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THURSDAY, 1ST MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
Th . THURSDAY, 18T A.ICI.. . ; The Legislitive Council met for -a few minutes only. " Mr. Eagar moved 'n adjournment .to Tiesday next,Ain consequence of receit evehtsiin thi'"As sembly, and took-occasion to thank' thif 'HoudO for. the courtesy and kindness with which lih had been. treated during his short tenure of office;. - ' .,' Mr. Dens Thomson complimented the hon. gon tlemann on the manner in which :he.liad conductqd,, the business of thle Governmetib in tat HIlouse sinco he toolk ofice' and the President boire sirilar 'testi mony. Mr. Johnson drew attention to the present state of public business, and to tlio illegal rirctice.of spending the public moneys withoutlogAl atlhority.' and hoped that whoever might assulne:the reins .bo Government their first measure .vould bo.~eonetoo leigliso the public expenditure.
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 29TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.' (ABMRID FROM THE IERA.LD A'A rwlLer.) SLEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. ~WEDNESDAY, 29TII LEDRUAIY. The Council met pursuant to adjournment. Mr. Dens Thomson presented a petition from two uindred members of the Church of England, resi dent in the district of Richmond, against the aboli tion-of State-aid to religion. In reply to the question of Mr. Want, whether it vas the intention of the Government to introduc"e ny measure to repeal the gold tax, and if so, when ? Mr. Eagar stated that in the present state of the public affairs, the Government were not preo pared to say when such a bill would be brought forward. The New Trials Bill and the Seamen's Eilrige ment Act Amendment Bill werepassed through committee. On motion of Mr. Isaacs an address to the Go vernor-Goenral was adopted, praying for copies of any communications.which have psased between the Chief Justice anid,the. principal .ircietary and the Crown law officers within thie .3it iUelvo months on the subjec...
SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
SHOALIIAVEN. .The Municipal Council met on Saturday, the S25th Fe bruaiy,,in the Council Chamber, pursuant to adjourn. meat, at 4 o'clock. ipm. Present-The Worshipful the Mayor in the chair; Al derman Moss, M'Guiro, M[unro, and M'Grath. Alderman Moss as Returning Officer, handed in the. following Certifieate, what was ordered by the Council to be entered on the Minutes, and to be retained by the Town Clerk as a record of the Council. This Is to certify that having acted as IReturning Oficer at th election of Alderman and Auditors, held at tie Nowra and Good Dog.on the 14th inst., fortie eleation oftwo alderman and two auditors, In lieu of those retiring on that day In compliance with th Muinlcipalltle Act-Mr. James Grham was duly elected AI-" dernsun for Nowrs Ward, and Mr. William M'Grath sas duly elected Alderman for Good Dog Ward. Ar. tRobert Lindsay and Mr. Thomas Dillon, were duly elected Aditors for the Municipality. Witness my hand this 15th day of February, 1800: HENRY OSSf ...
DAPTO. CENTRAL ILLAWARRA MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
DAPTO.; . CRETRAL L.LWAEiA NUniCiPAlITT. Th Cojuncil met on Friday, Febrdary 24. The Chairman related in detail. tho steps that had been taken to repair the damages inflicted by the late flood on the Figtree bridge, and the now bridge near Councillor Higgins'. 'Taking into consideration the urgency of tre case, Counedlors Irving, Evans, and Ritehio had, on their own responsibility, and without waiting for the authority of the Council, contreacted with Mr. Rixon that he should make a ford and bridge through Ryan's ground at the fonritel place, and repair the bridge near Mr. Higgins', for the sum of £38. They had also agreed to pay Mr. Ryan £3 for the use of his paddock. Considoring that the Macquarie River bridge would be in great danger, in the event of another flood, from the raft of drift timber accumulated against iti Councillor Evans, And Councillors M'Gill and Moles, of the Shellharbor Municipality, had, with praiseworthy promptitude, met and removed the whole of it. Councilor ...
