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DAPTO. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 March 1860
DArTO. Tic WEATrucn.-Sinco my last a3 greant change has occurred in the state of the atmpsphere, and the last few days hlave appeared liksai retuirn of summer. Saturdany end Sunda lsts verei qppres sivelywwarm days, andl this morting.c(londay) ws are fevored with a hot wind .in edrition to tle alreadly intenso heat of the soi-,.rltsysa.1. shoild. not bi surprised to see a-long seison ofdriiroght ensue, in compensation fortlio sui?"?jitndaniico of moisturo 'hiceh has so lobg troubled us, e?di in tc cordincs with tihe law of. extf6m'cs )vl).ic.ppptrstto prevail ini things meteorological in lhis part of the globe. Vegetables, I dnfis lr'yftb sa, tlre fast be coming matters of truiditiobh;'IpiRatoej are i.with. the years before the flood,'naud cababes,?e e now .as visionary as that celebrated myth, tlhe pen, iwhich Beau Brummel believed he once ate. Brtcad hnd' beef-beef and breand-with;an. oegasnal alternha tive of breid eitlhoutbceef,-thi -let.it be receorded foi the bendfit of histor...
THE MURDER HOLE AT CAWNPORE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 March 1860
TIlE I'tiigDR EOLE'AT CA WCtI7?ORE. - No Englisih nian or woman, ;:deserving thi name, can :void the tearful;roeflcction that the remains or .- oui madr.trdd dedd at Cawnpiord:desrvoe re -;pccI The??. t re eiw, theu, who will not share :-obur itfdigdit~ -tbhii d disgusnt that the reverse is "the fadortoTli8 'Gb?iGoemeilt of Iidiit entdrtain ' iiabjddfidif6 a endidoiwidm ts for the support l,,ofinhidteii dl i. ijdira:dd in order to.hallow th hilie n ho lf?h o .' ei Places sacred to the i·-eorst' of obacenities are guarded as holy by ;!EnglBlAMihie e,,ania.keptt undescorated by. thli isifipr~aclPiifhlho Christian All English I hdia, "! llT nfifi'i. Buit? aninually, demurely uffering ,bi'fIbliindiidd ciililes' at the shrine of Doorga. ':Ai\ildCl ',Fl'eii menitsie sanotify 'every spot 'where .lhlhihddiddithim or Paganismn may happen-to :s:'iimbuladFehid fester.- Pcrliaps the thing is right S•and dcent .ooe o Wi'prily the patience of ourreaders while we desdcriho a painfil:tscens It hlas...
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 March 1860
I)IS'I'RICT INThLI IGEiNCE. (liun OMi" o Cc ri's io.umSnwr.) CGEIlINGONG. IT pleases me to tc 1' that the children0of tire School on MoIunt P'leasnn haveu subscribed thie sum of £1 S5. 101. towards tlu Shothraven Relief Fund. This is a rerly response to a mention of tile matter by theIir respectedl teanher, Mrs.. avis, who also told thim, tihat as their parirnts Ihad already given to thie sarne frund, they rhoidl rot be nasked Ior monuey, but that they, the chlildren, sihould seek opportuni rities of earnirg trilling sumns, and it was in this way-glatlerirg eggs, &c.-that most ofthlis money was procured, rndt thus the children received a pIractical lIesso in two importal t elemoiets of ture education-abervolence antil industry. Somne fourteen or fiftcen men gatherecd on the road through Alolrarnk'rln'ldst Frihay, and repaired some of the bad spots ?tPit-building a good bridge over the worst hole- Mr. G. lthrndmarsh rendered valuable assistance withr ploughsls, bullocks, and ...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 March 1860
.SIII1'PING( NTiELLIG F1NC E. PORTOFSYDNE17 Anat! Ass.-MaUrch~ ?s. Mlimosa,~ (s.), 200 toligA~ijttain rltchtur, from the Cildo Rierti, "ith iiitant. Peeqen gere-Mr. end Mi.' Iforeltr, Mrs. MiJsenet, ni Xllen (2), M~earse Falithulrst, JaLcobs, DuiT~in, Monrhi~·Cks, Itoigli, Hassel, iaobtewts, Dct Aintright., Wil liimi, owd 211in the steeragiie o 'e tii" et 111t worm, (s.), 203 toost Caption 1p ( lime ?ierirmhbula, 'Iwofohi iiay, owl UIlolI 2uth Cirouiiit. Paissengers M.r. Rodgers, l. httillips, Of ltoio, Mr. nid Mrs. Jenkinon, Mr. Morron. 10teenlage. CnOSTrES ItWanos -Mirchl 28. Kiamn, (.o1, fromi hlinnlhaven. with oslumrica. Anenit, trom Sholhaten, with aondries. Nieletingsl, from lellnmbi, with 50 tonisrlott. Ihiveiu, ftlom Wollonicen nith 27 toits cotl. Conconl, Worionc, end Sicroinento, from l.el Inlmbi, with 153 twnis rol. Iloni Bolt, from Shohloal en, with naodries. Dove, frem M1oruya River. Cosmons Ourwsinos.-3larch 28. Saerinnto, for
