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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 March 1860
DISTRICT' INTESLLIGENCE.: i; (s"ou OUn -COnRR.SPOYDEaiT.) " . :' SHOALIIAVEN. 1IuIS leading 'events in this locality are thosn.con nected with tlho recant dineovery of gohl iu the ShIoalhave en allc,, hietween Nowra and Braidl wood. A A·conriiderable number: of pirsonss hit i~nssed ip ordqr toi:try'wliat can ':lhe doc,; and if tllhda t, les iid crekcs tllOruit.urn oant rnuani rative? it .will prove; :agrcat 'bcnefit to ' tilhe southern dis; trict. A. geoitlemauiof intelligenrenlnd connected ivilth teo'geologic:l. snrvcey 'of the' gold. districts, told ms confidcntinlly thitt' tlho.entire course of/tija Shoalhbaveil frcm its' snrco in tble'iomnntiin rehge to the sontli, a'i far.ais Bnrniir; (whiticlh is the:head.of tite Navigatioii)' wOuld he found, to'contain?'gold in eutfeicnt quantityto warrhnot the attention of tlthse disposed to:prnspct: . -lc,',ihowovr,' made one obscrvidtinn; wliich 'is: I coneeivd,,worthy. thed notice of prnospectiug pni'ties! 'i'H iremarkcd the formation of ...
WRECK OF THE "BLERVIE CASTLE." [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 March 1860
WRECK" OF THlE "BLERRTIE CASTl.'"'2" TiiURSDAI'S H/Ieraid constejais thbs followvigoa, count of lie .wieck of tile Jilervie, Castlo: ,,?:+IKr -.The loss'of the Royal Chnrtei" has beei:-losily followed by another serious ca.-ule-y in Aus trhlianshipping:';` On' tlfd 4'ti of Deemiibei' 'a toelcramn was publislihd if Loiidori t6 th~eoffet' =tlAift ?-inihaber of casesh:iod been picled :up neai" Calais bhearing the naanc, " Ilolrvie Castle." * Fui~tler ?articulairs Lft&:whrds "came to huad which- put-an end to all doubttliat'the ]Bllrvie Castle', M'Ilardy; which'hsd ldef; tho Downs on! .December. 17_ for. Aastiali', -lad.-.been- lost. WTitlh regard-to the cases referred to, it nuiy be at once stted that tlic brokeis, Momsrs.Gricrson: an l Tmwoedale, of Pirrneestitr -hb' had, char. icred die ship, hving comp-. ared the aners and numnbers with the ve:?ssei's malifest, founid thaiti hliey foermedl aportioni!' o? Ihe targo of thie Blrricv Castle, snd the toet' was apparoet that she: ...
LATEST AUTHENTIC INTELLIGENCE FROM THE SNOWY. Gundagai, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 March 1860
LA I TEST AUTHEANTTIC N'lTEL~IGENOE : ';'.(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. i -.(vc 'rue s. i? . II HiRAD CORRESPONDENT.) Gunidagai, Friday Evening. - Two escaped convicts from Victoria, and one man for robbery, were brought down to Tu'nut on the 14th instant, and escaped from thu Tumut lock-up on tha evening of the 16th. Another man brought down: on the Gtth, for robbing the Police Camp, wvas sentenced to six months' imprisonment. There is a nugget at the Commissioners' tent, got by Folguson's party, weighing 159 ounces 15 dwts. Crowds .of men pass through Tulnborumba daily, and the teams passing through Tumut, are very numerons. Tihe troopers, police and horses,:aro iall knocked up through over fatigue.. At the now rusha from Snowy lRiver to the main briinch of the Tnmut, there must be, at the.lowest' cnlculation, 1200 people already; It has .crcated qtiito,' a sensation at Tiinut and Gundhgai, and many niore are off in coniequonce. ' I am told. on the most reliabl: autlhority that this pla...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 March 1860
