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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 April 1860
AFTER an adjournment of thre weeteks,-both Houses of Parliament assembled on Tuesday last. 'Ihe'new aiinistry iappeared on'the legislsbive boards to make their explaoiti6ons, aind state, as is. usual, the circumstances under which they came into power. ,Publi e interest, however, w.as somewhat: .abatod by thie :fact, that ,the explana= tione,: commonly. resensed for the floor of the House, at its first weetinig after the. ministerial re-elections, had, to 'a large extent been made by:those, who have -failed to form a Ministry, or whohad. declined the attempt. The policy of the new' Ministry' alsd' has been declared in the election speeches of the different members to their respective constituents. Besides, we must take notice of the faLt, that although called a new Ministry, it can .claim that title .only ,by courtesy; for it" is in fact the CowPER Ministry bover againL-the old: troop with a change of cha racters: :, Mr. :An?io.b, the member for Paterson who has-joined the Ministry ...
KIANDRA DIGGINGS. No. V. Kiandra, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 April 1860
KIkNDRA?' DIGGUINGS. (ABRIDGED ula .Tvr.Bsa or .HERtALD'S PECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) Kiandra, Ma'rc 24. I MttNe ONED in- an 'irmer letter that prior to !eaving.the diggings, Mr. CoLumissioner Cloete :had roeomPended the dleoing of the camp im Jmediately the irst fall of snow took place. In the propriety *of this course the subcommis asioners acquiesced, and notice to that effect was given to the storekeepers and other residents, in *oraer that. they might not be taken by surprise, ,or be left without police protection by the sud den witllidawal of the small force which is at 'resent at the disposal of the resident commis sioner, Mr. J. T. Tiqndh. As might be expected, 'however, the prudent recommendation of Mr. Cloetes.i not-approved of by some persons who .contemplate wintering here at all hazards; and -accordingly,.a meeting has:been iheld, at which it was determined to memorialioe the Govern ment, praying that the camp might not be closed, but that an eficient police force should at ...
LETTERS FOR GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 April 1860
LTTERImS von G1EAT BnITAIcN.-It will be seen in another part of our columns, that the mails by tilhe mail steamer Emeu will be closed at the Ge haral'Post Office, Sydney, on Saturday next, the 4thlApril; and those in this district who intend • wri lng by her, must post their letters in.Jamberoo or iorringong, on Thursday evening at the latest; bi?t nlh letter-bag 'is always despatched from Kiama ;I?y tQIo morning steamers, letters put into the town 'poe .olleoe by ten o'clock on Friday morning will w'-h' Sydney in ti~e, should nothing occur to pre. Aa."ilse usnil lnimer trip. J" :
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 April 1860
Notice to the Priblic of Kiama IEDWABD ROE, (late with, G.:Bullon,) lbegs to a E ' inform. the inhabitants of Kiamtn, that on and after Monday next, 16th instant,hoe will bie iin po sition to'supply them with Wood:and Water'on the post reasotiableo terms.' S'All :rdorders-left at Mr. Willott's Boardintg House, Kiama, .will be strictly attended to;-...':, ,:: ,.u i ,:..: NB.-Contracts. taken for. carting, goods to or (roan Jamlieroo or.Gerringong. :. , , :";;,, ' To Let, at:Broughton reek, "'' SFARM,' containing from 30. to .50 acres, six' :tdoen?acres of Which are in grass. - '"..,';, , For particulars, apply to Mr. W. Irving, Kiama; or to W. Griy, Jun.,:Gerringong. THE Friendp of the late Miss Hindrmars;l are roespectfully invited to attend her'funeral, which will move from her late residence; Rose Bank; Kiama,' on Wednesday; the-'11th instsnit; at Ninc o'clock, a.nm:, and proceed to the family burying ground, at Alne Bank, Gerringong. .. GEORGE TURNER, ; ,,. Undertaker. I SNo Circ...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 April 1860
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. MR, W. IRVING.-At" th' Ferminaglh Wdtel, "to S'mdorrow'-atl o'clock, springing heifers, bull, &c. At 1t o'clock, milch cows, hand-reared heolfers, and S eJifer-calves. At one o'clock, superior -springers, dairy cows, team of bullocks, piga, &c. MdR. J. POUt'ION.-At Jamberoo, this day, household , ftrnrit ir. . MR. G. K. WALDRON--At the Fermanagh Hdotel, ..this day, store pigs.
