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ON CURING AUSTRALIAN MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 March 1860
O, CURING A USTRALIAN MEAT (?aROITHvS. s. . IER.AD 1I2Tn MARCH.) Is COLoNIAL' beef .as substantial as British ? !lnglihinmen h'inlding upon these shores com plain thaat our beef is deficient in relish aid. nutriment. When compared (to the well'feed tbeeves, of Caledonia, Devon, and HTerford, the complaint may be true. Our.cttilo seldom are fed fat, or .if nearly x.ipe, they lose no inconsiderable portion ,af 'thelir ,condition by driving fronm the ridh inland pastures, to the thickly *croided population of .Sydnoy, New .astle, and Maitland. As a whole, New South Wales .can never arrive at a high gradus in the scale of agricul tural eminence, let the Land League prate as they choose. Situated for the greater:part in -what is termed the dry zone, with much poor soil of granite debris, or stiff argillaceous ferru Tginous clay .; a large proportion of its area must cou!tinue to feed flocks and herds to the end of .the chapter. But one-tenth of these are per chaps fattened; the rest, in ...
RESULT OF SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 March 1860
•I?IIUI,0,' oPr SLU6.-Mr. Poulton Allultoneer, rportshllnv|?g this w'ek prlvntrly Fold lhaltoctro nllotimont and crtngo tn C.ollno-strcetfor O150.: -Alo a rerw dnty.pnst a small anllotont 0 feelt frontogu,eorner of F orner nnd ainning.-stm et. for £50.. Also, tho Klnmo Stores, rercntly in the ocenpatlon of M.oisro. .uller and nWaldron, lot to thu 3lessro. Lloyd, and Co., Wollon. gong, for t term of slx ycars.
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 March 1860
COLONAL4 ErXTIACTS. SDEATn FROM CnoXKNa.--On Wedniesday last, a mitisicanmo from the country to Mrs.'Eagait's inn, and cnlled for some dinner, which tho landlndy soon -set before him. Ho had not eaten long before Mrs. Enghn's attention was drawn to tile man struggling; she 'at' once saw tliat he had choked himself, and immediately sent for tie medical geitlcmen of tile town, bnt unfortunately bothtl were from homo. Messrs. Edwards and Cobcroft, chemists, were then sent for, but were too late to he of service. Mrs. Eagan, in the meantime, uned every exertion to save the poor follow, but without' success. A .coroner's inquest was hald on tlhe body the followin" iday When the foregoing was the evidence elicited. No persoh Iknesw the man, nor where lie came from. 'The jury found tlhe following verdict-" Died from Hsuffocatioin ctisld by a piece of beef sticking in the :throat -of deceased."-Windsor Correspondent .of S&iM. leieald. SA Pigeon iMatch. which excited considnrablo int...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 March 1860
S Jamberoo Ploughing Match. WEDNESDAY, 11TIi APRIL. PRESIDENT JOHN, W. DYMOCK, EsL. :: SE-- , SCITAItY- : ; .... . .. MR..D.. LINDSAY DYMOOK. * .TREASURER- . MR. JAMES LAW. . CoMITTE- " MESSRS. 'G. WOOD;': -.--- - - :- ...I -: ROBERT YOUNG; Junior, S SAMUEI?:VIDLER,,: ALEXANIER. GORDON, , S WILLIAM ENGLISH, CIJARLES ;GRAHAM.. . S FinsT Cr Ass.''' ,.' First-Xl104 second-£8; third-£6 ;fourth £ 4. : " ,.. - ,.., ,,. ,-.... .... ..D ..... For persons under 20 yearsb f ago. F rst- £4;: second-E£3;' thiird £2 fourthli R. :: L sULES:- 1. Ay person being a subscribe to the naiount of S ten'sliiliings, to le allowed to"plonuh: 2. TliI Plonghirig lMitlc to bb open to all conmp ' titors from acnuario' River to Crooked River. . ; - ' ; 3. Each ploughman to plough not less than quarter . of an acreoin two lands . . . 4. Each ploughmnan to plouigli.nine inches:widoby: , " four and n lialf in delith. -. r . *5. Each ploughinan to: be on. th: giound by half '' "past nine n.m.; to commdacobat ton o'...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 March 1860
1 DIAIY. - .ly of .Mont o1 f Sunrise I Sunset Ae WEDNEiSD)AY .. Mnr. 1?e J 03 5 57. I TIIURSDAY ... 291J 015 I 5 55 0 l"'IlDAY'...:. * 30 ' 6 15 5 553 I 7 'LIE , HE 'EXAMINER. rullLISIIED -. EVIRY WIEDNESDAY, AND-.SATURDAY.