S.H?I. PPING IN IEII, IG LNCI"?S iI. !.; .;·, ..,=,PORT.O.' SYDN'EY - . 3lanth I7-lttunter . (o), ?.I t llnur, (upta oiii|volo fomw Clydn nher,.]r1th, |nstRntit... .I'os?np?rn-- r.r'e-7:dlrs. nu 1K aOLn,. I.in Yl"ric, Mren stuinters;n ud 2 eiddueil,.3tmn r. oil, lo lmutt..nntt Jlnrcht 18-0-tltmuny nli? i, )1$ ton, Ciurlgin |t.Inonr-3, rer 'iynoouth 2Othi 700mioihr. K.eooe--. l r.It o .ar1 1 Jocitn.On nndtlltoliyM r.rlii rr?"~.t(niettan l l.Od '' 'i.V"u" i 3iawl~i :IS -nio nond sunnnitrhiu r~li~niinioi,, ~.i with tiCong mor ; Mnryi, nlu . Trol Sfm uoiiinerr n Melarh 16 --Wiltlian, nil lAnnl. *nrt] ',?h?ll;.oiborwitl h run Itrer'i, 1, ntll (ri) (ennui Kluinm, Solihebu~lroi Vudll otto 0o.,~ol;ithsunlo'r. o uen O llh -Orto t 0 .? r l oe...i.. . il.i.. . . . Irilinhr 1t.un r lrlit:? Wi" Jnruy? niei;: illll ln ,nn fr "
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 March 1860
BA STEAM NAVlGATION COOM ' NYA-W'A be rccent disasters at Stat?hav'n roedetbwitg |1;necessat'y to altot ths $teamboat ar-~ rangeomnts between Sydney and that district, the public is respectfully informed that the Steamers of this Company will, until further tnOtitEs ply at" follows t-~ 11I?W'i?W EN SYDNVY AND) SHOALMAVEN. Ftom SYDNEY every T'acsday and: Firdi,' night, at 11 o'clck. c' . . . F*rom GREENWELL POINT evcry Mondayit~ hd 5rlsursday,.atg .m. 9 :,? a m:. . "ltrom- SYDNEY.levery'Mo'·oMTh ' T.n d d2?o nzd? ld" *: . ::: W'.?Vdndsday,"at 11 p.ma.,nqd don Fridays •at8 •a m: and.ll pan.'e"" - ::. : .. Froan- IAMA every Monda?anid Thursda3 :iat . :..n,m, et passaeitgers t. iatid 'on: e:Tuesday a:ndiid • •','lshurfeday'at noonl, on Friday at 2 p;m. " DETWEvi~~NT SYDNEY A·ND WOLLONGONGG, a.s p~rbliohed in theloi aal pipe~~~: i~ .; ::-:?, r:: ": Dyordet of tile Dircbtors,: .S,.ydiey,2?iet:Ftcbttlai, .....:"- .. . :::llawairra Steam Navigataon Compraly.[ , .- TIME TA I 3L.... " - E'WEF...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 March 1860
?!:o~rIMIAI;..,INTEL~rLGxeiW Tlessiroa 'ritehtrfil lonl ;Willhnto ?lr)?PorL- Floor roottotor frm t.los k ,ootolo'oo qololboloto. (rettIr ltS~l · .rulty .t still sspoilhnctll t 'jotttlto ordero conplytedoto by Otho ollleorr - oe bnod hrlotrtno ttbo ':vek;.oo: rotl p omrr'e ol fOue . at tIt tos' to 04t1. nr too,.bhltt onr our.premsnt qtotatlnLan Ilrnl jlour prlono is lt, dtloa .tllo:. Ilolerrs btaut 47s tor barrel f-r Ilaxanll, bint tihe oillbro quototlon ol 01,0 nwltli tbe bankers to prevent oto my tronro o tlon t ttlo rote luring thom week.. , ohent -Ttr irilllo'rshoot rocolivd durlrng Otto ooek, shrino Otimeoly nceot.tnn ?t tIlltlr stoalot, tltoollnt trllt i cranli of tiOl nollol "iooonl blivt 1 been. tto ot'otntnd still.- TrlIoy ore- IOolni.o lloolor r onabltIttonl oltllt'ooltto Itroo00 to ndlo thoo exonttoal nf oordltro on bnood. K00.' eOnote poriluo Coloottoot, Cs lOd p0r'bosllolb; Adlnlde; -tran nod Poltnro4-,o olloroaton hbo tuaou oplceto 1iprices of b theos'uotllcs. i:Soot du...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 March 1860
The Kiama Examniner ispblished every WEDNES DAY And SATURDAY MORNING, and despatched immnediately, either by mail or courier, to all parts of New South Wales and the oister colonies, to London' Liverpool and Glasgow, Great Britain; and, as the issue is very considerable, it affords great facility for every kind of advertisement. Terms: a 'd. Advertising.-Four lines and under........ a 0 , Sir...................... . . .0 Eight.,.........,,.,..,3 ,, Every additional line...~.?, 0 J Suhscription-Per qunart in advance .,,..... 8 6 At thie end of the quarter ..... 9 0 T Single eopie, ecoh. ........... 0 6 The quartors end on th d llt'liy of June, Se1tember Decetmber, and Mlarcli respectioely. Al&MA:-- ?rinted end published by thb proprhltoe, Wituax IhLaOo, or Klima, at the Reamfier Genertl n'rlhtlng-olce, BhosLaha-stv-st, Kigima, atoresald, Saturdnr, Morbh 0?4 •Is? . . - a
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 March 1860