NEW ZEALAND. THE TARANAKI REBELLION.—THE FIRST BLOW STRUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 April 1860
NEW : ;ZEALAND. THE TARANAKI REBELLION. -THE ;FIRST. BLOW STRUCK. FROi5 TnHE E PIRE BY thoeLord Ashley, which arrived last night, we have.Auckland papers to tho, 28th .instiit, bringing our neows .fromr, Taranmai. down to. tl'e 24th- More troops. are required, and, as ,we anticipated the quarrel'is not likely to be..settled without bloodshed. ..We quote" somo.:extracts' below : ?From the Taranaki lerald, AMarch 24..'.'.. A collision between the races, to avert which so much effort was made, has takenplace,'and lit must not be disguised that the result has disap pointed everyone. For some time, : for. y"ars naitive aff?ilrs. n Ta'ran:ik "Ilaveieen • a?'stndlngiti menaco to ourGoverntmire,' wlshi'wiseol rtm diloulit have borne much:rathe!thlien'subject the cbdmnilitn'? ity to the alternative of war.: The positiolflatterly" assumed by the natives.rendered an appeal:to armsl inevitable, and very complete. arrangements 'were made by the Government to meet it. Not only was the garrison st...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 April 1860
PORT OF SYDNEY. AnnlvA(A.-April 7.. Hnter, (s.), 266 ,tons, Clptain Sullivan, from Clyde River 6th instant. I'sssengera Mlrs. htol'ahon, Mlessra. Clarke, Bush, Manning, Pass, Cooper,'Creigh, and ?o .in the steerage. k,.. 5Manning, tagent. Ilangatira, (s.: a.) 5S81 .tps, Calitain lorris, from Greenock Ist December. A. S. N. co., ngents. Aprilt8; Fllland, ship, 967 tois, Cnptain hiM Frlane, fromn Liverpool -15th December.. l. Moore, agent. Gipsy, schooner, 45 tons, Captai,' Shbppard, from Two old .lBay .th istunt. 'aptain, agent. CoASTr.no Inwanvs.-April 5. Leisuro Hour, from W\Vollogong, with 31 tons coal. April .6. Rapid, co.) from Kiama, with stmadries. . Co.tsrass ".OorffAts.-April i. Williamn iila Aiin, for Sliellharboro
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 April 1860
. NOTICE. TO' ADVERTISERS. W7E beg to inform our advertising friends, that w l eintend in future to render our 'ADVERTISING ACCOUNTS MONTHLY, taiid that advertisements from non-subscribers, must idl al cases.be paid for when brought to the ofliee. Tlii srrangement has, become necessary, to enable thiqproprietors,to meet the large:outlay Incurred.in bringing out the paper, and it is. hoped that their suppprters, will;so far .aid the proprietors in their undertaking..: ':Uawarra Steam Navigation Company. TIME. TABLE. E ' TW6'E.1N SY DNEY and KIAMA. .. From SYDNEY every night at 11 o'clock, aaturlday'and'Sunday excepted. "From KIAMfA every, Monday, Thursday, and ri day,'sit 11 a.m., and every Tuesday arid Thurs dayiat noon. !BETWEEN SYDNEY and SHELLHARBOR. From SYDNEY. every Wednesday. at 11;p.m. SFrom SHELLHARBOR every Thursday at 1 p.ms.i. Sydney, 13th March, 1860. S* The Company has been induced to lay on one of their powerful steamers at the instance of the settlers in this distric...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 April 1860
COMMERCIAL h?TELLIGENCE. "THE S. 3?. IHerald of Saturday last reports as ,under- . . . . . [Unless'otlherwiseexpressed,! he prices quotoefl in this .artiole are those in.transactionis between the producer And the first purchaser.] ' ' : * . - . Wheat and Flour.---This market is not so brisk as when we last reported, but no ialteration has taken place in prices: Wheat, 8s 6d to 9s perbushel, with little or none but imported to beo had. Flour, £22'for 'ine, and £20 .Jors'econd'qualty, per ton of 2000 lbs. . . ... '.. . B ran Is ad per bushel. "" - . . . • "Bread -aid per 2-lb. loaf. c Bisetlit.--MrWilkie quotes -cabin hiscuit at 28s per o00 lbs.;-larv biscuit, 20s.per 10o lbs. Mr.,Hamilton: Cabin 28s ; navy 20S per 100 bs . .! Butchers'Melat,.-Bof.ild to 2il, niutton 2ld to SId, orkcdvlrial'4d to, d'per lb. .i Lashb 6 to o6s;6d,per quarte. . . '.. " Poultry and Diiry.Produce.--Fowls.2s 9d to 3s, diueks S3s to 4s, geese l6 to 8s, turkeys 6S to- I os, pigeon Is dd, wrild' ducks 3s Od to...
