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COURT OF REQUESTS—NOWRA. WEDNESDAY, 7TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 March 1860
COURT OF REQUESTS- OWRAM'w.I 1VRDosoSDAY, 7TIh MARd : , " (Beforo James Aldeorn, Alfred El yard, and A. K. M'Kay, :; i Esqra., J.P.s)I 'Grahalinl 'Hitelceok (fiostponed caso)=For. £10 damages for oierlholding a tenameit and gardeii -agnin ostsoned till next Court.. This was the, only; enas .on A meeting of the Flood Committee, in conjunction with the Beach of Magistrates, was. held in the' iourt. house, Nowra. to receive tihe reports and valuations from the different valuators, of the damages sustained byIthe recent floods in this district. I cannot say as to tlhe exact amount, but from nwhat I couldglcean, it was about sixty thousand pounds, not including Ir. Berry's, whlich is estimated at twenty thousand more. The Ridvision Court for the electoral list is fixed for Tuesday, 13t11 instant, after the list is dispensed with, the Bench is to consider the most speeduy means of re pairing the roads and bridges destroyed by the recent flood-- step mnuch desired, as the commnunicatio is ...
LATEST QUOTATION AUSTRALIAN STOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 March 1860
LATEST QUOTATION AUSTRALAN STOCKS. Victorian 6' per cent., 111. New Soutli Wales 5 $r cnt.; 98. South Australian; 100. M3elbourne Corporation, 106. Geelong Corporation, 105. Qeolong Railway Bonds, par, dull of sale. Now South Wales Bank, 58 ; .Austrilian, G53; Union, -49; South Australian, 31; London Char.. tecrd, 23; English, Scottish, and Australian Char.. tered, 17 ; Oriental, 40.
ENGLISH SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 March 1860
ENGLISH-SHIPPING. -, ARRIlV'.1. ' . From Melbourne-Anglesey, Fob Chow Foo. ;Fcom .Sydncy-CCharlottc, Graces, Ccnturian, Caldera . From Now Zealand-Swordfish. S" DEPARTURES. For M3elbourne-Admiral Lyons, Jack Frost, Alhendy, Beejapore, Brreder, Beechworth, Dover Castle, Empire of Peace, Emigrant, Ellen Clarke, Grace Darling, II B. Mildmay, John Duncan, Lord Clyde; Scotia, Yorkshire, Exact, British Trident, Vocalist, Italian, Otta. For Sydney-(from London)-Eliza Stewnrt, General Wyndham, Lloyds, P'hmnician, Waterloo, Ann, Asia. (From Liverpool)-Dirego, lMargaret Blois. (From Glasgow)-Indiana. (Froin Swan sea)-Olivia. For Adelaide-Fides, Grand Trianon, Hilda, Hero, Sir G. Paul Norden: For New Zealand, &c.-Blue Jacket, Charlotte, Elizabeth Elise, l'Nab, Gloucester, Isabella, Ham ilton Neilby. No individuals were saved from the wreck of the Blervie Castle. The spot on which the disaster took pluce, long unknown, has beeh ascertained. There are reasons to be believed that it was o...
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS—NUMBA. TUESDAY, 6TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 March 1860
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OU1 CORIIIESPONDENT.) SIIO.\LIIVEN. COUIRT OF PETTY SESSIONS-NUM BA. TUESDAY, GTIl M?ARClI. (Bforeo James Aldeorn, Alfred Elnval, AndroDo?aestreJ ..i A. K. lldKay, nnd James Gr"aham, Esqrs., J.P.s) . Malhowi" v. Leary-For assault and battery, Case compromised witlmut carrying into Court. M *rs. Mahoney v. Mrs. Leary-A brawl wiith thae women, which was settled out of Court., M'Kay v. Murray-For unlafiully employing and har Ioring a lad which plaintiff alleged to be his ,servant ; but it turned out otherwise. Case dismissed,, ;, .: j;,.. : Constable Fiinlayson v. Cook--For being draink anid disorderly. Defendant pleaded guilty, and it being the first time of his appeari n before the Ilench, le was fined 10s. and costs. Fineoip d.
