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ASSAULT ON THE REV. DR. LANG. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 April 1860

AlSAULT ON THE REV.. Do. LANG.- Yesterday, about half-an-hour after -noon, as Dr. Lang was walking up Hunter.street, towards George-street, he was met opposite Mr. Jones's, the watchmaker,:by Captain Malcolm .Melville Macdonald, who asked him if he was'Dr. Lang. The doctor said yes, that was his name; whereupon the captain struck the doctor several times over the arms with a riding whip, and. thehi'-aiming 'a blow at -his forehead, knocked -his hat off. After this attack, i Captain Macdonald said, "'" You know. what that's for-if you were not an old'man I would give you more." He then, when asked for his -name by the doctor, threw his card upon the 'pavement, and walked away 'towards to the Caf4, in George-street. The doctor shortly afterwards went to 'the Central Police Offllce, and 'obtained a warirant for the appre hension of Captain ' Macdonald for committing an assault.-, The case will be lioeard this morning at 10 o'clock.--Saturdav's B. M.,Herald. -

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 April 1860

IS CELLANREOUS EXTRA?OTS. DwIpIITitERIA.-The following bhort essay, by Dr. James P. M'Donald, of Bristol, appeared in a late number of Reynolds' Miscellany: "The alarm consequent upon the recent preva lence of diphtheria has become so universal, that the least soreness of the throat is now regarded in a very serious light. Medical prao titioners are constantly being consulted about cases which otherwise would never have been noticed. This has led in some instances to doubts in the minds of many physicians and surgeons as to the real existence among us of the disease in question. As it has been my lot, during more than eighteen months, to have had charge of many and fearful cases of diphtheria, and as a natural consequence to have been fre quently consulted as to affections of the throat, I venture to place before the profession some remarks on the subject. I consider diphtheria to be a disease produced by a specific poison taken into the system, acting through the blood and seen at ...

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LORD MACAULAY. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 April 1860

LORD MAICAULA]: [ri?'t, C. D.WY.] (Coietioitedi~i~fin ourl st.) AGAIN, when the iinadingariiy:wavers, bafiled by the "dauntless:three," we have the following passage:: . Was none wheo would h foremost n, o ' To lead suoch dire oanttesak . • But thosobohind cried I'orward " " ! - S'-tAn uthos befor cetited ?t B hik I"is Andnd bkwod nde r sod forward h a e psr the lodop aray S And onhol tossing seas of stel ." O n o andfro tiue tandard'reoi, i r ''And tie victorious trumpet poe o S Diels fitfulely away..... 'It was observed, I think, by Mr Horne, in the New Spirit of ,he Ig1e, that shtre the oLays of Vtome'are no Rleman they.are Homeric, and ,they are doubtless.well entitled to this praise both in khind and degree, so 'far as the purely heroic aspect is concerned, aiid while that appel lation is confined to the word: and actions of herie 'men. - The' merciless pathos which dis tinguishes some episodes in the Iliad the molaneholy tenderness of t hee ." Odysses" -and the kindred "qualit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 April 1860

CAv.J-HOLLOWAY's`, O1NTIENT.-(Gut lumbago; and rheumatism are infallibly removed. by. a continuous use of this'great detergent npplieation: ' Warm fomentations should in all cases precede its use. It relaxes'the con strained muscles and fibres, sand isssists'nature in' comn-. pletinga cure. .. . REMEMBER. PROFESSOR HANSEN'S BIOLOGICAL ENTERTAINMENT . TO-NIGHT. Found. .\N the beach in Kiamn, on Saturday last, two 1_ PROMISSORY NOTES. .The 'owner can have them by giving the description and paying for this advertisement, at the Oflice of the Examiner. TO TICE.-The undersigned has REMOVED . his business from King-street west, to Mar ket and Sussex streets and Albion Wharf. T. ALLEN, Cuommissionis Agent, Market and Sussex streets. Notice. S FRANCIS, begs to inform his old Friends and S• Customers, that (in consequence. of his Bro ther leaving the District forUlladulla), hohlins'again commenced business in the HARNESS AND SAD DLERY LINE,' next door to Mr. C. Price's, Man ningstreet, Kiamn...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 April 1860

COLONIAAL YXTRA CT'S. ON Friday last a man was brought into Bathurst from the Peel, charged with stabbing his mate.withii a knife. It seems that he was drunk and having got him down stabbed him several times and.would most likely have murdered him but for the; interference of an innkeeper near whose house the affair happened.-Claims have been sent into-the Goulburn Flood Relief Fund amounting to £2325 from 21 individuals, seven of thelse to the amount of £970 have been ex pendcd by the committee on different grounds. The. amount in hand is £263.-The late dry weather at the Lachlan has been terminated by five days rain.-On Saturday last a man was -stuck-up at a lonely place in the bush, about three miles from the Rob Roy, on the road to Kiandra, and robbed of i3 14s., together with.his hat. No fresh information lhas been obtained to throw light -, on ' theJ,.robbery of the Cooma mail, the correspondeipt , of the Goulburi ''Chronicle mentions -ahd redioules the fact that five or six f...