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 March 1860
ABSTIIACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. 3RILt'. l? VIOG.--Thi D.y, at 'auhiopo, 'Jamllroo, Dairy Stock. On Thurslay, 2?1th bMarch, at Itlanm, at one o'clckt, the Ferm'amng|l lIstel. Inmcdhiately after, at the- snmo place, lot tof Iorses. ' On Friday, S3th, at one So'elock, at Onrrtlgong, Dairy Cattle, &. 'rTo-morrow, at I1 o'clook, at the Fcrutnnnha Iotel, lHousehold Furnaturtn 31R.. T.. FOWLERII.--O Thuredey, 11th nMarch, at 31 o'clock, dt K lnalt sw oefole of Mr. Freemm i Stock-in-Trade M-. 0. H. WAI)IlO.N'--O Thur.+dny,29th Marcll, at tile : Steenm 'ackot.loteln, strung Colts anc lares, saddle and horncss lloresr.
TO OUR ADVERTISING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 March 1860
.'TO OUR ADYVRTISINO FIREN)S.'. Advertliors are.pnrtloulorly.rauetedod to send in their favors by theo preocrlbtl.holr of 4 o'clock on the evening prcecrdlng the day of pablicatlon. Want of attention to tbls, occanlons more delay and inconvenience than tiey may imngine. o1'" • TO CORREiS'ONDENTS:. " It 1s particulnrly requosted that letters for the Examiodr 'r y bo addnd.oseod tol th dithr, only, (without mert loliug, ny SW aoen o)nlorder to preventconfuslon. All communications inltended for insortion must be nothenli cated by the ibne ot ndaddroess'of the wrlter--not 'necessarily for pbiioldation, hot its a guarantee of good faitlh. WeTo nnootndortahnko retan'rnoiJectcd communiations. .. : Advertisers nre requested to be prtlionlar in hnirking thoe nutmlr of insertionsonon ear advertitseent, otlho rise they will beo inserted. and charged for till countearndoled. , Orders for writidraonl drotntilottons. muit beo ont to tihe o(l nwle(inriting) before noon on thei day prlorto publlcat...
EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 March 1860
EIUCJATION. ThiaE is 110o ubjcet'of groatei importance to us at the. proent. momen,; than that of. education,; and thero?is none,attended'with more:numlerou "dificulti. .Those ,.difliculties aro not peculiar to,Australia i they ?liave been felt as keely in Britain as iii New "Sotl W'iWales. Within the last few years statesmen, liberal and conservative, have made several attempts to improve the sys tern of popular education in iEngland, but they have as yet mott with?' very partial success. Several attempts have been made in the same direction with regard to Scotland, and attended with a like result;~ond discontent with the systeni'which at presentli obtains iti Irolahd, lies beenS nanifested' hy .more parties than one. :.This state of~affairs'd6os not'arise froin the divoerity of opinion that exists regarding the natuireo of the ,education to be given, but from the different views that .are. entertained respecting the sys toem under which inlstruction is to be communui cated.. All t...
ADELAIDE. Friday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 March 1860
ADELAIDE. Fridnay, 6 p.m. .' Large numbers are uleaving en route to thle Snowy River, and should the news continue fatvorale the exodus will Ibe consideraoble. ': : '" w There are still no transactions to' report in either flour or whleat. The Sophite arrived with a timber cnrgo. - SAceounts from Port Augusta state that miore rain lhas fillen within the lhst week or so than fell dluring 'th whole preceding twelve' months. The Ilavilah (s.) arrived at -i 'Donell. Bay-the new port near Cnpo Northumberland-at 7 this morning,, and lIf at 9:. Parties o?' board report veery ftvorably, of it as a port of call. ' . Saturdi 4 p.m. Counann EELECTIONS. Glyde anid MlEllister are returned for Yatala,'enaeock and itallet for Sturt; Grundy and Duflield for Ilnrossa. Purchases of 200 tonls of flour are ireported at £19, on Melbourno account; Wheat is selling iat 8. 3d. A rich lode of coPler. lnas been struik at Squnn's new inde, Mount Roan, fu" nortli, yielding seven tons' of fifty per cent. ore to...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 March 1860
