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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 February 1860

I3AST week in calling attention to Mr. FoassT ,'s Bill for the total abolition of State aid to religion which is now before the Legis lature, we promised we would again review ? the subject. The measure is an important one, and therefore demands most deliberate and im ypartial attention. It not only affects individual men whose cases it considers as ministers of re JifloiT, but it affecls the entire community in its highest character ; that which has to do with our moral, political, and' social'. interests, must necessarily dffect all. Let:us look at 'the bill in question: - Mr.. FOaSTEIR proposes doing away with State-aid altogether, but is concerned that those who have been entirely, or in part, depending on the present system, should not be called'to suffer by its inmmnediate abolition. To meet this he.proposes to give compensation, to be regulated according to the number of years each minister has officiated in the colony. Now, .although we have ever 'been opposed to the present...

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SHOALHAVEN. February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 February 1860

SHOALIIAVEN. February 22. There is not much that can be regarded as new or in teresting in this locality since my last communication. The engrossing topic has been the late fearful calamity, the full extent of which is not yet known. The loss of life has been comparatively small-yet, certainly, large enough in a limited community. The total deaths so far as has been ascertained athount to eight-perhaps nine. But the destruction of property has been im mense. Hundreds are left destitute-farms entirely swept away-the year's provision utterly destroyed fertill laind covered with sand-and a splendid thriving district left in ruin. The navigation of the river is for the present destroyed-the channel being choked and so impeded that the trading vesels caniot' pass up and down, and the roads, if anytling, worse than useless. Should another flood occur, siniilir to the last, the conse quences would be beyond calculation. In reviewing a few facts and circumstances connected. with the late ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 February 1860

LAnD.J-Holloway's Pills.-Coughs, particularly those of a hard, dry character, ;requently proceed, primarily, from a diseased condition of the stomach and the liver, and may often be removed by a single dose of these ex traordinary pills. Jndigestion is sometimes accompanied witli a backinqconugh, and a cough is also .a symptom of consumption of the liver. In such cases, physicians generally give mercury, a practice as unnecessary as it is dangerous, since a fow doses, or at any rate a full course of the pills, never fails to remove both the cause of the difficulty and the difficulty itself. The invigorating influence of the remedy upon the weak and debilitated is truly marvellous. The X.iama Examiner is published every WEDNES DAY and SATURDAY MORNING, and despatched immediately, either by mail or courier,. to all parts of New South Wales and the sister colonies, to London, Liverpool and Glasgow, Great Britain; and, as the issue is very considerable, it.affords great facility for eve...

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JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 February 1860

JAMIBEROO. ..There seems to be now some probability of the pro gress of municipal business.in right earnest: and I think the inhabitants of the three wards here have, on the whole, good reason to be satisfied with the re-election of the old members of the Council; even if. it be for no other reason than that they have learned, if we may judge from the report of their proceedings yesterday week, to bear and forbear. I agree, for my part, with the opinion expressed in your issue of \Vednesday Inast, that It was neither rash nor inexpedient to undertake the comparatively weighty work on Pike's Hill. There is an impression, I think extensively current in this ward that the expense of the undertaking is to be borne equally by Jamberoo and Kiama. However strange this impression may appear to somse, it may be well to remind those who hold it, that the northern ward only contributes its 15 ier cent. to the cost; andithink the advantage afforded o all who travel, by whatever means, from Jamb...

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MR. SOLICITOR-GENERAL HARGRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 February 1860

nAR. SOLICITOR-GENERAL HARGRA YE. (FROM THE SOUTHERN CBOSS.4 Jon& FLETCHER HtARRIYAV Was born at Greenwich, in 1815. He is the eldest sur viving son of the' late Joshua Hargrave, Esq., of Grove, Blackheath, who, after acquiring an ample fortune as an ironmonger, at Greenwich, was for many years an active magistrate for the county of Kent, and had the merit of being an energetic Liberal in politics at a time when an agitator for' Parliamentary Reform was looked upon as a suspicious character. Mr. Hr. Har grave's family is of considerable antiquity in Lancashire and the West Riding of Yorkshire, his father being the fifth generation in lineal descent of a race of Yorkshire yoemen occupying or bred upon the same farm, near Harewood, in the romantic valley of the Wharfe. His ma ternal grandmother was a daughter of William Peel, of Church Bank, Lancashire, the eldest brother of Sir Robert Peel the first baronet, and an uncle of the illustrious statesman. Mr. Hargrave received the...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 22ND FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 February 1860