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THE LAND QUESTION. [COMMUNICATED.] Land of the Free—thy kingdom is to come.—THE BARD OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 April 1860

* THLE LAND Q UESTION. [coanieesieoA'rsD-J. Land orsthe Fre-thy-kingdom is to come-ToE 1ARD o !loe0s. Tu'ie laird question is ono which so deeply:interests a large portion of the communiity, it is desirable' and indeed necessary to bring it prominently forward before the, public.. In doing,so..we may, briefly review the system as it now stands, and then open the question on the proposed system of free selecti6n nud deferred payments. 'Weo minay pass over the early stages of the colony, when' hland was alienated recklessly, and the first free grant resold to tihe Government for four giallons of runt ' T he prac. tical working of that system involved consequences which are felt to this day, and which tend to per plex the settlement of the question in a satisfactory manner. For several years a class has been springing up, termed squatters. This class should not be confounded with that bearing the same name in America. The American squatter sits down in the forest, clears a 'piece of gr...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 April 1860

- SIIPPING INTELLIGE GNCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS-Tasmatia (s), 285 tons, Captainl Clinch, fronm Hobart Town 27th. and Twofold Bay 30th instant. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Butcher and child, Mrsi'Paor, Mrs. Andrews, Misses Manosfield (2), Mr. and Mrs. Coats, Miss Crouch, .Messrs, Butler, Andreows, Shaw, Longwell, WVilkinsoioanUl 5 tiilthe steeragor . Willis; Merry, and Co, agents. Hunter (a), 2.6 tons, Captain Sillivan, from Clydo River 30th instant; Passengers Messrs. -Booth; Ro-iteolle, nand 12 .in the -steerage. 'E. Manning,' agent. Alfred 'th'e _Great, ship, 649 tons. Captain M.Intyre, from Hongkong 13th February, Passengers-'Mr. Maxrill, and 802 Chinese. immigrants. Captain, agent.-April 1. Ellen, schooner, 53 tons, Cap hini Aiclholson, from Twofold Bay 30th ultiaso.o Cap tain, agent. CoAsteRnas' InwArinus.-March 31. Sofieir n amid Pro speetor-from Bellambi, with 155.tons coals It'apid (s), 'fromn Wollongo..g, Iinmn, and Shellhiirbor, With sundries; Illawarra (s), iroma WVoll6ng...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 April 1860

Illawarra Steam Navigation Company. TIME TABLE. BETWEEN SYDNEY and KIAMA. SFrom 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 day at noon. BETWEEN SYDNEY and SHELLHABOR. From SYDNEY every Wednesday. at 1,p.m. From SHELLHABBOR every Thursday at 1 p.m*. SSydney,' 18th March, 1860. *,Tho.Companyhas'been induced to lay on oneo of theirpoweoful steambrs at the instance of thei . settlers ?in this.district, who have suffered much -hithbrto, from the great irregularity of the -com nmunication afforded .them for the conveyance of their produce. , . , . Steam to Shellharbor. . TlTHE iTLLAWARRA STEAM NAVIGATION SHCOMPANY have resolved on placing one of their powerful Steam Packets at the service of the settlers and residents in the district of Shollharbor, in order to afford them that which they have not received in anyother quarter, . Permanent and Regular Conveyance for their T Produc...