THE CATTLE DISEASE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
. THE CATTLE DISEASE. TO Tun EDITOR Or TOE KIAMA ETASOISEiS Smi,-If theo preservation of the. health and condition of domestic animals, is an object of first importance in any country, under any circumstances; how much more then tiust it be an object of anxious solicitude in this colony, and particularly.. in this district where the natural pros perity of its inhabitants is depending solely upon the productivo qualities of their cattle. We need not there fore wonder at the alarm evinced by the good people of the.Kiama district, upon seeing their choice aund beauti ful stock suddenly attacked by a mysterious malignant and fatal diseo1e. It was my consciousness of this as well as my senise of the manifest necessity that exists on the part of every good colonist, to contribute whatever little knowledge ho may consider himself possessed ofre lIting to questions involving the general interest of the community, that induced me to attend the late meeting at Kiama, where, by giviug expressi...
ULLADULLA. February 29. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
ULLADULLA. February 29. Teae Fooons.-Tho amount on the Relief Subsoriltions. list is fast increasing, and I have no doubt but what we will raise a handsome sum hereo; and that too without the aid of the so.called sporting men who could not forego their pleasure for a short while, to render assist. anuce to their starvinig fellow-mortals. In connexion with this, I may as well state my opinion that there will not be any races here this year, for there is likely to be 1no horses come to compote for the prizes, and therefore there will not be enough to makeup the, entrances. This will serve them (the sporting men)l right, and I shall not be sorry to see them go to the dogs. 'lis not a tie to sport and play . While friends are in such sad distres, Nor fooal or tlos and cash away, . Whilewce can makn ermiseryless. Thely ask us now for clothes nod bread, ls -. r oorl helpless souls e they've lost theirl all, And are they doom'd in vain to plead, And arse we deaf in mlsery's call - - ?dshal...
BRUNELL, DIED SEPTEMBER, 1859. STEPHENSON, DIED OCTOBER, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
BRUNELL, DIED SEPTEMBER, 1859. &nbsp; STEPHENSON, DIED OCTOBER, 1859. A Nations' Pioneers — they rest. To mock Renown like theirs with sculptured tomb were shame ; Where the bridged chasm, or where the pierced rock Attests mind's victory, read each hero-name. Yet in an epitaph their names shall live, That Silence, there, may pay one noble due: THEY DIED UNTITLED ! Of what courts can give. No jot, O knaves and fools, they grudged to you. — Punch.
FASHIONABLE ANTHEM [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
FASHIONABLE ANTHEM. Long live our gracious Queen, Who won't wear Crinoline, Long love the Queen ; May her example spread, Broad skirts be narrowed, Long trains be shortened ; Long live the Queen ! O storm of scorn arise, Scatter French fooleries, And make them pall. Confound those hoops and things, Frustrate those horrid springs, And India rubber rings, Deuce take them all ! May dresses flaunting wide, &nbsp; Fine figures cease to hide ; Let feet be seen ; Girls to good taste return, Paris flash modes unlearn, No more catch fire and burn, Thanks to the Queen ! — Punch.
JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 March 1860
JAMBEROO. I have for once an event of huge importance to record. The reverend Percy Jennings Smith has resigned his "core of souls" in the locality. The glory is departed from Jamberoo ! Such is the disconsolate exclamation of the young woman of his singing class, no loss than of those among their elder, whose delight is in the inno cent and edifying gossip which sweeten tea more than even untaxed sugar can do. The latter are indeed con vinced that more agreeble companion of their social &nbsp; hours and piano small talk, never did and never will wear the shape of man. " No, sir, nor woman neither." It may not, perhaps, he absolutely impossible to find ano ther minister of the Gospel endued with equal zeal and eloquence ; but what, I wonder, is to become of those un fortunate and interesting animals which, at such a prodi gious expenditure of trouble and treasure, Mr. Smith contrived so completely to naturlise on Episcopalian ground in Jamberoo-I mean the three blind mice. T...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 March 1860
filHE Undersigned takes this opportunity. of .1 thanking the, inhabitants, of ,hellharbor, Stoney Creek, Terri's-Meadows,' tnd srurounding districts, for the llberal support they have shown him since he commenced .business, in Shellharbor, now about seven years; and he'has now to respect. 'fully inform them that he is , SELLING.OFF', 'His Stock-in-Trade, at Reduced Prices.'v.'" . The wholeo' to be cleared oiit before the 1st of April. ..JOHN THOMAS. Shellbarhor,.lst March, 1860.. Selling Of!f' SellinigOffPl ',, - AT:-GREATLY: REDUCED PRICES, :AT THE STORES OF THE UNDBRSIGNED:.,:. DD R A P E R Y,. ;G Oroceries,, -Ironmongery, . 'Clothiig, ladies' Bootih and Shoes .?-a?, AMen's and yout''"ditto'" " "" Hardware,,Crocke'ry, and Glass' ~ . Saddlerry andd sundriesa:' :;: -:.; Ind'fact,. a: complete nassoitme nt of :General,Me: chandise, to suit all classes Of customers,:? ...: i N.B-- Good articles at low prices' , .. ".-';.'...'... JOHN THOMAS.,_ Siehlliharbor, let Mardi 1860. SHOALAVEN ...