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. WEDNEBDAY, 22ND FEBRIUAY. - Present-The full Council. The minutes of the last meeting wero rad and confirmed. His Worship the Mayor bhanded iu his declaration of office. The Town Clerk read a letter from theSurveyor General, the purport of which was that the map of the municipality would be sent to the Council in a few days. The Council then proceeded to open the tenders which had been called for for works on the Mount Brandon road, Marsden Hill, and Jamberoo. For the Mount Brauden road three tenders were. sent in. On the motion of Alderman CO?IEY, seconded by Al3erman Hanrilhan, the toender of William Graham was acdepted'-£18. : " Six tenders were received for work near Marsden Hill. - On the motion of Alderman Miller, seconded by Alderman Sharpe, the tender of Messrs. Morris and Halten was accepted to complete, the whole work for the sum of £109. Two tenders were received for erecting a foot bridge over the Minnamurra creek, but were not ac cepted on account of ...

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PARLIAMENTARY PAPER. STATE-PAID CLERGYMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 February 1860

PARTLTAMENTT A 'AVR R r 8 TAi-PATD cVlRGYMENt STAEiniNT7 coatnidig :th0 ndme; stati, anid atde 'ot dirival of etch dlerg}rman of the Roman Cdtholied Church receiving. his etipend under Schedule C. Most Rev. J. B. Polding, Archbishop .; .. 1835 Iight Rev. H. G. Abbot Gregory, Vicar-General .. 1836 Rev. John M'Encroe, St. Mary's, Sydney ....1830. Ret. Jgrome Keating, St. Patrick's, Sydney ., 1844 Roe: Mli?bdol Cornish, St. Benedict's, Sydney .. 1847 1?ev. Cornelius Twomey, Albury .. .. .. 1851 Rev. John Maiher, A in . .. ..._1852. Ret. 'imothY' f'Carthy, Akjilddle .. 1852" Rev. J. J. Therrf, Balnai . . 1819' Rev. John Grant; Bathurst ;. .. '. .. 1838 Rev. Patrick Magennis, Berrimia.. .- • ., 1838 Rev. lenrv Woolfrey, Bristiane Water ; ....1854 Rev. J. P.'Roche, Campbelltown ... .. 1853 Ret; Bernard Murphy; Carcoar . ,; 85 Rev. Richard Walsh, Goilburil ...: .: .. 1838 Rev; Peter O'Farrel, Hartley and Liverpoolt .. 1855 Rev. William M'GIinty, Ipsich .. 1834 Roev. James Phelan, 1telso an...

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WEDNESDAY, 22ND FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 February 1860

W EDNESDAY, 22ND :FEDRUARY? The Legislative Assembly met at half-past three o'clock. In reply to Mr. Wild, who stated that?atccounts had reached him of some cases of extremnie suf fering from the late floods near Camden and Pioton, the Colonial Secretary said the Govern ment had written nearly all the Benches of Magistrates in the southern districts, directing them to report all such cases,. and authorising them to afford assistance when necessary. Mr. Hart presented a petition from Armi dale, in favor of an electric telegraph to that. place.: " A message was received from the Governor General; communicating that the royal assent. had been:given :to the Maitland Gas Lighting Act. 'Several new' notices of-mnotion were given. Mr. Forster moved .tL:.t the Elective Legisla tive Council Bill be read a second time. Adverting to Dr. Lang's'contingent motion in favor of a single Chamber, he said that if the abstract proposition were before the House for one Chamber instead of two, he should...