THE TALLOW MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 March 1860
THE TALLOW MARKET. This meiaket is firm, and more business is doing, both speculatively and for consumption. .-Russian on the spot 58s Gd to 58s 9d. Stock of Australian tallow is exhausted, but present nominal value of good mutton is 58s Gd, and good beef 58s per cwt. The following names appear in the obituary of the month-Lord Holland, the Right Hon. H. 'Fitzgerald, the Earl of Canmperdown, Lord Macau lay, Lord Hastings, Marchioness of Bute, Lord Johni Scott, Lieutenant-Colonel William Martin Leake, the Hon. Montgomery Stuart, Lord :Landsborough, Lieutenant-General Grant Faulknor. The Cape Government are about to issue deben. tuires for £50,000, for emigration purposes.
EUROPEAN NEWS. LONDON, January 18th 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 March 1860
S: ,.: LONDON, Janury 16th l18G60 'The November Australian mailssworeo delivered In London o ;7th apd l3thinstant., : ";: i 'A,momentoibs change of politics hasbeon; in anugurated by, Emperor Napoleon since the' opening ;oftheonew year. ; 1he remarablo pamphlet on the Papacy, the: publicntion of which was innounced,to youiby telegram on 26th ultimo, ihas created en immense sensation throughout Europe. .The:Emperor, though importuned by the Ca-. .thlicAmbassadors, and menaced by,the Pope, has' refused to repudiate the views, it embodies-it counsels the Pope to recognise the status quo, on. .'condition that his remaining possessions are guaran-, teed by the European Powers. An early rupture imspends. The oEmperor has decreed the suppression of tho Society of St. Vincent de Paul. . .Meanwhile the.meeting ofCongress is ;indefinitely postponed, owing to the impossibility 'of: agreeing ,on the basis of deliberations.. Count Walewski the. representativeo at the'i a il leries of Austrian an...
ADEN TELEGRAM FOR ARGUS. February 2nd. LONDON, 28th January. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 March 1860
" iDEN TELEGBAMiiU1'FOEA'TIiS!U'i." " 'Felruery/2id' " ' '-: LoNnoN, 28th Jannury. Queen opened Pairlhmneit:14tli Decembcr." SpeBch well received.l, ; '. . ""- ; , Fo'eign relitiohs friendly. :: overnmcnt :contracted ,'.engghc'rihnt't with the nFrench for settling Itnly. ; :': '; : ... SIndia' aiid English finnnces, satisfantory.: , Oleeieso ,wir mny be 'naverted by: theo Emperor conceding .moderi't dnirin'db.;,''".; - ;.. ' :*''us . :.':-?'i lPromn scde la; re(ornii foreshadowed.. *E' -Istimates for fliicenit difcides annouiiccd.: ' Commercial trqety ilgned.;i ' ': ' : i':: ; , i'l'Contrict Gomiittee rcesppointcd?.t:' .' ' Cavoir bCalbiniet formed.''i.:- ' ' : ' Cnptain Harrison, ,of the: Great' 'Enstern, drowned ... .. , ' S'Bullion: drnw contilines;'.' ' ' ' 'y".c B nk disconit 3 per cent 8inrth'r advehnce e' pected., .; . " " ,' ' ' "'I' ' . '; ' ConisoIs 04'g - . SAniiivEnD.-Water Nymphi, Andromache, i Tertir. SAILED.- nn gairet T'rnsnstlhntie, Nordcn, Hol linsido, '1Maidtone, ...
FRIDAY, 9TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 March 1860
FRIDAY, 9T' MAncn.. The Legislative Council sat for rather more than half an hour. The President reported to the House that Charles Cowper, Esq., had been appointed a iemiber of that HIousi-and the heon. gentleman, having been ittroduced by Messrs. Bland and Montefiore, took sue oaths and his seat. SMr. Cowper announced to the House that he appeared in that House as the repres.,ntative of the Ministry, and that he was also a member of the Executive Council. The Government with which he was connected con-isted of-M-r. J. RIobertson as Minister of Lands; Mr. E. C. Weekesaas Minister of Finance; Mr. W. MI. Ar'old, ns Minister of Works; and lastly, of himselfj~HIe trusted that the House would fol 3sow 'the ?ainplo of the Assembly and consent to mn'adjourninent. If it met the wishes of heon. iriiimbers he should be desirous of moving an adjournment until the 2nd or 3rd proximo. 'The hon. member then referred to Mr. Johnson's mnotion, which appeared on the business paper. He fully admitte...