SHIPPING' INTELLTLGENGI ,[AnnIDOED FRO3 THE IEILtLLD AND EMUPIRE.) SPORT OF SYDNEY . 'IMarch UU.-Mlrnwins (s.), 200 tons. rrom ('lydr Tlivr Mar.cb :f'in. PnI ((UerN 'IM. 1.orýIuaInMI, MIrra n Ir.. JNearest 3farch U.¶-City arflydney (s-ý: 70o ioa: C.p)Mn 2r din fm Irelbourne 22ud Irnataint.n l Eden"' ih inrtant.,, )oroeng·r-s Tra.l.nrozrn hild; and)serrow) 110r an i rs. ro.' nndaO_ clhldrrn, dIr., and onr Martn, .Meossrs.. Maliroi 1i1ar'Ouaon, MrTotannc.: 31lior Lactrs Iii)ll,;) ) ozol,3 lnrradr, Iar. Thooap. son. andl *V in tha ' trarragra " Mnrch 2:a.-EllwRnood Walter. Arrcno ship. Id') 10ils. Capain talt', fmro wo Dowrn Itch t liouellll Lr. fornrgers-r. 3. -31. 'Chn nnu; 21 t lllamk2'r::::: ,. t' 3lrwa(I =:-Nileii fir T'faaod floy. cdisi rrtis 1s r wi;Ksruosi : lonrrh 7t.-\arnm Iowa: 12olioncowe. with 4il tuns roaio; Iiinwwra, tn(P' from ifiloni onnen g orl) Ellama-' tnlrd (o.), (rown linliran nudl Shallinrlrnr. wl sunradries: . . 7Oonrcl,2"l,=-ilenin (.,1 room W~ollnnilOcgO AltOT...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 March 1860
::.Illwarra Steam Navigation .Comp y. tIME TABLE. 2' ETWEEN. SYDNEY nnd .KIAMA. . J .From SYDNEY every night at 11 o'clock, Saturday and Sunday excepted. ,From KIAMA every Monday, Thursday, and Friday, at 11 a.m., and every Tuesday and Thurs dii at noon. BETWEEN SYDNEY and SHELLHARBOR. From SYDNEY every Wednesday, at 11 p.m. 'FiProis. SHELLHARBOR drvcry Thursday at 1 4..- ..Sydney, 13th March, 1860, * The Company has been Induced to lay on ono of their powerful steamers at the Instanco of the settlers in this district, who have suffered much hitherto from the great irregularity of the com munication afforded them for the conveyance of their produce. Steam to Shellharbor. THE ILLAWARRA STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY have resolved on placitig one of their powerful Steam Packets at the service of the settlers and residents in the district of Shellharbor, in order to afford them that which they have not received in any other quarter, Perinanent and Regular Conveyance for their P roduce to Syd...
MILLERS' PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 March 1860
-IMLLERS, PICES. "Miosrso. nttekr ndil Co. report Flnoflour ' . 2'LO 0 POrtlon, renn . . 20-0 0 ditto. Whlot, per buflicl -., .. 0i:u ;8l : ?6 l. 'Mr,: Broilliat repot :- , . SFine.flour. . . £2 0 a. portoe. ' rieonds . . en 0 '0 i; ;,hýt. perhulet ' ." 0 'R litoPs :. P. lran 10, .I'ttoIs. aOd. "Messrs Furlong nnd Kenneldy3 report,:--, Flneoflotir . . . 0 O prrton. S- annuil dlflo If,..; .. "2; oI 0tlnto .-' - .' olr nlilal wbontperbuilihl ' 0 8 . ' o IBrnn '..*.- i0.. ,; 1i :. 4 M 'Messrs. Burton and Son, report- ........ "The o n"t -of commer1tnl o'rAf 'o. ill e`n1sc01eqonco of re ent 'filhlre.i. htl been .nialolohat golnloy during the wlo k.'oocatlio0lI n disposition to restiFe on *hlik nnd other shares, thllgh not Ai •inly marked r-oillctlon 'in prilcs' I en ,o 01out1 Wales BAnk tianresr.indee, eIni h av nlin dolnne a 0n0il bshlglR, nt full. -r-.te. n.nd tlhreo is ot)ll sme anquire Ar:tlr h.r an tile half-year 'flr dih'drnd clo.es 111 a few days.. - -onlmerinl; Bank a.relln aroe...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 March 1860
:COMiflWI RML INTI5LLUGENCF 'WO ildnQe'tlie friloeriing fri'om; thle: .Sp;ey llornin1 H l e r a ld uo F l' F y v 'i s t , : : .- " " ' - . ' [inls oLhirwisa oxp?eeostl the prhes' qiotod in thllis "rticlh are thers in transctlons boetweeon the producer and thle first purelnser] . : . hl'hoetl:is.q uonr ,t -de it1i : Io ?' 1 tr .lar u shel, tI t so siall isthe supprly of the hon-gosrown arrth'utt h t t Is i meartly nominal quotatilon; The 'spplytis dlepedant upon imperta UL.Ice -·'. Fleeur A tbrtk trad,, at'22 rfor flie, ned t01 for secand qentltrl per tonn of 000i. h ' tIltrn ci p&lt;r hltielr.- . . (tr oI.-- Co tmIr -lb lon. r.. . tlieult.-3-lr. Wi1flo qtetes enhi bl.rrit st 80O porlO0 Ins.; arty ldisuit. 20. per -100 tbs. 3tr. lntllttou. Cnbbu lOs; ship, fols erlOOl b$.:t . 1 , , ,, . l ' l ,uitbere'.fleat.-tlhoef 14d Ct id m liton &dCto 3M.1, pork 6l to tti. veat,id per lb.; taImb. Os per qurtiter. Poultry. anrt Dairy 'rodueo.--Foal Ls 6d.1 to Bs, ducks .A tn 4s, w...
