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THE SOCIAL EVIL.—EXTRAORDINARY MIDNIGHT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 April 1860

• MIDIVI?CFIT D lN TlzRT G. (FROsti ai.LU5 WEEKLY 1ESSEF.\Ft, 11TH FEBRUARY.) ONE of theo most extraordinary meetings for, years 1iast took place on Thursday morning '(or rather the proceedings were to have commenced it midnight on Wediesday) at 'the St. Jaies' Restaurnit, St. James':I ll, 69,l Regent-street; in connection with tle iiporarit quoestlio of the great social evil. .The meeting was nono other th..an one:of "fallen women,'? for the purpose of hearing prayer and addresses, and originated in this manner :iSome gcntlenioeaconnected with .the Counitry Towlis' lissiofis,: inglish Monthly 'ract Society, Female' ;Aidi, Society,, London Female Preivntive aneilRefoidrmatoryTistitution, the Trinity House, and other ilistitution?,.feeling anxious fori the welfare of thonmultihtule of falleo 'iraonion alto congregate every itghlit in thoe Iiy ?arliect ltbgent.-street; sud tie princeil?n?alasios uird cafes ini thel-neigilbrhond, re;oIlved, after iniature 'consideiaatoii, to' at.tcinpt...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 April 1860

COURT OF REQUESTS. BEFone .the same. William Bry?n v. St. M1'Augley.-For an overdue promissory note. Money paid to liegistrar. lefflerman v. Catlheriio Golingher.-Loss sustained by breach of agreement. It appeared from the evidence of the plaintiff that odefondant had been hired by his nent ii; Sinoey, as a general servant for six months. iFe hod paid her passage down to Shellharbor in thoe Ialpid, Is. Gd., and .'s for the hiring at the rogistry oflice. Defendant was brought to his place in a dray, and as soin as over sheo came she refuised to stay, saying that she hlui been hired for a gentlenmn's faniy. Slho never camo inside tho door, but wont to a nelghbor's plnco, and hired there. She had promised to pay him the amount of passage-money, but subsequently refused todo o. Io hlld ever told her.o go away, and hid naked her to r4ao inside, but shb had iefused. A lnd I.. whobad bhlght defendant to plointitPs house ga:o, similar evi' heo to the plaintiff's. Defendant,'s "tate ment was...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATER FROM NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 April 1860

S:ATER FROIM NEW ZEALAND. S1rtl jnthindn ssbf Captain Moodie, of the City af,$y?ney, we (S. lf. Herald) have news from Tlran?ki: "o the 17tlt instant. No further iglting hnt,takop..place up to that date, al .! augh anengagement vas hourly expected at .?lh,time the stoamer left. All the women and . ql;il4ren, apd almost all the men not engaged in thlepctal:-werfare, had left New Plymouth for Nelson; from three hundred to four hundred :tihying, embarked between the 31st of March and the .1 1th of Apiil. , Tho. following extracts from the Taranaki flersw.d, will bring up the account of events which have taken place to the time ot the City of Sdn.ey leaving New Plymouth: ;;i Weare concerned to add that the deserted hoeses of. four of our settlers of the IBell district werq pn Thursday night, 5th April, burnt by the .aatieys of the, neighborhood. .,The portion of the naval brigade that .has rendered nuchl important services in Taranaki, Gterminating with the assoalt and capture of the rp...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 April 1860

* AU1STRACT OF SALEB BY AUCTION. MR. W. XIIVINU.-Thll day, at one o'clock, atI'orter' Granlon, freellold property. MOO. 0. IC. -WALDRON.-On Monday, 30th, April, at Gorrin goug, shlip' boat.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 April 1860

