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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 28 April 1860

MARRIED.       At Bundanon, Shoalhaven, on the 20th April, by the Rev. John H. Garven, A.M., James Thompson, Esq., J.P., of Burrier, son of the late Lieut. Thomson, of the Royal Marines, to Mary, second daughter of Kenneth Mackenzie, Esq , J.P., of Bundanon, second surviving son of the late M. McKenzie, Esq., of Ardross and Dun- donell, Rosshire, Scotland.

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Terms: [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

Tormil. d. ·~L Aidvertising -Four lisuc and under;,.. :, 9ra SbiltorPer ilnurtersuudntvuneu l;i;.'!j rC{ .·:·Siruilo eupia~~i, denh r;'O' 6d Thu qunrottso endnon thu6 Iust duy u f juu;;~,'Si~ptdiub~e r fl Deeuincr,' duid Ma~rch, re'spectively. r is1 ?'!' ~ ~KCAt.:-Pe~flt~cVb i ii pubilsldid..557tbc. p~asfrs. ;i;C Cn1Iyiuorefifylsuiie~a tbuLou~iiiiCC B!o fptfl~N.idi(SO 3r4 Bhddlthved'utrCdti; Stlnms, dfuncdelit; .o3:c.!5):;

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SACRILEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

SAoiiamta .-Riohard -Dixson, beadle'of'St?? Michael's Chitch," Che'ster-squard, waIadllacd'ad the .bar of the Westminster Police Cou~it'din Monday, charged 'witf"'robbing' the ipobr-box, uider, very peculiar cirdumstances. For alloing time past complaints have been made by the occupiers of.sittings and others attending St. Michael's Church of the losses sustained by thein in the sacred edifice. Not only have upwards'of sixty Church Services disappeared, but niimbier less cloaks, umbrellas, gloves, handkerchiefs,' pencil-cases,' scent-bottles, purses, and o"ther miscellaneous property belonging to the con gregation, have been stolen. Sir George Grey and Sir Richard Mayno's pews were broken" open to got possession of their banks; and; in' order to bring the offenders to justice,Sergeant'; Smith, of the detective police,'was intstrcted by,' Sir Richard to take the matter in hand.' Ser-: geant Smith said that, immediately after Divine service on Sunday morning, he concealed him self in ...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

AIUSCELLAN.BO US EXTRA QTS. AGES OF OUR GENERALs.-A Oerrespondent of the United Service Gazelttec, writing to that journal, says:--I send you the result of an idle hour or two, showing the ages. of the General Ofticors list, by the Army Listof December, 1859 (not including the King of tile Belgians and the Prince Consort):-5 generals of 90 years old and upwards, 7 of 85 and upwards, 34 of 80 arid upqw?irds, 06 of 75 and upwards, and 123 of 70 and l pwards--in the line. Tue EDINBUrIsa ANNUITY TAXVICTIMI. MIr. Brown, has been released from confinement in Calton Gadol, in consequence of the. payment of his share of the impost by his friends of the United Presbyterian Church. His release was preceded by a great publio meeting, rarely equalled in Edinburgh for numbers and enthu siasm, at whichl tleo:conduct of the Established clergy of the city of Edinburgh-" in opposing all the plans whiochl have ever been proposed for the abolition oa mitigation of the tax, and in permitting their agen...

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PARLIAMENTARY NEWS. SHOALHAVEN MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

PARLIAiTENTARY NEWS. SHOALHAVEN MUNICIPALITY. MR. DooKER, in pursuance of notice, rose to move," 1. That a select committee be appointed to enquire into and report upon the allegations contained in the petition of the Honorable Alex ander Berry, presented to this Council on the 21st day of September last, and into all circumstances connected with the formaton of the Shoallaven Municipality,-that the papers already laid upon the table of tl is House, in connection with this matter be referred to such committee,-and that such committee have power to send for persons and papers, and to sit during an adjournment of the Council. 2. That such committee consist of Mr. Alexander, Dr. Douglass, Mr. Merewether Mr. Mitchel, Mr. Prince, Mr. Deas Thompson, Mr. Want and the mover." In moving the adoption of this resolution, it would be necessary that he should briefly state the reasons which induced him to submit it. The allegations of the petition were, first, That a rural municipality had been ...