MELBOURNE. Friday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 March 1860
BMELBOURNE; * "': ~. -.1. ' . • '. ? 7 '. i ".riday, 7 p.m. . "In the' TeglsItire Cincil, the Aoltion oi State-aid Bill liiseid, in coiinsoquon of theri not binrig an iabsolute majority in favor -- The Pensions Abolition Bill 'passed the third reading in the Council, with. an amendmenit whlich gave rise to a long .discussion in the Assembly nbout infringement of privilege, in amending a .money bill. :The'deibat is il|jol'rned. ' .' ' " , Th6e Registration Amendment' Act is now in coni mittoee. : . . , The escorts have brought 33,000 ounces; : . '" . TURI CLUB-RACES. :ý, : : Guiineah'llnrtingale won ensily. . '' HnR '; ' n STAiKES. ; First heat won by Modesty,; second anid third b. Bicl.. Modesty'a good second the shorts heat, beating Nimble Tye. easily. ,.. . . ... . . , S* . " Tus'Cl'Usn-HAicIs '. - ; , . The.Moor won with ease; Defehco second. S . . Sturday, 6 p;m. S..ymonds,and Perry's creditors were" called together. Tihe state of the ,firm's hblancee sheet siowed assets £1 2,00...
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 March 1860
"5 'COLONIDL EOTRACTS. Tie iLATEloonRoYOF Trll Cao 0 AIL.-MA -i. oW have been "fivored oitlh. tlio followin" .exstret 'of 'a" letter received froim Mr Rainiger, of tli'firm of iitiigeor 'and Cof!,of this city, who was on0e f thie ofortntilato passen gers.by the Coonimamoninil on the occasion above alluded to. " About three o'clock. in, .the. morning,. when: about twenty miles from Cooinn, io oservled a liglht a short distance fiomr tho 'horses' heads' ond il ?nost at tlie' samo mometit found thme coach stopped by some armed moei, who ilesired us to get down.; I called to them, saying Anyone who touches the horses,.or comes near me, I will kill. At first I thought they were blackfellows, their flsco bdilnghl''ek.' Oin iscoveringi, my error, [ yieldbd to:tho foree, 'nid withi 'tho crest .ot- down. They then made us stand with oilr hbacks towards them, one always threatening to shoot .us .if .we disobeyed. When we haI done this t'lioy went to my faellon passger, ad, after sotippinig ol...
THE CATTLE DISEASE AT KIAMA. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE S. M. HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 March 1860
;:THE UAfTLEtl)ISEABS AT KIAMA. ; S" rTOI O i TIIE 8; B. IEIA Ln) Sn,- It is.nnouncod:in.the public papers, that a disonse is 'previalentabout Kiama and vicinity, sup posed' to .be tIe Cu'mberland. endemic, although very little evidence is brought forward to, prove 'the analogy.y Witliontentertaihing much doubt of the correctness.of public opinion, I feel more convinced from the feat that tllise disease is., extnding, its ravages in degree corresponding .with the. deteriora tioni,of ou, colonial pastures, and: such restilt was predicted by me more than ten years, lprevious to' this month of Marclh,.1860. That said malady'bears any relation to the niur-+ rain of history, as described by Homer, Virgil, Pro copius;,Mead, &c.;.no intelligent mnan can; for a:mo ment..believe. . True. murrain,, or.. malignant opi demic catarrh, was indicated by. ulcerations, of the, mouth, spelling of thie glands.. in the neck,,.pt.iffy tumors on the limbs, fetid discharges from .nostrils,, aend c...
BATHURST. Friday, 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 March 1860
"?'ý.:. " a . j "...:;, BATIIURST. :F."d f9 ' Very Iittlo business doing;s' .Werither filo . r : :m;,l, q., .. .. -?CIRtCU1'1 COUIRT'L... ,-/+ liefore Mr. Justice Itilfo"rl. "Yesterdey 'Sina! Chai At Cli, and. .Won Snog,. Chinese; were pilt'upon their trial for hlvingfi btiii'ed monojey from several of their countrymen -bysnttinm 'tht they were employed by Government to. colleltfour shil lings per hed. Verdlict, not guilty. To-day, T?homas M 1 itely, J P., of the *Wellinton bench, sasn iidicted.for havilng foiged the name of Levi Stoie Street. • After hearing' the evidence.,ofStone Street: the Attorney General declined to prosecute, and the prisoner wase dismissed. ,