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THE EMEU'S MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860
W THE EMEU'S IAIL. 'WE extract the following from the S. AM. Herald of Thursday : London, Saturday, 24th December, 1869. Auother importan.t political pamplet has been issued in Parls, emanating fasm the French Gover.. ment, entitiled "The rope and the Congress," by Monsieur de Laquirronieri, author of the pamphlet 'entitledl " Napoleon III. and Italy," which appeared just before the war with Austria. Thse .resent production is received as the views of the Emperor on the Papal question, and, as may be imagined, has cansed no slight sensation, not only because it is considered in the light of a State paper, but also on account of the decision which, it would seem, his Majesty has come towith regard to his Holiness the Pope. The gist of the matter is simply tlsis--that the Pope is not fit to govern a large Sltae--thar his temporal sovereignty ought to be restricted to thle city of Rome; that the Ro magno ought to be separated from the Papacy; that at the same time the Pope must not be ...
SHOALHAVEN LOCAL RELIEF COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860
OOOALUAVI.. LOCVL ZELIEF COOMQ[+ITTEB.' ?'! ? : The Committee met pursuant to notice, in the Court House, Noera, on Saturday, the 10th day ofMarChi, 1860, at I o'clock, p.m. James Graham, Esq., J. P., Mayor/in the Chair. M[r. Tholmas Boyee, Ras losea" Secretary. - ' n The Secretary-read copies of letterA forwarded by thle Municipal Council; Otno to Charles Kemp, Eeq.;rl'rca surer of the Sydney Relief Committee, and one to the Local RoliofCommitteo. Itoth letters expressive of the desire of the Council to co-operato with the local com mittee in carrying out the -necessary relief. Moved by Dr. Alley, seconded by Mlr. ltugb Ml'Klin non T'hat it Is more eonduclw to rho effctual relier of the sufferor. from the lato foods, that the runds subsaribled n Sydney, ona, other parts of the colony, bq? entrulted to the Slayor uand Cor porstlou,lu co-preraton with the Commltlee chose, at a publls meeLiag, for distrihutlion: as tbey are better acquainted. lith the waonls or thb ser.rl esalercr, ar...
SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860
SHOAL AVEN. Toe. MIuniciltl] Council met pursuant to adjournment in tho Court House, Nowra, on Saturday, 10th MIarch, at 4 o'clock, p.m. iresest--The Worshipful the MTayor, in the chnir; Aldermen M'Guire, Meoss, Mouro, and l'Orath. The Town Clerk read the minutes of last meeting. Ioreed by Alderman Mooss, seconded iy Alderman lM'Guire- That the Misnutes nos read be conlirmed. Ameodmeat stoved hy Alderman Slunro, seconded by Alderman OGrath- Tbht the SMinutes do not beoefrmed. The Council divided : For thue Amendoent-- Alderman launro and M['Grath. For. the Origial Motion-Thu Mayor, Alderman Mloss and nl'Gt're. ?fhoo'riginal mation carried, and thse minutes con / Thu -Toesn Clerk read letters addressed to the Hen. huo-Seretary for Lands, resltecting the Ferry at Boma derry, and to John Garrett, ks., M.I P., enclosing a reso lution for presoeutetiou to the Hen. thle Secretory for SWorks. " The Toon Clerk read a letter from thue los. the Se crettry for Lands, on the ouhject of suoney i...
FLOOD RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860
FLOOD RELIEF FUNVD. ONe tho 13th instant, a sum of seventy-live pouds en hiling wa pad b the o-t Treasurer mereisi Bank hlere, to bo advised to tho credit of James Grahaml, 1Esr, Chair~aes of tho Lecal Committee at Shloalhaven ; and a lotter was written by M~r. Merenrs to Mr. Graham inform ing him of the circumstance. To that letter *tbQ following· reply 'baai been reccoivod, which' w~ havre been requested to ~publlsh. There is an error es to the· amoutit, ihieb should· be £76 l~s., nod not £70, as Scknowlcdged b4y Mr. Graham.
