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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE Monday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 March 1860

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE., (FROM THE HERALD AND ErPIR.,) MELBOURNE lMonday, 6 p.m. Tie Great Britain (s.) cleared. to-day for .Liver pool, with 450 passengers and. 40,000 ozs: gold. 6000 barrels of Hoxall flour arrived from Balti moro, by the Annie Bowen, also a-cargo of deals from the Baltic, and a cargo of. rice from Cal cuttan. A wceek's'liter ncws from New Yosk buti ho thing now. Ten days'. later :fom China ~stato that tea held for higher rates. asci'- ;it Later dates froin Calcutta' throw some doulbts on. the death of Nanna mAn inquest was held on the fi'e :iatSEndridge' ofr the candle works, which resulted in, the commsittia of the workmen foi arson. . ""d"i, An extraordinary case of death lns;.occurred ~in the Yarra Bend Asylum; At the- coronor's inqueat held on Mary Ann loeynolds, Enoch l Reylonds, liei husband, was committed totake't his trial on' sUspi dion ofpoisoning. In W. M. Bell and Ray Dixoni's affairs it is ex pected that a compronis of 10s.l in both ciscuwivill be ...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 March 1860

SATURDAY, MAROCH 10, 1860. TisIERE is an oldteayiiig, thatiti is an ill wind that blows good to nobodly, and from present appearauces it may be inferred that we of Kiaina. are about to receic a practical proof of the truth of"'the adige.; The removalof the Fons-: rrwt Ministry 'rom otmffr will, without doubt, occasion some ioonouvenieceC to the public ser vice. It will delay the passing of. tliheEsthiiates, and postpone the settlement dr that awfuil;bug- hear of Minuisters-the Laud question ! But.if, en that iaccou??t, we Imourn its deat, : it .is I?ore than probable that, like M.?a,?n '& TIIONT, WO Shall receive the benefit of its dying.. not a " place in the commonwealth," for that we already enjoy, but what will be of much more benefit-a sum " not exceeding £30,000'" on the Estimates for the improvement of our harbor. We all know well the naxious and untiring exertions that we have made for years past, to attain this object. The numberless public "' meetings that have bee...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, 6TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 March 1860

LEGIlSLATIVE ASSEMBLY. '' TUESDAY, GTH U IARCH. . The Legislative Assembly met at twenty:three minutes past three o'clock. The Speaker announced that he had received a letter from Andrew Loder, Esq., resigning his seat for Liverpool Plains. On tile motion of Mr. Forster~ ilQjst wi'a led-;d'c ldared vacant. . :- .'''[ Mr. lobertsdn presented a petitioi~ ifib\lcertalin inhabitants of Murrurundi praying for :tle continu ance of State-nid. : ,; u: The Speaiker said that on the last day; of meeting the honorable and reverend member. for. ;Vest Sydney presesit~d several petitions, praying for :the abolition of State-aid, which were subselioently discovored by the clerk to be informal,', there being no signature on the sheet containing the petitionrit Dr. Lang then presented other potitionefrom Sydney and Parramatta against Stateaid;,, :.r', The same member presented' a ;petition; from; a person at Berrima, representing that e:ho ad b loen ruined by the late floods, and praying relief.',. ...

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Examiner Office, Half-past eight o'clock, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 March 1860

Examiner Office, Half-past eight o'clock, Friday night. WVE have delayed going to press till thoel~st moment, waiting. the arrival of the steamer, which has just come in; and we can only state briefly, in reference to the bMinisterial crisis, that Mr. JONES failed in forming a Govern ment, and that Mr. ROBERTSoN was then en trusted with the task. -On yesterday evening, Mr. GRAY announced to thle Assembly that Mr. RoBERTsoN had taken the office of Lands'with the Premiership, M1r. CowPER, the Colonial Secretaryship, Mir. WEEKEs, the Treasury, and nMr. ARNOLD, the Board of Works. The honorable gentleman then moved that the House adjourn for three weeks, to afford time for completing arrange ments, which was agreed to.

