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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
The K iamna 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 .Lon?o?,i, Liverpool and Glasgow, Great Britain; and,; aso tha, issue is very eonsiderable, it affords great faeility.for,. every kind of advertisement. Terms . . ^dvertising.--Four lines and under.. , , 2 vOJ Six. ..... .................6. Eight.............. .. ,, Every additionail line. ...... .. . Subscription-Per quarter iri ndvano*;q..,. 8 6 At tho'eond of theoq'arter 0 . 90 Singlo'copies, each.. .. ..' 0: 6 The quarters end on the last day of Juine, September, December, and March, respectively. KIAeA -Printed and published by the propriotor,.Wui n r : lnasas, of Kiama, at the Examiner. Gnceral Prlntis .O11100; Shsalhlseoa ilt ,KlsiOm, afofesaidd,8sst~day, iMarch pl6g,'
THE SOPHISTICATIONS OF BRANDY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
TILE SOPHISTICATIONS OF BRANDY.-I was just about to say that the article I held was a little Cognac brandy, so .called from the village of Cognac, on the river f.Charente, in the king dom of France.; that it was an alcoholic fluid distilled from grapes-a method discovered some time in the twelfth.. century, and first made known to the world in the beginning of the thir teenth by Raymond Lully; though it was sup posed that the Arabs bad the secret of distilla tion some hundreds of years before, making use of it to obtain the perfumes of flowers, this being one of the most ancient records of perfumery. All this I was about to tell Biggs, but he wouldn't give me a chance. He took a long swallow of the fluid he held; in a critical way, smacking his lips, and making afterwards a strange, wry face, went on :-" Are you aware that not one per cent. of all the liquor sold as brandy in this country is not really brandy ? Do you know that we pay French distillers at Lyons and Marseilles, to sa...
SPAIN AND MOROCCO. FOUR HUNDRED AND EIGHTY SPANIARDS KILLED AND WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
SPAIN AND MOROCCO. FOUR HUNDRED AND EIGHTY SPANIARDS KILLED AND WOUNDED. TIsE Empire extracts the following from the Times of 3rd December :-The Spaniards and the Moors have commenced their struggle. Three encounters have already taken place be tween them. The first was not attended by any severe casualty, as only one man of the Spanish army was hurt. In the second combat the casualties were greater, as seven Spaniards were killed and about thirty wounded. The third battle-fought on Friday week-appears to have been of a desperate character. The Moors, who were more than 4,000 strong, at tacked the Spanish redoubt before Serallo, near Ceuta, and was completely defeated. Details are yet wanting, but a telegram from Madrid informs us that the Spaniards had eighty men killed and 400 wounded, and that losses of the Moors were " heavy." " They retired," says General Echaqus's dispatch, " leaving the field of battle strewn with dead." Private accounts from Madrid, of the 27th November, sta...
THE NEW REFORM BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
THE NE J lREFORKf BILL. (Fensb THE TI?IES, DEC. 9.) CONSIDERING that Parliamentary Reform was the engine by which Lord Derby's Govern. ment was ejected from power, and that it is the avowed business of the next Session to deal with this question in all its bearings, there seems wonderfully little anxiety on the part of the public to eater into the consideration of the question. Cabinet after Cabinet is held, and yqet people do not even take the trouble to spe euilite as to the results of these important de liberations. The most barefaced cases of corrup tion are displayed before the public eye by Parliamentary Commissioners with a wearisome and revolting monotony, and yet no one comes forward to tell us that; if we would only adapt his nostrum, the excesses of Gloucester and Wakefield would be rendered for ever impossible. It is really almost incredible to one who atten tively watches the present state of thepublic mind that little more than six months ago every constituency in the ...
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, 28TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
.ARLIAIENTAltY INTELLIGENCE. . .(AselseoED y5O1 T11E 1ER??D AND EMPIRE.) LEGISLAIlVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, 28T FEBRUARY. 'Ti?i Legislative Assembly met at twenty-seven ominutes past three o'clock. Mr. Robertson presented a petition in favor of the abolition of State-aid. - Mr. Gordon presented a petition from certain merchants against the Freight and Charges iBill. Mr. Oxley presented a petition in favor of the * continuanceof State-aid. Mr. Parkes presented a petition from Mr. Begg :'and twenty-one other residents of Phiilip-street, against the removal of the tannery in that neigh Iborhood. Mr. Parkes presented a similar petition from "Mr. Pawley and other residents in Burke. street, with reference to the tannery in that street. Mr. Byrnes presented a petition from certain Roman Catholics of Parramatta in favor of State aid.' A message was received from the Govenor-Gene ral, in ieply to the resolutions on the subject of steam communication via Panama, stating that it-would be impossib...
