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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1860. KIAMA DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 April 1860
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1860. S'IA:MA DISTRICT COURT. ;Tzs ...quarterly sitting of the Kiama District Court commenced on" Mliilldy, 'the 23rd instant, before his honor Judge Cary. On'calling over the jury panel, only four of the jurors answered to their names, and the follow 'ing gentlemen were fined £5 each for non-attend ance :- Robert Bryen, George Atkinson, Wil .liam Berry, Thomas Armstrong, and James Armstrong. At subsequent periods of the day, most of .these parties appeared, and explained the reason of their absence, upon which the fines were remitted. The first case called was HI.sMILTON V. ADAMS. Slander. 'Damages laid at £200. 'Mr. Cary and Mr. Waring for plaintiff ; Mr. 'Forbes aind Mr. Richards for defendant. Mr. Cary objected to there being only five jurymen present; some of whom lihe should ob ject to, in this case ; some bystanders were then called on by the Judge, anti the -following jury was struck to try the cause-:- Thomas T. Fuller,i -foreman, William Burless, David...
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 April 1860
PAItLIAMEINTAILY INTELLIGENCE. (aareos?sD RLM THE eAL??iUaD a ril.) . LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 'rue Legislative Assembly met on Thursday, at half-plnst three o'clock. Mr. Morrisa broughtoup.: the. report of the con-. mittee on the Moreton BaynLand'nnd Emigration Company's Act. Mr. Wild brdught up the report of the committee . on the coas.of C. F..Gorton.. : The- Speaker ..laid on the table his.warrant apf point.iig Mr. Boster and Mr.; Garrett menibers or the Elecetiona Committee. .- - In answer to l?_rP. lIinkett;.tho Colonial Treasuid sanid.theri was ia niinite of thelExecutiv Council:' in 'refereice ti th'erecent .inlquiry :e'fcilin" thi Collector of Customs, a copy. of. which shouldbeid - Iiid on the table.on Tu'esyda neht :-' " ý -:; In: answer to Mr. :Saniul, thb Seoret?ry 'for: Public Woirks said an essiminateo.wold he submitted: foro deoedrising: appiratvisi.'id.,for' dre i??-l ,n:ma ihineiiie tcounteract t~io enfct f .tho.,discharge of" the sewers inito the hlirbor. ,::. . Other...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 April 1860
Adrortising.-Pour dines arni indvra d 2'a:: Y6ý. >'O Six Eight 7 + _ ý~ . );port' ndllitionn}ýlitq,:.,ga"-.: Y-,9,a3, . } Suaooription-x r ·quni tarte;in adnno9 c ,8 8 t ho, enid o' Cio uanrfa. 9, 1 . ' I ý alr~la copies,',eoh,.,ll Tiid qdurtbrsa ohd'o q'tdniox SepbL bif DeeoNber, and Mfarch, r 4e dctiveI·"' ' ;, . _( )c!Aerr4. :-Prrn ed .dp , . W &f Ia..i, a:ate. Stih t n ho rI~ bhnerc OtnchnL'ýainent~f 19o, Sa~lhaven.Ketect, Kiama, prteemid, .wcdnetdaº, Apcli ,.6O
ABSTRACT ON SALES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 April 1860
ABSTIRACT (13 SAlES BY AUCTION. MR. W. -IRVINO.-To-morrow, at I o'clook," at til 8team Pakeet tIun, Itflna, freehold property. Ou Friday, :7thi April, at Jimbeso. at .2 o'elock. clholce helifera. At 1 .o'clock, at Jamberoo. dairy stock. Thl.,day, at k o'clock, at amhearoo. dairy Mock. hIR. O. K. WALI)tON.-To-morrow, at theSteam.'acket Inn," hi0-acre freehold. At the some plaee,.primo yopoa..tock. DIR. F. f. C)LE'--To-morrow, at the Steam Packet Inuo K?ima, prime fat bullock and ai llai hIor?cs.
MELBOURNE. Thursday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 April 1860
S MELBOURNE. Thursday,7 p.m. The carigoof wheat,'ex Edi?ard and Eliza,' was. sold for 7s. Gd. cash. No changs lin markets. - .Sugars withdrawn in consequence. of. salo:to.. morrow. The-Victoria sailed for Hobart Town to take on the troops to Tairanali. Friany, 7 p.m. Wairies, who wasR put upon his trial for the murder of Mr. and Mrs. Hunt, at Carleton, .near Portland, ois been" found guilty. A, point is re served for the prisonerof want of evidence of'death of the Hunts. Nearly all the bones ot; the male skeleton.werefouud in the Creok.. The escorts have brought 39,840 ozs.