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A WORD FOR THE BIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 February 1860

i.el: .ý A WORD FOR THE BIBLE. i .(ii rs va 0xR or TE AIAA EXAMINER.) FELLOW VPlibnarus,-I anm bine of a large class of persons who have no claims td 6originsility. If a man travels he. talks about what he sees, suffers, or enjoys; if he mitps I. tn society he talks about what he hears ; if lie readis he talks of, the differeit autihors and their produttions; until liis languagd and ideas ired i conipouniid of other peoples.' So in regard to the Book ofr looke. I have read accounts-I have heard del?ites ahd decldmations- I have seen the good effects of Biblle training, and the bad eft'ects of no Bible training. Out of this compound I wish to say a word for the Bible ii ty oiwn way. S :There is a relative beauty-a fitness arid adaptitlori Sin every atom, sun, and systeot of the jihysical universe; and these elements pf Divinelharmony are just as pidr . fectly preserved and as gloriously displayed il all parts of the Bible. The siine Omniscieit Being that created the oxygen, the hydro...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, 21ST FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 February 1860

L EGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 'TUESDAY, 21ST Fz?BRauitY. •TuE Legislative Assembly met at twenty-five ninutes past three o'clock. Public papers were laid on the table by Mr. Forster, and ordered to L, ,rinted. Mr. Parkes presented -a: p?tition signed by '959 inerchahts and tradors of Sydney in favor of "steam communicatio; i.. with Europe via Panama. M?r. Atkinson presented a petition from cer tain Catholics of Liverpool in favor of State aid. A'. Message was received fro - the Governor 'General, communicating Esti ha ...:: £3000, =to assist sufferers by the late fi&J a. In answer to Mr. Clements, tLe ,n'.onial Se cretary said the whole question of the registra tion of title deeds was before a committee of the Legislative Council, and the Government would not take any step till the committee had reported. In answer to Mr. Lucas, the.Secretary for Lands said, the. cliiiý of persons .whose lands had'been taken by the Liverpool railway would be decided in a few days. In answer to Mr. ...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 February 1860

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. *-4--- (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) GERRINGONG. . GensaNeoNo is without a sechool-this is bad; but what is worse, the people don't seem to care about the loss. Many are " wondering" what has stopped the building. of the National school-house. On the first sunny day after.tbe flood, a.girl killed a brown snake-in the hall of her father's house. The ground is thoroughly saturated with rain, which still falls in light showers ; this is fat-. vorable to the growth of grass, also of mud: both are •abundant-the latter excessively so, as the unfortunate wight's know, who are compelled to traverse the by roads. Most of that leading to Broughton Creek is a sea of mud-the horses wading along knee deep, with the occasional variety of a dip to the girths. At the Kiama side of Mount Pleasant there are spots that our. -aldermen ought to see to and do what they can with the five pounds allotted to them by Alderman Hanrahan's sensible motion.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. (ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 February 1860

.SHIPPING INTELLIGENGE. -: -4-- .. TORT OF SYDNEY. nRABlIDGED FROM Irl-E IHERALD IND EMPIRE.) ' AnRIVALO. sRixtallT 2'.-lBornaco, American ship, 7S7 tons, Captain Ed raird.,from the Ulited Sttoes via Melbourne. Cargo--700 bas flour. February 20.--Mary Nichloo, bar, ba6ce, r tone, Captain Wontworth, fron Foo Chow Fone lth ieceulbecr. Passonber- Mra. Wentworth. Cargo-T-'i cbhets 3198 half-chests 4040 boaes February 20.-Fltij.ome, sliip, 11w5 tons, Captain IInmlton, mfron .Liorpol th Noeml, r. l'?.asengern--424 Govcrunmcnint *Immlirants, Dr. White, surgcon-superintcndont. Cargo •Orneral merchandise. February r21.--Alfred Lcmont, American barque, 054 tons, 'aptaln Anoderaon, from i N'rcwatlo (Elsgland) 3Uth Uctober. Cario--975 tons cool, P. and 0. Company. COArTEs o I.WARDS. February -, ,William and Ann, from Shellhrbor, with 75 bIms malze, 25 bn s wheat, 35 ca:ke butter, 00 hido. 2'coops fowls:' Souveonlr. from lleilambi, with 10 tons'coal; lllawarra S(S.), front Kiama,wltli 140 kegO b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 February 1860