MAILS BY THE EMEU. General Post Office, Sydney, 4th April, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 April 1860
MAILS BY THE gMEU. ',.. :,.. -'" -=Genral'FPost Olice, Sydnoy, 4th-April, 1860? -. The Mails li?)the Peninsular and 'O.iental Steam 'Navigation Comlupal's steamer IEMEU will'be made up :at this otico SATURDAY, 14th instant, at 9 a.m., for .all letters posted at the General Post Office, not addressed to theoUmntedKingdom, and at 11 n.m. for.all letters so addreasel.. Newspappers must be posted one hour before rthe letteis, i.e., it a and 10 a.m. respectively. The 4ol Ilowing mails will be despatched, viz. : To t:,e United Kingdom, via 'Marselles and via Fonthampton. To !France, and other Continental States (in a.alosed mail to "France). To the Northern countries of Europe via TFieste -To 'Mdlbourne, Tasmania, Adelaide,. Western Australia, Mauritius, Suez. Alexrndria, lMalta, Aden, M3adras, Calcutta, Bombay, Ceylon, blltavia, Singapore, .-1ianila, China, the Cape of Good Hope, sand St. Helena.
HOBART TOWN. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 April 1860
hours." * i **" ""R -: W. i Surday. The Governior hdscbeen seriously'i infdispobsed, but is getting, betteor.f, .i Coptain Bowvdlcr's caso is exciting.much interest. The general feeling is very strong g.nat 'Colonel Brougliton puittii him unle arrestforanalleged cause, whiclh is saidlto b" a personal piqueb:'the Colonel's ....e .. ."' 1 .' . " " " . 'I11 ' the w eather is delightfiul;': ; * ' - ' .. . "
MELBOURNE. Thursday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 April 1860
IMELBOURNE ... 'P~,erty-foir: li?n?s'' .settledl rain~ `-Wiind due w est.-, -: . , ,i ; A . , .,. _ ; '. . At" Bondigo, the: Shell7 Bank "Reef: Company's boiler :burst, wi th a terrific explosion; the:boiler being: carried high, upp ii the air, and ,fellfifty yards aweay., ',No~lives".lost,.. All?lhnds alonghad. ben dlraftedfoff to stiengthen to damii which threatenied . to'give' way. inder' tlihe' pressureof the rush' of water -down:thocreek. "- . ::..J ,: :-: rr?ain falling!all over tlihcolony :: Greiit dams e is anticipated on the gold-fields. ;: :: ';Telegrams -just receivedmeniition :several. minor floods.in the Ballaar,at and Bendigodistricts; e... T:he ?'telegrams' ;respecting Now?' ealand war created great excitement yestida: H. M. S.Pelorus iwill sailoni Tuesday mii orninig for Nou"iZoaldnd..'- - a 1 . -,'a ,.Theo:City of l=obart..(s.) -is:- opected.:to bring troops fromiHobart1Town;:!r ,i: j b:fi-: ST.e Wonga .)Vonga. (s);viwll tak.e troops fromp her . . ... :... ...... b....
