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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 April 1860

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENUE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KrAniA EXAMINER.O. Sm,-In my recent perambulations throuigh theobeaiitifil district of 'llaerarra, I paid Shelliharbor. a visit, aid [ must confess uhat the appearance efthaplace isso'much improved lately, that a person not, having seen it for the last three or four years would scarcely. recognise it to ie the same place.r SBeing thus highly pleased with the material prosperity of the place, I became anxious to know if the march of intellet was keeping pace with other improvements; andwith,this view I directed my steps to the non-vested school. . Being arrived there, I first tookl a view of the edifice, which certainly did not strike me as being a model of architectural beauty. It is indeed a rude strue ture, and had I not learned that some of our greatest philosophers and poets occupied but humble domiciles, I should have concluded that little good could be-done there. On entering the school, however, it was highly gratifying to see the...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 April 1860

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. E. M. SAYERS'S FAILURE.-A meeting of the creditors of Mr. E. M. Sayers was held on the 10th instant, at Messrs. W. Dean and Co.'s office, O'Connell-street. Mr. Clark Irving took the chair. The following resolutions were put, and carried unanimously :-Mr. Kent moved and Mr. W. Dean seconded, "That inspectors be appointed to examine the hooks and engage a competent accountant to assist them, and that they make a report of their labors as early as Sossible at another meeting to be named. That Messrs. C. Irving, James Byrnes, and Robert Cook, of the Union Bank, be appointed inspee tors; alo, that the bill of lading of the cargo of sugars now arrived, be endorsed by Mr. Sayers and handed over to the inspectors named, and that they be instructed to pre cced to sale, and the proceeds lodged in - Bank, for the benefit of those concerned." The actual assets and lia bilities of Mr. Sayers were not stated, but several statements were exhibited,amongst which one showing losse...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 April 1860

VWE have received the returns prepared for tb.e Government of the live stock, and the agricul tural produce of the .distriet of Kiama for the. past year.. We propose to analysethese, and the other statistical information furnished, so as to; shew the state of the district, and its advancing prosperity. SThe first that we take up is that of the live stock, taken' the comniencement of th`is 'year 1860 There were then-Hormse?;:...:..,- 1,930 Horned cattle.'.:..... 20,030: Sheep:. .. ...... 426. .Pigs1 ................. 0,340 • ?,t fo 1 .5 ." Total... 28,726 Ditto for 1858-59-Horses . '....;... 1,616 Horiod cattle .....:15,559: Sheep ...: . 5608: ,'Pigs:..........' 3,571' ite fu 18 . : € Total... 21,249 Ditto.for 88758--'Iforses ... ........... 1,393 Horned cattie ..... 14,227 'Pigs ................ 5,521 Total... 21,141 We think that this return can only be. an ap proximation, otherwise iv?e cannot account for the very large decrease in-the number;: of .pigsfrom 1857 to 1858, 'amountin...

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THE POPE'S LETTER TO THE EMPEROR NAPOLEON. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 April 1860

THE POPE'S LETTER TO THE EMPEROR. NAPOLEON. THE Independence Belge publishes in its enti rity the letter addressed by Pope. Pius to the Emperor Napoleon, in answer to the advice ten dered by his Majesty. We subjoin a translation. Our readers will observe that it conveys, though in more guarded language, an expression of the same sentiments that were uttered by his Holiness in the celebrated allocution which he addressed in the first day of the year to the French General at Rome : " Sire, I have received the letter which your Majesty has had the goodness to write to me and I replied to it without evasion, and with an open heart. In commencing I do not hide from myself the difficult post of your Majesty,-I see it in all its gravity. Your Miajesty could leave this position by some decisive measure which, perhaps, excites your repugnance, and it is pre cisely because you find yourself in this position that you advise me again, for the peace of Europe to cede. the insurgeant provinces, w...