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 6TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 March 1860

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDIED FROM THIE nERALD AND EMPIRE) LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, GTH MARCH. A SUFFICIENT number of members did not meet to form a quorum. Before the President declared the House adjourned, however, Mr. Eager states that negotiations were still going on for, the formation of a ministry. The Council reets at 4'p.m. on Wcdnesday.,a,,

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) PORT OF SYDNEY. COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 March 1860

SUPPING INTELLIGENCE. : (ABRIDGED FROM TILE HERALD AND EMPIRE.): PORT OF SYDNEY. Marchb 8.-2Porpnlse, and Arnn, froIm ShonLhnTaen, slth 8 dn. potatoes. 00 bags wheat, 238 ban maize, 0 hides, 5 bales bran, o30 kegs butter. 9 bales wool, U trusses hay ; Hunter (s.) from Merlmbula OLth instant, with sundries.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 March 1860

TLItAWARRA STEAM NAVIGATION COM I'PANY.-Tbo recent disasters at Shoalbaven rendering it necessary to alter the Steamboat ar ia~gebents between Sydney and that district, the pilblib is respectfully informed that the Steamers of tlis Company will, until further notice, ply as follows : -BETWEEN SYDNEY AND SHOALHAVEN. From SYDNEY every Tuesday and Firday night, ait 11 o'cl3ck. ipom GREENWELL POINT every Monday and Thursday, at 9 a.m. B BETWEEN SYDNEY AND KIAMA. rom ' SYDNEY every -Monday, Tuesday, and . Wednesday, at 11 p.m., and on Friday, at 8 . a.m.:rnd 11 p.m. ro m' KIAMA everyMonday and Thursday at 11 a.m.; passsengers ; and on Tuesday and Thursday at neoon, on Friday at 2 p.m. BETWEEN SYDNEY' AND WOLLONGONG, as plublished in the local papers. By order of the Directors, -E. fMANNING. Sydney, 21st February. EVNGLSH, SCOTTISH, and. AUSTRALIAN ' . CHARTERED BANK, Incorporated by Royal Charter. Paid up Capital ... ... £500,000. Bills discounted daily. Drafts issued on London, the-;rib...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. The Goulburn Herald, of the 2nd March, says [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 March 1860

COMII.RCIAL INTELLIGENCE. .-:The Goulburnr IHerald, of tho 2nd olralrc, sa's"" Thero`asre o. chln?e gto note in tlh, prices of produce. ;A great de lofthay rneacheld town erly io tLhe week, and wsot dlsposed of at ourroltt rates. The rins during tle latter half of the week have hod a tel. aonoy toprevent ny furtber arrials. , .. . Snlutla at theo stores has beel rather dull.atud would havr been" wnormt but for bodlie of diggers posslno through tte townt. .3rest. Dlooes. Alexander, oid Co."report thL purchoso of. 1I ton baco.e and 5 owl. butter. al'3fr BenjlJlin of 7 bales wtol. Flo.r, flue, ptr too,,3S1; dItto, seonds, 801. wheat, per bushel, t49 to I4s; lbrn Is tol; oits, 5s to 60; barl.y, dos 1 to'"t-moatzr, now. 6a to 6a tdt b ay,. per ton. I01 to .ll ; pototoes, per owt., 01; bacon. per lb., scarce,lttd to llId; cheese, dlttoi, plentiful, Old to Old; salt butter, plentiful, is "dto Ito4d; fresh ditto, s 3td to Is OOd ; ggs, per dozen, Is; fowlt..per pair, 2s 6d to B3s; urkerys, ...