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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 April 1860

DIARY. Days of the Week of I Sunrlso,Isun t Meon's Dry of. ePe~ M'oth I. .so Ago, '' i,?tISDtAY .. Apr .4, 0.19. 5 47 12 , THiURSDAY .:'.;.. '4' ;, 0 I." 540 13"" FRIDAY .......... 6 I6 20 I . 44.: 'F.... THE EXAMINER.:. PUBLISIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND :SATURDAY. S TO OUR ADVERTISING TRIENDS. Advertisers are particularly requested to send in their, favors by the prescribed hourof 4 o'olook on the evening proceeding the day of publication. Want of attention to this, occasions more delay and inconvenience than they may Imogine. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Dr. Hoamilton's letter came too late for insortion in this issue. It is particularly requested that letters fir the Eromfner may be 'addressLd to the Editor, only, (without: mentioting any name) In order to prevent confusiorn. All communications inteded'for inseriion must beanuthenti Brated by the nsame and oddress of tihe writer-not necesoarily for.publication, but is nuggnrantee ofgend foth.i. We cannot utndoertanko to return rejected commun...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 April 1860

COMM1ERCIAL INTELLIGENiGE. MTE S. 11A; Herdid of Saturday lust reports ns 'under (.[Unless otlhecrwiseexpressed, tihe prices quoted .in this . article are those in transactions between the producer Sand the first purehoser.] Wlheat is'' uoted 'at 8s Gd to 9s per buesliol, bit so small is the snliply of thio lioise-g.roani articlo that it is a merely nominal quottation, the supply being,- i fact, de pendent upon importations, nearly the whbole of which lhave been tonthe millers. : ' . Flour.-A brisk trade at £22 for fine, 'and ?£20 .for .secondm quality, per ton of 2000 lbs. .Bran Is 3d per bushel. Bread.-6ld per 2-lb. loaf. Discuit.-Mr. Wilkionotes 'dabit hisclit at 30s per' * 100 lbs. ; navy biscuit, 201 per 100 lbs. Mr. Ilumilton SCabin 30s; ship 20- per 100 lbs. Butchers' Meat.-Beef l.dl to 21d, mutton 21d to 31d, *porlfl,-woal 4dil to 5d-porilb. Lamb Gs to Gs 6d, per .quarter........ -•?":... ;" . ? qPoultry and Dairy Produce.-Fowls 2s Cd to So, ducks '3s to 4s, geese is to 8s, ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 April 1860

ORIGINAL CORRERSPONDENOE. TO THlE -EDITOR OF THE KIA5IA EXAMINER. Su,-Ilaving my attention drawn to no aecount of a meeting held at shellhii'bbor by the direction of the I. S. N. Co., and published in your issue of Saturday last, at which meeting one of the speakers, Mr Pike, reflected in, very strong terms on my management .while conicted with the liama S. N. Co..;- in ?act, stated that my refusal to call at Shellharbor and Gerringong had run thie company into a state of bankrnptoy. Now, such a statement, ift not contradicted, might pas for truth with those IWho are not acquainted with thei whole afllfair. There is nothing easier than to prove that the whole :is a tissue of ftadsehoods. In the first place, the company was managed by a board of direetors, of which Mr. Pike was one, said board har ing full power to dismiss ien at any minute. Now, I defy sail Mr. Pike to point out a single instance where -, its master of the Kiama, refused to carry out their instructions. When desired...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 3RD APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 April 1860

'PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. (asUe nrao rTuln nEaIULS AD .MPIr .) . "',I; -4- LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL."' 1 i TUESDAY, 3iD AaiLr. . ;'J TiiiE Council sat for four hours yesterday. The. PresidcniItndriotlt f lithjtj (if JSnes had rcsigned lhiijscat.,U?jl iah.liis ixceli lenc hid acc ptedpTas resignatiol n 51'fisCi.oglT?'?o ".0iEB lof'l l his intention to nsk ..h c....iuiail Secretary whether the-present 'Govluinieilt iiicinl to take iany imimnudiste steps lownrds a revision of tlh peace ? ,Notice was given liy ir .D)cmsTiomsou of: a inction having reforence; to. protests ngainst bills . , , Op Mr, Ji?liason gming' notice sbout the ex pendiluir o'f' iohni by the Government without Plarliamentary iuthority,.. :.' ." ,. .T'~Cliniil.d Secretary staid that the (r'ovcrn Sincunt were desirous to take ail -requisite steps to legalise the expenditure. . The business of the session was to be codnfined to providiug for tllelnevessary.expenditure. : After a brief recess, Est.iniitcs .woild be prepare...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 April 1860