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TO OUR ADVERTISING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

TO OUR ADVERTISING RIIIENDS. kd.rttmerr are partioularly requested to send in their fovors b. the prlscribrd hourof o'clock on ti crcenlng proeerdnlg ths doy.yf pblleation. Want of attentlon to thli, occaooslo more delny and tconvenirnce than they moy Itrgino. . TI COIORESPONDENTS. I-t isp'toiully requesld tht letter for tie E?aminrr moy he addroresed to th. Editor, onl, (without montlonlno any aaro) tn order to prolrnt confualou. AU etommuicatlonl o ntenored for tnsertlon must be nuohentl A tod bl the name nd sddrra l oftho oriter--not ntecsarlly efor tublotun, bet ars a goraoctctgood fInltioh. We Eannot undertaka to retuer rejectl eoommuolcotlonc. Ai??tlseln are roqorstld to bo pnrtlcular In morknlg the nuobsr of Insstions on tnch adrortisement, otherrwtrb they will bs nserotd and hbarged for. till countermanded.. Ordrro for withdrawl orrainteootlor, muottjccent to the omle (In writting) lsfors noon gn tice day prior to pnrolitlon.to

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A LOOKING-GLASS FOR BUSINESS MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

A LOOKYtNG-GLASS FOR BUSINESS MEN. (lIv al A AeoMsE.) How cross you are ! Yes, how cross you are and it is high time you know it. You are cross in the morning, cross in the evening, and cross all day; cross when you go out, and cross when you come in; cross to your wife, and cross to your children, and cross to everybody; cross when you go to bed, and cross even in your sleep; and your friends wait in fear lost that infernal passion shall continue through life, and be " strong in death." Your character is known and read by all men. It leaks out or spills over continus11y, and there is no use in attesnpting to conceal the matter. Now we intend, in this diecoures, to touch only on one single develop ment of your disposition, vie., its relation to business, to your prosperity, and leave your minister to give you other necessary Gospel teoching. We will begin this ventilation by remarking: lst. Tihat cross men are usually d spisol. 2nd. That cross men nrealways in swant of friends. 3rd....

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1860. THE LATE FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

WEIDNESDAY, HAY 2, 1860.. ThE L.ATE pinDD . Seac the.date f our last isspe this and the sur rounding districdts, as. well as those more to the north,.,have been visited by heavy floods, which providchtially, however, do not in this instance ap pear to have been attended with much loss of life, or much damagse to property. The rain commenced with us on 'Phursday morning before day-light, with a very heavy tlhunderstorm, and from that time until Saturday night, came down in steady heavy showers, with but little intermission. The ground being still saturated with the last heavy fill, ab sorbed but a smnall portion of the falling water, and thel streams soon rose so as to put an end to all traflic on the roads. We heard it remarked by a gentleman who had been in this colony for several years, and had also been for aslength of time at sea, that he had never experienced such rain anywhere but in the tropics. The formation of the country hero prevented ns from any inconvenience beyond the ...

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IRON SHIPBUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

IRON SIIIPBUILDIING. Wa.LrrAn Fairbairn, Esq., C. E., F.R.S., read a pper on Monday evening, the 1l3th, at the Liverpool Polytechnic Society, on " The Strength'iif Iron Ships." The theatre of the Royal Institution was crowded with engineers, snerchants; and scientific men generally. Mr. Maxwell Scott occupied the chair, and on the platform were also Mr. William Brown and MIr. James Holma. ,Mr. Fairburn, on coming forward, was re soeix ' with warm applause. He said tile sub je~t:ofiiron .shipbuilding was one of deep im pdrtance to a large mercantile community like that of Liverpool, and he hoped hle should be endible&toshow them, from his own experience, htthaheie wero..some defects *in the present system ot;buildings ships of iron. It was now saeadrly ~thirby yea;rs ago since iron ship-building was first introduced, and he believed that he was one of the first, in conjunction with the IMessrs. Laird, to show the great superiority of iron ships over those constructedevon of t...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. [rROM OUR CORRIESPONDENTI. JAMBERiOO. A P.EMiARiARLE animal has been discovered this week bY a man of Mr. D. L. Wsugnh', a perfect lusus naturic of the reptile species. It is about two feet in length, and strange to say, is only the thickness of an ordinary knitting needle from the the head to the tail, with a head like a snake. It was found basking in the sun, end when touched moved away with all the motion of a snake. It evidently be longs to the snake kind, for its entire motions ex actly correspond with those of the snake. It has, I believe, been sent to the Sydney Museum, in a bottle of spirits. I sincerely hope there will be found no one on hoard the steamer who has such a fiiling for *" a drop of the cratur" that will induce him to tap tho bottle, like the sailor who was always in the habit of getting drankc at sea, and on being interrogated where he got the spirits, replied, " tap the admiral," who had died at sea, and was brought home in a cask of spi...