JAMES' REVOLVING BATTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 March 1860
JAMens' REVOLVING BATToRY.--Our readers will re member that some two months ago we called attention to the ingenious invention of Mr. William James, of Dowling-street, Woolloomooloo, for the defence of' Port Jackson; We had the satistfction on Thursday last of inspecting the model of the revolving battery, made cooformably to the strongly expressed wish of his Excel lency the Governor-General. MIr. Jones politely worked his model for us, and impressed us with the conviction that his invention is a complete success. The model, small as it is, is eminently suggestive. On a revolving platform are twelve tiny gmns, protected in front by screens (which can be lowered on the instant a gun is ready to be discharged), and the whole covered by a dome, in the actual erection of a battery to be mdo o of heavy wrought iron. The guns are placed on carriages, which run backwards and forwards on rails, and can be all discharged-ono every two seeond-lby a single gunner. Seven men only are required ...
HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 March 1860
HOBART TOWN. : , The match between Quickstep and Mystery is off Mystery pays £250 forfeit, being wrong in fore' foot. Much damage has been done at the HIuoh by bulsh fires. Wheat is a shade lower. There are no potatoes in the maiket. The weather is cool, with'rain. The Monarch, Hobart Town steamer, cauglt lfire. The damasge amounted to about £400.
ADELAIDE. Friday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 March 1860
'riday afternoonc J. Considerablo transaction', at;'high pricedg?, inbotlh flour andiwheat., ,Flour hlis bberi sold .t ? 18.Ss:. Thie Sir Isaac Newton-takes a cargo of flour from Wullunga to Twofold Bay. • 'The Omeo (s.), sailed for felbouine yesterday with 140 passengers, 20 tons flour, &c. Two vessels are laid on hero for Twofold Bay enid are filling up with passengcrs for thoe Snowy Riveor diggings. Last night's Gazelle contains the proclamation foir the .dissolution of Parliament.. , . , .,, The elections commence on the 13th. As far as the tone of the numerous election meetings yet held can be taken as a criterian, there is every probability of another class of men being returned than was ox pccted a short time back. The members of the late Government declare themselves againist a continu ance of immigration for some time to come, fnd there is no doubt the new Parliament. will refuse to sanction any expenditure for that purpose. Flour firm at 18110s., wheat 8s. 4d. Step...
THE "TIMES" ON THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 March 1860
THE TIJIES'" ,';;ITE AUSTRL 1t 1 .(FROMV T E TIMES, 10TH.DECEMDER.) - 'How,,those, children do -grow I" A hundred thousand aunts and -uncles and "friends .of ,the ,family".will be making this sago reflection during tho next three weeks, and many hundreds of thou sands of'pa.pas and mammas will look round with much pride and some little apprehension. "IIow these colonies do grow I" France, who looks in just now with a friendly face, thinks of her own Aigeria, the sun of her mature age, nursed and taught upon the strictest principles, and with utter disregard to expanse, and yet who won't grow; Spain thinks of her own dwindling scapegrace soils; and both compare their offspring with those tall Anglo-Saxon olive branches who were babies in logeclothes yesterday, sand who stand erect in shooting-jackets and crinolines to-day. Old gentle men are apt to think that children certainly do grow much quicker than they used to do, and, it were lawful to judge of individuals by political develop...