SROALHAVEN FLOOD ? RELIEF FUND1. A TTIIE I'EQUEST OF ' SEVI?RAL " IN HABITANTS, ' PROFESSOR IHANSE Wilr oi Are Irurji BIOLOGICAL ENTEIRTAINMENT' MONDAY: EVENING, APRIL 9, IN 'TIlE "[MAMA CHIURCII OF ENGLAND SCHOOL:ROOM , -. Half the Proceeds to go to the Shoalhaven Flood Rehef Found. ADMISSION, 2s CHILDREN, is. 'T0 -COMMrIENCE AT EIGH' T O'CLOCK. " SPositively the last iight. Mr: F. F. HALL B'?E G to tender his thanks to the largo circle of .L. inhabitants who have very liberally supportcd him duriing the fw years he has been trading in the Kiiama district; and, in unow relinquishing the business iii conseqience of embarking in an enter prise elsewhere, he has great pleasure in recom mending his successor, Mr. SAMUEL MArTT-IEiWS whom he hopes will receive the cordial support of his friends. All piarti irnd blol tlo he undersigneid will pleans pay the amount of their ancounts to Mr. S. Mattlhews, who is hcreby duly nuthorised to receive the s:ume, and whose receipt will be a full dis...

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CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 April 1860

OBiVNTRA 'CIULVINAI COURT. .: ' " .. . (rao:lr Tise a.'s . IIRIAi.D.) ?thbohin,' 12nd"'April.-Before the Acting Chief Jnstice. " . Tihe Court opened this morning at ten o'clock, when his honor stated that at present there was some difliculty alout anl Attorney-General, but that .thereo would be one by twelve o'clock. He would therefoire ndjourni the Court till that hdnr. At' twelve o'clockitlihe Court met again, when the lion. J. F. Inrgraive appeared as Attorney-General kto prosecute for ;the Crown,, and hancded in his patent of office, which was. road by the Judge's ns sociate. Ilie IHonor, l.then congratulatcd the At 'torney-Genoral upIon hid' accession to office. - TAswiwon, n March '29-.-T'lie 'niinatioti , for ,Liverpool P'lins wdschell to day. Mr. Kemp was irorpsocd by IDr. 'Mbrris, and seconded by Mr. Flyde. .'r:.l'.Thorina Dangnr was proposed. by. Mr. Coglan, and seconded. by Mr. Bevage. , The latter gent'emen was announced a enadidato, but retired in Mr. Dangar's favor. .A...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 April 1860

; 1, lilEiSTAMi NTARY ?NINTEL1IGENL E: ;I (AilimhOD Peti Ttlltlli'l. iit5 At llD Pitjllo) "' - .i ..- : .., . S, "I'EGISLAT1V ASSEMBIL. : . ! , " ' , ' .. f WEDNi:sDAY" ':. i'PrE Ieeilsltilve Assemblyr isOt at halfpist~ th iee o'clock , In.reply to Mr. Maele'sy the Coloniial TrBa slutrsr stted tlit'. Mi. 'G I'I.' 1 iBariey ?is sus jiondld frtln duty in.censequance if. a' riiniiial clihargel s tInug LceOin perefired egsinst hili ; :but tlhit clino'?e net being' pio'ed, lie ?vas icinstated fi?.ti"sonr' othecr prielinirnry bushn'es, Mr. ' ,Veskcs saitl, before ,invinlig the Speaki outit of the chnii neitll the IIou e into Cdmmittee of :Spply' he d. e d ,ire, torotffri somd reissilks 'on the state of the pihli fiinacee. Thile statenmsnt leo I'id tn snake difftrald slight:ly fi;nn 'that of his i:edecessirl idi oflice.' Tie daetunl retiturls of i1859, tivl. a tithl iof ' revllo dlid "roccipts ninounting to , £1,533,009 beis ·nio"ie than . 1-000.les il than the seun estilltetdl by his prti...

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SNOWEY RIVER ESCORT. Gundagai, Wednesday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 April 1860

S SOW\iY IlIVlR EISC.OR'lT. +Guad.lgti, \\'edne.;day', 8 Ip m. Ic.rTa on .youtr itrtrtctiono hi tuleagrat,, I dlc.iitlrlchl I upecial emeussgti.ei i ln orn.iint lit muti ti. l . rtt. ah . iiv'a oltioititi. tit tlloivin'i r i.mbid. i ul'rmititat i frai',di tlh lMr.ties i» <'irg<>.,* '-' cl ; . . :'. " • ":: * " 'The tot,'l Itlliintll oF' A\,lenbII ilinl Kin• l rih ;.old lh i thin escort in 22 onzs. dls ; gs. .. , l'ho escort, ,witl el'ieln . oinltlu1. ttoopers, undilet tJheI collltandil ol.. r. Gold Comml.nsiotner f;ivnl, leltl Kinitldi' n MoIndly, 'i'itlh 0itvoii tlinuiatutil tfour liutlrd tnill' nitie teen otincc six ili dwt tientv rat gohil. , It was believed thetru: woii':lly lio) otn. in tlhe linnd of.tlo miniters whnlct thto escort sturtted i inlpendett ,of'i inount broughlt dowti. ' o . , . Abliot 3100 lli<ople wevre nat Kin'iraII, anIdL 3100 on tIhe iishele. Thio Conmiilsiioieer, aidedilby his fbrco intld nso:no oleioals/; Ilhav in. ai'.gre...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. WEST MAITLAND. Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 April 1860