rISCELLANEOTJ US .EXTRA CTS. TIIE GRAVEYARDB IN THIE CGRIMEA..-AII the graveyards, French and English, are in per fectly good order, with stone walls and ditches ronnd them, and as there is scarcely a soul here, they are likely to remain as they are. All the inscriptiuns are quite clear and they look as peace ful and quiet as though in an English churcllyard. There are fourteen or fifteen of them in differ ent places. Sir ----'s is the haudsomest.; in black marble, squaire;, raised, with ·a good deal of carving, - 's and ---'s also very nice, in whitemarble, aud in excellent repair, I found Colonel- - 's with great difliculty; the grass had grown very high over it and the stone no being of a very good color, the inscription is hardly visible. I am going to weed it, and.shall paint the letters in black paint. All those with paint are as good as ever. MIost of the inscrip tions, hlowever, are quite clear and fresh looking. -Letter from a Britishls Officer. A RUNAWVAY IN TIlE ROYAL CHI...
THE POPE AND THE CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 March 1860
TIJE POPE AN!) T1H CONGRESS. j [FoI To?01 1I 11oE NEws.] Tu?lr hlistryr?of the month is full of strange matter. "f'eie actual events are few, liut their importance in grent. The ultimate fact is the indefinite postponement of the meeting of Congress, which. at the date of our Inst, was oxspeted to tnke" place within a few days. W\Vh etherl it, s"ill ;, ttlke pilacee is now a ques tion open to considerable doubt. Tihe circum stances which have led to this unexpected re sult may be thus succinctly traced. About a week or less, before Christmas, there issued from tihe press of Paris a pamphlet which was kndwn to draw its inspiration from authority (and which, indeed, dared not have been sirculated otherwise), the purport of which to show tihe necessity of separating tihe Romagna definitively from the Roman States. The curious point ill this brochure, next to the source from whence it emanated, was the tone of respect and tenderness with which it treated the unhappy Pontiff whom the aut...
KIANDRA DIGGINGS. Snowy River, 10th March. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 March 1860
:KIANDRA DIGGINGS. (rlOM SPKCIAL coraaRsPorssNr OF Tig 5. M. HERALD.) - Soowy River,.10th March. ArTrR a protracted and wearisome journey of some nine or ten days.. I had the satisfaction of reaching this place on Friday afternoon in com poany with several old Sydney friends, whom I met with accidentally on tile road-they having deteimined, like myself, to tramp up, via the " short cut," as it is termed, rather than take the route by Cootra, which involves a distance of 125 miles. And talking of the road, I may state that no one who hlas not actually travelled it can have any idea of the terribly rugged and severe nature of die country between this place and Queanbeyan. People in Sydney-myself amongst others--ran away with the notion that ve had soue fifty-five or sixty miles to travel a comfortoble two days' journey. The delusion hlas been completely removed. In the first place, instead of being fifty or sixty miles, I feel c6nfident: the distance is all out honestly seventy miles,...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 March 1860
- O CORlIIESPOEDENTlS. it Is portleoonrly ro~cultd Ibnt lettert Irtolo .A?'mtoor' mony br oldro.eoUd to toh Editor, only. (nwth?ut mentioning.nuy Inme) inordor. to prerentoonfusion. . AliInonlco otn intended for lnsertilon uuet.bo nUthnnt|. 'rtol by tie nonnot a bl addrnss of thb writr--nut oueteartlly : tor.publootion, but on igouraonte olgoodl fith. Ye eaonbtouutudertlke to return rjected' communieontion b Allnoortors onre roquestod to bo laric?ol o iu n mrnoltptl o nobnber ftiiertioo ono onnlo odPrtlomcont, oalboreli tbg eynllil boloostrtoilond cbargod or t till oontermonldol. r.lOrderr ifor Stll?lnthd l or ltorolonnso, oust be netlL to t?ho omno.(in|. riltug) ?, lr uoon nolio dtyp Irlr to publleotioo.