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MAILS BY THE NORTHAM. General Post Office, Sydney, 6th March, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 March 1860

MAILS itY-TIiE NbitTltAMIý' - `t .General 'ost Office, Sydney; tlthMaroh;.t80. The matlls by the Penlnsulnr and Orlentoal a St Navrthntlon Conmp?nj'atlonier lNortlem dIll ben'iindu up at this oPice ont Wedneday the ll4llth instmt, at' an.in., for a111 letters posted at tlhe General Post' Oflle, anot ddreen tl to the United Kingdom, and at I;an.tfor allt lettero no addiseooed. o?epapers muat bo posted one hour befdore the lettersr. vi.--nt 8 nod 10 n.m r+sledtlvely. TIo fatltIlng malt rill be despatcheid, vIz.To theUniten d Klngdomt vinMneseilllcs and eta Southampton. Ta Franee nod other rontlinental State (Inn atlontd manl to lrancc) 'l' the nrthern ronlrleie of luroepo si. Trlrert. To Mlulbhourne, Tnetlnanintn.Adrlna ,tie.W ern Auastrlla, Maurttlas, Suez, Alex andrla, 'Miltn, Adno,." Plras, Caleutta, Bomblnay, Ceylon. lttatnlnlSintgapore. ?anlla, China, the Cape of Good Ilope, nnd St. Illeu. ."

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THE EXPLOSION ON MESSRS. DEAN AND CO.' S PREMISES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 March 1860

THE EXYPLOSION ON rESSASi. DDEAN AND CO.'S PREMISES. ; : - (FroRi TOs Us.. IInRALn)':) 'InH ivestig ation'into thl circutlststhices connected with theo mystetious: eplosion:on Messrs. Dean and Co.'s: premises on Friday evening 2nd: instant; was resumed onlMonoday afternoonlast, in .-Mr..Dean's oflice;. The.,orepresentatives, of all the -insurance companies estnbliiiied in Sydioy wore present. -Caltni lk' Lo'rio befiig. called to the choir, reod thelfoluitwn'g litter'wliich: lhld: ben nreceived fro.ni Messrs; :Norrie "and VWatt: to"wliomn tlhe btint remnants' of Ipaper: liad: been'i forsP\arded 'To'r 'a; lysis:-r . : " 222, Pitt-street, 5thl March, 1860. 'Tlhe Board oIifquiry "onu theoIatr l explosion at Mesusrs. Dean .nnd Co.'s. . " 'Geniitloenm'i WVe tlo: undersine1d, chenmists liavei made cieful examiinitiohf:tlhe severil pa'per s?ont iby:Mr dBoVn, seid thio; piepd- of wvood left I by Inspector Harrison,'ind liavoe'iprsohally ex'nmined tlie jlaco'ontho promises wher tihe explosion...

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ULLADULLA. March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 March 1860

ULLADULLA. March 5. My report of the Relief meeting which appeared in your issue of the 29th last, appears to have given great offence to a few of the would-be gentlemen who are in the habit of making long speeches, but who cannot bear to see them in print. Some of those very gentlemen, to my certain hnowledge, are not able to read the report in question, yet they have the supreme impudence to at tempt to criticise it in the presence of those who are ignorant of their deficiency in this important branch of ocience. One of those' gentlemen was heard the other day, at the bar of a certain inn, to express himself in language totally unbecoming a gentleman, that he had not been correctly reported. He complains that I did not give hlis speech in full. I must certainly plead guilty to this, as I cannot write short hand; but I main tain that I gave suffieillet of it to enable the publin to judge of his meaning; and although lie says that it is not the truth, Ichallelnge anyone to contradic...