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THE RIGHTS O' MAN. (A SOUTHERN VERSION OF THEM, IN BLACK AND WHITE.) [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

- FE RIaiTS ' MAY. ý. (A -o aa riR Tn or , ilit `iiC AWD WBITn.) ,- ,(rIoi p cn.) XIN the Rights o' Man I du believe, with Washington and S3"effieraon ; But from them ondying patriots a pint or two I differ .. 'on -. . . 'In their noble declaration they oughter oet oat fuller, Thet black and white stands oppersite, in rights as well as color. They'd no peaky abolitionists, a batehii' rovolootions Tq upset our Southern chivalry'a domestio institootioiis; : Ifthey'd a' know'd such varmint as in Greely's Tribune figgers, They'd a' had two declarations-one for whites, and one * for niggers. T6 .pplv this'ere omission is what I da propose to, And this'ere 's the sum and substance, pretty muol, 'o what T fos tn; White rigts is all white likes to take; and as for blacks ,-(pm' hk o' them)--' Waal, I guess their rights, is jest what's left, when the whites has had their pick 4 them. 'Or, stoopin' to porticlars (though its what I kinder - scorn tn) cI onlado lnt chains and cowhides bhth whit...

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SHELLHARBOR. April 24. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

SHELLHARBIOR. April 24. Tue. Municipal Council met this day and held its third quarterly meeting. Present-the Chairman, Councillors l1'Gill, Russell, Graham, Martin, Wil son, and Collinsa-Councillor Reddall having made the necessary declaration, also took his sent Minutes of previous meeting were read and con. firmed. A letter was read from the Manager of the Com mercial Bank, Kiams, informing the Council that the required cash credit could not at present be opened. The Chairman informed the Council thab he had made application to the E. S. and A. Banking Com pany, but had not yet received an answer. The Clerk was directed to advertise that the store on the drift way wag to be let by tender. A letter was written to the hbn. thee Secretary for Public WVorks, requesting, that an authorisod surveyor might be sent to inspect the hlarborvwith a view of obtaining assistance is making immediate improve ment thereon. (Thig will not interfere with the peoples petition fur the same object, I ...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

PARLIAMIENTARY INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDGED R K Tr ll ERALD AnND5 5PIE5.) LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY. In the Council on Wednesday, the President announced that Mr. MIontetiore had resigned his seat. The Governor-General sent down a reply to the address of the Council on the subject of the appointment ef the Clerk and other officers of the Council. The Executive Council retains the making of the appointments, but the President is in all cases to be consulted, DISPATCIIES. The Colonial Secretary laid upon the table~ of the I-House dispatches on the subject of Tele graphic Communication, and a communication from the Registrar-General of New Zealand. Ordered to be printed. INDEMNITY BILL. The Colonial Secretary rose to move the se cond reading of the Indemnity Bill. Mr. Johnson inquired if it was the intention of the hen. member to press this bill upon the House before hIon. members were placed in pos session of the information sought for in a re turn ordered' to b'e laiid upon the table...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) PORT OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

(fme'nu nor Tsm niALD .Ai umha.) PORT OF SYDNEY. AllstsrviL--Apri 25. Kiama (a), 809 tone, Captol. Eeft,..froz"/'*4ol ' fily 24tliinstant . Paeseogern-:48" in the bteerage. Flamingo, Bremen bar1ue, 487 ton-, Captain Mieleguee, from London 2lat Ndvember. Pau oeaer--Dr. Biermunnm, Mr. Levino.. Lodley. Ireland, .red Co., agents. Aia, bm-qon, Sen9tom. Captain Barr, Iom Lonon n l4 January. Macintoib, ilirst,. nd Co., agents.''. CoAsrs'nu hianos.-April' 28, Mimosa (s), from Wollongong and Kiiam, with oundries; Rapid (s), from Vmfleongong and Kiama, with eundrier. Aprir'27.?Nanlm om m Breulen, with aundries; Dove, from MoirnyaRiyer, with sundries. Colssnas Onurwanzs.-April 26. Titania, for Mornyn River; Souvenir and Sacramento, for Bellambi. ~"" i " -;'` "------, - -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

NOTICE. TO AYIERTISERS; E.g ,beg to inform our advtrtislng friends, that - w,, e intend in future to render our. S::ADVERTISING ACCOUNTS MONTHLY, :anidthdI advertisements fiom non-siibscriberis, must S.., iiill :cddes be paid foir when biought to the office. SThis arrangement has becomh necessary, toenable the proprietord to meet the liarge otlay inchirred in bringingiout, the paper, and it is hbped that their * t osPerer will far aid the proprietors in their h-. he; 'Examiner may be had at Mr. Dixon's, e ntraStore, Kiama. BINX OF NEW'SOUTH WALES. IPeld-up A~pita? " ..6£500,000 ..... ,r eedfoand ..";. .-- 205,000 'bia Bank allws interest upon deposits, iflodged for £"sdp-iiods,''t rates 'aryiusg from S to 0 per cent. per abnben iaiil allow. the imediate' triansfer of Such por tlon of siustomera' balances as may not by them be iam midiatly' required to a deposit 'acount, at the abeor Srtes ofienterest. ,Dividends oh' shares in public companies, and interest en'ditdiittres, collected ...