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 April 1860
COULOMI4L E27'RACTS. n. F..UCETT DEAD BrEAT.-a A te Circuit Court held in, Maitland,. in ' -case of trespass, Mr..Faucett (wVlio: appeared for the plaintiff) in. cross-eanminiing a witness fur , the defence;(.who was a witclhmnaker), after trying in vain to shake his evidence, as a last- resource, wiAheol to make it appear: that the.evidelice 'df' the witness (vlho was a material one) was not to-be taken on the score" of irespdctbility, :wheti? thll;. following dialogii -o ensued :--Mr.;: Faucett,: ,:How: long h'iavoou '?i N'iin the colony ? Witness: Thirty jyears next?;July. :Mr. -Faucett: And iow old, are you, pray ? . itness: Thilty "''3i0i'sekt July. ,::Mr. Faucett :Then you are a native, ? Witness: Yoes, 'Mr Fauict: iicottd:: y you: say' so? 'WItine? :,Be]caue you did not ashkt . s You -aked me how ong 1t iad lheus in the colony, and I..told you. Mr. Fuceett: 'How long..haver;you been in iNaitland?,_i.Wit ness: Two years. and a':liilf. Mir. Faucett: Whereo wre you-before you ca...
SOUTHERN COAST HARBORS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 April 1860
SOUTcRtt COAST I.cnn?lsr.--ln the irtsembly on Thursdey lat, the followiug mnunt. erre votled forh Inth mpm...ont of the -hnrbor, on tLhe southern ceosts,. vt.:-WYollongong, £-tI,00 " Kilmn. lltlo : reemoving obitrerttlolls ln ,loruy iiver, £l0te: Whnrarat Ecen. £l,(10 l; Improvement otf? vl. gletin of Croen'ttnvn. £I,000 Tie uetns grllted for KImtn alnd Wollongong. amtt.oeset deln hy the Forster ministry ntel. nre Indepedtlrlt f tlhe further eaounts promisedrby Ir. Iteo. rLrtoll, ?rhioh will be broulht foracerd on the supplementayl esthn.mate for Itho. Toooa.,Itr.ntae.-For.ontL .of Fpec, we are compelled to, lenvt, overonr le;ldng artlcle,and other mntter? to make room for the dlsttlet court trtals, parliaoment:ary intelllgence, and ad-' vertiLoeoe?ut.. , * ,
THE LATE AWFUL CATASTROPHE IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 April 1860
THE LATE. Pl TA T4 OPHE IN R ' e o'EFel omNew Y~ rk papers .by :ast -maiwi the follovwig. particulars and.incidents cqinected with theo' late terrible cataistrophe at Lawrence, Miassaohusots, on the 10th January lasti: TIHE SCENE OF TIHE CATASTROPIIE. 'The Pemberten. mill, wlhere the accident oc curred, is situated on the right side of Canal. street, near the lower end, on .the opposite side -of the anal. It was five stories, 280 feetlosig li*" O feet wside with an I 45 feet square on lhe westrsidi; It ran 2700 spindles, and 960 .qperative4 wro employed. It was not very ithoroughly codistructed, according 'to. the state ments of builders, architects, and others, who itljtf they hid.. no confidence in the dura lility of,th_ structure. .ol tall polumn.on the south side, and a simi lar opposite tand-near the efiifal, with a small pbr'tioticofoile end of the builditig, alone were ? andisng- a:dd 'trcmbliiil ':s if about to fall. Enigines'?ere about the ruils; .tl rowing water. intothb e...