,POSTPONEMENT WESLEYAN'CHAPEL3ANNIVERSARY .N cousequcncoo9 the, inclemenicyof th-e weathor, :'.it csdeemed "idvisable ,tpostpone thoAni ,r ry un iifihe following we oon thle same day;: .:..., ..Prime .?ut ?llool.s . t, . .VALDRONwil ell ;by auction, at ithie StehmsPaickeHotel' ;; ' -,' O T hURSDAY esNoxt: rdnt: i' . 15prim FAT BULLOCKS. : No reserves."ras J,°.,, ..;::." r-' !:;v .:a i . Term sa libotal :; :, , A Clearmg Lease 14? R6 IL LAM IRVIRLNG, is .inshruth'b fEr, i.L Gcore Rankin; tto` sll iby iauction0 at the Stei?mPacketltHotel; Cianma ia;..ps;=t Ia , ifrtl. OnTHURSDAI' 8rd3L1Y"' "miY uJT F:-i hi-c 'At 1-0 olookA ii..4f Ii. I t t'h jo;l;onsa.lmvg:l 'r:t.yesirto un frnomthoet l of last January 17 ydarsa frie, and 4'at i1 S; :thoi acro;l of30 adrer of.giodlaindssituate at .:,i ?,BroughtonC:reek abotiit'2.mile 'fromsthe H ts teianc werwhr f. ,Ton ares aroijcleared and '. laini,down;in;grass,:.;idd, acres felled., 'Thcro is on the landa srong wo?therbioard noil shiiglced 5 roomn...

Publication Title: Examiner
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A LITTLE EXCITEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 April 1860

A LITTLE EXCITE3IENT.-Our readers about Kiama know that under existing arrangements we have no steamer fdr Sydney on Wednesdays; and as the .District Court sittings terminated on Tues 'day night, the -Judge and professiorial gentleman who came with him wore rather uncomfortable at tho.ideacof having.to remain until.Thursday.' .The _Illawarra .was .in the hatbor,- having come to lay down. new moorings, and overtures were made to Captain Fletcher to induce him to take .up the party to Wollongong. His plans, however, would not permit him to:accede, and-the only remaining alternative was to stop the o.Kiamaon herway.up from Merimbula. A flag was accordingly' kept flying.at the.flugstaffl on the. point from the early morning of Wednesday, and the glass was in con stant requisition, inrr the endeaonvor to make out the " comining'' boat. Thus time wore on till past three o'clock, without hier " making an .appearance," nisd as the a wcther was most provokingly thick, it began tobe concluded...

Publication Title: Examiner
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) PORT OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 April 1860

SHIPPING INTFLTIGEtCvE. i(Aal DonOID o ToI RIIERALD A EiD MPR.II.2 PORT OF SYDNEY. . LSTs.n v RIDw.aSR.--April 24. Nowra, .from ;l-o lone? on g,( Concord, from Bellambi, vwith 23 tons ebol; Revenge?and Ben Boal, from Shoolhaven, with sindaios.. ? Oo. troansr' OnTwnans.--April 24. 'Warlock, for Bel ' am bi, r'

Publication Title: Examiner
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 April 1860

t NOTICE. ] T ADVERTISERS. W E beg to inform our advertising friends, that T we intend in future to tender our .., Ai1YERTISING ACCOUNTS MONTHLT, and that advertisemeints from non-sbuscribeis,~ mius l :i'ill'cade be:ppiid for wvhen biotight to tli office, This arrapgement phas become necessiry, to enable tle .rojpritoris to meet the large outlay incuirred in :ithiging out tlih apIer, anil it is hoped thiit their ;"*heitP6ters williso far aid thi proprietors in their undertaking. Tho Examiner may be had at Mr. Dixon's, ..Central Store, Kiama. Paid-up capital .. .. £500,000 •-- Ileterved fu'nd .. .. .. 205,000 Thi.siln1;nc lloows intrest. upon deposits, if lodged for ixed periods, at rates varying from 3 to 5 per cent. per annum, and allos the immediate transfer of such por tion of customers' balances as may not by themn be im. ,mediately' required to a deposit account, at the above iates'df interrest. Dividends on shlres in public comianies, and interest .o'adeboentures, collected fo...