LAST MONDAY'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
LAST ,MONDAY'8 M?EETING. lTss Meeting last Monday, held for the purpose .of giving expression and -shape to the feeling of sympathy for our neighbours at Shoalhaven, under their severe trials :and losses by'the late floods, was not as well attenfied as such gatiher ings in Kiama usually are, but the thinness of the nunibers, is -attributaible to the unsettled state d the weather, and the fearful condition of the roads, which have been rendered almost impassable in some places by the continued rains. Thus the element which, under the Divine will, was certainly for some good but in-. scrutable purpose-used as the itlstruincnt of death and destruction at Shoalhaveni .oe's tcd -here to prevent many whose heart, )re moved by their trouble, from being partici ? ? n the movement beganon ~Monday ,fr th, rp . .r a'sfferers. Mt"nt wiiht apd . iS 1 b i-? weather most of.the respectable people in the neighborhood here present, and 'he amount of subscriptions made in the room 'is the best eviden...
RESIGNATION OF THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
RESIGNATION OF THIE MINISTRY. WE learn from. Yesterday's Herald, that on Thursday morning, Mr. FORSTER waited upon the GOVERNOR-GENERAL, and tendered the re signation of of his Ministry. It appears that the Honorable gentleman offered no advice to His EXCELLENCY on the appointment of their successors, but after accepting the resignation, His EXCELLENCY stated to MRt. FORSTER his intention of " sending for" SIR DANIEL CoOPER. Sin DANIEL was away to Brisbane Water, and a messenger was sent to him, but his answer could not be known until yesterday, (Friday). It was however, supposed that he would accept the commission, and at once asked MR. MARTIN to take the ATTONNEY-GENERAL SmIP. Should Mr. M. consent, Ma. HAY and Ma. JoNEs would most likely be asked to join, but some doubts are entertained whether such a contribution would secure the support of a ma jority in the Assembly, as some of the recog nised leaders of the opposition, surprised and disconcerted at not being called by "His EX...
POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 1ST MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
POLICE COURT. TaulsD?nY, Ist MAncn. BEFOnE Messrs. Perrott and Chapman, and also Messrs. Waugh, Robb, and Moles, J.Ps. William Flemmingpleaded'g~iilty to being drunk in Kiama, and was fined 5s. Martin Buckloy also pleaded guilty to being drunk, and paid a fine of 5s. D. M Donald v. J. Anderson.-Neglect of duty, and disobedience of orders. David M'Donald sworn: Defendant is my hired servant under a written agreement, which I produce ; tinder this agreement he is bound to make six pairs of men's boots, or seven pairs of women's or children's boots a week ; ihe is now behind with his work sevon pairs of men's boots up to the end of last week, and this week he has done scarcely anything; he went away from his work on Monday, end remained the whole day, and he absented himself again yesterday after get ting the summons ; he lis also several times re fused to obey my orders, and has been guilty of general negligence, and of frequently absenting himself without leave. Defendant had very li...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
Fish in Priime Conditio?d ? 2 'ON ;-SALE 'at the -CENTRAL" STORE= S White herring Red herring - Ling Fresh, lobstet. aend Salmon.. S, G.J DIXON, " ext the (ou?t' House. N.B.-The best prices for colonial produce. WTANTED, anhii;ndiiustrioii.yotuigLid,:of good .,:,character.;Apply at the CENITRAL STORE,., Kiima. .Xiama-Boot and Shoe Establishment.?;.: . EN'rTS' THIGH RIDING BOOTS Ditto ditto ditto best Leggings .. . . Ditto Napoleon patent and grained Riding Boots Ditto patent and calf Dress Wellingtons.. ' American pegged Boots and gutta percha Knee SBoots - . Police and Military Log and Short Boots Water-tights and short kip Boots Men's and women's gutta percha Goloshes. Ladies"Boots and Shoes of all sorts . ' ' Men's and women's, boys' and girls' and, chil? droe's' Boots and. Shep, in. grdat variety, and at all prices to suit purchasers." -D. iM'DONALD respectfully invites attention to his present large stock of Boots anid Shocs. Kiama Boot and Shoe Establishment, Shoal haven-'stre...
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. (FRno OUR CoRnsroS ENTS.) GERRINGONG. It is commonly said that tihe stn is the best road maker in Australia, if so, then his friendly beams would be most welcome here, for the long continuance of "soft weather" has given us soft roads. The high road is hbad but the bhe-roads baffllo description. It is difficult for horses to travel on them : impossible for bullock teams or anything in the shape of a voehicle. The Gcr ringong Improvement Committee of the Municipal Coun cil seem very tardy about handing in their promised report, and delay is making matters 1n.?.o. One effect of the constant wet is that the snakes seemn to be ineom moded by the damp of their dwellings and so become unbidden guests to umuan habitations. I have heard of two more eases besides tmhe one mentioned in my last. One of tihe intruders was a largo brown snake, nearly six feet long, in thle house of Mr. Milligan. Its appearance moving about under the safe startled Mrs. M. as she sat sewing....