.LLAVWARRA . STEAM NAVIGATIONt 'OM . .PANY.-'Tbe recent disasters at Shoalhaven renideringit necessary to alter the Steamboat ar ;, rangements between Sydney and that, district, the S publiiis respectfully informed that the Steamers of - this: Company will, until further. notice, ply as follows: S BETWEEN SYDNEY AND SHOALHAVE1N. From SYDNEY every Tuesday and Firday night, -at 11 o'clock. " From 'GREENWELL POINT every' Monday and T.'' hursda ," at 9 a.m. ,,:., : ET EEN SYDNEY ANPT IKAMA. -"*TFrom SYDNEY every Monday, Tuesday,.Wednes ., day, Thursday, and Friday, at 11 p.m. From0KIAMA every Monday and.Thursday at 11 Sam.; and on . Tuesday and Thursday at noon. BETWEEN SYDNEY AND WOLLONGONG, . ids published in the local papers. By order of the Directors, E. MANNING. 'Sydney, 21st February. INGLISH, SCOTTISH, and :?USTRALIAN ; ..CHARTERED BANK.. Incorporated by Royal Charter. Paid up Capital ... ... £500;000. = Bills discounted daily. Drafts issued on Liondon, the various banks -in Irel...

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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 February 1860

• DIARY. Days of hti Weoeld un I S unrisD I Sset I U -.,,onth i u " ago SiAT'UltAY ......... Fb. 5 6 48 6 38 3 SUNAY ......... " .48 6 8 4 1ONDAY ...... . " -27 5 49 6 3 " 5 TUESDAY ....... " 8 51 836 5 THE EXAMINER. ,T ERY WIDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. Atdvcrtisers are requested to be particular in marking 'the nuanibcr of insertions on each advertisement, otherwise they will. :: be inorted and charged for tilt countermanded. Orders for w: : ithdrawal or alterations, must be seut to thoeoffice (in writing) before noon on the day prior to publication. All communications intended Tfor insertion must to authentl. catred by the name and address of the writer-not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. 'e eainnot undertake to return rejected communications. BATUBDA Y, FEBRUARY 25, 1860.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 February 1860

'COMMERCIýAL INTELLIGENCE. ---------.1+--4 Mesars. Dodds and Co. report, the Maitland Stock IMarket as follows: Thlsmarket has'been plentifully supplied with fat stock dur aIng the week. nearly 600 head having been dliposed of in the yards;priees ruling from 61.-Os to 41 per head. The quality of the 'stock offel.i was good, but the number brought forward rather exceeoled thle usual demand, consequently prices gave way towards the end of the week; butwe amer ofIt of opinion that anything -:really. good will command fair prices in this market. Two flcocks of sheep arrived for le, most of them havislg been disposed of -ewes fetching 10s., wethers laS., both-of niddlilg quality. Some of the sheep were bought for Sydney, and willt besent on per steamers. Very little hac bcee doing this week in the horse -market. Nogood stock offelring. Draughrtlorses are in demand, and saddle horses well broken. We have enquiries for working bullocks in good condition, which are saleable. We have also so...

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BREAKWATER.—PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 February 1860

BREAK WA TER.--P.UBLIC M EETI'TNG. PURsuANT to advertisement, a public meeting. pre sided over by his Worship the Mayor, was held at the Steam Packet Inn, on last Thursday. :Tlhe attendance was somewhat numerous, and comprised several highly influential individuals.. The follow-. ing resolutions were submitted, and unanimously adopted : Moved by Mr. JOSErPn KIio, seconded br. Mr. W. R:TCHIE, and supported by Mr. WILLIAM In -VING That the peculiar circumstances of this district-rendering it entirely dependent upon water carriage for .the transport of.its produce tothe metropolis-and the unprotected nature of Kiama harbor, demand for it the immediate construction of such artiicial protection as shall make it a safe port for the com paratively large trade of the district. Moved by Mr. JonN TAYLOn, seconded by MIr. A. COOKc, and supported by Captain CHarLE- that 'the truth of the foregoing resolution has been acknow ledged by previous Cabinets, and the honor of Government committed to t...