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TO OUR ADVERTISING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 April 1860

TO OUR ADVERT!SI\('. FrIENDs. 'Al rteire are parlicularly requested to send to their favnrs aTtby the preserIhedbour Af4 o'clock on the LlneiAg proeeding the 'dia ofpndtieAAion. Wnt of attention n tothis, ocaAsions morr dt1.py and inconvnmieuie thanth Lhy may in bine. TO CORRESrONDENTS. tin paAIicAAraly requsteld that letter .lor the rrndemrr may. be lddrne.nt to the Editor. nonat, (,tllhout nmetlonlng any nomn) ln order to prevent onfiaitA. '.rllcomnmunlnntln inteludjiinr inserlion Itsat he utlhortt voted by the onnsn not addrss nof theo ltar-naot necsairily "+-lfor pugioohetlon, hbt as a Ruraootee of good nlith. We cannot cndortooho to return rrjertrd enojouuiootlnnL Aderrtisooo are requerted to ho panrlculhr to mahrking tho nuntojor ofttorriotlnon c nol, rthoooooo,,ot, otherwioe they will $A Itifta otod digtharootog tIlt tillnoon, tornandl. t Ordoro fot " gglgtorgolll or nlinrerlnooo, munt hr ngot to thoontlcn.(to trotting) tkfore noon on thoe day p~lor to publicltlon. 'SATURDAY,...

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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 April 1860

DIARY. MiILILIPA th\ . ( Dapri o8 I Sunr7 I 3nee 7 I 7 4 Month Acnff 8~ltel 3rnI *...... I Hny 3T 18 8 0 30 8 515 8 T4LkSI)AY ........1 Hay 1 0 I 81 10 TIlE EX AMIN ER. PUIRILSIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.

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THE OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 April 1860

TILE OP1'JINvG 'O I'PARLIAMENT,' Tll?second session of tlth;sixth Parliameint of Queen Vict iria was' oylpened onil Tuesdiayi tlie -2-tli'tJan:; ith ith'e sual coremiy.'" A' is' il waji the case 'lihn hi' r Maj~sty opensa' Palil inient in pcronil tllereiso i: large attendian? of peers, peeresses, and, othei distiguni.ed persons inside the' Houdse t of; Lords ?,hile :outside, crowds thronged 'thie 'tieet' thitrough? ihlich th'e royal. cortege was to pass, though th'iiath'er was .by'rio': nieians ,tlhat popularly 'known as Quneeins .weathei,". and!the roaidswere damp and muddy : Not on.opeoninng of Palifiimenit ;psses otiliout tle' chronicler.of eovents :lavilg to mark"isome changes in the accustomed; state :of things,'iand :the present occasion ;iproved no.excceptionito the isle. As thlo.ladies sat 'closerand closer to getlher, first sixa thtei sevoi then eiglit, and at last:nine upon a moderate bench,:;a great .light flashedupoin;all: beholdersi andothey .:saw :that theoreign .of;or...

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SYDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS.—MONDAY. ASSAULT ON DR. LANG. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 April 1860

.SYDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS.-lfosNDAY. , j. ASSAULT ON .. LAM . BEFoRL the Chairman.. - . :Malcolm Melville Macdonald pleaded guilty, to a clihrgo:of assaulting the Rov. Dr. Lang; M.L.A., on -the 13th March Inst; Mr..Icetod, who appeared for t:.he:defendont, hanied igto Codrt ain affidavit made by defendaiit; in which it i statled that the prose i,cutor must have been mistaken when in his deposi ti oi. lib.said ,that" lie was struck by the : defendant in the face and.head either, by a -.whip or with de fe'idaiit's" hand,, and that considering,the:pohited 'icd most uinnecessary.?iman?ier in Whiclh the prose ctitor .introduced' iot ohly the defendant but the de fiei'dtiit's: wife, ini tlio' Ietter that 'pieared" iri' the Empire, iiltliotighlithe defendant ought not'to have ,tiaken the law into 'his owvi hands, yet somo' pllian tioi sliould be madi for a husband smarting under htho ,ncalled :for- libel., against ..hile wvift, oughti to weigh ,with the Court .in its sentence on the deo fen...