HOBART TOWN. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
| " -HOBARlI-TOW-N. " SV :; ;'r 0 TO O' Saturday. SGeorge Eades (Yorky) bloewrhisbrains out A)on iTlhursdy. A 'thiir ;man named Williams has. been :arestate for'the murder of Tickner and his wife -1'', -- ' ?ftm * ... .' .....-i': s - I. v I Monday. ' SThree houses in Elizilbeth-street"wie'':"bnurilt down this. mioruing. ?'Twb': n Darcy-stret.,yes terday.. l The flour marketis stationary. i The weatheris extreniol hty. ot; ttieri6m oter .; degrees in tlio sun. Enormduis :bush" fires are. . ragig._
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. Monday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. (FROs TilE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) MELBOURNE. ' " " . "- ya,: 7 p.m. HOLDEns of wheat and flour `be i?ed their price to former rates, but little doing., Wind N., weather very close. . Tuesdlay 7,p. " The Phieni., ship, laiden with wool for Loncn was totally destroyed by fire in.Hobson's Bay, this' morning. The Jockey Club have decided that the Metro politan Handicap was no race, both horses'b?ing over weight. Great dissatisfaction is expressed The Assembly is engaged on the Estimatec: ..,* The markits.a'o deull. Flour £1 to £18 10s d. ton. \ .y " " .. '
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. (ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. - PORT OF SYDNEY. ..(ABnwDOas FROM THE HERALD AND -MPIRE.) FumUAO 27.-iBenjamin Howard, Danish shlp, 721 tons, Cap tan L. Haabye, from long Kong 30th December. Passengors Mr.A. Campbell, and 304 Chinese immigrants. Cargo--3,°95 bags sugar. 6,000 tiles, packages, A. Tango and Co. ; 30 chets tea, Wilkinson, Rrothrrc. and Co.; 3 packages, O, Stabler; 400 half-chesto 160 packages tea. Order. February 07.-Kioama (a.), from Twofold Bay 25th February, without passengers or cargo. Captain Ket states that the plae, is totally deserted. March 1.-Rose, from Delinmbl,with 56 tons conic; Rapid (s.) from Kiamaand Wollongong, with 109 kegs butter. 25 pigs, 0 calves. 7 bags onions, 3 coops poultry, 41 hides, 500 horns, 15 bags flour.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
TLLAWARRA STEAM NAVIGATIONf COMI. " PANX. -Tbo recent disasters at Shoalhaven ren?JfeIing it necessary to alter the Steamboat ar rangementsbetween Sydney arid that district, the public is respectfully informed that the Steamers of this Company will, until. further notice, ply as follows t r31TWEEN SYDNEY AND SHOALHAVEN.. From SYDNEY every Tuesday and Firday night, at 11 o'cloek. Prom GREENWELL POINT overy Monday and l'hursday, at 9 a.m. 4 BETWEEN SYDNEY AND KIAMA. From. SYDNEY every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, at 11 p.m., and on Friday, at 8 m in. and'11 p.m. FromKIAMiA every Monday and Thursday at 11 Sa.m.; passsengers; and on Tuesday and SThursday atnaoou, on Friday at 2 p.m. BETWEEN SYDNEY AND WOLLONGONG, a-publilishod in the local papers. By order of the' Directors, E. MANNING. Sydny; 21St February. ENGLISH, SCOTTISH, and AUSTRALIAN NJGI... CHARTERED BANK. Incorporated by Royal Charter. Paid up Capital ... ... £500,000. Bills discounted daily. Drafts issued on London, the va...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
SDAILY. "Dny of the eek. I Sunraee SuDt | A -SATURI>AY ......... oh. 3 4 6 6 T0 10 SUNDAY ......... " 4 5 55 0 9 11 MONDAY ........ 550 08 12 Tl''ISUY ......... " 0 60 B 0 13 THE EXAMINER. ,UBLISHIED 'EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. Advcrtloers an ornlUpte *to 'Im rriclllar in. markine tho mtnmber nflntmrUo n on cnh nolverlisemcnl, otherwise tlhy will e'est.octe al tt oehaonrcd for till colnterntilUcd. tOrUer$ tfor ilthtlramll or nltrnations, rmitt tIr sent to thi oflice (In writlig) ,Cifore noon on the day prior to pullication. kll .ommunlcations intendmlt for ineirtion must he nuthentl %;-c"cntlby, the name andd-addlre of th writer--not 'neeeomarily for publlieaton,'bt a agnaranrteoof good mlth. "iV cannot duradea to.rtumr.r,.ted A mmouuiitlions. A TU r 2)A"Y, MARCI 3, 1860.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Mlessrs. Dodds and Co. report, under date of 2 ,th Fenbrnary 'Fkp 3Initland stock market has been dull during the week oneasnaUl lotnonly of fat cattle. middling quality, being all that 1ave oee disposed of, prioesout 4 to 4 s ; I a n ed aflock of sewissgtdorstore purpoecs, atkaboutgs Its. For either eat rotl? or ilop there Is a d...nd at fair prises-soy lt foere Ct ?et e. bdIte, tI 10s to 41 for second quality and middling. • .ycrnpitny bequoted at 13 1 to 170, ecoedig to quality, with ?'cnry-n.nn-pples. Connhlrdblo Inquiry exists for horse stock, either blrocnn or unbroken, Ifof a useful description. !tosiness (done It this kind of stock hes been very little, but few horses having been In the market for sale. Cone wiith'ycnng calves, if bnrokn In and qucet, aro readily disposed of at fair prices. Store ohsep for breeding purposes, especially maiden owtsoe, arc in de mend, and also well-bred young cattle, If qelet, command atten tion from buyers requiring t...