COMMERCIAL AND MONETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 March 1860
CGO ;· MMECitCIAI AND NIONETARY. :; , The year asopened; auspiciously for. the corn icrcial interest of th coubiintry.'' Trid'is 'prosper .ous,employmenet abundant, money plentiful and ,lih'p, rind our prospects cheering. -' ": i,. Tshoe Binhk riite of discount continues at 2&, bjut owing ,totho. drain of preciousmetals, .'and the giradhal diminution of the Bank resources, .an: 'ad vanco is anticipated; .: At the present moment, how ver, 'supplies are ample. '."Conisbli,:whibh to-'lay ar .'quoted at: 95, 'and piaiiblic lecurities generally, nre favorably oinflu ncedl by thlo Imperial free-trade programnie. Victorian debentures have been depressed to lli, h Vj.the announcement of tlho introduction of an'othiar instalment of three millions in April next. ' ther Australian securities and shares are in moderate demnand. Sevdral new financial projects nre before, the public. The London and Colonial Company, de signed to supply the colonial market with hops, malt; beer, ale, &...
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, 8TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 March 1860
P'ARLIAMENrTARY INTET IGEtxrCE. (AID?MolD fR Tfll nTRAD AND ? YMIR?. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuonsn \Y, 8T M.Lancn. "'Tu ns was a.brief discussion in the Council as to the period for which the House should ad journ. Mr. Montefiore, on behalf of the new ministers, moved the adjournment to the 4th -April, which was opposed by Mr. Johnson, Mr. iiant, sitit?Mr, IIoldcn, and met by an amend ment proposed by Mlr. Norton, that the House adjourn to Friday, which was carried by a ma jodity of ten to seven.
UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 March 1860
UNI.TED. STATES. From the United States we have advices to the 6th instant. At that date:,the House. of Assembly was still unorganised, no speaker having been elected. None of the candidates conld secure the" requisite majority. ,Tlhe President, however, weary.with waiting, hadi delivered his message a fortnight before. A.roign. of terror is commencing ini the Southern States., [.Thero has beeni a temporary, stfingency: in the money market. . . . Another nogro ,riot has occurred in Missouri.: Parliament opened -on the 24th 'tPolitics are. a shade firmer. ,. ,The 'Rhiisell Reform Bill is iin prcossd oforma tion bya Cabinet committee. .; fIMr.'Bright, at Birnifigham,; intis1ated.his'inten tion to support it as:an instalnient.., .,; '.Th.e Chancellor.of. the Exchlequer has pomissed to, renew the inquiry on Mail Packet Contracts When: Parliament assembles. :HIughes is condemned to ten .years'. penal servi tude.' Voluntee Rifle movement extends daily., ",,. iThe revenue and trade returns...