ULLADULLA. March 6, 1860. ULLADULLA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860
ULLADULLA. ehf,10 ULL~ADOTIAl RACOO. Threre scene cclv three rscea filled up on the eight of entrance, viz., 'Phe Trial Stakes, Maid~en Tiate, and Farmer's Parse. riase DAY. emn The Trial Stakes. Mr. J mesnurray's b. 'h. llonaglir.. John Allen's h. f. Lola Mlontoa .. 2 We is l aiden l'f ate. Mlr. )i.~ Millard's 1. g. Kasrie Gem . Janmes Murray'sh. h. Ilanaghor.. 1 9 D. WVardel's h. g. Wait-a-whlile.. 4 2 0 Hessian', oh. f. Flyingi Doe Birkinahanw's hr. g·. Moo~ring Mir. M~urray's horse took the first heat with Kanrie Gum in olose attendance. Second heaL-Kaisrie Gu~m wan cony; Wait-n-Whilel second. Third heat.-Won ealsy hr the New Cealander. flanaghlar ie only a twro )'car-eld, and ran very game h le is likely to he a tickler 1is a couple of years snore. I have hoard that he wan ceesiderahly ·OVer-weigh~ted. This ended the firlt day's spurt. Theresoin raceto come elY on the socaud dsa', aud hst sue advertised race heaildes the Cosoelatiassn ielse for the thlird'ich dsss' Slse Farmers...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 March 1860
. Lease ofa 40-aere Farm."i': ?: DAIRY;STOCK, &c ,' L|1HE following ADDTION shouid?- have.&lt; ap S.l, peered to th- Aunction Advertisement of deluTa ?'tts?!.undor tile above ]leading'in .ou'rfiirs paee, liut' cametdoo late for insertionin its prsopsr p.erms£," cash ; .£, six months ;.over £5 ninoe montls, by blls. bis . W... elsh BServioes; ' i;r·· A T Y CYMRU.-Thl Rev. F. SATIUEL ol .Sydey,'vill'Preicliat KIAMA- nextSab- ' bath''Mnrcl 25th; in?ho forenoonat l1ob'click, Yin the' IrdcCh'ii~cli'nnd' in':ths afternoon;''at 'h-ill past 2, in theCourt-honsose .' , :.:..: - •, .3amberoo.--Cheap Beefor '" ::"@:i" I.TAtLTE Rt CURRY ~Sells BEEF' -it .3d1 ~pe-r ¥ f . pound by tihed qairte. I',:l ''; " .?:, Public, Notice· (C1 AU¶lioN Asy 5 ea ound trespassi~lg .onaniy • ?J. portion :of the .land situate :at &lt;Jaibereo, ksown ns .Grace's Purchscd,:.nosy the proprtj, of uoli COarruthers,w:will be lirocccuted ns tiih Law directs., Aind further, all cattleftssied aftert...
LAST OF THE HARPER'S FERRY TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 March 1860
:·· :LAST O1B THE~ HArR~IJR'E FERRY. (raoM!· TR:· .· [IAQgEDY. '-i1~(na TJIf NEWV YOUIK UIRRALD.)?·' · On~i?LirsEow8TO .DEo1irmi~m 16, 1859.-:-At~d~ybrolnk ?tii-?n'so ii~gi. tic t :eve.!, wns- sowuiiidcdi fukum tlo" varous barracks, ainnoiuieirig tho diw ni of theti~ay of executionjof thelslt if h ail er Ferryiniur- recti6niitsi, ianl soobn tihe i;wol m''omunity .;v nsthi ;'!,he s?reets vdwere. tli'; l"od '~itl' peoplloe ri.?n lrly'iour? it' nin "o'click the, entire' mniilifif~' force|in' ttondnllce was firmed o?.IMain-street, aind, the officers reported ready for duty at bhed-quartedrs. Excuveof o CoPKIAtin a?n GanoE.;.-At half past ten b'cldck Gencral 'Tnllinferro,' withi his, stnff,-' nunmbering about twenty-live onficrs, having 'given orders to prepare tho two negro .prisoners, Shields. Green and John Copeland, for-execution, took their departiiire to jointlie inin body of the troops ori tlhe field.', ThIe militiary.then i formed i' a h'ollow square, aroiind. the 'goli and nn op...