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STEAM POSTAL COMMUNICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 April 1860

J7. I ..a IPo?TAZ ,'" O.?.HffIf 'A 2,_rT02?. • AS SOME misunderstanding appears to exist in reference to the'views of the Government, re-" specting the proposals for the future mail service between this colony and Europe, we republish the 6th and 7th paragraphs of the Minute of the Executive Council of the 2nd instant, which 'seidem to make the point clear enough : " The arrangements under which it is pro-. posed to effect the fortnightly service, are pre cisely .in accordance with the general views adopted by this Government, when the question of Steam Postal Communication was under con sideration in the years 1858 and 1859, as re corded in the proceedings of the Executive Council, on the 9th and 16th August, 1858, and on the 10th May and 13th Juno, 1859: and so far, therefore, the proposal meets the approval of the Council ;-but, bearing in mind that both branches of the Legislature have, by express resolutions, distinctly affirmed their pre ference for the Panama route, as that b...

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PUBLICANS' LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 April 1860

PuBLICANS' IsckssES.-Yesterday, the annual meeting.: of the justices for granting certificates to authorise the issue of licediises to'publicans,, was held in the Police. Office, .Kiama; before Messrs. Waugh, Perrott; the-;Mayor, and J. Robb, J.Ps. There were eight, applications, all of which were. granted-namely, Thomas Cos grove, and Robert Mariie, at Shellharbor David Moon and James Law, ut Jamberoo; Lawrence'Toole, Jane Hetherington' and George: Adams, at Kiama;,and.William. Lang, at ,Gr. ringong. All of these persons, with one .excep tion, have previously lheld'licenses for the same houses for which they were then granted.. The exception is Mrs. Hetherington, well knowlin as the landlady of theBrighton Hotel,: atWollon gong; who having recently purchased from Mr. Barton, the premises 'known' as the' Fermaniagh Hotel; intends enlarging' thein consideribl,, and oponing a large hotel in Kiama. There is plenty of room here for such an: establishment, and we have no doubt but that t...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 April 1860

COLONIAL 1:xTRAOTS. . DEATIn 'oF' Mr. Jitsn JonN'Soc.--We 'ara' sure that oi'r'readers+ will lehern with'ddeep' regret; that thiu universally esteemed geitlemani died yes terda 'a'fternoon;'. at his residence in Pitt-street. On Wednesday, the 4th insttint, he was ridiug a vicious buck-jumping horse, which was letout for hire at Manly Beach, when be wais thrown vio lently' aver tihe head of the anintal, and fell' upon his elbow." Being 'a stout, heavy man, he suf fired' a compound fracture of the arm,, which, from the first, assumed. a 'serious 'aspect. • In fiasimation rapidly net in, renderitgit impossible to set the "fractured limb ;. ultinmately the woundo suppurated. andt the virus becoming absorbed into his system; caused his deeply lamented death. It is superfluous t". say' thltat Mr.' `Johnson had thie best medical aid that the colony could 'affordiand that. the sympiathy and eondolence ofa'on Uns ' usually large circle -of attached frienids alleviated his last 'illness He 'b...

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SUPREME COURT. WEDNESDAY. SITTINGS IN BANCO. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 April 1860

SUP1?ITEAf COURT. " '(.1no1r , S. s. lt HRALD.) WEDNESDAY. SITTINGS IN B oANCO. BEIORE the fullCourt. EMERY V. SIIARPE. This was a:motion for new trial of in action for breach of covenanit tried before the present Chief Justice in October, 1858,.wherein the de fendant had obtaiuied a verdict. Five grounds of objection were taken in the notice. Two of these had reference to the rejection by his Honor of certain evidence tendered by plaintiff's coun sel as to the state of the premises at particular periods, and another raised the usual question as to.w'hether or not the verdict was sustainable by the evidence., The remaining two points were on alleged misdirections-first, a misdirec tion by telling the jury that by law and under the terms of the lease, if the dwelling-house and appurtenances fell or became out of repair by means of natural decay, the defendant was not bound to repair them; whereas his Honor ought to have ruled that defendant was bound to execute such repair as might b...