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 March 1860
• : ?:,??,,-.t, . ?,i:... :.;'? ;?;r .!?:?: II arra Steaim Navigation Company TIME. TABLE. :iPWT.ETWEN SYDNEY and KIAMA X JL) From SYDNEY every night nat:l', o'clock Saturday and Sunday oxcepted. :,Froin KIATIA every Monday, Thursdayiiand SFriday, at 11 a.m., and overy Tuesday and ,t hrs • day at noon. "BETWEEN SYDNEY and SHELLHARBOR. Froti. SYDNEY every Wednesday. at 11 p.m. 'From SHELLEARBOR ovory Thursday at 1 p.m.*._~ :·-::.i · 1 ,Sydney, 13th Manrch, 1860. ...:. . . i ao--pan"sebo ienducd to lay- on. one of their poworful steamerisat' theaisetainc of tic °',settlers in. this district, who havo suffered muciibh hithorto.:.fromr tlhe-.gret, irregoularity of the comrn 'niunication naffordid thori, for the conveyance of S"their produce. : . . .. : ::: .'Steam to Shellharbor.... : IHE ILLAWARlRA STEAMI: NAVIGATION • I : COMPANY -have resolved onrplncing one of i ?'(;their.pwolvrfnll Steam Packets at thle es-iyce of the ·iF :settlers aind residntsin the'district of. Shellharbor, Sein...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 March 1860
DIARY. Days of ther J W Sunrise Suet ·II, SATUIL,?AY ........ n 31 6 1. 5 I 2 SU~uD3.Y~ . ApdI I. I 0~nl 17 Bli 51J 1 MONDAYT . 2 017 I 5s &) 1 TPUESVAYF......... " I 18 l,4. 11 TffI E EXAMINER.. PIUBLISIIFED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDXY.;'T?
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 March 1860
CO il.lElOIAL INTELLIGENG E. The Maitland -lercury reports ST'cl:ithas hI Ce, ver little business trnoas cted this week. Country trade very thill. 'Tea nnd sncirs are both firm, mdl may he quotedi-blbk £7 10s to. u per cheat, green .I5 1Os'to £8 ; sugars £L34'to' £42 ,pir ton. Eock alt, vonfinines scarce, at £8 per toni.;.coarse ditio, scarce, at £6; fine ditto miore plentiful, and is worth £7 10s per ton. Tohacco still comniintnd' high rates, 4s 9il per lb wholesale, 53 retail. liRice £23 per ton, Ale, in hbuik, £8 to £9 ; iale and porter, per dozeii, to d to Its Gd6: l|randy 22s Gd to *23. Very littlhe wool has come down. Carrit'geo still contminues i excess of requirements, and low prices.q nre given. Floor has rather an downward tendency, and is not ini such d'iemand ; order.- coming to hand are only for imme dite use. One of the mills, however, reports aevoerial ordiors on hand, and thio demand brisk. Bread, Gd the 2-lb lout ". . . . . Whieat.-Tlhe.supply lihas not been large,....
SHELLHARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 31 March 1860
SHELLHARBOR;. Thle Municipal Council aIt oi Ssf;irdai,' the : 24th March. . ": . i'co:w. Present-Councillors Graham, James, Martin, M'Gill, Collins and Wilsodn .. : Councillor James was voted ': tloies clilr, pro. ternm. Minuntcs of previous meeting rdelidl'ddhfirmed. The Clerk read a letter from W: Wilson, Esq., containing the resignation of tlat gcntleman as chirman and coundillor. Also, a cdmmunication from the Postmaster General, whichatated that the ' hours.as well as the - dnays might be altered' for thle post ait Shellharbor, if,: by such alteration the Council were of opinion thatsuch cliange votjild be for the public benefit. Also, a letter from the (lCo lonial Secretary, informing the Council tlhat the by-lna~'siimittedto proventthe spread of the wild cotton plant, Bathurst burr, and Scotch thistle, had been referred to the opinion of the Crown Iriw ofi-. cers, and that their decision was, that the Council cnnld not make shuolia by-law witliout exoress le gislation upon th...