THE SNOWY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 April 1860
n IE 1TE*NOIWY RIVER.'% . I 1. '"' ,('iioM T.HE. 'St Hmi' AD.)-il M[n. T'. A. Dirns, accountant to the, Comnterldl Bank,, has.. :arriived'` "in town ' from Kirindra; via Cdoina Quie'anb yn, nid' Goudlburn, bringing irith him 800 ounces df gold purchased at .Coomn. 'Whilst Mr. Diblb vl s nt Coomtiia three young men, who hnadonly been abscnrt tlireobwecks, frnm there, returned' from ni't?e:diggliirnsbringing back fifteen pounds weiglit'bf gold ''AK haire also brought in 125 ouncea ,off gold which lieosaid was his shtr;for:onoe: week. - Mr.iDibbsavisited the Kiandra diggings,;and re inained there several days,:leaving.on Friday, 23rd .lMarch?for'Cooma. . He has politely,ft?irnished us with the following particulars respecting the dig gings He believes that at least 600 ounces of gold are sold daily by'thd diggers to the banks arid store 'krepers,'ei'd that many diggers have large qutanti ties by them. Several lots were brought in whilst he waspresent-from 200 ounces downwards. The pric...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. MAITLAND RIOTERS. West Maitland, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 April 1860
TELEGRAPHIIIC INTELLIGIENCEf (ADRItii ii'i)FOu THlE iiEl fAAND LAfPIRE.l a MAITLA ND RIOTERSii' :: ,fx . : :West Maitland, Siturday. i: To-D O , at. the ,police court,;: E ?Dst Maitland, .nine teen of the suipposedlriniters. were placed atthe bar. Mr Deniehly for-t he dpfnc.: Onithissapphlfciiotii "o'Mr.'Deldieh1 i. iho .ciies were postponed till; FridayLtneit;as ;lie'wifisn'preo pared;witli dfenco. 'rThe :applicatiioi was granted; and the defondantsnadmitted.to bail.; :.
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 April 1860
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. Mr. Daniel Henry fenichy and MIr J Ryan Brenan, arrived on Friday, by invitation, to un dertake the defence of .certain parties apprehended onn charge of assisting and acting in the recent disturbances at the Free Church, YWest Maitland The proprietor of the theatre hias refused: his eon set .to the liberty of speech meeting, of :Wedies day, being held in thiat btilding, from fear of its being possibly injured. The committee have not yet decided ivhalt'other course to adopt,. whethler to apply forthie School ofiArts, or .to hold'tlie meeting-.in t!o . open air.--Maita?-d Nor!thvrip Times - .. ;.. 5QorsD'A'PfABk AMArTTA: We ihave redeired. the;fillowing from a correspondent wbbi wadnsri a 'visit to'lairamnita yesterday .:-)Iir. i staitled' byestatements :from 'various .:friends bf';oniiio. residing st Parramatta, respectinig gold having beeni found in a creek in Harris's paddock, neari thes-new. riilway'bridge. That those gentlemedn have had gold, and earth with go...
JAMBEROO CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 April 1860
J.AMBEROO "dRICKET'JIATCLH.-::; ``° .I. HAVE great pleansui in recording thata 'spiriteol attempt was mnade lnst Monday, to ''get thi tnoble game: of cricket afloat onco more in this local., ity. The advertiaoment.relativo to the mitter pro. ddced'ri"t gathering much larger thannaicybody soomed to have expected, in Mr. G. Wood's pad dock.; and the company would probably have been considerably ' ore numerous were it not for the "circhimstance thhat several of the young meon of this neighborhood were engaged in practising for the ploughing matcch. Two sides were, however, formed by the selection of. an impartial. person on the groundi, and they immediately oset themselves actively to work. iThe 'result was somewhat sin guhir, for the party which wvent in first, though con taining several men who are considered 'good players were completelyj worsted by their opponents, who 'scored, in .a single innings, folir notches'in+ excess of thdose hich .thld 'first party' obtained in' both their...