MELBOURNE Thursday night. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 March 1860
n. TThurais y nighlt': .Ministers liaveann'ounced.?,thlie intenoition of abandoning -all rclausesv refprringi.t . specill surveyand :toproceejlwiit tlibJlalt'dBillii., j Tlio 'Imprisoniiient' for;iDebt l';:Abtlitioni.,Bill,, broiight inl -byAMrt; Grant;i, pissed'; the seconild reading, tlie Attl;oreyay eneral''suppo'ring it.'; ';. N6ti diigding. in psinesS . S-Tho Northin hbsinaded' a splendid runn *from iSydney- Sh'lie asi-reported aEnth'the Heads at 'All no prepal ing for t hil il, ''hil wch close." to imorrow at 5 plni.' .-:Sugars wcro sold todalay, at auction, at gan ad vance of £3 pbr ton. l-The escorts have broughit 3R,000- ounces. . I
GREAT SHIP COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 March 1860
O's the 1lth thei ordinary .geiroral metlngs of-tlhe above rconliny .ieilS helll it-ltie -Lo[ioodo'.! .acrn, Mr. Oamsprcll~i, the cliii rnm in of tih-idornid ofdirec- mororinels.i tilc theprnocoiiis bein ?ommenfedd in the'o liiwerroomnof the tiatsrn, nnanifhigtlyeson,smll e i ,for' thde occasionisomd.confusioni ar"ose, ilichl ulti mately:indy neddc tleidir·ctors to 'cbn'ent to an :ad ljurnmcnt-: to:tlhe lball-room. :) Thc'bmnic nced: a hcltcrsokeltr -scaianitblo, nputairr, biit: a 'ter tlach-:' cit'?dmln :of tlio:ireren0hli had ·ibsiibhl 'tho betinsinc?s of th'edlay i va-. iquietly teanime'hil; 'ari il the c?ctntary pi~rcc-lil, to re-Cbittheu reoport?o:f thle dirtctors; t?re osubet'tince ofC whichhlaits idrdly, bceen bef'doitite. 'public: ''i?: : . r-??'r : "'$?q"":: r=:'N : . ,I",lieo Ohrirhman,':0observiv .ithe edvee :tcmper of 'tlretlnlctin contented lhimself withl:simhply; imovin' tIheiadoptioit ol' the report..eo .' :" . i; 'I ;I ,I, lie mtrotn for te adoiidopton of the report ...
HOBART TOWN. Thursday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 March 1860
IJOPm TOW -?'.;?.'?-!!,? ':',?.! ?!'? :T'hursday A fter"noon. -;Tle Fla toiculturad-L anid:?-Floricultural' Sho~w Potatoes are very scarco .... ... . .-.Onioealees en demand. . .?,. :. A. 'largc cairgo of ficiti? left to day) by.. thie 3ityi of Hobat ,"i for l'Ielbou6rn e.,- :? ? ," ?;"':, T..:?hedre eai great i'iawan~t of water enf t?he intcri tr,? -and,; ooiiaeql~ntly,; much "sufl'cring..amongst: atock. T.he n,,ot. menotieond in the Goulburn'telo-: grim~ pubh.?lod -yesterday, ashould have been 105 ozsefiot 100, ?:.', .i .;.:::?4??
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 March 1860
.. ." o conn~sposD-.?s .?' ·: : It it portloulorly rclquemtad tllattlotturo' for tho )~.man~orr may ho nodreaod· to'timt TEditor, only, (without uloantlooltg aoIyi llama) inoordar toprorcnt oooafaio ,,. C.D.,Y. recired--left over for wont of space. Oar Sheithllhbor Correspondaent' letter cno to hnod half-poot nine o'ock, too Iota for Insertion. All coo, eatloutioa Intrcdad for. tnsorttlo must he' nltilantl cotad by tho onnae nod adtlroan of, the writtr--not noccssrno y for pullctoatlon, buh os i gularanta of good faith. Wa cannot undertae to return rocted roonauntons.tt , Advertto'ro nra rouertotd to bh pirtianlar to marhclng Ilte uoinbar of tnodrtl oa n cacth telrttalslaolt otherartiso' they woill bhlaaserted and charged far till counteranadeui t'Irders for .ithdrawal or aotloaantos, mut to netnt lathe ottlca (in wrltlna baoreo noon on thm day prior, to pubiachtloa-l a . * W'DAWIVISDAY, M~aRICh.1, 1860 ..-'
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. (FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) BATHURST. Wednesday night. ANNUAL RACES—FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 March 1860
'TEL EGAlPHIC:INTELLIGENCE: ' (s"o' IEv JiE.iALD AND EMisiRIi ) ....... i B'rB? " ATnU RST::;; ' r , lit '; :NUAI RA S-lsI· DAsY; lY.,. ' .Toindoody, 2. . Poter 'PoSsum, .3 ."; rTlib'.wma tlidi'vssie-acr?yw wet' itrion t sioriaing, .but elearied up aftiitr tw hlve'o'u l e lc.:k:: : : "~.+- ;d.a;-::;. ot *ii.-?;.' et'+, Tli sisday evening i bAi1co s isSs tcor T . S'LaiesPurse oun oigan1 T.:b.his';raco'wnas'wdei'ontc'ated .ATiinoo4 'in 'i'jrinc SoWalcs'Siakes iirae" lll . m.veory closOersee'.Tim'e.I mis 5 aseO. ;e Tolmrt Purs i-Dontl hou:Knowl,'c 1i. Bathurst Walter-Jonthanais Wild , 1. C ''e?. 4ellein t 3co.:.Tii,:4 min .:lO:sc !' wis ti large Hit[endancea-soid tlhe co'ui.i,'first ato... , . -' ., , . i ' ,'." ''.... B iaok.Beg ls, ., . ', : " . .,Tinme, 2;i 5ira m . . .. ....... , ;,'. . " " .Publican's Purse-Young Morgan, 1;.**;':.;, . "i' * ..... . . " Little John,..2.0'*,,;: | r*" Ben Bolt was withdrawn in tihss'racse" Time 6 m i n . 7 s e c . " ;. . .' , ; ; -;. ! Bathurst Wolte...
