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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 April 1860
ENtGLISH NEWS. Ture Melbourne Herald quotes later English news by way of Malta:; S" London, February 21. " Louis Napoleon has opened negociations with England to remove the obstacles to the construction of the Suez canal. " Mr. Disraeli's motion to consider the state of trade before the budget, was rejected on division by a majority of 68. " Consols, 941 to 1.
TO OUR ADVERTISING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 April 1860
TO OUR ADVERTISING r TIiIENDS. Advertiserr ar particularly requested to send in their favors thy the presrribil hour of 4 o'clock on the erenaog p rcedlog the day of publication. Wnnt of attention to this, occasionsa mor -tllay and Inconvenience tian they may imagine. TO CORRESPONDENTS. lt7s partlcularly requested that letters for the Eromx inr may be addrressed to tha Editor, only, (without mentioning any name) In ardor to prvent confusiaon. .,All acommunicatlons intended-for taooriton must be authenatli cated by thoa anmoodottdro oofthe rwrlter-not necessarily for publication, but aa a goarantee of good faith. 'We cannot undertake to return rejected communications. Adrerttriers ro' mrequeed to ho particular In marking thA oaumber of insertloans on ench.adlvertlement, otherwiso they will hr?nsearrted and charged for till countermanded. Orders for -withdrawal or alternations, must be sent to th-oflcn (in (owriting) ,bffore noon on tho day prior to publication. SATURSDAY, APRIL 21, ....
THE COAST ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 April 1860
THE COAST ROAD. "THTS Municipal 'Council have addressed along ,memorial to the MINISTER OF LANDS AND TWORKs, praying that the line of road from Appin .along , the .coast to Twofold Bay, be one of the great lines of road, made and kept in repair by .the Goverment. We gave a copy of that memo .ial in our last issue. The Government profess to keep in order, at' athe expense of the general revenue, of three -great lines of-road, viz., north, from Maitland, south,.through Goulburn to Albury, and west to :~stid-through Bathurst. The other roads of the colony they put in different classes, and give cer tain different sums per mile, according to their importance, .for their repair .and -maintenance. .The Great South Road, as the one through Goul burnrto"Albury and Melbourne is called, is under stood to supply.the demands of the population in the southern portions of the colony, ans wore the .country;in its physical condition adapted for easy acpess from the coast portions of the southern di...
ADELAIDE. Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 April 1860
A DELAIDE. Monday evening. Flour and wheat are quoted at a considerable shade lower. The Lady Bird (e.)j arrived at 2 p.m.; and the Havilah (s.) sailed at 5 p.m., full of passengers for the Snowy River. Great alarm was manifested on Saturday evening from a report that the woodwork in the Burra Burra mine had taken fire. Two men were suf. focated. By telegram received this evening, it appears the fire has been extinguished. i aWeather showery.
MELBOURNE. Monday night. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 April 1860
MELBOURNE. Monday night. The City of Hobart (s.), sails to.morrow with troops, for New Zealand... Thirty-two of the diggers who left here some time since for the Snowy River, have returned by way of Eden, by the London. They report that rain had set in, and that snow was daily expected. . Several of them say they shall return to the Snowy in the spring.
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 April 1860
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. [PROM OUR CQnntsPONDENTS.] -4-- GERRINGONG. Tu .Easter Meeting of the Church of England was called for last Wednesday, ,to audit the year's ac counts, elect churchwardens, &c., but there were only the retiring ones and the Rev. F. Ashwin present. Such neglect of duty is impolitic and un christian. How often do we hear clergymen blamed for their measures? yet when they, as in this in stance, invite the laity.to meet them *and discuss and arrange church affairs, the call-is not responded to. With reference to the schoolmaster, the most important public matter" spoken of, the reverend chairman stated his belief that the additional sum granted for education.last week would ,enable the Board to send down a master with salary. The last time he was in Sydney he had been promised that if the Board rcceived the grant Gerringong would be remembered. He bas,cvidentlybeen making every exertion to procure a master before now, but as the inhabitants would not guaran...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, APRIL 17. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 April 1860
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, APrIL. 17. The Speaker took the chair at half-three o'clock when, there rot being twenty members present, he ddclared the House adjourned until to-morrow (Wednesday) at three o'clock. * The following were the 'members present:--Mr. Arnold, Mr. Asher, Mr. Black, Mr. Byrnes, Mr. Cooper, Mr. Dickson, Mr. Flett Mr. Garrett, Mr. Hoskins, Mr. Jamison, Dr. Lang, Mr. Morris, Mr. Oxley, Mr.Parkes, Mr. Piddington, Mr. Plunkett, Mr. Weelkes, Mr. Wild, and Mr. Windeyer. WEDNESDAY. :The: Legislativeo Assembly: met yesterday at tvienty-five minutes past throe o'clock. ;,Mr.Plunkett complained of a statement in the Empire newspaper, that he and Mr. Piddington had objected to the removal of the troops to New Zea lapd., So far from doing so, no one more than he deired to afford the New Zealand colonists nassis itance. What he said was thait the officer commanding could not act without consultation with the respon. 'sR1ldMihigteii ,wvio ought to be "'prepared to ex plai...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) PORT OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 April 1860