SNOWY RIVER DIGGINGS. LATEST AUTHENTIC INTELLIGENCE. Gundagai, Tuesday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
SNO IT'.RIPVER DIGGINGS. LATEST AUTIIENTIO INTELLIGENCE.. (reos Trut . M. HERALD.) SGundagai, Tuesday,.4 p.m., GotD Commissioner Lynch and his troopers are again on the gold-fields. Commissioner Cloete, and Captain Zonch, superintondent of the Southern. Patrol, left Gundagti for the Snowy River yes terday. Mr. Frcderick Moor, of this toivn, returned last night from the Snowy River. Ho states that there is plenty of gold there, and that all the river claims are being worked with great success. The surfacing diggings are also good. Flour was £80 per ton, but some sales had been effected at £70. Goods were pouring on the diggings front all directions. Collins' picks were 14s., and long-handle shovels 15s. each. First-class men were getting for wages £6, £7, and £8 per week. . .. No one was on the field up to Friday last pur chasing gold. Storekeepers are doing what little they could. There was a great quantity of gold in the hands of the diggers. Plenty of rowdyism and some few cases o...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, 1ST MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMHBLY' TsnumDAY', It.' MAncIs .' The Legislative Assembly niet a a quart r past three o'clock. "" Mr. Robertson-presented a ':petitioni. gaist the present state of the Impounding Lae . Dr. Lang,presented. a petition; prayinigdthat no step.may lbi taken.to excludeithc,pnsllic:from the use of the Government Dry Dopk a:t Cockatoo Dr. Lang also presented a'petitton .igned b 2,353 inhabitants ofSydney, including all 'dlnomi nations, praying for the .abolitioii'ofIState-aid to re l iion, and generally in favor of the bill before the Dr. Lang also presented six otiher' .titione . to.a similar effect from. Cauipbelltoiv'c fi"ot? Kiama, from Shellharbor, from Parrauiiitta, frtiom 'Now castle, and from Shoalhaven. ' . Mr Forster rose and said, it becamh'e' his dtty: to? inform the House that, in coianequeiici of the vote arrivedeat last night, hlie and his colliagueia hid re signed their offices. Ie thanked the Hoseo for the clear and unmistakeable terms of- the resolution; wh...
VOTE OF CENSURE ON THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
VOTE OF CENSURE ON TIlE MINISTRY. (FROM THE E.rIRE.) Mn. FoasTru has now realised the hitter conse quences of his unendurable egotism and self-conceit. Refusing to accept the constittutional verdict pro= nounced against him, by resigning the power that he could no longer use with honor to himself or safety to the public, he has notv to submit to a vote as degrading as any that could possibly be passed upon a minister. The effect or the resolution car ried on Wednesday night, is not only a severe censure on the Governor's advisers, but an appeal to the Governor-General himself to remove them. Ministers of the Crown have ordinarily the feel ings of gentlemen, instinctively' known when the moment has arrived for them to retire or forfeit their political honor. Rarely indeed has any British Parliament witnessed the spectacle of men presuming to govern the country, refusing to retire or to appeal to the people when out-voted on their mensicres, and finally ejected,. neck and heels, in sp...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
S-TO TIIE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINIR. SIn,--As I was on the point of leaving home to at tend the meeting held on Monday in the Free Church, I was sent for to a case of extreme urgency at Stoney Creek;" and, of course, I was obligh d to go. On my way passing the church, I called the RIev. Mr. Ashwin out to tell him the reason of my non-attendance,and to ask him to explain it to the meeting. No notice having been taken of this in your report, I must beg your kpndness for the insertion of this, as want of feeling for my suiffer ing fellow-creatures, would be the lasot charge I shonld like to be brought against me. ;' I am, Sir, yours obediently, THOMAS CHARLES. Kiama, 2nd March, 1860.