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 March 1860
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. Tl SrNowY R]Ivzn GOLD-FIEr.Ds.-Tho MAc[ bourne Herald, of the 29th ultimo, sayas:-Under. neath will be found a letter from n correspondent at Adelong, who has just returned from the Snowy River. The writer is a gentleman of position, and his statements, which confirm the reports of the richless of the gold-fields, and of the excessive severity;. of the climato may be implicitly relied upon. Hue w\ites,-" Adelong, 23rd February.-I have just arrived, from the Snowy yiver diggings. I notice in your jounsml all kindsof reports tending to incite the Victorian miners to rush off to the new Eldorado. I have no desire to cast a damp on the enthusiastic feeling generally attendant on the discovery of new gold-fields, but would warn all to consider well the step they may be taking inleav ing their homes and employment to rush off to a place about which so little reliable information has as yet qppeared in the public journals. It is the general opinion of old settlers in the...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, 8TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 March 1860
S LEGISLATIVE. ASSEMBLY. TInURSDAY, 8iH IMARCIH. The Legislative Assembly met at twelrty-five mniiuutes'past three d'clock. SFr. Jones presented a petitidn in favor of the abolition ofeState-aid. -Mr.; Gray saidlhe had been requested to state -bhat John Robertson, Esq.; E. C. Weekes, Esq.; and W. M. Arnold, Esq., had accepted offices under the Queen, and that their seats in ,that H:luse had thereby become vacant. Mr. Gray then submitted the necessary resola tions, declaring the seats of the new Ministers vacant, which were agreed to without observa 'tion. 'Mr. Jones- Hle fedired to explain the circum starces arising 'out of the late changes which af fected hiimsdlf.'-:0n Sir Daniel Cnnper's do .dining tdo atitilupt the .formation of a Ministry on 'P'ilesday; 'lii?rceivetll a note from the Governor Geneirhl. reqhestingl is advice. He felt that the circumstancss were -very different from .those in .whichlie' wi~i lacel some months ago when re quested to unldertake the formation of a G...
THE REVELATIONS OF THE DIVORCE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 March 1860
TILE REVELATIONS OF THE DIVORCE COURT. (rno Te TI?,ES, DEC. 12.) SIR C. CREasWELL is holding up a mirror to the ago. We have been accustomed in our writings, in all our publid meetings, and in all places and in all manners",Rq.point to the middle classes of English society as models of virtue and patterns to mankind. The old phlilosoper, if lie lived in our time, would have no need of lantern or candle to find his just man; they swarm among us, although you must not search for them amid dissolute aristocrats or over-tempted plebians. It is the English ratepayer, the man with long great-coat and brown silk umbrella, the sedulous attendant at public worship, where he loves a front Peat in the gallery ; 'the dinner at Freemason's Tavern ; the subscriber to public charities,-tbhe English middle-class Paterfamilias, in a word, who combines. in his own person the virtues of the Pagan and the Christian world. Don't let us say a word about the Lord Henries aid Lord Fredericks-their private ...
INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 March 1860
INQUEST.-An inquest was held on last Monday &nbsp; evening, before the Coroner (Mr. Perrott), and a &nbsp; &nbsp; jury, on the body of David Bird, aged eleven &nbsp; months, who was found dead in bed on Sunday, 11th inst. The jury found a verdict of "Died from want of proper care and nourishment".
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 14 March 1860
3IJSCELLANEOUS EATRA CT0S. THE CHINESE SUPPLIED WITH GUNS FPOM AMERICA.-The BdsIon Transcr1pt1 has the following :-" Speaking of guns, !the Yankees have been doing a very probfitable biusines of late inh supplying John Chiinamnan with guns of, large size. There have beon seome shiprments from Boston, which have ?fid.d very han&dortfoly indeed." TirE .ARcldnirlbOP oi':CAT'EitUltE Y A RIFLE MAN.-The Archbish'Qp of 'Canterbury'has inti mated his intention of; beconlirng an honorary member doftle ;Stirrty ril' *voluriterdis."-W-tss?,. S: Slocw?sr 'ArAT.--On -Satdrday' liib , a: child belonging'to Angus Mackay, DInia, patiiht of Wattes; met its'death in at very slo6kiog manner. While lying in the cradle, in the- ab sence of the mother, a.pig entered. the-ýroom.ands attacked the'infant, tearing its face and hands to a dreadful'extent; carrying away a portion of' the upper jaw, and lacerating the right cheek. The little sufferer was so much injuredbthatit died in a few hours.--Nort...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860
