly general meeting of the members of the Sydney Chamber of Commerce was held last Monday, at twenty minutes past three o'clock. Mr. Stuart returned thanks for the. honor of being elected chairman. The minuter of the tivo last meetings were read and confirmed. Mr. W. Dean was elected a member of the Chamber of Com merce. A letter from the Attorney-General, con tailiing questions with regard to a proposed amend ment of the Insolvent law,~ was read. It was stated that a similar circular had been sent to every member of the mercantile community; the matter therefore dropped. The report of the select com mittee appointed to take into consideration the letter addressed to :the Chamber by Mr. Henry Moore, agent for the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company, in reference to the proposed alterations by that Company in thle pre sent steam postal arrangement between these colo nies and England was, after som...

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EUROPEAN NEWS BY THE "NORTHAM." [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 February 1860

EUROPEAN NEWS BY. THE l N. NORTIA." (AnRIDGED so, TH-E'nERbALD.) The project of cutting the Suez canal still 'continues to excite much discussion. The settlement 'of it has been remitted by the Porte to the European powers. The Colonial October mails were delivered in London on the 8th December. Among the passengers by the Emue was Lieu tenant Saisset, with dispatches respecting the New Caledonian affair. The increased charge on newspapers, spite of remonstrance both here and in the' colonies, is to come into operation on the 1st of January. The agitation against it is bieng resumed. At the soiree of the Financial Reform Associa tion held at Liverpool, Mr. Bright ventilated his scheme for sweeping away nearly all our indirect taxation, and raising a revenue of :twenty-four millions sterling, by a tax of eight shillings a-year on every hundred pounds of realised property, income to be exempt. The Reform Bill is under consideration by the Cabinet. If it embodies the six-pound borough ...

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POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 9TH FEBRUARY. (Before William Moles, and James Robb, Esqrs., J.P.s.) [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 February 1860

POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 9TII FEBRUARY. (Before William Moles, and . Jamos Robb; Esqrs., :. .J.P.s.) Mi ltin O;Malley summoned Henry';Feriiow for ob: tamining a horse, of which Martin O' Maley~ limtried to be.' entitled, of the value of £12. Complainant sworn, statedL: On Tuesday, the 29th January, I agreed to swop i filly of mine tor. a horse of O'Mfalley's and ono sovereignsto boot. I;I'erro.;gavo emo his hmorse and a sovereign, amd. I gavo himl my,.filly. I told himm the filly was sound ind .al.fright:. On Tuesday "msorninp he came and took his horse away and irefuses~to return it. , Ferrow in defence said that he took the filly on the representation that she owassound ,itiol liithing.at all the matter withl her. The next'imornirn lie discovered shei was a comploete cripple, ,id tliat 0-Malley kiiew at the time her slhoulders weroncomipletely. out,' aUid that sho awiS lame; and i4s it' was a comnpleotefrauid he considerdd .tlhe bargaii void, and lie had ? right to tale hisi horse;...

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A PROLIFIC SNAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 February 1860

A' aPnorilIC SNAK.'--Ifr. JohnBlhick:infornisuss that one of his mnon killed a brown sainko on A:is fami on Saturday last,, which macnsuredd fivoe:feot, in `lengthl Oil being oipenoed, it ".was'found :t6o contain no less. than, 44 young ones I each. about levcn inclies luong,s 1ll ilive; "hndl aiiparently Mc ]ieAias.- We hiave bcfei iiifeilmc d liv personi ftorai ewea?tl.: that: on Sundiia "iorning last, while wahll?ng' aloin' the beach it the Notitli.Shore, Now castle, ho.eaiw on the :siid a huinna iirnimi.hilch had ap pareotlylee ., recently washledashore.' -iho ulpper ipart of .tlieboise was bai'e, 'ut the hand was perlfcti, with.the' xc'eptio.f sonmlu inn l'ks. of corrOusiol atitlh i'nots of'the ,iails. iThe limb wias. partly covered with~the sileevo of a sailor's blue, shirt,' tightly .f?stenedl atithe wrist..:V "e uiidistudimd thI lolice we're insfcimed of thu circumistanee?b Ti;e i tNew Rirsu:-\'O Ienroe ben annxiously awaiting : the arriviiial'o our spciali lpoisticrfrotii t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 February 1860