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MELBOURNE. Saturday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 April 1860

' , eMELBOURN N ' Saturday pp. mr : - ,A strange and undignified' scene occurred in the Assombly lnst night. John Cathie;' member for Ballanrnt, during the recess,,described the majority of theoHouse as drunken lawyers, imitated their hicdups, and said thiit thd Speaker had frequently to call them to order. The matter was brought before tho' Holse, and Carthic, Who came out to the colony under the name of Eccles, stammered some very unsntisfactoryexpIlanations. . The House acquiesced in the suggestion to treat the matter with con tempt. In a long discussion on the railway contracts, the Chief Secretary acquiesced in a motion declaring a want of confidence in the contractor, and the no ce:oity for increased supervision. The works were described by Aomo honorable members as gigantic conspiracies, the contractors as great bribers, and the offllcials as agents in disguise. The debate was ad journed. A meeting of Gutheridgo's creditors was held yesterday-the statement showing that 20s. i...

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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 April 1860

GOULBURN: Tho' Escoir froiritiniidra; 'dit to-night}! ha snot arrived. .By tne anil Iloam tbiatMtho. oescort' htdnot: ar rived in Coni&mavhor it loft thoro.. No news frbiiithe Sn'oiiy&''

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SUPREME COURT.—MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 April 1860

SUPREME COUlPT.-MONDAY. BironE "th fulll Court. SIIAOPE V. EMERY. Tins was :a motion fora new trial, and Monda:. wooas the third dity of hceaing. :Tlide: otidn Wt, tried in November, 1858, before Sir Alfred Stephoi for obstructing a right of wiy and l: a verdict wA given for the plaintiff, damages £30. Mr. Martin appeared for the appellant, Mr. IsaaCn1 and Mr. Mancett supported the verdict. -?: The facts of the case were, that the plaintiffew' the lessuo of certain propoity at Kianma from the dUL. fondant. The dispute out of which the -atlo" arose, was as to a right of way from that propert to the Gerringong road. The property loa'sdd'tM' Sharpe was situated next the sea; that:of.Emer.. laid between it and the road in quottiai.'Tl??h' plaintiff olaimied to use the liho of' road .whioh .ha· 'e '=ordinarily traversed by the defendant at the tine? he'occupied the premises let to Sharpe. and .`'when the whole of the land was in his possession. :.The line of road passed through part of E...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 April 1860

: P:AiLIAMENTrAR 1YINTELLIGENGCr. ", . A5i.5(AuDnnrIDo FriOM r01 :Ti n LD ANDinlauris.)=, "r " ' " : LEGISLAM I'VE ASSEALBLY.: ?? : Tiel Legislative Asseinmbly'mnt oil Tuesday, rd April, at halt.past tlhree o'clock.; ,?,?,?,,; Mr.l iCharles ':Kemp was , :introduced: by ,Mr. Piddingtonr and Mr. Garrdtt, and took''hiasseat for Liverpool Plains. . 1 . 2.. SMr..Hoskins calledl, attetion, to the circm stance that one of the judges (Mr. Holroyd):in giving judginent oai theo'previols day; 'ii'a case 'of i.iolent'iTss'iult,"' tried 'before ?th1 Couirt" of Quarter Sessions, .hiad sanictioiesd "tlds rieort io Iyiicli law? Alludiig! to 'thlie person •assaulted, the judge said, if geintlemoiun woutld take lsue a course, thevy iiut e texpe to-receive a pur.ishmcuit. He (Mr. Hoskins) ,had travelled .a good;dleal oer the world, but .neither.in America nor.in .any other countryf had he ever Ihear.a jludge express such sentimenlts on the beiich. :Tiibe ,ion: mem ber concluded by oiiving the ladjourn...