SHIIPPING ,INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDOED VTRO TaUBHERALD A ZNDMPPIBE.)b PORT OF SYONEY. AausvALs.-April 18. Hunter (s), 264 tone, Captain Sullivan, from Clydoe River 16th instant. Passenlers Mrs. Smail, Messrs. Musgrave, Noble, and 33 In the steerage. Mimosa (.., 200 tons, Captain Fletcher, from Merimbula and Ulladalla 17th instant. Passengers Mr. and MEr. Birkenshaws, Messrs. Wren, Polack, Kirk wood, Clairmont, tee'buth, and 40 in the steerage. COASTErsTNWARDs -April 1. Concord, from Bellambi, with 63 tous -canls: Titania, from Bronlee, with sundries. April 18.-Rapid (a.), from Kiama and Wollongong, with sundries. 'CoASTERa OUTWARDS. - April 16. Souvenir and Prospector, for Bellambi. April 17.-Dove, for Noruya tiuer.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 April 1860
, .o NOTICE. ... TO. ADVERTISERS. 17T beg to iniformn our advertising friends, that .F intend in future to render our • -ADVERTISING ACCOUNTS MONTHLY, ndc that advertisements from non-subscribers, must 'in all cases be paid for when brought to the office. S This rrangement has become necessary, to enable the proprietors to meet the large outlay incurred in bringing out the paper, and it is hoped that their Ssupporters will so far aid the proprietors in their undertaking. The Examiner may be had at Mr. Dixon's, Central Store, Kinma. ANK OF. NEW SOUTH WALES. Paid-up capital . . .. £500,000 ---Reserved fund .. . .. 205,000 . This-Bank allows interest upon-deposits, if lodged for f. ed periods, at rates varying from 3 to.5 per cent. per annum, anid ellows the immediate transfer of such per tion of customers' balances as may not by them be im mediately required to a deposit account, at the above rates of interest. 'Dividends on shares in public companies, and interest on'debentures, coll...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 April 1860
DILARY. 1ays of thevWeek. Sunrdsor unsunset SATURDAY ......... Ap'ril 31 2 -5 I N. ,SUNDAY ...... I 22 6 32 5 I4 I '1o0NDAY ....... " 14 633 528 2 "TUESDAY I 1......... 0 ,4 52 3 TIlE EXAMINER. STUDLISIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 April 1860
EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. The Condor arrived on the .12th instant, with 180 passengers for the Snowy River.?liggings, makling atotal of upward of 500 people within the last fortnight, from South Australia. Fhe passengers by the Condor pro sented Captain Burbe with an address, speaking in very lattering termsof the manner in which they were treated on the passage. The Success. loaded with diggers from Adelaide, sailed .same time as the Condor, but has not yet arrived. SThe great influx of shipping to Eden from the neigh "boring;colonies, with diggers for the Snowy, will, it is hoped, awaken the Government from their lethargy, and ,cause them at once to.place.upon the estimates a suffi cient sum for the completion of the Whanrf. The in ,creased traffio and'the importance of Eden as a .shipping .port, is surely entitled to the favorable consideration of .the Government, the present influx being merely a frac tional part of what may be expected to arrive in the ensuing spring, en route for Kna...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 April 1860
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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 April 1860
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. (mas•ness - oM TSZ nSZRAD ASSa SPnL.) LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1860. 'TEE President took his seat at half-past four o'clock' yesterday. -Several notices of motion were given for the next sitting day. ,Mr. Dans Thompson brought forward his motion for the adoption of thes report of the Standing Orders Committee in reference: to protests agacinst aniy bill-and the report was adopted without debate. :The House, in comemittee of the whole, adopted the iiroposed order, which provided that on any protest bhine made the .President shall forthwith transmit a copy of the same to the .Governor-Gene rial;'and this order was directed to be presented bfy the President to the Governor-General, for his approval.. Mr. Johnion withdrew the motion Ftunding in his niime for this day. realtrictine the introduction of new measures to this Hourse for the present; sea sion totlhe 25th April, at the latest; and gave notice of another motion fixing -the day a week...
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 April 1860
MISCELLANEO US EXTRACTS. WuITWOltrIe's IRIFLED CANNON.--TIE Ant STRONo Guas OUTDONE.-The experiments with Mr. Whitworth's rifled cannon were continued on Thursday on the Southport coast. The practice with the 3-pounder.at long rango gave results most astonishing. Six elhots wore fired at an elevation of 35 degrees. When it.is re membered that this gun weighs only 208 lbs., and that Trot only a range of above 5- miles was attained,-greater than has been recorded of any gun ever made,-but that good practice was made at that enormous distance, the epithet " astounding" as applied to the results is fully justified.-Times, 18th February. A motion for the withdrawal of the Iaynooth grant has been'lost, on a division, by 186 to 128. TIE 'IN.R•ASED ' NEWPAPER. PqSTAGE TO AUSTRALTA.-Tho removal of the extra penny postage on newspapers to Australia via South ampton has been accomplished. On the 7th I'ebruary Lord Alfred Chlurhill, M.P., and Mr. Childers, M.P., had an interview with Mr. Laing,...
WOLLONGONG DISTRICT COURT. THURSDAY, 19TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 21 April 1860
WOLLONGONG DISTRICT COURT. (FROM THiE ILLAWARRA MERCUBT.) ; . TURsorA, 19T APRIL. BaFoRs his Honor Henry Cary,Esq. '. E. WALDRON V. CORNELIUS WnOLOiAN. Tois was an aotion for the recovery of the amount of a promissory note, alleged to be drawn by defendant and Dennis Shiel, of Dapto, for £15 16s., received by plaintiffin payment for a horse sold,,tho'property of John Crawford, hut which was subsequently dishonored, after Crawford had received £8 from Waldron. M; Ir. Cary, instructed by Mr. Owen, for the plaintiff. befendant was undefended, and denied owing the money.. John Crawforddopoeed'that the,note was drawn by Shiel and Wholohan in his favor. He received it in a letter. Waldron sold the horse to Shiel for £14 10s. Had received £8 from Waldron, for which he gave a receipt on the baeck. His Honor here pointed out that there was no endorse nent on the back of the note; there was only a receipt .of Crawford's; whilst plaintiff sued as endorseeHe must be non-suited. ,His Honor told ...