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JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 March 1860

JAMBEROO. SAnnATIn-sCnOOL ExAMNATNrro.-Tho annual oxaulni nation of the Presby~trian Sabbath-schools of Jamboroo," took place at the Presbyterian church, Jamberoo, on 'Thursday last. The examination has been delayed from time to time on account of the stote of the weather; but there oould not have been a liner day for the meeting than Thursday afforded. Bright, elear sunshine, such as we havo not enjoyed for sonme weeks, not too warm, how ever, was the character of the day. The interior of tim church was tastefully ornamealed with baugalo and cab bagetreo leaves, and festoons of flowers, and beantifid do eices on cloth, the work of Mr. Pidcock, of tihe Church of England School, with the mottoes, "Suller little childron to come unto me;" "Train up a child in the way ho should go," &c. A large bower was also erected outside as the building was too small to accommodate all the scholars and their parents and other visitors. The Rlev. Mr. Kinross opened the proceedings by givinlg...

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FOX GROUND. March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 March 1860

FOX GROITND. March 8: AccIDENT.-While Mr. James Smith and his mate wore filling a tree, the axe used by Smith's mate flnw off the handle, and struck Smith a severe blow on the left leg below tihe knee, making, a very ugly out. It was thought at first eight that the axe had penetrated the bone and caused a fracture, but I am happy to say such was not the case, for the wound is doing well, and it is to be hoped-and more so desired by him-that he will not bhe long before he las hold of the tiller, and makes the old saw sweat again. We hear tell of the shooting of wild bulls; but I will tell a little incident that happened hero in shooting a tame one. The bull in question was fond of going to his neighbors, to see if their grass was more luxuriant than his master's. His continued visits gained for him a volley of leaden balls, which wore fired at himn by his owner, but all to no effect. Another .voung man, thinking himself a real don, came with gun in hand, but the lead did not pierce t...

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SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 March 1860

SHO ALI AVEN. The Municipal Council mot specially at the Council Chlamber, pursuant to notice, on Fridly, 2nd March, at 1 o'clock p.m., to take into considerotiona letter from the Treasurer of tie Sydney Relief Committee, addressed to tihe Mayor and Aldermen. Present--The Worshipful the Mayor in the chidr, Aldermen M'Guiro, Moss, ['OGrth, and Bice. After considerable delay, it twas moved by Aldermen Moss, seconded by Alderman M'Guire- Thlnt In eonseqnRence oi thle dloo of the Clhanmber being locked. eat te tiebable , i ate rllmo?t; ille Cotlnltl io-nowirortnllth a Ijeora tbls and other meetings to tie Court-house at Nowra. Carried. Aliderman. IBice dissented frol the resolution. " " The Council adjourned, and re-assembled at the Court. house in Nowra. The Mayor having taken the chair, Alderman Bice claimed precedence, and handed in a letter of resignation, provided the Council had power not to enforce the legal penalty. itho Town Clerk road.the letter, and on due delibera tion the C...

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SHELLHARBOR. March, 7. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 March 1860

GIELLHARBOR. SMarch, 7. A convincing proof of the neccessity there exists for n surver of our harbor, with a view to the affecting of required improvemeunts, thereto occurred on Sunday mornlnglast, viz:-the fact of the William and Ann, striking on the bar, in which critical position fortunately sheo remained but a short time. I have not heard whether she was damaged by thue mishap. The Municipal Council met yesterday, March 6th. Present-the Chairman, Councillors Moles, M'Gill, James Russell Wilson, Martin and Graham. Mniutes of pro vious meeting read and confirmed. Four tenders were received for stumping and clearing roada as per advertisement. That of Mr. B. Fawcett, was accepeted, it being the only one which embraced the whole of the portions of roads advertised, and being con sidered by the Council the lowest tender, on that account. Mr. Faweettfs tender was for £10 per acre. A communication was received froem Surveyor Wills, and thie Chairman and Councillor M'Gill, were dfeputed...

