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GARLAND AND BINGHAM'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 December 1859
GAI1XND AND BINGHlAd'S REPOR I. Wr e have no improvement in the state of the market for store stock to rep rt xcept for breeding stock, to he taken to the northern districts. 'here is nearly a completo cessation of all transactions in the southern districts just now. Sales of the e'w cattleand sheep at present io the market are very difficult, and therqe are alostot nosed' 05 soute. It must have appeared Mtrange to others, as it certainly did to ourselves, that iwtite wo oorer hearing certain complaints about the severity of the drought and the scarcity ofgrass, the Mlelbourne market should he heavily glutted with fat stock. Wo alluded to these In ourcir cular four weeks ago, and attributed the circumstance to wrong causoes e belitcr, as we ir Irormed,"that a general and severe drought realty exittecintho southern districts, but we are now disposed-to think,that the disinclissltion to purclsaso more stock did notsarlse fan, the wansit of tIlit food which lit the cattle for the .butc...
POLICE COURT, NUMBA.—20TH DECEMBER, 1959. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 December 1859
POLIOCE COU1RT, NJMBA.-20z I DECE?aBR, 1959. (Before Andrew Aldcorn and James Aldcorn, Esqs., J.P. Plostponed Special Sassions for granting h~wkers' and pedlars' liceesn. Six. application were put in, and granted. .Hazlwood v. Pearson-Fer assault and battery, whlliclhlwas cldirly proved. Deftbdant iwas lined 40s. and coste, or seven daysin thoe lock-up, and to find suretics fro his ,ood behavior for six months--his :owhi in 20, andstwoin £10 each, or indefanult, seven days more in the lock-up. H clhoso the Jatter in botliiiitapccs. Jane Gallaghlar v. John 3'Guiro--Affiliation case. Postponed till the 3rd of January for a material witness on the partof plaintiffl MIr. Brown, district constable, was appointed to col lect and prepare tihe electoral roll for the year 1860, for the northern portion of tile electoral district of Shoal ihaven boulnded on the sonuthl by the Conjolla Creek. Thile Clerk of the Benlch then read a correspondence between the Postmaster-General and certain partie...
THE TRIAL TRIP OF THE "GREAT EASTERN." [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 December 1859
S'TlE •TRIAL 'TRIP OF. THE "GRiEAT EBASTERN." -4---- S(AsnBIDED FROM y TBIhIE5, 12TII OCTOBER.) The experimental oruise of the Great Eastern is over, and has been. accomplished with greater success.than most persons had anticipated. At 1 o'clock on the 8th of October the steam was up in Portland Roads, and all ready for a start. Soon after two the crew were sent forward to heave up the anchor, which was not easily managed; and it was not till all tile musical rc sources known to sailors on such occasions were nearly exhausted that the tenacious grip of Trotman's patent was released, when a slow drift with the tide showed that the great ship was again set free. The number of persons, exclusive of the crew, on board, did not exceed forty; and most of these were in some way or other connected with the ship. During the operations of rounding the break water, the bugle sounded for dinner, but the attraction on deck detained many from the sumptuous hospitality that awaited them below. At ...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL—17TH DECEMBER, 1359. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 December 1859
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL -17Tlru DEcEraen, 18359. Tho Council mot, pursuant to. adjourinment, at five o'clocek imp. SPresent--The Worshipful thle Mayor in he. chair, Aldormen 1'Guire, Moss, Bice, Munro, and M3Keinzie. - Mr. Boyco, the Town Clerk, read the minutes of last meeting, which wore confirmed. ' • The Town Clerk read copies of lettors sent by order of the Council. H Ialso read lettersa received since aInst meeting-two from the ion. tlhe Colonial Secretairy, and oneo from Mr. John M'Arthur and Co., respceting a now wharf opposite the o rceenhill iron store. The Couicil went into conmmnitteeo of the whole to con sider tenders for assessors. There were three tenders oncned bj the Town Olerk, 1. From Mr. Charles C Innes,-rejected as being informal. ? 2. From.?Iossrs..roter 1M'Laren and Jolhn Gibsoii, for £70, and requiring six weeks to perforin tihe duty.: 3. From Messrs. lobert Lindsay and Henry lHodgkin son, for £80, requiring the santo pciiod. Moved by Aldermain Bice, seconded by Al...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 December 1859
DIARY. Days of the Week. Dnth Sunriso Sun oon's SATURDAY ............. Dec 24 4 52 7 8 N. BUNDAY .............. " 5 4 52 7 8 1 MONDAY ............ 20 453 7 0 'yUESDAY .... 27 483: 7 9 . 3 WEDNESDAY' .8 4 5 7 10 4 TlHURSDAY..... .... ' 0 4 4 ' 10 5 FRIDAY........... " 30 4 36 7 1" 6 . THE EXAMINER. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. All communications intended for insertion must be authenti cated by tie name and address of tho writr--not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. ao cannot undertake to return rejected communications, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1859.
SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 December 1859
SHOAL?HAVEN. I am very happy to inform you thlat the harvest in this district has, on the whole, turned out favorable. The wheat in some instances has been injured by rust but the vield generally is an average one. Farmers are expecting better prices than theyv received last year. On consideratiol, thely are a class to be pitied, as the rents are very high, and wvages dear, so thliat after do duetil exCpenses, the profits on fthrming do not pay. T°h hurmllsa ia this district are a most industrious and xenmplary class, and it is lamentable that their effobrts for the last two or three years have been in tlhe de creesing ratio. Between the ravages of insects, tile cost of freighlt, and tlhe demands of lasdlords, tllheir interests have materially suffered. Bat the ensuing season sasay possibly provo fivorable. I am happy to inibrll you that the Shoalhaven muni cipality is working well. The Mayor (Mr. Richard K(emlp), is a gen~tleman well qualilieti for his ollice, asid the mnembers app...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 December 1859
The scheme propounded by Mr. JENKINS in his lecture on general education, is not, we think, the best that might be adopted to ac complish. the end he proposes to secure. Mr. JENKINBS would hope to extend greatly the benefits of primary education by the abolition of all school fees; and to encompass this, he recommends that the tax on tea and sugar be retained, and the revenue derived from this source be applied to educational purposes. We do not think that doing away-with school fees would promote to any great extent the educa tion of the children of the common people. The sum required now in the shape of sohool' fees is so insignificant that we think it can debar none. in the golden lands of Australia from the education dispensed in our common schools. But if there are any paients, as doubt less there are some few, who areiunable to pay school fees, we would say let provision be made by the State for the education of the children of such; but by no.means let school fees be alto get...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 December 1859
D R 0 S P E C T U S Sfor the FORMATION of a COMPANY under the style of the FITZ ROY IRON WORKS at MITTAGONG. (Limited liability.) A Bill toin corporate the Company will be introduced into Parliamont early in the ensuing session. CAPITAL £102,000, In 10,200 Shares of £10 each, with power to in crease if required. PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS: HENRY WILLIAM JOHNSON, Esq., Chairman and Managing Director. ABRAHAM DAVY, Esq., Deputy Chairman. WM. TERRY, Esq. I THOS.CHALDER, Esq. J. C. ROSSITER, Esq. I THOS. T. SMITH, Esq. BANKERS.: SOIsCITORS : MIESSRS. BRADLEY AND JAMES. CONSULTING ENGINEERS: MESSRS. WILLIAM FAIRBAIRN AND SONS, Manchester. WILLIAM IIOSKING, Esq., C.E., F.R.S., Pro fessor at King's College,. London, &e., &c., &c. LONDON AGENT: JAMES HOSKING, Esq., No. 5, Sun Court Cornhill. 1. It is proposed to form a Company under the above designation for the purpose principally of Smelting the Ores from the MIine, and for the manu facture of every description of marke...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 December 1859
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. -4 (ARDGoED PLROM THE HERALD AND ?PElE.) .PORT OF SYDNEY. .... ARRIVALS. DecemerlS.-C Columbian (s.), Captain Stewart, from Suez St8h October. Cargo: 105 passenger and sundries. December 18.--Chlaois, bark?. Captain Jolly, from MIauritius 4th 'ovember. Cargo: 4,89i bags sugar. S~tILED. Decembtr o.-Rm acktasll, for London. December 21.--Sbastopot, for San Francisco via Newcastle. '" COASTIERtS INWARnDS, December 15.--MMinoa (s.), from Kiama and WYollongong, with 03 kegs butter, 25 pigs, 10 ealves, 7 bundles caabbage-tree; Miary Jane, fronit thio Clyde River witi 50t bags oysters. December ii. - iVilLasa II'. (s.), from the Clyde Rfier, witlt 40 pigs; t5o kegs butter, £0 cases eggs, 4 eases beeseo; Sjsck, fron Kliaman ased Ahoallaven, eirth GCO bushels maizn 27 cihcses, 2 kegs butter. Suceeuber 17.-mlsnter (e.), fromn the Clydo River, with 6 bales srool, 50 hides, and snssrlces; Dove, fron Blroulce, withi 8 tons bark; .Mlsasoo (s.), frms liama aud IYollongong, w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 December 1859