VOYAGE OF THE SLAVE YACHT WANDERER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 April 1860
VOYAGE OF THE SLAVE YACHT t 1'ANDERER.' its history of this famous or infamous ves sel lhas' already occupied a large share of public attention on account of lier successful 'slaving voyage aand the acquittal of all concerned in it. She s'again before tlie public, and is again in the clutches of the law--this time we hope, without a chance of escape. This morning she arrived here in the charge of Mr. Henry 'Welton, from the vicinity of the "Western Islands. Her history thobuglh long in details, may be briefly sum.med up. On the 20th October she left the vicinity of Savanah without a' OCtistom-honse clearance,,uuder the'command of Captain Lincoln Patten, of Bath, wlho forced part of the men on board to go to sea. She went to Flues, obtained some supplies of water and provisions but requiring more, went- to sea and spoke a French barque the master of which promised the desired supplies., Patten, with ii h?artand four 'men went on' board "f her, and t!.'ei" Mr'.- Henry' Weltoti, 'with ...
THE £7000 ROBBERY. TUESDAY, 27TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 April 1860
TIf .Cooo7000 ROBBER Y [TROi TnE GOOULSRUN in-RALO.] ':TUESDAY, 27TO MAntd I. 'ime Court opened 'at nine .o `''k. -.:UANK ROnBBRY AT ,.DENILIQUIN.. William Henry Drew, John Yoiughan, and William Lee, were indicted.for having. on the 14th October last, at Defniliquin; ,feloniously. broken into the premises of the :Bank of New South Wales, being in the ocncupition of one George Miller, snd?stolen from thence a certain' .ouneof money of the value of £7850. . Prisoners pleaded Woet gliilty. Vaughan and Lee wereo:defendedby Mr. Blake; .attorney; Mr. Gai? neii. ,Drew was undefended. 'The Crown Prosecutor, in opeuing .the ease, said that.it'was one :of 'larcony, with aggr'avation, which chltrge, in law, was constituted by the sum stolon',being above five :pounds, rand from 'thie fictdf'tie inmates being, attithe.tisme o'fthe rulibery, placed in bodily fear. The crime was *a very sorious one,.considering ;the amount of money that had been stolen, the nature and ecireumstances of the robbery...
MELBOURNE. Friday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 April 1860
317~ELBOURNfl. ." > r ridy, 7 p.lo Tiho Assembly was occupied last night wi breach at privilege ease. An adjournmenot will take place to night for the Easter holidoys. The later news from Californla has led to speculative atteAiipts to foreoop pricos, buht nothing lias been done. mAoodith later'froo China, but no ioportant news. * Tho escortoF are folly (qr. forty) three thoosoaid Ooce0s. : "
HOBART TOWN. Friday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 April 1860
, HIOBARTi TOWN. •.. ?. , , Friday afternoon. Two shocks of earthquako wyorn felt at Gre ondo on Wednesday, hot n1o harmn done. -Sard. * John Lord's Quickstep hdpelessly kroks down juot at winning tiho Green Ponds 'f'oss Pluto." .' Snville, .a nepew of Dunkloy, 'eat. hisr throat loot sight at Sandy Bity. " *
ADELAIDE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 April 1860
.. .. o DELAIDE.. Stry.• Bussiness .is almost suspended ta-day,' owing to the arrival of his Exeollen'y. and Lady Muednancli 'by tim Ilavilah. Thle ateamner nrrived at Part Adelaideoat 11l n.m , nlhen the Partonioas tamred oat iii great numbera, to wveleomo' tha Governor andi Lady, andi mada a maat", effective display. Their reeoptian 'in town was "moot, entlmesiastie. 'lie Volanteers, mastering strong', seers otittioned on easis side of time road leading to Government Hloase, and premented arms as lis Excellency pa~ssed through them." They afterwards Wrent through their evalationo with grest creit.i Time inhabitants of Ado ]aids weare also sadeshimed en masse, and the sdemanstra tian ta weelcamne Lady Macdamnnell, who is a great? favorite with all her'e, seas trimly genuise. Wcathmer'eaomtimoes wearns. ' ' ' .... .
OUR HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 April 1860
OUR lIARiBOR. Oust readers, no doubt, will remember that a short time back, a meeting, convened by the MAYOR, was held-at Adams' Ion, for the purpose of petitioning the Government that the .£30,000 originally placed on the estimates by the OCdWPER Government for the iniprovoment of our hairbor, and which Mr. FOUSTERt'S Ministry, upon coming into office. had, from mistaken motives of economy, reduced to one-third of that amount, might be again restored. In re ply to that petition, an answer has just been received from the office of the MINISTER FOR .WoRias, addressed to the Fetitioners; and as we have been obligingly permitted the use of it; we have much pleasiure in presenting it to our readers. Department of Ptiakl Works, Sydney, 28th Moarch 1860. Onr-aemvt? ofin-e riug to your Petition praying that the aun nriglnally estimated (£30.000), to hbe necessary for the Iprove ment of laine I iarormay be appliwd to thate epirpse an dEirected by the Secretary for IPublic Works, in ffoi,0s'...