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. A FALL SIX TIMES THE DEPTH OF NIAGARA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 March 1860
. MISOELJ:AINEOUS EXT'RA C'S. A FALL, Six TIMEs TIIE DEPTn OF NIAAIARA. -=The Times" Calcutta correspondent furnishes an account of'the Gairsoppa Fulls, near Honorc, declared to be the depth of Niagara. From the village of Gairsoppa, rcacllcd by a river of tho same name, the writer was carried for twelve miles up the ,Ialinulcoh Pasi, and reaclhed the Falls bungalow about three hours and a half after leaving the top of tile Pass :-" An amphi theatre of woods and a river about 500 yards wide, rushing and boiling to a certain point, where it is lost in a perpetual mist and in an unceasing deafening roar, must first be imagined. Leaving the bungalow on the Mtdras side of th:e river, and descending to a position below the river well,'you work your way up carefully and ihdiously over slippery rocits, until.you reacll a paiiut'wherda'ieok about twice the size of a mate's body juts over a precipice. Resting flat upon tthis rocki aild loolilng over it you see directly before you two out of ...
MUNICIPAL MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 March 1860
! "IUNICIPAL atATTERS.. IT i'sa principle of tho British Constitution lin t aHl persons aod' lonmdunicics s?lll be illo?cd:i(o manage their own aff?irs, a';l Iog so s they dco s regularly and according to lawv,-for. it .is,'oi;ly natural to conclude,: that tlosel wlhose-conafiurt and ivlfain aro[ connideitd,and whowilibothie ,obief sufferers: by.:iiegnect or" bad Imanagdmenl, arermh'li iuh ore likely to, know what buglit to be done. th?n strangers, wvho 'hliave nhot 'gi&" s.:iim knowledge and experience. :;iActing upon this principle, ouraParliament panssed the Muuieb palitieS' Act of 1858, by which ,the advantages of Locnl Self-government are offered to :all who ,consider tlheselves lit to'undei'tako thfe control of tlheir own. affair:S, wiho oare sensible offilhe advantage ofsi~pendng thleir own .imoneoy? occord ing to their o?,h ideas of progiCss J and wllio :ahe alivoeto thie great evils ai'ilog f'rom cenreliza thionin Government. " " 'In thlosfisttrict we Ihave expcrien...
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 March 1860
· t- COL;OAIJL LTR12 ICjS nMa :HaO;:i~tLTON'5~LECTUn t5 ON PsIserENOG Y; _M.r H:amiltbons ;second lecture, :on TlisrsdaE'y eve0ning, 15lhi March, :wsns"a diacided sai:cesa, the: School of.. Ar'ts being .nearlyl fill, and tilhoe c turers happy" style of address ;establishing quite o'friendly ittterest in the subject betveen hihnselt and the daudience." hlri'' Hamilton's avowed en thusiasm -in. favor of his..q science," h's capital hits of humour and fun,. and his appeals to the finer sympathies of'the, many ladies present-all told with encelletit effect. He caionflted hdimself that evening'to' tlio:doim'estie ' ".bu'tilms,'"i 'but at tihe close of lIis :address .be illustrated on: three livingsubjects wlio stepped forwa'rd,? is practical npplicstiori 'df:the irhole scietice, ?'lr )0hlentc was 'ite of his "subjects," aid' after lito 'hald been manipulated, addressed the'iaudieiic e for fie minutes amhilst shouts of laughter. ;Mr Hamilton Was decidedly- successful and correct' in descr...