L'R. P. OWEN'S Ofico removed to Captain Hart's Cot I tage, lately occupied by Mr. Ford, neoxt thile now. Episcopalian Church. -Kiama, 26th. August, 1859. IE DI CAL. To the Inhaitants of Aiam?a, Gerrisngong, and Jamberoo. T~HE Undersigned having returned from Europe, I begs most respectfully to inform them that he has resumed the Practice of his Profession at his old residence, Manning-street, where he may bh consulted daily. GcEOnRGlE BENRY HAMILTON, M.D., BUnGEON, L.M.. a1..A., LONDOQ?,." And Legally-qualified Medical Practitioner of New South Wales. . GEORGE TURNEIR, UNDERTAKER. Funerals Respectably Conducted. . CALE of CHARGES varying frbom £4 10s. to 11 guineas (including Hearse) 8? Ordeis from anypart of the district 'punc tually'attended to. Fotlnd Plac Footland Place, Kiama. , New Store. J W. SMITH begs most respectfully to inti *mate to the inhabitants of Kiama, Jambeoroo, and Gerringong, that he has taken those premises formerly occupied by Mr. Smith, tailor, in Manning str...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 December 1859
COIMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ANDEfRSON, CAkMPEL?L, AND Co.'S P'RtODULCE CIRCULAR. Thu arrivals during the weeck have been comparatolely fiw naud small. Thu derannd fir oraize has continued bor home ronsump. tlon ;s. hns been obtailrd In so'sral instances for smoll porcels. Wheat, not much, arrived, In good demanod. Flour srems I" anything fitrer. Bocon is also In good dmunod at Is. 3d. Lucern has arrivedt in rathr large lurcelo, tihe drcmaud hls bern somewhat snatislrd, and prices havo sliglhtly receded; 3! 5s. loss been about tho rrgulor run during the week for largo parcerl. fDlttur hans advanced cd. In the lb. Bacon, halms, ndrl cheese or, all In good demnnd. l'otatos nud o ions have been In good do susaud during the weck at 71. per ton, but as a very large quas tity arrived lout night, prices have slilgtly receded.--Theou , 8d. to id, 10r lb. barley ('nglish), 3s. to 3s. 3d por bushel; brau, In. 3d. to 5s. dd. ditto bntlr, td. bled. per lb. ;catawo 20c. to los. each; hlour (filnet c...
PORT OF KIAMA. EXPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 December 1859
'PORT OF KIAMA. EsPoRT2 rPer l s. N. Co.' stenmers for tile week ending 23rd December. --206 kegs butter, 2 caoses oceese, 15 coops poultry, 20 cases c~g, 70 pib??, 4io ealves, 02 bogs onions, 12 bidCs, 6 bundles cal-skins, 2 bagowool, 10 lambs, 2 casks tallow, and sundries.
(FROM A SECOND EDITION OF THE HERALD.) TELEGRAM EXTRAORDINARY. Tuesday, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 December 1859
(FROM .A SECOND EDITION OF TlE IHERALD.) TELEGRAM EXTRAORDINARY. * (raoM TE nsERAin's L MELBOURNE CORRESPONDENT.) - Tuesday, 9 a.m. The following was received through the Post office at 3 a.m. this morning : London, 1st November. Aden, 2nd November. SWar has'been declared against Morocco. The French preparations against China have been suspended. England has refused joining the Congress. The Anglo-French relations are alarming. The Zurich treaty is unfavorably received. Italy is agitated. The Pope has returned to Rome. SHubner and Bruck have returned. The re-instalment of Cavouir, Prime Minister of Sardinia'is expected. Napoleon has refused to give an audience to the Bolognese. Wool advanced. London sales commence on 10th November. STallow, £60. Consols, 95. :
SHELLHARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 December 1859
SHELLHARBOR. To-day thle examination of the National School toolk plihco'biefobro several of tho paeonts and friends of edu cation. Tho olasses acquitted tl themselves in succession to the ontiro satisfaction of all preseit. Our school is socond to nono from 3Bulli to Twofold Bay. ,Theo scholars arc in an oxoelltnt state of tlaining-tho kn6wlcdgo, the order, the atteUitioii,-and respectful doportment of the wholo school reflect the highest credit upon Mr. Bonner, the teacher. His soholarship, firm and amianolo bearing, and aptness to teach, at oneo impress every observer. Some of the parties present addressed a few words to the children, tlhe teacher, and tho parents. The Rev. H. li'Klail being called upon, spoke as follows:-" Many improvements have been going forward in Shell harbor for somo time past, and still continue. A jetty has been built-a steamer callsat our port, tle streets are being mado . aft r the fashion of city streets : the township is being laid out in regular orde...
EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE TO 2ND NOVEMBER. (RECEIVED BY MEANS OF THE RED SEA TELEGRAPH.) [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 December 1859
eEUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE : TO 2m. NOVEMBER. (RECHIVED BY MEANS OF THE RED Sca. TEoEGRAPH.) (FRO? TUE 5. N. HERALD.) There is great political disquiet, both in Great Biritain and on the Continent. The hope of preventing war between Spain and Morocco, expressed in our telegram of the 18th ultimo, has been disappointed. War has beeh declared by Spain against Morocco, which will necessarily involve to some extent the French Government of Algiers. Italian affairs are presenting new difficulties, and seem to be insoluble. It is satisfctory to learn that the Liverpool wool sales are one halfpenny above last quo tations.
THE EMPEROR NAPOLEON AT BORDEAUX. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 December 1859
THE EMPEROR NAPOLEON AT BOR DEAUL (FROM TUE uERALD'S CORREsPONDE?T.) The Emperor and Empress arrived at Bor deaux on Monday, 13th October, and during their stay there the Italian residents were ar rested and placed in safe custody. His explanq ation of this is that four Italians had stolen passports from the Sardinian consulate at Al giers, and had sailed for France, passin~g through Montpellier. Now this little fact ap pears to speak volumes. The regenerator of Italian independence goes in fear of his life from-who? No less than Italians ! Indisposition prevents me from dwelling upon this extraordinary circumstance. The Cardinal Archbishop of Bordeaux pre sented an address to his lMajesty with the object of expressing the desire of the Roman Catholic priesthood to obtain the views of his Majesty, and to end their anxieties, that the Pope should be secured his temporal power-a matter on which tile whole Roman Catholic body, clerical and lay, naturally feel a deep-a very deep in tere...
LORD JOHN RUSSELL AT ADERDEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 December 1859
LORD JOEN RUSSELL AT ADERDEEN. -4-- (ROeM THa nose NEws.) The freedom of the city of Aberdeen was pre sented to ILord John Russell, in the new Musio hall, on the 28th of September. More than 2,000 persons were present at the ceremony. After acknowledging the honor conferred upon him, and glancing at ithe subject of reform, Lord John,. in his address, proceeded to the quiestion of our foreign policy, to which at the present moment his attention was of course chiefly directed. The fundamental principles upon which. that policy, should be based were, in his opinion, sufliciently..plain, but their ap. plication was not always esy : ." I believe that our affairs must always be conducted with due regard to the rights and independence of foreign nations; that the rule of doing as we would be done by is not only a maxim of Christian mnorality, but the. rule of international conduct.. (Cheers.) But when we apply such rules we find constitutionally that, hairing relations in every quarterof t...
ILLAWARRA STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 December 1859
Ir,r,AwAnnA STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANwY. This company has sent Mr. Davidson to England, to superintend thl building of anew steamer, somo what after the model of the City of Newcastle, to be placed in this trade. The new steamdr, itis expected, will make the trip from Kiama to Syd ney in about four hours. B1RTIU n MuIDER.--On Saturday night, a milr der was c6mmittod on the lineof the Great North orn.Railwi't'xension, within a slhrt distance of West Maitland, under circumstances of revolting bristalitysbldom. equalled. Thie perpetrator of the crime was a finoeathletic navvy named John Jones, a inan who seems to .have borno amongst his follow-wvorlkmen a reputation by no means linfavor able, and whoso features are far from indicating that ferocity of diSposition'which might hlave beenti looked for. The victini was ktiown: as' Mrs.'Baily, a womnian who, for some weeks past, has boon co habiting with him, and who, according to the report of:noighbors, was of.industrious and tidy habits, a...
REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 December 1859
•REVIE W. Universal Educalionr: A Lecture delivered by R. J.; Jenkins, Esq., M.L A. SYoDNEy: Ilnoroft, York street. Education seems to have taken hold of the public mind in this colony &t this time. It certainly is consist cut with the well-being of a State that its inhabitants should possess the advantages of an educational training so that they may know tlheir dity as follow-citizens and loyal subliects, and we think it will be conceded that this colony hIbors under groat disadvantages in having inefli cient teachers. However, any competent person who seeks to finld out a system to embrace so dlesirable an object as an ellicient general system ofeduacatio miust be halled with a hearty welcome fronsm every well-wisher of the general cause of freedom. The principles enunciated by thei lecturer are briefly these,-first : "The urgent necessity which exists for immediate alterations in the arraugement of the primary schools of thie colony, espiecially the abolition of all schoo...
FOX GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 December 1859
FOX GROUND. .ORUELT To ANmALS.--I have just seeon a hoifor, bolonging to Mr. Windsdr, which lihas beeoon frighltfully out, apparently with an axe, bn thb6 off rump, no doubt dond bly some ill-disposed porson whom it is to be hoped will be found out anid puiished for committing such brutality 'tbirds dumb animals.. - Tule \VEATW~Ise.-As I wuito it is elotuly and mizzling, andt the clolds throatening to pour dowln some reft'reshin showers oi the withered and scorched up grass.