ADELAIDE. Tuesday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 March 1860
lelicn ; iclsfliaisirul,-b~l!it ~fitteoei~9sg-.-~i:e'.. .The Northenm au:ivediat Nepa n Bay at:7~, m. -,1 VsYcotter cool and pkasaq~ink Prlda 6 pml.~ No tiansactions to-day i tl;o Is i'm irket. His Excellelcy; accompanied by Mr :'Torres, I' lft for Melbourne by:the Omeo yeaterdayvL. She' tkei flou wheat, fruit, &c..: r. .. ,... The Havilahl, on hler next'tr?i, nUlis at the nei h:arbor near Cape Northumberland:: :' :' : .;. The inereantile community liere eipresgreat dissistia; fuetion at the English mail oloaiing to-morrbow evening, the 17th, he the new mail time tables. The Northbnm is not t lea?e Knan aroo Tslasd till the 21ste "'. .: The occasionnl showers and subsqlient heslt iurii the last tweiity-four holirs render the antmosphiere -*veryiun healthly;aid olpressive.. It is thought that G. H \\Waterliouse and'George Tin lihe willonbt besucossffi candidses'ioi- thue yvnuiioles inthUe B" - ro .,Uppr,-sek ?:"t, . d; .t! h iMrans: eo d': : Great numbers ofpeople ae ,?repari...
MELBOURNE. Tuesday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 March 1860
Z'IEL1BOURNE,. ., ,r• ,h ?sinea sduller t eVner ' - - , 7 p Seynonda aiid Perr 'velspeideded •:" ' ;, ; l. done martket tightr. Nlour dull withot change.a :' The Laild Bill passed teroueh eommntt ee in the :An aembly to 5911th clnlse. Martly, the new SolicitorGeneral, eledted for Maldoi, took his seat to-day. .. . Wedesday, 7 p.m . -The stoppage of'Syionde and Perry'a plaper y'eserdaly, was .ciarsed hi some misundorstantding on tie disaolieno of partiersinp. -ir. Perry carris on' theb hbusinss.ns heretofore, aird Mr. Synoneda'retires. Pilou'market didl. Adelanild brands, £21 ?,i.eea s.o to· 81. ed. ..
KIAMA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 22ND MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 March 1860
j KIAMA POLICE COURT. S TIiURSDAY, 22ND MARCH. PILsElNTr-Mcar?. D. L. Waugh and R. I. Perrott, J.P.s. Thero were only tn'o cases on the pumnmons list -one for niegligentlIyleaving down a slip fence, in which thero w.is no nppearancs; and the other BHease v. D)ene, ftr assault; which, on the applica tili of Mr. Waring for doefendant, was postponed until Thiursdny next. .
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. WEST MAITAND. RE-ELECTION OF THE PREMIER. Tuesday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 24 March 1860
"T lERIilATACELuLiGENC (nu'sM THEII HERALD AND aIsPIRn.). YWEST 3IAITAND. R,; IE- LECTION .OF.THE PREIIIER' : nTuesdiay, 7 pm. Mln lRononTso was re-elected yeste1la·y at Scone. Very Feir people weoreer pire?t :;No oipposition.- MIir. Robert sod madet a sioeech-of nebrly t~wo houdns. Ho comiieeised by anserilnga certain local slanders;, and:then proceedcd t.sttfyc lise opositil, to the 'Forster minlstlry, en ] rgig on the alsestneoo be gave'tlhem on :paining tUle Ektissats.o;' 'ie cinE6m ted t leiinit h ii e loaek'o Lai: Hill, clling it a owindlo hiid thetin 'extolled lisa owen, dwellmin on it greant features; offeins?g indiiucement to oieii flde oiltivsytors. Ineferred :to other measures pro Isosed by Governi?njt. :'Edceation not to be broulght op this Session; On' the State-Aid, Bill,.the elergyman who cameit l, under pronissoof stipends; areo to receive them for life'. : Se?eral questionas were plut by Mlr. Tihomos -Diagar. Will send reoport by "to-morrow's 'steamesi·' ; ]ITR F Hl...