"LLAWARRA' HOUSE ACADEMY, KIAMA. J (CONDUCTED BY MR. HUSTLERl.) The proprietor of the above EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENT, wishes to intimate, that it is now carried on in the house he formerly occupied, which has just undergone a thorough repair, and is peculiarly adapted for the accommodation . of Boarders, containing'as it does, six airy bed-rooms on the upper floor; thus enabling the proprietor to give each young gentleman a separate bed, and avoiding the crowding a number of boys into one room. Every attention is paid to the moral and educa tional training of the youths entrusted to the pro prietor's care. A good table is provided ; habits of cleanliness and order are particularly insisted upon. The young gentlemen have the advantages of sea bathing and open-air exercise; and every attention is paid to their health. This establishment was opened in the spring of 1857, since which time the proprietor has received many flattering, testimonials (public and private) to his efficiency a...

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MAILS FOR EUROPE BY THE "SALSETTE." [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 February 1860

MASTS lonR Ero nOl ' nyr iiv vrnE" SALSETTE. - On next Tuesday tiorning, tlhe'mrils for Europo by tlhe steamner Silsette will be made up at the .General Postoffice, Sydney. Letters .or papers' from.this - plnce intended to go by t?le &Salsete:must be posted: here before 6": p.m: ,to-dcay,d or in sthoe forcioon o.'-.f iek lt .Moniday,; in ituic fdor themniiil dle.sl itch lithit day by liyothe steamer: r , t. :"_.r SCaTri rs 1Discasl.--,Woirc happy to say that for the liust ten days there hlis:hiot boon 'any cattle die in this ncighborhoiod of :tlioe cattle dsisoeas: ' Thie fears as to the,. prevalence of teho liseiaso uarei ow beinig assuaged;. Iost sceeim t'.think it.vill do, noi more harii thand it hlisfilreadyl donie. MuNicirIA Er?iido.--"His ? orship ltheMayor . lras appoin ted as,de?uity returninig-oillcors,Alderinen Colley and Blow; the former for Jambcroo ward, and .the latter ;for Gorriiigong ward. As poll clerkslieo haes :appointed. Aldurmen Miller and Hi kins, each ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 February 1860

SIJPPINIG hThELLIGENOE. "RIDG1E D PROM Till IIRALD AND EMPIRE.) PORT OF SYDNEY.I .' . ARitIVALS...''; Ecbruary 0.-Victoria RJi?iL, shli 00668 tons, Captain 3Toon, TrIImI the Downs 10th September. l'asseyger-Mr. Lewis. Cargo -Gecnera lucreahns?ise. ." ' -. F'ebruary 7.-- 1 Ji[ckrllbnrU, ?teaklnbhurg u ship; 829 tons, Captain Kort, fTromni Bitavi 10th December. .Passengers-8 in the steorage. Cargo-1,UOS =:baskets sugar, 1 00 packages mats, 150 pamkages brDooIs.':. 1Fnbriarry 8.- Monge b ronchi war st?amor, .4 guns, Captain Ilourdais, frodmi Toulon lth N'ovrmber, aind the Cape of Geod liope S"ud January. . . . •. ,. :CgTrR I.NWAr.DS. 'rebua:ry T0.--4net and Era, from Sbhoahaven, with 25 tons 1110 bags ptIatoes, 42': bags.niaizu, 9 bags branS , O 6es butter, 8 *hhiles; Itllia s altA;Innsfrom' SltU?arbor, with Iod bags Smihli'n, lObags potatoes, 30 kegs buttor, 'ebriary 7.--.ora C6rebta (s.), from Shoalhaven and Wollon .gong, wit.i9 kr1 -s.bhntter, 3 coops poultry, 117? bags maize, GO ba...

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