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 April 1860
.DISVRIUCI' IN'TELLIGENCE. -SHOALIIAVEN.. T'ri Flood "Relief Cemniittee met , en Monday last in.the Nowra court-house, an, after :carefully investigating every application, granted seed whleat to sufferers by the late flood to the amount of one tliousand ono.hundred and .soventeen and a half; bnushdls. Nothing could be fairer or more 'impartial then the conduct of the -Committee. :Tl'hy.. have invited tenders for soeed potatoes, and are.to menet nguiinonthe'30thtistunt, " 'Thse Mayor has directed notice to be issued to the Local "Relief Committo.-,to .meet -nt Nowra tn Saturday, the 28th instant,ctodtl y down .a plan of. distribution of thelfunds placeds at "the - disponal of the COsmmittee. aIt is hoped there .will be a full at tendanceo onthel-ccasion. . The. Municipal Council- stands adjourned to the 28th'instant, when it will sit asa 'coutt ofappieal to: hearany which may be made against the assess.. ment. This does not in any way interfere v. ith the ,iglht of appeIl to tlheBan...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) PORT OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 April 1860
.?!.r.o_.? i ?_j__u . M te' Au frs:)- x-. S, . " .: -PORT:O]RS'iDl?Y. . " , AlrAtt.4 A.ril 1Pl.-Hunter (s), 264 tons; Captahtf. •Sulliyn, from tlyde River tPlstinstant. *Passengers 'Mr. nai Mr.. Bourcicault and family, Mr. Adams, 14 in the steerage, 1 constable, and 3 prisoners. .DrAaroe.--April 16. Star of Pence, 1114 tons, Captain Jamison, for London, Passengers-Mr. W. T. C'ape, Misses Cape (2), Masters Cape (2), Mr. and Mrs. Young, Misses Young (3), Masters Young (8), Mrs. Osborne, 31is,Osborne, Masters Osborne (4). Colstuan Ixwaraos.-April 19. Nightingale, from Bellambi, with 50 tons coal. April 20. Rapid (s),from iatnma and Shellharber, aithoundries. C,.Astsota OO?CWan.-April 19. Concord. for Bel lInibi. .20. So?venir, for Bellnmbi : Jeannie Deans, for M'ornva`lRier. 21. Janet, for Shoalhaven : Nightingale, for YWollongeng ; Titania, for Moruya River.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 April 1860
* 'i ,l''.t:' - " . NO TICE. .TO ADVERTISERS. 1 Ij7f'E'BegO to inform odni siivertilidg.frieide, that S; 'ie intead in future to rendrr nour ' ADVERTISING ACCOUNTS MONTHLY, Sand that' advertisemepits from non-subscribers, must tin'all ?ise's lie pid for when broughtl to the office. Th'iiharrihgeminnt his becimome necessary, to eonable ihep:ljroprietors to meet the large outlhy incurred in bringi blout the paper, and. it. 'is hoped that their iflporterF' iwill so" far aid tlim proprietors in their Iundertakintg. " :'Theo '.xamnier ,may a be :had, at; Mr. Dixon's, Central.Stdre, Kiama;. : . " , , , 4 - -K' NE' W sSOU'rK .W.ALES. .. raide, p enital' ..",:"=:'' . . ,£50,000o . " I"^l*eseered fueidi "'';' . "" .'205,000 " This Baink allon's interest upon deposit, if lodged for filed per~idde'it'rat?i varying 'from 3 to a per cent. per iainitim' hnl alloS tlie immediate iransfer of auch paor "tidn"iofeiistomeis' lisilaicees's' ?nainot by them be im mediately required to a deposit accouit,...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 April 1860
. ,OMMERCIAL dINTE[ljIIOGEN E. "!POE S. A;. Herald of Saturday last reports as 'under-? (Unidsis therwiseexpressed, the prices quoted in this .articleareth'oe in transactions between the producer anid the lirst purehaser.] Flour.-Tho advanced.quotations of the .neighboring nmarlit -asnd the dependence of this market uponmif-i ;portations for its supply has expedited the advance anti .cipated'last week. The millers this morning quoted an * advanee of El per.ton. Fine flour £23; second quality, £21.per.tontof 2000 Ibs. Bran Is 3d per bushel. IBread -Gd per 2.lb. loaf. 'Biscuit.-=Ir Wilkio quotes cabin biscuit at 28s per '100 Ibs. ; navy biscuit, 20a per 100 lbs. 'Mr. Hamilton: :Cabin 28s; navy 90s per 10 O lbs. Butchers' Meat.--Beef ld to 2d, mutton 3d to 3)d, r pork Old to 6d. veal &d.psrilb. Lamb as Gd per quarter. Poultry and -Dairy Produce.-Fowls 2s ed to 2s 9d, .ldesks 3s to4s, geese 6s to 8s, turkeys 6s to 10s, pigeons Is Sd, wild ducks Is to 4e, teal Is til to-Os per co...
WEST MAITLAND. Friday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 25 April 1860
WEST MAITLAND. Friday, 6 p.m.. An inquest was held to-day on the body of a man named Henry Barton. He left Morpeth on Wed nesday, and was found dead in the bush about four o'clock in the afternoon. He passed Campbell's Hill toll-bar with one horse in the dray and another behind. The dray was left on the road ; the horses unharnessed, were found near Black Creek. the post mortem examination showed that he had been shot through the head by a pistol. The bullet which had entered the head was found on the other side of the skull near the temple. He was robbed &nbsp; of £20. The police are in hot pursuit, and have obtained traces of the murderer.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 April 1860
Terms: .I:·'.'d' Allcrtisiiig.-Fonr lines and under...'.7 9: 0j 1 Eigh. Every sdditionsl lzsee '..:..... .8,., Subacription-ler.qeurturr1u pddanco..a..... 18. At tho end of t so quarter 9r.n. 0.9ttu0. Sin le copiqo, each.. Th qul l dcrs iend on tle yast dy of Jaiono, Sptj ei~il D''c'ccnhi'i, nid March, Idhrclpeetis ol KC 5CýiA ¶ý 1Mnt ii uan pilbils~ted bsy tile k~~?ir nhi nv1isa ;:of Kiiw' at. the. Examiner OICacit orarlnringioeIro, Shoulbasvun.sete, Kisi, aferesolaid, OSturdov, AprilAhI. iSGO.