COURT OF REQUESTS—NOWRA. WEDNESDAY, 4TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 April 1860
COURT OF flEQUESTS-NOWIRA." WEDNESDAY, ,4TI A.:l... (Before James Altacorn, A. 'K. M'Kny, "Alfied Elyard, and tames Graham, Esqrs., if.P.) "! Graham v. Hitchcock-remanded from last court -agreed to-leave the matter to arbitration. Moffitt v. Middleton, £5, for trespass and assault. Verdict for plaintiff 5s., and each to p;y thbir own costs. Richards v. Ryan, £5 Os. 2d..for professional services. Settled without.going into Court. Kerr v. Campbell, £1 17s., for pair trousers. Sot .tled.out of Court. Aitkins v. Grev?es, £47s. Gd., forlabor.' Settled out of Court. Kemp v. Carr, £2 6s. 3d., for goods delivered. Paid into Court with costs. Davis v. Golding, 14s., for work done. Verdict for plaintiff 9s. and half the'costs. Davis v. Wheatley, sen., '£2 10s., .balance of bill delivered for work done. Verdict for plaintiff, and costs. Lamond v. Elyard, '£9 5s, for' boundaiy 'fence. Postponed at the wish of defendant for evidence. Court of Petty Sessions - before the same magistrates.-Constnb...
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. SHOALHAVEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS—NUMBA. FRIDAY, 3RD APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 April 1860
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. [vtOM OURI COBBESPONDENTS. SHOALbitVEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS-N ,tiIBA. , FRlDAY, 3nBi APRIL. (Bifdre a fuill Benild) Clenry v.-lyan, forillegally detainiug 4.ý... Tho case not being fully proved.was dismiissed.' ''-: loss v. Longbottom, chnirged xwith bei Idrunk and .disorderly,, inid usinig bndlhngun6g twnrds Mrs. Ryan'. 1^icd £2or 48 hburs3in; thie lock-up. The magistrages had -i 'consultation respecting the applications.sont in for seed wheat to be dis tribiuted by tho"fljood relief committee, they 'fixed for Saturday next to meet the ,corporationi to co operate in goieg.flirouglh. tho' list' of applicnnt at. .thl Court-hous, Nowr. . .
DEATH OF MISS HINDMARSH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 April 1860
DEATH OF MISS HINDMARSH. — We regret to have to announce the death of this lady, which took place at her residence, Rose Bank, on Monday night last, about 10 o'clock. For some weeks past she had been more or less unwell, but persevered in at- tending to the duties of her school, against the ad- vice of those near her, until unceasing illness at length confined her to bed. She suffered very little pain, and her mind was almost to the last clear and calm. Miss Hindmarsh was well known in this district as a resident for manny years, and will be much regretted by many who were sensible of her sterling qualities. We understand that the funeral takes place this morning at 9 o'clock, and will proceed to the family burying ground, at Alne Bank, Gerringong. &nbsp; FLOOD RELIEF FUND. — We understand that Pro- fessor Hansen has handed over to the treasurer of the Flood Relief Fund, the sum of £1 7s., being half the proceeds of the lecture given by Mr. Han- sen on behalf of the sufferer...
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 April 1860
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE tAOdinateO Fion0 THE nORALm 'CiD im 5Pir.) c·i· .,·? -~-- e--+ - ...e" LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. In reply to Mr. ParkIes, the Secretary.for Lands. said -he should ata later hour lay upon the table a copy 'f a minute of the,Executive Council on .the Panama route, which he would then move to have read by the clerk.v ' ' Several new lnotice of motion were then given. r' Mr.:Weekes moved for;leasve to bring in a bill .to in dlomsnifythe,Governc for. the unnuthorised .erycndit.ure of publio~money. ' When th present ministers took oflice, no vote of eredit.had.been obtained duning the month of March, htd non 'cooldbol.obtained during that month. .This bill.was:to indemlfty them for an irregular expen diture.Avbidh they could not in any wa?, control. fr, I'luhkett said the presoent ministers had voted to put iho late Goverimnenit out of office, simply to get possesslon of their places, nnd therefore were principally responsibleirthis'ummnithorised expenditure. Mr. Ha...