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KIAMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 7TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 March 1860

KIAA M A1 UNICIP 1, COUllNCIL WFD ESDAT 77 THMARCH meeting were iend ad nd approved. .)O LETTERS. . ' STho Town Clork. reada letter-from the Colohial Secretary referring to a letter: from the Council of 27th February. asking pormissiot to lorr'oiv ntoncy, and ?requesting to bh6 informed ·wdli iatninntntnslio Council.desired to raeisel'by-lean. Also an intima tion from tho'eCo1dial Treasury that the amount of endowment to thin 31st Dlecember hadlbeen lodged to the ocredit 'of tlh Cohicil ini the Commercial -T-he Counci thon proceoded to open and consider the tenders for tho?, repair of the Gerringong road from J. M1. xray's,-gate to Miller's :Swamp. These were' three in na?bher-r-on from A..:Bodth, pro posi?ig to d(1 the work at £2 2s. Oil. lier chain ; one from 1I.- Arnold, for a sumn of £160; and a third fr?ir1"Niewton; at £193. Oihthe motion of Alderman 1Bow, seconded by Alderman R]onumsoN; the tender of A. Booth was ac cepted. .Five tenders for repairs to t.le road nt Jamberoo, f...

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DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 March 1860

DenATINr SocreTY.--On last Tuesday evening, should have been held the usual monthly meeting of the Debating Society, and a notice of the moot ing appeared ill our paper; but there was notwith standing a very small attendance of members, who after remaining some time, awaiting the arrival of the two who were to open the debate, finally dis persed about nine o'clock, neither of the gentlemen having made their appearance. A very feasible excuse can be doubtless given for the absence of one of the gentlemen, and no black marks need be put against his name. Tihe state of the roads too may account for the non.attendance of the.other, , But allowing all this,'it vwill not afford a reason'for the bad attendance which has of lnto been given to all the meetings. 'A fdw months back the room used to be filled with listeners, and" the debaters. were numerous, but recently both audience and speakers have been growing small and besutiftilly less, and the spirit of tie ,deiety seems to have comolot...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 March 1860

SDISTRICT INTELLIGENCE'G R- O. :'ll1 oUv coRnnIsrIONDENTr.) GERRINGONG. Trsei is no news stirring hero this week, or perhaps it would he stricter truth to say, that I have not been moving about in the iay of hearing if there is any. So I must rambles hit in scorch of something to till tihe space allotted to your correspondent. I have been amused and pdeased too, to hear sundry remarks ; mor cenergetic. andt expressive than elegant re spectiug thi conduct of the sporting men of Ulladulla, as told iv your correspondent there. It was certainly heartless in the extreme, and I hope his opinion swill prove correct that it will destroy the races, and so punish the fellonws who think more of two or three days of miscalled pleasure than of a calamity painful to per sonsof even ordinary hlmianity, haurtrendiug to those of finer feelings. But I believe these gents' are an isolated few.-tl'he contempt of all who read of Shoal 1h1ve'lla sdenolut and. ruinlled hollleo, and their be haviour will m...

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KIAMA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 8TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 March 1860

.KIAMAn POLICE COURT. S . TIiunnDAY, 8Tn MARCH. Brvon?. Messrs. Perrott, Chapinnan, and Robb, J.P'e. Annsow.-Carruthers v. Wm. Allen. Mr- Waring for complainant. Andrew Whalan swor2 -I live at Riverasdle, I know the land called Grace's grant at Jamberoo. I occupied'part of that .land. .Ihad a paper road to me by the bailiff the night before [ left the land. Tlo'substanco of it was that I was under £5 dam ages for a thintg I know nothing about. He said it was a jndg'.s:'ordd·.'i. Four months before that I had given u ossesoion to Mr. Carruthers of the land I occ ii&` when I first went there. There was a dwei?m liouse upon it. The house was built' of cab5~igetree and bark. There might have been four oe?five acres of ground. The house was near the middle of the laud. When I gave up pos session I pointed out to Mr. Carruthers the land that I had cleared. John Allen, the storekeeper, before this wanted to buy the land from me. I1e gave me £5 for the work I had done on it, and per...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 March 1860

BIRTH. At her residence, Shoalhaven-street, Kiama, on the 4th instant, Mrs. John Geary, of a daughter.

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