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ULLADULLA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 April 1860

. '> "ULLADULLiA. There is :very litloi'sti'rriig of:'hte of eny, pslu tiuliir"moment. ' h!aive no'minriler li ori.'rapes 'to chronicle; ni'riots ieaded by iifuriated ihniaes, to partioulriso; 'butI' hii ?- a certaiil letrter in"the lilaiofrrd"'ilfer?,'y to comincidt 'uponiiwitti?i"by a G. U.'AlloX, l.d addres'ed'; to' the Ssoreiatiy .of 'PubliioWorken" "? it' is evidentenoaglir that G:,U. Alley .rishlse: to malte ' bhimiself" popilarr 'among' the iople of thii locality, and :I'. would.i'never object to 'aniy fiiali malking himself popiulir:by hdinest strciglitfoivnsrd means, but when-I'fiund'i min trying:'t 'gropd h'lis way by.falso atitemeilts rthcu'en corinsidler' it' a duty neculmbeontupon me to expose suech tinmanlyj pro ceedings. But perhaps Mr.' Alley ?'is .been'-led astray in this instaince by some perison whlio iwas anxibus to get him into a scraipoe:'_ " It-is b well-known fiat that the Goverhmimst did not build the' jetty,' bithei;inas it planned "b?? Government engine...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. SHOALHAVEN. Tuesday, April 24. POSTPONED COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS—NUMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 April 1860

DISTRICT, INTELLIGENCE. [ oioun OUR connoiospO eNTS.] fiiOA5i.llAVEN. TIiesdiay April 24.'" POSTPONEDCOIRT OF PETTY SESSIONS-NUSIBA. BEonti 'Kenncth M'Kcnzio, James Aldcor, Lin don Biddulph, and Jaieics Waddington, Esqs.. J.Ps. M,'Donald .v. Levingston.-For damaging tiimber by stripping- bark, the property of thos Messrs. Barrv. Defendant pleaded he .was a tenant of Mr. Berry,-.and claimed the privilege of stripping bark upon the land he rented for the necessary repairs of his premises. Case dismissed. James Lamond, the younger, v. Robert Lamond. -For an assault on their father, an old man, lately returned from the hospital, after undergoing the operation of having one of his legs amputated. This was a case of an unnatural and brutal nature of a son towards an afflicted old parent; and the Bench treated it as such by inflicting the heaviest penalty they could. Ho was fined £5 and costs, or to be committed to gaol for three calendar months. Fine paid, and bound over to keep the' peac...

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GUNDAGAI. Sunday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 April 1860

''. ' QUNDI)AGAI. , . / SSunday Evining.! A terrific thiindelistornm, accompanied jwit' tor. rents of rain, ,ppsscd ovor this town to-day.' '.., The rivers and ,creks aro rising rapidly. * * ,,,onday Evening,. News lias reachied'here to-day from thoe Snowy niiver up to StiRday morning.' Great numbers woro .thonlceavi n'g dailyj owing to tlio very wet weather. The creeks fn'iriav s wcre all up;'and the .roads in a foarfuilcondijon ',i Thoi sideling dn thb :. Big'Hill the LamaTumt Rivcri wias banic higlih ":*'' '.'*;,'

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. WEST MAITLAND Monday, 4 p.m. ELECTION FOR THE HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 April 1860

TELEGRAPIIC INTELLIGENCE. [ADIioDGED FrOM3 TiE IIERALD' AND 'EMPIRE.] "WEST MAITLAND :" D. , Moncayi4 p.m., ELECTION FOR TFHE HUNTER. "s. till Friday oveinlng no ncandidate; was spoken of foi th'e Huter. Oii Saturday forenoon:it was known that Mr. lsadore Bhake ,would standl. This morning posters were out aninouncing 'the fact; ,.and dofhis withdrawal fromithe Wollonmbi. ,,At ;twelve o'olbck to-da?y the noninnation took' place. Mr. Liiidsily, the Returning-oflicer, opened' the proceedingsi wlhen Mr. Blake was noniinated by -Mr... Joseph OCainmbers,: :and seconded "by - Dr. M'OCrtley. 'M'e Richard Jones wais nominated: by Mr. W. Curroey;'nd soecoandd by Mr. H. Stacki., :. Mr. Blake addressdd the electors-at considerable length; and, in answer to questions,:, saidlhewas a snpporter of the present' Ministry, and would. not refuse office, if asked.: Mr. Richard: Jones was withdrawn,,when Mr. Blake was declaied duly elected. Mr. Joseph Eckfdird is, therefore, now withobtu oiosition at tl...

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