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 April 1860
C.. OLONIAL XTRA CTS. . TIiE RIoT AT WEST MAITLAND.-WO have re coived from a passenger by the Collaroy, Inst night, some flirther particulars 'resnecting the disgraceful riot iat ?Vest Maitland on Thursday night. It ap pears that a meeting, held a few weeks at. Hinton, i favor of> the abolition of State-aid to religion, the Rov. W. Masintyre made some remarks respect ing the Roman Catholic Church by.th9 Roev. Diean Lynch, the former rev. gentleman deemed it is duty to ate hliis opinions on the subject, at greater length in Maitland, and accordingly advertised that h'woeold'"deliver a lecture on" the Heatheuism of Popery,"' ii the Presbyterian Church on Thursday eveninglast.' On the appenranceof the announce ment of the lecture a requisition was got up, call ingon 'all Who loved to cherish Christian charity" to join in preventing the proposed lecture,"and signed by, tventy-nino persons, amongst whom wcre 'two or three gentlemen of standing. in Maitland. The arrival, on.the day fix...
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 April 1860
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) SHIOALIIAVEN. Tlai Municipal Council met pursuant to adjourn ucent in the (Court House, Nowri'a,:on Saturday, ht March, at 4 o'clock, p.m. e, csen.J.-The Worshipful the Mayor, in .the VJ?tr ;s9ldermen M Grath, Moss Munro, M'Guire, aiit Bice. / .* "~ .' ' ' "''' " -' ,The Tow .. Clerk read the minutes of theto last adjourned ihesting, which, oni the motion of'Alder man MIoss;seconded by Alderman Bico, were con firmed. e -? ' The To n Clerk rea8 the minutes of thbispocial mh?eting;, hild oh ithe 22rd instant, whidh, on.the motion of'Alderman Moss, seconded by Alderman Bico, were confirmed. , The Town Clerk read copy' f a letter addressed to the Honorable the Secretary for Lands, respect. ing the Ferry at Bomaderry. "The To.~du Clerk read letters-otie from the'de-. partment or lands on the name of the Ferry at Bomaderry ; another from the same department with reference to a proposed road from the Ferry at Bomaderry to the town of : Nowra...
TRIAL OF CAPTAIN MDONALD FOR THE ASSAULT ON DR. LANG. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 April 1860
, TRIMI :OPFCAPTAIN APM ONALD FOR THE . SSAULT ON DR. LANO.. (. o ; . . ( rno l . -M. ilS ALD.) : · CENTnAL- ;PoLdE CoURn.- Saturday.- Before Captain Scott, Mr..Cook, Mr..Warburton, M?r. Cul lee, Mr. G.,Hill, and Mr. Asher;--Malcolm. Mel villa Macdonald was brought beforo the Beincl',by Chief Inspector Higgins; who yesterdyi afternoon apprehended him-a warriaiit fb6r that piurpbos having been granted 'on ha charge :of having ,assaulted thi rev. Dr.' Lang. '"he clerk of the Court having read the'information on iwlich'the warrant was granted, the rev. John DunmoreLang, SD.D., delposed that--About noon yesterday.. was walkilng ip HIunter-street towards' George-street, and when nearly at tlh top of the street a tall stout Sgentleman,'the defendant, crossed 'ovci"to 'fmoand asked if my name was Dr. Lang. I replied, thlttis my:namnic':'Ho iimmediately, without a word of cither ex lanation or adcusation, began to helaboiir me witha ;horsewhip which he had.in his hand, striking three or fou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 April 1860
The Kiama Examiner is published every WVEDNES DAY and SATURDAY MORNING, and despatched immediately, either by mail or courier, to all parts of New South Wales and the sister colonies, to Lond6n, Liverpool and Glasgowr, Great Britain; and, as the issue is very considerable, it affords great facility for every kind of advertlaemomt. Trerm: s' d. Advertising.-Foor? lines and under...2...... 2 f0 Six .......... .......... 2,'6 Eight ............ ... 0 Every additional line .......... ,::., a Suhecription-Per quarter in advance .....8.. 8" 6 At the end of the quarter ....." 9 : Single copies, cools ............ 6 The quarters end on the lost day of June, 8eptemnler December, and March, respectively. KIA.rA:-Printed and.pubifshed by the proprletor,.Weo/tfao Iavb , of-Kimne, at the Exeroitr Genera I 'rlntlngtenoe, Shoalhtaro.-street, Kiamno, noanroid, Wednesday, Aprl 4, ogre.