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COURT OF REQUESTS. THURSDAY, 23RD FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 February 1860

COURT OF REQUESTS. Thursday, 23nd 'FEBRUARY. THIS Court was held on last Thursday. Messr ., Perrott, Robb, Waugh, and. Hindmrrsah were the presiding magistrates. There were no fewer than 21 cases on the list for trial. The suitors were-- Frederick Hall v. Frederick Ferner, sued for £2 3s for goods sold and delivered: Settled out of Court. ' F. Hall v. Robert McNally, for £1 0s 4!1/2d; for goods sold and delivered. Settled out of Court. Frederick Hall v. William Smith, fees, £6 7s 8d; ditto v. Jamies Gay,! £1 s; i ditto v. Joseph Frede ricks, :promissory note, £2;2s.. VeYrdict for plain tiff, witlihcosts, in each case. Jarnies Potiolto' v. John P'ayne, £6:111s 7,1 ; ditt: v. Jiimos Gay, £3 Is 10d; -ditto v. F·rederick Fer ner, £3 56 9d, for goods sold and delivered. J'Yudg ment for plaintiff,,with costs, in-the twofirst cases, and the litter settled out of Court:."" . -Edward Dixon v. James Watnman, for goods :sold and delivered, £5 0s 51.d; ditto v.Joseph Fredericks, £4 ? s 3d, 'for...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, 23RD FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 29 February 1860

° PARLIAM[ENTARY INTELLIGENCE. ,(,A55o5i 70 r55 0nl555a5 55D avosni.) LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDaY, 23aS FEnDvrUA. TorE Legislative Assembly met at half-past three osclock. The speaker said there was a matter of much importance which he desired to bring before tile fJouoe. lie had becr inadvertently iestrulniental isibringing the Honse into a difficulty. Looking "Into their proceedings, his attention bad been di reated to the forn of commission under which the Speaker administered the oath to the memnbers. He fonnd that the last commission was addressed to Sir Daniel Cooper by nsame, and that lie, as Sir Daniel's successor, was in nowise empowered .o act under it. Now lie had already admuiaiss teree to one hen. member (MIr. Leuas). He had hlowever, placed himself in commhnication this morning, with the Colonial Secretary, and had since received a new commission addressed to himself. But the question arose whether Mr. Lucas ought not to be re-sworn, as the oath formerly administere...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 29 February 1860

* ' .. ' Lent. Lent. Lent-'. '' c P'L ,E N D I D. . G,' Salmon ," ;, '..., irings ., "';,: ;.. GEO. L FULLER;'.: . . .-. riHE!iersig ned ~uld ntifylthlhtlib.is' anli J." 'Purhhaisi of-?ood Wlihnt, delivercldcitlcr at Klsiamaor.Sllioarber. B foumi i: * ' ' ' S. D. LOTT. .'W o6n'onglF, c.25.. .';;.Wesleyan Foreign Missions. S.ERVICES in aid of the above. Missions will be I. held as follows: At KIAMA on Sabbath, 4th March, two Sermoins .will bo preached in the Morning at 11 o'clock, by the Rev. J. Watkin, and in the Evening at seven o'clock, by the Rev. l.'Amos. At GERRINGONG, in the Morning at 11 o'clodk, Sby the Roev . Amos, and at Jamicroo in'the Afternoon at half-past 2 o'olock, by the Rev. J. Watkin. Public Meetings will be held in the following places: At KIAMA, on Monday Evening, th.o th March;. at GERINGONG on Tuesday Evenigg; ,and Sat Jmberoo on WVcdnesday E]viing,.77th .March. ' T ;;'' SThe Meetings to be addressed by the deputation and otherMinisters. SI'ho chair to be taken...

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ADELAIDE. Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 29 February 1860

. ADELAIDEI .: Flour is £27 'por toni and 'whlat-' 7s:'.S; perj bushel. "'l1ne weather is i'ey'? wiirmn?:-r;".'t ,?:,,., -,? .i:.r · , I . .:.:.. ? Saturday aftornoon.?' S,_.The ol.,st :two! 'days .nothinghashi :.s ppened'.oufb sufllicent interest to send you. telegram;:. ':. i..nTe ,weather. is most oppressively hot,, ,,, I. . "-Flour..s 'rising,· and is quoted to-dny at £17,: and 'wheat'at 7s. 3d. V";Veryhlittlo of'eitihr' 'Oflhrid. A lettei" appears in to-day's 'Re;ister,' foinm theI' President of-thi Political ABsociatiox here ; full ot grammatical errors and -mis-spellihng, bhieg:an exact copy of the original manuscript. :: i - ':i. The cargo of the Success,. from Mauritius,,was soal. White crystals, £42 1S..; browin to.yellow' counters, £28 to £32; light, £35. to..£37:' ?;jii . .. . . , . , · .:: . . - ..;

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