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 April 1860
cooNIrAL .TE rIIZ.CTS. A WizARD's Gii?kri?.- -A, corresipondent of the Argisa writing from Sani F-anicisco, 7th February, gives the following account: of Pro fessor Anderson and his doings in California:- "Professor Anderson arrived here in Decemlibr last, and performed a very successful engdge ment at Maguire's Opera House. For thrde weeks he entertained the public with his. mgi?o and legerdemain, and perfectly a;tonished thosu sands. Ile however, "slipped up" a little..on one occasion. He was in the habit of coming forward and addressing his audiences almost every night in some verbose dissertation on spiritualism, or some other nonsenso, aniid oil tis occasion, lie, probably .thinking that it Would please the San Franciscans if he were to ' ruin down" the Australians a. little, commenced in his usual grandiloquent style, and tortured his audience for the space of twenty mtnutes with his remarks, in the course of which lie acknow ledged that he had made 75,000 dollars in Aii trali...
KIAMA DISTRICT COURT. TUESDAY, 24TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 April 1860
,i .:r ,:.t:: "KIAMA' DISTRICT COURT. "i-r1 :`: / TUESDAY, 24'rU APRIL. "?ar. sittings of the Court were. resumed this mori. si?, at niine 'clobk. 'Thc:first case called ,was JCESP V." GOOIDSEI.L. - 'Tiis wns an action to recover £67 Os -10d, Shalance of account for goods sold and delivered, 'F-'r"p.irntiff,-Forbes, attorney, Richards. For de fendant, Cnry a.id Rogers. The following Jury .were sworn-David Berrie, John Campbell, Robert Armstrong, and James Armstrong. The defence was, that soveral of the goods hiad not been received, sandna set-off was filedi to-more timan-the amount of -.o:claim. .Plaintiff is a storekeeper at Shoalhaven, and had supplied defendant with goods, for several years past, receiving from him at various times farm pmiuece on-account, but a balance had not been struck morelthan onco during ,the whole period. 'The accounts hadin .consequence become very complicated, and the tfe Court was occupied from n'ine until one o'clock, investigating them, about that ti...
ELOPEMENT OF MRS. GURNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 April 1860
No cirunmstanca that;lies taken place in social; 'lifo for many years past, has created such a pain-, fiil sensation as the i,recent eolopemento!f oMrs. G-irney with her fiootmnn. The folloiiii?'parti ciulars of tlisi extaoirdinary case arc gatheired 'from late p rs p :. Mr. Henry John Gui ney, the husband of th lady, in .question, is the son of .oeoplih John Gurney, theo distinguished Quakler preachcr. andi :philanthropist,, well ' know. ,by. his :otensivo travels socme years ago, for the. purpose, of visit iiig the meitings off the' Society'- to ' which he beloniged; .TThe latter as nbrothierof the well known :banier, Pamuel t!irney ; his sister was the celebrated Elizabeth TSy, and his widowv is a native of Pennsylvania.: . ;The; family: name and character are thus familiar .totliouisinds 'in Europe,' America,i and, Australia, who will be interested:in ?hiearng soime "'articuhlrs of tihe doniestic desolation so tuistily dslpatceld iln the foreign sumninry T`, l fugitive wife was ...
KIAMA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 26. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 April 1860
-IKfAMA POLICE COUnRT. " TUBSDr, .'ApIlr,. 28. Berone Messrs R. I. Perrott, and James Robb, Justices" lonurico- 'pivly pleaded guilty to a clinrgeyprofcered hbylbistrictConstablo 'Hines, 6f bolungidruilk nid disor ilerly in the streets'df Kinma, :on the 10th inistant, and paid a fine of 5s and.2sf6d costs: .,Josophlus1 lhoi also pleaded guilty .to i charge milde by Mrs.. Elizbeth ,Wood, of using. obsconolJannguang on . public ronIl at Gerringong, on the 19th April. The Benbch renid Moon a lecture as tb his' future conduict, commelting strongly on tlhe indecency of the languinae used by him, and expressed a determination to re iress -uch behaviour by every means in their power. Ordered to pay a fine of £f, with 2so.d costs, or in default tlhree weeks'imprisoiment." Tho'eineowas paid. : :Thomas e'Block v.. Charles Ellision-Neglect of work. 'Thomas Black'ostatd : :livoe at Geriingsog. Defendant is inv hired' servant, unler a written agreement br twelve months which Ifprodnce. I'The ipe...