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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

DIARY. Do.y .t ho ?Teek. Io . Dn. y O J I 5oo oL .I...NEO.AY . ,. oy J . . . ?1 .... I II THIURSDAY ...... 2. i 0841 I 12 12 Y1IDAY ..........AY .I 4 I ? . 0 01 13 -: THE EXAMINER. PUBILISIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

COMMERCIAL: INTELLIGENCE:. THn S. M1. Herald of Saturday last reports as -under *l.Unlessotherwis expressed. the prices quoted in this article are those in transactions between the producer and the first purchaser.] Wheat, 8s to sn 6d per bushel. Flour.--Quotation at the mills are the same as those *of last wee.k Fine,-£23, second quality £21, per ton of 2000 lbs." ' Bran ls3d per buishel.. Bread:--fd per2-lb. loaf. Wiiso i . euo e i cabin biseolt at 28s per :100 lbi.t. navy biscuit, 9C per. 100 bs. Mr. Hamilton: 4ahin 2as; nitv S'Oaer 100 lbs. Butchers' Me et.-- reef lId to 2d, mutton 3d to 3id, ;pork 5i- to .d. roal. d por lb. Lamb 5s 6d per quarter. Poultry 'and Dairy Produce.-Fowls 2 6id to 2s Sd, ,ducks 3s to4s, goese 6s to 8s, turkeya 6s sto lOs, pigeons Is di, wild ducks 3s to 4s, teal sa 6d to 2s per couple. Butter sl to Is 3d, cheese Gd to 7d, bacon and hams 8d to 9d, lard 6d to 7d per lb. Eggs la 6d to Is 3d per -,dozen. Vegotables.-Potatoes £7 to £10, onions £20 to £25 ,p...

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DEATH OF MARY ANN MOORES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

DEATH OF' MARY ANN MIOORES.--YCesterday a magisterial investigation was held before Mr. R. S. Ross, Captain M'Lcan, Mr. M. M. Cohen, and Captain Scott, at the instance of the Attor ney-General, who thought that some enquiry further than that by the city coroner (on the 9th instant) should be instituted into the cause of tiho death uf Maay Ann Msores, at the North Shore. The reason assigned for additional investigation being that antimony appeared to have been detected in the body of deceased; that the husband of decceased had been married before and teat his foamer wife displayed somewhat similar symptoms during her illness. On these grounds it was considered that the case was not free from suspicion, and that further enquiry would tend to satisfy the public mind. Dr. Alleyne and Dr. Ward (who attended upon deceased), Dr. Wrodcock (who made the post mortem examination), MIr. J. S. Norrie and Mr. C. Watt (who analysed matter voided.by de ceased), Mr. J. W. Guise (the chemist who dis ...

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NEW ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

NEW ENGLAND. A CORRESPONDENT, writing frons the Maoleay River, furnishes the following to the Armidale Express of Saturday last, in reference to what he calls * the poor blacks:" On Wednesday last, at Pedco Creek, on the Upper Macleay, Mr..Tohn Ducat sent two stook men up the creek to look for horses. On their arrival at its mouth they were met by some blacks, part of a mob engaged in cooking a bullock, who told them they should not go up the creek, and fired a musket at them. The men returned to their master at the station, which was in the neighborhood, and proceeded with him to the crossing-place at the mouth of the creek. Whilst they were in 'the sot of crossing five blacks came down abreast of esoh other, and fired four muskets at the party, the halls falling short, or doubtless some of the men would have been disabled. As the fall could only be crossed by swimming the horses, Mr. Ducat, fearing his mon might be taken at a.dis advantage, ordered them to return. The blacks chall...

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SUPREME COURT—THURSDAY. SITTINGS IN BANCO. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 2 May 1860

SUPRtEME COURT-TaunsDna. SITTINS IN BANCO. Bxrong.tlho full Court. EMERY V. HARDING. THE argument in this case, which had been commenced on Wednesday, was now resumed and concluded. It was a motion for new trial in an action upon two promissory notes for £52 7s 6d, and £30 respectively, wherein the de fendant had sicceeded. £40 had been paid into Court, and a sct-off for timber, &c., had been pleaded as to the residue of the plaintiffs claim. Besides contending that the verdict was against evidence, and that it involved an im peachmont of the character of the plaintiff and his wife (who were examined as witnesses) it was urged as a ground for a new trial that the jury were legally bound to allow interest at eight per cent., in which ease-even assuming the set-off to have been all anade out-there ought to have been a verdict for pliintiff for £1 9s 10d. Mr. Martin, Q.C., and Mr. Iascs, appeared in support of the motion, and Mr. Brosdhurst, Q.C., and Mr. Stephen, in support of...

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