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CONTINUATION OF BENARES' NEWS. OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. THE QUEEN'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 April 1860

CONTINUATION. OF BENARIES' NEWS. [ ABRIDGBD FROM 5. ii :ERkbBDi *PENING :O1 PARLIAMENT. THI.. QUEEN'S SPEECL., " MY.-LORDsAND GENTr.EaS-L ", : It iswith great satisfiaction that I again meet you in Parliament, s:d have recourse to your'assistance and advice. : ; t . "M My relations with ForeignaPowers continue to be oun a friendly and satisfactory footing. At the close of the last session I;informed,you that Overtures; hod been made to nie to: 'sscertain whether, :if a Conferenice should lie held :by the Great .Powers of ; Europe for the purpose of -settling arrangements connected with the:present and future condition of Italy, a plenipotentiary would be sent by me toasist at such an Con ference. I have since received a formal invita tion from the Emperor of Austria, and from-the Emperor-of te French, to ;send a plenipoten tiury to a "Congress to consist of the representa tives of tie 'e iaeht Powers who were parties, to the treaticsof? Vienna, in 1815 -"the objects of sunliConW o s...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 April 1860

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. (A mIDOGE FROM TUX Z5AALD AND ePJis,.) LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FnrIDAY. T?te Assembly met'at half-pastthrcs o'clock.. The Speaker read ." letter from Mr.; Hawkins?' resigning his seait 'fa~r 'East Macquarie. On' the I motion of Mr. Robertson, the seat was 'declired vacant.. : Petitions were presented by Mr. Dickson and Mr. Plunskett.., Mr. Weekes laid n th table the report and ev: dance of the Boaidl of Iniry lappointed! to iaiqti'r into certaine?liarce oad aby the Collector of Cue toms'againrst private persons engaged in trade. . Several now notices' of- motion were; given by members. , In answer to M.r. Forster, the Secretary for Public VWorks said the, Glebo-Island"Abattoirs avould be .completed:and.,proclasimed ready for use by the middle of Jiine, whn'.tlhe' Act 13, Vie. 24, would be put in force.. 'In sanswer to Mir. Piddihgtoh, the satime Minister said's' report hiad bean ?receivedl. from the Coma missidner of Railways ns t tthe desird.ibility or oth...

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CATHOLIC PASTORAL ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 April 1860

CATHOLIC PASTORAL ADDRESS: THi following address has been issued by Archbishop Polding to the Catholics of Maitland and the neighboring districts. The Archbishop accompanied by the Vicar.-General, lcft Sydney for Maitland by last night's steamer. " Dearly Beloved,-We have heard, with great pain, of the recent disturbance in Maitland caused by the outrageous insult offered to our Church by a speaker at a late public meeting. We do not wonder at your feelings of anger, for we know well, though perhaps the world does not know, that Catholics feel more acutely an insult to their faith and Church than an attack upon themselves personally. It is the result of a true living faith. But, dearly beloved, we would fain have seen all of you choose the nobler part, and so shame your assailant by enduring your wrong in silence. In truth you little know to what extent ignorance of the Catholic doctrine and practice prevails amongst even educated men who are not Catholics; and, if you could see int...

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THE CHINESE DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 April 1860

THE CHINESE DIOEiCULTY.;. "; Tho. ,Stis says " e l.have reason io believe that thieGovernment taretin possession of recent intelligence from Pekin :by vay of,. St Peters burg, to the effect tliat the Emperor of: China is disposed to .make a .very reasonable' concession for the purpose of 'ovorting flirtlier h'ostilities; and iiat if: these .paocifio 'ispositions' are met in honorable spirit: by England, all: Irther contest may be :avoided;: There'is, teherefore, reason to hlope that a Goaierinment containiing Lord Jolhu Russell, ;.Mr.,; Gladstone,' and;d Mr. Milner Gibson will be ,able,'as .ithey.must be most anx ious, to bring to ;a termination a state of things perilous.t'Ohiiia,'apd,.at the sanme time, produc tive dnly of expense and dishonor to England.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) PORT OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 April 1860

SSHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. I (A BRIDGED - ROM TUR iORALD AND EMPIREi ) PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRInALS-April 13. Derigo, ship, 1152,tons Coptnin .rown, from Liverpool, 27th December. Pnassengeoris- -445 Government immigrants.. .G.A. Loid and Co., agents. April 14., Hoonter (a.), 264: tonus, Ciptnin Sul livan, from the Clyde River, 13th iaitant. P?assengers Mri.- Robhiison, Mr. and Mrs. Smith; Mlessrs Chandler, 1,oheelan,-Larmer, ig..ins, and 27 in the steerage. E. Mnohiig, agent. April 15. Beonres P. and 0. Co's o. s., 1400 tons, Captain Burne, from Suez 28th Febrnry,;Aden the 6th Mnreh, lMauritius 18th '3orel,, Kannvrno;?1slnnd 12th, nod Melbourne anthisainLt Icanseogers-From .Marseilles :. Mr. J. A. Bly th. Fro S?ithimpt{o- Dr., Seenmn. Firom King Oeorie's Sound :1? r Drt!,. From Melbourne :Mr. I>ao,. Mr. Sye,?Mr. aid ir-s. Pearson.. H. Moore, agent. ASosRnns INw.?nos.-April 13. War~lock and Pros pector from BellambLi, with 13s5 tons coals.r Janet, from ShoaUllave,, Nora Creina (e?), fro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 April 1860

NOTICE.. ";TO ADVERTISERS. W E beg to inform our advertising friends, that oi. we intend in-future-to render our . 'ADVE1ITISING ACCOUNTS MONTHLYT anid that advertisements from non-subscribers,.must in all cansos be paid for when brought to the office. This arranigemenst has become ziecessary, to denable the' roprietors to meet the large outlay incuisrred in bringing out the paper, and it is. hoped that their supporters willso far aid the proprietors in their undertaking. The `Examiner may be had at Mr. Dixon's, Central Store, Kinma. . . - S>.'. 1 • 1 . :. ,' r: . , ." ., Illawarra Steam Navigation Company. TIME TABLE. D ETWEEN .SYDNEY and KIMA. L.) From SYDNEY everye t at i o clock, Saturday and Sunday excepted" ' ` ;,' r "From KIAMA every Monday, Thursday, and dFridoy, st 11 a.m., and' every Tueeday and Thuns BETWEEN SYDNEY end' SHELLHARBOR.i From SYDNEY every"Wednesday. at 111p.m. From SHELLHARBOR every' Thursday at 1 pm* Sydney, 13th Maroh, 1860. - - .The Company has been ind...

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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 April 1860

DIARtY. Days of the Week. SDay of Month W Sunrise Sunset M en's | Wi)Y.N SDAY'.. April]8 6113 21 I ) 9 201 PIHUR1SDAY ... 19 8 o S 8 I )27 FR1DAY ......... ,, 1 31 5 27 28 STHE EXAMINER. PUITLISITED EVERY WVEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 18 April 1860

C' COMIERGLIAL INTELLIGENCE: ' ToE S. ill. Herald of Saturday last reports -s under 'Uale?asot.herwisoeexprssetl, tihe oprices quoted in this; searticle aore those in trnmsloions between the producer: . l-ad the first purchaser: ::. . Wheat anid 'Flour.-No :alteration .,haso .taken place ,durlnig theo week,'but as tlio.stocks are low, .,with only iinmortatioos to sapply them,.an as rly rise :seemsoto be inevitable. Scarcely any souand wheat arrives from ours' fa ir--, idll thliou'l quoted at So Cd to -s, it is quite. -nosiiiiil].. Flour, 22- fbr fine, and £20 for second qoality .per.ton of 2000 lbs. :Bran s od per -bushel. A.Bread- --d per 2-lb. loaf. : 1-;.Biscuit.-Mr..'Wilkie quotes cabiinhisodit at 28s per i00 lbs.: navy biseit, 2os per 100 lbs. Mr Hamilton -abhins 2Os; novy 20s per o100 lbs. 'Butchers' Meit.--Beef 1id to Slid, mutton 3d to dd, lurk 6d, veal -lid to Cd per. lb. Lamb' Cs to Gso d, per -quarter.. Poultry and Dairy Prodnee.-Fowls 2s .d to as, ducks as to 4s, gecse 7...