The Kiama lf.eaminer io published every:WISDNF,.. DAY nod SATUIIDA.Y MlORNING, nod dospatolicd lioniediatchl, eitller hy omil or eonrier, to ail parts, of. Now Sooth Wales and tile sistor colonies, to ,ondon" Liverpool col Glsogow, Great lritai,; and, nao tl:?o isosu Is very considerable, it alfords great& fiioioit .o'r ovory kind of ndvertisement. _dvertising.--Feori lines and under... 2!.. i ?' j!i iO .i Eight ... .;.-...... .'? 5:.' D':? ,, .•Every additional line -,.,."'- 0, 3.:, Solbncription-.Per qoarter in odyanbe,,;;. n; l;8ya.6np At tie nod of the quarter ., ...: 9 "0 ?', Single eopie, Ceach......; .:.: 0. , Thm quartero end on thn Instdaoy of June', Snl?mibnre .Deceimbor, and March, respectively . ! :..·. , . . .... . - · ,.,.ok ,KI&?A-:-l-rlnted and published, by. tihq prodrleter, Wn.nnuo Invisa, or Klama, st thme .ELanmisine oearl'rlntinn nino, nhdsioliavsn-ltrct, Klama, afornosld, Sgtturdey' Mmd, t;ici l i. 14, , ... 0:"1 . "'0.':"01
MARVELLOUS GYMNASTIC FEATS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860
-.MAlsv]LLous GYMNASTIC FrsTs.-Galpnan? describes a most extraordinary performance-which" is how nightly attracting crowds to the Cirque Napoleon. Three trapeses or pieces of wood. absot five feet long, suspended from ropes attached to the extremities, hang from the roof of: tie circus, one in tile centre, and tie others at about forty feet distance at each side. A young saon, named Leotard, ascends to a small platform arranged for him- above the place whore the musi cians sit over the passage for the horses into tle ring. The trapese nearest him being put in motion, lie catchles it as it flies up, and then, after balancing hlimself carefully, lie seizes it with bath hlainds, auddarts into opsin space. After flying to tile utmost extenit of tihe ropes, hie comes baok with the recoil, aiid alights iin safety on tlie spot from wvlince lie started. Whiien lie Ias done this t.o or thre'tineos, to show tlmt tih exercise is' mere sport to him, lie agahii launches himself into miud.air, bu...
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860
MIISCELLANEO US 1-lYTJ2A CTS. ABANDONMrENT o0 GLOVES DY LADIE?S. Thu ladisa:-of Vienna have just doterm.ined upon ,the::aaisndonmont bf tlheuse of gloves, which uire no longer to be worn in private par ties.n.d at the opera, only on the first etranc e into the box.• The adoption of rings of real value, attached bya gold chain to the armlet, has given the idea of this change in fashion.-: .curt Jourrnl. A NcW E ni-DINi OF THEC TAIcES AND 'WlIEAT PAnnsLE..-Thie New Yorlc !ipers re port a serqion on.slevery, Iy the Rev. Dr: Rem, ingtos,.of Brooklyn.. 'lhe reverend preacher said,"Now, let usconsider the subject in.the lighlt of the Gospel. We have the tares 'of slavery tmong us. Are we to pluck them up?, No, .the gospel teachel:nus to let:both 'Wdek togeler till the harvest.!l-- Iti tscas-.
THE MUTINEERS IN THE ARMY AND NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860
·NAVY. ~ I I: so a.aiguiharir' fact that ohwliilst hundreds .?; mlen nre being broughlt home friom Iiidia wvho'-halve !iterallyset themselvjs ill battle :array' ngainst tlhir obfficers irho :illstcahl of punishmcnt-are, ,ro. ceiiing consideiable sums ,.of-,moneya ,as bounty, an! l'?arc greediy :silappedi, up :!by :irecruiting' oer geants ?to jointhse Queeni!s service there' .ard hal?o 108 sailors who, having been· tried "in' a -btch aind recesiedd seni'te'iide ina":'rnaiiiuei nmudlh.-resem bhungthe 'sentenice on a1 hitter.of p'uppies pie-' condemned to the: hiorsepond without, reference toinidivduai' lmerit are spoeiding., tlheir( Ch'ristmnas .in. , ncinhester, gaol; .'.Lettors from some odf· tlhese moen! have founal'tleir ?ay' in to'.T/ie iTiric d ;e wliich dlispl~laiy a certaiinh amount of cal'm resiguation sodl' goed~ humioir, buht ?gic nb'odr MiI e .e of' a r. cbellious` spirit. .The' mother of : , oihe of, tileheise:prisoners' .says i" ?e was'the brest soii that" ,over ,woman h...