THE LATE EDWARD WHITTY. IN MEMORIAM. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 March 1860
TUE LATE EDWARD WIIIT7t ' IN ?IEMOnIAAr. 'By D. I. DENIEHY. " ALAs, for poor Whitty He died last night in Booroondarra," was the telegraphic message from adear and honored mutual friend of Edward Whitty's and our own, put into our hands on Thursday morning. The.author of the " Friends of Bohemia" and " The Governing Classes" had passed away in the spring tide of his youth having given the world barely an indication of his extra ordinary powers. For. years few things have more shocked and saddened us than this. Mingled deep sympathy with griefs hich made his case with our intense adniiration of his genius,' was a signal and ?salient in the annitls of domestic sor roiw.. We'had never had.the pleasure. of seeing Mr. Whitty, but kindly letters had. been ex changed, :mutual friends had created a mutual interest and he once wrote of his iritention to visit Sydney. Some' weeks since however' we met in this city, the amiable physician who had attended Mr. Whitty with fraternal care, and his...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 March 1860
pays the T n c unrI Sus ,"1D1U.ES ... l-iar. -7,y,65. I 6S', 5'. TUIIRSDAY . ...... I. 58 6I' 15 Qi.1: 9' 5 13- 6`9' 15' THE EXAMINER. PU BISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. AdvertlserR ar mquestedl to be particular In marking til number of InIertlous on eah advertiseament, otherwise they will e Inserted and chargl for till counltermanded.. Olnlers for aIlthdrawal oralteraltionl must be sent to the olfficet (In wrtlog) before noon on the day prior to pubtllltion. Al rommunicnatllons Intcl,sd fr Insertion mus t be autherntl cetul by ths naome and ad.drss o thI writr--not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of gad fithll. We cannot undertake to return rejected communicatlons. WEDNVESDAY, .-AIR CH 7, 1860.
GOULBURN. Friday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 March 1860
·· 'OULBUSRN. %1^ 0 ! ?. i.. , .:, . ... _, , :.. , -Friday; 8 p8 m .,.?n During tlie;week' afair monnt of business bas been done.da?c ochange of any ?mportance in th It has: beeninraining more orerdss durin g'the week,l aund eontinues to-daysLi The ioads;are in a' fearful condition sc,' :&lt; tu'.= f : rinic
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 March 1860
The Kiama Examiner is published every WEDNES DAY and SATURDAY MORNING, and despatthed immediately, either by mail or courier, Ito all parts of New South WYales and the sister colonies, to fIondon' Liverpool and Glasgow, Great Britain; and, its'the issue is very considerable, it affords great facility for every kind of advertisement. Torm :. .d. Advertising.-~our lines and tinder......... 2 0 Six........... . ..... 2.6 Eight... ..... .....0 Every additional line........:0 3 Subacription-Per quarter in advance :....... ".'8 6 At theo end of the quarter ..... '9 :0. Single copies, each .6 The. quarters end on the lastday of Juno, September December, and Marchi, respectively.., . T IAASirerltode anld ubollhed 'by :the'id piend etr 'taa 7 Iaiona, of mlama, at..the .txaminer Goncral Prirntlng-onoe 8hoalhavera-treht Kloma, afeosld, Wednmodoy, lach 7, 160o
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 March 1860
A PARAGRAPHI in our last issue will have in formed our readers of the retirement of the FOeaSTER Ministry. On the morning succeeding the passing of the vote of want of confidence, moved by our member Mr. GRAr-whose speech on the occasion will be found in full in another part of this issue-the PREMIERt waited upon his Excellency the GOVicRNOR-GENERAL to place in his hands his own resignation and that of his colleagues. This event will scarcely have occasioned a feeling of even momentary surprise to the public. Mr. FORSTER'S move ments when only upon the threshold of office showed him to be deficient in decision and judg ment, qualities upon which success in any posi tion of life greatly depends; and wanting which a man in the prominent and responsible situa tion of the leader of a Government needs the surest and safest guides to power, and the best guarantees for retaining it. His writing to Mir. ARNsore and Mr. ROTTEN, asking them to join his Ministry, and then, before the ink on hi...