A SCENE IN AN AMERICAN MENAGERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 March 1860
1, ai' ize'nou,, , :Exite, eNT 'I 'I"?IA"S-. Ihuont AN Er EEPIIANT Loose IN nu , STREETS. :A tremendirne exeiterncnt was created in the iowep',i t-of Williamsburgh, caused by the elephant beloginiig to 'Van Anlrurghl's mona ger ie becomruirng our aged and brealking lonse froir Ihis keeper. 'A ia Illhad been employed to bring soane shaving3 to the nrenragcrie, which wvore brought iii ar faggon. The man drove into ?lJhe tent, and while unlloading tire woggon the dleph unt wais obserrcd to grow restless at the sigh atf tihe hoise, whliel~lriid a white blanket, on. The Sian wa is idvised to take his Ihorso away, but ibefore he could do so the eldphant advanced ,few steps, aid Inocked the man down with i lourw of his trunk. He next seized tire horse by ireatto ohf Ihis trunk tid injured him seriously. lIe tbv€ seicid the wmrg/on, thr'owiig· it up in trhe' air.'didl. breaking. it to pieces. "tis Lnger Was now fully aroused, and, proceeding to the ,'ago of the prairie wolf, he smasled it w...
REVISION COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 March 1860
. v I exovrsrl, Cour,,r.--'lrho Coouzt fiar the:rovicion of the Electoral Roll, wos hehl on Monday, the 19th iirsint; Mesors. \\Wille1, r'errolt, end tile nMeyelr b?ilg tlhe sitting malgistrtes. 'the liste were got over in objut tivo hours, end corrctions iii the qpelling of inamcs &c., wdere anide in oevcerl cases, where sullicic?t proof coluld be got .of tie errors. i\thny were"- however necessarily left ino touched, tle ict bcing very strict in limitillg the plower if the Coert, -to Csces where pI'oof it given of tie error, oiit tlho ists will still tlhergforo iresent teeny illiccurocico, of owhich we shall no doubt henr noiee about the time of the next-muinicipal elce tio~a. " " CA'TL're.,DIASE.- A: meietini;g was hic(..pur s unit to advorttnieftirin Adm' Ho'tel,' o'tr iylast, 'to consider i'nd adopt measures fdirallh ilatig'thiofitreass of fr.'Sarnhil Hall,.wliho)hns liben a great 'sufferer by the cattle disease, i\itich hIs' lihtly committelt :such havoc in Mr: *Hall's...
WEST MAITLAND ELECTION. Newcastle, Friday, 6.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 March 1860
.... W:EST'IAITLND?'ELEOTION .: . , ', ,?.Ne~wcastle,- Friday, U.80"p,.m:, TIlE nobmination -was held to tday a;,:tnoon~ aiid, Mir 'A okes ieW e lected witlhot oppositiou2?': %) r Cihebetermd?ald6i'.laughable spaechlfbntw!Wos" not, Mrh Wekesp ousaid thll-wati Ro toonsL and: Biibougi'rs would· be ontrdund~cdti with abltSerations: anod that the.J~pper;HouooeJ~ill wosl!to ho ;bi'ought :firt;t
EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 March 1860
(m'oo FIIO-. 0. II hRALD.) ;nlrila OTktt;.iE:T KNy~i~ ri',whse. Ilahours in tt e¢uso of populluar-educalion have bebii rnsmaifoldf d.rilr?cis attention in. thoo last' n;umber of tlie! "::Compatiiii-to tlhe Alhinaniu c"to tho xcellenltj :ltirkbck schools1.riginat:d -in Lonidon by, Mh'i Ja"]hllie, in w hich " thoe principles .of political eeoiioiny aro taught to youirs boys and girls, alnId urges the ilmportanc of extending this soit of! '!tealting, is well os this mcethod of teaching, not oill' to schools and colleges gciierally, but' n.o mechanics' institutes throoglIout the king dom,. "irlct great social question of tile oge is, as bce iiee said, the feud between c;ipital sod labor, the due adjustroeot of which is of fir sn ore importance to the present aud cootin?g generations than thle balance of power or ,sny othier of the topics which usually occupy the at ientidn" of statesmen; then surely poliricalf economy may be considered to be the most directly useful of all branches of s...