TELEGRAPIhIC INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDGEoD FROM TIIE ElOATD AND EMPIRE.) VEST MAITLAND. . ,Monday, light.:;, OnLon MunoEn.-A. child was found dead to:day i i well, in Durharim-street, tied to 'a spade. It is proved to be tim child of Franois' Davidson. The c,'hild had been 'seenii living some time before by ,various persons; The medical ,testimony is to the effeot that it died firom inanition and suffocation by .tight binding over: chest. ,The ease is not yet completed ;.will serid partiilars to morrow.

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ULLADULLA. April 3. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 April 1860

ULLADULIA. April 8. Si'ohI: :.OrlFICE, 30TIt MAnci.--Charles Rolphs v. Charles Irving.--This case arose out of a row on the racecourse, whlere it npplears that the parties fell out ud' fought, and then the defendiait. fuinde off home, and as nppeared by the evidence " waylaid" the plairtiff, having previously secured a chisel, with which it ivas asserted by plaintiff thlint he at tempted to stab him, but he, the plaintiff beinig on horseback, was able to " clear the way," which he did as fast as his horse could earry him,i he not liking the appearance of "cold steel"; and on the following day got a suminons for the defendant to appear on the 30th of March to answer: the charge. The evidence was not, of a charjcter to justify their worships to commit him c foi trial, but they bound him to keep ..the peace for. the term of twelve months, himself in £20, aid' two sureties in the respective" sums of £10 'each., Ho may, consider that he got offnlightly, forlthe charge was rather of a ser...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 April 1860

The Kiamna Examineris published every WEDNES DAY and SATURDAY MORNING, and despatched immediately, either by mail or courior, to All parts: of Now South Wales and the sister colonioes, to London, Liverpool and Glasgow, Great Britain; anod, as the issue is very considerable, it affords great facility for every kind of advertisement. Terms: Advertising.--For lines and under........ '2 .0 Eig ht '... ... .. 0 Every :ddition i .ln.e ( 0 3 Subscription-hcr quarter in odvninee . ... 6 At the end of the quarter .... 9 9 Single.copnes; ach..o . : ': The quarters end on the lahtdaoi'of Joie; Selptember, December, an'd March, respeotively. ' : KIOAMA:-Prlnted and publihced byi-th~ propriet , WTlnlA Onvino, of Kilnmn, a t theL Enoinoerionernl rlntlng-oma.l Rholohsinyn-,trent, naioa, afor?o?.d,': Satirday,"Aplril 7 190, -......

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KIAMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 4TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 7 April 1860

"VIDNirSDAY, 4i'L' AnIIIn. PtiESr.eT-TLho Mayor and full Council, except ABlerinman Millier. •Minutes of last meeting were rend nid alpproved. Tihe Clerk read copies of letters addressed to tihe , Minister for Worlk and tlhe Minister fiir Lands, respectively, on tied question of the general cemetery. TCN1E1iS. Tenlders were considered for the repairs at Cirroll's Crck ; anil on the motion ofAlderman HANRAIIAN, seconded by Allcrman HUKIrS, that of Peter White was nccepte. . For work to -be done near P. Devery's, for which tlhe tender of Anron Booth was, oni the motion of Alderrman RoonNso', seconded by Aldertinn l r.ow, ncceptcd. . . . Joshua Rumble signed the contract for ccrtnin work at JRmberoo. 'The Council then resolved itself into Committee of Finance, Aldermainn Siu.iir, in the clhair, nnd received the fo!lowingn accounts :--essrs. J. and T. Gnrrett, £20 2s.; B. Murphy, £25; Henry Htmminiill, £20; Edwnrds, for two men, dny work, £8 8s.; W. Winldloy, 12s.;. Jarmann nndl Williso...

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