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A NEW COMMISSION OF THE PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 April 1860

A NEW COMMISSION OF' THE PEACE.-A new Commission is positively promised. When it comes we hope this one thing at least-that it will be less replenished with numbers than with honesty and capacity. It is impossible to be lieve that New South Wales can really need eight hundred magistrates. Such a number has not been the result of necessity, but of indulgence. Let the pruning be complete, and thus let the in grafting be indubitably good. It will be better to have four hundred really good magistrates than elght hundred, of whom two-thirds, or even one third, can only sit to do mischief. We have no hope, dhowever, that this Ministry, or any other, will make up.a perfectly sitisfictory'sommission. If they had the will, and were perfectly free from political pressure, though they know more of the colony than any other Ministry that has yet been in power, they have not sufficient local knowledge of every locality to choose the best men. The only way out of the difficulty is to restore thei...

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THE REV. W. M'INTYRES LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 April 1860

. THE REV. WV. M'INTSRE'S LEOTURiE.: '::. . T'nIL rAITI.?'. aReI ITA i Cun.] ON ?'Thursday morning the lecture w"vhich had been announced by adveitisomcnt'to be.delivered in tlihe Free Proshyteriani Church,. West' Maitland, by. the Rev .W.: M'Intyre wasl delivered by. that gentl:e mhi from a covered platform erected in the paddock adjoining the premises of Messrs. ':B. and J. Lee. So large a number of persons had assembled at the Free CChlirclibef"or the time ap pointed that an adjournment'to the spot where the public meeting of the previous day 'had been held was deemed advisable. The attendance, was. even more numerous then.at the meeting, aimounting probably to 1300 or' 1400 persons, including, .the special constables. Many ladies also were present. The chair was taken by Dr. Douglass. The pro ceedings were commenced, with prayer offered by the Rev. Mr. Mayne. The subject of the lecture was " The Heathenism of Popery proved.and illustrated." Before entering upon that subject the ...

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COLLISION BETWEEN THE EMEU AND WILLIAMS STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 April 1860

COLLISION BETWEEN TIHE .MEU AND WILLIAMS STEAMERS. (FRoM TOn EMPIRE.) As the P. and 0. Company's steamship Emeu was getting under way yesterday morning, about half past twelve o'clock, her head at the time being towards the North Shore, the HI. R. N. S. Com pany's steamer Willinams, from the Hunter River, in endeavoring to pass between the stern of the Emeu and Dawes' Point, ran into the Emeu, striking her on the starboard counter. Great consternation was caused by the accident. Torches were immediately lighted, and the damage examined as far as possible, and it not appearing serious, the Emeu proceeded down the harbor. After turning Bradley's Head, it was found that she had become unmanageable, and that the damage was greater than had been supposed, Captain Munro therefore anchored for the night. At daylight steam was got up, and she steamed to off Moore's Wharf, and afterwards to Waterview Bay. During the day a survey was. held by Mr. M'Arthur, the A.S.N. Co.'s engineer, the Gover...

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THE WAR WITH MOROCCO. " Malta, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 April 1860

THE WAR WITH MOROCCO.. " Malta, February 25. " The Moors have retired between Tetuan and .Tangiers, leavingonly 4000 poi;:and have sued for peace. - " Marshall O'Donnell sent; off immediately to Madrid, and the Spanish terms hawv been sent'for the consideration of the Morocs. " The war is becoming very unpopular in the Spanish army, 20,000 troops having been already sacrificed."

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